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alanhealy15 (7)A wet and windswept Cadwell Park saw it’s 4th running of the Alan Healy Memorial stages and after a late engine failure in 2014 David & Alice Tinn (Satria Neo) made amends and took victory by a minute and eight seconds. They were fastest on 9 of the 10 stages only dropping off the top of time sheets on the final stage. That was due in no small part to the last stage charge of Andy Fenwick & John Vance (Focus WRC) who snatched 2nd from Michael Glendinning & Paul Hughes (Impreza) after a day long battle. Read More »

SONY DSCThe 3rd running of the Alan Healy Memorial Rally at Cadwell Park, saw the best and largest entry to date. 2013 winner Dave Turnbull was an early victim crashing has Impreza WRC on the way down through Coppice on stage 2. The inverted car caused a temporary stage stoppage, which saw the rally behind schedule for the rest of the day. John Stone & Carl Williamson (Fabia WRC) were holding the lead until a costly stall on stage 3 saw them slip back to 2nd overall. David & Alice Tinn (Satria 2500S) took the lead and were slowly being reeled in by Stone until the 8th stage when Tinn went faster, to stem the tide. Read More »

alanhealy13 (135)Another superb day in Lincolnshire once again as we took in the Alan Healy Memorial Stages, at the majestic Cadwell Park. The 2012 winners Roger Duckworth & Mark Broomfield (Impreza WRC) looked to be favourites with the only serious challenge coming from the late entry of Dave Turnbull & Matthew Whattam (Impreza WRC). It looked to be going the way of the 2 way battle until Duckworth retired on stage 3 leaving Turnbull clear to take an easy victory. In fairness to Duckworth once the car was fixed he continued with the rally which many other drivers would not have done. Read More »

SONY DSCOur first ever visit to the Lincolnshire circuit was a delight and it proved to be a close fought rally too. After two stages Roger Duckworth & Aled Davies led an Impreza WRC trio of Graham Coffey & John Vance by 1 second with David Turnbull & Matthew Whattam a further second back in third. After 4 stages the gaps had hardly grown but Turnbull had swapped places with Coffey. Turnbull then wrong slotted and got a maximum, eventually fighting back to ninth, with Coffey having a minor off of the 4th pair of stages to leave Duckworth clear to win by 13 seconds. Read More »