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Kumho-shod cars fill the first three places

Should the Woodpecker Stages Rally ever be renamed, the Andy Burton Rally would seem the obvious moniker to choose, as last Saturday (September 3) the Herefordshire farmer won the event for an historic 10th time. Read More »

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pr_shel_wprep01Lancaster rally co-driver Shelley Rogerson enjoyed a good finish on last Saturday’s Woodpecker Stages rally when she took third place overall with Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth.

The Ludlow-based event kicked off with two forest stages to the east of the town. Burton and Rogerson stormed through the opening test setting quickest time but oil pressure problems in the second stage saw the car engine cut out losing the crew time and dropping them down the order to 12th. Read More »

pr_shel_quinprev01Lancaster based rally co-driver Shelley Rogerson is hoping for a change of luck on Saturday (4th July) when she contests the Quinton Stages rally with Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth.

Shelley has had her fair share of bad results in 2009 with three retirements in five events but with the car fixed again hopes are high for a good finish on the Quinton, the sixth round of the BTRDA championship. Read More »

pr_shel_dukerep01Lancaster’s Shelley Rogerson suffered another disappointing rally last weekend (13th June) when differential failure resulted in retirement from the Dukeries rally.

Shelley was co-driving for Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth and after retirement on the Plains rally and more car problems meaning that they failed to start the Severn Valley Stages hopes were high for a reliable run on the Southwell based event. Read More »

pr_shel_dukeprev01Lancaster’s Shelley Rogerson is hoping to put the problems suffered on the recent Plains rally behind her next weekend (13th June) when she contests the Dukeries rally with Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth.

Their last event ended in disappointment when the gearbox broke towards the end of the rally, losing them a potential victory. They had planned to contest the Severn Valley rally at the end of May but further car problems meant that the entry had to be withdrawn. Read More »

pr_shel_svallprev02Lancaster’s Shelley Rogerson is hoping to put the problems suffered on the recent Plains rally behind her next weekend (30th May) when she contests the Severn Valley National rally with Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth.

Their last event ended in disappointment when the gearbox broke towards the end of the rally, losing them a potential victory. The car has since been repaired and it contested last weekend’s Epynt hillclimb event with Burton’s son Josh at the wheel. Read More »

pr_shel_plainspost01Rally co-driver Shelley Rogerson, from Lancaster, suffered a disappointing Plains rally last Saturday (16th May) when problems with the gearbox of the Peugeot Cosworth she shared with Andrew Burton denied the chance of victory.

The rally, the fourth round of the BTRDA rally championship, started with a short stage around a woodyard near Welshpool. Burton and Rogerson were quickly on the pace, setting third fastest time behind the Subaru of Will Nicholls and the Ford Focus of Hugh Hunter. Read More »

pr_shel_plainsprev02Lancaster’s Shelley Rogerson resumes her BTRDA rally championship challenge next Saturday (16th May) when she will contest the Plains rally with Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth.

Shelley, 23, has a good record on the Welshpool-based event having finished second in 2007 with Burton and taking victory in 2005 with Geoff Jones in a Subaru Impreza. Hopes are high for another good result. Read More »

pr_shel_somrep01Lancaster’s Shelley Rogerson got her BTRDA rally championship bid back on track last weekend (25th April) after taking third place overall on the Somerset Stages rally.

Shelley was partnering Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth and after retiring on the previous championship round, the Malcolm Wilson rally, the aim was for a good finish in Somerset. Read More »

pr_shel_somprev01Rally co-driver Shelley Rogerson, 23, is hoping for better luck next Saturday (25th April) when she contests the Somerset Stages rally.

Shelley, from Lancaster, will once again partner Andrew Burton in his Peugeot Cosworth and she is aiming for a decent finish after suffering a disappointing retirement from last month’s Malcolm Wilson rally.

“The car had engine problems on the last event and we didn’t even make it through the first stage of the rally,” said Shelley. Read More »