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Nicky Grist Stages (Quinton) - 9-10 Jul 16

Posted: October 20, 2016 10:09 AM - 3338 Hits

Round 5 - 2016 British Rally Championship (Sat & Sun)
Round 6 - 2016 BTRDA Rally Series (Sat)
Round 6 - 2016 Welsh Rally Championship (Sat)

Elfyn Evans/Craig Parry master the mixed conditions

Posted: October 20, 2016 10:09 AM

Elfyn Evans and co-driver Craig Parry are the winners of the Nicky Grist Stages this weekend (9/10 July) taking victory on round five of the seven round MSA British Rally Championship. The DMACK British Rally Team driver made it three wins from five and his second ‘home’ victory in Wales this season. Fellow Welshman Tom Cave equalled his season best with a fine second while Desi Henry completed the podium after a tough two-day encounter.

Based in Builth Wells, the Nicky Grist Stages is a unique event on the BRC calendar with the two days split into two surfaces. Biblical weather greeted the competitors on the opening day with crews slipping and sliding through 45 miles of forestry gravel stages before tackling the famous Tarmac on the Epynt Ranges on the second day. It wasn’t just the crews inside the car who were tested this weekend as the service teams had just two-and-a-half-hours on Saturday evening to convert the cars from mud-slinging monsters into Tarmac-hugging weapons.

Series leader Evans had a difficult start to the event, as the Ford Fiesta R5 driver was not to have it all his own way, with a spin on the opening stage and pop-off valve problems on the second. Undeterred by these early issues, the Welshman swiftly got back into his dominating stride, topping the time sheets on 12 of the event’s 15 stages to finish with a healthy 1 minute 11.4 second margin as the cars returned to Builth Wells for the Ceremonial Finish.

It was to be fellow countryman Cave in his Michelin-shod Ford Fiesta R5 who drew first blood, however, setting fastest time on the opening stage of the rally. Cave would lead the event until an inspired Evans snatched the advantage on the third stage. Thereafter Cave couldn’t live with Evans’ pace but showed his own improvement in speed by recording another second place and his third podium of the year ­– a result that has helped him to leap-frog Fredrik Ahlin into second place in the championship points standings with two rounds remaining on the calendar. Ahlin missed out on a points haul after retiring on the opening day.

Henry picked-up from where he left off in Scotland with another fine third position in his Skoda Fabia R5. The Northern Ireland driver started off cautiously but gathered pace as he flew through the gravel stages. It wasn’t to be plain sailing for the likeable Irishman, though, as he took a big cut on the opening day nearly sending the Skoda onto its roof. With the Fabia safely back on all four wheels, Desi pressed on – more so when the competition switched to his preferred sealed-surface. Eager to hold station, Henry chalked up a fastest time on stage 12, showing his asphalt form which, in turn, elevated him up the championship points table at the end of the mid Wales event.

Scottish star David Bogie in his Pirelli-backed Skoda Fabia R5 has had a disappointing run of bad luck with two retirements since his podium on the Circuit of Ireland. The Dumfries-based driver suffered turbo issues on the final day but was pleased to score points once again with fourth overall. Circuit of Ireland winner Josh Moffett moved through the order on the Epynt Ranges to place his Fiesta R5 in fifth while rounding out the top six in his Citroen DS3 R5 was Ulsterman Jonathan Greer who also claimed a fastest section time on the Nicky Grist Stages. Greer will be looking for a strong result when the series returns to Ireland for the penultimate round of Britain’s premier rallying series.

Young-gun Rhys Yates took one of his best performances to date in his striking Fiesta R5 with seventh while Jamie Anderson was sadly the biggest loser on the second and final day. Nestled in fourth at the overnight halt, the Englishman struggled with his limited Tarmac experience on the demanding, flowing stages – settling for eighth at the end of the multi-surface event. Ollie Mellors was the top S2000 runner in his Proton Satria while Thomas Preston rounds out the top ten in his Skoda Fabia R5.

In the DMACK Junior British Rally Championship, Vauxhall ADAM R2 driver Robert Duggan made it a hat-trick of victories this season. The Irishman drove a faultless event leading from start to finish, heading a Vauxhall Motorsport one-two as the cars returned to the Royal Welsh Showground. Teammate Mattias Adielsson struggled on his preferred gravel surface on the opening day, but woke up in inspired form with newfound Tarmac speed as he reeled in and overhauled Sindre Furuseth to take second. The Swede was playing his ‘Joker’ this weekend, thus doubling his points and putting him well into the title hunt.

Scotland winner Furuseth in his Renault Twingo R2 held a solid second overnight but his first event on Tarmac was to be his downfall as he slipped back into the final podium position. The Norwegian can take a lot of credit as he now has a day of asphalt experience under his belt as he heads into the final two Tarmac events. Local driver Meirion Evans (Ford Fiesta R2T) made it four fourth placed finishes in a row while Josh Cornwell rounded out the top five among the Juniors in his Fiesta R2.

Matt Edwards took the spoils in BRC2, the Welshman produced another stunning performance to get himself into the top 12 overall as well as the class win. The Mitsubishi Evo 9 driver now has an unassailable lead in the BRC2 category and will be crowned champion at the season finale.

BRC3 competitors Chris Wheeler and Yan Griffiths in their Citroen DS3 R3T were looking for another strong finish to consolidate their class lead before a heavy impact on Epynt forced them into retirement. The pair had to be extracted from the car and taken to hospital but no serious injuries where incurred.

In BRC4 Tony Simpson was another driver to take his third win of the season in his Kumho-supported Ford Fiesta ST. Marty Gallagher who was competing in his first event outside of Ireland had a commanding lead at the end of the first day before a retirement early Sunday morning put paid to his event. National Rally Cup winner Robert Blomberg made it back-to-back victories as championship leader Donnie Macdonald retired with head-gasket failure and with it went his place on the summit of the table.

The winner of the SORT Oil Spirit of the Rally Award on the Nicky Grist Stages was DMACK Junior BRC competitor Blair Brown. Every team was under pressure during the two-and-a-half-hour change over from gravel to Tarmac specification. Blair and his small team only had three people including himself and it would be a race-against-time for them to get his R2T Fiesta into Parc Ferme – a feat which they achieved with time to spare. Brown also won the award for assisting a spectator who got stuck on the road section. The Scottish driver jumped out of his own car to help get the grateful spectator off a rock and on his way again.

The next round of the BRC is the Ulster Rally on the 19/20 August.

Quotes from the Nicky Grist Stages:

Nicky Grist Stages First Overall – Elfyn Evans – Ford Fiesta R5
“We are happy with how the event went and it wasn’t easy as the conditions were very challenging. We had a spin on the first stage and from there we had to bring it together. When we got the lead, and when things were difficult, I had spare capacity to keep it calm.
“In rallying anything can happen and with double points on the Isle of Man finale, this will leave it open until the last round, so we have to keep on it, keep pushing and keep winning.”

Nicky Grist Stages Second Overall – Tom Cave – Ford Fiesta R5
"I am very pleased with second as it is good for the team and for the championship. Things have progressed even more this weekend, more than we had hoped. Our pace on both surfaces was encouraging especially on Tarmac on the second day. We knew it would be difficult to beat Elfyn this weekend but I have learnt a lot from chasing him and want to be even closer on the Ulster next time out. Second in the championship is good but we will keep working hard and keep making progress forward.”

Nicky GristStages Rally Third Overall – Desi Henry – Skoda Fabia R5
“This isn’t a bad a bad habit to have. We may have to quit the day job and do rallying full time! We are trying to make improvements every rally and we are getting closer to the guys in front, in this very competitive championship. We are really looking forward to the Ulster, it’s a great rally and very close to home and we want to move up a few steps on the podium.”

DMACK Junior BRC First Overall – Robert Duggan – Vauxhall ADAM R2
“The car was perfect today and the Vauxhall team did a superb job. We pushed hard on the first day to get a lead coming off the gravel and onto the Tarmac, where we just kept our head and kept pushing as Mattias [Adielsson] kept us honest all weekend. The speed on Tarmac wasn’t as good as I had hoped but I am delighted to have won the event. I am pumped to be leading the championship but anything can happen in the BRC. It’s not over until it’s over. Looking forward to some proper Irish Tarmac now!”

Results

Posted: October 20, 2016 10:01 AM

Nicky Grist 100 (BRC)

1. Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
2. Tom Cave (GBR)/James Morgan (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5  +1:11.4
3. Desi Henry (IRL)/Liam Moynihan (IRL) Skoda Fabia R5 +2:01.8
4. David Bogie (GBR)/ James O’Reilly (IRL) Skoda Fabia R5 +2:48.5
5. Josh Moffett (IRL)/John Rowan (IRL) Ford Fiesta R5  +3:05.9
6. Jonathan Greer (GBR)/Kirsty Riddick (GBR) Citroen DS3 R5 +3:08.0
7. Rhys Yates (GBR)/ Tom Woodburn (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5 +3:30.0
8. Jamie Anderson (GBR)/Ross Whittock (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5 +5:38.2
9. Ollie Mellors (GBR)/Ian Windress (GBR) Proton Satria S2000 +5:48.7 
10. Thomas Preston (GBR)/Jack Morton (GBR) Skoda Fabia R5 +5:58.7

MSA DMACK Junior British Rally Championship
1. Robert Duggan (IRL)/ Ger Conway (IRL) Vauxhall ADAM R2 
2. Mattias Adielsson (SWE)/ Andreas Johansson (SWE) Vauxhall ADAM R2 
3. Sindre Furuseth (NOR)/ Jim Hjerpe (SWE) Renault Twingo R2

Leaders
SS1-2 Tom Cave (GBR)/James Morgan (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS3-18 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5

Stage Winners
SS1 Tom Cave (GBR)/James Morgan (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS2 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS3 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS4 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS5 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS6 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS7 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS8 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS9 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS10 Jonathan Greer (GBR)/Kirsty Riddick (GBR) Citroen DS3 R5
SS11 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS12 Desi Henry (IRL)/Liam Moynihan (IRL) Skoda Fabia R5
SS13 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS14 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS15 Elfyn Evans (GBR)/Craig Parry (GBR) Ford Fiesta R5
SS16 Cancelled (Weather)
SS17 Cancelled (Weather)
SS18 Cancelled (Weather)

Seeded Entry List

Posted: July 5, 2016 4:46 AM

1 Elfyn Evans/Craig Parry (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
2 Fredrik Ahlin/Morten Erik Abrahamsen (Ford Fiesta R5 EVO) [BRC1]
3 David Bogie/Kevin Rae (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
4 Tom Cave/James Morgan (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
5 Euan Thorburn/Paul Beaton (Peugeot 208 T16) [B14]
6 Josh Moffett/John Rowan (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
7 Desi Henry/Liam Moynihan (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
8 Jonathan Greer/Kirsty Riddick (Citroen DS3 R5) [BRC1]
9 Jamie Anderson/Ross Whittock (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
10 Matt Edwards/Will Rogers (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [BRC2]
11 Julian Reynolds/Patrick Walsh (Ford Focus WRC) [B14]
12 Luke Francis/John H Roberts (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [B13]
14 Charles Payne/Carl Williamson (Ford Fiesta S2000 Turbo) [B14]
15 Stephen Petch/Michael Wilkinson (Ford Fiesta R5+) [B14]
16 Rhys Yates/Tom Woodburn (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
17 Ollie Mellors/Ian Windress (Proton Satria Neo S2000) [BRC1]
18 Thomas Preston/Jack Morton (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
19 Donnie MacDonald/Andrew Falconer (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [NatC6]
20 Damian Cole/Paul Morris (Ford Fiesta S2000) [BRC1]
21 Ian Joel/Graeme Wood (Ford Escort RS Cosworth) [B13]
22 Dylan Davies/Llion Williams (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
23 Alex Laffey/Andrew Roughead (Ford Fiesta R5 EVO) [BRC1]
24 Paul Benn/Richard Cooke (Ford Focus WR02) [B14]
25 Karl Simmons/Guy Simmons (Subaru Impreza S11 WRC) [B14]
26 Tomas Davies/Eurig Davies (FORD Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
27 Andy Davies/Max Freeman (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
28 Russ Thompson/Andy Murphy (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [B13]
29 Stephen Simpson/Mark Glennerster (Ford Fiesta S2000) [B14]
30 Sacha Kakad/James Aldridge (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [NR4]
31 Robert Blomberg/Lars Andersson (Mitsubishi Mirage R5) [NatC7]
32 Jamie Jukes/Dave Williams (Mitsubishi Mirage R5) [NatC7]
33 Sindre Furuseth/Jim Hjerpe (Renault Twingo R2) [BRCJ]
34 Gus Greensmith/Alessandro Gelsomino (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRCJ]
35 Robert Duggan/Ger Conway (Vauxhall Adam) [BRCJ]
36 Mattias Adielsson/Andreas Johansson (Vauxhall Adam) [BRCJ]
37 Richard Hill/David iwan Jones (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [B14]
38 Tom Evans/Sarah Edwards (Mitsibushi Lancer Evo 6) [B13]
39 Wug Utting/Bob Stokoe (Subaru Impreza N12b) [B14]
41 Martyn England/Dawn England (Ford Fiesta R5+) [B14]
42 Nev Jones/Chris Davies (Subaru Impreza WRC) [B14]
43 Graham Coffey/Aled Davies (Ford Fiesta WRC) [NatC7]
44 James Slaughter/James Whitaker (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
45 John Morrison/Peter Carstairs (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [NatC6]
46 Bob Morgan/Adie Williams (Skoda Fabia Evo vRS) [B13]
47 Brian Bell/Jamie Edwards (Ford Focus 07 WRC) [B14]
48 Boyd Kershaw/Bryan Hull (Ford Escort) [B11]
49 Phil Burton/Mal Capstick (Ford Escort) [B12]
50 Shane McGirr/Martin McGarrity (Toyota Starlet) [B12]
51 Gavin Edwards/Caron Tomlinson (Ford Escort MK2) [B11]
52 Richard Sykes/Janice Moore (Citroen DS3 R3T) [B12]
53 David Bennett/Alistair McNeil (Vauxhall Corsa) [1400S]
54 Andrew Jones/Iestyn Williams (Ford Escort Mk2) [B11]
55 Jon Caen/Mark Morris (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 3) [B13]
56 Meirion Evans/Jonathan Jackson (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRCJ]
57 Adam Bustard/Aaron Johnston (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRCJ]
58 Josh Cornwell/Dai Roberts (Ford Fiesta R2) [BRCJ]
59 Daniel Moss/Sam Allen (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [B14]
60 Peter Smith/Alan Walker (Subaru Impreza WRX STI) [B13]
61 Simon Dalton/Steve Turvey (Subaru Impreza N12B) [NatC6]
62 Paul Walker/Vern Brown (Subaru STI) [B13]
63 Peter Baylis/Anthony Blyth (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [B13]
64 Rob Dennis/Andy Boswell (Ford Escort Mk2) [B11]
65 Alun Roberts/Rhodri Evans (Ford KA) [B10]
66 Theo Bengry/Les Forsbrook ( ) [H3]
67 Terry Brown/Den Golding (Ford Escort MK2 RS1800) [H3]
68 Jody Bowcott/David Millard (Ford Escort) [B11]
69 Jonathan Brace/Tim Samuel (Ford Escort RS) [H3]
70 Lee Hastings/Julie Mcguire (Subaru Impreza) [NatC6]
71 Ashley Davies/Sam Fordham (Ford Escort RS) [B12]
72 David Young/James Young (Ford Escort RS) [B11]
73 Cameron Davies/Lee Taylor (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
74 Tony Williams/Karen Phelps (Ford Escort RS) [B11]
75 Paul Street/Glenn Mercer (Ford Escort MK2) [H3]
76 Gary Smith/Paul Spooner (Ford Escort MK1) [H3]
77 Robin Eyre-Maunsell/Peter Scott (Talbot Sunbeam Lotus) [H3]
78 Simon Smith/Bernard Baker (Ford Escort) [B12]
79 Jordan Hone/Paul Hone (Proton Satria) [1400S]
80 Chris Powell/Jim Lewis (Talbot Sunbeam) [1400S]
81 James Williams/Paul Wakely (Ford Ka) [1400S]
82 Gareth Edwards/Dylan Andrew (Vauxhall Nova) [B11]
83 Marty Gallagher/Dean O'Sullivan (Peugeot 208) [BRC4]
84 Nick Carr/Joe Sturdy (Ford Fiesta R2) [BRCJ]
85 Blair Brown/Richard Simmonds (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRCJ]
86 Guy Ian Tyler/Steven Paul Fisher (Ford Fiesta) [BRCJ]
87 Barry Jordan/James Gratton-Smith (Hillman Avenger Brm) [H1]
88 Neal James/Kevin Jones (Ford Escort RS2000) [H2]
89 Dessie Nutt/Geraldine Mcbride (Porsche 911) [NatC5]
91 Simon Tuckman/Shaun Hughes (Ford Escort mk2) [B11]
92 Hywel Davies/Richard Crozier (Ford Escort Mk2) [B11]
93 Tim Kirvan-Rodgers/Abigail Haycock (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
94 Wayne Lewis/Huw Lewis (Vauxhall Nova) [1400S]
95 Tony Simpson/Ian Bevan (Ford Fiesta) [BRC4]
96 Roger Platt/Keegan Rees (Ford Fiesta) [BRC4]
97 Dorian John Evans/David Chris Williams (Ford Escort MK 2) [B12]
98 Kit Leigh/Tim Leigh (Ford Fiesta) [B10]
99 Tim Cains/Richard May (Peugeot 309) [B11]
100 Chris Wheeler/Yan Griffiths (Citroen DS3R3T) [BRC3]
101 George lepley/Arwel Jenkins (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
102 Sam Bilham/GRAHAM WILD (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
103 Andy Davison/Tom Murphy (Talbot Sunbeam VXR) [B11]
104 Scott Partridge/Mike Jode (Subaru Impreza STI) [B13]
105 David Ashburn/Jonny Tad Evans (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [B14]
106 Matthew Jackson/Claire Williams (Nissan Micra) [1400S]
107 Geno Cook/Tudor Jenkins (Suzuki Swift) [1400S]
108 Tim Phelps/Elwyn Manuel (Ford Escort MK2) [B12]
109 Gary Bollands/Russell Joseph (Subaru Impreza Wagon) [B13]
110 Andy Turner/Steve Harris (Subaru Impreza RWD) [B12]
111 John Baker/Dave Baker (Subaru Impreza) [B14]
112 Graham Thatcher/Jim Goodman (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
113 Garry Mannion/Seyyan John (Subaru Impreza) [NatC6]
114 Steven John Williams/Paul Roberts (Ford Escort Mk11) [B11]
115 Freddy Brick/Toby Brick (Vauxhall Nova) [1400C]
116 Ed Fossey/Tom Hutchings (Toyota Yaris) [1400S]
117 David Forrest/Jamie Forrest (Ford Escort) [H2]
118 Ian Jemison/Dean Kellett (Porcsche Boxster) [B12]
119 Colin Giffiths/Martin Griffiths (BMW Compact) [B12]
120 Tim Bevan/Raymond davies (Bmw 328i) [B12]
121 Geoff Cottrill/Nathan Crewe (MG Metro 6R4) [B13]
122 Julian Barnett/Sasha Heriot (Subaru Impreza) [B14]
123 Sion Ellis/Siobhan Pugh (Nissan Sunny) [B11]
124 Chris Lloyd/Rhys Jones (Ford Escort Mk II) [H2]
125 Steve Ward/Mike Crawford (Subaru Impreza) [B14]
126 Bob Vardy/Simon John Rogers (Ford Fiesta R2) [B10]
127 Daniel Wyn Owen/Sion Cuniff (Mitsubishi Evo 7) [B13]
128 Garry Wilson/Martin Haggett (BMW 325i) [B12]
129 Jeremy Wells/Martin Saunders (Ford Escort MK I) [H3]
130 Neil Andrew/Dom Adams (Nissan Micra) [1400C]
131 Carl Davies/Richard Jones (Nissan Micra) [1400C]
132 Gordon Alexander/Anthony Litchfield (MG ZR) [1400C]
133 Robin Glyn Williams/Iwan Griffith (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
134 Dave Lewis/Ian Jones (Ford Escort MK2) [B11]
135 Dominic Hodge/Stefan Arndt (Nissan Micra) [RF1.4]
136 Richard Wells/Calvin Houldsworth (Volkswagen Polo) [RF1.6]
137 Gary Barlow/Nick Chapman (Vauxhall Corsa) [NatC1]
138 Pete Barlow/Mark Dillon (Ford Escort Mk2) [B11]
139 Jayne Auden Row/David Auden (MG ZR) [1400S]
140 Jon Ambler/Gareth Price (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
141 Will Graham/Tim Sayer (Ford Fiesta R2) [BRCJ]
142 Mathew Davies/Mark Crisp (Ford Fiesta) [N3]
143 Chris Hellings/Glyn Thomas (MG ZR) [NatC3]
144 Stuart Spyer/Peter Williams (Vauxhall Corsa) [1400S]
145 Mathew Tordoff/Tim Tordoff (MG ZR) [RF1.4]
146 Emily Retallick/Eliot Retallick (Peugeot 205 XS) [RF1.4]
147 Rob Evett/Michael Evett (MG ZR) [RF1.4]
148 Chris Hickman/Alex Stanbury (MG ZR) [RF1.4]
149 Bill Paynter/Scott Barnes (Peugeot 106 Rallye) [1400C]
150 Spencer Price/Chris Hands (Land Rover Freelander) [B13]
151 Steve Deeley/Alan Proudman (Peugeot 205 1.6 Gti) [B10]
152 Anthony Northover/Gill Northover (Volkswagen Polo) [RF1.4]
153 Hugh Evans/Kevin Ellis (Triumph TR8) [H3]
154 Jake Mckenna/Cal Mcelhinney (Peugeot 206) [1400C]
155 George Morrison/Jon Quintrell (MG ZR) [1400C]
156 Clare Rix/Rob Cook (Ford Ka) [1400S]
157 Richard Gemmell/Laurie Walker (MG ZR) [RF1.4]
158 Saleh Hijazi/Karim Hijazi (MG ZR) [B11]
159 Chris Hetherington/Kevin Robinson (Peugeot 205 GTI) [B11]
160 David Ginn/Ryan Sheep Jones (Nissan Micra) [RF1.0]
161 Tom Williams/Emma Morrison (Ford Fiesta R1) [RF1.6]
162 Rhydian Price/Peredur Wyn Davies (Nissan Micra) [1400C]
163 Adrian Walk/Matthew Walk (Ford KA) [RF1.4]
164 Roger Nevitt/TBA (Nissan Micra) [1400C]
165 Sheldon Furby/Carrie Rogers (MG ZR) [RF1.4]
166 Ross Clements/Charlie Mason (MG ZR) [1400C]
167 David Perkins/Simon Jones (Nissan Micra) [RF1.4]
168 Glynne Jones/Daniel May (Ford Fiesta R200) [B10]
169 Nigel Fox/Christopher Lear (Nissan Micra 'Kit Car') [1400C]
170 Phil Spilsted/Osian owen (Nissan Micra) [RF1.0]

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