Cambrian Rally - (Sat) 16 Feb 19

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Round 1 - 2019 British Rally Championship
Round 1 - 2018 BTRDA Rally Series

BRC Video Reports

Posted: April 14, 2019 9:43 AM

In Car

Posted: April 14, 2019 9:38 AM

Matt Edwards & Patrick Walsh (Ford Fiesta R5) SS7

Meirion Evans/Jonathan Jackson (Hyundai i20 R5) SS6

Zak Hughes/Tom Wood (Ford Fiesta ST) SS4

Video Clips

Posted: April 14, 2019 9:30 AM

Peugeot scoop Junior British Rally Championship 1-2-3-4 at season opener

Posted: April 13, 2019 4:27 PM

James Wilson and Arthur Kierans led a Peugeot 208 R2 1-2-3-4 in the Junior British Rally Championship last weekend as the season got underway at the Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally (16th February), scooping a £2,500 prize from PEUGEOT UK and TOTAL in the process.

The Billy Coleman Award Winner battled relentlessly with fellow PEUGEOT 208 R2 contenders and fought from seventh after stage one, to take the first JBRC win of his career. William Creighton/Liam Regan took the runner up spot with Marty Gallagher/Dean O’ Sullivan providing the podium lock-out for PEUGEOT. Josh McErlean/Ger Conway brought their newly acquired example to fourth spot.

Peugeot Sport UK, run by distributors Race and Rally have secured a prize fund totalling £24,000 for competitors who drive a 208 R2 in the JBRC in 2019, with £2,500 going to the winner of each of the seven rounds, £1,000 to second and £500 to third. The top Peugeot crew in the series will tackle Britain’s round of the FIA World Rally Championship at the end of the season with a free entry to Wales Rally GB.

Six Peugeot Sport UK 208 R2 crews had signed up for the series which kicked off in North Wales, with 52 miles of special stage action on offer over ten stages in the forests south of the Llandudno base.

McErlean was the fastest out of the blocks on the opening stage of the event in Clocaenog, with Gallagher just two seconds behind. McErlean would retain the lead of the hotly contested Junior series until the third stage where Creighton took up the mantle.

By the fourth test, Wilson has made his way to second spot before netting the lead on the very next stage and with punctures affecting a number of leading crews, the battle for victory would be wide open by the time the night stages came around.

Whilst the battle raged on for the final podium positions behind him, Wilson kept his nerve to take his maiden JBRC victory, scooping the £2,500 top prize in the process.

“This feels good I have to say,” said Wilson at the stop line of the final stage.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed today, everything has really been first class today. The notes have been spot-on from Arthur and I’m so very proud of what I’ve achieved today. I’m very happy”.

Behind him, Creighton worked his magic in the dark with some impressive stage times to leap from third to second by the end. Despite spending much of the day in fourth, Gallagher vaulted into third on the final test with McErlean consolidating his result in fourth.

There was despair for Scott and David Sloan who were making their JBRC debut in North Wales. The Scottish pairing impressed onlookers with their determination and grit, having no budget to pay for a service crew, they would look after the car themselves all weekend long. Sadly after a strong showing through the day, a cracked gearbox casing on the Welsh ruts forced them out with just one stage remaining.

Getting one stage further was reigning British Ladies Rally Champion Nabila Tejpar and co-driver Max Freeman. But they would also fail to finish the rally, rolling out of the event on the final test.

Raymond Moore, head of Peugeot Sport UK is delighted with the result this weekend.

“You really could not have asked for anything more from our PEUGEOT drivers this weekend,” he said.

“There has been some really fierce battles all day long and they have been superb to watch. I`m so very proud to have filled the top four JBRC places on the opening round of the series and I`m looking forward to seeing how they will perform on the closed roads around Cork next month. Huge congratulations to all our drivers and especially to James for his inaugural win.”.

The series now shifts onto asphalt as it heads to Ireland for the West Cork Rally in March.

Cave delivers front-running performance until misfortune strikes at the final hurdle

Posted: April 13, 2019 4:21 PM

On the opening round of this year’s British Rally Championship - Saturday’s (16th February) Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally - Tom Cave and co-driver Dale Bowen clearly established themselves as title contenders, when they delivered an impressive front-running performance on all of the event's ten stages. However, three punctures in the final two stages meant they were unable to complete the road section to the finish line in Llandudno - an underserved end to an otherwise well-judged and faultless day’s competition.

For Tom (from Aberdovey), the Northwest Wales event represented the start of new season, in a new car, with a new co-driver, who is relishing the opportunity of contesting a full season in this year’s British Rally Championship. Following a highly successful test earlier in the week when he drove the PCRS prepared Hyundai i20 R5 on Michelin tyres for the first time, he and Dale (from Hirwaun) were well prepared to hit the ground running for the first of Saturday’s stages in forests that are synonymous with rallying in the region.

And hit the ground running they did, posting the third-fastest time in the opening stage, a performance that saw the Welsh pair just 3.2 seconds off the then leaders David Bogie/John Rowan and 0.8 seconds from 2018 British Champion Matt Edwards with co-driver Patrick Walsh. Tom and Dale then went on to set equal fastest-time on SS2 and second-fastest on SS3, which meant they held second place - just 5.2 seconds from Edwards/Walsh - when they booked in to the first service halt of the day in Llandudno.

Tom reported all was going exceptionally well, although the stages were more slippery than expected, with varying levels of grip.

With the onset of rain during the second loop of four stages, traction became even more of an issue. Even so, Tom and Dale continued to set top-three times before booking into the second service halt, where the PCRS team fitted spot lamps and a set of softer-compound tyres for the final three-stage loop in the evening.

The nighttime encounter began well, with Tom and Dale beating Edwards/Walsh - who were now in the lead - by nearly two seconds through stage eight. Although being slowed by a puncture about a mile from the finish of SS9, Tom and Dale still held on to their second place as they lined up to start the tenth and final stage.

However, just half-a-mile into the 4.81-mile run through Elsi Forest, a second puncture beset the Hyundai crew, the tyre loosing all of its air immediately. Nevertheless, Tom managed to get the car to the end of the stage and even with the consequential loss of time, he and Dale were fifth and still in a valuable point scoring position.

But there was more frustration to come, when a third puncture manifested itself during the transit section on the way back to the finish control in Llandudno and, with no more spare wheels available, they had no choice but to retire with just a few road miles left to go. It was not the result that the team had anticipated or indeed deserved, following a performance that had all but assured a podium finish, as Tom explains:

“I just can’t believe our rally ended that way. I’ve never experienced three punctures in an event before - let along in two stages!

“However, I’m really pleased with the way things went up until that point. Considering it was the first time in this car, my first event since October’s Wales Rally GB and Dale and I’s first rally together at this level, to be in with a shot of the lead and claim two fastest times, really sets the scene for the season ahead.

“We’ll now investigate what happened, take on board the positives - of which there were many - and regroup so that we’re even better prepared when we travel to Ireland next month.”

The second round of the British Rally Championship is the Clonakilty-based West Cork Rally, which takes place on 15th & 16th March and provides the first asphalt encounter of the season.

Tom’s 2019 British Rally Championship campaign is supported by: Trailhead Fine Foods (Get Jerky), Cambrian Training, Michelin Motorsport, H.N. Nuttall Foodservice, Atech Racing, Walero and Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing.


Posted: April 13, 2019 4:20 PM

Round one of the British Rally Championship (BRC), Saturday’s Cambrian Rally in Wales and James Wilson and co-driver Arthur Kierans emerged victorious after one of the most hotly contested Junior BRC battles in recent memory. The Motorsport Ireland Billy Coleman Award winning driver emerged from the tenth and final forest stage with a winning margin of just 2.1 seconds over fellow Peugeot 208 R2 driver William Creighton. “It was a brilliant day for us, and what an amazing battle to be in all day! I am absolutely thrilled to take the win and the valuable points and thanks to everyone in the team for their support and hard work “ said James at the Llandudno finish ramp.

A further bonus for the County Armagh engineer at the finish was the receipt of a £2500 cheque from Peugeot and Total oils for being the first 208 R2 home. Indeed it was the battle of the Peugeots as young Josh McErlean put his 208 into the category lead on stage one, but by stage three William Creighton had taken up the front running with Josh now second and James third. Just six seconds separated the top five Junior BRC crews as the 1600cc machines revved through the forests!
“We were very happy from the start, especially after having the test on the run up to the rally. The car perfomed faultlessly all day, thanks to Philip Case and the team, and inside that car that helped us to feel cool,calm and comfortable, with Arthur doing a first class job on the pace-notes. It wasn’t an easy event, with big rocks emerging. You had to do your best to avoid them and sometimes go out of the line.” By the end of the fourth test James and Arthur had lept into second, despite losing some time and momentum running wide onto the grass on a slippery junction. However the Sport Ireland assisted driver really got into gear on stage five, taking fastest time and moving into the Junior BRC lead, as William Creighton grappled with a puncture losing half a minute. There was no time to relax though as Josh McErlean was piling on the pressure and headed into the final service after seven stages just 0.1 of a second behind James!

“It was unbelievably close. At that stage Jordan Hone too was less than ten seconds behind, and William was starting to recover from his puncture delay. It could have gone any way!” The pressure was on as the TEC Industrial, MVT Transport, Road Tankers-Armagh, Philip White Tyres and James Wilson Garage Services supported Peugeot 208 had its spot-lights fitted in readiness for the final three stages, to be ran in darkness. “I can only remember competing on one stage in the dark before, so I was a little apprehensive, but the spot-lights gave amazing scope of vision. Although the stages were quite narrow and technical they weren’t as many high speed sections as some of the day-light ones, so maybe that wasn’t so bad and we had a good run on the first dark test. Josh also lost some time, so that helped to buffer the gap. However the real threat was coming from William who can punch in a seriously fast time. He was closing in but we had a good clean, tidy run through the final stage and kept it steady to hold onto the win.”

The result also places James tenth overall in the BRC drivers standings, and now it’s all change for the second round of the BRC, the West Cork Rally on St.Patrick’s weekend 16th-17th March. “It’s back to tarmac, and it’s been a while since I’ve been on the closed roads. We plan to do a good test before West Cork and it’s a two day event, so we need to keep that in mind. There are a few things I need to work on, as I found occasionally for example that I was a bit untidy on some of the hairpin bends, but in essence I really cant wait for the West Cork event, as it’s an excellent rally.”

It’s just the start the team needed, but there are many more stage miles to cover in what is looking like another interesting year in James’s climb up the rallying ladder.

Edwards starts title defence with stellar home win

Posted: April 13, 2019 4:19 PM

Reigning British Rally Champion Matt Edwards took a sensational victory on home soil as he kick-starts his title defence in the best possible style by wining the Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally. Along with new co-driver Patrick Walsh, the M-Sport driver won the opening round of the season in fine style by winning the Llandudno-based event by 26.5 seconds. 2011 BRC Champion David Bogie and navigator John Rowan brought their Skoda Fabia R5 into second place while Marty McCormack drove his similar machine to a fine third overall with Barney Mitchell reading the notes.

The 2019 British Rally Championship got underway at the weekend (16 February) with the spectacular Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally providing the exciting season curtain raiser. New for 2019 was the Service Park, right in the heart of Llandudno town centre – bringing Britain’s premier rallying series closer to the shoppers and café goers in the seaside resort. From the town centre start, the BRC crews ventured into ten legendary Welsh forestry stages, with 60 competitive miles providing the opening round gauntlet.

Defending champion Matt Edwards clinched the 2018 title on Wales Rally GB four months ago and returned to the scene in 2019 looking to clinch his first Cambrian Rally and get his defence up and running. The Welshman wasn’t the quickest out of the blocks on the first stage. That honour went to sparring partner David Bogie. The Scotsman drew first blood and was determined to take the fight to Edwards. However, Edwards was not going to be beaten in his own backyard and on stage two he began his march and took the lead on the Alwen test. The North Wales-based driver took a further seven fastest stage times to eventually return to Llandudno town centre to spray champagne.

Bogie rolled out of the first round last year and was determined to get his season underway with a bang. The Flying Scotsman strung a solid day together behind the wheel of his Czech machine and claimed a fine second place after a ding-dong battle with Tom Cave.

Cave returned to the BRC after a years absence and brought the Michelin-shod Hyundai i20 R5 to the Welsh stages. On his home BRC event, Tom pushed the previous champions to the limit and traded times with Bogie in the fight for the rostrum positions. Going into the night stages Cave trailed Bogie but turned the tables after the first test under moonlight. However, disaster was to strike the Welshman as on the final stage, two punctures dropped the Hyundai driver down the order. With no more spares in the car, he and Dale Bowen were forced to retire – unable to get back to Llandudno.

Marty McCormack and new co-driver in the BRC Barney Mitchell were in a solid fourth all event and profited from the misfortunes of Cave to take the final podium in their Skoda Fabia R5 on the final stage – making it a lock-out for Pirelli tyres and McCormack’s first BRC podium since the Scottish Rally in 2017.

Series returnees Desi Henry and Liam Moynihan in their Skoda Fabia R5 made a welcome comeback and took fourth while 2018 Irish Tarmac Champion Josh Moffett clinched fifth. Both will be pleased to bag some early points before the next round on the Tarmac in West Cork, Republic of Ireland.

Wilson wins his first Junior BRC event

Irishman James Wilson won his first Junior BRC event after an explosive battle in the front-wheel-drive R2 category. The Peugeot 208 R2 driver kept his head down and minimised the mistakes and under the watchful eye of 2014 BRC co-drivers champion Arthur Kierans, the pair took to the Ceremonial Finish and scooped £2,500 from Peugeot UK and Total.

William Creighton and Liam Regan suffered a puncture on stage five but undertook a monumental fight back to clinch second in their 208 R2 while Marty Gallagher and Dean O’Sullivan rounded out the top three in another 208 R2.

In other news, John Morrison and Peter Carstairs suffered differential problems early on but nursed the Kumho Mitsubishi Evo 9 to the National Rally Cup honours.

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Matt Edwards – Visit Conwy Cambrian Rally – Round 1 2019 British Rally Championship

“This has to be the dream come true, the title was amazing last year, but this has to be the icing on the cake.

“I have been watching this event since I can remember and to win it as a BRC round with the top ten out today, I didn’t think it was possible. I put some faith in the car, in the team and the package that we had – I just drove and after the first few stages I thought, this is on, we can do this.

“We have been pushed hard for it all day, the event may have only been 58 miles but it felt like 158 miles. It’s amazing to do it in front of a home crowd was dream come true, especially on the stages and the high street I grew up on is something else.”

WILSON IN WALES! - Billy Coleman Award Winner Starts His British Championship Campaign

Posted: February 14, 2019 6:00 AM

This Saturday’s Cambrian Rally starting in the Welsh town of Llandudno is the start of the serious stuff for the Motorsport Ireland Billy Coleman Award winner James Wilson. Round one of the British Rally Championship plunges the competitors deep into the Welsh forests, and into the darkness for the final three stages which could provide the sting in the tail!

“It’s going to be some event!” said James who was already in Wales testing his Peugeot 208 R2. “The competition is really fierce in the Junior British Championship. The other 208 R2’s driven by William Creighton, Josh McErlean and Marty Gallagher will be ones to watch and of course James Williams and Jordan Hone who both are very fast in their Opel Adam R2’s.”

The County Armagh engineer is feeling ready however for the Cambrian challenge following a fine second R2 home on the opening Valvoline Motorsport Ireland Forestry round in Carrick on Suir, where he also kicked off the new partnership with Monaghan co-driver Arthur Kierans.
“I am really looking forward to starting the Cambrian. The Irish forestry round was an excellent event to settle in with Arthur and with Philip Case Rally Sport who are now running the car. We came away from that rally with a few ideas, and today in Wales we have worked on that, and I feel that I’ve made some improvements. I made some suspension changes and I’m really starting to learn how these changes work, how it alters the car, and today I feel happier than ever with the 208 on gravel. In fact it the first time I have really got to test before a rally and coupled with having a bit more time on the run up the rally to get to the gym, so it’s all helping us focus on the recce on Friday and the rally on Saturday.”

Being crowned the Motorsport Ireland Young Rally Driver of the year and the Billy Coleman Award winner has brought not just the financial assistance of the big prize, but a world of opportunities for James, not least a drive in a Hyundai i20 R5 at the recent Billy Coleman Award Development Day.
“ That was a great day and the R5 felt magic, amazing to get it sliding about and it felt in a way relatively easy to drive. Really thanks to Sean McHugh’s work, Sport Ireland and of course Motorsport Ireland the added value and experience to date has been mind blowing!
On that day we also had pace-note advice, nutrition advice and a sponsorship and PR seminar. It really is a special time to be a young driver as there is so much to offer and with the announcement of the Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy, there is a serious investment in resources for young rally talent. To have John Coyne’s considerable contribution was also very fitting, and of course like my grandad (James snr) and granny (Hilary) he was a Talbot Sunbeam exponent in the 80’s even clinching the Irish Tarmac title!”

It doesn’t end there as after months of negotiations Raymond Moore the director of the Peugeot Sport UK & Ireland distribution announced a prize fund of £24,0000 stg for the 208 R2 Junior runners in the BRC. If James was to finish top 208 on Saturday it’s an extra £2500 prize, £1000 for second and £500 if he was third, thanks to the support of Peugeot UK and Total. It all helps to shoulder the significant costs of rallying as does the valuable support of the teams sponsors including TEC Industrial, MVT Transport, Road Tankers-Armagh, Philip White Tyres and James Wilson Garage Services.

Now the countdown is nearly over as the race against the clock begins on the Saturday’s special stages, as James/ Arthur and the Peugeot 208 take on the best. The fight for the coveted British Junior rally crown is on!

Seeded Entry List

Posted: February 6, 2019 9:13 AM

1 Pedro Heller/Marc Marti (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
2 Alberto Heller/Jose Luis Diaz (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
3 Matt Edwards/Patrick Walsh (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
4 Tom Cave/Dale Bowen (Hyundai i20 R5) [BRC1]
5 David Bogie/John Rowan (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
6 Martin McCormack/Barney Mitchell (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
7 Josh Moffett/Keith Moriarty (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
8 Desi Henry/Liam Moynihan (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
9 Jonathan Greer/Kirsty Riddick (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
10 Alex Laffey/Stuart Loudon (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
11 Stephen Petch/Michael Wilkinson (Ford Fiesta WRC) [B14]
12 Charles Payne/Carl Williamson (Ford Fiesta WRC) [B14]
14 Brendan Cumiskey/Ronan O’Kane (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
15 Thomas Preston/Andrew Roughead (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
16 Sacha Kakad/James Aldridge (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
17 Alan Carmichael/Claire Williams (Hyundai i20 R5) [BRC1]
18 Niall Henry/Damien Duffin (Citroen DS3 R5) [B14]
19 Enda McCormack/Paul Sheridan (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
20 Ian Joel/Graeme Wood (Ford Escort RS Cosworth) [B13]
21 Dylan Davies/Mark Glennerster (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
22 Pat Naylor/Ian Lawrence (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [NR4]
23 Russ Thompson/Andy Murphy (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [NR4]
24 Richard Hill/Patrick Cooper (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
25 Ian Bainbridge/Daniel May (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
26 Ieuan Rowlands/Emyr Hall (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [B13]
27 John Rowlands/Llion Williams (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [B13]
28 Matthew Hirst/Declan Dear (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [B13]
29 Stephen Simpson/TBA (Ford Fiesta) [B14]
30 Brian Bell/Paul Spooner (Ford Fiesta R5) [B14]
31 Sam Bilham/Graham Wild (Ford Fiesta R5) [B14]
32 Scott Faulkner/Gareth Parry (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [NR4]
33 Richard Sykes/Simon Taylor (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [B13]
34 Hugh Hunter/Rob Fagg (Ford Escort Mk2) [H3]
35 James Williams/Tom Woodburn (TBA ) [BRC Junior]
36 William Creighton/Liam Regan (Peugeot 208) [BRC Junior]
37 Josh McErlean/Ger Conway (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC Junior]
38 James Wilson/Arthur Kierans (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC Junior]
39 Jordan Hone/Aileen Kelly (Opel Adam R2) [BRC Junior]
40 Marty Gallagher/Dean O'Sullivan (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC Junior]
41 Jordan Reynolds/Peredur Davies (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRC Junior]
42 Finlay Retson/Tom Hynd (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRC Junior]
43 John Morrison/Peter Carstairs (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [BRC Nation]
44 Bart Lang/Sinclair Young (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRC Junior]
45 James McDiarmid/TBA (TBA ) [BRC Junior]
46 Scott Sloan/David Sloan (Peugeot 208) [BRC Junior]
47 Nabila Tejpar/Max Freeman (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC Junior]
48 Richard Phillipson/Paul Hudson (Honda Civic) [BRC Nation]
49 Craig Cameron/Rhys Stoneman (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
50 Owen Mc Mackin/Lee Taylor (Ford Escort) [B12]
51 Steve Hopewell/Clive Jones (Ford Escort) [B11]
52 Allan McDowall/Gavin Heseltine (Ford Escort MkII) [B12]
53 Frazer Martin/Aaron Michael lysaght (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI) [B13]
54 Andy Williams/Andy Darlington (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
55 Petr Krizan/Lukas Sintal (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [B13]
56 Baz Jordan/Paul Wakely (Hillman Avenger) [H3]
57 Colin AJ Griffiths/Mike Wilding (BMW Compact) [B12]
58 Tom Coughtrie/Ian Fraser (Mitsubishi Galant VR4) [H4]
59 Andrew Davison/Tom Murphy (Talbot Sunbeam TXR) [B11]
60 Damian Pratts/Jonny Tad Evans (Ford Escort) [B12]
61 Ceiriog Hughes/J A 'Harold' Jones (Ford Escort Mk2) [H3]
62 Zak Hughes/Tom Wood (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
63 Tony Simpson/Ian Bevan (Ford Fiesta) [R2]
64 Tim Phelps/Elwyn Manuel (Ford Escort MK2) [B12]
65 Ed Fossey/Will Rutherford (Peugeot 208 R2) [R2]
66 James Giddings/Sion Cunniff (Ford Fiesta R2) [R2]
67 David Gathercole/Ken Bills (Escort RS1600) [H3]
68 Tommi Meadows/Emma Morrison (Ford Fiesta R2) [R2]
69 Perry Gardener/Keaton Williams (Ford Fiesta R2) [R2]
70 Ross Leach/Hannah McKillop (Ford Fiesta) [R2]
71 Taylor John Gibb/Jane Nicol (Ford Fiesta R2) [R2]
72 Damion Thomas/Paul Bevan (Peugeot 206) [B10]
73 Geoff Phelps/Pete Wilson (Ford Escort Mk2) [B11]
74 Tony Williams/Steve Pugh (Ford Escort RS) [B11]
75 Richard Wells/Calvin Houldsworth (Ford Fiesta) [R2]
76 Iwan Roberts Jnr/Steve Griffith (TBA ) [B11]
77 Mathew Tordoff/Tim Tordoff (Ford Fiesta R2) [R2]
78 Steven Ormond-Smith/Bryan Hull (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
79 Will Corry/Brynmor Pierce (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
80 Tom Llewellin/Ross Whittock (Ford Escort) [H3]
81 Rhydian Price/Steven Brown (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
82 Bobby Mitchell/Shannon Turnbull (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
83 David Kelly/Kenny Bustard (Ford Fiesta) [N3]
84 Connor Tolson/Dylan Thomas (Ford Fiesta R2) [R2]
85 Alex Howard/George Fleming (Land-Rover Freelander) [B13]
86 Matthew Baddeley/Phil Kenny (Ford Fiesta) [N3]
87 Elliott Stafford/Lewis Sim (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
88 John Leckie/Jon Madoc Jones (Proton Satria RS) [N3]
89 Allan Clews/Mark Thomas (Ford Fiesta ST) [N3]
90 Ian Tippett/Richard Wardle (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [B13]
91 Josh Taylor/Heather Merrison (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
92 Rob Bradley/Kevin Booth (Ford Escort Mk2) [B11]
93 Rob Wright/Terry Mallin (Ford Escort Mk2) [B11]
94 Darren Howard/Shaun Layland (Ford Escort) [B11]
95 Ron Hall/Phil Spilsted (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
96 Keith Gapper/Jordan Wilkinson (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
97 Adam Gillespie/Liam Perkins (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
98 Bob Morris/Bryn Perry (Subaru Impreza) [B13]
99 Mark Goodwin/Louis Goodwin (Vauxhall Chevette) [B11]
100 Jonathan Whalley/Peter Dennis (Ford Escort MK2) [B11]
101 Bernie McLean/Garth Howell (Lotus Elise) [B11]
102 David Tomlin/Ian Beamond (Ford Escort Mk2) [H3]
103 Steve Deeley/Alan Proudman (Peugeot 205 GTi) [B10]
104 Nick Matthews/Jack Didcock (Peugeot 205 Gti) [B10]
105 John Roberts/TBA (Volkswagen Golf GTi) [B11]
201 Chris Powell/Jim Lewis (Talbot Sunbeam) [1400S]
202 Dave Brick/Toby Brick (Vauxhall Corsa) [1400S]
203 Callum Black/TBA (MG ZR) [1400S]
204 George Lepley/Arwel Jenkins (Hillman Avenger) [H1/2]
205 Dan Evans/Jessica Hockly (Suzuki Swift) [1400S]
206 Steve Black/Paul Morris (Suzuki Swift) [1400S]
207 Hefin Lloyd-Davies/Rich Jones (Vauxhall Corsa) [1400S]
208 Hywel Davies/Simon Jones (Ford Escort) [H1/2]
209 Kieran Darrington/Abi Haycock (Vauxhall Corsa) [1400S]
210 Gaz Carless/Will Atkins (Ford Focus) [1400S]
211 Rikki Proffitt/Dave Alcock (Porsche 911) [H1/2]
212 Simon Pickering/Colin Jenkins (Ford Escort Mk1) [H1/2]
213 Peter Gorst/Phillip King (Vauxhall Nova) [1400S]
214 Noel Lappin/Ian Jones (Ford Escort MK2) [1400S]
215 Rory Jones/Tom Hughes (MG ZR) [1400C]
216 Dominic Hodge/Stefan Arndt (Nissan Micra) [1400S]
217 Jayne Auden-Row/Chris Row (MG ZR) [1400S]
218 Sam Johnson/Liam Johnson (SEAT Arosa) [RF1.4]
219 Mathew Evans/Daniel Evans (Peugeot 205) [1400C]
220 Rob Richards/Wendy Gibson (Peugeot 106) [1400C]
221 Richard Garnett/Rob Gilham (Nissan Micra) [1400C]
222 Miles Chamberlain/Nick Wilkins (Ford Cortina) [H1/2]
223 Julian Birley/Steve White (Talbot Sunbeam Ti) [H1/2]
224 Ross Clements/Charlie Mason (MG ZR) [1400C]
225 Gethin Price/Tomi Emlyn Williams (Nissan Micra) [1400C]
226 Thomas W Mckeown/Matthew S Ball (Vauxhall Nova SR) [1400S]
227 Joseph Keen/Paul Barbet (MG ZR) [RF1.4]
228 Jamil Shah/Katerina Prokopiou (Nissan Micra) [1400C]
229 Alan King/Michael Jones (Volkswagen Lupo GTi) [RF2.0]

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