OMC Fivemiletown Spring Rally - (Sat) 22 Feb 20

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Round 1 - 2020 Northern Ireland Stage Rally Gravel Challenge

Results by: RallyScore.Net
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Seeded Entry List

Posted: February 18, 2020 5:45 AM

1 Niall McCullagh/Ryan McCloskey (Ford Fiesta R5) [10]
2 Cathan McCourt/Barry McNulty (Ford Fiesta R5) [10]
3 Conor McCourt/Caolan McKenna (Ford Fiesta R5) [10]
4 Janis Vorobjovs/Ivo Pukis (BMW M3X) [9]
5 Michael Carbin/Conor Mohan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [9]
6 Patrick O'Brien/Stephen O'Brien (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [9]
7 John Wink/Neil Shanks (Hyundai i20 R5) [10]
8 Martin Cairns/Peter Ward (Ford Fiesta WRC) [10]
9 Gareth Sayers/Gareth Gilchrist (Ford Fiesta R5) [10]
10 Frank O'Brien/Thomas Nugent (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [2]
11 Frank Wray/Joe McNulty (Subaru Impreza WRC S11) [10]
12 Alan Smyth/Emmet Sherry (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [9]
15 Martynas Samsonas/Ervinas Snitkas (BMW M3 E36) [7]
16 Martin McKenna/Martin Brady (Ford Fiesta WRC) [9]
17 Joe Hegarty/David Turkington (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [8]
18 Andrew Bustard/Kaine Treanor (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [8]
19 Adrian Hetherington/Gary Nolan (Ford Escort MK2 RS1800) [10]
21 Shane McGirr/Denver Rafferty (Toyota Starlet) [6]
22 Ryan Barrett/Paul McCann (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
23 Paul Barrett/Gordon Noble (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
24 Stephen Dickson/Dermot McCafferty (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [2]
25 Trevor McConnell/Dean O'Sullivan (Ford Fiesta R5) [10]
26 Paul Britton/John McElhinney (Subaru Impreza N16) [2]
27 Gareth Mimnagh/J Barry McCarney (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6) [9]
28 Liam Regan/Niall Burns (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [2]
29 Oran Donnelly/Mo Downey (Ford Escort MK2) [7]
30 David Condell/Paul Kelly (Ford Escort MK2) [7]
31 John Gordan/Conor Lavery (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
32 Niall Magee/Sean Devlin (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [9]
33 Ian Dickson/John McCafferty (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [2]
34 Peter McCullagh/Calum Maguire (Ford Fiesta) [9]
35 Brian McFall/Tba (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10) [9]
36 Conor McCrossan/David Burns (Skoda Fabia S2000) [9]
37 Raymond Mason/Paul Hone (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [8]
38 Owen McMackin/Barry Ferris (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
39 Ruairi Maguire/Grace O’Brien (Vaxhaul Corsa) [4]
40 Stewart McClean/Jonny Holdsworth (Vauxhall Nova) [4]
41 Jody McManus/Martin Connolly (Ford Fiesta R2) [4]
42 Robert McKelvey/Declan Campbell (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [2]
43 Hugh McQuaid/Chris Melly (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
45 Mark Preston/Tba Tba (Misubishi Evo) [8]
46 Gary Cairns/Tba Tba (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [8]
47 Pascal McCarney/Paddy McCrudden (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [8]
48 Bob Riddles/Ian Kidd (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
49 Paul McCann/Paddy Plunkett (Ford Escort RS Cosworth) [5]
50 Jonny Leonard/Jackie Elliott (Ford Escort) [6]
52 Andy Magee/Michael Johnston (Ford Escort) [5]
53 Paul McErlean/Niall McKenna (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
54 Benny Quinn/John Quinn (ford escort) [5]
55 Jason Mitchell/Kenny Bustard (Ford Fiesta R5) [10]
56 Tony McKenna/Eathan McColgan (Ford Escort) [6]
57 Eamon Doherty/Damian McAuley (Ford Escort) [7]
58 Bryan Jardine/Declan McKenna (Ford Escort) [5]
59 Niall Donnelly/Dave Birt (Ford Escort MK2) [5]
60 Colin Currid/Stephen McCaul (ford escort) [5]
61 Stephen McFerran/Gavin O'Donnell (Ford Escort) [5]
62 Seamus Goodfellow/Tba (Subaru Impreza) [8]
63 Nigel Simpson/David Young (BMW 325) [7]
64 David Kerr/Tba (Peugeot 106) [4]
65 David Dennison/Tba Tba (Vauxhall Corsa) [4]
66 Derrick Jobb/Tba (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [2]
67 Darragh Cairns/Andrew Gillespie (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6) [8]
68 Gary Johnston/Dermot Brewster (Ford Escort G5) [6]
69 Aaron Cunningham/Paul McGahon (Ford Escort) [6]
70 Liam McQuaid/Mervin Galbraith (Ford Escort) [5]
71 Brian Little/Adam Semple (Ford Escort G3) [5]
72 Niall Connolly/Paul McPhillips (Talbot Sunbeam) [6]
73 Steve Benton/Tbc Tbc (Ford Escort MK2) [6]
74 Damien McAleer/Benny Grainger (Ford Escort) [5]
75 Dominic Leonard/Martin Baxter (Honda Civic) [4]
76 Damien Conlin/Cathain Colton (Vauxhall Nova) [3]
77 William Graham/Oisin Sherlock (Vauxhall Corsa) [3]
78 Martin Collins/Mikaela Woods (Honda Civic) [1]
79 Mervyn Wilson/Ricky Gamble (Ford Escort) [3]
80 Mark McAleer/Jonny McAleer (Vauxhall Nova) [3]
81 Keelan Maguire/Tony McGovern (Honda Civic) [4]
82 Cecil Minford/Ashley Boulton (Subaru Impreza) [8]
83 Albert McClenahan/Brian D'Arcy (Subaru Impreza) [8]
84 Drew Chambers/Wendy Blackledge (Peugeot 206 GTI) [2]
85 James McGovern/Louise Boyle (Toyota Corolla) [1]
86 Sammy Scollan/Domnic McGurren (Peugeot 106) [1]
87 Shane McCanney/Diarmaid Campbell (Toyota Corolla) [4]
88 Liam McMullan/Christy McLaughlin (Honda Civic) [4]
89 Ryan McCanney/Conor McGurren (Vauxhall Nova) [3]
90 Marty McGuigan/Darren Moran (Talbot Sunbeam) [3]
91 Bill Arbuthnot/Jason McGukin (Subaru Impreza) [8]
92 Callum Devine/Brian Hoy (Hyundai i20 R5) [10]
93 Freddie Milne/Patrick Walsh (Subaru Impreza WRC S14) [10]

NEW Forest Rally Challenge Starts in Fivemiletown This Weekend!

Posted: February 17, 2020 5:18 PM

A brand new Forest Rally Challenge has been launched for 2020 with three confirmed all-gravel events giving competitors the chance to fight to become the McGrady Insurance N.I. Forest Rally Challenge Champions - and it gets into gear this weekend with the Samsonas Rally Fivemiletown!

While this year's Northern Ireland Rally Championship has moved to an all-tarmac affair, the Forest Rally Challenge has been created to satisfy those competitors who prefer to go rallying on the loose.

The series includes three popular forestry events including this weekend's Samsonas Rally Fivemiletown as well as two rallies in September - the Lakeland Stages and the Bushwhacker Rally.

A fourth date has also been reserved in November for a yet to be confirmed event which would conclude the series.

The McGrady Insurance backed Challenge is running as a completely separate entity to the main N.I. Rally Championship. It is open to both two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive crews and will use a similar class structure to the sister tarmac series.

Points will be allocated in the same way to competitors who will be automatically registered for the Challenge. Manual registration is not necessary, although competitors must display the required Challenge decals on their competition cars in order to score points.

Raymond Linton, the Chair of the Stage Rallies Specialist Committee, said:

"We wanted to create a series that would cater for competitors who prefer rallying on gravel so the Committee created a new Forest Rally Challenge. It will run separately to the all-tarmac Northern Ireland Rally Championship and we're delighted to have support from McGrady Insurance for both series."

"Awards at the end of the season will be presented to the top three overall as well as first in the two-wheel-drive category. We've got three excellent events included in the calendar with an option to run a fourth at the end of the season. It's something fresh and new for competitors to tackle and we're looking forward to a successful rally season in Northern Ireland."

Round 1: Samsonas Rally Fivemiletown

The Forest Rally Challenge kicks off with Omagh Motor Club's Samsonas Rally Fivemiletown this Saturday (22 February). Based in Fivemiletown, the event features 10 stages in the surrounding forests and more than 30 stage miles.

It's proving to be massively popular with 90 competitors set to line up for the start, including an entry from Lithuanian based event sponsor, Martynas Samsonas.

While most entries such as top seed Niall McCullagh are from closer to home, the international flavour doesn't stop there as Latvia's Janis Vorobjovs (BMW M3X) and Scotland's John Wink (Hyundai i20 R5) are among the entrants. They join many more latest specification R5 cars plus a sprinkling of World Rally Cars, not to mention a host of gravel-throwing two-wheel-drive machinery!

Entries Received / On Line Entry / Regulations

Posted: January 21, 2020 5:00 PM

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