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Argyll (Tarmac) Stages Rally - 25-26 Jun 21

Posted: June 26, 2021 6:54 AM - 3045 Hits

Counting Round - 2021 Scottish Rally Championship

Live Results (Argyll 2021) | Results by: rallies.info

Seeded Entry List

Posted: June 19, 2021 4:23 PM

1 Meirion Evans/Jonathan Jackson (Volkswagen Polo GTI R5) [11]
2 Hugh Hunter/Paul Beaton (Ford Focus WRC 05) [11]
3 John MacCrone/Stuart Loudon (Skoda Fabia R5) [11]
4 Melvyn Evans/Mark Glennerster (Skoda Fabia R5) [11]
5 Garry Jennings/Rory Kennedy (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
6 Daniel Harper/Chris Campbell (MINI JCW WRC) [11]
7 David Bogie/John Rowan (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
8 Freddie Milne/Patrick Walsh (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
9 Jock Armstrong/Cameron Fair (Ford Fiesta Rally 2) [11]
10 Garry Pearson/Jack Morton (Ford Fiesta Rally 2) [11]
11 David Wright/Paula Swinscoe (Ford Fiesta R5 Evo 2) [11]
12 Michael Binnie/Claire Mole (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
13 John Wink/Neil Shanks (Hyundai i20 R5) [11]
14 ROSS HUNTER/Callum Atkinson (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [10]
15 Aidan Wray/Kieran Mc Grath (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
16 gareth sayers/Gareth Gilchrist (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
17 Gordon Morrison/Calum Macpherson (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
18 John Stone/Rhys Stoneman (Ford Fiesta WRC) [11]
19 Andy Scott/Laura Connell (Ford Fiesta S2000 Turbo) [11]
20 Wayne sisson/Tom Woodburn (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [10]
21 Barry Groundwater/Steven Ohanlon (Subaru Impreza WRC S14) [11]
22 Robert Adamson/Jane Nicol (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
23 Stephen Thompson/Larry Higton (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
24 Donnie MacDonald/Jamie Edwards (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
25 Hugh Brunton/Matt Edwards (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
26 Tim Pearcey/Allan Macdougall (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [10]
27 Scott Mccombie/Mark Fisher (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6) [10]
28 Will Rowlands/Richard birch (Ford Escort RS1800) [5]
29 John Rintoul/Ross Hynd (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
30 Greg McKnight/Liam Harkness (Ford Escort) [8]
31 Iain Wilson/Chris Williams (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
32 Andy Horne/Keir Beaton (MG Metro 6R4) [10]
33 Kevin Crawford/Andrew Stevenson (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
34 Anthony O Brien/Shane Buckley (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [10]
35 Ross Brusby/Sam Collis (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
36 Stewart Morrison/Grant MacNiven (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
37 Ian Forgan/Chris Lees (Subaru Impreza) [10]
38 Billy McLelland/Gerry Bryden (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [9]
39 Mark McCulloch/Michael Hendry (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
40 Ian Baumgart/Dave Robson (Subaru Impreza) [9]
41 Richard Hill/steffan evans (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [10]
42 Niall Devine/Joe McNulty (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [9]
43 Paul McErlean /Niall Mckenna  (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
44 Stuart Irvine/Marc Irvine (Hyundai Accent WRC) [11]
45 John Morrison/Peter Carstairs (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
46 Lee Hastings/Cole Hastings (Subaru Impreza) [10]
47 Curly Haigh/Sally Peacock (Ford Escort) [7]
48 Graham Willcock/Donna Harper (Opel Manta) [7]
49 Mark Holmes/Mark Perryman (Ford Fiesta S2000) [10]
50 Oliver Davies/Ben Innes (Ford Escort) [8]
51 Kev Dunn/Josh Davison (Honda Civic) [6]
52 Jamie Stewart/Kevin Mollison (Peugeot 205 GTI) [6]
53 Neil Roskell/Tony Cope (Ford Fiesta R5) [11]
54 Kyle Adam/Steven Brown (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
55 William Paterson/Paul Gribben (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
56 Drew gallagher/David Crosbie (Skoda Fabia) [10]
57 Carl Tuer/Rob Tuer (Suzuki Swift S1600) [3]
58 phil jobson/IAN JONES (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
59 Andy Bird/Plug Pulleyn (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
60 Michael harbour/Ian Macdougall (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
61 Joe McKeand/Charlotte McDowall (TBA) [10]
62 Keith Robathan/Phil Sandham (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
63 stephen retchless/nigel hutchinson (ford Escort) [8]
64 Gerry Fitzelle/Mark Mason (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
65 Des Campbell/Craig Forsyth (Peugeot 206) [3]
66 Ewan Tindall/Andrew Roughead (Ford Fiesta R2T) [6]
67 Peter Stewart/Harry Marchbank (Peugeot 208 Rally 4) [1]
68 Mike Moates/Michael Moates (Subaru Impreza) [9]
69 Paul collins/Robert wood (Subaru Impreza) [9]
70 Josh Evans/Tony edwards (Renault Clio) [6]
71 Lyndon Barton/Simon Hunter (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
72 Tommy Graham/Ian Jackson (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
73 Gary Thomas/Linda Thomas (ford Escort) [8]
74 Iain Sanderson/Kyle Dods (Ford Escort) [7]
75 George Bryson/Jacqueline Bryson (Ford Escort RS1600) [5]
76 Stuart Ranby/Ian Bass (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
77 Steven wood/Mary wood (Ford Fiesta RWD) [7]
78 Derek Blyth/Neil Bye (Subaru Impreza) [10]
79 Nathan Evans/Rhys Williams Edwards (Renault Clio Cup) [6]
80 Niall Cowan Jr/Callum Shanks (MG ZR) [3]
81 Michael Renton/John Shepheard (Subaru Impreza) [9]
82 Keith Riddick/Mairi Riddick (MG ZR) [3]
83 David Mcleod/Eamonn Boyle (Ford Escort) [7]
84 Brian Watson/Sean Donnelly (Ford Escort Mk2) [3]
85 Graeme Sherry/Ewan Lees (Subaru Impreza N12) [9]
86 John okane/Meghan okane (Subaru Impreza) [1]
87 Jamie McIntyre/David O’Brien (Ford Escort) [8]
88 Paul Miller/Mark Twiname (BMW Compact) [8]
89 Linzi henderson/Tom hynd (Ford Fiesta R2T) [6]
90 Jonathan MacDonald/Chris Wareham (Peugeot 306 GTi-6) [6]
91 Fraser Smith/Jamie Mactavish (Honda Civic) [3]
92 Ashleigh Morris/Phil Kenny (Ford Fiesta R200) [3]
93 Stephen Sawley/Paul mcguire (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
94 Mark Simpson/Julian Floyd (Nissan Micra) [1]
95 Innes Mochrie/Kirsty Mochrie (Rover Metro GTI) [1]
96 Alistair Dalgliesh/David Dalgliesh (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
97 Alister MacArthur/Chris Robertson (Talbot Sunbeam) [7]
98 Ross Wasson/Liam Mc Mullan (Honda Civic) [3]
99 Joel Simpson/Shannon Turnbull (Honda Civic) [3]
100 Dan Robinson/Mark Pickering (Ford Fiesta ST) [6]
101 Johnnie Mackay/Emily Easton-Page (Ford Fiesta ST) [6]
102 Aileen Forrest/John Forrest (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
103 Geoff Simpson/Bruce Lindsay (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6) [9]
104 Robert Macdonald/Ross calender (Ford Focus ST 170) [4]
105 Rhuaridh Campbell/Shaina Archibald (Chrysler Sunbeam) [7]
106 Steve Magson/Kevin Bardon (Vauxhall Astra RWD) [7]
107 Drew Barker/Shona Hale (Vauxhall Corsa) [3]
108 Ernie Lee/Patricia lee (BMW 325i) [5]
109 Kevin Downes/Richard Wardle (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [10]
110 Duncan Munro/Craig Wallace (Ford Escort) [4]
111 Paul Thompson/Shaun Layland (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
112 Oliver Hunter/Matty Daniels (ford Escort) [4]
113 Robin Shuttleworth/Chris Slater (Ford Escort) [5]
114 Adam Huggon/Brian Hodgso (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
115 Kevin Jeffray/Linda Thomas (Toyota Corolla T Sport) [6]
116 Chris Haw/Russell Smith (Peugeot 205) [3]
117 Stuart Baillie/Tbc (Subaru Impreza) [9]
118 Duncan Maclean/Ross Callander (Peugeot 106 GTI) [3]
119 Hugo MacMillan/Arthur MacMillan (Ford Escort RS1600) [5]
120 Martin Melling/Lewis Griffiths (Austin Mini) [1]

Reserves
200 John Midgley/Geoff Maybank (Toyota TE 71) [3]
201 Martin Murray/Eoghan Anderson (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
202 Sandy Arbuthnott/Ian Arbuthnott (Ford Focus 4WD) [9]
203 Simon Bowen/Richard Robinson (Ford Fiesta S2000T) [10]
204 Martin Toner/Philip Hamiltion (BMW M1) [8]
205 Damian Toner/Denver Rafferty (Ford Escort Mk2) [8]
206 Anthony Mc Cann/Damian McCann (Ford Escort Mk2) [4]

Classes
2wd cars up to and inc 1450cc
2wd cars 1451cc to 1650cc, 8 valves
2wd cars 1451cc to 1650 cc, 16 valves
2wd cars 1651cc to 2050cc, 8 valves
Historic Category 1, 2, 3, 4 & FIA Appendix K cars complying with the 2019 General Regulations of Motorsport UK
Fwd cars 1651cc to 2050, 16 valves
Rwd cars 1651cc to 2050cc, 16 valves
2wd cars over 2051cc, 16 valves
Any other 4wd cars not classified in Class 11 without sequential gearboxes (including previously FIA Homologated Group N 4WD cars)
FIA Homologated GpA 4wd cars, FIA Homologated Super 2000 cars and FIA Homologated R4 cars and any cars previously homologated as such, providing these run as per their FIA Homologation papers. All Metro 6R4’s and any derivative therefrom. Any other 4wd car not classified in Class 12, with a sequen
FIA Homologated WRC cars and cars previously homologated as such and FIA Homologated R5 cars. Any derivative therefrom

A note from the Organisers - Re Entries

Posted: May 10, 2021 7:05 AM

Mull Car Club are gratified and reassured by the response to this event. It has been a challenging year and even harder to get a new format of event to this point in these difficult times.

We have been overwhelmed by the response for the event.

After some challenging years running as a forest rally, and being the first championship round for all the championships we are a part of, it was felt only fair that entries could only be accepted in order of entry.

Sadly there are more disappointed potential competitors than there are ones that have been successful, which gives an order of magnitude of the problem we faced.

We had to make a decision on how to accept entries and we felt any form of privileged selection was unfair so the acceptance in order of receipt was the only way we could decide fairly.

We are deeply sorry we can not accommodate all those who want to have an entry, but it is hoped all of those who have been unsuccessful will get the chance to compete soon on other events.

The Argyll Rally Team

Entries Received (Entry Full)

Posted: May 10, 2021 7:03 AM

Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally plans in full-swing for new-look event

Posted: May 10, 2021 6:58 AM

Organisers are delighted to announce that planning for a new-look Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally is at an advanced stage for the 25/26 June motorsport weekend.

In a dramatic shift in format, the previously all-gravel round of the KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship switches to a closed-road sealed surface event for the first time in 2021 and despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the event is hoping to go ahead as planned this summer.

Promoted and organised by Mull Car Club, the driving force behind the iconic Beatson’s Building Supplies Mull Rally, the event will be held across closed public roads in the Argyll and Bute peninsula, surrounding the now traditional Dunoon rally base.

Along with backing from Dunoon Presents and local businesses, the radical plans have also received support from local and regional Councils, Police forces and authorities with organisers feeling confident that the brand-new motorsport event will go ahead.

“Mull Car Club is delighted to be able to offer an exciting new closed-road stage rally in Argyll and Bute and we have been working hard behind the scenes over the last few months to progress with planning of the rally whilst abiding by the local government restrictions,” said Clerk of the Course Chris Woodcock.

“We are working on the premise that certain restrictions will ease so that we can carry out the remainder of the work required. We have the approval of all stakeholders, local governments, and the governing body Motorsport UK to go ahead. However, at present time, the Scottish Government are not allowing two people in a car from mixed households which is holding us back to fully confirm the event will run one hundred percent However, we understand that this will change by the date of the rally so are confident it will happen”.

The Argyll Rally made a return to the British rallying calendar in 2017 after a thirteen-year sabbatical. First known as the Burmah Rally, the event originated from the early 1970s where the British Rally Championship assembled in the region and saw classic battles in the local forests with names such as Roger Clark and Jimmy McRae at the front of the field.

Latterly, it was run by Lanarkshire Car Club but after not being included in the Scottish Rally Championship in 2004, the event failed to run. With the rejuvenation of the SRC, the Argyll rally was reborn in 2017 by Mull Car Club and saw exciting battles for supremacy in the nearby forests.

However, with falling entry numbers and limited forests available, an alternative solution was sought.

“It was becoming harder and harder to put together an event that was worthy of a Scottish Championship round in the forests” continued Woodcock.

“We had been thinking about the alternatives for some time and we are simply responding to the need for change that we believe has been highlighted recently by competitors and the Scottish Championship”.

Closed road motorsport has been made possible by the passing of parliamentary law in 2017 which enables the use of public highways for timed events. Sanctioned and governed by Motorsport UK, the rally will take place over two days.

“We have devised a fantastic route which will certainly challenge even the best drivers in the country across classic Argyll roads,” says Woodcock.

“There will be 62 miles of competitive driving for crews. Friday evening will host two stages in Dunoon town centre with three more out in the countryside. Saturday sees four tests, run twice and we know that the proposals have been very well received across the UK and believe that we could very well see a full entry.

“This will be fantastic for the community, local area and tourism in Dunoon as they have certainly been hit hard by the pandemic. It will be a great boost for them to kick-start their season with this exciting new event”.

Regulations for the event will be released on the 1st May with entries opening on the 8th May.

You can keep up to date on the event via their social media feeds on Facebook, Twitter or the website - Link below.

Event Website

Posted: May 10, 2021 6:57 AM


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