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    Can't forget this lumbering old beast being driven with a very impressive level of commitment!

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    Eneos sponsorship for Rally Whangarei = Nippon Oil Co

    http://www.eneos.us/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JXTG_N...Oil_%26_Energy

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JXTG_Holdings

    Reason why Gill and MRF are missing from the Rally Whangarei entry list. Down for up to 6 wrc2 gravel rallies in 2018.
    https://www.hindustantimes.com/other...mUtiTc4XP.html

    Article on Hawkeswood's 2017 Championship campaign
    http://www.zoomzoom.co.nz/autumn-201...ynz-hawkeswood
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    Rally Whangarei this weekend 4-6th May 2018. Round 2 NZRC and Round 1 of APRC http://www.chrissport.co.nz

    Paddon and Peden (co-driver for this rally) fastest on the opening stage.
    Thomson marginally faster than Holder (JWRC) in the opening stage. (Fiesta battle)

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    I have added a whole lot of short Rally Whangarei videos to youtube
    https://youtu.be/sJfY8jxbRCk
    Check my twitter feed @ https://twitter.com/KiwiWRCfan
    Growing old is a physiological certainty. Growing up is a psychological option.

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    Good looking entry list for South Canterbury in a couple of weeks, 96 entries including Paddon, Reeves, Quinn and a bunch of the usual suspects. Think I will have to head up with the camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GravelBen View Post
    Good looking entry list for South Canterbury in a couple of weeks, 96 entries including Paddon, Reeves, Quinn and a bunch of the usual suspects. Think I will have to head up with the camera.
    Super exciting entry list - I am really looking forward to spectating this rally.
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    Some excellent roads too, I learn to drive on some of them.

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    Talk about fast stages with amazing scenery and great spectating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiwiWRCfan View Post
    Talk about fast stages with amazing scenery and great spectating.
    Pleased that you enjoyed it. There have been some magic photos surfacing in recent days
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    Paddon in-car video from South Canterbury. Did the 'Spring Rally' of old use these types of roads? Fast roads: stage one average speed 130.32 km/h (15km) 2- 130.45 km/h (32km) 4- 132.43 km/h (18km) (Crunch used say he did not like tarmac stages because they were too fast, I wonder what he thought of those South Canterbury gravel stages)

    https://www.facebook.com/paddonrally...9361156543249/

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