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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JdqF7xpFr0

    Great Donegal highlights vid capturing Edwards off amongst others!

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    Sweetlamb Rallysprint/ Time Trial at the weekend. I didn't go, but as usual, it looked a good event. Would love to see more of these, particularly in the rally 'off season', from November - February. We used to have Haye Park, Cropton.....
    Walters Arena is big enough for a 2 day Rallysprint.

    Is there a better sound than that of Porsche engined Flat-6 ???

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    Don't know what the entry fee was however as you say would seem like a great format from the YT footage I've seen and like you am surprised there aren't more like this around the country however guess its down to allocation as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal yet again View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JdqF7xpFr0

    Great Donegal highlights vid capturing Edwards off amongst others!
    Also good daily highlight videos from On The Limit:

    https://youtube.com/@onthelimitsport...JubeZ5eRwL7_vY

    Nice that they have no commentary plus a bit of old-school atmosphere:

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    Re Donegal
    It was slightly disappointing that both top Fiesta drivers, Cronin and Edwards, had accidents to derail their challenges.

    But the win and second place for Devine and Evans in the respective new Fabia RS and GR Yaris were still great results and encouraging for the future.

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    Some people I know used to joke a bit about the Irish tarmac series and say it was just a rich man's playground however the current crop of drivers like Devine and co have some real pace and the Rally 2 formula seems to have levelled the playing field machinery wise.

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    RALI CEREDIGION Welcomes European Stars With New Extended Route

    The longest and most diverse route yet, the rally’s 183km of competitive special stages will visit the neighbouring Carmarthenshire and Powys counties as well as Ceredigion.

    Full details:
    https://x.com/RallyingUK/status/1807746360067633555

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    Interesting to see Keith Cronin also on the entry list for the NG Stages, along with the two MEM GR Yaris. He's clearly taking the attempt to win a 5th BRC very seriously with this practice rally...

    https://www.rallies.info/webentry/20...ies.php?type=s

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    Chris Ingram was the overall winner on the NG Stages on his debut in the GR Yaris. A promising start and good for the remaining rounds of the BRC.

    Cronin was 2nd 12s down and Evans 3rd nearly a minute behind his team mate in the othe Yaris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie WRC View Post
    Chris Ingram was the overall winner on the NG Stages on his debut in the GR Yaris. A promising start and good for the remaining rounds of the BRC.

    Cronin was 2nd 12s down and Evans 3rd nearly a minute behind his team mate in the othe Yaris.
    Those results are not correct. EWRC is currently (01:30 BST on 14 July) showing the first provisional results. Following information presented to the CofC with regards to a faulty clock at the start of SS2, that stage was cancelled and, following a JoF report, car 89 was disqualified and the results re-posted provisional. The second provisional results were declared final at 19:25 BST on 13 July.

    The correct results are available here:
    https://results.btrdarallyresults.co.uk/results/?e=706
    Following the changes Ingram finished 14.7 s ahead of Cronin and 53.4 s ahead of Evans.
    Last edited by Steve Boyd; Today at 00:02.

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