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CLASS ACTION PROMISED IN SOL RALLY BARBADOS

Although the battle for outright victory in Sol Rally Barbados 2011 (June 4/5) will be fought out by the most impressive field of World Rally Cars ever assembled in the Caribbean, there will be action right through the field, with 14 more classes to be won or lost . . . and all but three pitting local crews against ove...

FRESH NEW LOOK FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS

From day one’s opening stage – a new four-kilometre test in the north of the island – to the climax of day two, the Sol Aviation SuperSpecial being run for the first time under floodlights, major changes to the format of Sol Rally Barbados 2011 (June 4/5) promise competitors and spectators alike a fresh new look...

SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2011 SPECIAL STAGE SCHEDULE

North, South, East or West indicates the direction of travel for that stageSaturday, June 40930    Start – Greenland Agricultural Station0950    SS1 – Field Insurance Pickerings 1 (3.90km)1015    SS2 – Automotive Art - Sol Orange Hill North 1 (3.80km)1055    SS3 - Karcher Canefield North 1 (5.00km)115...

RECORD ENTRY FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2011

A record 100 crews, representing 14 countries, will assemble shortly to contest the Caribbean’s biggest annual motor sport international, Sol Rally Barbados 2011 (June 4/5). The provisional entry list was published by the organising Barbados Rally Club (BRC) during a media conference today (Monday) at the Hilton Hote...

SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2011 - PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST AS AT MAY 16

+ some classifications subject to scrutineering of overseas entries+ list is provisional+ driver/co-driver (car) – listed alphabetically by classKey to nationalities (competitor from Barbados unless shown):ARG – Argentina; AUS – Australia; ENG – England; GER – Germany; JAM – Jamaica; KEN – Kenya; NED – ...

SOL RALLY BARBADOS WHAT'S NEW FOR 2011

Timing equipment: the Barbados Rally Club has made a major investment in new timing equipment, designed and built by British company, ECM Systems Ltd. The system is designed to allow an upgrade in the near future to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, which allows automatic recording of competition number...

SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2011 PROGRAMME OF KEY EVENTS

Saturday, May 28 - 1.00pm to approx 8.00pm – Local & International Scrutineering + Simpson Motors, Warrens, St Michael Sunday, May 29 - 10.00am to approx 4.00pm - Shell V-Power King of the Hill + round four of the Virgin Atlantic BRC Driver’s and Class Championships + Hangman’s Hill, St Thomas; one practice ...

SOL RALLY BARBADOS HIGHLIGHT OF CHAMPIONSHIP

While anticipation among island fans about the forthcoming overseas invasion for Sol Rally Barbados 2011 (June 4/5) is reaching fever pitch, local competitors are making ready for the highlight of their season. Shell V-Power King of the Hill (May 29) and Sol RB11 – each day is a separate round – present three chan...

WORSWICK STRUGGLES TO MAKE SOL RALLY BARBADOS

  His friends had told him about it. He’d seen the Europe-wide television coverage. He’d promised himself that, one day, he would compete in the Caribbean’s biggest annual motor sport international . . . but England’s Nigel Worswick will only have made it to this year’s Sol Rally Barbados (June 4/5) by the s...

BOURNE MAKES A POINT BEFORE SOL RALLY BARBADOS

Back in competition after an 11-month absence, Paul Bourne started his preparations for Sol Rally Barbados 2011 (June 4/5) in style by winning Sunday’s BRC Shakedown Stages; co-driven by Ronald Plant in the Banks/Chefette/MQI/Castrol Ford Focus WRC07, his margin of victory was just under eight seconds after 48 stage...
 
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