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Name: Barbados Rally Club

Old Brigand Rum November Safari ends MudDogs season

As the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) 2023 Chefette MudDogs Safari Championship concludes this weekend, five new names bring to more than 50 the number of competitors who have tackled off-road navigational events this year. And the recent prolonged rainy spell has created ideal conditions for Sunday’s (November 19) Old Brigand Rum November Safari, the fifth and final round.

September Safari winner praises “Savvy” route-setters

Winner of last Sunday’s (September 17) Savvy on the Bay September Safari, Leslie Alleyne, was full of praise for the route-setters - and the opposition - after crews met for the Prizegiving on Tuesday evening. Alleyne and navigator Chris O’Neal clocked up their third win in the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) 2023 Chefette MudDogs Safari Championship after coming from behind in a tight contest fought out across all but one of the island’s parishes.

Islandwide route for Savvy on the Bay September Safari

Crews competing in the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) Chefette MudDogs Safari Championship will need to bring their ‘A Game’ when they return to action this Sunday (September 17) after the three-month summer break. The Savvy on the Bay September Safari will visit all but one of the island’s parishes before concluding with three spectacular Driver Challenges at the Vaucluse Raceway in St Thomas.

Chefette June Safari winner commends newcomers

Leslie Alleyne, who claimed his 11th win in the Chefette MudDogs June Safari last weekend (June 24/25), was quick to commend the performances of the navigational rallying newcomers. For Alleyne’s navigator Chris O’Neal, it was a seventh win on highlight of the MudDogs’ calendar, which this year marked the 66th Anniversary of the formation of the Barbados Rally Club (BRC).

Test of skill and endurance ahead in Chefette June Safari

The Barbados Rally Club (BRC) will mark its 66th Anniversary this weekend (June 24/25) with a 16-hour overnight test of skill and endurance. The Chefette June Safari salutes the Club’s roots in navigational rallying, which began in 1957 with ‘The June’, as it is fondly known, the longest-established motor sport event in the region with a continuous history, interrupted only by the pandemic in 2021.


Audley Croney Memorial Trophy winners for the third time


Challenges open to spectators at Vaucluse on Sunday


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