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SKEETE THE MAN TO BEAT

Former champion Roger Skeete has started the 2003 motor sport season on top form. He comfortably won the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) opening event of the season, the Tarmac Hill Sprint at Cherry Tree Hill on Sunday (February 9), beating the opposition by the best part of two seconds.
Driving the Texaco/Michelin/McEnearney Quality/Consolidated Finance/Carib Ford Escort WRC, Skeete recorded a time of 1m 24.347s on the last of his three official runs; his closest rival, Paul Bourne, could manage only 1:26.277 in the Banks/Pirelli/Texaco/Williams Industries Subaru Impreza WRC.

MAYERS FOCUSES ON THE COMPETITION

The eye-catching new Automotive Art/Shell Helix/McEnearney Quality Ford Focus WRC of Roger Mayers heads the 30-car entry list for the first event of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) 2003 motor sport season tomorrow (Sunday, February 9).
The Tarmac Hill Sprint, scheduled for an 0800hrs start at Cherry Tree Hill, will give fans their first chance to see a number of new car/driver combinations in action against the clock, plus some familiar machines with new paint jobs; in addition to the Mayers Focus, the list includes:

Mayers takes final Barbados Rally Club honours

Roger Mayers and regular co-driver Max Ferri carried the Automotive Art/Mix 96.9 FM Ford Escort Cosworth WRC to victory in the Barbados Rally Club's final loose event of the season, the all-stage rally at Kendal, Guinea and Black Bess on Sunday (November 24).
Mayers took the initiative from the start and remained dominant throughout, fastest on every one of the 11 stages run; at each venue, the stage was once twice in each direction, except Guinea, where the final run in the reverse direction was cancelled after the surface had deteriorated significantly.

Mayers takes final Barbados Rally Club honours

Roger Mayers and regular co-driver Max Ferri carried the Automotive Art/Mix 96.9 FM Ford Escort Cosworth WRC to victory in the Barbados Rally Club's final loose event of the season, the all-stage rally at Kendal, Guinea and Black Bess on Sunday.
Results below - full report to follow . . .

Results follow
For further information, contact Robin Bradford (treelogy@sunbeach.net or 422 1829)
BRC web site: www.rallyclub.com

Mayers, Roett head entry for loose surface finale

Rising young star Roger Mayers and the experienced Richard Roett head the running order, confirmed today (Saturday), for the Barbados Rally Club's (BRC) final loose-surface event of the BRC's 2002 Autozone/LAW Motors Championship on Sunday (November 24).
The 12-stage event, scheduled to start at 0800hrs, will visit the popular Kendal and Guinea venues in the morning, with the final four stages run at the Black Bess Plantation in the afternoon. Each stage venue will run twice in each direction, with the cars scheduled to reach Black Bess shortly after 12 noon.

Four-way showdown at Black Bess

Barbados motor sport fans will finally see the long-awaited loose surface showdown between the island's four hottest drivers on Sunday (November 3), when the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) runs its rescheduled 2002 Autozone/LAW Motors Championship event at the Black Bess Plantation, starting at 0800hrs.

Manning leads return to Black Bess

Trevor 'Electric Micey' Manning leads nearly 40 of the Barbados Rally Club's (BRC) front-runners back to the Black Bess Plantation on Sunday (September 15) for the second loose-surface event of the BRC's 2002 Autozone/LAW Motors Championship.

Barbados Rally Club charity drive for Challenor children

The Barbados Rally Club (BRC) has presented the Challenor Creative Arts & Training Centre in St. Thomas with a cheque for $10,000. The funds were raised at the nearby Vaucluse Raceway, when some of the island's top rally drivers offered motor sport fans passenger rides round the three-kilometre track.

Manning wins opening loose surface test of the season

Trevor 'Electric Micey' Manning (Quaker State/Simpson Motors/Pirelli/GFC Mitsubishi Evo V) emerged victorious from Sunday's (August 18) first loose-surface event of the Barbados Rally Club's (BRC) 2002 Autozone/LAW Motors Championship on a revised three-kilometre course at Black Bess in St Peter.

Good entry for first loose event of the season

More than 30 drivers are on the provisional entry list for Sunday morning's (August 18) first loose-surface event of the Barbados Rally Club's (BRC) 2002 Autozone/LAW Motors Championship at the popular Black Bess venue. And, as a joint promotion with the Motoring Club of Barbados Inc (MCBI), the event looked set to attract yet more entries at Saturday afternoon scrutineering.

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