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BCIC RALLY BARBADOS 2024 Programme of key events

Saturday, May 25 - The Rally Show
+ 1.00pm to 6.00pm
+ Bushy Park Barbados, St Philip
Sunday, May 26 – First Citizens King of the Hill
+ 11.00am to approx 5.00pm
+ Palmers, St Philip to Colleton, St John (4.20km); four official timed runs
+ round three of the BRC Driver’s & Class Championships
+ for overseas competitors, a shake-down before BCIC RB24
Wednesday, May 29 - BCIC RB24 Briefing Meeting
+ 6.30pm, for competitors, crews and rally officials only
+ Savvy on the Bay, Bridgetown


BCIC RALLY BARBADOS 2024 Special Stage Schedule


Times indicate Car 1 due

Friday, May 31
1930 SS1 – Bushy Park 1 (2.60km)
2000 SS2 – Featherbed Lane (5.90km)
2045 SS3 – Bushy Park 2 (2.60km)

Saturday, June 1
1000 Restart – Bushy Park
1030 SS4 – Malvern 1 (6.30km)
1055 SS5 – Automotive Art Kendal 1 (7.80km)
1125 SS6 – Banks Padmore 1 (5.80km)
1230 SS7 – Malvern 2 (6.30km)
1255 SS8 – Automotive Art Kendal 2 (7.80km)
1325 SS9 – Banks Padmore 2 (5.80km)

Lunch halt – Bushy Park


Paul Nagle joins organising team for BCIC RB24

Ireland’s most successful co-driver Paul Nagle, who twice won Rally Barbados with Kris Meeke, returns to the event this year as the International Safety Delegate. Since retiring in 2022, Nagle has taken a keen interest in the organisational aspects of the sport and has recently been appointed as the FIA Sporting Delegate and Observer for 10 of the 14 rounds of this year’s European Rally Trophy.


Mayers retains BKA lead as Bruce and Thompson win

Zak Mayers has retained his lead in the Sectus Technologies Barbados Karting Association (BKA) Championship following Sunday’s (May 5) fourth round at Bushy Park Barbados. Although his cousin Jacob and Aeden Bruce remain second and third in the Easykart 100cc Juniors, Bruce has slipped to fourth in the overall standings behind Calem Maloney, top scorer for the day in Easykart 125cc Lights.


First Citizens reaffirms King of the Hill sponsorship

The Barbados Rally Club (BRC) confirmed today (Friday) that the First Citizens Group will be title sponsor of King of the Hill (KotH) for the third year. The event, which will run on Sunday, May 26, uses a modified version of last year’s stage in the south-east corner of the island and also marks the launch of the Rally Experience, which will be sited at Society Plantation in St John.


Easykart Juniors lead BKA overall standings

Just 60 points cover the top five drivers in the overall standings after three rounds of the Sectus Technologies Barbados Karting Association (BKA) Championship. With 100 points on offer at every round, drivers will need to bring their ‘A’ game to next Sunday’s (May 5) Raceday at Bushy Park Barbados, round four of the Championship.


Read digs deep to beat Gregg in Rally2 thriller

Josh Read won the second round of the 2024 Barbados Rally2 Championship sponsored by CIBC Caribbean on Sunday (April 28), holding off a determined late charge by first round winner Kyle Gregg of Jamaica to win by just 1.96 seconds. Britain’s Rob Swann finished third, while championship newcomer Adam Mallalieu impressed the huge turn-out of spectators – and his fellow-drivers – with his raw pace.



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