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BIRD JNR HEADS FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2022

Frank Bird to follow in father Paul’s wheeltracks

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ENTRIES FLOW IN FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2022

Local crews eager for return to closed road rallying

Nearly 40 entries have been posted for Sol Rally Barbados 2022 since the on-line entry form went live last Monday (January 3). While two-thirds of those are from overseas, the Barbados Rally Club (BRC) is buoyed by the positive response from island competitors looking forward to some measure of normality returning to motor sport, led by Roger Hill, whose record of 22 top 10 finishes on the club’s premier event is unrivalled.

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Barbados Motoring Federation releases 2022 calendar

Nearly 50 events planned by the Barbados Motoring Federation’s (BMF) sporting Member Clubs are listed on the provisional 2022 calendar published today (January 8). In the last two seasons the number of events run under BMF permits has been reduced by 50 per cent or more with cancellations caused by the coronavirus pandemic, so the motor sport community is hoping that the effects of Covid-19 will start to abate.

ENTRIES OPEN FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2022

UK regulars return for holidays as protocols ease

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BARBADOS RALLY CLUB CONFIRMS ITS 2021 CHAMPIONS

Stuart Maloney and Natya Soodeen the big winners

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CARIBBEAN TRIO SURVIVE TRICKY DUKERIES RALLY IN UK

Panton full of praise for “exceptional drive” by Maloney

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TIE BREAK NEEDED TO SETTLE RALLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

Stuart Maloney is Provisional 2021 Champion Driver

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RALLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP FINALE AT BUSHY PARK

Reigning Champion Neil Corbin to debut Toyota GT86

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DOUBLE-HEADER CLIMAX FOR RALLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

Sprint finale behind closed doors at Bushy Park

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ROOKIE HOAD MOVES AHEAD IN RALLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

Skeete and Read lead 4wd and 2wd respectively

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