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SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2019 – “ONE FOR THE FANS”

Panton heads near-record 100-strong entry

The Barbados Rally Club (BRC) is targetting the 30th running of its premier event very firmly at the island’s huge spectator base, a key component in the sport’s growth in recent years. As the provisional entry list of 100 crews – the most since Sol RB12 – was confirmed at today’s (Wednesday) Media Briefing at Mahogany Ridge, St James, the organising team made clear that this year’s event is “one for the fans”.

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SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2019

Provisional entry list at May 8

+ driver/co-driver (car) – listed alphabetically by class
+ some classifications may be subject to scrutineering

Key to nationalities (competitor from Barbados unless shown): CDN – Canada; ENG – England; GUY – Guyana; IRL – Republic of Ireland; JAM – Jamaica; JER – Jersey; NIR – Northern Ireland; NZL – New Zealand; SCO – Scotland; T&T – Trinidad & Tobago; TCI – Turks & Caicos; USA – United States of America; WAL – Wales

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SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2019

At a glance

New for 2019

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SOL RALLY BARBADOS 2019

Programme of key events

Friday, May 24 - The 30th Celebrations
+ 6.00pm to 1.00am
+ Barbados Clay Target Shooting Association Clubhouse, Searles, Christ Church
+ a celebration of the 30th running of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) premier event
+ DJ, Loud Shirt Competition
+ no cover charge; food and drinks on sale, Friends & Family welcome

Saturday, May 25 - The Rally Show
+ 1.00pm to 6.00pm
+ Banks Facility, Wildey, St Michael

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Special Stage Schedule

Times indicate Car 0 due

Friday, May 31
1815 Start – Bushy Park Barbados
1835 SS1 – Bushy Park 1 (6.25km)
1955 SS2 – Bushy Park 2 (6.25km)
2115 SS3 – Bushy Park 3 (6.25km)

Saturday, June 1
1000 Restart – Greenland Agricultural Station
1020 SS4 – Mount Poyer 1 (7.00km)
1055 SS5 – Automotive Art Vaucluse 1 (5.10km)
1120 SS6 – Spring Vale 1 (4.80km)
1215 SS7 – Mount Poyer 2 (7.00km)
1250 SS8 – Automotive Art Vaucluse 2 (5.10km)
1315 SS9 – Spring Vale 2 (4.80km)

Lunch halt – Greenland Agricultural Station

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UK ENTRIES LOAD FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS VOYAGE

Oldest crew pushes 4wd entry up to 25 cars

Two British newcomers, whose rally cars were among more than 30 loaded on to the Geest Line freighter Baltic Klipper today (Saturday), bring the total number of overseas entries confirmed for Sol Rally Barbados 2019 to more than 40 for the fifth straight year. George Morrison and Chris Surman will make their Caribbean debuts in just three weeks time in the 30th running of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) premier event.

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Maloney leads SR3 Cup from newcomer Myers

Mark Maloney of Barbados is the early leader of the Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup (RCC), following two race wins in Monday’s (April 29) opening round at Bushy Park Barbados. While his brother Stuart, the reigning RCC Champion, won the second race, Jamaican newcomer William Myers ended the day second on points, after an impressive three podium finishes on his debut in the regional series for Suzuki-powered Radical SR3s.

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SWANN, McNULTY TEAM UP FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS

Duckworth and Scott beef up British challenge for the podium

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SCOTTISH TRIO RETURN FOR SOL RALLY BARBADOS

Flanagan’s ‘Irish-Italian’ Job for Mini Cooper S

Popular Scottish driver Kenny Hall will return the Caribbean this year, eager not to miss Sol Rally Barbados 2019, the 30th running of the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) premier event. One of the Club’s most loyal overseas supporters, Hall will compete for the 16th time – a record he shares with Andrew Costin-Hurley, beaten only by Martin Stockdale’s 19 visits – with Dutch co-driver Fenny Wesselink back for her 11th visit.

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Jamaican twosome join Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup

Double Jamaican Modified Production 2 Champion William Myers and fellow-countryman Horatio Brown will join the grid when the second season of the Radical Caribbean SR3 Cup gets under way at Bushy Park Barbados on Heroes Day Bank Holiday Monday, April 29. They bring to 36 the number of regional and international drivers who have competed in the Suzuki-powered Radical SR3 sports-racers at the St Philip facility.

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