Sunday turned out to be a test of nerves with Powell needing to find 18 seconds to catch Gill and Panton just 15 seconds off of Powell. Gregg’s only hope for a podium finish would be a mistake by one of the front runners which would actually materialize late on Sunday. Powell came out a determined competitor and showed his true grit as the lead was cut to 3 seconds after the first 4 stages. Gill was sweeping after being first on Saturday and this proved costly as there was little he could do to hold off the charge by Powell.Full Story
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Rally Trinidad is a 4-day event that kicks off on Thursday 29th March with a Scrutineering session at a to-be-determined location in South Trinidad. Scrutineering is the first chance for the public to come and see all the cars and meet the teams as the event is free and open to all members of the public.Full Story
This event was action packed as it fell between TTRC’s biggest championship events for the year: Rally Trinidad & Rally Tobago. The Bronte stage is a mix of two stages that were used in Rally Trinidad 2011. The jump was back as well as the famous RedBull corner. There was an improved pit area so crews and spectators were close to the action.Full Story
Rally Action returned to the Bronte Stage on the 19th September 2010 and TTRC opted to run the same stage configuration as the previous event, Bronte Chiller. With the odd light shower cooling the action throughout the day, it was John “Penti” Powell once again taking the overall in his Shell Helix, Intercontinental Shipping sponsored Group N Mits. Evo IX.Full Story
The Trinidad & Tobago Rally club continued its 2010 Speed Stages Rally Championship. This is the 5th event for the year and was held at Bronte in South Trinidad. The 7.8KM long stage is well known for its long stretches and technical hills, crests and corners. The course was changed from the usual extra long straight sections which made things all the more interesting.Full Story