Posted By: Kasey Ramoutar05/07/15No Comments;
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Since Rally Trinidad 2015 all the rally fans had was Rally Tabanca and how does the Trinidad and Tobago Rally Club (TTRC) make up for this? By taking you into the bush after hours- yep night rallying is back!Full Story
With James Betts already taking the title for the 2013 championship, he exercised his option to sit the last event out in order to get his car ready for Rally Jamaica next month. This meant that the local boys had a good ole scrap to see who will the bragging [...]Full Story
Another great event put on by the TTRC and held on the Reform Stage with a special performance at the Tarouba stadium to make up to rally fans who were cheated when the finale for Rally Trinidad 2013 was cancelled. A few D&W competitors tried their hand at pace notes and the DWO boys gave the crowd a demo they won’t forget. Another highlight was seeing to the two youngest racers in their respective fields, go head to head: Kristian Boodoosingh vs Kraig Sumair.Full Story
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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The 2012 Rally Season kicked off with a small field of 15 cars facing the starter. This however didn’t dampen the spirit of the enthusiastic supporters who braved the blazing sun and small rain showers to be thoroughly entertained.Full Story
After a disastrous start in the previous rally, on his much anticipated return to rallying – Ainsley “Mr. Action” Lochan with co-driver Robert Cadiz, in his STAG/ULTRA/JOSEF’s EVO IX, showed his top rivals that he is still a force to be reckoned with, by winning the final rally aptly named Rally Finale Reformed, albeit a slim margin over the Shell Helix/Intercontinental Shipping sponsored EVO X of John Powell and Jason Costelloe.Full Story