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[BLOG]: Rally Trinidad 2015 - The Itinerary

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 16th, 2015, 8:57 am

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The Trinidad and Tobago Rally Club (TTRC) once again is the proud host of Rally Trinidad – The Caribbean’s best Gravel surface Rally. Rally Trinidad 2015 brings together the region’s top teams for 3 days of intense competition. A big part of the excitement sees the return of the now famous Frank Kelly from Ireland who brings with him 2 additional cars to round out already competitive lineup.
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Frank Kelly x Michael Fennel at Rally Trinidad 2014
We look forward to seeing you and other members of your organization at any or all of the events happening that week. Kindly see the following itinerary:

Wednesday March 18:
MEDIA Launch at Woodford Café Chaguanas (7pm to 10pm)
We will be launching the all new Subaru Impreza STI that one of our competitors will be driving. Come see this awesome new machine and get all the info about the event. Admission is FREE.

Media: Please use the hashtag #rallytrinidad when sharing related content. It will help us keep things organised across social media!

Thursday March 26:
Scrutineering / Briefing (2pm to 8pm)
All the cars will be scrutineered for safety and compliance as well the teams will have their briefing at MOSPORTT Bar and Grill in Caroni. Come see the cars and meet the teams. Admission is FREE

Friday March 27:
Opening Night at the Hasely Crawford Stadium (5pm to 10pm)
We kick off Rally Trinidad 2015 in fine style at the HC Stadium where the competitors will do their first 2 competitive stages around a specially designed course. Although the actual racing starts at 7pm, come see all the cars and drivers in the service park before they start. Admission is TT$60, and kids under 12 are FREE.

Saturday March 28:
South Stages – Reform and Bronte (9am to 5pm)
This is where the true gravel action happens. The service Park will be in Tarouba Stadium car park and will have limited access, however you can get all the information about the stage start times and running order on the TTRC’s website (www.rallytrinidad.com). Bring the family and your coolers and come and spectate the best Gravel Rallying that TnT has to offer. Remember the stages are closed to public access once the event starts so make sure and get there early.

Sunday March 29:
Central Stages – Jack and Jill (Milton Road) and Snake (Preysal) (9am to 5pm)
The action continues on Sunday with the Central stages, culminating in the Super Special finish in Preysal Couva, followed by the Prize Giving.

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[BLOG]: Rally Trinidad 2015 Media Launch

Postby wagon r » March 18th, 2015, 10:28 pm

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If you haven't heard about Rally Trinidad 2015, I feel bad for you....the Irish are coming, so are the Jamaicans and Bajans. We even bringing a 102yr old driver from the U.K. (lol) ...and you still don't know about this...!!

Contested over 2 days ( and an opening night at the Stadium), Rally Trinidad is the Caribbean's biggest and greatest gravel rally. And tonight's media launch highlighted some of the general information about the rally and displayed some of the competing cars.

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Saturday's stages will be the long and winding Bronte Stage, looped with the fast and crowd favourite (due to it's wide view of the entire stage) Reform Stage. Rally central service park will be at the Brian Lara Stadium, meaning fans will have a chance to see the cars come in for service and take in the action without having to leave the area.

Sunday's Stages are the Jack and Jill Stage and the not-for-the-faint-hearted Snake Stage. One small mistake on Snake and you're out of the rally. The closing Super Special will be held on the re-designed Presysal loop. Spectators are going to be in for a treat come Sunday afternoon.

For the first time in a few years, there will be no WRC class, making this year one of the keenest contested, as all top drivers are competing in similar machinery, levelling the playfield. Predicting a winner is going to be tough, but we will all find out come Sunday afternoon when the dust settles.

So, cancel all plans to go anywhere that has no rally car, pack yuh coolers and an umbrella..... and sunscreen for those like to cook unevenly in the sun.

Dust, anti-lag, the smell of race fuel, speed and big jumps....I can't wait for next week...!


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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby stikid09 » March 21st, 2015, 11:50 pm

Feeling lost for Rally Trinidad 2015? Don't be, here's a list of everything you need to know.

1. Stage Directory
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2. Competitor List
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3. Stages And Directions: Hasely Crawford
Rally Trinidad 2015- directions to Hasely Crawford Stadium.
drive there using Waze: http://waze.to/lr/hd9uhxuf61


4. Stages And Directions: Reform
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Rally Trinidad 2015- directions to Reform stage, Tarouba.
Stadium Access Rd, Gasparillo, drive there using Waze: http://waze.to/lr/hd9u6d4dmq

– from North
1. Heading southbound on hi-way,
2. Exit at Gasparillo Bye Pass Road after Gasparillo flyover and head east.
3. Take the 1st road on your right, stadium entrance to the Service Park
4. Main spectator entrance is just before main entrance to the stadium on the right.
5. To enter second entrance to stage , exit Service Park, head east on main road,
6. turn right into the gravel road just after curve at entrance to Coosal’s and continue

– from South
1. Head northbound on hi-way, exit at Gasparillo flyover and enter southbound lane.
2. Follow same directions as heading from North (above)


5. Stages And Directions: Bronte
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Directions to come soon.


6. Stages And Directions: Snake
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Directions to: Snake Stage
Gran Couva Main Rd, Gran Couva, drive there using Waze: http://waze.to/lr/hd9u74wtxt

-From North

1. Heading south on Solomon Hochoy exit at Couva/Preysal overpass
2. Turn left, driving pass school on the right; pass intersection with supermarket on left
3. Continue along road (it curves for about 1 km).
4. Parking on the right, stage entrance is on the left
5. Service Park is on left

-From South

1. Heading north on Solomon Hochoy exit at Couva/Pt Lisas off-ramp
2. Turn right at first roundabout head up the hill to the second
3. Turn right and head over the hi-way at second roundabout
4. Pass school on the right; pass intersection with supermarket on left
5. Continue along road (it curves for about 1 km).
6. Parking on the right


7. Stages And Directions: Jack and Jill
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Directions-From North

1. Heading south on Solomon Hochoy exit at Couva/Preysal overpass (2nd Ramp)
2. Turn left, as you exit ramp.
3. Keep left at first round about.
4. Keep right at second round about. (On to Rivulet Road)
5. Turn Left at Milton Road (Traffic Lights)
6. Follow road to Bar at the junction (Left Hand Side)
7. Follow road past the truck yard, looking for chain link fence on left, service park entrance is just after that.

-From South

1. Heading north on Solomon Hochoy exit at Couva/Pt Lisas off-ramp
2. Turn left, as you exit ramp.
3. Keep left at first round about.
4. Keep right at second round about. (On to Rivulet Road)
5. Turn Left at Milton Road (Traffic Lights)
6. Follow road to Bar at the junction (Left Hand Side)
7. Follow road past the truck yard, looking for chain link fence on left, service park entrance is just after that


8. Stages And Directions: Preysal
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Directions to: Preysal
Gran Couva Main Rd, Gran Couva, drive there using Waze: http://waze.to/lr/hd9u74wtxt



-From North

1. Heading south on Solomon Hochoy exit at Couva/Preysal overpass
2. Turn left, driving pass school on the right; pass intersection with supermarket on left
3. Continue along road (it curves for about 1 km).
4. Parking on the right, stage entrance is on the left
5. Service Park is on left

-From South

1. Heading north on Solomon Hochoy exit at Couva/Pt Lisas off-ramp
2. Turn right at first roundabout head up the hill to the second
3. Turn right and head over the hi-way at second roundabout
4. Pass school on the right; pass intersection with supermarket on left
5. Continue along road (it curves for about 1 km).
6. Parking on the right
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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby link » March 23rd, 2015, 9:03 am

BOI...........just looking at the stage maps givin' me goosebumps...........
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no WRC class.........look how tight the competition has gotten.....
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kudos TTRC....
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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby stikid09 » March 23rd, 2015, 1:49 pm

Looking for 6 fellas to work as parking attendants on:

26.Mar.15 - Mosportt Bar and Grill Caroni
27.Mar.15 - Hasely Crawford Stadium
29.Mar.15 -Preysal

Must be 18+.
Inbox me your contact and name if you're interested.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Wolla » March 23rd, 2015, 8:55 pm

Boom! Cant wait!! This is going to be sick!!!

Walk with your flags people!

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 23rd, 2015, 9:52 pm

we will be posting live stage times via this topic, facebook.com/trinituner and twitter @trinituner

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby RapToR » March 25th, 2015, 3:11 pm

ah dey :!:

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Wolla » March 25th, 2015, 9:04 pm

So what's the plan for the preysal stage with that long fence they have up?

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby AutoSport » March 25th, 2015, 9:40 pm

TTRC supporting recent initiatives of the FIA re Road Safety.....

A recent release by the FIA states: "The FIA has launched a new online pledge aimed at promoting Road Safety and committing drivers to obey the rules of the road, as part of the FIA Action for Road Safety campaign.
The pledge is available at www.fia.com/pledge.
The fans, the general public as well as the motor sport and motoring communities are invited to pledge their support and commitment to the FIA’s 10 Golden Rules for safer motoring. The Golden Rules are a set of tips intended to help motorists improve their driving behaviour and remind them of their responsibilities to themselves, their passengers and all road users."

Another FIA initiative focuses on Road Safety for Kids and here again the TTAA will be developing a program aimed at exposing our young ones from the time they start Kindergarten schooling and coming through the entire school system.

At the booth set up at the Friday evening Super Special stage in the National Stadium, the first 100 kids will receive free “Save the Kids” jersies. Other patrons will also receive copies of the Pledge, while stocks last.

There will also be an opportunity for all the kids with “Save The Kids” jersies to gather and take a group shot, which will be sent back to the FIA where they publish all who support.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 25th, 2015, 11:01 pm

Wolla wrote:So what's the plan for the preysal stage with that long fence they have up?
the service park will now be on the northern side where the spectator car park used to be

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby stikid09 » March 25th, 2015, 11:30 pm

AutoSport wrote:
At the booth set up at the Friday evening Super Special stage in the National Stadium, the first 100 kids will receive free “Save the Kids” jersies. Other patrons will also receive copies of the Pledge, while stocks last.


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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Target Solutions » March 26th, 2015, 9:38 am

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ATLAS BX is proud to support Ansel Ali / Ken Mohammed with their MOD Mazda 323 Rotary as they take part in Rally Trinidad 2015 on March 27 - 29!
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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby sliderz1 » March 27th, 2015, 8:27 am

working tonight so i'll miss the opening.

gravel for it this weekend

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby SUPERMAN2 » March 27th, 2015, 9:03 am

wat time the stage starting at the stadium and will parking be available inside

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby MG Man » March 27th, 2015, 9:16 am

get there early if you want to park inside, like 4:00pm...otherwise, park properly where you can find a spot, and where the wrecker won;t snag you....or you can park in Movietowne and pelt your way across the highway....cars roll at 8:00pm iirc, but if you get there early, you can get c\a close up of the machines before action starts

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Wolla » March 27th, 2015, 9:19 am

Waaaaayyyyzzzz!! Action!

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby mrkessy » March 27th, 2015, 5:14 pm

Stuck in Jamaica for the weekend and about to miss my first RT in....many years :cry:
plz say there is a stream for tonight?

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 27th, 2015, 7:31 pm

No live video stream but we will be posting stage times and updates as they happen

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 27th, 2015, 8:40 pm

Chris Garcia sings the National Anthem of Trinidad & Tobago to mark the ceremonial start of #rallytrinidad 2015

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 27th, 2015, 9:40 pm

SS1 times
29 J. Harris DNF 0:02:01.96
28 M. Russell 0:01:36.25
26 J. Phillips 0:01:54.11
25 S. Sheppard 0:01:37.57
24 A. Ali 0:01:43.87
23 W. Archer 0:01:39.33
21 W. Medford 0:01:46.39
20 I. Khan 0:01:22.86
19 R. Mohammed 0:01:58.19
18 D. Gopaul 0:01:38.90
17 S. McChlery 0:01:42.19
16 P. Fitzgerald 0:01:32.18
15 S. McGirr 0:01:43.06
14 F. Kelly 0:01:32.08
13 R. Pershad 0:01:43.57
12 G. Mahadeo DNS 0:02:07.79
10 H. Morley 0:01:37.09
9 A. Mallalieu 0:01:34.37
8 J. Jackson 0:01:35.64
7 R. Pinheiro 0:01:36.31
6 S. Johnson 0:01:24.95
5 J. Powell 0:01:24.65
4 J. Betts 0:01:25.30
3 C. Sumair 0:01:29.53
2 C. Bourne 0:01:25.19
1 D. Coelho 0:01:25.89

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 27th, 2015, 10:30 pm

SS#2 times (provisional)
1 D. Coelho 0:01:23.30
2 C. Bourne 0:01:24.13
3 C. Sumair 0:01:29.00
4 J. Betts 0:01:24.01
5 J. Powell 0:01:22.42
6 S. Johnson 0:01:27.00
7 R. Pinheiro 0:01:26.40
8 J. Jackson 0:01:32.35
9 A. Mallalieu 0:01:29.93
10 H. Morley 0:01:36.02
11 C. Khan 0:00:00.00
12 G. Mahadeo 0:00:00.00
13 R. Pershad 0:01:57.75
14 F. Kelly 0:01:35.19
15 S. McGirr 0:01:29.99
16 P. Fitzgerald 0:01:32.97
17 S. McChlery 0:01:32.84
18 D. Gopaul 0:01:35.28
19 R. Mohammed 0:01:45.36
20 I. Khan 0:01:32.81
21 W. Medford 0:01:38.69
22 S. Robinson 0:00:00.00
23 W. Archer 0:01:34.17
24 A. Ali 0:01:42.22
25 S. Sheppard 0:01:34.08
26 J. Phillips DNF 0:01:57.60
27 S. J. Gopaul 0:00:00.00
28 M. Russell 0:01:29.65
29 J. Harris DNS 0:02:21.12

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[BLOG]: Rally Trinidad 2015 Day 1 - National Stadium

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 27th, 2015, 10:42 pm

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Powell shows them the way!

After a successful scrutineering session at Mosportt Restaurant & Grill last Wednesday, fans began pouring into the Hasely Crawford Stadium as early as three o’clock in anticipation of the first two stages of Rally Trinidad 2015. Despite the start of SS1 and SS2 being more than three hours apart – keep track of the Stages Directory on rallytrinidad.com - there was plenty to keep the fans interested, the venue bristling with activity as teams put the final touches to their cars, sponsor decals, competition wheels and tyres.

TTDA ripped the stages wide open with a sensational display of precision driving. Four of the club’s top competitors– Kerry Phillip (DWO), Roger Hutcheon, Devon Bartholemew and Imran Khan took to the stages leaving large double black lines for the rallycars to follow and passing within millimetres of the concrete planters. Then they returned to the course in tandem formation, two at a time, ending with a tandem park and a long double burnout.

Kristian ‘BoodooStig’ Boodoosingh brought his ex-Daniel Ramoutarsingh Evo VI (aka Natasha) to play and function as car ‘0’ for the stadium stages. His car exhibited nearly zero body roll and traction was hard to come by but he easily drifted around the triangular roundabout and 180-degree turns. “I have near-zero traction out there, the handbrake lever is definitely my friend. The car isn’t set up for this surface but I am having so much fun” said an excited BoodooStig before the start of his second run.

The field ran in reverse order, to build the hype towards the fastest competitors, so SS1 action starred with the Lifestyle Motors Suzuki Swift, normally driven by Ryan Peyrau. As he is contesting the opening round of the Suzuki Challenge Series in Barbados this weekend, his co-driver Simon Rodriguez took the wheel.

Once the dust had settled, four-time winner of the country’s premier event, John ‘Penti’ Powell had made his intentions known early. With Nick Telfer in his Group N Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX, he was fastest on both stages, opening up a 2.12-second lead over Group A front-runner David Coelho, and nearly 5secs over his closest Group N rival, Stuart Johnson.

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Coelho and Harris (Evo IX) were fifth and second Friday night, starting Saturday morning just 0.12s ahead of James Betts/Sean Abed (Evo VIII) – fourth and third – with Cristian Bourne/Jesu de Gannes (Evo VIII) only one-hundredth of a second behind, lucky to have moved a plastic barrier without damage. Having been second on the first run, Johnson and Lee Quesnell (Subaru Impreza N12) slipped to sixth on the repeat.

In the two-wheel-drive classes, honours were shared among the overseas crews – Ireland’s Frank Kelly, now sporting Kendall Oil sponsorship, and Paul Fitzgerald in their Ford Escort MkIIs were the top two on SS1, split by just one-tenth, with fellow-Irishman Shane McGirr coming to the fore on SS2 in his Toyota Starlet, with Stuart McChlery of Barbados second in his Lenovo-liveried Escort MkI, 2.7secs adrift.

The teams were all optimistic, even the tumbling pair of Scott Sheppard and Anand Awai, who rolled their Ford Escort MkII some seven times at the last event (Rally Shakedown). Ansel’s Ali’s local rotary-powered Mazda 323 also managed to swing from corner to corner in well-sorted fashion.

The stadium stages are good for a confidence boost, but the real business starts today, once this healthy field of rally cars leaves the Service Park at Tarouba Stadium and gets to stretch their legs on the fast flowing stages at Reform (8kms, run six times) and Bronte (two at 11.4kms, two at 11.3kms).

Friday night’s dramas were limited, although Gobin Mahadeo (Impreza) had engine problems, James Harris had cradle damage on his Rover 200, while both Ryan Pinheiro (Evo IV) and Ishmael Khan (Starlet) incurred 15secs penalties for missing out part of SS1. Coelho’s Evo IX sustained possible gearbox and minor suspension damage at the finish of SS2, so the service crew faced a long night.
Provisional positions after SS2:
1st John Powell / Nicholas Telfer (GpN Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX), 2m 47.07s
2nd David Coelho / James Harris - ENG (GpA Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX), 2m 49.19s
3rd James Betts - BAR / Sean Abed (GpA Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII), 2m 49.31s
4th Cristian Bourne / Jesu de Gannes (GpA Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII), 2m 49.32s
5th Stuart Johnson / Lee Quesnel (GpN Subaru Impreza N12), 2m 51.95s
6th Craig Sumair / Brent Russell (GpN Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX), 2m 58.53s
7th Andrew Mallalieu - BAR / Sean Gill - BAR (GpN Subaru Impreza N10), 3m 04.30s
8th Paul Fitzgerald - IRL / Josh Plaza (SM5 Ford Escort MkII), 3m 05.15s
9th Mathew Russel / Richard Russel (GpA Mitsubishi Evo III), 3m 05.90s
10th Frank Kelly - IRL / Robert Cadiz (SM6 Ford Escort MkII), 3m 07.27s

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2015, 12:52 am

Results after SS1 & SS2 Top 5
1st - Car#5 - J. Powell 0:02:47.07
2nd - Car#1 - D. Coelho 0:02:49.19
3rd - Car#4 - J. Betts 0:02:49.31
4th - Car#2 - C. Bourne 0:02:49.32
5th - Car#6 - S. Johnson 0:02:51.95

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2015

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2015, 7:55 am

Start of Day 2 of Rally Trinidad 2015 and it's raining in central!!!

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