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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby JDM_GUY » March 28th, 2014, 6:59 am

sio wrote:Rally Trinidad 2014, 28th-30th March
Opening stages Hasley Crawford Stadium
Gates open @ 3pm, Action starts 6pm
Admission $40



Is the $40.00 TT confirmed?

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[BLOG]: Rally Trinidad 2014 hours away

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 10:44 am

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The friendly face and welcoming camaraderie of Caribbean motor sport has been much in evidence this week, never more so than on Wednesday, as competitors, support crews, friends and family gathered at MoSportt Bar & Grill in Caroni for Scrutineering and the Drivers Briefing for Rally Trinidad 2014.

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Many still had much to do, particularly those from overseas, as they prepared to help the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club (TTRC) celebrate the 10th Anniversary of its premier event. While the 24 special stages between tonight’s opening ceremony at the National Stadium and Sunday’s Grand Finale at Saith Park, Chaguanas, offer the motor sport challenge, even getting to the start line has presented issues for some crews!

Starting with our overseas visitors, some firm friends, others new-found companions: delighted to be here (eventually) for the 10th Anniversary, Barbados based ex-pat Brit Harold Morley’s flight sat on the tarmac for quite some time, before deciding on a trip to Grenada! Nine hours later, he arrived in Trinidad to learn that his local co-driver, Shiva Maharaj, was unable to rally this weekend following a death in the family (our condolences to Shiva and his family). As ever, the regional rally community pulls together, and Jamaica’s Hugh Hutchinson, long-term co-driver for Gary Gregg, volunteered to sit with Harold when an announcement was made at the Briefing Meeting.

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On the topic of Jamaican co-drivers, Mike Fennell Jnr was out of a job this weekend, as the engine of regular pilot Jeff Panton’s Ford Focus WRC06 is currently separated from the car by roughly 4,000 miles. Idle no longer, Mike will co-drive for Irish first-timer Frank Kelly, which suggests that he hasn’t found time of late to check out YouTube: after all, a co-driver usually likes to look straight ahead down the stage, and Kelly’s MkII Escort ‘Baby Blue’ only knows sideways . . .

Oh, and there was further good news for Kelly, who arrived without a service crew for his first Caribbean trip of the year – he’s also entered for Sol Rally Barbados (May 30-June 1); although he is usually his own spanner man, the offer of help from a local crew will doubtless be a benefit, as he doesn’t often rally in temperatures of 35 degrees!

Returning the favour to the event’s Jamaican visitors, the only driver left who had travelled south from the island for the event, Bobby Marshall, saw his co-driver issue resolved when Josh Plaza volunteered for the hot seat . . . which island offered this assistance is, of course, open to question, as Josh is nothing if not a TriniBajan!

Although sidelined for the foreseeable future, four-time winner John Powell got a big welcome on Wednesday night; his mountain bike accident in January has left him with a stainless steel screw in his right collar bone and a fractured thumb . . . and that means it is likely to be at least six months before he can rally again. Disappointing for everyone involved in regional rallying, as he had some great plans for this year.

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Away from Wednesday’s formalities, locals and visitors alike have been out on a recce and all are impressed with the tremendous condition of the stages. Thanks for that is due to Junior Sammy Contracting, which has provided the heavy equipment and expertise necessary to prep these gravel stages since 2008 . . . a benefit not only to the TTRC and the world of rallying, but also for farmers who work those areas and enjoy far better access roads than before.

All the WRC drivers are already familiar with the stages, although Neil Armstrong (Suzuki SX4 WRC) has had the most recent seat time, having finish second last year. While Paul Bourne (Ford Focus WRC07) has won twice, in 2004 & ’09, the stages are closer to the format in 2010, when he retired early. Dean Serrao (Subaru Impreza WRC S9) has competed in numerous local events, but luck has so far deserted him in RT, so he is hoping for better . . . after a co-driver’s draw on Wednesday, they will leave tonight’s startline in the order Serrao, Armstrong, Bourne, with the times dictating their seeding for tomorrow.

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In Group A , the man with the target on his back is James Betts of Barbados, winner of the TTRC’s Championship last year in his Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V. Of the locals, David Coelho is in confident mood, after a winter rebuild at Dom Buckley in the UK, with a new sequential gearbox installed. Cristian Bourne (Evo VIII) had some fuel map issues earlier in the week, now resolved, while Colin Khan and co-driver Richard Ramsingh (Impreza) will be looking forward to a weekend of pure rallying fun – just occasionally, stalwarts of the organizing team need to let it all hang out!

Craig Sumair, now just 21 started kart racing at age 16 with the TTKA, entered his first TTRC rally mid season in 2012 with his Evo VI and good friend Matthew Russell as his co-driver. They're confident going into RT14 with no issues, a new Quaife LSD for the Evo's transfer case and a new MOTEC ECU. Craig placed 2nd in Group N and 4th overall in the TTRC drivers championship 2013. Definitely one to look out for now and in years to come.
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Craig Sumair / Mathew Russell Group N Evo VI
Not forgetting the two wheel drive groups, Donald Gopaul in his SM4 Lancer 2WD won both SM4 and 2WD classes in the TTRC 2013 Championship. It is incredible the car still rides on stock suspension and only just got full engine management. They will be fighting off Ryan Peyrau co-driven by Simon Rodriguez in their Monster / Lifestyle Motors Ltd Suzuki Swift. Another notable mention in Sarah Jane Gopaul as she is the only female competitor in the entire rally this year. She will be co-driven by Barry Gowondan.

With a final start list of 30 crews, you’re in for a superb weekend – there are seven group classifications, so everyone has something to fight for, right the way down the field . . . and it will be worth sitting tight and waiting for them all to come through, and don’t forget to look out for ‘Baby Blue’!

Friday’s two stages at the National Stadium will count towards the overall results, but the two runs of the Mayor’s Cup at Saith Park on Sunday will not, although crews must start the first of these to be considered an overall finisher. So, are you ready? Saturday is key to success this year, as there’s not enough mileage in Sunday to make up time if you weren’t on it from the get go!

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 2:16 pm

at the stadium!!!

Dean Serrao's WRC Impreza
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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 4:29 pm

We're at Hasely Crawford Stadium for the official start of #rallytrinidad 2014!

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 7:41 pm

John "Penti" Powell just drove out in the Shell Helix Evo XI!!! Just a demo for #rallytrinidad though.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 9:05 pm

#rallytrinidad Super Special 1 (SS1) Stage times:
Waddell 1:28.92
Medford 1:30.95
I. Khan 1:26.34
S. Gopaul 1:37.89
Robinson 1:31.12
Phillips 1:35.41
Mohammed 1:29.02
Ali 1:38.21
Marshall 1:24.63
D. Gopaul 1:24.25
Peyrau 1:21.0
Kelly 1:23.12
Pinheiro 1:22.25
Mahadeo 1:27.25
Morris 1:27.15
Pershad 1:25.37
Morley 1:24.35
L. Khan 1:25.59
C. Khan 1:25.12
Sumair 1:27.44
Johnson 1:18.66
Ollivierre 1:02.39 TBD
Coelho 1:21.10
C. Bourne 1:16.88
Betts 1:15.90
Serrao 1:17.99
P. Bourne 1:13.54
Armstrong 1:13.45

After SS1 Neil Armstrong leads Paul Bourne by 9/100 seconds #rallytrinidad

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 9:41 pm

Huge crowd at the Hasley Crawford Stadium for the start of #ralllytrinidad

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Mr.Bollywood » March 28th, 2014, 10:06 pm

Rally trinidad was really good!!!!! Dirty projects was great!.... powell came out epic however! U could swear he didnt have an injury

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 10:18 pm

#rallytrinidad Super Special 2 (SS2) Stage times:
Waddell 1:27.0
Medford 1:26.0
I. Khan 1.22.86
Sj. Gopaul 1:30.58
Robinson 1:27.17
Phillips 1:31.80
Mohammed 1:25.73
Ali 1:22.70
Marshall 1:22.68
Kelly 1:20.23
Peyrau 1:19.82
Mahadeo 1:22.42
Morris 1:20.89
Pershad 1:40.73
D. Gopaul 1:22.68
Morley 1:18.54
L.Khan 1:22.49
C. Khan 1:21.34
Coelho 1:16.77
Sumair 1:19.02
Olliverre 1:21.19
C. Bourne 1:15.41
Johnson 1:26.60
Betts 1:14.93
Serrao 1:17.27
P. Bourne 1:11.55
Armstrong 1:11.98

After SS2 Paul Bourne leads the rally by 3400ths of a second #rallytrinidad

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Shifter Kart » March 28th, 2014, 10:25 pm

man.....wish i was there.

next year. for sure.

have fun and be safe this weekend everyone

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 28th, 2014, 10:25 pm

See you tomorrow morning for Day 2, SS3 of #rallytrinidad 2014 at Stages in Bronte, South Trinidad - 8am

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby speed demon » March 28th, 2014, 11:56 pm

Mr.Bollywood wrote:Rally trinidad was really good!!!!! Dirty projects was great!.... powell came out epic however! U could swear he didnt have an injury



huh???? there was only 1 dirty projects vehicle accompanied by Drift Corp, Drift Street Pro and Drift World Order.................under the auspices of the Trinidad and Tobago Drift Association.


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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Sinister_Audio » March 29th, 2014, 3:21 am

What is the correct name of Kelly's Navigator? *urgent*

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Postby Sinister_Audio » March 29th, 2014, 4:38 am

nvm got it.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby red bwoy » March 29th, 2014, 7:01 am

Must say this is my third year at Rally Trinidad and it's gets better every year thanks Reezan for letting Penti give the fans that demo that dude is a monster behind the wheel thanks Rally Trinidad for keeping hope alive for motor sports fans can't make today but I'm not missing Sundays finale

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Mr.Bollywood » March 29th, 2014, 7:04 am

speed demon wrote:
Mr.Bollywood wrote:Rally trinidad was really good!!!!! Dirty projects was great!.... powell came out epic however! U could swear he didnt have an injury



huh???? dirty projects!!!!!!!!!!!!........there was no dirty projects..............there was Drift Corp, Drift Street Pro and Drift World Order.................under the auspices of the Trinidad and Tobago Drift Association.


Yesss I mistake! So accustomed saying dirty projects when associated with drift but it was really trinidad and tobago drift association with ian cox, devon, and imran I believe! Nevertheless it was an excellent and amazing performance!

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby 16 cycles » March 29th, 2014, 7:46 am

Best 40 dollars i ever spent.

Frank kelly and that escort....

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Aaron 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 7:59 am

Mr.Bollywood wrote:
speed demon wrote:
Mr.Bollywood wrote:Rally trinidad was really good!!!!! Dirty projects was great!.... powell came out epic however! U could swear he didnt have an injury



huh???? dirty projects!!!!!!!!!!!!........there was no dirty projects..............there was Drift Corp, Drift Street Pro and Drift World Order.................under the auspices of the Trinidad and Tobago Drift Association.


Yesss I mistake! So accustomed saying dirty projects when associated with drift but it was really trinidad and tobago drift association with ian cox, devon, and imran I believe! Nevertheless it was an excellent and amazing performance!



you're a dunce

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[BLOG]: Rally Trinidad 2014 - Friday (Day 1)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 9:17 am

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Rally Trinidad 2014 - Friday (Day 1)

Expectant rally fans packed into the National Stadium last night as the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club’s 10th Anniversary Rally Trinidad got under way . . . the spectator areas were full to overflowing, with many family groups in attendance, as were the Shell Helix VIP and STAG A Man's Beer liming areas.

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All the ingredients of top-flight rallying were on display – close competition, sideways superstars and even a daring demo by local hero John Powell, sidelined from the main competition through injury. To the surprise and delight of all, Powell (with regular co-driver Nick Telfer) drove his old Group A Shell Helix Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX on a spirited demonstration run peppered with donuts and four-wheel drifting; now owned by Reezan Mohammed, the car has not competed since 2012.

Although the short, sharp stage would only take the front-runners around 75 seconds to complete, it was nevertheless a demanding test to start the event, no mere demo for the crowds but an integral part of the results . . . as veterans of such ‘SuperSpecials’ know only too well, you can’t win a rally on a stage like that, but you can sure lose it!

With Trinidad’s Powell and Jamaica’s Jeff Panton both non-starters, it looked set to be a Battle of the Bajans and Neil Armstrong (Suzuki SX4 WRC) and Paul Bourne (Ford Focus WRC07) delivered in full measure! On SS1, Armstrong took the upper hand by 9/100ths of a second; on SS2 Bourne fought back, improving his time by almost two full seconds to lead overnight by just 34/100ths . . . it is exhausting just writing about it!

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Behind these two, a further 10secs covered the next six cars, with some close competition in prospect as the rally heads towards Bronte and Cedar Hill for today’s 10 stages. Cristian Bourne (Gp3-A Evo VIII) finished the night third and leading the home defence – he was almost 3secs quicker than the remaining WRC car, Dean Serrao’s Subaru Impreza S9, and had a 5.5secs advantage in Group A over David Coelho (Evo IX). James Betts (Gp3-A Evo V) was another 2secs adrift, after incurring a penalty for a jumped start.

Seventh overall, Ryan Peyrau charged to the top of the two-wheel-drive leader board with two impressive runs in the SM6 Suzuki Swift Sport, a couple of seconds ahead of Group N leader Harold Morley (Impreza STI N14). Frank Kelly’s reputation had preceded him all the way from Ireland, and he did not disappoint – while ‘Baby Blue’ danced and drifted through each run to the delight of the cheering crowds, the Escort was nevertheless quick, to lie ninth overall, just 2.5secs off Peyrau in the 2wd battle.

Stuart Johnson completed the top 10 in his Impreza STI N12, second in Group N, 2.4secs behind Morley and a little over 1sec ahead of Craig Sumair (Evo VI), who ended the night tied for 11th place with Colin Khan’s Group A Impreza.

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Drivers looking to move up the leader board today include Ryan Pinheiro (Gp3-A Evo IV), penalised like Betts for a jumped start, and Vincentian Steve Ollivierre (Gp3-A Evo VII), who had seemingly set a time 10secs better than the field on SS1 . . . even though the timing system, marshals and even Ollivierre's co-driver David Jackson all registered the same time (1:02), they all agreed it was impossible, so he was awarded his SS2 for both runs. He was also among those to collect a 10secs penalty – these also included Latiff Khan (Gp3-A Evo VII) – so has time to make up today.

Twenty-nine cars started Rally Trinidad 2014 and all survived the night’s two stages. Today, RT14 ‘proper’ gets under way, as the fast flowing gravel stages for which the island is famous focus the attention of all involved.



RALLY TRINIDAD 2014

Provisional results – Day 1
1st Paul Bourne - BAR/Sean Abed – BAR (WRC Ford Focus WRC07), 2m 25.09s

2nd Neil Armstrong - BAR/Barry Ward – BAR (WRC Suzuki SX4 WRC), + 00.00.34s

3rd Cristian Bourne/Jesu de Gannes (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII), + 00.07.20s

4th Dean Serrao - BAR/Jeremy Croney – BAR (WRC Subaru Impreza WRC S9), + 00.10.17s

5th David Coelho/James Harris (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX), + 00.12.78s

6th James Betts - BAR/Geoffrey Goddard – BAR (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V), + 00.14.74s

7th Ryan Peyrau/Simon Rodriquez (SM6 Suzuki Swift Sport), + 00.15.73s

8th Harold Morley - BAR/Hugh Hutchinson -JAM (Gp2-N Subaru Impreza STI N14), + 00.17.80s

9th Frank Kelly - NIR/Michael Fennell Jnr (SM6 Ford Escort MkII), + 00.18.26s

10th Stuart Johnson/Lee Quesnel (Gp2-N Subaru Impreza STI N12), + 00.20.17s

=11th Colin Khan/Richard Ramsingh (Gp3-A Subaru Impreza), + 00.21.37s

= 11th Craig Sumair/ Mathew Russell (Gp2-N Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI), + 00.21.37s

13th Donald Gopaul/Randy Mohammed (SM6 Mitsubishi Lancer), + 00.21.84s

14th Bobby Marshall - JAM/Josh Plaza (M2 Mitsubishi Colt), + 00.22.24s

15th Ishmael Khan/Michael Dinnoo (SM5 Toyota Starlet), + 00.24.11s

16th Gobin Mahadeo/Chris Ackee (Gp3-A Subaru Impreza STI), + 00.24.58s

17th Ryan Pinheiro/Ross Viera (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV), + 00.27.09s

18th Steve Ollivierre - SVG/David Jackson - SVG (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII), + 00.27.29s

19th Reyaz Mohammed/Sayyad Saddiq (SM6 Mitsubishi Colt), + 00.29.66s

20th Winston Medford/Graveney Dindial (SM6 Toyota Corolla RunX), + 00.31.86s

21st Peter Morris - ENG/Hannah Morris (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X), + 00.32.95s

22nd Latiff Khan/Kurt de Freitas (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII), + 00.32.99s

23rd Shelford Robinson/Rajesh Jairam (SM6 Nissan B13), + 00.33.20s

24th Zak Waddell/Bret Lewis (SM5 Lotus Super 7), + 00.40.83s

25th Radj Pershad - SUR/Mukesh Mallian - SUR (Gp2-N Subaru Impreza STI N12), + 00.41.01s

26th Richard Phillips/Nandallal Ramdass (SM6 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR), + 00.42.12s

27th Sarah Jane Gopaul/Barry Gowandan (SM6 Mazda 323), + 00.43.38s

28th Ansel Ali/Ken Mohammed (M3 Mazda 323 Rotary), + 01.11.92s

29th Scott Sheppard/Sean Sheppard (M2 Ford Escort MkI), + 01.45.90s

Key to classes:

4WD: WRC; Group 3-A; Group 2-N

2WD Super Modified: - SM 6 - 2001cc to 3000cc; SM 5 - 1600cc to 2000cc

2WD Modified: M4 - 2501cc to 3000cc; M3 - 2001cc to 2500cc; M2 - 1601cc to 2000cc; M1 - 0 to 1600cc
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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 10:48 am

#rallytrinidad Super Special 3 (SS3) Stage times:
P. Bourne 08:05.97
Armstrong 07:29.62
C. Bourne 08:03.45
Coelho 07:55.56
Ollivierre 09:41.07
Johnson 07:58.10
Sumair 08:11.81
C. Khan 08:47.35
Morley 08:47.34
Pershad 09:17.93
Morris 09:33.88
Pinheiro 09:01.20
L. Khan 08:56.11
Kelly 08:20.09
Peyrau 09:16.98
Marshall 08:59.97
R. Mohammed 09:23.64
Phillips 10:23.75
Shelford 09:56.71
Sj. Gopaul 10:56.16
I. Khan 11:23.81

Armstrong caught Paul Bourne on the stage and now leads the rally by 36.01 seconds.

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Betts suffered damage, went over a jump a bit too hard, radiator and intercooler damaged. They are ok, though Betts has back pain and being attended to by the ambulance crew. They are going to attempt repair.

Serrao had an off resulting in a DNF. The both driver and co-driver are ok. The car is also ok.

Donald broke an axle and DNF.

Medford suffered a broken oil line and a DNF

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Mr.Bollywood » March 29th, 2014, 11:51 am

Aaron 2NR wrote:
Mr.Bollywood wrote:
speed demon wrote:
Mr.Bollywood wrote:Rally trinidad was really good!!!!! Dirty projects was great!.... powell came out epic however! U could swear he didnt have an injury



huh???? dirty projects!!!!!!!!!!!!........there was no dirty projects..............there was Drift Corp, Drift Street Pro and Drift World Order.................under the auspices of the Trinidad and Tobago Drift Association.


Yesss I mistake! So accustomed saying dirty projects when associated with drift but it was really trinidad and tobago drift association with ian cox, devon, and imran I believe! Nevertheless it was an excellent and amazing performance!



you're a dunce


wow so you don't make mistakes then

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 12:07 pm

#rallytrinidad Super Special 4 (SS4) Stage times:
Armstrong 6:13.06
P. Bourne 6:34.16
Ollivierre 8:13.78
Johnson 6:36.52
Sumair 6:44.92
C. Khan 7:21.73
L. Khan 7:29.87
Morley 7:13.98
Pershad 07:37.86
Morris 08:16.79
Gobin 07:43.42
Pinheiro 07:15.22
Kelly 06:58.08
Peyrau 07:20.84
Marshall 07:28.72
R. Mohammed 07:29.71
Phillips 08:33.66
Shelford 07:53.49
Sj Gopaul. 08:53.70

C. Bourne did not trigger the sensor so his time will be taken for SS5

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 12:07 pm

#rallytrinidad Special Stage 5 (SS5) times:
P.Bourne 08:11.05
Armstrong 07:35.89
C. Bourne 08:59.09
Ollivierre 09:33.02
Johnson 07:45.04
Sumair 07:59.03
L. Khan 08:40.88
Morley 08:33.95
Morris 09:51.99
Gobin 08:42.77
Pinheiro 08:40.93
Kelly 08:12.50
Peyrau 08:47.40
Ishmael Khan 10:05.30
Reyaz 09:05.38
Shelford 09:45.01
Phillips 10:15.75
Sj Gopaul 10:12.33

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 12:09 pm

Armstrong leads the rally by 2 minutes 15.11 seconds after SS6

Frank Kelly leads 2WD by 1 minute and 52 seconds!

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 12:17 pm

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Radj Pershad hit a culvert and lost a back wheel
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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 12:41 pm

#rallytrinidad Special Stage 6 (SS6) times:
P. Bourne 06:52.31
Armstrong 06:09.47
C.Bourne 06:39.09
Ollivierre 08:10.39
Johnson 06:29.53
Sumair 06:34.22
Morley 07:11.59
Morris 07:49.46
Gobin 07:55.09
Pinheiro 08:25.53
Manual timing- Kelly 06:58
Manual timing- Marshall 07:15
Manual timing- Reyaz 07:24
Phillips 08:21.51
Shelford 07:57.75
Sarah-Jane 08:23.22
I.KHAN 08:27.61

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Mr.Bollywood » March 29th, 2014, 12:48 pm

Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:
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Radj Pershad hit a culvert and lost a back wheel
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wayzzzzz thats a bad situation for suriname!

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 2:23 pm

Frank Kelly's time on #rallytrinidad SS7 was actually 08:14.61 because start time was incorrect by two minutes - corrected now

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