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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 2:33 pm

#rallytrinidad Provisional Results after SS7 before lunch

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Postby Ignorant Ignis » March 29th, 2014, 3:03 pm

well done craig

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 3:05 pm

Temperature feels more like 40°C!!! It's HOT and DUSTY at #rallytrinidad

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 4:20 pm

Official word from the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club is that the Commissioner of Police has rescinded permission to use Chaguanas for the finale of #rallytrinidad. There will be no Saith Park stage for Rally Trinidad 2014, despite all permissions being granted 5 weeks ago and Police and Fire Services accepting payment with receipts for Police force and Fire officers at Saith Park. The TTRC regrets to inform our rally fans of this, however plans are being made to have the Super Special finale of Rally Trinidad 2014 at "old" Preysal (with the jump and loop) and then on to Mojo's Restaurant and Lounge in Chaguanas for the prize giving ceremony.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Aaron 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 4:43 pm

This all over again.

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 4:48 pm

Craig Sumair / Mathew Russell

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 5:34 pm

#rallytrinidad SS10 stage times:
P. Bourne 06:21.14
Armstrong 06:12.26
C. Bourne 06:31.03
Johnson 06:34.22
Sumair 06:42.73
C. Khan 07:03.41
L. Khan 07:14.10
Morley 07:05.36
Gobin 07:28.70
Pinheiro 07:30.43
Kelly 06:48.72
Peyrau 07:08.37
Donald 07:15.43
Marshall 07:31.95
Reyaz 07:37.78
Phillips 08:26.81
Shelford 08:08.41
Sarah-Jane 08:19.37

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby mrkessy » March 29th, 2014, 5:42 pm

Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:Official word from the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club is that the Commissioner of Police has rescinded permission to use Chaguanas for the finale of #rallytrinidad. There will be no Saith Park stage for Rally Trinidad 2014, despite all permissions being granted 5 weeks ago and Police and Fire Services accepting payment with receipts for Police force and Fire officers at Saith Park. The TTRC regrets to inform our rally fans of this, however plans are being made to have the Super Special finale of Rally Trinidad 2014 at "old" Preysal (with the jump and loop) and then on to Mojo's Restaurant and Lounge in Chaguanas for the prize giving ceremony.



Before the trolling begins, i don't think its honestly possible to express in words how disappointing this is. Its going to be hard attracting non-local teams when we cant even seem to get our own authorities on a co-operative page. Feels like a painful killer blow to Rally Trinidad, second year running.
I'm very unaware of the details of the power struggle and politics in local motorsport. But if this is a result of same, someone needs to wake up and see the real damage.

On another note, stages today were great! pity i never saw devi and that very very very loud starlet...

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby turbonator » March 29th, 2014, 5:52 pm

Friday night was great. I couldn't make it today but I was really looking forward to seeing all the rally action in chaguanas tomorrow. I'm very disappointed but at the same time I'm not surprised. I would like to hear the 'reason' for the change.

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Postby Aaron 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 6:06 pm

id just leave this here

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 6:21 pm

#rallytrinidad SS9 stage times
P. Bourne 08:12.18
Armstrong 07:42.44
C. Bourne 08:35.94
Ollivierre 10:39.45
Johnson 08:03.40
Sumair 08:16.85
C. Khan 08:34.04
Morley 09:02.54
Morris 09:23.44
Gobin 09:02.54
Pinheiro 08:57.02
Kelly 08:28.60
Peyrau 09:06.43
Gopaul 08:52.88
Marshall 09:23.13
Reyaz 09:41.07
Phillips 10:44.36
Shelford 10:03.08
I. Khan 10:25.42

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 6:21 pm

#rallytrinidad Special Stage 11 (SS11) times:
P. Bourne 07:58.82
Armstrong 07:32.06
C. Bourne 08:10.96
Johnson 08:02.25
Sumair 08:06.34
C.Khan.08:30.10
L. Khan 08:45.46
Morley 08:46.16
Radj 10:37.28
Gobin 10:09.72
Pinheiro 09:34.00
Kelly 08:35.87
Peyrau 08:50.02
Gopaul 08:41.64
Marshall 09:26.60
Reyaz 09:22.04
Phillips 10:21.89
Shelford 10:05.19
Sarah-Jane 10:28.63

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 29th, 2014, 6:21 pm

#rallytrinidad Special Stage 12 (SS12) times:
P. Bourne 06:26.08
Armstrong 06:14.32
C. Bourne 06:27.43
Johnson 06:27.27
Sumair 06:55.69
C.Khan 6:53.87
L. Khan 07:03.72
Morley 07:08.68
Pinheiro 07:37.18
Kelly 06:52.44
Peyrau 07:34.12
Gopaul 07:10.70
Marshall 07:33.79
Reyaz 07:30.04
Phillips 08:27.50
Shelford 07:59.16

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby gas brainz » March 29th, 2014, 7:41 pm

How to get to the preysal venue mentioned for tomorrow

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby wagonrunner » March 29th, 2014, 9:22 pm

Can i be granted asylum in BIM or any nation where sense prevails due to the political persecution of motorsports here? because "oh gawd, they killing we". and we're not letting them know how little that's being tolerated.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Shifter Kart » March 29th, 2014, 9:32 pm

wagonrunner wrote:Can i be granted asylum in BIM or any nation where sense prevails due to the political persecution of motorsports here? because "oh gawd, they killing we". and we're not letting them know how little that's being tolerated.

you'd have to seek it in Bim. common sense aint so common over here either.....


i cant believe this is happening again. I just hope the new venue happns without any more problems.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby wagonrunner » March 29th, 2014, 10:17 pm

gas brainz wrote:How to get to the preysal venue mentioned for tomorrow
Approx 1.6km east of the highway.
Stage end points B & C. Service park should be at D.
http://goo.gl/maps/G8XTc

The Milton stage is on the western side of the highway.
B & C are the end points of the stage.
http://goo.gl/maps/nyRND

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby FQ-360 » March 29th, 2014, 10:31 pm

Mr. Commissioner of Popo, your'e a bigger dunce tthan the nation thought.


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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby insane » March 29th, 2014, 10:58 pm

Aaron 2NR wrote:id just leave this here

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ttasa needs to get shut down...blasted waste of timers

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby sio » March 29th, 2014, 11:52 pm

Rally Trinidad 2014 Preysal Super Special
Due to the cancellation of Saith Park . We will be heading to Preysal for the super special stages of Rally Trinidad 2014. The last time Rally Trinidad was at this venue was 2008.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby sliderz1 » March 29th, 2014, 11:59 pm

sio wrote:Rally Trinidad 2014 Preysal Super Special
Due to the cancellation of Saith Park . We will be heading to Preysal for the super special stages of Rally Trinidad 2014. The last time Rally Trinidad was at this venue was 2008.

start time at 3 o clock?

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby MICROTECH 7 » March 30th, 2014, 7:23 am

insane wrote:
Aaron 2NR wrote:id just leave this here

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ttasa needs to get shut down...blasted waste of timers


And the shame of being called a Trinidadian right in the midst of the visiting Barbadians that boast of the perfect Motorsport harmony in Barbados created by their Governing Body whilst displaying their local news paper with Lewis Hamilton featured on the cover on Friday night at the first Stadium stage.

Evil will stride if good men do nothing, now that we all have been affected by the interference and misdirection from the assumed, to move forward we have to eradicate the evil that continues to fail us but glorify themselves.

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 30th, 2014, 8:12 am

Morning folks! Here we are at Day 3 of #rallytrinidad 2014!

Click these links on your smartphone for GPS directions to the stages for #rallytrinidad 2014 Day 3 stages!:

http://waze.to/hd9u74p62j
Jack and Jill (Couva)

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Snake (Preysal)

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[BLOG]: Rally Trinidad 2014 – Saturday (Day 2)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 30th, 2014, 9:22 am

This is a blog post. To read the original post, please click here »


Ten out of 10! That’s what Neil Armstrong and Barry Ward achieved on the Bronte and Cedar Hill stages in the south of the island to lead the Trinidad & Tobago Rally Club’s (TTRC) 10th Anniversary Rally Trinidad 2014 by more than three-and-a-half minutes at the end of day two. All did not go entirely smoothly, however, as a damaged engine mount on the Suzuki SX4 WRC needed some attention during the day, with the service crew ready to replace it overnight.

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Neil Armstrong - BAR/Barry Ward – BAR (WRC Suzuki SX4 WRC)

As others fell by the wayside, the Barbados pairing, who finished second to Jamaica’s Jeffrey Panton last year, were in dominant form. Armstrong said: “Everything went well and I have managed to maintain a good flow. We have been quick, but have had no big moments. There's a bit more left if needed." Co-driver Barry Ward added: "Neil has been spot on. The notes are good and he has actually been listening to them!”

Armstrong’s fellow-countryman Paul Bourne (Ford Focus WRC07) had an advantage of just a few hundredths at the start of the day, but it was soon demolished: Armstrong charged through the first Bronte stage of the day to establish a 36-second lead, then steadily built on it during the day. Competing on high-speed gravel for the first time in a while, Bourne was some way adrift of Armstrong’s pace in the early part of the day, although narrowed the gap mile for mile over the last three stages.

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Paul Bourne - BAR/Sean Abed – BAR (WRC Ford Focus WRC07)

Within the top three fastest on eight of the day’s 10 stages, Stuart Johnson (Subaru Impreza STI N12) was second, 33secs up on Bourne, and almost two minutes ahead of his closest challenger in Group N, the impressive young Craig Sumair (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI). Cristian Bourne (Evo VIII) was fifth overall, leading Group A by more than five minutes from Colin Khan (Impreza).

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Stuart Johnson/Lee Quesnel (Gp2-N Subaru Impreza STI N12)

On his Caribbean debut, Ireland’s Frank Kelly put the prodigious power of ‘Baby Blue’ to good use on the high-speed stages, pushing the Escort hard to finish the day sixth overall and lead the two-wheel-drive battle by four-and-a-half minutes from early leader Ryan Peyrau (Suzuki Swift Sport).

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Frank Kelly - NIR/Michael Fennell Jnr (SM6 Ford Escort MkII)

Three of the top six overnight were casualties of day two: fourth after the National Stadium stages, Dean Serrao’s (Subaru Impreza WRC S9) Rally Trinidad jinx struck early in the day, an engine failure putting him out of the event. His Bajan compatriots James Betts and Geoff Goddard, sixth overnight, landed heavily on the nose of the Evo V, damaging radiator and intercooler beyond immediate repair, while driver (back pain) and co-driver (bit his tongue!) needed some medical TLC.

Of the local front-runners, David Coelho (Evo IX), fifth overnight and second fastest on the day’s opening stage, retired with a broken transfer case, while other overseas visitors to fall foul of the stages were Suriname’s Radj Pershad (Impreza STI N12), who smashed a rear wheel on a culvert, returning later in the day, while Vincentian Steve Olliviere (Evo VII) suffered clutch failure, but coincidentally they all hope to return on Sunday.

There were dramas for other locals down the field: Winston Medford (Toyota Corolla RunX) retired after a broken rear engine mount caused the power unit to twist forward and break a turbo oil line, causing a small fire; Latiff Khan (Evo VII) missed a few stages with gearbox problems, which were resolved; Peter Morris (Evo X) retired with a broken oil line and leaking radiator, but is another trying to be back out tomorrow; Ansel Ali had some problems with his rotary-engined Mazda 323 but also said he was working to be back out on Sunday morning.

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Peter Morris – ENG/Hannah Morris (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X)

Bad news for rally fans is the cancellation of Sunday’s night’s stages at Saith Park, Chaguanas, after the Commissioner of Police rescinded the permissions to use the venue. A statement from the TTRC said: “There will be no Saith Park stage for Rally Trinidad 2014, despite all permissions being granted five weeks ago and Police and Fire Services accepting payment with receipts for Police force and Fire officers at Saith Park. The TTRC regrets to inform our rally fans of this, however plans are being made to have the Super Special finale of Rally Trinidad 2014 at ‘old’ Preysal (with the jump and loop) and then on to Mojo's Restaurant and Lounge in Chaguanas for the prize giving ceremony.”

A further 10 stages at Snake and Jack and Jill will complete the timed sections of RT14 today, but keep tuned to social media for news of the finale.



Provisional results – after SS12, Day 2
1st Neil Armstrong - BAR/Barry Ward – BAR (WRC Suzuki SX4 WRC), 1h 11m 16.51s

2nd Stuart Johnson/Lee Quesnel (Gp2-N Subaru Impreza STI N12), + 03:35.65

3rd Paul Bourne - BAR/Sean Abed – BAR (WRC Ford Focus WRC07), + 04:08.82

4th Craig Sumair/ Mathew Russell (Gp2-N Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI), + 05:35.18

5th Cristian Bourne/Jesu de Gannes (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII), + 05:48.76

6th Frank Kelly - NIR/Michael Fennell Jnr (SM6 Ford Escort MkII), + 07:43.49

7th Harold Morley - BAR/Hugh Hutchinson -JAM (Gp2-N Subaru Impreza STI N14), + 10:56.27

8th Colin Khan/Richard Ramsingh (Gp3-A Subaru Impreza), + 12:14.97

9th Ryan Peyrau/Simon Rodriquez (SM6 Suzuki Swift Sport), + 12:19.98

10th Bobby Marshall - JAM/Josh Plaza (M2 Mitsubishi Colt), + 14:40.24

11th Ryan Pinheiro/Ross Viera (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV), + 15:14.90

12th Reyaz Mohammed/Sayyad Saddiq (SM6 Mitsubishi Colt), + 15:59.09

13th Gobin Mahadeo/Chris Ackee (Gp3-A Subaru Impreza STI), + 17:52.83

14th Shelford Robinson/Rajesh Jairam (SM6 Nissan B13), + 21:32.75

15th Donald Gopaul/Randy Mohammed (SM6 Mitsubishi Lancer), + 22:58.20

16th Latiff Khan/Kurt de Freitas (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII), + 24:56.94

17th Richard Phillips/Nandallal Ramdass (SM6 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR), + 26:07.124

18th Sarah Jane Gopaul/Barry Gowandan (SM6 Mazda 323), + 26:30.50

19th Steve Ollivierre - SVG/David Jackson - SVG (Gp3-A Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII), + 27.19.37

20th Radj Pershad - SUR/Mukesh Mallian - SUR (Gp2-N Subaru Impreza STI N12), + 31:41.44

21st Winston Medford/Graveney Dindial (SM6 Toyota Corolla RunX), + 44:00.39

22nd Ishmael Khan/Michael Dinnoo (SM5 Toyota Starlet), + 46:03.82

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 Michael Knight... » March 30th, 2014, 9:58 am

Will the scheduled time of 3:00 PM be the same here?

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 30th, 2014, 10:15 am

Michael Knight... wrote:Will the scheduled time of 3:00 PM be the same here?
Scheduled start for the Preysal Super Special (which replaces the cancelled Saith Park Mayors Cup) is 4:30pm

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 30th, 2014, 11:12 am

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby gas brainz » March 30th, 2014, 11:32 am

Dat is performance:lol::lol::P:P

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Re: Rally Trinidad 2014 (The 10th Anniversary)

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 30th, 2014, 11:58 am

#rallytrinidad SS13 stage times:

Armstrong 03:35.99
P. Bourne 03:39.35
C. Bourne 03:41.79
Coelho 03:48.89
Johnson 03:44.25
Sumair 03:57.58
C. Khan 04:02.32
L. Khan 04:12.44
Morley 04:57.90
Pershad *no start time*
Mahadeo 04:32.12
Pinheiro 04:22.63
Kelly 03:47.98
Peyrau 04:08.46
D. Gopaul 04:15.40
Marshall 04:31.87
Ali 04:50.62
Mohammed 04:24.88
Sheppard 04:06.46
Phillips 04:37.79
Robinson 04:42.86
S.J Gopaul 04:59.56

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