Kiwi’s win first Round of British Gravel Rally Championship

Photo courtesy of www.neilburgess.comThis became one of those rallies where we really had to extend ourselves to battle for position. Most corners were 2nd gear but I had pretty much figured out the best compromise between 1st and 3rd gears for the different corner degrees.

Kiwis continue fight on despite losing 2nd gear and suspension damage

Photo courtesy of www.neilburgess.comAs we grew a little more familiar with the notes we pushed on harder and found the car an absolute delight to drive.

Friday Night

Photo courtesy of www.neilburgess.comThe first two stages were short spectator stages and we struggled through them.  I (Andrew) drove the car for the very first time and the gearbox and handling were very different and we both struggled to know where we were with the Patterson Pace

Bournemouth Sunseeker Rally

Our plan for Norway escalated massively when we somewhat cheekily invited ourselves to drive the Castrol owned and Prospeed Motorsport run Ford Fiesta which is normally driven by Tony Jardine.

Photos from testing in Finland

Below are the photos from testing in Finland. We made the latest copy
of one of their leading magazines, a 1 page spread with 3 photos.



Win for Grant and Goldring

Andrew Grant and Glenn Goldring have pulled off an overall class win in Rallye Sunseeker in Bournemouth, UK by 20 seconds over 2nd place driver Steve Blunt.  The pair fresh from competing in Norway on snow on ice, had to adjust to the very different sand and gravel surfaces in Bo

Kiwis win class on SS2 of Sunseeker Rally

The Sunseeker rally started in Bournemouth tonight on a wet and windy evening. With the rally cars starting at 30sec intervals, two special stages started on the streets of Bournemouth before turning onto the promenade and racing along beach line.

Kiwi’s return to European rally action

Following the completion of last weekends WRC Rally of Norway by Auckland pair Andrew Grant and Glenn Goldring, this weekend they start at event in the UK (23-24 February 2007).

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