2005 news

MAYERS & FERRI WIN RALLY BARBADOS . . . AT LAST!

Jamaican World Rally Cars finish second and third After suffering a series of disappointments over the past three years, the Barbados crew of Roger Mayers and Max Ferri finally won the island's premier motor sport event at the weekend (May 28/29), claiming the Rally Barbados 2005 crown by a margin of more than 50 se...

FORMER WORLD CHAMPION ARRIVES IN BARBADOS

Didier Auriol is guest of honour for Rally Barbados 2005 International recognition of Rally Barbados takes on a new dimension this week, with the arrival at Grantley Adams International Airport on tomorrow afternoon's (Thursday) Virgin Atlantic flight from London Gatwick of 1994 World Rally Champion Didier Auriol. T...

RALLY CARS HELP DRIVE THE ECONOMY

Bds $2 million-plus injection from Barbados Rally Carnival When Virgin Atlantic's Boeing 747-400 from London Gatwick lands at Grantley Adams International Airport tomorrow afternoon (Wednesday), Barbados Rally Carnival 2005 will be well and truly under way . . . and, with it, another major injection of foreign excha...

ROUTE CHANGES FOR RALLY BARBADOS 2005

Fewer special stages, but a return to Turners Hall For the second successive year, the Barbados Rally Club (BRC), organiser of Rally Barbados, has revised the route of the two-day event in its continuing efforts to balance retaining the appeal of the Caribbean's premier rally to overseas competitors with the importa...

QUALITY ENTRY FOR RALLY BARBADOS 2005

'The Surfer' returns from the sea . . . but not for long Eighty-six cars appear on the entry list for Rally Barbados 2005 issued today (May 13) by the organising Barbados Rally Club (BRC) after the 4.00pm final closing date; and there is good news for local Subaru fans, as the list confirms recent widespread rumours...

HOME TEAM RALLY CARS UNDER SCRUTINY

Final preparations for Barbados Rally Carnival under way Preparations for the fifth annual Barbados Rally Carnival change up another gear on Saturday (May 14) when local competitors gather for pre-event scrutineering at the premises of McEnearney Quality in Wildey . . . the final check before the Vaucluse Raceway In...

POWER HIKE FOR STOCKDALE'S FIFTH VISIT

Finlayson calls Barbados Rally Carnival "un-missable" When crowd favourite Martin Stockdale returns from England on a Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747-400 packed with European rally teams next Wednesday, he will become the only overseas driver to have contested the Barbados Rally Carnival every year since its lau...

CARNIVAL KING RETURNS TO DEFEND TITLE

European cars in Bridgetown Port Reigning 'King of the Carnival', Austrian Ernst Harrach, will return to defend his title at this year's fifth Barbados Rally Carnival, which opens with the Vaucluse Raceway International RallySprint on May 21/22. His Porsche 911 was among the European entries which docked at the Brid...

STRONG JAMAICAN ENTRY FOR RALLY BARBADOS 2005

Ex-Sainz World Rally Cars gather in the CaribbeanThe hometeams look set to face a strong challenge in Rally Barbados 2005 withconfirmation that former Caribbean Rally Champion Doug 'Hollywood' Gore- Jamaica's most successful driver - is among the six entries from thatcountry received by event organiser, the Barbados Ra...
 
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