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Following a number of recent meetings with Ian A Dixon, the ANECCC Secretary, and Steve Petch, ANECCC the Stage Rally Championship sponsor, it has been decided that I shall continue as joint Co-ordinator for 2015. Ian will be the other joint co-ordinator for 2015.
Ian very kindly offered his services and it is due to the encouragement from Steve and Ian that I have agreed to continue for 2015. I’m sure Ian and I will work well together to provide competitors with a new and attractive championship.
Ian will attending the Malton Stages in a number of roles and will be glad to meet and talk with any of you regarding any topic concerning the championship.
Ian’s contact phone numbers are: (H) 0191.373.1872 (M) 07581 685887
His email address is email@example.com
Steve Petch is providing one of his 4×4 rally cars as an expenses paid ‘Prize Drive’ to the winning 2014 championship driver to drive on The 2015 Jack Frost Stages. Steve Bannister is also providing a ‘Prize Drive’ for the winning co-driver by competing on the same event. A most unique and entertaining conclusion to the championship…
Additionally Ian and I wish to thank Steve Petch for his continued support of the championship and we all look forward to working together again in 2015.
We have now reached the planning stage for the 2015 championship.
During 2014 there have been concerns expressed by registered, and also from non-registered competitors, that the total number of rounds for the 2014 championship was too many.
In response to this it has been decided that the number of rounds for 2015 will be reduced.
The total number of rounds for 2014 is 15, with 8 scores to count.
The total number of rounds for 2015 will now be 10, with 6 scores to count towards the overall championship.
It is felt that by reducing the total number of rounds the championship may become more attractive again and hopefully draw more registrations in 2015.
As a result of the reduction in qualifying rounds it means that some events which are included in 2014 will not be part of the 2015 championship. Therefore we’d like to take this opportunity and thank all the events’ organizing teams collectively, including marshals, medical teams, radio crews, etc. for their involvement over the past years and wish them all good luck for the future.
A final decision regarding which events are to be included in the 2015 championship will be made shortly.
Posted in Bulletins on: November 5th, 2014
Teesside businessman Peter Stephenson and co driver Ian Windress were in action over both days of the Pirelli Carlisle RB Foundation Rally last weekend when they came away with a double podium on the various events that supported the British Rally Championship.
Driving the Able UK-backed Ford Focus WRC, the pair followed up a second place in Saturday’s National Rally with third place in Sunday’s event to add to their successes this season. In the Historic class, Thirsk driver Tom Hewick and co driver Mick Johnson from Pickhill brought their Ford Escort Mk2 home in fourth position in class with Morton on Swale’s Charlie Taylor and Pickering co-driver Steve Bielby claiming seventh in their similar car.
Thirsk co driver Charlotte Banner was in action in the British Championship with Chris Wheeler but a problem on SS1 in their Ford Fiesta MS1 set the scene for the day and they retired later in the event after going off the road. There was frustration also for Ripon’s Matthew Robinson who along with Helperby co driver Nigel Hutchinson were excluded from Saturday’s Historic event on a technicality but bounced back to claim fourth overall and a class win on Sunday’s National event.
Written by Larry Carter
Posted in Pirelli National Rally on: May 22nd, 2014
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