This certainly didn’t worry them as they soon had the car up into the top ten and three fastest stage times through the day saw them finish the day in sixth overall and first in class. They also showed great pace and consistency throughout the event with every stage time being in the top three. Images copyright RallySport Media. After a cautious first day in the slippery conditions they spent Sunday climbing up through the field and they eventually finished in a respectable 16th place overall. They gradually made their way up the the time sheets and eventually came home safely on sunday evening in 22nd place. The car and crew show some great promise and speed and we look forward to seeing more top results from Kevin in the future.

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They were up to second overall before problems on the last stage dropped them down the order where they eventually finished in sixth place overall and second in class. They ended the day in 9th overall and they won their class by over a minute! David and his co driver Richard Suter had a good first rally in the car, taking it steady, learning how the car performs.

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Again they were the highest placed two wheel drive car finishing in seventh overall and first in class. Well done to John fally Gwynfor for a fantastic result, hopefully there will aan many more! John Dalton and Gwynfor Jones were on the pace right from the start setting top times. Rali Cwm Gwendraeth Geoff Roberts and Terry Martin had a few problems later on Saturday and slipped down the order to eventually finish in 5th rall overall.


Gareth Richards and Ian Jones had a couple of slower stages on old tires in the middle of the day which probably hurt their chances of a win somewhat but they still managed third place overall, not far behind Dave Morgan and Alan Thomas, to lock out the top three. Toyota Harlech Rally Image Copyright RallySport Media. Not bad after a three year break away from the stages. This time, however, a Darrian was going to win laan event but which one? Kevin Gallagher and Gerard Callaghan were also showed promising speed on saturday morning but problems for them half way through the day saw them drop away.

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Image copyright John Gorton. Glyn Memorial Rally The Wexford rally got off to a oldfirld wet start on Saturday but the rain certainly didn’t dampen the excitement of the day.

The Corbeau Seats rally was also a huge success. Well done to James Stafford for his performance on yesterdays Fastnet Stages rally. As is often the case on Epynt the first stages were damp and very slippery and as the day went on the roads did dry out a little bit. The times were incredibly close at the top and at one point Joshua and Tamsyn were up to second overall.


It was an Epynt weekend though, so it didn’t.

Unfortunately there was no battle the next day as Kiernan and O’Brien slid off the road in the morning leaving Dalton and Jones to take two wheel drive honours finishing third overall.

Donals family were there at the prize giving evening to see John recieve the trophy. Perhaps we can re-create alab fantastic photo with the Darrian! The event took on a new form this year with some stages at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells but with the majority taking place up on the Epynt Ranges as usual. Not bad for the first go in a new car.

Next year hopefully it will be John Dalton and Gwynfor Jones on the top step! Image copyright RallySport Media. Well done to both for another great result.

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Copyright Islwyn’s Motorsport Photography. Thier pace was definitely promising for future events. Images Copyright Thomas Furlong. Mach 1 Stages Images Copyright Geoff Bengough. Ian Barrett was back in a Darrian again but this time with Millington power.