News from 2011
Challenging end to the BTRDA season18/10/2011 The 56th running of the North Wales Car Club (NWCC) Cambrian Rally attracted over 120 crews from throughout Britain along with French rally driver Laurent Fouques. Heavy rain throughout the week leading up to the rally and on the day of the event meant muddy and slippery conditions in the classic forestry stages of Penmachno, Clocaenog and Alwen. Of the cars that started, over a quarter never reached the finishing line at Llandudno and those that did had enduring tales of adventure to tell.
Leading rally stars fight for top honours04/10/2011 And the reintroduction of the iconic Marine Drive stage around the Great Orme, which will also be used on Wales Rally GB when it starts in Llandudno in November, adds an extra dimension to the North Wales Car Club organised event which starts on Llandudno promenade at 8am on Saturday and takes in classic special timed stages in the Penmachno and Clocaenog forests before returning to the finish on the promenade in the late afternoon.
WRC Car for Tom Cave on the Cambrian21/09/2011 Having effectively clinched the Production Cup and Junior Driver awards in the 2011 BTRDA rally championship, teenage rally driver Tom Cave will embark on arguably the biggest challenge of his rallying career next month, as he competes in the series finale, the Cambrian Rally, at the wheel of a World Rally Car. The opportunity to enter the event in the Mitsubishi Lancer WRC presented itself and, as Tom admits, was far too good a chance to pass up.
Entry from Project Mobility18/08/2011 They are competing a Land Rover Freelander under the Project Mobility banner and say they are looking forward to the experience which they hope will help them achieve a good result in Wales Rally GB. The Cambrian Rally offers the team a challenging insight into what the Wales National GB will throw at the team. "It's an exciting opportunity to test the car and meet some of the many crews that compete at such a high level. We are very grateful to the organisers for welcoming the team with open arms" said team principal, Stefan Povolotsky.
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