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November Issue (117) On Sale Now
Our November issue is out now folks, and a word of warning. It’s kinda packed with news, reports and features.
Our cover features three recently crowned Champions with Garry Jennings, Mick O’Brien and David Bogie.
We have our usual news round up, with the likes of the Saucy Rally Chicks Calendar, Fran Richley and Action-Art and David Carney and his nomination for the Billy Coleman award.
Garry Jennings took the Irish Tarmac title for 2013 with a good finish in Cork, where Darragh O Riordan claimed the victory. Roy White grabbed the National win, in his MG Rover S2000.
Pacenotes Rally Magazine ventured to Rallyday at Castle Coombe where we met loads of readers and fans on our stand. We also happened to bump into Sebastian Ogier too, who was one of the stars of the day.
Martin Holmes looks back at Rallye France and the departure of one of the legends of rallying over the last 10 odd years. Sebastian Loeb bid farewell, as a multiple World Rally Champion and we saw the continued domination of Sebastian Ogier where he was crowned 2013 World Rally Champion. Martin also looks back in time at Wales Rally GB, and fondly remembers performances by the late Colin McRae and Richard Burns that goes nicely with our in depth Wales Rally GB feature.
We look at the launch of Kevin O’Driscoll’s book, the long awaited The West Cork Rally – A History. Launched on the 21st of September, it was attended by Ari Vatanen, Billy Colman and Brian Crowley MEP for Munster.
We have an in-depth report on Rallye De France where as mentioned earlier Ogier took the title, and Loeb said goodbye. Thierry Neuville continued to raise his profile with another fine performance.
As usual we feature a plethora of Rally reports, with the likes of the Germaines of Baltinglass GSMC Mini Stages Rally, the Colin McRae Stages Rally where David Bogie took a fifth Scottish Rally title. We have a mammoth report on the Trackrod Forest Stages Rally, as well as the Clare Stages Rally, where Donagh Kelly led from start to finish.
Osian Pryce took the win on the Trackrod Rally in Yorkshire, as the British Rally Championship now heads to Rallye Sunseeker for a superb finale, and we have an in depth report from the forests of Yorkshire.
The Tour of Mull was won by John MacCrone in the M-Sport Fiesta, but was noted for some super performances by Peter Taylor in his Ford Focus WRC.
We could tell you more of what is in this months packed issue, but that would not be fair, as we need to let you see some of it yourselves.
One thing is for sure; you really do NOT want to miss our November issue.