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So 2013 is nearly gone, and our bumper Double Christmas issue is out and available now...
LUCKY 2013 - We reflect on the action we have seen in the last twelve months.
The action packed Mega issue contains no less than 12 Championship Reviews as well as 16 Rally reports, along with a Special feature on the legend that is Paddy Hopkirk and the 1964 Monte Carlo rally. In this we look back over fifty years when the man from Northern Ireland took the win, and the world sat up and took notice of not only the Mini but the gentleman that drove 33 EJB.
Martin Holmes looks back at the recent Wales Rally GB where by all accounts the new improved event was a success. We have our report too on the final round of this years World Championship that was based this year in North Wales, along with the Two and Three Day Clubmen Rally GB events.
We look back at the Galloway Hills, Cambrian Rally as well as the Down Rally with in depth reports on each. Martin Walsh brings us his report on the Fastnet rally where Denis Cronin took victory. Then there was the final round of the British Rally Championship, Rallye Sunseeker where it all went down to the wire, and while Osian Pryce took his third win in a row, the title went to the very impressive Jukka Korhonen in the Citroen DS3.
The RAC Rally gets better every year, and this years was no exception with the action happening right up to the end where Yorkshire legend Steve Bannister took victory.
We look back at the Mintex BHRC and the Sunseeker where Dessie Nutt took the win in Category One, Richard Hill in Category Two and Gareth James in Category Three, as well a report on the Kingdom Stages where Alistair Inglis took the win in his Mitsubishi.
We look back at the TROA Irish Tarmac Championship, where victory went to Garry Jennings, and Stephen Wright took the spoils in Gp N. We look back at the BRC too, where on of the stars of the year was Monaghan’s Daniel McKenna. We tackle the Scottish Championship as well, with a look back at the action where David Bogie took title number five. There is a comprehensive look back at the Dunlop Irish National title as well, where Declan and Brian Boyle claimed the spoils for this year. This months issue has loads more reviews of all the leading championships, but we cant tell you all of them, we would not want to spoil the surprise in this issue.
We have Craig Breens column as well, where he has had a season of two halves as he calls it, and his on going work with Peugeot on the 208 T16, along with some ideas for Christmas in our Gift Guide.
Whatever, there is a lot to keep you entertained in this double issue, which we hope you will enjoy, and all that remains is for all of us here at Pacenotes Rally Magazine to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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