WRC » IRC: No Rally of Scotland in 2012

Andrew Coe: It is with a very heavy heart we have had to take this course of action for 2012...

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Oldfenboy - Unregistered

November 07, 2011 1:23 PM

Very sad for British Rallying. This years Scottish Rally cover on Eurosport prioduced some of the best rallying on television this year. The IRC has become a superb series which will hopefully continue to grow in strength. A chance to see some brilliant forest stages being attacked by some very promising drivers like Mikelson, Neuville, Wilks etc. A sad end that will hopefully soon be reversed


November 07, 2011 1:31 PM

Not good for the series, as the WRC has already taken the Monte Carlo Rally back, and that was the highlight of the IRC for the past three years. This will not help at all.

Is Peugeot staying in the series for next year?

exmarshal - Unregistered

November 08, 2011 10:40 PM

so difficulty finding marshals is being cited as reason for asking for a date change.
WHAT A SURPRISE when organisers treat the volunteers with contempt and show them no consideration

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