Carrick-on-Suir Wm.Loughman Forestry Rally

This weekend’s Wm Loughman rally is counting round number two of the Valvoline Forest National Rally Championship and another great event is anticipated. Organised and promoted by Carrick-on-Suir Motor Club, the rally is based in Carrick-on-Suir with the HQ at the Carraig hotel. Barry Duggan is Clerk of the Course once again and he is happy to report that all six stages are in excellent order. The 2011 rally moves from its traditional Sunday format to a "Saturday Single Day Event". Scrutiny takes place on the morning of Sat 5th and the rally action then gets underway in the afternoon. The first loop of three stages commences at 15:00 and it will be repeated under the cover of darkness from 19:00, with the winner on the podium at 20:10.



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