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Brian Lawlor was brilliant to watch yesterday (not dead to me at all:laugh:)

I was unsure of how 4wd would suit him and I was in denial about how his rwd days would be behind him- but he was great.


However its not his driving that makes him a real and true hero in my mind- I have just read that Brian carried a tribute to two young Dublin boys who died tragically recently, it was a very sad story and with the funerals on Saturday it must be such a hard time for their family.

But for Stone Mad to remember them and pay tribute to them in such a special way was brilliant and so respectfull and fitting.


STONE MAD and your Homie Co Driver you 2 are heros real and true for that lovely memorial.

God bless the 2 wee Angels, keep Stone Mad between the ditches.
 

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Originally posted by Turbo Boost
I watched lawlor yesterday was disapointed in his preformance have to say he probaly would have finished in the same postion in his escort:eek::eek:
you must be blind the man drove a cracking rally i have had plenty time in an impreza and found it very hard to drive the evo not to mind brian coming from a 28 year old mk2 Great result brian and cracking weekend for silverstone too
5 thTrevor J H
7 thBrian lawlor
10th Eamonn Mamnagh
11th Brendan Murphy
 

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No to be fair yer man seems to be talkin about his driven

Originally posted by pcmotorsport
turbo boost you are one sick twisted person to come on here and all you can do is give your sick twisted evil opinion about brian when this post is about brian's respect about two young boys(god rest them). fair play to you brian a lovely thought.
 

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I was referring to an old thread about Brian Stone Mad


But I wanted this thread to highlight what a lovely thing he did by remembering the 2 poor young boys.

Even if he finished last in a white frontera it shouldnt matter, if you want to discuss about his driving turbo boost go right ahead- but start a thread about that, what I want to say here is what a great fella he was for doing the tribute in such a respectfull manner and not looking praise for it, so I want to praise him instead.


Any pics of his car anyone?

[Edited on 21-2-2006 by Tropsrotom]
 

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Originally posted by touch of the clutch
fair play stone mad. good people are hard found nowadays. keep her lit (ps: i miss the mk2 already when will she reappear?)
She might be goin to fivemiletown, im lookin into it at the moment!! im waiting for my engine to come back from JRE!?
 

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Fair play to Brian, very very nice gesture to remember the two boys at this time.

Brian is one of the most genuine helpfull guys you could meet out in forest rallying, and great craic as well of course.

Good result at the weekend Brian, what will you be like when you get the hang of the thing! Thanks for your kind help with Rally Idol.

Glad the MK2 isnt in a museum piece just yet!



as for the two angels "Go neiri on bothar leo"
 

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She might be goin to fivemiletown, im lookin into it at the moment!! im waiting for my engine to come back from JRE!?
might get a sail in fivemile town meself, it will be a pleasure to get shown the road by u! lol. telll jon to hurry his arse up...
 
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