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I would just like to thank everyone involved in running the Ulster Rally, over the weekend has to been one the best ran rally I ever done Alan Elliot and Plunket O Boyle done a super job running the NATIONAL event . Many thanks to those involed and other clubs take Note .......

What do other compeitors think and spectators
 

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Was the best organised rally this year, no question of it. Even look at the time between the International & National, not much waiting, no question of spectators getting restless. Hats off to everyone running the rally, maybe they should give a lesson to other clubs running rallies at Easter
 

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Very well organised event, unfortunately we retired on saturday mornin, the rescue /recovery plans and rallytrak etc all worked well on the event, We had about 5 marshalls helping us to change a ball joint!!!!
Went spectating for the rest of the day and the stages were very well ran, thoroughly enjoyable.
Well Done the Genie!!!!!!!
 

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Originally posted by GKnight
What happened JP. I noticed she seemed to have a miss or something when you went by where I was on Ivy Hill
it was missing on stage 9 but that wasnt a big problem it was a loose plug lead we went outta the rally when the balljoint sheered off it didnt pull outta the wishbone but actually sheered off up in the hub, thankfully it happened on a really slow junction and didnt damage the car or crew, it could be a million times worse it could of happened at speed, that was the last rally for me for a long time as i am taking a break to concentrate on my new business:cool:
 

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Recovery,
Was that you that drove into Justin Dale. The old eyesight must be gettin bad when you miss a brightly colured Fiesta :)

Or .... were you racing him up to the corner, and he got stopped before you - my da says the brakes on them big Transits were just never as good as the Super 1600 kit cars :p
 

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Originally posted by Recovery
@ jp ruth

was a pleasure to help, and good to see someone who's car wasn't a ball of scrap!!!

good luck with the new business, and look forward to seeing you on a stage in the future ok
RECOVERY, thank you so much for the help on friday night on the road side beside the spec stage, your tools, lights etc and also the repair to one of my service crews arm:eek::eek::eek:, at least we fixed one thing, again thanks, see you all soon.

Would also like to thank everyone involved in running a super event (that was 2 stages for me), went and watched on sat brilliant timed event, no hanging about.:cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:

[Edited on 7-9-2005 by madrallysport]
 

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Was great to meet some fellow forum members and finally get to put a face to the names!!!!
Hope to see ye again soon, madrallysport and Recovery..........well maybe not you Recovery!!!! Thanks again to you and your team for the help Saturday mornin.
madrallysport, sorry to hear your event didn't last very long!!!!
 
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