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Is there a two wheel drive driver quicker than Paul Barrett in the Outdoor Services Banagher Rally Time Trial?

The Banagher Rally Time Trial is being held on Saturday 27th August, and Magherafelt & District Motor Club have announced details of this years event.
Now in its fourth year this years event is shaping up to be the best yet. Three times 2wheel drive winner Paul Barrett intends to be back to defend his title along with the 2004 4wheel drive winner Seamus Donnelly in the Outdoor Services sponsored Evo.
MADMC intend the run a 3.5ml stage with one controlled practice run and 4 timed runs with the entry fee held at £115 for the third year running.
Round five of the Caulfield Insurance MADMC Club Championship and round 4 of The Glenview Trophies Rally Time Trial Challenge the 60 places on offer are sure to fill up quickly.

Regulations and entry forms will be available shortly, so watch this space.
 

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Banagher, Burgers & Bangers
Saturday 27th August 2005

Its that time of the year again when Magherafelt & District Motor Club are preparing for the increasingly popular Outdoor Services Banagher Rally Time Trial. Now in its 4th year, the organisers have endeavoured to make this one the best yet, a 3.5 mile stage starting from the paddock end of Banagher, a revised path to the spectators’ favourite spot, the spectacular jump, making it even easier for family, service crew and spectators to access the stage safely.

The event once again will be sponsored by Outdoor Services from Magherafelt, and The MountView Restaurant Derrynoid.

Outdoor Services are a civil engineering and ground works company formed in 1998 by brothers Martin and Noel Downey, with the company providing a highly skilled workforce to carry out all ground works and civil engineering contracts, ranging from earthmoving, kerbing, paving, drainage and concrete floors.

The Mountview Restaurant will again be the venue for the prize-giving bar-be-que and the fun evening for all the family. The social committee of the club are working away to arrange all types of entertainment to keep young and old happy at the end of the event. This increasing popular end to the event is open to all, so why not come along for the burgers and bangers and let your hair down as your children will almost certainly enjoy themselves.

One practice run and 3 timed runs are planned, 4 if time permits, giving a total mileage of 17.5 miles. Entry fee for the event has been held at £115 to include your bar-be-que at the prize-giving.

Regulations are available to download from www.magherafeltmotorclub.co.uk. Further event information will become available shortly.
 

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Over 40 entries received to date, some notable names including Seamus Donnelly, Johnny McKenna, Eoin McErlean, Conor Kelly, Seamus McConell, Gary Price, Frank Kelly to name a few, anyone one thinking of doin Banagher better be quick and get theirs in.

If your not in you can't win.

www.magherafeltmotorclub.co.uk
 

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ab," four runs if time permits" are you insured for four runs if that is not stated on your regs.Cant imagine you can just fire on another run.
 

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If Vivian Hamill is doing it in his new car he will give Barrett a right run for it heard him of the start line of stage 1 of the dogleap and it was just unreal.
 

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seen it to, its a work of art. you could stand and cream over that millington for hours. hear its got 285bhp , hamill will ring its neck. anybody know who built it? they did a great job.:):)
 

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seen it to, its a work of art. you could stand and cream over that millington for hours. hear its got 285bhp , hamill will ring its neck. anybody know who built it? they did a great job.:):)
Think it was Ali Burrows that built, its perfect, better than a works one!!!:):):)
 

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seen it to, its a work of art. you could stand and cream over that millington for hours. hear its got 285bhp , hamill will ring its neck. anybody know who built it? they did a great job.:):)
wot happend to him in dogleap..howed he finish
 

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head thru claudy and on into feeny. at bottom of hill on feeny main st turn right for draperstown. straight thru cross roads bout half mile down road, and that takes you right over the mountain.

keep goin for a good few miles, then you'll start to see banagher creeping up on your left. you'll get to a point where there are no trees on your immediate left but you can see right into the forest from the road.

just before a crest and sq left thru a bridge there's a forest gate before the trees start again

you'll see the cars parked up on the left. thats a good spectating spot as it takes you right down to the jump.
walk from the gate and go right, down off the road over the moss and after bout 50 yards you'll see the stage.

there'll be plenty of photographers and spectators there if you're unsure where to go.

it'll take ya bout half an hour maybe more to get there.

enjoy!
 
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