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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Looking back, it makes me see how privileged my Motorsport career has been. We finished the stage and surprise, surprise the rain had stopped so we headed for Jurby and Service before heading for the second loop! Stuart Egglestone and Brian Hodgson finished a really creditable 6th overall and 1st Historic in their left-hand drive 2. Saturday dawned as a bright beautiful morning, but the evidence of the previous evenings conditions was everywhere. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}We immediately decided to enter the Pokerstars Rally which would run on the 9th and 10th of November. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The final run through Orrisdale was uneventful but slippy although it claimed a number of cars including Paul McKinnon in the Buckley run R5 who was forced to retire almost in sight of the finish of the stage while running in the top 3 overall. When we set off North to Jurby for the Drivers briefing it was still dry however, after about 5 minutes in the museum the weather changed, and the promised rain arrived with a vengeance driven by gale force winds. Onwards to Stage 2, Allesley carefully, as even the main roads were flooding. We could go home! We arrived at the start of The Lhen only to be told that there had been an accident and the stage was cancelled so we would be again re-routed. The whole Island infrastructure was struggling due to the horrendous weather conditions. We set off and arrived at Stage 1, Little London which was just on the top before Druidale where the old Sheep pens used. This is it, we are not going any further we thought, after what seemed an age she fired and ran perfectly so we gingerly carried on. Unusually it started to rain again at this point! After another metres of flooded road we rounded a corner and the road was clear. There were people walking down the middle of the road through the flying finish trying to reach stranded cars. The rain started to ease as we started Stage 2 and was really fast. Even so it was interesting! On the way we passed through Kirkmichael to find the southbound TT course was closed due to accidents and flooding. Stage 3 up over Staarvey was really an anti-climax although we came across three cars stranded in a large area of standing water right on the top just before you get to Vatanens jump. About a mile further on we came across a new start line just before the Mines complex. On board I bumped into Stuart Egglestone and Brian Hodgson also going to the rally, we had good crack going over and the journey really flew. We arrived at Sartfield Hairpin just behind him. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! We drove up a river out of Glenn Maye towards the Stage Start only to find that the gap between the walls where the road should be, was full of water which seemed to go on for ever. Reminds me of competing with Colin Rowntree on 12 cars in his Tiger lookalike in the mid s! It was supposed to rain that evening then dry up before Midnight until 4pm on Friday just before the Rally was due to start. The organisers were hopeful it would all be sorted by the Rally start. The Start Marshal cautioned us that there was serous standing water on the stage, the dry Ford on Druidale proper, was just passable with extreme care, and there were a few cars stranded within the last mile of the stage from Little London in the bottom to the finish on the top. Turning right at Round Table to head towards the finish in Dalby we knew that the Fast K right in the dip, over a bridge, at the bottom had a small amount of standing water so we tried to carry as much speed as possible thru the dip, only to find that the dip was now half full of water and a Subaru Impreza that had tried the same manoeuvre but had come to grief in the wall on the outside uphill exit of the corner. Our start time was just after 8. Little London was absolute carnage with deep standing water and cars off everywhere. We had a fairly clear run through without any problems. On Thursday night it rained and rained ……and rained. We set off and arrived at Stage 1, Little London which was just on the top before Druidale where the old Sheep pens used to be. The standing water had mainly drained away leaving tree debris and mud in its place. Search for:. There was a further treacherous section towards the end of the stage, fast and steep downhill on running water into a double tightening 90 left but we already had cautioned this. Thursday early evening was Scrutineering at the Grandstand in Douglas and the heavens opened. There was TRV8 who pulled out in front of us, realised his mistake and was forced to pull off again, I believe he had drowned out a number of times already. Friday morning dawned bright and not raining, however there was standing water everywhere. We had 3 loops of 3 stages of about 21 miles per loop. This stage was cancelled again for the remainder of the event so we were rerouted to Stage 8, Orrisdale which featured the most Westerly part of the Curraghs, which would end up as the only stage run 3 times. Having competed many times on the Island with David, I was able to produce a set of descriptive pace notes for the six separate stages, to use for the reconnaissance. We were going through a particularly deep section when the MG B coughed and died! Brack-a-Broom Ford was a raging torrent, so the organisers had taken the loop out and shortened the stage with a new start. The rally had lost nearly a third of its entry in these first three stages. With the information supplied by the organisers I was also able to factor in the chicanes and artificial tightened junctions, of which there were many. We arrived back in Jurby to be told by Keith Richardson who was manning the main control that the second loop of 3 stages was cancelled. Then from Andreas village we headed to Dog Mills to start the Dog Mills Stage only to find there had been a serious accident, so the stage was cancelled. Thursday, David and I managed two passes of every stage without any really dramatic changes to the notes and were pretty happy with everything. At Brandwell we were caught and passed by an extremely rapid MK 2 Escort who was taking some big risks and nearly came unstuck about a mile further on. We arrived a bit fast sideways but managed to negotiate the hairpin while still sideways, awesome! Wednesday 7th I headed for Heysham and the 4 hour sail on the Benn-my-Cree. Our start number was 77 and we were reseeded at The first stage was The Lhen which was really fast but with some really muddy slippery corners. We managed to thread through it all and made the finish safely.