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Carlisle: Revolution Wheels preview

Revolution Wheels ready for round two After mixed results on the Bulldog International Rally of Wales the Revolution Wheels backed drivers contesting the Dunlop/ Wonago.com MSA British Historic Rally Championship and the Dulux Trade MSA British...

Revolution Wheels ready for round two

After mixed results on the Bulldog International Rally of Wales the Revolution Wheels backed drivers contesting the Dunlop/ Wonago.com MSA British Historic Rally Championship and the Dulux Trade MSA British Rally Championship are ready for action on this weekend's Pirelli International Rally.

Young Irishman Alistair Fisher might have retired from the Bulldog International Rally with transmission failure but at the time he was lying second overall and still with a realistic chance of challenging for the lead. In 2009 Fisher finished the Pirelli in a highly creditable fourth overall on only his first attempt at the rally, and based on his pace on the Bulldog he will be aiming high this weekend.

Max Utting only has two International rally starts to his name after contesting the Bulldog recently, where he finished 14th overall. The only other international rally he has contested was the Pirelli International in 2009 and as such he will be hoping to use the experiences gained to duplicate his previous result, when he finished ninth overall here 12 months ago!

Former Historic Rally Champion David Stokes was an early retirement from the Bulldog Historic Rally four weeks ago. David, at the wheel of his Revolution Wheels shod Ford Escort Mk 1, will be out to get his season back on track and after finishing inside the top ten last year certainly knows all about the Kielder forests

Warren Mckiernan, Revolution Wheels Director; the Pirelli has a world wide reputation for being a tricky but very rewarding rally. Those Kielder ditches are unforgiving but all three drivers have prior knowledge of these stages and as such we are looking forward to another great event.

-source: revolution wheels

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