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 2010 Event News

Ok I admit.. I totally forgot about the event this year until the last minute.. Apologies for this. Hopefully I'll be on the ball in 2011

Managed to find my way to Scrutineering, SS1 and SS2 at Cooper park then a quick trip out to SS5 at balloch for a few cars before the stage was cancelled due to an accident!

Bit late how but here are the stages for the 2010 event:

Stage Title Time
SS1 Cooper Park 1 (map) 9:33
SS2 Cooper Park 2 (map) 9:39
SS3 Tauchers Wood 10:28
SS4 Non Spectator Stage  
SS5 Balloch 12:43
SS6 Gartly Moor 13:36
SS7 Non Spectator Stage  
SS8 Whiteash 16:31

 

Official Safety Information can be found here:
http://www.speyside-stages.co.uk/Spectator%20Safety.pdf

Thanks,
Alan Addison, ScoUK.net

 

 2010 Speyside-Stages - Stage Details

Scrurineering, Friday 6pm -> 9pm approx At McRae and Dick Elgin!

Stage Title Time
SS1 Cooper Park 1 (map) 9:33
SS2 Cooper Park 2 (map) 9:39
SS3 Tauchers Wood 10:28
SS4 Non Spectator Stage  
SS5 Balloch 12:43
SS6 Gartly Moor 13:36
SS7 Non Spectator Stage  
SS8 Whiteash 16:31

Please do NOT attempt to go along to any of the non spectator stages!! Any spectators found at Non spectator stages risk canceling the stage. Please don't cancel the rally!!

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