Rallye Ronde Limousine

3rd June 2011 - 4th June 2011

Event Updates

  • 24th Overall and R2 Winners

    As the final stage was cancelled Craig has claimed 24th overall and is the takes the Class R2 Winner.
  • 24 th after SS5

    After the penultimate stage, Craig has moved up to 24th overall. One more pass over the mammoth 47.3 stage
  • Stage 4 update

    Word coming from Limousin, Stage 4 has been cancelled. 10 cars posted times, Craig still remains 36th overall. On the first stage of the day he took over the lead in the R2 Class. Two more runs are scheduled for this afternoon, more news as it comes in
  • SS3 Craig on the Move

    Craig sets 28:30.5 for the 47.3kms and moves from 41st to 36th. More times still to come in so his placing is not official. Next stage is away at 11.46 cet and is the second run of this Monster Test.
  • Day two is Live

    The first pass over the 47.3kms of Ronde de Vassiviere has started. Number one car on the road: Dany Snobeck in a Citroen C4 posted 25.22:9 for the test. To put this stage in perspective "It's more than twice the lenght of Molls Gap".
  • Craig 41st Overnight

    After the short Super Special, Ville de Limoges 2.34km Craig remains in 41st position overnight. 4 stages makeup the second days action on day two but it's not any ordinary 4 stages as the 47.31kms of Ronde de Vassiviere is repeated 4 times. Stage 3 gets away at 09.03hrs local time.
  • 41st on SS1

    After been seeded 136 for the event Craig has jumped to 41st on the opening Route de Limoges 23.09km stage
  • SS 1 is Live

    Times starting to come in for the first stage.
  • Friday morning France

    Craig continues his Tarmac testing this weekend as he takes on Rallye du Limousin. The event starts this evening with two stages and resumes tomorrow with a further four. Craig is currently at shakedown and after carrying out his recce yesterday reports the stages are Super Fast, with a 48km test, "Which is Mega!" The action gets underway this evening with the opening 23km stage beginning at 17.48 hrs. This is followed by the short Super Special Stage at 19.00 hrs and is 2.34kms. Tomorrow is a big day with stage 3 starting at 09.03 hrs. This is the Mega! Ronde Vassiviere Stage and is 47.31 kms. This is then repeated three more times over the course of Saturday.

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