After the fun of the morningâ€™s action, deciding what to do with the afternoon wasnâ€™t so easy.
I didnâ€™t want to risk the long hike back to SS14 for tarmac shots.Â SS16 didnâ€™t start until about half an hour before sunset, so that only left SS15.Continue Reading →
I really wanted to pack one more special stage of the Cyprus Rally 2010 into the day, so after my tarmac experience with the first pass of the Agioi Vavatsinias stage, I studied the map carefully to find another way in for its afternoon re-run.Continue Reading →
For the afternoonâ€™s three special stages of the first day of the Cyprus Rally 2010 I tried to find different positions to get variety into my pictures.
The first afternoon stage â€“ SS5 Kalavassos 2 â€“ yielded a brilliant position. And it fell right into my lap.
I was driving the main road parallel to [...]Continue Reading →
After watching the majority of the cars pass through SS2 â€“ Kalavassos 1 I headed up further into the hills to watch SS4 – Agioi Vavatsinias 1 – 17.31 km of winding mountain track.Continue Reading →
Day one of the FxPro Cyprus Rally 2010 started out for me at the first ‘real’ special stage, SS2 Kalavassos 1.
I was out of the house at sunrise to drive to the special stage, it being about 100 mins drive from home.Â The low early morning light was perfect as I walked in from [...]Continue Reading →
Sorry for the very poor quality (especially of day 1), but at last the organisers have published some maps of where the special stages of the Cyprus Rally 2010 will be run.
No big surprises over the route – but it’s a bit disappointing the tracks of Paphos Forest aren’t seeing much action this year.Continue Reading →
Forty-two cars are set to contest the final round of the 2010 Intercontinental Rally Challenge in CyprusÂ this week.
The FxPro Cyprus Rally, which also counts as the penultimate round of the Middle East Rally Championship, is based in Limassol from November 4-6 and uses mixed-surface stages.Continue Reading →
Hot from an unofficial source is the full itinerary of the 2010 Cyprus Rally.Continue Reading →
Half way through the 2010 Middle East Rally Championship Nasser Al-Attiyah is the defending Middle East Rally Championship (MERC) Champion (and Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC) driver.
Nasser Al-Attiyah is currently sitting third on the MERC leaderboard – 8 points off the lead.Continue Reading →