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Simon Nutbrown

Noisy, smelly and really exciting

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Victoria Sanderson

Presenting Keith Cronin with the trophy

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Simon Lucas

A young chap called McRae

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Tony Harris

One of the founders of Race2Recovery, Tony looks back on taking up the challenge of pulling together a plan to start rallying and the reasons for choosing the World’s toughest rally to compete in – Dakar.

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Tommy Bryce

The last section into Monte Carlo itself was a doddle after driving down through the icy hairpins. Monte Carlo Rally 1954

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Image copyright Sonja Fillingham. Bentley R-Type PLG 728 at finish of the 1953 Monte Carlo Rally. Left Pat Fillingham, Centre Mike Couper, Right Peter Tabor.

Sonja Fillingham

In 1952 my father drove in the Monte with my then fiancé, Patrick Fillingham for the first time. My Father I think rather jokingly said to Pat in the previous autumn, ‘if you come along and we win the Concord D’Elegance you can marry my daughter a month early’ and that was the deal.....

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Gerard Quinn

The Director of Ford Racing looks back over his favourite moment of F1 and of his involvement in WRC

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John Cleland

I remember going to the Royal Scottish Automobile Club in Blythswood Square which was where the Rally left from, and watching the cars heading off to Monte Carlo.

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Paddy Hopkirk

Winning the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally

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Tony Stead

RAC Rally, William Woollard & Tony Mason!

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Sally Peacock

My first live experience of rallying was on a cold November’s night in Hamsterley forest watching the 1996 Network Q RAC rally.

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Martin Peacock

Colin McRae. A few moments of his brilliance

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Louise at Monte Carlo, pace notes are everything! Image copyright www.cutiecookie.co.uk

Louise Cook

A baptism of fire and ice for Louise as she makes history at the Rallye de Monte-Carlo.

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Christopher Maw

Chris revisits a snowy Dalby Forest on a night time to watch some fantastic historic cars battle through blizzards on the Roger Albert Clark Rally

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Philip Liddle

Growing up with a father who was running a rallyschool I lived and breathed rallying when i was at school.

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Cécile Terenzi

Cécile shares some of her marshal photos from Rallye des Vallées and Rallye Terre de Provence 2005. There's a distinct lack of rain or mud to be seen, unlike the ones that will doubtless arrive from across the UK

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Ex Roger Clark & Hannu Mikkola Escort

David Higgins

David, Subaru USA Rally Driver and 2011 Rally America National Champion looks back on his first ever International rally victory.

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Chris Wise

Having missed a 1st stage split and finding himself in 77th place Chris decides to spend the rest of the day testing suspension settings which result in a remarkable comeback

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david coleman

Being introduced to Rosemary Smith at a classic car event in somerset.

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david coleman

The 2011 Roger albert clark rally, clubmans stages in scotland.

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Mark Lowe

My love for Metro 6R4's goes way back though when I first saw them on the Lombard RAC coverage in 85 and 86.

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