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Archive for January, 2012

London to Cape Town: Day 15 Catch-Up

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

By John Glynn. Pics by Gerard Brown I’m just back from three blurry days in Ireland on my little brother’s stag do. Hayden sent me a quick text on Friday by way of update, but this is the first chance I’ve had to blog it. Not heard much since, no doubt due to communication network [...]

London to Cape Town Day 11: Bad Timing

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

By John Glynn. Photos by John Bayliss from Car 37: Volvo 144 The organisers say Day 9 of the 2012 London to CapeTown was the most physically demanding day so far, after so many crews became stuck in the soft sand of the first desert section in Egypt. The ferry that night took them into [...]

London to Cape Town Day 9: In the Sand

Monday, January 9th, 2012

By John Glynn  -  Photos by Gerard Brown I’ve been ploughing through a ton of work all weekend while the 2012 London to Capetown Rally was at sea. Today was their first day racing and they moved from paved European roads to sand, with the inevitable consequences of folks getting stuck and quite a few [...]

London to Cape Town Day 6: More Scalps Claimed

Friday, January 6th, 2012

by John Glynn – pics by Gerard Brown Day 6 of the London CapeTown was always going to be tough. Here’s Hayden’s first text: Brilliant morning. “Digger” the goat 912 clambered through the mud of the first World Cup section of the morning. Lots of cars were stuck and collected a lot of time penalties. [...]

London to Cape Town 2012: End of Day 5

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

by John Glynn – pics by Gerard Brown Day 4 of the 2012 London to Cape Town World Cup Rally took the competitors from Florence to Ancona for the ferry to Greece: 300 kilometres, including stages. Day 5 brings the rally from the port of Igoumenitsa to Kamena Vourla in central Greece: a total day’s [...]

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