Tuesday 16 August 2011

Spookworks back in the lead after Round 4!

Spookworks are pleased to announce that they are back in the lead of the RAFMSA Rally Drivers Championship after Round 4.

Despite missing Round 3 and having to play a substitute, 3 points separates us from our old sparring partner Phil Bruce who sadly retired from the Richard Burns Memorial Rally with a broken diff.  While we are disappointed to take the lead due to Phil's misfortune - mechanical failure at can strike at any time - to anyone!

But we all know Phil will come back stronger and faster than ever.

Spookworks is also 4th in the Co-drivers Championship despite only 2 scoring rounds  but with 2 to go we are expecting a strong finish to the season.

Full Richard Burns Rally Report to follow very very soon....

Monday 15 August 2011

Latest Rally Pics now in the gallery!


The latest pics from Spookworks latest rally - The Richard Burns Memorial Rally - are now in the gallery.  Click PHOTO from the homepage or click here

Rally report to follow very soon....

Breaking News - Spookworks 8th in class and 24th overall in RBMR

Great news from the Richard Burns Memorial Rally - Spookworks has successfully finished and amongst heavyweight competition including THE Mini Cooper Works WRC achieved a magnificent 8th in class and 24th overall to retake the lead in the RAF Rally Championship.

More to follow....

Friday 5 August 2011

Spookworks enter the 2011 Woodbridge Stages

Spookworks can confirm that we have now entered the Woodbridge Stages for 2011 to replace the Tyneside Stages in the RAF Rally Championship. 
 See Woodbridge website here for more details.  

Wednesday 3 August 2011

Spookworks seeded at 66 for Richard Burns Memorial Rally

Seedings for the Richard Burns Rally were released today with Spookworks seeded 66th in a field of 131.  With the car still in the hands of Roger Clark Motorsport the team are raring to get their hands on the car to finish final preparations for the weekend.  A total of 7 RAF crews have entered the event making it the largest turn out for the year to date.  The Spookworks crew will have their work cut out as well with no fewer than 22 runners in their class including more than just a few ex WRC machines.  The crew finished a strong 4th in class last year but this year is a whole new story.  Could Spookworks have a few tricks up their sleeve?  Have they shaken off the bad luck that saw them withdraw prematurely from the Tyneside....?

11 days to go and we will find out!

For more details on the event click here