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20130615_145145_19We were approached at Factory (The Gallery HQ) last year by a friend and client looking for some support for their amateur rallying endeavours. Nine months ago, emblazoned with our Factory ID and those of their other supportive fans,  the yellow nova took a rather quick detour into the railings on the avenue stage of the Jersey Rally, much to the delight of the on-looking spectators!

This year the the front of the car has been replaced and she was ready to race again in the L’etacq Attack rally. Up until the last stage the team were running second in class. However, a loose clutch cable that decided to separate itself from the car and put pay to any chance of a second place finish.  Even so, they revved past the finish line stuck in second and after a quick fix at the side of the road she made it back without any penalties.

Euan Dangerfield and Paul Coleshill would like to thank all of their sponsors; Factory, Le Gallais Self Storage, Bracken Rothwell Chartered Accountants and Corporate Parking who help them run and also a big thank you to all those that were involved in the event, whether it was organising, marshalling or sponsoring as without you rallying wouldn’t take place on this island.

Keep an eye out and cheer for them at the Jersey Rally and hopefully we will make it into the lanes this time.

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