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4WDNI TRial events coming up

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4WDNI TRial events coming up

Postby CJ on Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:58 am

These are for non-road going vehicles with roll protection and harnesses but these events are slower than the looney-tune Comp-Safaris.

I don't really get much free time and so I don't go to these events often but they are great fun if you're free to go spectate.

Sunday 4th May - Hoggs (Directions TBC)

Sunday 1st June - Churchtown. (From Cookstown take Draperstown/Loughfea Road approx. 1.3 miles turn right for Churchtown (Drumgrass Road) approx 1.1 miles turn left into Churchtown Road – approx 1.7 miles straight through Churchtown turn right into Dirnan Road – approx 1 mile turn left into a NO THROUGH ROAD. Continue to end of road, past farm yard and onto a lane. This lane will take you to the site )
Cheers

CJ
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