World Rallies

Saurav Sen
07/09/2018
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  • Majo Raffo
    07/09/2018
    Sorry it took me a while to reply, the app has been a bit glitchy for me. I'm in Argentina, during the summer I spend some time in the north, right by the altiplano, and the rest of the year I'm in Buenos Aires. :)
    Fiona Easterby
    07/09/2018
    Cool, you are on our route then! Now I just need to win the competition!
    Sparky Santos
    07/09/2018
    Fiona- I voted more than once. So my kid and wife also like your bug!

    You’re welcome to post on my wall on FB - “Sparky Santos”
    Fiona Easterby
    07/09/2018
    thank you! Add me on Facebook if you like or there's a link on my car's fan page www.facebook.com/worldrallies
    Sparky Santos
    08/09/2018
    I promoted on all my social media.
    Fiona Easterby
    08/09/2018
    Brilliant, thank you!
    Fiona Easterby
    11/09/2018
    Voting is now closed! I made it through to the final 5 so a big thank you to everyone who voted! Now I have to impress at the interview stage...keep your fingers crossed for me!
    Sparky Santos
    14/09/2018
    Wish you the best!
    Fiona Easterby
    30/09/2018
    Hello!
    Fiona Easterby
    28/11/2018
    @tribe A new article for you...and also one of the jobs ;-) that's keeping me so busy at the moment. Hands up who would like to see this made, because I know I would. Much sript development and fundraising going on at the moment. Classic Minis will be the star cars but yes, my bug will be sneaking an appearance too. drivetribe.com/p/what-happened-next-HiJgvZTSQEaxQHWOp4rvbA?iid=bL3YNr1TQTOg6te4Yr6jfw
    Ben Alfthan
    28/11/2018
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    God I would give anything for some kind of adventure involving cars.. problem is I don't rate my skills very highly, nervous in heavy traffic, can't park to save my life, crap in reverse...
    Family do class me as a rally driver though lol.... would give anything to learn new skills and have the adventure of my life
    Fiona Easterby
    31/01/2019
    Nothing will build your confidence more than doing a banger rally like the Plymouth - Banjul Challenge (the one I started with) or the Mongol Rally. Driving in the likes of Omsk or Tangiers will make heavy traffic in the UK seem like nothing! Driving across the Mongolian Steppe or Sahara Desert present their own challenges but it's so freeing being off piste in the middle of nowhere with no light pollution. As for the parking, that's the easiest to deal with, once you know the theory just take yourself to a multi-storey car park when it's quiet and practice parking in the smallest space, the one between the ramp and a big concrete pillar. That's how my driving instructor taught me. He used to make me parallel park on hills too, I called him names at the time but it was useful in the long run.
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