year's Brean Rally winner Peter Lloyd leads the event on day one
Lloyd and Carl Sorenson are on course to become the first team
to win the Brean Rally for four years in a row.
speedy duo were leading the rally at the end of Saturday's first
day of racing at Brean Leisure Park in their Subaru Impreza.
of the weekend's 12 stages were completed on Saturday and the
duo have opened up a 49 second margin over second-placed Karl
Broad and Roger Grant in their Subaru Impreza.
minutes behind in third place are Theo Bengry and Les Fosbrook
in their Focus WRC.
Conditions were sunny and dry for Saturday's action. However,
several cars fell by the wayside due to mechanical failures.
them was Steve Furzeland and Yvonne Furzeland's Subaru
Impreza, which suffered a broken prop shaft, prompting
The action resumes on Sunday at 10am with a further six stages
on the final day of racing.
Leisure Park is hosting the 16th annual K&R Mitsubishi Stages
Rally. Gates open at 8.30am and the action will start at 10am.
Entry is £5 (accompanied children under 12 will be admitted
free) and car parking will be £5.
rally is supporting two organisations, Dorset and Somerset Air
Ambulance and specialist motor sport rescue unit West Country
Top, leading racer Peter
Lloyd and above Stewart Wood in action
John Allard hitting the brakes while negotiating a sharp bend
Still smiling despite a disappointing day - Steve Furzeland
Matthew Stoneman in action with Brent Knoll in the background