Articles tagged Terry Kaby

Page 16 of January 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, January 1991

Rally review - Lombard RAC

To casual watchers, November's Lombard RAC Rally probably seemed little changed from the previous year. Apart from a shift of headquarters from Nottingham to Harrogate, and some differences in the actual special stages used, the style was just the same. Indeed, it was as it has been for some years; stately homes and private estates on the Sunday, followed by forest roads on the weekdays. But...

Page 92 of November 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, November 2008

Fighting on the home front

Jimmy McRae never really carved out an international rally career – but he didn’t need to when the competition was so good at homeBy John Davenport To successfully take up rallying after the first flush of youth is not unknown in our sport. Eugen Böhringer did not start his career until 1958 when he was 36 years old, then went on to win the European Rally Championship and the Liège-Sofia-Liège...

Page 60 of January 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, January 1982


LOMBARD RAC RALLY sure-footed in all manner of d conditions, whilst Vatanen drove Ns Escort (right) with restraint to ta second place and the World Championship title. On the left Roger Cla watches his TV man-cum-co-driver change a wheel, and below is anoth Briton, Terry Kaby, taking his Celica to an excellent eighth place. Runni along the ditch on the far right in his Datsun Violet is the young...

Page 37 of December 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, December 1989

Track test: Seat Ibiza SXi and Daihatsu GTi Gp N

A tale of two teams By some curious coincidence two invitations arrived at the office from two new rally teams formed with a view to competing on the RAC Rally. Both were using foreign cars, and both had the support and blessing of the importer, but there the similarity ends. Martin Kernahan is the senior buyer and used car manager for Kernahan's Garages, an Austin Rover/Seat dealer. Ten years of...

Page 48 of June 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, June 1981

Around and About

Rough road enthusiasm Victor Gauntlett, already heading Aston Martin and Pace Petroleum, has a new enthusiasm in life. Recently, through the medium of Pace Petroleum he decided to back the BBC Televised Esgair Dafydd Rallysprint. Having already decided to back former British rally champion Russell Brookes in his ex-works Sunbeam Lotus, Gauntlett took in the spirit of the thing wholeheartedly and...

Page 69 of April 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, April 2003

Over crest, oversteer & over here

Today rallying's biggest names only hit Britain for one event. But the stars used to be regular visitors thanks to the British Open Championship. John Davenport recalls the days when overseas heroes played in our backyard Once upon a time, when the World Rally Championship was very young, there was a national championship that played the Prince to its King. That 'WRC 2' — as it might have been...

Page 8 of January 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, January 1990


Four-play! IN ONE of the conference rooms of Heathrow's Excelsior Airport Hotel, there was a hubbub of the kind which is common at gatherings of people who share a common interest; people of many nationalities who had assembled for a sporting purpose and who were itching to see the morning, when they would set out in pairs on their five day contest against a hundred-odd other pairs, the weather,...

Page 82 of February 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, February 1980

The Virgo Galaxy Epynt Stages Rally

Traditionally the first or last rally of the year, depending on the position of the weekend, the Virgo Galaxy Rally over the infamous Epynt ranges had to contend with Arctic conditions on Decernber 29th. Winners were Bob Fowden/Huw Jenkins in the ex-Terry Kaby TR7 V8, above, by 5 sec. from the RS 2000 of Simon Everett/Nigel Wills-Browne, below. But to keep things in perspective, the course car...

Page 61 of January 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 61, January 1983

Lombard RAC Rally

It was a great shame that an event of the calibre of the RAC Rally, and final round of the World Championship, should begin with a squabble, albeit of a domestic nature and confined to just one of the competing teams. It certainly didn't affect the rally itself, but when the outcome was announced it became a general talking point, until, that is, the first car left the start ramp on the Sunday...

Page 66 of December 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, December 1982


TONY POND (above) won his second consecutive Rally Sprint at Donington. The other British driver was Terry Kaby who drove the Toyota Celica (below, left) to a good time on the stage. Grand Prix star Derek Daly found the Talbot Sunbeam (below, right) a bit of a handful. The eight Grand Prix and rally stars line up on the Donington circuit (right) ready for the ten lap race. Pond sits on pole as...



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