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A great read in TRaction 335 by Lee Clarke about their entry in the Lands End-John O'Groats (LE JOG) rally in December. Renowned as the most gruelling endurance event on the UK's annual reg rally calendar (and one I've yet to attempt), this one was reported by all who took part as especially challenging, with some fiendish nav gotchas on top of the snow and ice. Well done to Lee and Alex for being among the finishers!

I enjoyed the excellent tech report on car prep, and the inevitable glitches on the road - fuel pumps, alternator, coil - show how even brand new components are liable to let you down.

Thanks Lee for an excellent article.


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Am I the only one still waiting for 335, if so I will contact the office for a copy.

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+1 great to read the experiences of the triumph participants. And what it takes to participate in this event...This also makes the membership interesting for the 'overseas'.



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Tough road rally - possibly the hardest in the UK because of the distance and the time available. A finish on LEJOG is a fair achievement, particularly if you’ve been trying hard all the way. A medal of any sort is special ! Especially in a chassis’d TR.



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