rallyist


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rallyist

(ˈrælɪɪst)
n
(Motor Racing) motor racing a person who participates in motor rallies
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The seasoned rallyist looked quite disappointed as a technical glitch hampered his chances to take the honours for the second consecutive day in the Oman International Rally (OIR) yesterday.
It's packed with archive films and men recalling the thrill of driving Healeys, Triumps, MGs and Jaguars, plus rallyist Pat Moss - sister of Stirling.
A total of 12 cars took part and among the entrants was OmanAAEs top rallyist Nizar al Shanfari, who crashed out after the second round.
The four-wheel drive car emerged in the early 1970s as an oddity, an answer to the needs of the European rallyist who was faced with running full-out down dirt roads in all kinds of weather.
The mountains and valleys make it very interesting rally to participate," said the champion Emirati rallyist.
After a two-week drive from Moscow to Ulan Bator, Mongolia, (the same distance from Alaska to the Panama Canal) Rod Millen and co-driver Richard Kelsey - both New Zealand-born rallyists now living in the United States, reached the finish in the capital of Mongolia earlier today, and the challenge for both man and machine impressed the veteran rallyist.
My father, Yahya Bel Helei, was a renowned rallyist in UAE.
Being a racing aficionado and someone who grew up idolising legendary Finnish rallyist Hannu Mikkola, Singhania knows the level of fitness required to be able to drive a sleek machine like the Ferrari 458, and he has set his sight on competing in Europe's Ferrari Challenge.
Rallyist, stunt driver, drift champion and television personality Tanner Foust will help host the Ford Focus Global Test Drive event, Feb.