Rally Isle of Man: More than 100 crews complete 200 mile rally

British teenager Arron Newby became the youngest winner of Rally Isle of Man - in the event's 50th year. The 18-year-old from Carnforth and co-driver Rob Fagg won the Manx International Rally section of the event by more than two minutes.
Ryan Barrett and Isle of Man co-driver Paul McCann (MkII Ford Escort) swept to a comfortable victory on the historic Rallee Classicagh section of the race. The pair finished more than three minutes ahead of David Stokes and Guy Weaver in second.
Pat Bettridge and Paul Gelling (Subaru) won the Manx Trophy Rally by a huge margin of 7 minutes 46.6 seconds from runners-up Wayne Ellis and Sarah Harbour. Stephen Bettridge and Michael Keig finished third.
The rally's opening stage provided great excitement for spectators with pairs of cars racing side-by-side along Harris promenade in Douglas.
More than 100 crews completed the 192-mile event held over stages across the Isle of Man.
The Manx event is part of the Irish Historic Tarmac Rally Championship and a crucial double-points scorer for the Manx Rally Championship.

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