2010 Organisation of Mull Rally was taken on by Mull Car Club, led by Steve Davies as Clerk of the Course.
In the beautiful sunny and dry conditions, Iain Campbell reckoned he was 20seconds per stage quicker that the previous year, but was twenty places further down the leader board because of the conditions.
2009 The Tobermory stages were back, to celebrate the 40th Tour of Mull, this time including a difficult chicane beside Clydesdale Bank.Dougie Hall ran out of luck again with engine failure.Andy Knights wife, Naomi, and Rebecca Paterson competed for the first time in a Peugeot 106 to finish in a very creditable 59th.Andy Jardine broke a finger, but the fact there were no more serious injuries bear testament to the strength of the car.
Due to the dry conditions many stage records were shattered, and the Glen Aros / Hill Road stage bogey time was broken.
Chris Paton and Jim Kerr beat many much more powerful cars sissy boi whore in their Mini Cooper in 8th.
2003 Susan Cameron, competing with her husband Duncan, was fatally injured when their Peugeot left the road above Kilbrennan, near Torloisk, early in the event.
Ewen then went on to co-drive Paul MacKinnon to victory in 2011, while Andrew has co-driven Tristan Pye to 6th in 20, then 4rth in 2011.
1971, roger Clark entered, but a mechanic escort directory australia transporting the Escort north was involved in a road accident near Oban, which badly damaged the car.Denisrated the event in his top three favourites after Donegal and Killarney, urging Irelands top drivers to take up the challenge.The Chief Medical Officers Land Rover Defender lost a wheel at Pennyghael, meaning Dr Ben had to strip off and wade into Loch Scridain to retrieve.His prize a weekend for two at the Isle of Mull Hotel!Iain Noble, who has assisted innumerable crews in John MacKays garage over the years, took 34th and the Mull trophies.History of Rallying on the Isle of Mull.A new car to the event was James MacGillivraysnew Escort Mk 2 which was immaculately prepared by former competitor Roy Jarvis of Ralloy.The issue of using slick tyres which are not road legal was raised by the Police, but a wet weekend solved the problem.
1973, ian Grindrod joined the scrutineering team.