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CooperPark | Rosarie | Ordiquish

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2004 - Stages

Stage Title  
SS1 Cooper Park 1  
SS2 Cooper Park 2  
SS3 Teindland  
SS4 Rosarie 1  
SS5 Rosarie 2  
SS6 Clashindarroch  
SS7 Gartly Moor  
SS8 Whiteash  

SS9

Ordiequish  

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2004 - Results

Position
Car#
Driver
Class
Total
Penalties
1
2
Barry Johnson
8
00h44m31
2
4
Dave Weston
8
+ 00.45.09
3
5
Gary Adam
8
+ 00.45.15
4
12
Malcolm Proudlock
8
+ 00.45.44
5
6
Chris Wagner
8
+ 00.46.03
6
3
Jon Burn
8
+ 00.46.14
7
9
Andy Horne
8
+ 00.46.30
8
25
Jimmy Girvan
8
+ 00.46.57
9
14
Barry Groundwater
7
+ 00.47.03
10
17
Tristan Pye
7
+ 00.47.19
11
19
Raymond Mason
7
+ 00.47.23
12
15
John Morrison
7
+ 00.47.28
13
22
Alistair Tough
7
+ 00.47.30
14
8
Alan Barr
8
+ 00.47.33
+ 2.00
15
29
Reay McKay
8
+ 00.47.36
16
26
Mike Horne
8
+ 00.47.49
17
27
John Hamilton
8
+ 00.47.53
18
16
Steve Bannister
6
+ 00.47.58
19
18
Malloch Nicol
7
+ 00.47.59
20
37
Callum Munro
7
+ 00.48.22
21
30
Rob Sutherland
7
+ 00.48.27
22
31
Jimmy Christie
7
+ 00.48.38
23
33
Willie Stuart
6
+ 00.48.46
24
21
Keith Robathan
6
+ 00.49.01
25
35
John Marshall
8
+ 00.49.29
26
81
David Hardie
7
+ 00.49.39
27
85
Martin Craik
8
+ 00.50.29
28
44
Donald Riddell
7
+ 00.50.36
29
36
Niki Cleland
7
+ 00.50.39
30
34
Robert Davies
7
+ 00.50.46
31
41
Giles Brooksbank
8
+ 00.50.46
32
38
John Crawford
6
+ 00.50.52
33
42
Charlie Jarrett
4
+ 00.51.33
34
40
John Allan
8
+ 00.51.50
35
50
Ian Campbell
8
+ 00.52.35
36
52
Bill Davidson
2
+ 00.53.07
37
46
Peter Garrow
6
+ 00.53.32
38
53
Alistair Willis
2
+ 00.54.09
39
57
Ross McLeish
3
+ 00.55.38
40
60
David Killin
H2
+ 00.55.55
41
51
Dan Clark
6
+ 00.56.21
42
39
John Paterson
6
+ 00.56.22
+ 2.00
43
49
Donald Brooker
H2
+ 00.56.26
44
62
Roger Donnan
2
+ 00.56.28
45
68
Fraser Jones
3
+ 00.56.28
46
64
Ian Clark
7
+ 00.56.31
47
58
James Vickers
3
+ 00.57.31
48
71
Sandy Bonner
3
+ 00.57.42
49
72
Neil Fleming
3
+ 00.58.48
50
69
James Stewart
3
+ 00.59.20
51
76
Scott MacDonald
2
+ 01.00.08
52
70
Jane Nicol
3
+ 01.00.19
53
66
Cailean MacKenzie
4
+ 01.00.47
54
80
Liam Wood
2
+ 01.00.57
55
79
Stevie Brown
3
+ 01.04.20
+ 2.00
56
84
Craig Smith
2
+ 01.04.49
57
82
Andrew MacDonald
2
+ 01.06.04
+ 1.10
58
75
Kev Kilgour
8
+ 01.08.20
59
48
Linda Allan
5
+ 01.10.22
+ 1.30
60
77
Robert Duncan
3
+ 01.17.27
+ 14.00
61
83
Duncan Ross
5
+ 01.20.31
+ 22.50
Retired
7
Jim Carty
8
Retired Stage 1
Retired
45
Tich McCooey
8
Retired Stage 1
Retired
59
Sandy Arbuthnott
6
Retired Stage 3
Retired
32
Bob Grant
7
Retired Stage 4
Retired
61
Allan Galloway
2
Retired Stage 4
Retired
65
Brian Sheriffs
4
Retired Stage 4
Retired
10
Alan Dickson
8
Retired Stage 5
Retired
23
Bruce McCombie
5
Retired Stage 5
Retired
74
Frank MacDonald
2
Retired Stage 5
Retired
78
James Williams
2
Retired Stage 5
Retired
1
Raymond Munro
8
Retired Stage 6
Retired
43
John McClory
3
Retired Stage 6
Retired
47
Steven Ronaldson
8
Retired Stage 7
Retired
55
Roy McLennan
3
Retired Stage 7
Retired
86
Davie McLean
6
Retired Stage 7
Retired
11
George McDonald
8
Retired Stage 8
Retired
20
Gordon Smith
8
Retired Stage 8
Retired
73
Ian Afek
8
Retired Stage 9

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