There are more 'Tales from Greystoke' to come which will be published separately and soon.
And now a wee word to the wise. It would appear that the on-line mag - www.jaggybunnet.co.uk - has attracted more interest and more readers from far away places, and perhaps a word of explanation is required.
This is purely a Scottish magazine which reflects rallying from a Scottish point of view. The question has been asked - could the same sort of service be provided for English readers? The short answer is, unfortunately not. I don't have the time or the resources, so if you want to accuse me of parochialism or racism, then so be it. Guilty as charged.
For a 'British' take on yesterday's proceedings, read Luke Barry's report in next Wednesday's 'Motorsport News'. On the other hand if you like a coothy and sometimes politically incorrect approach to rallying life, by all means follow the domestic sport on 'jaggybunnet.co.uk'. We aim to inform, educate and entertain.
Anyway, there are a few more Cumbrian tales to come which will be published shortly - including Ernie and the missing steering wheel, Allan and the lost signal and when the call "R5" is not exactly a Pace Note!