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Manx Rally revs up for day two

It gets underway from the TT Grandstand

The final days action on the Manx Rally gets underway from the TT Grandstand shortly after 9am this morning (Saturday).

Blackpool driver Neil Roskell and co-driver Andrew Roughead in a Ford Fiesta have a one minute 19 seconds lead over nearest challengers, Welsh crew Gavin Edwards and Caron Tomlinson in a Ford Escort.

Saturday's opening stage starts at Eyrton at Crosby and heads to Mount Rule, West Baldwin, Injebreck, Brandywell Cottage and Little London. Roads close at 9am.

Then it's the Orrisdale loop just outside Kirk Michael and Broughjairg to the roads around the Cronk, closing at 9.25am.

The route continues north to Sandygate and St Judes to the Dog Mills, closing at 10am.

The four stage run is completed by the ascent of Tholt-e-Will from the Sulby Claddaghs to the Bungalow, closing at 10.45am.

The four stages are repeated in the afternoon, with the leading crews due at the TT Grandstand finish at 15:40.

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