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Rally Santa Brigida 2010 - Nissan Micra 160 SR

Algunas imágenes de los Nissan Micra que corrieron en el Rally de Santa Brígida 2010.


 


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Hill Billy Sprint 2012 1275cc Nissan Micra Rally Car On Board
Driver: Aaron Jones Co-Driver: Ryan Jones Team: Aaron Jones Rallying This is a video of my first Rally/Hillclimb in my Nissan Micra 1275cc. The camera is a bit shaky and notes were not perfect but we had a good day and came good in the standings with no damage and a lot of fun! This shows only the 5 out of 9 we did.





Rallye de santa brigida 2010





standard micra 160sr V's clio 172 (tuned0
micra takes the win




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