1969 Jack Frost Rally
This summary is reproduced form Autosport, January 24, 1969
The 1969 Ulster Rally Championship got off to an early start on Friday January 17 with a new event, the Belfast Bangor and Newtownards Motor Club’s Jack Frost Rally. The 240-mile predominantly navigational route on OS Maps 5, 6, 8 and 9 provided Alec Poole with his first Ulster restricted rally win, and it was also a first win for Paul Phelan, who occupied the hot seat in Poole’s beautifully prepared ex-works Cooper S.
- A.K.Poole/P.Phelan (Cooper S) 35.0 points;
- D.McCartney/N.Henderson (Cooper S) 44.5;
- J.P.O’Kane/A.Frazer (Lotus Cortina) 67.0;
- D.McKeag/G.Morrison (Escort TC) 122.8;
- P.G.McConnell/P.Lyster (Rallye Imp) 164.2;
- J.Eakin/W.Johnston (Cooper S) 291.0.
- E.Oliver/D.Turkington (Rallye Imp) 219.0;
- W.J.Andrews/A.White (Cooper S) 272.7;
- J.Wilson/A.N.Other (Cooper S) 305.7.
- Miss J.Sloan/Miss D.Atkinson (Escort GT) 183.5;
- R.J.Kyle/G.H.Wilson (Cooper S) 183.7;
- D.S.Hanna/R.Finlay (Hillman Imp) 474.3.