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VIDEO - Snowman Rally parade rolls into Dingwall town centre


By Will Clark

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Hundreds of people packed into Dingwall Town Centre as the Snowman Rally held a parade of cars on Saturday afternoon.

The rally, which marked the first round of the Scottish Rally Championship, saw 96 participants who were still in the race drive through the centre of town after three of the five stages.

Number one seed Jock Armstrong was leading at the halfway point with Michael Binnie from Cornhill on Tweed second and Inverness driver Jock Armstrong in third.

This year's parade was switched to Dingwall from its original location in Inverness City Centre due to a farmers market.

Snowman Rally results will appear here later tonight.

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