No one could replace the Jaffa, but someone had to get in the seat and drive it.

Suddenly, the relatively simple job of describing the road ahead lost its meaning. Bryn lost his brother. Sharing a car with him after June 16, 2012 would be difficult. Impossible for some.

Paul Nagle came over. Paul’s father Morris competed as a co-driver in Irish rallies and the Nagle name was known and respected throughout the island of Ireland. When the Breen family contacted him, Nagle agreed to sit with him at the upcoming Rally Finland – the then 22-year-old’s final SWRC event.

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