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Fri, 23 Mar 2018 - WRC stars head bumper entry list for Otago Rally

An impressive field of 115 cars and drivers will converge on Dunedin from April 13 to 15 for the 2018 DriveSouth / Dunedin Isuzu Otago Rally.

Headed by World Rally Championship star, Hayden Paddon, the field includes a long list of the latest specification four-wheel drive rally cars in round one of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC)

Current Citroen WRC driver, Mads Ostberg, is the top seed in a strong Otago International Classic Rally entry list that is dominated by Ford Escort RS1800s.

Paddon will start as hot favourite in the NZRC ...    more...

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 - Dunedin panel beater wins Otago Rally Scholarship

Warren was chosen from a high quality list of 10 applicants for the award, and receives free entry into the 2018 Dunedin Isuzu Otago Rally, as well as a set of pacenotes and a cash contribution towards his entry.

He will drive his 1987 Suzuki Swift GTi in the rally, having previously competed in lower South Island hillclimbs and club rallies for the past two and a half years.

Otago Rally Scholarship convenor, Tony Johnston, said that selecting a scholarship winner was again a hard job.

“It was a tough choice, as it was last ...    more...

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 - NZRC-prep for Murphy and Marston at Westland Rally

This weekend’s one-day Westland Rally offers Penny Homes Holden Rally Team drivers Greg Murphy and Josh Marston an ideal opportunity to prepare for this year’s New Zealand Rally Championship which starts on 14 April in Otago.

Marston has already had his Holden Barina AP4+ out in competition this season, taking second place at the Autosport Car Club’s Cust Rally Sprint last weekend (11 March).

“Our RDL Performance crew has been working really hard over the summer on the cars, continuing with a lot of development from last season and refining ...    more...

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 - NZRC campaign important to Paddon

New Zealand’s star rally driver Hayden Paddon aims to make the most of the five 2018 New Zealand Rally Championship events he’s fitting in among this year’s World Rally Championship commitments with Hyundai Motorsport.

“It’s about staying competition fit; and while the events and car maybe different, you cannot substitute being in a competition environment,” says the 30-year-old of his 2018 schedule which includes the Otago, Whangarei, South Canterbury, Coromandel and Rally New Zealand NZRC rounds, as well September’s iconic Ashley Forest Rallysprint.

Paddon, who ...    more...

Mon, 12 Mar 2018 - Rally México – Day Three Report
Hyundai Motorsport has taken its best-ever result in Rally México as Dani Sordo claimed second place, the team’s third individual podium result of the 2018 season
The team has achieved its pre-event objective of extending its lead in the FIA World Rally Championship manufacturers’ standings as Andreas Mikkelsen finished fourth
Thierry Neuville completed a tough rally in sixth overall, having started each day as first on the road. Both he and Mikkelsen scored Power Stage points.    more...
Mon, 12 Mar 2018 - Rally México – Day Two Report
Hyundai Motorsport remains in the hunt for a podium finish in Rally México, the third round of the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) after Saturday’s nine gravel stages
Overnight leader Dani Sordo dropped to third overall after picking up a puncture in SS14 (Guanajuatito 2), with the Spaniard 10.9-seconds from Kris Meeke in second place
Andreas Mikkelsen and Thierry Neuville continued to struggle for pace and good fortune, but ended the day in improved fourth and sixth positions overall.    more...
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