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Sat, 21 Oct 2017 - Four-car challenge for Hyundai Motorsport at Wales Rally GB
Hyundai Motorsport will contest the penultimate round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship, Wales Rally GB, with four cars
Hayden Paddon returns after a one-rally absence to join Thierry Neuville, Andreas Mikkelsen and Dani Sordo in a Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC
The team aims to complete its fourth season in the WRC on a high note and is targeting a strong team result on the Welsh gravel roads.

Alzenau, Germany

October 20, 2017 – Hyundai Motorsport will field a four-car entry into Wales Rally GB next week, the penultimate event in the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), and the final round in Europe.

Following a series of disappointing events, the team is fully focused on securing a strong team result on the Welsh gravel roads with its most comprehensive line-up of the season.

Returning from a one-off rally absence, Hayden Paddon will take to the #4 Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC, co-driven by Seb Marshall. Thierry Neuville will be aiming to regain second place in the Drivers’ Championship in the # 5 car with Andreas Mikkelsen lining up in the #6 in his second rally as a Hyundai Motorsport driver.

Dani Sordo will take control of the fourth car, running as the #16 entry, although the Spaniard will not be eligible to score Manufacturer Points.

Slippery when wet

Wales Rally GB will have a familiar feel to crews with just a few changes compared to the 2016 itinerary. Legendary stages such as Myherin, Sweet Lamb and Hafren all make a welcome appearance on the schedule, which covers a total stage length of 304.36km. Meanwhile, Gwydir makes its first appearance since 2013, and sees crews compete in the picturesque Snowdonia Mountains.

Despite being one of the shortest overall distances of the season, the challenges offered by the Welsh stages will be augmented by the likelihood of wet autumnal conditions, which can leave stages incredibly treacherous.

Hyundai Motorsport’s crews have prepared for the rally by testing the latest specification Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC on the Welsh roads last week. Despite recent setbacks in the Championship, the team is determined to put in representative performances in the final two rounds of the season – and to end 2017 with a positive foundation for next year.

Team Principal Michel Nandan said: “We head to Wales focused on securing a good all-round team result in this penultimate round of the season. Entering four cars gives us a chance to perform at our highest level, but at the same time we recognise the challenges that this rally poses. We can never be sure of the weather conditions, and if it rains the stages can become incredibly slippery and tricky to tackle. We have been gradually improving our results in Wales each season. We finished on the podium there twelve months ago with Thierry, which gives us a positive feeling for this year. With Hayden, Andreas and Dani also showing good form in Wales in the past, I hope we can enjoy a more trouble-free weekend and pick up a better result for our team compared to recent rallies.”

Crew Notes: Paddon/Marshall (#4 Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC)

Paddon returns to WRC action on his favoured gravel surface and is looking to end the 2017 season in competitive form. He has taken top-five finishes in Wales in the past two seasons, and will be aiming to fight for his second podium of 2017 after finishing second in Poland back in July.

Paddon said: “Wales Rally GB is an iconic rally with plenty of driving challenges. The event has always been run late in the season, so we can expect some rain and potentially foggy conditions. In many ways, it is like being back home in New Zealand. There are some very nice, fast stages, and it is a rally I enjoy. Hopefully we can put together a good result and build up to a positive conclusion to what has been a tough season.”

Crew Notes: Neuville/Gilsoul (#5 Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC)

Neuville is still mathematically in the Drivers’ Championship hunt so, along with compatriot Belgian co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul, he will be putting in a big effort in Wales. Having taken the team’s maiden Welsh podium in 2016, all eyes will be on another top-three result in this year’s round.

Neuville said: “We were dealt something of a harsh blow in Spain, but we are ready to fight back in Wales. It is a unique event on the calendar, a rally where weather conditions can really dictate performance and confidence levels. If it’s raining, windy and muddy, the stages become incredibly slippery. It is without doubt a tough event, but one that I relish. I have finished on the podium a couple of times, and get a buzz from the fantastic atmosphere. Driving at high-speed through the forest stages, sometimes in the dark, is just incredible. I intend to keep pushing right to the end of the Championship.”

Crew Notes: Mikkelsen/Jæger (#6 Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC)

In their first WRC event with Hyundai Motorsport, Mikkelsen and co-driver Anders Jæger quickly made a positive impression. Leading the rally at the end of the opening day, it was a steep learning curve for the Norwegian duo. Their adaptation to the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC will continue on the all-gravel stages in Wales.

Mikkelsen said: “It is great to have a rally under my belt with the Hyundai Motorsport team and with the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC. It was a really valuable learning experience in Spain. Wales Rally GB has always been a special event for me, personally, as it was where I had my first-ever WRC event as a 17-year-old. I know the rally very well so I have an appreciation for its difficulties. It is a fair assumption to expect rain at some point, which creates a very slippery surface, but overall it is highly rewarding and enjoyable. I’m looking forward to it, and hopefully to challenge near the front.”

Crew Notes: Sordo/Martí (#16 Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC)

For Sordo and co-driver Marc Martí, a promising home rally in Spain turned to frustration. As the only crew to have taken maximum Power Stage points in consecutive rallies this season, they will be targeting a less turbulent event in Wales Rally GB.

Sordo said: “Wales Rally GB is an event that most crews anticipate and enjoy. The combination of gravel stages, inclement weather conditions, and high speeds makes for a thrilling rally. Of course, when it is muddy, it gets slippery, so you need to have the confidence inside the cockpit to tackle the stages aggressively. The forest setting and narrow sections make it difficult but highly enjoyable. I am determined to end the year with a positive result. We missed out in Spain, where I know we could have finished on the podium, so that’s something I want to rectify in Wales.”

Wales Rally GB at a glance

Run over 21 special stages and a distance of 304.36km, Wales Rally GB offers a tough schedule with stages deep in the Welsh forest, often in muddy and unpredictable conditions.

The opening day kicks off with a short 1.49km test at the new Visit Conwy Tir Prince before crews move onto a combination of Myherin, Sweet Lamb and Hafren – the longest individual stage of the rally at 35.14km – on Friday.

Saturday is the longest day of the weekend and incorporates stages run in the dark. The 13.91km Aberhirnant stage gets underway at 7.55am local time, and the day’s action concludes twelve hours later at the 17.91km Dyfnant. The short 1.80km Cholmondeley Castle splits up the loop of four stages, which is repeated in a different order on the second pass.

Sunday morning takes in five stages, Alwen and Brenig will be run twice, the latter as the rally-concluding Power Stage, with a solitary run through Gwydir. Dark mornings and evenings make for a typical late autumn rally with the Welsh weather always ready to play its part.

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Fri, 20 Oct 2017 - Thomson has near perfect run at Waitomo

Waiuku’s Dylan Thomson has taken a crucial victory at round five of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Handy Rentals Hamilton Rally Waitomo.

Thomson headed to the event knowing a finish was absolutely crucial, while keen to take the maximum points on offer. Another carrot dangling in front of the 22-year old was an extra prize for the first NZRC two-wheel drive class car (front-wheel drive up to two-litre) for the event, which included a free entry and 12 Dunlop tyres for the series finale, Rally New Zealand.

Thomson and co-driver Amy Hudson made the perfect start, powering the Total Lubricants Ford Fiesta to a stage win in each of the opening four special stages, while each of their class rivals also struck their own problems.

With a lead of more than half an hour heading into stage five, the power stage, with bonus points on offer, Thomson was free to charge. However the only drama of the day was to strike, with he and Hudson forced to stop and change a puncture, although they were able to take second place bonus points.

The rally offered up a sting in the tail with the final stage testing crews with more than 42 kilometres. Thomson however was up to the challenge, bringing the car home to secure victory.

The result means Thomson has a 15 point lead in the NZRC two-wheel drive class and also moves into a slender two-point lead in the Motorsport NZ two-wheel drive championship (For cars in the NZRC two-wheel drive and Open two-wheel drive class) despite running against cars with four times the power. Both titles will be decided at the next round, Rally New Zealand, on November 24-26.

“Apart from a puncture, really it was a dream run. The roads were out of this world and I really felt that they helped us push a lot harder than we have been able to in the past, and the result was just the icing on the cake really,” says Thomson.

“I’ve really got to thank Dunlop and Rally New Zealand for putting the prize on offer for the final round, for a team like us running on a tight budget it is a massive prize. As well as them, I want to give a huge shout out to our crew, who keep the car going for us and of course our sponsors, who we literally couldn’t do this without.”

Dylan Thomson Rallysport’s campaign is supported by Total Lubricants, Riordan and West Transport Pukekohe, Drew + Accounting, Harrier Signs, Absolute Spray Painting, Mark Rose Construction, LJ Hooker, Fowler Homes, Waiuku Beaurepairs, Ford Ultimate Motor Group, Stadium Finance, Jivan Produce, Dunlop, Hunt Diesel, Ferodo Racing Pads and GHL Tempfence.

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 - van Klink ecstatic with Waitomo victory

Christchurch’s Marcus van Klink has come away with the desired victory after a near faultless run at round five of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Handy Rentals Hamilton Rally Waitomo.

Having debuted the Buteline Mazda RX-8 triple-rotor late last year, van Klink has suffered from a series of niggling issues across the season, but development, including a quicker steering rack, saw the car not only reliable, but also easier to drive on some of the most challenging roads the championship has to offer.

After setting the second fastest time in the Open Two-wheel drive class on the opening stage, van Klink and co-driver Dave Neill shot into the lead on stage two and never relinquished it, coming home with a win of more than two and a half minutes.

The only moment in an otherwise faultless run saw a loose suspension arm on the final stage that caused a puncture, however some quick roadside repairs meant the pair were able to make the finish and claim their victory.

“The Mazda was fantastic this weekend, some of the changes we have made have transformed the car, especially the quicker steering rack, it really makes the car a pleasure to drive,” says van Klink. “It was great to have a relatively trouble-free run as well, it’s such an exciting car and we’re really starting to get on top of it.”

The Klink Rallysport team now turn their attention to the final round of the NZRC, Rally New Zealand, based out of Tauranga on November 24-26. Despite a tough season, van Klink still has a mathematical chance of taking out the Open Two-Wheel drive championship.

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 - Hawkeswood extends championship lead at Waitomo

Auckland’s Andrew Hawkeswood has extended his lead in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship after a challenging day saw him come home fourth at the penultimate round, the Handy Rentals Hamilton Rally Waitomo.

Hawkeswood headed to the event having made his way into the lead of the championship and looking to put a gap between himself and championship rival Matt Summerfield. He made the perfect start, able to survive a puncture late on the opening stage to still record the fastest time in the Mazda 2 AP4+ car.

A second puncture on stage two would be more costly as Hawkeswood dropped 30 seconds, but things became more difficult when he was forced to nurse an overheating engine through the 37 kilometre stage three.

With three long stages remaining, Hawkeswood and co-driver Jeff Cress were forced to manage the car for the remainder of the day. After surviving through stage four, Hawkeswood was able to record the fourth fastest time on stage five, which was the powerstage, earning him two crucial bonus points.

An impressive push through the final stage saw Hawkeswood take another stage win despite being forced to back off in the final quarter of the stage. The time was crucial, as it elevated Hawkeswood from sixth to fourth place, meaning he would secure 19 vital championship points.

“It was a pretty frustrating day for us really, once again we showed we had the pace to win the rally but niggling issues held us back. Having said that, everyone rallied together and we were able to really limit the damage,” said Hawkeswood. “Winning that last stage was quite a pleasant surprise, and pretty important to gain a couple more points. In the end, we’ve extended our championship lead and that’s what we wanted to do.”

Hawkeswood now holds a ten point lead in what has become a three-way fight for the title heading to the final round of the series, Rally New Zealand, on November 24-26.

 

 

 

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 - Sweet success for Cox in second
Cox Motorsports good fortune continued this weekend at Rally Waitomo with a podium finish, which follows on from a win at Ashley Forest recently. The car ran faultlessly with no mechanical issues and Sloan and Sarah were able to show their talent and speed together, proving that consistency and reliability is back with the Taslo Engineering Evo X.



Sloan described the rally as, “Some of my favourite roads I have driven in a long time. The fast and flowing pace suited my driving style and the car really well. It was the style of roads that rewarded the brave. I was very happy with the notes that Sarah and I wrote on a one pass recce”.



Reconnaissance commenced with an early start on Friday with the pair finishing late Friday night feeling confident they had captured it all on a one pass recce. Saturdays event had the service crew chasing the rally car around the rural roads of Piopio and Ohura, servicing in different locations, they made a plan and with the team working harmoniously, it all paid off. Sloan and Sarah believe they couldn’t have done it without their experienced service crew and support team.



“It was an awesome weekend for everyone in the team to get the results that we have been working hard for this season, also great to win two stages including the power stage. The roads were in fantastic condition and it was a well run event, we hope it will feature on the rally calendar next year,” commented Sloan.



Cox Motorsport would like to thank all our sponsors and supporters who have stood by us through a rough season, it is looking up and we hope to continue up for the last round, Rally NZ.



The team will now turn their sights closer to home and focus on keeping the car reliable and consistent for the final round run over two days in the Raglan and Bay of Plenty areas.
Sun, 15 Oct 2017 - Victory for Hunt at Waitomo lines up three-way title fight

The race for the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship driven by Dunlop and fuelled by Gull has taken another twist, with Ben Hunt’s victory at the Handy Rentals Hamilton Rally Waitomo moving him right into contention for the title at the series finale in six weeks time.

Hunt and co-driver Tony Rawstorn took a commanding lead after winning stage three and never looked back in their Subaru WRX STi, reaching the finish 22 seconds ahead of Sloan Cox and Sarah Coatsworth’s (Rotorua) Mitsubishi Evo 10, while Hawke’s Bay driver Max Bayley and Lisa Hudson took third place in their debut in the four-wheel drive class driving a Ford Fiesta R5.

Stage one was won by championship leaders Andrew Hawkeswood and Jeff Cress (Mazda 2 AP4+) despite a puncture late in the stage, but a second puncture and an overheating engine meant the Mazda would come home in fourth place, with the fastest time on the final stage pushing them past Emma Gilmour/Anthony McLoughlin’s Suzuki Swift AP4 by just 3.2 seconds.

The Top ten was rounded out by defending national champions David Holder/Jason Farmer, having their first run in Greg Murphy’s Holden Barina AP4+, Matt & Nicole Summerfield (Subaru Impreza), Graham Featherstone/Dave Devenport (Mitsubishi Evo 7), Josh Marston/Andrew Graves (Holden Barina AP4+) and Gull Rally Challenge winners Quentin Palmer/Daniel Bassett.

The NZRC Two-wheel drive class for front-wheel drive cars up to two-litre saw Dylan Thomson and Amy Hudson take a commanding victory in their Ford Fiesta over the similar car of Max Tregilgas and Glenn Goldring, who suffered an overheating engine all day. By virtue of the victory, Thomson receives a free entry and twelve Dunlop tyres for the final round, Rally New Zealand.

The Open Two-wheel drive class saw Marcus van Klink/Dave Neill in their Mazda RX8 take the class victory after rivals and championship leaders Anthony Jones/Tanya Gwynne (Ford Escort) suffered a heavy rollover, but were thankfully okay. Second place went to Brent Taylor/Chris Ramsay (Toyota FT86) with third place going to Wayne Pittmas/Noel Moloney’s Ford Escort.

The Historic class saw Tony Gosling/Blair Read continue their domination in their Ford Escort RS1800, leading home the Mazda RX-3 of Paul Fraser/Chris Davison.

The Gull Rally Challenge four-wheel drive class went the way of Quentin Palmer/Dan Bassett, leading home Richard Bateman/Sharisse Guckert and Jono Walker/Jeremy Dawson in a Mitsubishi Evo podium lock-out, while the two-wheel drive class was won by David Taylor/Pania Huntley in their Honda Civic, leading home the Toyota Starlet of Daniel Alexander/Richard Burnett.

The final round of the Group A challenge went the way of Matt & Karl Adams’ Mitsubishi VR-4, heading home Simon Bell/Warwick Martin in their Subaru Legacy and the Audi Quattro of Phil Collins/Tracy Spark. Victory for the Adams Brothers was enough to win the title for the second consecutive year, ahead of Ben Brown/Tania Cresswell (Mitsubishi Evo 1) and the Collins/Spark Audi. Hawkeswood’s fourth place sees him extend his championship lead to 10 points over Hunt, Summerfield just a point further back, heading to the final round, Rally New Zealand based from Tauranga on November 24-26, where teams can score a possible 44 points.

Sun, 15 Oct 2017 - Two top ten finishes for Holden Rally Team at Waitomo

Josh Marston and David Holder were rapt to bring both the Holden Barina AP4+ cars home in the top ten in the Rally of Waitomo, which ran 14 October.

Standing in for the team’s usual driver Greg Murphy, Holder was just six seconds off a top five finish in his debut event with the Penny Homes Holden Rally Team, while Marston finished a credible ninth.

“It was a shame to just miss fifth place,” says Tauranga-based Holder, “but it was a good result to finish and finish pretty strongly.”

Holder, who had Jason Farmer alongside as co-driver, says there were a few technical challenges with the car, as well as contending with running first on the road as the defending NZRC champion during the long day of gravel rallying around the King Country and Waitomo districts. “The fourth and fifth stages around Ohura and Pungarehu were particularly hard with road sweeping; we spent plenty of time sideways and I have to say that fifth stage was probably one of the most fun stages I’ve ever driven in the NZRC.”

Running 11th on the road with co-driver Andrew Graves, Marston says the gravel was pretty heavy for everyone. “There wasn’t the usual distinct line forming. I touched a bank in stage one, in what I thought was a very minor way, but turns out it had affected the wheel alignment and created some steering issues. Once we had that right, Andrew and I were fourth quickest on the fourth stage which shows we’re getting some good pace from the cars now. I was pleased to be trading times with Dave for a few stages, as he’s a great benchmark.”

Holder and Marston agree the 207.8km of competitive stages made for a massive, but excellent day. “Great stages,” Marston says, “and really fun to have our first dry rally since the opening round in Otago. However the distances meant service crews were scrambling to get to the designated service areas to meet the scheduled service breaks, which meant Dave and Jase had to do the first service on their car themselves.”

With this being the first season competition for the two Barina AP4+ cars, every rally is another chance to continue the development of the new cars.

“It’s great the team has ironed out some of the reliability issues they were experiencing earlier in the season,” Holder says. “Now it’s more the finetuning of handling and grip to up the pace. We have a few things we’d like to work on before the championship final in Tauranga at the end of November.”

Marston agrees that mileage is the key to continued development. “We know where we want to be with the car setup and the cars are certainly more reliable; it’s that mileage to help finetune now.”

Holder appreciates being made welcome by the team. “We definitely felt part of the team and had a great day, so thanks to everyone for welcoming Jase and I, and our guys to the team. Thanks again to Greg for the opportunity.” Marston agrees: “Dave and Jase fitted in great. It’s a very family-oriented team and everyone worked well together.”

The Christchurch-based team will return north for the final NZRC round of the year, the 25-26 November running of Rally New Zealand in Tauranga which will take competitors across to Raglan and back to Manawahe, near Lake Rotoma, for special stages which have featured in New Zealand’s World Rally Championship rounds in past years.

The Penny Homes Holden Rally Team appreciates the support of Penny Homes, Holden New Zealand, MRF Tyres, Fairview Windows and Doors, Provident Insurance, Stadium Finance, Aqualine, Supashock, RDL Performance, Rubber Developments, Racetech, Makita, Castrol, FXD Workwear, New Balance, Alpinestars, Futura Trailers, Chemz and SignBiz.

Sun, 15 Oct 2017 - Top five finish for Gilmour in Rally Waitomo

After a long but consistent day, Emma Gilmour finished a credible fifth in the Handy Rentals Hamilton Rally Waitomo, in the King Country, yesterday.

She and co-driver Anthony McLoughlin brought the Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4 home without any major issues over the six-stages - five of which were more than 30km long.

A tired but happy Emma, described contesting the 207km event as a “massive day.”

“We did about two hours, 16 minutes of competitive driving on really challenging, busy stages,” she says.

“The Suzuki ran very well and I’m pleased we had a good, consistent event and ended up with a top five result.”

This penultimate round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship fuelled by Gull and driven by Dunlop, featured a monster final 45km stage, so there was no let-up for Emma at the end of the day. “I am happy to be building momentum for the end of the season and I have some things to work on so we can have a really good final round in Tauranga," she says. The championship moves to its final round Rally New Zealand over the November 25 to 26 weekend.

Live Results
Recent Results
PosCrewTotal
1B. Hunt / T. Rawstorn (4)2:12:50.7
2S. Cox / S. Coatsworth (7)+22.0
3M. Bayley / L. Hudson (6)+43.3
4A. Hawkeswood / J. Cress (2)+1:18.1
5E. Gilmour / A. McLoughlin (9)+1:21.3
6D. Holder / J. Farmer (1)+1:27.6
7M. Summerfield / N. Summerfield (3)+2:18.6
8G. Featherstone / D. Devonport (8)+2:27.2
9J. Marston / A. Graves (11)+2:34.6
10Q. Palmer / D. Bassett (21)+3:39.2
11R. Bateman / S. Guckert (20)+6:24.4
12E. Creugnet / P. Delrieu (23)+7:09.3
13K. Scherer / D. Reichenbach (38)+7:21.7
14M. Klink / D. Neill (25)+7:31.1
15B. Herbert / B. Parker (33)+7:32.9
16J. Walker / J. Dawson (17)+7:33.0
17B. Green / F. Pedersen (24)+7:40.3
18J. Shapley / S. Byrne (35)+9:06.2
19W. Redfern / R. Bartels (22)+9:18.1
20M. Adams / K. Adams (29)+9:29.0
21B. McFarlane / S. McFarlane (37)+10:04.9
22B. Taylor / C. Ramsay (28)+10:08.2
23J. Glavish / M. Brunt (45)+10:45.2
24C. Stevens / S. Stevens (42)+10:48.2
25W. Pittams / N. Moloney (43)+11:57.0
26R. Wilson / D. Elder (40)+13:29.0
27J. Hawkeswood / M. Tapper (47)+13:33.1
28D. Hinton / M. Mannion (60)+14:05.5
29D. Thomson / A. Hudson (31)+14:21.9
30E. O'Hagan / S. O'Hagan (55)+14:49.3
31M. Goldsbury / A. Watkins (69)+15:10.0
32T. Gosling / B. Read (27)+15:29.7
33M. Bertlesen / L. Fisher (68)+15:51.9
34B. Smith / A. Beck (41)+16:21.2
35D. Hearn / G. Harcus (56)+16:55.9
36J. Williamson / B. Williamson (61)+17:13.7
37T. Radovan / T. Kenrick (81)+17:16.4
38A. Smith / G. Smith (62)+17:34.0
39M. McElwain / M. Bunyard (58)+18:24.0
40J. Ward / M. O'Neill (53)+18:37.2
41S. Bell / W. Martin (52)+19:05.6
42D. Taylor / P. Huntley (57)+19:31.0
43L. Homes / B. Homes (54)+20:15.5
44P. Collins / T. Spark (50)+21:43.3
45D. Alexander / R. Burnett (63)+23:18.2
46B. Brown / T. Cresswell (51)+24:00.5
47D. Haines / I. Mason (71)+26:45.3
48L. Styles / J. Kapua (72)+29:00.0
49R. Goss / R. Leggett (70)+29:47.8
50M. Brown / D. James (76)+30:10.8
51P. Fraser / C. Davison (67)+30:49.7
52A. Treseder / M. Riach (73)+31:26.8
53A. Gillies / S. Day (66)+36:48.4
54M. Tregilgas / G. Goldring (32)+40:53.8
55A. Keighley / A. Smith (80)+46:49.0
56D. Carson / J. Post (75)+56:42.3
57D. Adnitt / . (64)+57:36.9
2017 Points
1S. Ogier198
2O. Tanak161
3T. Neuville160
4J.M Latvala123
5D. Sordo94
6E. Evans93
7J. Hänninen71
8C. Breen64
9K. Meeke60
10H. Paddon55
1Jamie Whincup (Holden)2580
2Fabian Coulthard (Ford)2563
3Scott McLaughlin (Ford)2553
4Chaz Mostert (Ford)2454
5Shane Van Gisbergen (Holden)2391
6Craig Lowndes (Holden)1950
7Mark Winterbottom (Ford)1872
8Cameron Waters (Ford)1858
9David Reynolds (Holden)1857
10Garth Tander (Holden)1830
1Andrew Hawkeswood109
2Ben Hunt99
3Matt Summerfield98
4David Holder75
5Sloan Cox68
6Rhys Gardner67
7Graham Featherstone66
8Tony Gosling58
9Job Quantock51
10Dylan Turner47
1Jeff Judd149
2Deane Buist148
3David Quantock114
4Matt Summerfield107
5Carter Strang96
6Garet Thomas85
7Michael Tall74
8Richard Bateman71
9Tony Gosling61
10Ashton Wood59
1Matt Adams104
2Warwick Redfern92
3Dylan Thomson66
4Adam Bligh65
5Jack Williamson58
6Paul Fraser48
7Doug Adnitt45
8Justin Glavish39
9Daniel Alexander36
10Carl Adnitt22
1Mark Kirk-Burnnand176
2Martin Dippie172
2Tony Quinn172
4Ivan Knauf162
5Chris West156
5Graeme Coley156
5Joe Kouwenhoven156
5Leigh Hopper156
9Mike Lea149
10Robert Darrington148