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Wed, 23 Aug 2017 - Jensen & Anstis Target A Strong Result At Rally Coromandel 

Matt Jensen & Co Driver Kieran Anstis are all set to push for a top 10 result at this weekend’s Rally Coromandel. Kiwi WRC star Hayden Paddon Leads the very impressive entry list of 80 competitors into the Coromandel event. ​

Jensen and Anstis had consistently placed in the top 10 times at the last round of the New Zealand Rally Championship in Whangarei and got up to 7th overall until a slippery corner put them out of the event.

The Flatbush pairing are confident that they will be able to produce some strong stage times and bring home a good result. During the mid-season break the team has made a few changes to the NZKW EVO 9, and also to their pace note system. “

I got to test the car last weekend and its feeling better than it ever has before, Its going to be good to see how we go against the rest of the NZRC field, I really like the Coromandel roads and they will hopefully suit our car “ – Says Jensen

Co Driver Kieran Anstis Recently completed the Rally New Zealand co drivers academy and is confident that the skills he learnt during the 3 day camp with professional co drivers Alex & Rhiannon Gelsomino will help Matt & Himself write better pace notes and develop more speed.

The team would like to thank their sponsors – NZKW // Panasonic// Elf// NZKW //Heller’s // Motorsport Engineering and Aarque Group

You can follow the rally on or see the teams updates on facebook #maddyjrallysport

Wed, 23 Aug 2017 - Force Motorsport line up expands for Rally Coromandel 

The Force Motorsport line up will expand to three cars for the upcoming fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel.

Regular team driver Andrew Hawkeswood will continue his chase of an elusive NZRC title in the Mazda 2 AP4+ car, but the team will also be running last year’s rally winner, Australian Brendan Reeves in a new Mazda 2 AP4 and Hawkeswood’s son Jack, driving a Mazda RX7.

Hawkeswood currently sits third in the standings, with he and co-driver Jeff Cress having been amongst the pace setters at each of the opening three rounds. The pair will be looking to put niggling mechanical issues behind him to close the 14-point gap between themselves and the series lead.

Meanwhile Reeves comes to the event for a one of appearance driving the team’s brand new Mazda 2 AP4. The new car sees a smaller 1600cc engine than Hawkeswood’s AP4+ car which under the regulations allows a lighter minimum weight and after initial testing Reeves was encouraged by the potential of the car.

Reeves and co-driver Ben Searcy are considered to be the biggest threat for outright victory to Kiwi WRC superstar Hayden Paddon at the Whitianga-based event, which sees 79 cars taking on the special stages.

The third car in the team will be piloted by Jack Hawkeswood. After a tough debut to national rallying, Hawkeswood junior will this time pilot the open-two wheel drive specification Mazda RX7 with which he has secured plenty of success at local rally sprint events over the past year. He will also have the experience of former Production World Rally Championship competitor Mark Tapper in the co-drivers seat.

“It’s going to be a big event for the whole team. Obviously from our point of view, championship points are crucial and we’ll be pushing hard to score plenty of them,” says Hawkeswood. “It’ll be good to see Brendo in the new car also, he will certainly show us what the new Mazda is capable.”

The Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel sees teams leave the Mercury Bay Sports Park from 7am on Saturday 26 August, with teams taking on 125 kilometres of special stages all over the Coromandel Peninsula before returning to the finish in Whitianga’s Blacksmith Lane from 5pm.

Wed, 23 Aug 2017 - van Klink aims to break Coromandel curse 

Kaiapoi’s Marcus van Klink heads to the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel, looking to break a curse that seems to be over him on the Whitianga based event.

Having been a round of the championship for the past three years, van Klink has only once made the finish, taking a Historic class victory in 2014. Since then a differential failure and electrical problems have prevented him making the finish in the past two seasons.

This year sees van Klink and co-driver Dave Neill take to the stages in a new weapon of choice, the wildly popular triple-rotor powered Buteline Mazda RX-8 and the pair will be hoping the new car will bring a change of luck.

Despite a troubled start to the season, van Klink currently sits third in the Open two-wheel drive standings and is looking to secure a strong result at Coromandel to kick start the second half of the season.

“The Coromandel event is one that hasn’t been that kind to us in the past, so we’re hoping that this time around we can have a clean run,” says van Klink. “If nothing else, we’ll certainly get to throw some stones around and make some cool noises for all the spectators out there.”

As well as their loyal group of sponsors, Klink Rallysport would like to welcome on board Entire Electrical Solutions to the team.

The Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel sees teams leave the Mercury Bay Sports Park from 7am on Saturday 26 August, with teams taking on 125 kilometres of special stages all over the Coromandel Peninsula before returning to the finish in Whitianga’s Blacksmith Lane from 5pm.

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 - Gilmour aiming to see the finish flags in the Coromandel

There is no denying the first half of the season has been tough for Dunedin’s Emma Gilmour, so after a long break between the third and fourth rounds, she is looking for a re-set this Saturday.

Emma and Australian co-driver Anthony McLoughlin join a record field of 56 teams who will assemble for round four of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC) fuelled by Gull and driven by Dunlop - the Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel.

Emma made the most of her Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4 being in the North Island early, as it was on display at the 50 years of rallying in New Zealand celebration in Hamilton, by doing some testing in the Waikato’s Maramarua forest this week, before the seven-stage Whitianga-based event

“The Suzuki has had a rebuild in the mid-season break and we have made a few wee changes and tweaks. It was great to make sure everything was running smoothly ahead of Saturday,” Emma says.

After retirements from the first three NZRC rounds, Emma is focused on crossing the finish line on Saturday afternoon, completing the nearly 140 kilometres of special stages across the Coromandel Peninsula.

“I just want to have a good run to repay the team and the sponsors for their continued support. We know that when the car is running right, we have the speed to be on the podium but our main goals are to aim for a finish, have fun and get a good result.”

Having World Rally Championship star Hayden Paddon at the Coromandel rally driving his New Zealand-based car means the top Kiwi teams have a strong benchmark to measure their speed against.

This year’s Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel sees crews leave the Mercury Bay Sports Park from 7am on Saturday. They will begin finishing from 4.30pm at Blacksmith Lane in Whitianga.

Emma would like to thank her sponsors Suzuki NZ, Vantage Windows & Doors, Gilmour Motors Suzuki, Koba Batteries, Rothbury Insurance Brokers, PPG Paint, Castrol, Dunlop, Hella, Vortex Racewear, Uniform NZ, Provident, Interislander, NGK Spark Plugs, Custom Signs, Modena Race Gears, Pure Sports Nutrition and Webdesign for supporting the team.

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 - Hunt makes the most of mid-season break

While the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship fuelled by Gull and driven by Dunlop has taken an almost three-month break, Subaru driver Ben Hunt has been keeping his rally skills sharp.

He heads to this Saturday’s Mahindra Goldrush Rally of Coromandel fresh from competing in two club rallies in the North and South Island.

First up was the Rally of the North in June, where Hunt partnered with co-driver Jeff Cress for the event and took up an older Group A-spec Subaru that his Hunt Motorsports team had been getting rally-really over the previous eight months.

His NZRC Subaru WRX STi was still being worked on after Hunt and his usual co-driver Tony Rawstorn had accomplished their highest placing this season – runners-up at the Lone Star Rally of Canterbury, earlier in June.

Hunt says he enjoyed the Rally of the North and had a “good battle all day and stayed close to the top of the time sheets,” eventually finishing fourth.

Next up was Hunt’s “home” event - Rally Nelson, as the now Auckland-based driver grew up in the region. He was determined “to give it a proper crack at winning the event out right,” and had the machinery to do so, campaigning his Subaru WRX STi.

This club-style event doesn’t run on pace notes and is driven “blind” but Hunt and Rawstorn’s long-term relationship in the car had them confidently tackling the stages and achieving the best possible outcome.

“We finished the event in first place - winning by a margin of a minute, giving our 2016 Subaru STi its maiden win. To do it at a home event made it really special for the team,” Hunt says.

This result, along with the long break between the third and fourth NZRC rounds, has allowed the Hunt Motorsports team to push forward with developments on the Subaru, leaving Hunt excited about what it can achieve among the other championship front-runners this Saturday.

He is sitting in fifth overall in the championship – well within striking distance of the top spots with three rounds still left to run.

“This year the Coromandel event has been flipped backwards. All the stages are familiar and have been used in previous years and now it’s all in reverse. It brings a unique challenge of re-writing notes for all the same corners. It’s good to have the whole field even. We’re all seeing the roads for the first time in this direction,” Hunt says.

The organisational team behind Rally New Zealand, combined with the Thames-Coromandel District Council has based the event out of Whitianga. The rally will be centred at the Mercury Bay Sports Multi-Sport Park, which will host the Rally HQ and the service park. The 56 teams will start leaving at 7am and will finish from about 4.30pm at Blacksmith Lane in Whitianga.

Competition will take place over 135 kilometres of special stages on forestry and public roads around the Mercury Bay region, some of which were last used for rallying on the 1979 International Motogard Rally of NZ.

Hunt and his team will be involved in some promotion work this Friday morning from 10am at the Gull Whitianga service station.

Hunt Motorsports is grateful for support in the 2017 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship from: Subaru of New Zealand, Hydraulink, Motul Oil, Gull NZ Fuel, Dunlop, CL Brakes, Reiger suspension, Bluebridge, MTF Finance, Vantage Windows and Doors, The Body Shop, Wurth, Winger Subaru, Entech, Vernon Developments, TCC Solutions, Speedhub Motorsport, Hitech Motorsport, Hunt Diesel and Make Architects.

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 - Murphy and Marston keen for first crack at Coromandel Rally

Greg Murphy and Josh Marston each tackle Rally Coromandel for the first time this weekend. The Penny Homes Holden Rally Team drivers are looking forward to piloting their Holden Barina AP4+ cars through the one-day rally on 26 August.

For Christchurch-based Marston and the team’s cars and crew, it’s a long trek north for the fourth round of the 2017 New Zealand Rally Championship based in Whitianga.

“I’ve heard a lot about the Coromandel rally and the roads sound like they are top notch so I’m really looking forward to getting up there,” Marston says. “From the in-car footage I’ve seen, it looks to be similar to Whangarei if a little slower but generally good gravel public roads, flowing with cambers. With all the stages being run in a different direction this year, that will be a bit of a leveller as they’ll be new to everyone – that helps us a bit having not done this rally before.”

Since the previous round in Canterbury, there’s been a raft of minor development work and general maintenance on the new-this-season Barina rally cars at RDL Performance, the motorsport fabrication and race/rally car preparation operation run by Marston’s family in Christchurch.

Marston says: “We are confident that the setup changes we are making will move us in a positive direction.”

Marston and Murphy have straightforward goals for Rally Coromandel – Marston to find a good rhythm and feeling in the car, and Murphy to keep building his rallying experience by completing as many competitive kilometres as possible.

“I don’t have too many expectations in terms of outright performance,” Murphy says. “I’m just excited to be back in the car again, it seems like an eternity since Canterbury! Hopefully we get some decent weather compared to the last two events and allow the MRF tyres to bite into some dry roads instead.”

Murphy’s been working on his own knowledge. “I’ve spent a fair bit of time looking at in-car video from Canterbury, focussing on the pace notes. I’ve had a Motion Force 1 Simulator at home over the last few weeks which has Dirt Rally loaded into it. Even though it is a simulated video game, it is incredibly tough and requires intense concentration to get through the stages and the pace notes make a huge difference to your performance, so hopefully the brain is getting a bit more used to having instructions delivered in that format.”

During the break, Marston’s co-driver Andrew Graves, from Gore, hopped into the driver’s seat for the Catlins Coast Rally in early August. Ranked the top seed, Graves delivered a commanding drive to win the rally for the third time. “A brilliant effort,” says Marston. “Congratulations to Andrew and his co-driver Jared Leebody for their win.”

Also, during the break, Murphy’s car has been on display at the Mystery Creek Feildays on the Holden site and was driven by a successful competitor in another motorsport category to make a video which Murphy says will be released soon.

Rally Coromandel comprises seven special stages, taking competitors from the Whitianga base as far north as Kennedy Bay and west to Coromandel and Te Mata Bay. The 139.03 competitive kilometre event concludes with a 1.05km super special stage on the streets of Whitianga.

Marston adds: “Sounds like a bit of a lottery up there as the long range forecast is for rain, surely we can’t have three rallies in a row where it is wet! Apparently, the roads are quite hard on tyres if the weather is dry, but can also be quite slippery if wet so makes it tricky from that aspect.”

Murphy and Marston appreciate 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.

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Tue, 22 Aug 2017 - Trans-Tasman battle heads record NZRC field at Coromandel

A record field off 56 teams will assemble for round four of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship fuelled by Gull and driven by Dunlop, the Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel. Based from the Coromandel holiday town of Whitianga crews will tackle seven special stages and 125 kilometres of competitive action over one leg on Saturday 26th August.

The field will be headed by New Zealand’s own World Rally Championship star Hayden Paddon, who will reunite with long term co-driver John Kennard for the event. The pair will compete in a Hyundai i20 AP4+ car and are expected to have a Trans-Tasman battle with second seed Australian pairing of Brendan Reeves and Ben Searcy. Reeves the defending winner of the Cormandel Rally, returns to join the Force Motorsport Team and drive an all new Mazda 2 AP4. Ironically the pair head to the Coromandel after working together at the German WRC round, with Reeves and Kennard working together preparing gravel notes for Paddon.

Current championship leaders Matt and Nicole Summerfield are third seeds in their Subaru Impreza. The Rangiora brother and sister team hold a ten point championship lead after victory at the previous two NZRC rounds. Closest rivals after a consistent opening half to the championship is Balclutha’s Rhys Gardner and Alex Ramsay who will make their first appearance at Coromandel while third in the championship is Auckland’s Andrew Hawkeswood/Jeff Cress in their Mazda 2 AP4+. Hawkeswood has been one of the pacesetters but has had his run dogged by niggling issues. With Coromandel marking the start of the second half of the championship race, all drivers will need to temper speed with finishing to score vital points in the remaining three rounds.

Returning to the championship at Coromandel driving a borrowed Subaru Impreza will be defending national champions David Holder and Jason Farmer. Rounding out the top 10 seeds, and highlighting the current strength of the NZRC are 2015 event winners Ben Hunt/Tony Rawstorn (Subaru WRX), Sloan Cox/Sarah Coatsworth (Mitsubishi Evo 10), Graham Featherstone/Dave Devonport (Mitsubishi Evo 7), Emma Gilmour/Anthony McLoughlin (Suzuki Swift Maxi) and Alex Kelsey/Malcolm Read, Kelsey returning to the series after two years in his spectacular home-built ‘Mad-Creation 2’.

The 2 car Holden Barina team of Christchurch's Josh Marston/Andrew Graves and former Bathurst winner Greg Murphy, who teams up with Mark Leonard will also take to the Cormandel Peninsula roads.

The NZRC two-wheel drive field is led by Dylan Thomson/Amy Hudson, who will be chasing class leaders Max Tregilgas/Glenn Goldring. The duo, both driving Ford Fiestas, will have competition from Nathan Tough/Samantha Gray (Honda CRX) and brother/sister team Robbie and Amy Stokes in their Toyota Levin.

Competition will also be fierce in the open two-wheel drive with their biggest field of the season to date. Series leaders Anthony Jones/Tanya Gwynne (Ford Escort) and crowd favourites Marcus van Klink/Dave Neill (Mazda RX8) head the field but will face opposition from Brent Taylor/Chris Ramsay (Toyota FT86), Wayne Pittams/Noel Moloney (Ford Escort) and Jeff Ward/Murray O’Neill (Hillman Hunter V8). The class also features young guns Jack Williamson/Brenda Williamson (Suzuki Swift) and Jack Hawkeswood/Mark Tapper in their Mazda RX7.

The Historic class will see the continuation of a season long battle between the Ford Escort RS1800 of Tony Gosling/Blair Read and the Mazda RX7 Grp B of John Silcock/Richard Atkinson. However if either stumbles, they will have to fight off Graeme Coey/Tony Witheridge in their Mitsubishi Lancer, Paul Fraser/Dan Reichenbach (Ford Escort RS1800) and Mike and Helen Cameron (Mitsubishi Lancer).

Also on show over the weekend will be the Gull Rally Challenge, which has been highly competitive across the season. Leading the charge in the four-wheel drive class at Whitianga will be Matt Jensen/Kieran Anstis with Adam Bligh/Ric Chalmers, Jono Walker/Jeremy Dawson, Richard Bateman/Sharisse Guckert, Warwick Redfern/Ron Bartels and Quentin Palmer/Daniel Bassett all chasing in similar Mitsubishi Evo’s. However they are all chasing the consistent streak of points leaders Jono Shapley/Sam Byrne, while third placed Fred Merkin/Sandra Everson will be looking to continue their run of podium finishes.

The two-wheel drive side of the class sees experienced Canterbury driver Jeff Judd/Matt Richards in their Ford Escort join the class, taking on front runners David Taylor/Pania Huntley (Honda Civic), Daniel Alexander/Richard Burnett (Toyota Starlet) and Richard Harding/David McFarlane (Ford Escort).

The Group A challenge sees round two winners Matt and Karl Adams the top seed in their Mitsubishi Galant VR4. Phil Collins and Tracy Spark also take on the stages of the Coromandel in their Audi Quattro, while this round sees several new entries join in the form of Marty Smith/Dom Adams, Chris Sheriff/Daniel Vernall and Simon Bell/Warwick Martin, all driving Subaru Legacys.

This year’s Mahindra Goldrush Rally Coromandel has crews leave the Mercury Bay Sports Park from 7.00am on Saturday 26 August. They will cover just under 125 kilometres of special stage across the Coromandel Peninsula before the finish from 4.30pm at Blacksmith Lane in Whitianga.

Mon, 21 Aug 2017 - Hyundai Motorsport concludes challenging weekend with Power Stage win
  • Hyundai Motorsport has finished its home event, Rallye Deutschland, in a disappointing eighth place after a demanding weekend
  • Dramas for all three crews prevented the team from mounting a stronger challenge despite showing glimpses of pace with six stage wins in total
  • Dani Sordo took the maximum five points in the rally-concluding Power Stage, offering some consolation for the Spaniard ahead of his home rally.

Bostalsee, Germany

August 20, 2017 – Hyundai Motorsport heads into the six-week break with clear intentions to refocus on its championship campaign after a tough weekend in Rallye Deutschland, the tenth round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC).

Despite being a home rally for the Alzenau-based squad, and a happy hunting ground for results in the past three seasons, none of the team’s three crews have had cause for celebration this weekend.

Hayden Paddon and Seb Marshall were the highest placed Hyundai Shell Mobis World Rally Team pair, down in eighth place. Dani Sordo and Marc Martí were put out of contention early on Friday morning after rolling down a bank, and forced to start again under Rally 2 on Saturday.

Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul also had to make use of Rally 2 to re-join on Sunday morning, after their rally was brought to a sudden halt on Saturday’s opening stage. All in all, It was an unrepresentative weekend for Hyundai Motorsport overall, although it ended on a positive as Sordo claimed Power Stage victory and five extra points towards his drivers’ championship total. That result saw Sordo take a total of five stage wins, equal with rally winner Ott Tanak.

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

Paddon and Marshall suffered two separate punctures over the weekend, which cost them time on Friday and Saturday. In their fifth event together, the crew continued to push and were rewarded with a handful of top-three times later in the rally, including second in Sunday’s SS20 (Losheim am See).

Paddon said: “When conditions were more consistent, we showed some improvement in performance compared to last year, so there are some positives to take away from this tough weekend. I knew this would be one of the hardest rallies of the season, so I am pleased that we made it to the end, and showing better stage times. I am going back home to NZ for a month, during which I will also take part in a few gravel rallies, so I am looking forward to that. Then, it’s back to Europe when we will begin our push for a good result to finish the season.”

Crew Notes: Sordo/Martí (#6 Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC)

For Sordo and Martí, their hopes of a third podium of the season were ruined after an off on Friday morning. However, the Spaniards showed improved performance on Saturday, including three stage wins, and ending the rally with Power Stage victory on Sunday.

Sordo said: “This hasn’t been the rally we wanted at all so it was nice to end it with a win in the Power Stage. It shows what we might have been able to achieve without our problems this weekend. I am disappointed in myself for the mistake I made on Friday, which ended our hopes of a good result. I am sorry to the team for what happened, but we have tried to perform better in these past two days. Now, all I can do is look forward to my home event in Spain where I will be trying all I can to get back onto the podium – and plan to finish the season in the best way possible.”

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

Having moved into the podium positions at the end of Friday, it was a stark turnaround in fortunes for Neuville and Gilsoul on Saturday. Forced to restart on Sunday morning under Rally 2, the Belgians struggled for pace and saw their run of Power Stage points broken as well.

Neuville said: “We made too many small mistakes this morning and struggled with the handling of the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC. We didn’t have enough time in the car on Saturday to prepare ourselves in the best way for these final stages. It’s obviously a massive disappointment to come away with so little from a rally in which we were hoping to be at the front. The championship is not over. I will give everything to turn things around in the final three rounds of the season.”

Short trip home

Hyundai Motorsport will return to its factory in Alzenau to reflect and learn from a difficult home rally weekend.

Team Principal Michel Nandan said: “Not so much a weekend to forget, as a rally from which we must learn and bounce back. We thought we would be able to mount a stronger challenge in our home event, but for a number of different reasons we were just not able to do it. We know from other rallies this season that our Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC is competitive, so this result is hard to accept. As I said after our disappointing Saturday, it is not in our nature to give up without a fight, and that’s the mentality with which we will tackle the three remaining rallies. Dani’s victory in the Power Stage gives us a bit of lift as we head into the long break.”

Next Rally

The WRC takes a six-week break before returning for Rally de España, which takes place from 5-8 October. It will act as the 11th round of the 13-event 2017 season.

The Spanish round of the championship is the only mixed surface rally of the season, tackling gravel and tarmac terrain.

Final Overall Classification - Rallye Deutschland

1 O. Tänak M. Järveoja Ford Fiesta WRC 2:57:31.7

2 A. Mikkelsen A. Jaeger Citroën C3 WRC +16.4

3 S. Ogier J. Ingrassia Ford Fiesta WRC +30.4

4 J. Hänninen K. Lindström Toyota Yaris WRC +1:49.2

5 C. Breen S. Martin Citroën C3 WRC +2:01.5

6 E. Evans D. Barritt Ford Fiesta WRC +2:03.4

7 J.M. Latvala M. Anttila Toyota Yaris WRC +3:58.2

8 H. Paddon S. Marshall Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC +4:32.4

Recent Results
1A. Graves / J. Leebody (1)1:23:23.6
2J. Judd / G. Marra (2)+1:02.9
3M. Tall / M. Richards (3)+1:45.5
4D. Buist / K. Celeste (5)+2:07.1
5C. Strang / S. Robbie (4)+2:09.5
6M. Summerfield / J. Palmer (66)+4:37.5
7D. Clearwater / T. Nichols (10)+4:44.7
8D. Quantock / E. Quantock (9)+4:55.5
9D. Ayson / G. McDermott (6)+5:43.8
10V. Edie / T. Johnston (8)+6:12.1
11G. Thomas / G. Thomas (7)+7:37.9
12M. Wright / B. Trevelyan (20)+8:04.5
13R. Chadwick / R. Chadwick (19)+8:10.9
14T. Gosling / B. Read (23)+8:36.7
15N. Marshall / G. Clearwater (30)+10:05.3
16J. McDonald / S. Gray (25)+10:06.6
17J. Spencer / S. Kippen (13)+10:22.2
18A. Sim / B. Logan (68)+10:27.0
19S. Morris / I. Morris (26)+10:30.1
20D. Ollis / S. Haggerty (27)+10:45.5
21G. Cliff / J. Cowles (28)+10:59.1
22S. Gill / C. McFarlane (46)+11:21.1
23C. Cormack / P. Clement (32)+11:58.0
24D. Campbell / A. Campbell (21)+11:59.2
25G. Read / J. Lankshear (45)+12:03.1
26K. Laird / J. Blair (31)+12:03.5
27M. Sheehan / S. Faulkner (34)+12:19.3
28T. Quinn / K. Anstis (43)+12:41.4
29K. Todd / L. Todd (47)+12:57.3
30B. Mitchell / N. Lawson (35)+13:04.1
31M. Garrick / S. Mills (41)+13:33.8
32N. Kidd / A. Reid (37)+13:40.4
33I. Elliot / T. Milliken (51)+13:59.2
34P. Walker / M. Gunn (39)+14:39.5
35E. Mulligan / P. Goatley (40)+14:40.5
36S. Paul / T. Paul (38)+14:46.7
37Z. King / B. Waayer (59)+14:59.7
38D. Taylor / J. Brenssell (44)+15:03.3
39R. Turner / S. Eustace (61)+15:23.8
40B. Green / F. Pedersen (29)+15:30.2
41P. Collins / T. Spark (24)+15:47.2
42E. Clark / C. Flynn (55)+16:38.2
43A. Vause / D. O'Kane (58)+17:52.6
44D. Clark / T. Read (64)+18:19.6
45A. Eyles / J. Eyles (63)+20:56.7
46J. Robb / D. Robb (60)+22:45.3
47M. Harris / J. Hudson (62)+24:47.5
48C. Alexander / Y. Fullerton (56)+32:53.2
49C. Rabbidge / A. Rabbidge (53)+35:22.2
50R. Richards / E. Vaughan (57)+35:27.5
51T. Judd / R. Blacktopp (49)+46:25.8
52J. McIlwick / B. Dawson (42)+51:07.2
53R. Ross / M. Klink (67)+1:12:05.3
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2017 Points
1S. Ogier172
2T. Neuville160
3O. Tanak144
4J.M Latvala123
5D. Sordo89
6E. Evans87
7C. Breen64
8J. Hänninen58
9H. Paddon55
10E. Lappi49
1Scott McLaughlin (Ford)2058
2Jamie Whincup (Holden)2046
3Fabian Coulthard (Ford)1951
4Shane Van Gisbergen (Holden)1800
5Chaz Mostert (Ford)1794
6Mark Winterbottom (Ford)1503
7Craig Lowndes (Holden)1446
8David Reynolds (Holden)1395
9Garth Tander (Holden)1368
10Cameron Waters (Ford)1264
1Matt Summerfield77
2Rhys Gardner67
3Andrew Hawkeswood63
4Graham Featherstone51
5Ben Hunt50
6Dylan Turner47
7Job Quantock43
8David Holder41
9Tony Gosling37
10Dave Strong30
1Deane Buist107
2Jeff Judd95
3Matt Summerfield91
4David Quantock80
5Richard Bateman71
6Garet Thomas67
7Regan Ross57
8Carter Strang54
9Marcus Van Klink51
10Michael Tall46
1Warwick Redfern59
2Matt Adams50
3Adam Bligh32
3Doug Adnitt32
5Dylan Thomson23
6Carl Adnitt21
7Jack Williamson20
8Daniel Alexander19
9Justin Glavish16
9Paul Fraser16
1Mark Kirk-Burnnand176
2Martin Dippie172
2Tony Quinn172
4Ivan Knauf162
5Chris West156
5Graeme Coley156
5Joe Kouwenhoven156
5Leigh Hopper156
9Mike Lea149
9Robert Darrington149