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 Canterbury Rally published
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 Holder and Farmer survive rock-strewn Rally Portugal to take third in JWRC
 Last minute twist gifts Targa Hawkes Bay win to Kirk-Burnnand and Hay
8 days agoDave Holder battles on in Portugal JWRC
 Rally de Portugal – Day Two Report
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 Rally de Portugal – Day One Report
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13 days agoPaddon as prepared as possible for Portugal
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 Targa Hawkes Bay published
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Mon, 28 May 2018 - Sheehan steps up for Canterbury Rally

Queenstown driver Mike Sheehan will step up at round three of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Lone Star Rally Canterbury, as he moves out of the Gull Rally Challenge and into the NZRC Two-wheel drive class.

In his rookie season, Sheehan has decided to join the NZRC two-wheel drive class as he looks to progress through the ranks of championship rallying.

While Sheehan was forced to watch from the side lines at the previous round, Rally Whangarei, the Truck Moves Ford Fiesta R2 was in action with Junior World Rally ...    more...

Mon, 28 May 2018 - Campbell excited for new car debut at Canterbury

Tauranga’s Phil Campbell will make the eagerly anticipated debut of the Campbell Rallysport Ford Fiesta AP4 car at this weekend’s Lone Star Rally Canterbury, the third round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship.

The Campbell Rallysport team have been building the spectacular looking Roofing Store backed Fiesta compliant to the AP4 regulations, since the start of the 2017 season. For the debut, the car will use a 2-litre engine while parts to build the correct 1600cc engine come from overseas.

The team had a chance to test the ...    more...

Mon, 21 May 2018 - Rally de Portugal – Day Three Report
Hyundai Motorsport has claimed its second win of the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) after a masterful performance by Thierry Neuville and co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul
The result marks Hyundai Motorsport’s first-ever triumph in Rally de Portugal and the ninth WRC win in total for the team
Having fought for his third gravel podium of the season, Dani Sordo finished fifth after being handed a ten-second penalty for an infringement earlier in the weekend.    more...
Mon, 21 May 2018 - Holder and Farmer survive rock-strewn Rally Portugal to take third in JWRC

Kiwi rally driver Dave Holder and co-driver Jason Farmer have taken their first podium finish in the 2018 FIA Junior World Rally Championship at Rally Portugal, one of the toughest events they’ve tackled to date. To finish Rally Portugal was an achievement in itself – only 46 of the original 85 entrants completed the rally.

To finish on the podium in the JWRC category was even better, exceeding Holder’s goal of a top five result. Holder and Farmer, from Mt Maunganui and Hamilton respectively, were also making their debut on the rock-strewn Portuguese event, which is ...    more...

Mon, 21 May 2018 - Last minute twist gifts Targa Hawkes Bay win to Kirk-Burnnand and Hay

In a third and final day of high drama Auckland pair Steve Kirk-Burnnand and co-driver Mike Hay (BMW 318ti) were gifted the win in the Targa Hawke’s Bay tarmac motor rally which finished in Havelock North on Sunday afternoon.

Heading into the final 37.34km Argyle Rd/Raukawa Rd stage on the way back to Havelock North former Targa New Zealand event winners Martin Dippie and co-driver Jona Grant (Porsche 991 GT3 RS) from Dunedin enjoyed a 3 min 20.7 lead over Kirk-Burnnand and Hay.

Earlier in the event Nic De Waal and Shane Reynolds had set ...    more...

Sun, 20 May 2018 - Dave Holder battles on in Portugal JWRC

Kiwis Dave Holder and Jason Farmer managed to get to the end of a very tough six-stage day on Saturday (CEST) in Portugal to hold fourth place among the seven of the 14 Junior World Rally Championship competitors still running.

It wasn’t an easy day for the pair, who rolled on the first run through SS12 during morning, and on the repeated run through the same 37.60km stage, had a driveshaft on their Ford Fiesta break.

Speaking from a tow truck taking them and the damaged car back to the service park in Porto, ...    more...

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