Thu, 15 Aug 2019 - Campbell returns to happy hunting ground

Tauranga’s Phil Campbell returns to a happy hunting ground for the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel this weekend for the penultimate round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship.

The Whitianga-based event was the scene of Campbell’s first NZRC round win back in 2014 and since then he has also recorded a second place in 2015 and just missed the podium with fourth in 2017.

A challenging 2019 season started with a podium finish but a pair of did-not finishes see Campbell in sixth, although still with the opportunity to get amongst the top three with a couple of strong results to finish the season.

The Campbell Rally Sport team have made good use of the almost two-month break between events to check over The Roofing Store Ford Fiesta AP4, including a full gearbox rebuild after retiring from the latest South Canterbury round.

“I’m really looking forward to Coromandel, obviously it holds some pretty special memories for us with the first round win,” says Campbell. “This year has been really up and down, we’ve finished two rallies and we’ve been third and fourth, so if we can have a couple of strong finishes we should end up close to the top three.”

The Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel kicks off with a ceremonial start on Friday night at 6pm in Whitianga’s Albert Street. The following day sees eight special stages around the Coromandel Peninsula totalling 126 kilometres.

Wed, 14 Aug 2019 - Barker aims to Conquer Coromandel

The Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship heads to Whitianga this weekend for round 5, The Goldrush Rally of Coromandel. Where Stephen Barker will make his first appearance at the event. The rally gets underway with a Ceremonial start on Friday night before tackling 126 competitive kilometres over 8 stages on Saturday.

A break from the championship following disappointing results in round 1 and 2 has left the Barker eager to get back behind the wheel, this time with a new objective. Having started his last two rallies together with Co-Driver Chris MacIver in search of event knowledge and points. The pair showed good speed but ultimately came up empty handed. Meaning the focus now shifts towards pushing for a maiden rally win.

“The two dnfs were really tough for Chris and I after putting so much effort into being there. So, we made the call to focus our efforts on the two remaining north island events. The Championship is long gone but I am determined to keep building on the speed we have and win a rally” says Barker.

Now happy with the performance of the teams Mitsubishi Evo 9. Barker believes the key to being on the podium this weekend will be a successful pre rally Reconnaissance. With only one opportunity to drive Saturday’s stages in advance. The importance of correct information in the notes the pair create has never greater.

“We pushed hard at round two in Whangarei and we were fighting for the lead from the first stage. I underestimated our speed during the reconnaissance there and a small off cost us the good result”, Barker admits.

The Coromandel Rally will serve up a mixture of tight technical and fast flowing gravel stages. With forecast rain set to play a role in the day’s competition. A challenge Barker is geared up for.

As the team finalises preparations for the event, they would like to acknowledge the support of: Online Stabilisers, GHL Temp Fence, Baker Boys Nursery, Wrigley Concrete, Manukau Auto Centre, Ingham Mitsubishi, Dunlop Tyres, Winmax Brakes, Howser Classics, Waikato Mobile Windscreens, Pickerill Auto Electrical, Rallydrive NZ

Wed, 14 Aug 2019 - Sheehan ready to fight for title at Coromandel

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan will come out swinging at the penultimate round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel, this weekend.

Sheehan made an almost perfect start to the season, opening with a win and a second place. A thumb injury slowed progress at the next round in Canterbury, while a freak mechanical failure saw a non-finish at the most recent round, South Canterbury. With all that added up in points land, Sheehan is an equal leader of the NZRC category 2 two-wheel drive class.

With rival Robbie Stokes having set the pace this season, Sheehan promises some changes to both the Truck Moves Ford Fiesta R2 and his driving thanks to mentor and driver trainer, David Holder.

The Whitianga-based event was the first North Island event Sheehan contested last year and was also the first rally he and co-driver Glenn Goldring competed in.

"Coromandel is one event we have competed in in 2018, so it’ll be nice to repeat a rally with some familiar stages,” says Sheehan.

“I’m determined to up our game after 2 frustrating rounds thanks to a broken thumb and a mechanical DNF in Canterbury and South Canterbury respectively. With two rounds remaining and a good chance to grab a New Zealand title in our debut year, we will be pushing hard straight out of the blocks in Coromandel. Its gloves off time!"

The Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel kicks off with a ceremonial start on Friday night at 6pm in Whitianga’s Albert Street. The following day sees eight special stages around the Coromandel Peninsula totalling 126 kilometres.

Fri, 9 Aug 2019 - Hugh field for 2019 Catlins Coast Rally

A massive entry of eighty-eight cars will start the 2019 Catlins Coast Rally on Saturday.

Defending champion and four-time winner Andrew Graves of Gore is once again the top seed in his venerable Mitsubishi EVO 3. Graves’ wins have come in 2010, 2013, 2017 and again last year. He has twice been runner-up in 2012 and 2016 and was third in 2011. He also has one other Catlins win to his name when he was co-driver for Derek Ayson when the duo won the event in 2005.

This year Andrew’s son Hayden will join him in the co-driver seat. Hayden has done the job before but never at Catlins and Graves admits he would love to win this year with Hayden alongside.

Matt Summerfield of Christchurch is at two in his Subaru Impreza WRX. Summerfield was the runner-up in 2017 NZ Rally Championship and fourth last year and currently sits fifth in this year’s points. The runner-up at last year’s Rankleburn Rally, Kaiapoi driver Job Quantock, is at three in a Lancer EVO 8 for this event while last year’s third placegetter at Catlins, Carter Strang of Wallacetown, is seeded fourth in his EVO 6.

Three-time winner Dean Bond of Balclutha won at Catlins in 2009, 2011 and 2015, and is seeded fifth in his Mitsubishi EVO 6.5 However he failed to finish after sliding off the road in Special Stage 3 last year and has since done very little mileage in his familiar Mitsubishi EVO 6.5.

Cantabrians, Mike Tall (EVO 6.5), John Giltrap (EVO 9), Garet Thomas (Impreza WRX), Sean Haggerty (WRX) and Job Quantock’s father, David, (Mitsubishi Mirage) round out the top ten. Scotsman Haggerty, now resident in Ohoka, had a huge crash at the recent South Canterbury Rally but has re-shelled the car and will take the start on Saturday.

Deane Buist of Christchurch leads the 2-wheel-drive cars at twelve in his unique VW Golf GTi MK2, just ahead of rivals Regan Ross of Kaikoura (Escort MKII) and Marcus Van Klink of Christchurch (Mazda RX7 Group B). Balclutha driver Barry Mills (Hillman Avenger) at eighteen is capable of giving the top ten a nudge.

The many class battles will be another feature of the event. The first three overall placegetters are not eligible for class placings which opens the door for more to share in the class prizes.

As always Graves will be the top runner in Class E for Pre 1996 4-wheel-drive cars with eleventh seed Matt Wright of Christchurch (Subaru Impreza), Tom Bond of Dunedin (Legacy) and last year’s class winner Mark Parsons and runner-up Garry Cliff the other major contenders.

Class D for more modern 4-wheel-drive cars is always competitive with all of the top ten seeds apart from Graves duking it out for class honours. Jeff Judd won it last year in his Impreza from David Quantock and Garet Thomas.

The 2-wheel-drive 1601cc & over Class C should be the domain of Buist with Jason Keach of Mosgiel in a MKI Escort RS1800 also in the mix.

Class B (2-wheel-drive cars of 1301-1600cc) should see last year’s winner Richie Chadwick of Dunedin to the fore again in his Toyota Corolla GT although Robbie Stokes of Waikuku (Ford Fiesta R2) and Nick Marston of Rolleston (Toyota Sprinter) along with Craig Cormack of Gore, Taylor Judd (Christchurch) and Graham McRae of Invercargill will be factors as well.

There is a fantastic number of entries in Class A (2-wheel-drive 0-1300cc) this year and the best on seedings are Tim Smith of Christchurch, Peter Murch of Rangiora, Rhys Turner of Dunedin and Richard Ford of Bannockburn. Each one of them will be at the wheel of Toyota Starlet’s.

Nigel Marshall of Wyndham with the 2016 event winning driver Vaughan Edie in the co-driver seat in Marshall’s Datsun 1200 is one favourite in Class F (0-1700 Classic’s) while last year’s class winner Brendon Mitchell of Winton in his Datsun 1600 will be right there also.

Regan Ross and Marcus Van Klink should be the frontrunners in Class G (1701cc & over Classics) along with Jeff Judd, Barry Mills and Graham Ferguson of Greymouth (Ford Escort).

This year’s Catlins Coast Rally is also the fifth and final round of the Mainland Rally Series. Both the overall title and several of the classes are still wide open giving extra edge to the results this Saturday.

The Stadium Finance Southern & Novice Challenge will see a trophy awarded to the first crew in the event from across the water – from the North Island or Australia - while there are also first and second place trophies for the novice drivers and novice co-drivers in the event – in which crews who have done less than three rallies qualify.

The rally will begin adjacent to Owaka Motors in Campbell Street, Owaka, at 10am and will conclude in Campbell Street back in Owaka at 3.40pm.

Owaka will be the hub of the event with the Service Parks taking place in the town throughout the day.

This year the event begins with the12.89km MRF Tyres/www.palmside.co.nz Cannibal Bay stage followed by AG & Auto Direct Romahapa (35.76km). The 16.50km Lister Helicopters Puaho stage which has not been used since 2003 is next followed by Michael Kelly Auto Electrical Ltd Catlins Valley (26.61km). The penultimate stage is a new one, the AON Insurance McNab’s Farm Stage, over 31.84km with the Midland Rag Supplies Tawanui stage over 24.10km the final stage of the event.

The winner of the event will receive the Darryl Robinson Memorial Trophy while the leading South Otago crew home earns the Kerry O’Donohue Memorial Trophy and the top Otago Sports Car Club crew, the Glen Shirlaw Memorial Trophy.

The 2019 Catlins Coast Rally will be livestreamed on the Catlins Coast Rally Official facebook page with Blair Bartels of the NZ Rally Championship and past Catlins Coast Rally winner, Rhys Gardner. The livestreaming is made possible thanks to Stadium Finance and Yuasa Batteries.

The Eastern Southland Car Club is delighted to have the support of the Clutha Licensing Trust through their Rosebank Lodge Balclutha establishment, plus Southroads, Owaka Motors, Yuasa Batteries and Stadium Finance. The club is also especially grateful to Rayonier Matariki Forests, the Clutha District Council and the McNab Family for their assistance with the event.

Wed, 7 Aug 2019 - Mainland Rally Series to be decided at Catlins

This year’s Catlins Coast Rally is also the fifth and final round of the Mainland Rally Series with the series overall title and several of the classes still wide open, giving extra edge to the result of the rally this Saturday.

In the drivers overall championship Josh Marston of Christchurch currently leads on 82 points but will not contest this event leaving it wide open. Garet Thomas of Darfield is just two points behind Marston while Job Quantock of Kaiapoi on 74, Matt Summerfield (Christchurch) on 73, Regan Ross (64), Marcus Van Klink (60) and Matt Wright (54) all still have a mathematical chance to take the title. In the co-driver points Gemma Thomas leads on 82 with Regan Ross’ co-driver Samantha Gray just one point behind. The next four on points Andrew Graves, Nicole Summerfield, Grant Marra and Dave Neill will not add to their points tallies at Catlins.

In the Class battles Tim Smith of Christchurch has a comfortable lead in Class A while his co-driver Brett Maddren is 16 points behind Blake Murch who will sit in the co-driver seat alongside Peter Murch.

Robbie Stokes of Waikuku and Kevin Lynch are tied on 54 points in Class B but Lynch is not entered this weekend so Nick Marston of Rolleston, just three points behind is Stokes’ biggest threat. Dean McCrostie leads the co-driver points by one point from Amy Stokes but is not competing while Marston’s co-driver Pete Calvert plus Quinn Blanchfield retain a chance of taking the honours.

Marcus Van Klink has a 12 point lead over Deane Buist in Class C but in the co-drivers points Van Klink’s usual co-driver Dave Neill is not competing, leaving Buist’s co-driver Karl Celeste the opportunity of overhauling the deficit.

Class D is very competitive with Garet Thomas leading on 58 points from the absent Josh Marston then Summerfield, Job Quantock and Sean Haggerty. Gemma Thomas leads the co-driver points on 59 with Sean Sands the only co-driver present with a chance of catching her.

Phil Collins and Tracy Spark lead the Class E drivers and co-driver points respectively with 65 points each but neither will be at Catlins, opening the door for the driver/co driver combinations of Matt Wright/Stephen Lloyd on 60 points each and Garry Cliff and his co-driver James Cowles on 58 to take away the title.

Regan Ross leads Class F on 62 points ahead of Eddie Gray (57) and Jeff Judd (54) while Gray’s co-driver Josh Skafer leads the co-drivers points on 63 from Sarah Brennan (Judd’s co-driver) on 54 and Samantha Gray (Ross) on 42.

The 4M and 2M classes which are designed for North Island and Australian competitors look fairly clear cut. Mark Parsons of Drury leads Palmerston North’s Brian Green by 28 points in 4M while Green’s co -driver Fleur Pedersen has the co-drivers class sewn up. In 2M Daniel Alexander and Glenn Goldring respectively, neither who are competing at Catlins, have the titles already in the bag.

The Catlins Coast Rally starts in Owaka at 10am on Saturday 10 August and the Eastern Southland Car Club is delighted to have the support of the Clutha Licensing Trust through their Rosebank Lodge Balclutha establishment, plus Southroads, Owaka Motors, Yuasa Batteries and Stadium Finance. The club is also especially grateful to Rayonier Matariki Forests, the Clutha District Council and the McNab Family for their assistance with the event.

Wed, 7 Aug 2019 - Stokes name on Catlins Rally roads again

The name Stokes is a well-known one in New Zealand rallying and Robbie Stokes and his sister and co-driver Amy of Waikuku are representing the family name to the high standards set by their parents Brian and Anne Stokes before them.

Brian was the New Zealand rally champion in 1985 and 1988 and is still active in the sport while Robbie was just eight weeks old when he attended his first Rally New Zealand and Amy just three weeks old when she first went to the Ashley Forest Rallysprint. Growing up in that environment it was probably inevitable that Robbie and Amy would follow in their parents wheel tracks but Amy says there was never any pressure to do so. “Robbie and I both love what we do and although there was no pressure Mum and Dad love we are doing it too.”

The duo is having an awesome season too. They are tied for the lead in the Group N 2-wheel-drive National Championship, Robbie with Mike Sheehan in the driver points and Amy with Glenn Goldring in the co-driver points.

They are right at the pointy end of their class in the Mainland Rally Series of which Catlins is the final round too, Robbie tied with Kevin Lynch in Class B and Amy just one point behind Dean McCrostie.

They arrive at Catlins in strong form. “Our results have been really good,” says Amy, “it’s been good to show what we knew we could do.” The season started with a big hiccup though when they rolled twice at Otago and their Ford Fiesta R2 ended up submerged in a pond in a very scary incident. Since then they have rallied a borrowed car and Catlins will see the return of the chassis that was crashed at Otago. “Reliability is the biggest thing with it,” says Amy. “The whole car has been rebuilt. It has been a huge, huge job. It has only been running again for two weeks and we are hoping it goes well. We have trust in our team though and our man Ian is mad about rallying and doesn’t finish a job until he is happy with it.”

This will be Robbie and Amy’s first time at Catlins although they did see some parts of the stages in the Silver Fern a couple of years ago.

The siblings are aiming to run an AP4 car next year but first there is the business of winning the Class B Mainland Rally Series title at Catlins and then doing their best in the National Championship.

This year’s Catlins Coast Rally is the fifth and final round of the Mainland Rally Series and part of the Eastern Southland Car Club Rally Championship.

The Eastern Southland Car Club is delighted to have the support of the Clutha Licensing Trust through their Rosebank Lodge Balclutha establishment, plus Southroads, Owaka Motors, Yuasa Batteries and Stadium Finance. The club is also especially grateful to Rayonier Matariki Forests, the Clutha District Council and the McNab Family for their assistance with the event.

Thu, 1 Aug 2019 - Defending champion strives for five

Defending Catlins Coast Rally champion Andrew Graves of Gore is looking to add yet another southern rally to his tally when he contests the 2019 Catlins Coast Rally on Saturday 10 August.

Graves is striving for his fifth win in the event this year having already won it in 2010, 2013, 2017 and again last year. He has twice been runner-up in 2012 and 2016 and was third in 2011. He also has one other Catlins win to his name when he was co-driver for Derek Ayson when the duo won the event in 2005.

While Catlins has been a happy hunting ground you can also add three wins in the Rankleburn Rally, three in the Lawrence Rally, and a win in the 2016 Dusky Forest Rally to Graves’ record.

It is a staggering achievement but even more noteworthy for two reasons. The first is that Graves’ Mitsubishi EVO 3 is an older car amongst the more modern machines that generally contend for victory and the second is that he is not a regular competitor as he still mixes his own driving with stints in the co-driver seat for others. He did not contest Catlins in 2014 and 2015, for instance, instead co-driving for Tony Quinn.

The EVO 3 has had a “birthday” for this year’s event with a new clutch, new gear kit for the gearbox and new wheel bearings but other than that the car is as it was last year. The other big change for this year is the fact that Andrew’s son Hayden will join him in the co-driver seat. Hayden has done the job before but never at Catlins. “He is really excited. He is no stranger to going fast and he will do a great job and we will have a great day together,” says Andrew. Regular co-driver Jared Leebody has stepped aside this season although he will still be helping the team. “He offered his resignation to me so many times this time I thought I better take it,” laughs Graves. While it is Hayden’s first Catlins, he has been on board for some of his father’s other victories including at Dusky Forest when he was just 13 years of age.

Andrew Graves continues to both drive and co-drive at a high level. He is in his third season co-driving for Christchurch driver Josh Marston in a Holden Barina as they campaign in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship and some rounds of the Mainland Rally Series. Graves is currently second in the co-driver points in the National Championship and third in the Mainland Series co-driver points while last year he was runner-up in the National title and winner of the Mainland Series. A few days after Catlins Andrew will be off to the Coromandel for the next round of the National Championship with Marston.

Graves has always been thankful for the support of his family and crew, always acknowledging that what he does requires a team effort and family support.

He surely has one of the busiest rally programmes in the country but he has a fantastic record of success no matter what side of the car he is sitting on.

Asked if co-driving helps his own driving he says not a great deal. “It does give a speed perception for you but when you are co-driving you are so busy – it helps but not a lot.”

Graves admits he would love to win this year with Hayden alongside. “I need to keep my nose clean though. Last year we nearly threw it all away,” he says remembering a couple of incidents during the day.

Owaka will once again be the hub for the event with the start taking place at Owaka Motors in Campbell Street, Owaka from 10am and the first car due to return to the rally finish in Campbell Street at 3.40pm.

This year’s Catlins Coast Rally is the fifth and final round of the Mainland Rally Championship and part of the Eastern Southland Car Club Rally Championship.

The Eastern Southland Car Club is delighted to have the support of the Clutha Licensing Trust through their Rosebank Lodge Balclutha establishment, plus Southroads, Owaka Motors, Yuasa Batteries and Stadium Finance. The club is also especially grateful to Rayonier Matariki Forests and the Clutha District Council for their assistance with the event.

Tue, 30 Jul 2019 - No slowing down for club champion

He may have celebrated forty years of rally competition back in 2017 but Dave Jenkins of Gropers Bush near Riverton is not slowing down one bit.

Jenkins will contest the Catlins Coast Rally for the first time since 2015 when the event takes place on Saturday 10 August and he will do so on the back of having won his first ever championship – the Eastern Southland Car Club Championship in the 2017/2018 season.

For the last three years at Catlins Jenkins has been in the Zero Car, the lead car which lets spectators know the field is on its way and also to alert organisers of any problems on the stage. Jenkins drove the Zero Car in 2016 and 2017 while his son-in-law, Sam Henderson, a well-known driver in his own right, took the wheel last year while Jenkins, known to all in the rally fraternity as “Farmer”, sat alongside. Dave also did several years of Zero Car duty at the Rally Of Southland many years ago.

It will be Sam sitting alongside Dave in the co-driver seat of Jenkins’ Subaru Legacy RS when they take on Catlins next month. Sam’s presence continues a family tradition as Sam’s wife and Dave’s daughter Brodie had been Dave’s co-driver for many years from the age of thirteen, a partnership Dave regards as a highlight of his career. Dave’s wife Gaye also did a few events with him in the early 1980’s.

Dave has done little rallying of late, the Lawrence Rally last year being an exception, but he has done a lot of club type events and that is what led to his Club Championship win last season.

It was the first time he had chased a championship and by entering every event and finishing reasonably well in every one he accumulated enough points to take the title. “It was a real thrill to win, I’ve never really gone for a championship before,” says the modest Jenkins.

Jenkins first ever rally was the Eastern Southland Car Club’s 1977 Gore Rally in which he drove a Datsun 1600. Throughout his lengthy rally career there have only been seven different rally cars – four Datsun 1600’s, a Datsun Sunny, a Datsun 200B and the Subaru Legacy

The mid 1980’s were a particularly successful time for Jenkins winning two or three Claytons Rally’s and finishing in the top ten of the Rally Of Southland when it was part of the National Championship. He won the 1988 Gore Club Rally and did well in the Wyndham Rally too, coming close to winning in 1986. After losing time in the first stage he then won every other stage but missed the victory due to the time lost early on.

This year’s Catlins Coast Rally is the fifth and final round of the Mainland Rally Championship and part of the Eastern Southland Car Club Rally Championship.

The Eastern Southland Car Club is delighted to have the support of the Clutha Licensing Trust through their Rosebank Lodge Balclutha establishment, plus Southroads, Owaka Motors, Yuasa Batteries and Stadium Finance. The club is also especially grateful to Rayonier Matariki Forests and the Clutha District Council for their assistance with the event.

Recent Results
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2New ZealandDylan Turner+2.5
3New ZealandJosh Marston+1:31.5
4New ZealandKingsley Jones+1:51.3
5New ZealandDylan Thomson+1:52.1
6New ZealandMatt Adams+4:46.1
7New ZealandBen Thomasen+4:59.8
8New ZealandMatthew Jensen+5:10.7
9New ZealandBrynley Smith+5:50.3
10New ZealandBruce Herbert+5:59.1
11New CaledoniaEugene Creugnet+6:46.6
12New ZealandQuentin Palmer+7:28.1
13New ZealandJean-Louis Leyraud+7:30.6
14New ZealandAnthony Jones+7:40.4
15New ZealandBen Quin+7:57.0
16New ZealandBrian Green+8:10.4
17New ZealandWayne Muckle+9:34.9
18New ZealandRex Vizible+9:56.7
19New ZealandNathan Tough+9:57.5
20New ZealandMike Goldsbury+10:04.3
PosDriverTotal 
1New ZealandGaret Thomas1:31:25.1
2New ZealandJob Quantock+17.3
3New ZealandDean Bond+37.4
4New ZealandSean Haggarty+45.3
5New ZealandMatthew Wright+1:57.0
6New ZealandRegan Ross+2:40.8
7New ZealandJeff Judd+3:10.2
8New ZealandMark McMillan+3:22.6
9New ZealandMarcus van Klink+3:36.7
10New ZealandBarry Mills+4:10.0
11New ZealandRobbie Stokes+4:48.2
11New ZealandCraig Barclay+4:48.2
13New ZealandNigel Marshall+4:53.4
14New ZealandMurray Marshall+5:11.8
15New ZealandGarry Cliff+5:55.9
16New ZealandNigel Lawson+6:53.0
17New ZealandPaul Cross+7:02.5
18New ZealandDeane Buist+7:16.0
19New ZealandRodney Lang+7:34.9
20New ZealandPerry Moore+7:54.1
PosDriverTotal 
1New ZealandMichael Sanderson31:57.9
2New ZealandJeremy Friar+20.4
3New ZealandColin Cole+28.0
4New ZealandStuart Eyre+41.8
5New ZealandGreg Crene+2:15.7
6New ZealandAndrew Simms+2:20.1
7New ZealandNigel Patterson+2:25.7
8New ZealandRex Alder+2:28.3
9New ZealandMal Clark+2:30.3
10New ZealandStuart Andrews+2:34.7
11New ZealandColin Gibson+2:51.6
12New ZealandCarol Liston+2:57.6
13New ZealandBrian Green+3:26.0
14New ZealandMartin Hutton+3:29.7
15New ZealandGina Fabrello+3:48.6
16New ZealandBrandon Elder+4:11.6
17New ZealandAndrew Stevenson+4:13.7
18New ZealandElliott Frame+4:25.1
19New ZealandAntony Head+4:30.6
20New ZealandRoss Macdonald+5:05.0
2019 Points
PosNamePoints
1EstoniaOtt TÄNAK180
2FranceSébastien OGIER158
3BelgiumThierry NEUVILLE155
4United KingdomElfyn EVANS78
5NorwayAndreas MIKKELSEN71
6FinlandTeemu SUNINEN66
7United KingdomKris MEEKE60
8FinlandEsapekka LAPPI58
9FinlandJari-Matti LATVALA56
10SpainDani SORDO52
11FranceSébastien LOEB39
12United KingdomGus GREENSMITH6
13FranceYoann BONATO4
14FranceStéphane SARRAZIN2
15FranceAdrien FOURMAUX1
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandHayden Paddon78
2New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood55
3New ZealandJack Hawkeswood42
4AustraliaHarry Bates39
5New ZealandDavid Holder30
6AustraliaMolly Taylor29
7AustraliaLewis Bates26
8AustraliaMarcus Walkem20
9New ZealandMike Young19
10JapanSuguru Kawana12
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandBen Hunt176
2New ZealandJosh Marston122
3New ZealandDylan Thomson89
4New ZealandAnthony Jones68
5New ZealandDylan Turner65
6New ZealandMarcus Van Klink62
7New ZealandMatt Summerfield61
8New ZealandKingsley Jones59
9New ZealandPhil Campbell51
10New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood46
11New ZealandRaana Horan45
12New ZealandWayne Pittams44
13New ZealandJack Hawkeswood43
14New ZealandJob Quantock38
14New ZealandBrian Green38
16New ZealandMike Sheehan36
17New ZealandRobbie Stokes34
17New ZealandDave Strong34
19New ZealandCharlie Evans33
20New ZealandJeff Judd27
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandDylan Turner59
2New ZealandDylan Thomson47
3New ZealandAnthony Jones39
4New ZealandStephen Barker33
5New ZealandBrian Green30
6New ZealandBen Thomasen24
7New ZealandPhil Campbell23
7New ZealandWayne Pittams23
9New ZealandScott Rutherford16
9New ZealandMike Goldsbury16
11New ZealandRobbie Stokes15
11New ZealandCharlie Evans15
13New ZealandPhil Macquarie13
13New ZealandEthan O'Hagan13
13New ZealandJeff Judd13
16New ZealandDave Strong12
16New ZealandDaniel Alexander12
18New ZealandBrent Taylor10
19New ZealandWayne Rowberry9
19New ZealandBrendan Oakden9
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandGaret Thomas99
2New ZealandJob Quantock98
3New ZealandJosh Marston82
4New ZealandRegan Ross80
5New ZealandMatthew Wright74
5New ZealandMarcus Van Klink74
7New ZealandMatt Summerfield73
8New ZealandSean Haggarty71
9New ZealandJeff Judd61
10New ZealandGarry Cliff47
10New ZealandRobbie Stokes47
12New ZealandPhil Collins40
12New ZealandJohn Giltrap40
12New ZealandDavid Gee40
15New ZealandTim Smith35
16New ZealandDeane Buist33
17New ZealandBrad Harris32
18New ZealandNick Marston29
19New ZealandDavid Taylor21
20New ZealandDave Ollis20
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandEddie Bell110
1New ZealandHaydn McKenzie110
3New ZealandDavid Rogers106
4New ZealandBarry Kirk-Burnnand104
5New ZealandAndrew Oakley96
5New ZealandSteven Kirk-Burnnand96
5New ZealandMike Tubbs96
8New ZealandAnthony Butler94
9New ZealandJeremy Friar90
10New ZealandRory Callaway86
10New ZealandTim James86
10New ZealandGraeme Wong86
10New ZealandEddie Grooten86
14New ZealandGraeme Drummond84
15New ZealandTim McIver82
16New ZealandShane Walden81
17AustraliaRobert Darrington79
17New ZealandRichard Gillies79
19New ZealandIvan Knauf78
19New ZealandJohn Rae78