Mark and Angelina Travers are the WA Rally Championship’s...
WA rally driver Tom Wilde has wrapped up an outstanding...
East Coast Bullbars, manufacturers of the World’s Best...
Travers & Travers Cruise to Victory at Darling 200Monday, 18 November 2013 08:10
Wilde Finishes Second in the ARC ChampionshipSunday, 17 November 2013 14:12
East Coast Bullbars Extend ARC PartnershipWednesday, 13 November 2013 00:48
Mark and Angelina Travers are the WA Rally Championship’s new Clubman Cup champions.
The husband and wife team, competing in their first full season together, cruised to victory by winning the final event for the season, the Darling 200 around Jarrahdale on Saturday.SP_READ_MORE
WA rally driver Tom Wilde has wrapped up an outstanding debut season with the Renault Rally Sport Team, finishing second in the 2013 East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championship (ARC).
The 25-year-old Busselton local was runner up to the unstoppable Eli Evans (Honda Jazz) and said: “Second in the championship is amazing.”SP_READ_MORE
East Coast Bullbars, manufacturers of the World’s Best Alloy Bullbars, have confirmed their continuation as Major Corporate Partner of the Australian Rally Championship for both 2014 and 2015.
“The Australian Rally Championship and East Coast Bullbars are both Australian icons and brands with a rich history, and today we are pleased to announce the continuation of our partnership with the ARC for a further two years,” said Paul Torrisi, ECB General Manager of Sales and Operations.
Three WA drivers will head east for the final round of the 2013 East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championship, Rally Victoria.
WA’s leading ARC driver Tom Wilde in a Renault Clio R3, who’s third on the leaderboard behind Victorians Eli Evans in a Honda Jazz and teammate Scott Pedder, will lead the charge while Nicholas Box confirmed he would not be competing.SP_READ_MORE
Three WA rally drivers are locked in a tight battle for Clubman Cup honours in the WA Rally Championship (WARC).
Steve Vass, Carl Rattenbury and Mark Travers are each vying for the driver's title that will be decided at the Darling 200 around Jarrahdale on Saturday, November 16.SP_READ_MORE
The Western Australian Rally Advisory Panel (WARAP) is seeking nominations for the Official of the Year and the Young Official of the Year.
This is our opportunity to say thank you to the many officials who put in the many hours of voluntary work for rallying.SP_READ_MORE
Busselton Rally Sport’s Leigh Hynes and Stuart Percival have claimed the 2013 WA Rally Championship (WARC) after dominating the competition, winning three out of five events in their Subaru WRX this year.
They were fastest at the Trade Hire Donnelly Rally, Experts Cup Rally and Lewana Stages Rally and won Heat Two of the Quit Forest Rally.SP_READ_MORE
Dylan King (Glen Forest) has had a big finish to the 2013 WA Rally Championship (WARC) season, winning the Carringtons Traffic Services (CTS) Safari Rally by a staggering three and a half minutes and finishing second overall in the Championship.
It’s been a phenomenal year for King, 19, who after winning the WA 2WD Championship last year, recruited experienced co-driver Lee Tierney and made the move to the Outright competition in a Subaru WRX.SP_READ_MORE
Leigh Hynes and Stuart Percival have claimed the 2013 WA Rally Championship at the notoriously-demanding Carringtons Traffic Services Safari Rally on Saturday.
“We’re thrilled to be able to take the title back to the City of Busselton,” Hynes said.SP_READ_MORE
Leigh Hynes and Stuart Percival are on the verge of claiming the 2013 WA Rally Championship (WARC) honours.
The Busselton Rally Sport pair needs just a top-eight finish in the fifth and final event of the WARC, the Carringtons Traffic Services Safari Rally this Saturday, to seal the deal.
Hynes and Percival are 24 points ahead of their nearest rivals after a runaway rally season.SP_READ_MORE
You are invited to join CAMS in Celebration of its 60th Anniversary and the Car Clubs that have shaped West Australian Motor Sport.
The 2013 West Australian Motor Sport Awards will recognise the West Australian Car Clubs and their milestones, Western Australia State Champions, CAMS Service Awards & CAMS Official of the year.SP_READ_MORE
The WA Rally Championship (WARC) will be decided at the toughest event of the season, the Carringtons Traffic Services (CTS) Safari Rally around Chidlow on Saturday, October 12.
Leigh Hynes, who leads the Championship after winning three out of four events this year, is gunning for his third driver’s title and says he’ll take a ‘cautious’ approach to the event.
“We know we have to finish in the top eight to claim the Championship,” Hynes said.SP_READ_MORE
Following the success of the inaugural Rally Hall of Fame Gala Dinner at the start of the year, nominations are now being called for 2014 inductee nominations.
At a lavish gala presentation earlier in the year the Australian rallying community welcomed the first ever inductees into the Hall of Fame.
In total 13 distinguished individuals were introduced ranging from drivers, to co-drivers, to officials and administrators.SP_READ_MORE
They’re the guys who help maintain the safety of our competitors, officials and spectators and you might see their mobile extraction rescue vehicle. They’re at every WA rally.
The team is made up of a group of highly-skilled rescue professionals who recently completed refresher training in vehicle extrication.SP_READ_MORE
Three WA drivers have made it to the finish of the gruelling Coates Hire Rally Australia around the Coffs Coast on the weekend.
The event, which was round 10 of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), had a long list of casualties as teams battled with long stages and extreme dust.
Frenchman Sebastian Ogier (Volkswagen) claimed victory at the event after winning 18 of the 22 stages, while Coffs Harbour local Nathan Quinn and former WA co-driver Glenn Macneall, competing in a Mini and together for the first time, were crowned first Australians. They finished eighth.SP_READ_MORE
The Light Car Club is working to finalise the 2013 Carringtons Traffic Services Safari Rally with preparations ploughing ahead at full steam.
As round five of the WA Clubman Cup and State 2WD championship, the Safari will also be the pivotal decider in the outright State Rally Championship.
The rally’s nine specials stages will all run on the gravel forest roads around Mundaring, with Rally HQ and the service park located in nearby Chidlow. State competitors will have the opportunity to pace note the 110km of stages, whilst Clubman Cup competitors will compete using the organiser’s road book, running the shorter distance of 63km.SP_READ_MORE
Five WA drivers will line up with the world’s best at the Coates Hire Rally Australia around the Coffs Coast from September 12 to 15.
The event is round 10 of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) and Maxy Rally’s Razvan Vlad can’t wait to compete with the top-level teams.
“I love taking part in the WRC section as I get to meet the world's best drivers, see the lines they take through the corners and maybe learn something,” he said.SP_READ_MORE
PERTH driver Peter Major has clinched his second win in the Quit Targa West rally, crossing the finish line in Perth with a mere eight-second margin this afternoon.
Although Major, 28, led throughout the four-day event, he described his victory in the Competition-Modern category as his toughest-fought as he nursed a sick engine through the final stages.
The final gap to second-placed Ben Searcy/James Marquet would have been three seconds, but the fellow Perth driver clipped a marker bollard with his Nissan GT-R on the final pass through the Complete Portables Malaga stage this morning and earned a five-second penalty.SP_READ_MORE