2014-02-15The Quit Forest Rally is gearing up for one...
When in January 2012, the newly formed City of Busselton...
When WA hosted Rally Australia, some of the most...
Quit Forest Rally gets ready to celebrate 30th yearsSaturday, 15 February 2014 15:40
Events Drive the South West - City of BusseltonWednesday, 12 February 2014 19:00
Bunnings Stages Revived for New WARC RallySunday, 09 February 2014 13:20
Trade Hire will become the naming rights sponsor of the Quit Forest Rally Busselton Super Special Stage next April it was announced today.SP_READ_MORE
The WA rallying community is in shock at the loss of its Chief Scrutineer and dear friend, Ernie Hastie.
The 65 year old died in his sleep on Monday January 13 from unknown causes.SP_READ_MORE
2014-02-15The Quit Forest Rally is gearing up for one of its biggest years yet as the event celebrates its 30th Birthday from 4 – 6 April, 2014.
After starting as a round of the West Australian Rally Championship, the Quit Forest Rally became a round of the Australian Rally Championship in 1985, and is now the longest continuous running event in the ARC.SP_READ_MORE
The 2014 WA Rally Championship season will be officially launched at Performance West on Great Eastern Highway in Ascot at 7pm on Wednesday, March 5. click here for all the details and book!
Competitors, crew members, officials and rally enthusiasts are invited to see cars on display and hear stories from Dakar driver Garry Connell.SP_READ_MORE
When WA hosted Rally Australia, some of the most spectacular competition was run over the world-famous jumps of the Bunnings (later Sotico) stages in Boddington.SP_READ_MORE
When in January 2012, the newly formed City of Busselton boldly declared its intention to become the Events Capital of Regional WA, there was no real expectation that thisSP_READ_MORE
At least three rookies will have their first taste of the WA Rally Championship competition in 2014.
Like many who start in rallying, it’s a sport and a passion that runs in the family.SP_READ_MORE
2014 looks to be a big year for rallying in WA with an extra event in the Western Australian State Rally Championship and bumper fields at the end of 2013!
To keep the momentum going the Rally Advisory Panel have made some minor adjustments to the available series.SP_READ_MORE
The dedication and commitment of officials was recognised at RallyWA’s End of Year Celebration on Saturday night.
Long-time volunteer Haydn Joss was named Official of the Year.SP_READ_MORE
In 2014 the Quit Forest Rally Busselton Super Special Stage will be given a serious shake up following major redevelopment to its location, Barnard Park and the Busselton foreshore.SP_READ_MORE
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