Round 2 of the Australian Rally Championship, Rally of Canberra, has attracted 18 entries.  The event will be without a manufacturer team, with Toyota's involvement ceasing after last weekend's Rally Tasmania.

Heading the entry list is Simon Evans, who will compete in a two-car Subaru team alongside younger brother, Eli.

Neal Bates, fresh from his win in Tasmania, will start as favourite, with the event taking place in his backyard.  The Canberran has been able to retain his Corolla S2000 and will run as a private entry this time out.

Dean Herridge will make a welcome return to the gravel in his Subaru Impreza WRX STI. After two tarmac rallies recently, Herridge hasn't rallied on gravel in Australia for some months, having spent last year competing in China and in the Asia Pacific Rally Championship, where he won the inaugural Pacific Cup.

Glen Raymond and Justin Dowel will also make the trip to Canberra to try and add to their points haul from round one.

The event has also attracted a number of quality state competitors including Michael Boaden and Nathan Quinn (NSW), Brett Kipling (SA) and Steve Shepheard and Matt Van Tuinen (Qld).

Rally of Canberra will be helf from March 7 - 9.

The official entry list is:



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