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  • Licence hiccup forces rule change

    Factory Ford rally driver, Michael Guest, competed in the Toyota Rally of South Australia last weekend, despite allegedly having his civil...

  • Disappointment for Pirtek Ford team

    The Pirtek Rally Team has finished its third-straight event completing the Rally of South Australia in the Adelaide Hills. The Ford...

  • Orders’ dream run in South Australia

    After some rain on Friday at the shakedown for Toyota Rally SA, hard chargers Will Orders and Toni Feaver admitted that...

  • Glenney’s wins stuns ARC factory teams

    Local rally ace Steve Glenney has stolen the show and taken a stunning win at Toyota Rally SA today, the penultimate...

  • Glenney wins Heat 2 in South Australia

    Privateer Steve Glenney and co-driver Bernie Webb have taken their first win in an Australian Rally Championship round, by taking out...

  • Pedders wins Leg 1

    After leading all day, Mitsubishi driver Scott Pedder has taken victory in Leg 1 of Toyota Rally SA.  Pedder finished the...

  • Pedder leads in SA

    After tasting success in South Australia last year, Mitsubishi driver Scott Pedder is on track to take victory in today’s Heat...

  • Toyota drivers in confident mood

    Toyota rally drivers Simon Evans and Neal Bates are eagerly awaiting taking to the flowing roads of the South Australian forests...

  • New Zealand interest in ARC

    EXCLUSIVE: The Australian Rally Commission’s call for submissions for rounds of the 2007 Australian Rally Championship has sparked interest from across...

  • Orders keen to make amends

    Current leaders of class P5 in the Australian Rally Championship, Will Orders and Toni Feaver, set out this weekend to compete...

  • SA ready for ARC battle

    Fifty-eight entries have been received for this weekend’s Toyota Rally South Australia, the fifth round of the Australian Rally Championship, to...

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