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  • Silver Fern loses first stage

    Organisers of the week long NZ Silver Fern International Car Rally, the first of its kind in nearly 30 years, and...

  • Iran national champion banned

    Iran’s national rally champion, Laleh Seddigh, has been banned form competing in an event by the country’s motorsport authority. Seddigh, 29,...

  • New challenge for Citroen

    Doubtless penalised by the temporary absence of number one team-mates Sébastien Loeb/ Daniel Elena, the Kronos Total Citroën WRT has no...

  • PWRC showdown in Perth

    Subaru and Mitsubishi face the ultimate showdown when the two great marques battle for on-event and Championship supremacy in the FIA...

  • Wilks back to rally in Yorkshire

    Guy Wilks makes a return to the Tesco 99 Octane MSA British Rally Championship this weekend hoping for another giant-killing performance...

  • Landscape gardener wins Rally Oz start

    Paul Williams of Mount Lawley (WA) has won the ultimate rally fan’s prize – a fully supported competitor entry into Telstra...

  • Moscatt lucks out in China

    The third round of the Chinese National Rally Championship took place in Kaiyang last weekend, in central western China. The event...

  • Silver Fern brings in the dollars

    When the seven day International Silver Fern Marathon Rally gets underway from Picton on Saturday, the 70 entrants, their teams, supporters...

  • McRae to replace Loeb for Rally of Turkey

    1995 World Champion, Colin McRae, will replace Sebastien Loeb in the upcoming Rally of Turkey. The Scotsman will drive the #1...

  • Subaru sign Atkinson for 2007

    Australia’s Chris Atkinson has been confirmed as the Subaru World Rally Team’s second driver for the 2007 World Rally Championship season....

  • Rally Australia entry list (draft)

    Telstra Rally Australia have released the provisional entry list for their event, the 14nth round in the 2006 FIA World Rally...

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