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COMMENT: One-day ARC round needs fine-tuning for future success

The Australian Rally Championship’s toe-in-the-water trial of one-day rounds of the series was largely successful at last weekend’s National Capital Rally. The Canberra round was the first of two one-day rallies this year, with Victoria’s Eureka Rally in August the other. On the whole, it seemed to work pretty well, although I must admit that […]

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Aside from a holed radiator, Lewis Bates' Yaris suffered only superficial damage. Photo: Peter Whitten
The Australian Rally Championship’s toe-in-the-water trial of one-day rounds of the series was largely successful at last weekend’s National Capital Rally. The Canberra round was the first of two one-day rallies this year, with Victoria’s Eureka Rally in August the other. On the whole, it seemed to work pretty well, although I must admit that […]

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Peter has been the editor of RallySport Magazine since its inception in 1989, in both printed and online form. He is a long-time competitor, event organiser and official, as well as working in the media.

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