RallyWA are calling all entrants for the 2010 Western Safari Rally scheduled for October 16 and with the WARC and Clubman Cup title yet to be decided, the event is set to be a cracker.

Hosted by the Light Car Club of WA, the rally will be based at Chidlow in Western Australia’s hills region using 125kms of roads that intertwine with the Mundaring Forest.

The event will decide who will be the 2010 WARC winner with only 4.5 points separating the two drivers in contention for the title; Tom Wilde in his Subaru WRX leads Chris Anderson in a Subaru Impreza.

‘Best of the rest’ honours are still up for grabs too with John Macara holding a slender 13-point lead over Roman Watkins who has a train of four drivers in David Gould, Darren Windus, Gary Whittle and Doug Tostevin who all pose a threat should they perform well in Chidlow.

The next chapter in the ‘David and Goliath’ battle that has developed in Clubman Cup will also occur at Chidlow with Kiel Douglas in a Holden Commodore holding a respectable but attainable 32-point lead over Razvan Vlad in a Daihatsu Charade.

While the Western Safari Rally is the final and deciding round of the WARC, the Clubman Cup competitors also have the Darling 200 Rally remaining scheduled for November 13.

Western Safari entries close on Thursday October 7 and for further details about the event contact Kayla Polak on 0419 999 571.

For Western Safari Regulations, Spectator Information and Entry Forms and other RallyWA news visit us on the web: www.rallywa.com
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