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Australian-based Scotsman, Alister McRae will drive an MEM prepared Proton Satria Neo S2000 on the next round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship, Rally Indonesia, which takes place October 3-4.

McRae will replace Karamjit Singh who gave the Proton its APRC debut in Malaysia but crashed out in the early stages.

Three-time APRC winner, Cody Crocker, still leads the title race and is on track for his fourth straight success.

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