Second generation rally driver, Clayton Hoy, has taken out the Working Dog Rally, round 5 of the NSW Rally Championship, and round 3 of the Queensland title. With experienced co-driver Alan Stean in the left hand seat, Hoy drove his Lancer Evos 6 to an 11 second victory over another Lancer driven by Queensland hot-shot Glenn Brinkman. Hoy is the son of Coffs Harbour speedster Wayne Hoy, who was an Australian Rally Championship front-runner in the 1990s. It was a Mitsubishi Lancer top four, with Richard Shimmon in third place, and Tristan Kent fourth. Fifth was Tony Sullens in his giant-killing Citroen DS3, while Glen Raymond kept his NSW title hopes alive by finishing sixth in his loaned Subaru Legacy RS Turbo. Raymond had crashed heavily just three weeks ago at Batemans Bay. A report on the Working Dog Rally will follow, but full results can be found at
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