Rally Australia the most popular ‘long haul’ WRC
- 23rd October 2017, 8:59am
There is interest regarding the four cars entered under special AP4 rules (a Mazda 2, a Mini Cooper, a Toyota Yaris and a Peugeot 208) and the relative performance of these 1.6 litre turbo cars which are allowed to run with 34mm turbo restrictors (R5 cars must use 32mm restrictors).The specification of the 10 traditional “Group N” cars is also of interest, all of which have been entered under ASN rules rather than as NR4 cars. Entries for the concurrent National championship event have not yet been released. View the 2017 Rally Australia entry list HERE.
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