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2018 Rally Tours

RallySport Magazine began escorting rally fans to Rally New Zealand, a round of the World Rally Championship, back in 2000, and have built an enviable reputation for providing top quality, value for money rally tours.

Our popular rally tours now also include Rally Australia, Rally Finland and the Otago Classic Rally in New Zealand, and many of our clients return year after year, which means we must be doing something right!

The RallySport Magazine team work closely with rally organisers to ensure our clients have access to the best spectator points, and get to see what goes on behind-the-scenes, like Service Park and Rally Headquarters visits.

Your rally tour will be personally escorted by one of the RallySport Magazine team or our handpicked partners (on some overseas tours) – we know the rallies, and we know rallying, each of us having been involved in the sport for over 30 years. Our rally guides are committed to giving you the best rally experience – one you’ll talk about for years to come.

We look forward to welcoming you on one of our fully-escorted, value-for-money rally tours soon!

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Declan Dwyer and Craig Adams have given us the third winner in as many rounds in this year’s MRF Tyres South Australian Rally Championship.

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This Saturday’s Hyundai NZ Gold Rush Rally of Coromandel in New Zealand represents unfinished business for Kiwi rally star Hayden Paddon – it’s the one national rally he’s never won.

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RallySport Mag’s Tom Smith recently caught up with Queenslander, John Allen, the man they call ‘JA’, to dig into the reasons for this ‘retirement’ from co-driving, and what the future holds. This is Part 2 of our John Allen interview.

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