After three rounds of the WARC & Clubman Series, the points show an interesting trend. Similar to last year, the respective championships have been hard fought. Round 4 of this year's season, the Experts Cup is due to run in mid June, and going into the rally, the outright and some classes are very close.

In the WARC outright, three drivers are within 2.5 points of each other. Chris Anderson (WRX), Tom Wilde (WRX) and John Macara (Evo 9) are all within striking distance, with Anderson currently holding top spot. Amongst the navigators, Ben Searcy leads Nerralie Wilde by just 1.5 points with Toni Feaver a distant third.

In the PRC4 class (2WD, 2000cc+), Kiel Douglas & Anthony Paynter hold a huge lead in their V8 Commodore and also currently hold top spot in the state 2WD standings. Leading PRC3 (2WD 1601-2000cc) competitors, Raz Vlad and Daymon Nicoli (Charade GTTi) are also nipping at the heels of the Commodore in 2WD, just 2 points behind the leading pair.

PRC2 (2WD 1201-1600cc) is led by brothers Craig and Scott Puzey in their Mitsubishi Mirage, whilst the giant slaying pair of Julian Wright/Jeff Huggins in their Datsun 1200 Coupe leads the smallest engine class of P1.

The Father/Daughter team of Chris and Maddie Kirkhouse (Nissan Sunny) hold the current lead in the production based N3 class (2WD 1601-2000).

Rounding out the WARC side is the rookie driver and navigator championships. This year there are four rookie drivers, led by Tim Ralli (Hyundai Lantra) and 13 navigators, with Tina Gould in top spot, navigating for her husband Dave in their WRX.

In WA, the Clubman Series is only open to 2WD cars. At the season mid point, Douglas/Paynter lead the Clubman Cup from Andrew Macdonald/Aarin Hahn (Toyota Sprinter) with Vlad/Nicoli in third place.

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