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Sat, 19 Aug 2017 - Neuville holds provisional podium in Hyundai Motorsport’s home rally
  • Championship leader Thierry Neuville holds a provisional podium in third place after the opening day of Rallye Deutschland, the tenth round of the 13-rally WRC season
  • Tyre choice proved a decisive factor on a day when intermittent rain and wet conditions resulted in slippery and unpredictable stages
  • Hayden Paddon struggled to ninth overall, while Dani Sordo briefly led the rally before going off the road in the morning loop, and retiring for the day.

Bostalsee, Germany

August 18, 2017 – Hyundai Motorsport holds a provisional podium position after a difficult start ...    more...

Wed, 16 Aug 2017 - Judd takes maximum points at Catlins

Christchurch driver Jeff Judd along with co-driver Grant Marra have led home the field in the lastest round of the Stadium Finance Mainland Rally Series, the Catlins Coast Rally, held over the weekend. Judd’s result sees him as the fifth different winner in the five rounds to date.

Judd set the pace on stage one, but had to fight off a hard charging Michael Tall/Matt Richards in stage two. Tall would then hold on to a solid second place, with Deane Buist/Karl Celeste producing another outstanding display to come home third in their ...    more...

Tue, 15 Aug 2017 - Continuing to build tarmac experience Paddon’s aim in Germany

Star Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon has continued to work on his tarmac rally driving skills in 2017 and heads to this week’s Rallye Deutschland seeking to be competitive and collect points for his team, Hyundai Motorsport.

In recent months, Paddon and co-driver Seb Marshall have contested two tarmac non-World Rally Championship rallies in the Hyundai New Generation i20 R5 as part of building their experience on the surface with which Paddon is least familiar.

“It has been great to do two tarmac events with the R5 this year as the team helps ...    more...

Tue, 8 Aug 2017 - Rally New Zealand unlikely to return to 2018 World Rally Championship

Rally New Zealand organisers today said that it is unlikely that the event will return to the World Rally Championship (WRC) calendar next year.

Latest discussions with the FIA and the World Rally Championship Promoter (WRC Promoter) suggest that expanding the 2018 Championship for a new event outside Europe will prove too challenging because of commercial considerations.

The final outcome will be known next month at which time Rally New Zealand will reassess their plans for the future.

Rally New Zealand spokesman Peter Johnston said his organisation is disappointed but will not give up ...    more...

Thu, 3 Aug 2017 - Anstis completes first Rally New Zealand co-drivers academy

20 year old Auckland Based Co Driver Kieran Anstis has just completed the first Rally New Zealand Co Drivers Academy in Auckland this week.

The Academy is an investment from Rally New Zealand to help develop local New Zealand Co Driving Talent. Run over 3 Days 6 Upcoming co drivers from across New Zealand have been mentored by Professional International Co Drivers Alex & Rhiannon Gelsomino.

“When I saw the Academy Announced a few months ago I sent in my application straight away. To have the opportunity to learn from two of the best co drivers in ...    more...

Thu, 3 Aug 2017 - Historic Auckland-Wellington route revived for 2017 Targa NZ

For close to 100 years the prospect of racing from Auckland to Wellington in record time has tempted keen drivers. This year the organisers of the annual Targa New Zealand tarmac motor rally are giving entrants the chance to do it within the law.

After celebrating its 20th anniversary with a one-off Christchurch-to-Queenstown event in 2014, then starting in Auckland but finishing in Palmerston North in 2015 and starting in Taupo and finishing in Havelock North last year, the 23rd annual Targa NZ will this year start just south of Auckland on Tuesday October 24 and finish at Taranaki Wharf in ...    more...

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1A. Graves / J. Leebody (1)1:23:23.6
2J. Judd / G. Marra (2)+1:02.9
3M. Tall / M. Richards (3)+1:45.5
4D. Buist / K. Celeste (5)+2:07.1
5C. Strang / S. Robbie (4)+2:09.5
6M. Summerfield / J. Palmer (66)+4:37.5
7D. Clearwater / T. Nichols (10)+4:44.7
8D. Quantock / E. Quantock (9)+4:55.5
9D. Ayson / G. McDermott (6)+5:43.8
10V. Edie / T. Johnston (8)+6:12.1
11G. Thomas / G. Thomas (7)+7:37.9
12M. Wright / B. Trevelyan (20)+8:04.5
13R. Chadwick / R. Chadwick (19)+8:10.9
14T. Gosling / B. Read (23)+8:36.7
15N. Marshall / G. Clearwater (30)+10:05.3
16J. McDonald / S. Gray (25)+10:06.6
17J. Spencer / S. Kippen (13)+10:22.2
18A. Sim / B. Logan (68)+10:27.0
19S. Morris / I. Morris (26)+10:30.1
20D. Ollis / S. Haggerty (27)+10:45.5
21G. Cliff / J. Cowles (28)+10:59.1
22S. Gill / C. McFarlane (46)+11:21.1
23C. Cormack / P. Clement (32)+11:58.0
24D. Campbell / A. Campbell (21)+11:59.2
25G. Read / J. Lankshear (45)+12:03.1
26K. Laird / J. Blair (31)+12:03.5
27M. Sheehan / S. Faulkner (34)+12:19.3
28T. Quinn / K. Anstis (43)+12:41.4
29K. Todd / L. Todd (47)+12:57.3
30B. Mitchell / N. Lawson (35)+13:04.1
31M. Garrick / S. Mills (41)+13:33.8
32N. Kidd / A. Reid (37)+13:40.4
33I. Elliot / T. Milliken (51)+13:59.2
34P. Walker / M. Gunn (39)+14:39.5
35E. Mulligan / P. Goatley (40)+14:40.5
36S. Paul / T. Paul (38)+14:46.7
37Z. King / B. Waayer (59)+14:59.7
38D. Taylor / J. Brenssell (44)+15:03.3
39R. Turner / S. Eustace (61)+15:23.8
40B. Green / F. Pedersen (29)+15:30.2
41P. Collins / T. Spark (24)+15:47.2
42E. Clark / C. Flynn (55)+16:38.2
43A. Vause / D. O'Kane (58)+17:52.6
44D. Clark / T. Read (64)+18:19.6
45A. Eyles / J. Eyles (63)+20:56.7
46J. Robb / D. Robb (60)+22:45.3
47M. Harris / J. Hudson (62)+24:47.5
48C. Alexander / Y. Fullerton (56)+32:53.2
49C. Rabbidge / A. Rabbidge (53)+35:22.2
50R. Richards / E. Vaughan (57)+35:27.5
51T. Judd / R. Blacktopp (49)+46:25.8
52J. McIlwick / B. Dawson (42)+51:07.2
53R. Ross / M. Klink (67)+1:12:05.3
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