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YesterdayTarga NZ entries published
2 days agoContenders line up to try and win second South Island Targa Event
3 days agoThomson completes season clean sweep
4 days agoTarga NZ published
 Sheehan on the podium at series finale
 Rally season's final round has ups and downs for Gilmour
 Paddon wins Raglan rally for Hyundai NZ
1 week agoMountain Stages TRS entries published
 Mountain Stages TRS published
8 days agoRaglan Rally of the Coast: Start List for Leg 1 published
9 days agoCampbell looks to continue forward drive at Raglan
 Long game the aim for van Klink
 Paddon gunning for Raglan win for Hyundai NZ
11 days agoThomson aims for strong send off at Raglan
 Sheehan looks for more learning at Raglan
 Podium spot within Gilmour's grasp at Raglan
12 days agoClose-fought seventh for Paddon and Marshall in Wales
13 days agoPaddon steady in seventh in Wales
2 weeks agoClean start for Paddon in Wales; seventh after Friday
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Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - Contenders line up to try and win second South Island Targa Event

Four-time Targa New Zealand event winners Glenn Inkster and Spencer Winn (Mitsubishi Evo 8) from Auckland head south this week as favourites to win this year’s five-day tarmac motor rally marathon from Invercargill to Dunedin and on to Queenstown which starts on Tuesday October 23 and finishes on Saturday October 27.

Such is the attraction of the stunning, fast, open, beautifully-surfaced roads in the Deep South, however, that the 24th annual event – and only the second held in the South Island, the first back in 2014 – has attracted an unprecedented number of potential winners.

Five-time ...    more...

Wed, 17 Oct 2018 - Thomson completes season clean sweep

Christchurch’s Dylan Thomson has completed a multi-class clean-sweep of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast, with another strong victory.

Thomson came to the event having wrapped up the NZRC two-wheel drive, MotorSport New Zealand two-wheel drive and Junior championships with a round to spare.

Knowing that he had only pride to play for and keen to bring the Total Lubricants Ford Fiesta ST home straight in what will be his final outing in the car.

The opening stage saw Thomson ...    more...

Tue, 16 Oct 2018 - Sheehan on the podium at series finale

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan has finished his rookie campaign in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship with a second placed class finish at the Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast.

Sheehan came to a North Island rally for only the second time in his short career looking for an improved performance after a tough Coromandel Rally, but also well aware that the competition was as strong as ever in the NZRC two-wheel drive class.

After a fourth fastest time in the opening stage, Sheehan was second fastest through the second, ...    more...

Tue, 16 Oct 2018 - Rally season's final round has ups and downs for Gilmour

Emma Gilmour was left wondering what could have been at yesterday’s Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast, after she had some fast stage times, interspersed with mechanical issues.

The final round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC) started well for her and co-driver Anthony McLoughlin, as they powered the Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4 through the first two stages with the third fastest times.

“We had such a good beginning to this event and the Suzuki felt great with changes we had made between ...    more...

Tue, 16 Oct 2018 - Paddon wins Raglan rally for Hyundai NZ

Hayden Paddon has won the final round of the 2018 New Zealand Rally Championship in Raglan in his Hyundai i20 AP4+ car, giving Hyundai New Zealand their first-ever NZRC manufacturers’ championship title.

Paddon made the win look easy with a margin of nearly five and a half minutes over second-placed Ben Hunt, having set the fastest stage times on all eight special stages of the one-day Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast. However, Paddon, with Malcolm Read alongside as co-driver in a late change from the usual John Kennard, had to manage a few driveline niggles ...    more...

Thu, 11 Oct 2018 - Campbell looks to continue forward drive at Raglan

Tauranga’s Phil Campbell heads to the final round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Hyundai NZ Raglan Rally of the Coast, looking to continue the impressive increase of speed with his new car.

Campbell debuted The Roofing Store Ford Fiesta AP4+ car at Canterbury and has showed plenty of potential already, including a strong sixth place at the previous national championship round in Coromandel and more recently narrowly missing an outright rally win at the non-championship Rally of the North.

While the Raglan Rally of the Coast is ...    more...

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3New ZealandNic Grave+6:38.2
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5New ZealandBen Newman+9:07.0
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11New ZealandSteve Maguire+12:32.7
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13New ZealandBill Fulton+13:41.6
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1New ZealandHayden Paddon1:50:03.8
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3New ZealandRaana Horan+5:30.5
4New ZealandGeof Argyle+7:22.4
5New ZealandGrant Blackberry+7:31.6
6New ZealandJosh Marston+8:05.2
7New ZealandJonathon Walker+8:46.6
8New ZealandBrynley Smith+10:39.2
9New ZealandLeon Styles+10:44.9
10New ZealandMatt Adams+11:20.3
11New ZealandBruce Herbert+11:27.4
12New ZealandJack Williamson+11:41.5
13New ZealandMatt Summerfield+12:01.8
14New ZealandAnthony Jones+12:22.6
15New ZealandWarwick Redfern+12:35.9
16New ZealandMarcus Van Klink+12:59.7
17New ZealandPhil Campbell+13:05.4
18New CaledoniaEugene Creugnet+13:18.9
19New ZealandPhil Macquarie+13:25.9
20New ZealandDylan Thomson+13:33.1
21New ZealandDale Perry+13:48.6
22New ZealandBrent Taylor+13:59.5
23New ZealandBen Quin+14:12.1
24New ZealandRegan Ross+15:03.9
25New ZealandCharlie Evans+15:36.3
26New ZealandJohn Silcock+15:43.1
27New ZealandMike Sheehan+15:53.2
28New ZealandWayne Pittams+16:23.9
29New ZealandJustin Glavish+16:50.1
30New ZealandWayne Rowberry+18:03.3
31New ZealandGreg Murphy+18:13.9
32New ZealandMcCrae Sloper+18:46.6
33New ZealandDavid Taylor+19:35.9
34New ZealandMiles McElwain+19:36.3
35New ZealandRobbie Stokes+20:04.1
36New ZealandSteve Cox+20:11.5
37New ZealandKingsley Jones+20:21.7
38New ZealandBryn Jones+21:00.0
39New ZealandLyndsay Homes+21:13.1
40JapanKimito Kondo+22:14.7
41New ZealandJack Hawkeswood+22:57.8
42New ZealandHarvey Semmens+23:10.2
43New ZealandDaniel Alexander+24:22.4
44New ZealandDaniel Haines+25:42.2
45New ZealandGeoff Warren+25:43.3
46New ZealandChris Sheriff+25:46.0
47New ZealandKevin Preest+30:57.4
48New ZealandJohn Coker+47:47.2
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1FranceSébastien Ogier3:06:12.5
2FinlandJari-matti Latvala+10.6
3FinlandEsapekka Lappi+35.1
4IrelandCraig Breen+1:10.4
5BelgiumThierry Neuville+1:14.4
6NorwayAndreas Mikkelsen+1:15.9
7New ZealandHayden Paddon+1:18.4
8NorwayMads Østberg+1:21.6
9FinlandKalle Rovanperä+9:14.7
10SwedenPontus Tidemand+10:48.9
11United KingdomGus Greensmith+11:28.3
12FinlandJari Pekka Huttunen+12:11.5
13FranceStéphane Lefebvre+13:50.1
14PolandLukasz Pieniazek+15:34.8
15RomaniaSimone Tempestini+18:04.4
16ItalyFabio Andolfi+18:21.8
17United KingdomMatt Edwards+19:29.5
18BoliviaMarco Bulacia Wilkinson+19:59.7
19EstoniaOtt Tänak+20:38.9
20United KingdomElfyn Evans+21:28.0
21United KingdomAlex Laffey+25:32.2
22IndiaGaurav Gill+27:14.9
23BrazilPaulo Nobre+28:26.7
24FranceEric Camilli+36:36.2
25IrelandEamonn Boland+36:59.9
26NorwayOle Christian Veiby+42:15.8
27NorwaySteve Rokland+42:38.7
28United KingdomTom Williams+43:32.4
29FranceJean-Baptiste Franceschi+44:15.3
30United KingdomJames Williams+47:40.4
31ItalyEnrico Brazzoli+48:10.9
32FinlandTaisko Lario+50:27.5
33United KingdomTony Jardine+51:30.0
34United KingdomChris Ingram+54:48.8
35United KingdomJohn Morrison+55:13.8
36United KingdomSpencer Wilkinson+1:01:11.4
37United KingdomAlex Waterman+1:01:22.3
38United KingdomLouise Cook+1:02:56.2
39United KingdomJonathan Mulholland+1:06:10.8
40United KingdomJordan Reynolds+1:13:42.4
41United KingdomFinlay Retson+1:21:09.3
42SpainNil Solans+1:22:01.6
43United KingdomNabila Tejpar+1:26:12.7
44United KingdomSaleh Hijazi+1:27:08.5
45United KingdomNeil Andrew+1:36:13.6
46United KingdomStephen Southall+1:37:12.0
47IrelandKevin Horgan+1:37:40.9
48United KingdomBart Lang+1:42:23.1
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1New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood1:16:43.8
2New ZealandPhil Campbell+3.9
3New ZealandBen Hunt+41.7
4New ZealandStephen Barker+53.4
5New ZealandBrad McFarlane+3:21.0
6New ZealandBrynley Smith+4:53.1
7New ZealandShannon Chambers+4:56.1
8New ZealandBrian Green+5:09.3
9New ZealandMatt Adams+5:31.2
10New ZealandBrendan Oakden+5:53.7
11New ZealandDaniel Walker+6:39.4
12New ZealandPaul Adams+9:37.2
13New ZealandMcCrae Sloper+10:32.8
14New ZealandBrent Taylor+10:52.2
15New ZealandDave Strong+11:05.1
16New ZealandMarty Bertelsen+11:12.1
17New ZealandRodney Langdon+11:23.4
18New ZealandTimothy Hood+12:51.8
19New ZealandDaniel Haines+13:13.9
20New ZealandMichael Rope+14:47.6
21New ZealandCharlie Evans+15:20.1
22New ZealandRay Chubb+16:19.2
23New ZealandDaniel Alexander+16:38.2
24New ZealandTodd Bawden+16:51.6
25New ZealandSimon Bell+17:29.5
26New ZealandAndy Smith+17:59.1
27New ZealandChris Alexander+19:29.6
28New ZealandAmy Keighley+19:42.7
29New ZealandMike Wheatley+20:14.5
30New ZealandDennis Green+27:38.1
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