A new and improved rally.com.au

Welcome to the new and improved rally.com.au.

The CAMS Australian Rally Championship (ARC) launched a new-look website this week, providing rally competitors and fans with a one-stop-shop for news, video and information on one of Australia’s premier motor sport categories.

rally.com.au is home to all things ARC. Competitors and enthusiasts can get all the news, latest points scores, event documentation, video news as well as live timing and results during ARC events.

The site also features a social feed hub, giving visitors to the site the latest tweets, posts and photos right at their fingertips.

CAMS’ General Manager of Motor Sport Events Michael Smith said: “The new-look rally.com.au gives CAMS the ability to really showcase the fantastic rally events and amazing rally talent we have here in Australia. 

“The 2017 CAMS Australian Rally Championship is reaching an exciting climax. We’ve got two young drivers in Molly Taylor and Harry Bates locked in a battle for the title heading into the penultimate round – there is only three points in it – and we want to be able to bring all that action to the fans via rally.com.au so they can experience it to.”

The new site was developed by CAMS’ Official Technology Partner InWolk, who also service the CAMS Member Portal and thenationals.com.au.

Rally fans can follow Round Four of the CAMS ARC this weekend via rally.com.au as Australia’s best rally teams head to the Barossa Valley for Lightforce Rally SA.

Make sure you keep an eye on rally.com.au for more video news and behind-the-scenes content from Lightforce Rally SA.

The action kicks off at 2:30pm on Saturday with four afternoon stages and four night stages covering over 110 competitive kilometres. Heat two starts at 8:30am Sunday with six stages and over 90 kilometres of competition.