Perth-based New Zealander Mike Young and co-driver Scott Beckwith have narrowly won the Make Smoking History Forest Rally in thrilling fashion after four different crews enjoyed the lead throughout the second round of the 2020 Motorsport Australia WA Rally Championship.
The RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship might not be heading out west this year but it hasn’t stopped one of its most popular events from going ahead.
At the start of April 2019, Western Australia was the place to be as the RSEA Motorsport Australia Rally Championship held its first round of the season.
The Make Smoking History Forest Rally is back in 2020, bigger and better than previous years.
2018 CAMS Australian Rally Champion Co-Driver Ben Searcy will this year swap pacenotes for a steering wheel, as the West Australia competes in selected rallies across the country.…
It was a pretty clean Forest Rally, though it was Shamrock Motorsport’s Richie Dalton who had the biggest tumble of them all on Sunday in the ARC with…
Toyota Gazoo Racing Australia’s Harry Bates and John McCarthy have won the Make Smoking History Forest Rally and claimed maximum points in the opening round of the CAMS Australian Rally Championship (ARC).
Harry Bates and John McCarthy maintain their lead of the Make Smoking History Forest Rally with just two stages to run.
Toyota Gazoo Racing Australia couldn’t have wished for a better start to their CAMS Australian Rally Championship (ARC) season, with Harry Bates and John McCarthy winning the first heat of the Make Smoking History Forest Rally.
Slippery and dusty – that’s the common feedback from competitors after a busy morning of action in Western Australia. With the teams coming in for their lunchtime service…