Motorsport Australia is pleased to announce Jessica Dane will host the RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Cup online coverage in Canberra. Dane, co-owner of Supercars’ Triple Eight Race Engineering…
The MTA Motorsport Australia New South Wales Rally Championship boasts a huge entry list for this weekend’s highly anticipated Kosciuszko Automotive Monaro Stages Rally with more than 50 crews taking part.
Taylor Gill and Ryley Brunner have won the Westlakes Automobile Club’s (WAC) Gadgets Repairs Rally Sprint after holding on for victory in what was a dramatic end to the event.
Reigning RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship winners Harry Bates and John McCarthy made a successful return to action with a win in NSW’s first state Championship event, with Toyota teammates Lewis Bates and Anthony McLoughlin finishing second.
Rally crews looking to enter the 2020 ARC4 competition can now begin to formulate their schedules with the nominated ARC4 events for each state confirmed.
JJ Hatton believes next month’s AMH Automotive Group Rally of the Bay will be the perfect platform to prepare himself for this year’s RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) opener in September.
The MTA NSW Rally Championship has announced a revised 2020 calendar with five-rounds to form part of this year’s state championship.
Lewis and Harry Bates have expanded their virtual racing skills to the circuit world after completing a one-two finish in the opening GR Supra GT Cup round at the digital Fuji International Speedway.
Rally young gun Chris Stilling will be using the current isolation period to make further improvements to his car as he looks to continue developing his career in 2020.
When it comes to the New South Wales rally scene, there aren’t too many officials with more experience in the sport than Brett Middleton.