Championship Standings

2019 EVENT RESULTS

2019 CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS

1. Harry Bates – Toyota Yaris AP4 – 365
2. Lewis Bates – Toyota Yaris AP4 – 242
3. Molly Taylor – Subaru WRX STi P5 – 242
4. John O’Dowd – Skoda Fabia R5 – 162
5. Luke Anear – Subaru WRX STi P5 – 161
6. Simon Evans – Subaru WRX STi P5 – 88
7. Ethan Pickstock -BMW 318i – 66
8. Ben Calder – Subaru WRX STi P5 – 64
=9. Tom Wilde – Subaru WRX STi P5P – 52
=9. Darren Windus – Hyundai i20 G4 – 52
11. Guy Tyler – Mitsubishi Evo 7 P5 – 48
12. Richie Dalton – Ford Fiesta G4 – 45
13. Trevor Stilling – Nissan Silvia P4 – 44
14. Mick Patton – Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 P5 – 43
=15. Timothy Auty – Mazda 323 GTR P6P – 40
=15. Tom Clarke – Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 P5 – 40
=15. Jason Lennane – Proton Satria P3 – 40
18. Kevin Raedel – Ford XR6 P4 – 39
19. Zayne Admiraal – Subaru WRX P5 – 36
=20. Troy Dowel – Hyundai i20 G4 – 34
=20. JJ Hatton – Hyundai i20 G4 – 34
22. Peter Dunn – Subaru WRX STi P6 – 30
23. Haowen Chu – Hyundai Lantra P3 – 28
24. Kristian Wohlstadt – Subaru WRX P6 – 23
25. Bodie Reading – Subaru WRX STi P6 – 22
26. Stephen Mee – Toyota Corolla P3 – 20
=27. Jamie Pohlner – Subaru WRX P5 – 14
=27. Steve Fisher – Subaru WRX STi P6 – 14
29. Mark Butcher – Subaru WRX STi P5P – 8
30. Damian Reed – Nissan Silvia S13 P4 – 5

1. John McCarthy (Harry Bates) – Toyota Yaris AP4 – 365
2. Anthony McLoughlin (Lewis Bates) – Toyota Yaris AP4 – 242
3. Malcolm Read (Molly Taylor) – Subaru WRX STi P5 – 242
4. Steve Glenney (Ben Calder) – Subaru Impreza WRX STi P5 – 177
5. Toni Feaver (John O’Dowd) – Skoda Fabia R5 – 162
6. Bernie Webb (Simon Evans) – Subaru WRX STi P5 – 131
7. Ryan Preston (JJ Hatton) – Hyundai i20 G4 – 74
8. Lisi Phillips (Ethan Pickstock) – BMW 318i – 66
=9. Madelin Kirkhouse (Tom Wilde) – Subaru WRX STi P5P – 52
=9. Daniel Brick (Darren Windus) – Hyundai i20 G4 – 52
=11. Mike Dale (Guy Tyler) – Mitsubishi Evo 7 P5 – 48
=11. Andy Sarandis (Luke Anear) – Ford Fiesta R5 – 48
13. Dale Moscatt (Richie Dalton) – Ford Fiesta G4 – 45
14. Timothy Auty – Mazda 323 GTR P6P – 40
15. Amanda Ramia (Jason Lennane) – Proton Satria P3 – 38
16. Matthew Heywood (Zayne Admiraal) – Subaru WRX P5 – 36
17. Simon Ellis (Troy Dowel) – Hyundai i20 G4 – 34
18. James Ford (Peter Dunn) – Subaru WRX STi P6 – 30
19. Doug Fernie (Kevin Raedel) – Ford XR6 P4 – 29
20. Caleb Ash (Haowen Chu) – Hyundai Lantra P3 – 28
21. Russell Hannah (Trevor Stilling) – Nissan Silvia P4 – 24
22. Alison Short (Kristian Wohlstadt) – Subaru WRX P6 – 23
23. Mark Young (Bodie Reading) – Subaru WRX STi P6 – 22
=24. Rhys Llewellyn (Stephen Mee) – Toyota Corolla P3 – 20
=24. Larisa Biggar (Trevor Stilling) – Nissan Silvia P4 – 20
=26. Adam Branford (Jamie Pohlner) – Subaru WRX P5 – 14
=26. Steve Hiser (Steve Fisher) – Subaru WRX STi P6 – 14
28. Jasmine Lockley (Jason Lennane) – Proton Satria P3 – 12
29. Warren Phillip-Clarke (Mark Butcher) – Subaru WRX STi P5P – 8
30. Dale Neighbour (Damian Reed) – Nissan Silvia S13 P4 – 5

1. Ethan Pickstock – 163
2. Trevor Stilling – 122
3. Jason Lennane – 102
4. Kevin Raedel – 96
5. Haowen Chu – 81
6. Stephen Mee – 68
7. Damian Reed – 22

1. Lisi Phillips – 163
2. Doug Fernie – 86
3. Ash Caleb – 81
4. Amanda Ramia – 71
5. Larisa Biggar – 70
6. Rhys Llewellyn – 68
7. Russell Hannah – 52
8. Jasmine Lockley – 41
9. Dale Neighbour – 22

1. Luke Anear – 247
2. John O’Dowd – 176
3. Ben Calder – 94
4. Ethan Pickstock – 83
=5. Tom Wilde – 74
=5. Darren Windus – 74
=5. Guy Tyler – 74
8. Mick Patton – 66
9. Timothy Auty – 62
10. Trevor Stilling – 58
=11. Troy Dowell – 56
=11. Richie Dalton – 56
13. Jason Lenanne – 54
14. Tom Clarke – 53
=15. JJ Hatton – 52
=15. Zayne Admiraal – 52
=17. Peter Dunn – 40
=17. Bodie Reading – 40
19. Wayne Mason – 36
20. Kristian Wohlstadt – 32
21. Craig Haysman – 30
22. Bruce Field – 24
23. Jamie Pohlner – 20
24. Steve Fisher – 17
25. Simon Hoff – 16
26. Michael Mohr – 14
27. Bruce Paix – 11
28. Mark Butcher – 9
29. Damian Reed – 6

1. Ben Calder (SA) – 124
2. Luke Anear (NSW) – 120
3. Ethan Pickstock (SA) – 112
4. Trevor Stilling (NSW) – 84
5. Guy Tyler (SA) – 80
=6. Jason Lennane (VIC) – 74
=6. Tom Wilde (WA) – 74
=6. Darren Windus (VIC) – 74
=6. Timothy Auty (TAS) – 74
=6. Mick Patton (ACT) – 74
11. Kevin Raedel (SA) – 68
12. Tom Clarke (NSW) – 66
13. Zayne Admiraal (SA) – 64
14. Adrian Coppin (QLD) – 60
15. Haowen Chu (NSW) – 52
=16. Kristian Wohlstadt (SA) – 44
=16. Peter Dunn (NSW) – 44
=18. Stephen Mee (SA) – 40
=18. Bodie Reading (TAS) – 40
20. Mark Butcher (TAS) – 34
21. Steve Fisher (SA) – 28
22. Jamie Pohlner (SA) – 26
23. Damian Reed (SA) – 11

1. Toyota – 168
2. Subaru – 142
3. Hyundai – 59
4. Ford – 39
5. Skoda – 37
6. Mitsubishi – 13
=7. Proton – 11
=7. Nissan – 11
9. Mazda – 10
10. Skoda – 9
11. BMW – 5
12. Triumph – 4

HOW THE POINTS WORK

In 2019 the ARC will consist of 4 Sprint event (run as 2 Heats) and 2 Endurance events (having an Overall result). Of the Endurance events there are 2 different sets of FIA regulations (APRC & WRC) with the FIA allocating bonus points for each APRC Leg but not for the WRC.

The ARC regulations need to work in conjunction with all 3 different regulations and are designed, as far as possible, to make the rules consistent across all types of events so that a situation in one event has a similar effect to the same situation in a different event.

ARC points are allocated to 20th place to try to ensure that as many crews as possible get something to show for their efforts especially when travelling to another State.

Points Rejoins

Sprint

– Victoria

– WA

– SA

– Tasmania

40, 34, 30, 26, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1 for

Outright places first to twentieth for each Heat

Maximum Points 80 available.

Allowed in accordance with NRC at any subsequent Service Out, Regroup Out or the Final Control.

To start Heat 2 cars must be in Parc Ferme 6 hours before the start.

Note 1

Endurance – APRC

– Canberra

40, 34, 30, 26, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1 for

Outright places first to twentieth Overall plus bonus points equal to 50% of the Outright points for each Leg.

Maximum Points 80 available.

Note 2

Under the FIA regs rejoining is only allowed at the start of the following Leg.

To start Leg 2 cars must be in Parc Ferme by 1 hour before the start.

Note 3

Endurance – WRC

– Rally Australia

40, 34, 30, 26, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1 for

Outright places first to twentieth Overall plus bonus points equal to 50% of the Outright places for each Leg.

Maximum Points 100 available.

Note 4

Under the FIA regs rejoining is only allowed at the start of the next day.

To start a subsequent Day cars must be in Parc Ferme by 4 hours before the start.

Note 3

From 2017 any ARC crews rejoining are allocated a maximum number of points equal to 11th place in their category for each Heat/leg/Overall (previously there was no restriction). All ARC entries are required to register in 2018 and so it is quite likely that crews rejoining will finish lower than 11th.

Rejoins are allowed at the Final Control in accordance with the NRC and this is consistent with crews being able to rejoin at a Service or Regroup during the day such that a problem in the morning is treated the same as the same problem in the afternoon. The FIA originally allowed rejoins at the final control but this is no longer the case.

Note 1: In Sprint events, to be eligible for Heat points cars must be in Parc Ferme by the close of Late time. Crews may still rejoin at the later time but receive no Heat points.

Note 2: The total points available in Canberra (APRC) is the same as that available at each of the Sprint events

Note 3: In Endurance events, to be eligible for points for the Leg ARC cars must be in Parc Ferme by the time specified in the Itinerary for classified crews. Crews may still rejoin at a later time but receive no Leg points. ARC crews are allowed to rejoin at the Final Control of each Leg purely for ARC bonus points.

Note 4: The total points available in Rally Australia (WRC) is 25%s more than available at any of the Sprint events and in Canberra. Traditionally the last rally of the season has always had a bonus to try to keep the Championship alive.