The Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) hits the fourth round of the 2023 season this weekend, with The Middle of Everywhere Gippsland Rally.
More than 180 competitive kilometres await the 26 ARC registered crews with 16 stages over two days.
With lots of anticipation surrounding this year’s edition of the Victorian event, there will be plenty of opportunities for fans to keep track of the event.
At the event
With multiple opportunities to see the cars up close or in action, including the EROAD Power Stage, fans will be the big winners this weekend all spectating free of charge.
The first opportunity will be during the Rally Show at the picturesque Port of Sale, where all entered teams, drivers and cars will be on display between 4pm and 6:30pm AEST.
Throughout the weekend, there will be three spectator points for fans to see the cars in action.
On Saturday, fans will be able to attend two points during both passes of the Thomson Stage at 9:53am and again at 1:43pm AEST.
On Sunday, there will be two stages open to fans, the first being the Kennedys Flat Spectator Point will have two viewing points during both passes – the first of which is at 9:30am and the second at 11:40am AEST.
The EROAD Power Stage at the Boisdale Hillclimb will also be available for fans, as drivers attempt to score bonus points for the event.
You can find out more about the designated spectator points via the Spectator Guide.
All weekend, Rally Central in Heyfield, at the Gordon Street Recreation Reserve, will be free and open to fans to attend where they can see the cars and drivers up close at the designated service breaks.
Subaru Results Hub
The Suburu Results Hub will provide live stage times as competitors make their way through each stage, including split times where available.
The Subaru Results Hub are available online at rally.com.au.
EROAD Power Stage
Crews will once again be fighting for bonus points in the EROAD Power Stage, which will be live and free on 7plus from 2:05pm AEST on Sunday. A replay will be available on demand via 7plus from Sunday evening.
In the weeks following the event, a 30-minute event highlights show will be available free and on demand on 7plus and also broadcast on 7mate. Stay tuned post-event for the full event coverage details.
Smart phones and tablets, along with most smart TVs, will be able to access 7plus, with more information on how you can watch 7plus content here.
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