How to keep up with the Adelaide Hills Rally

The penultimate round of Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) is almost upon us, with the highly anticipated PowerPlay Adelaide Hills Rally to take centre stage this weekend.

A strong field made up of 40 crews are entered in the penultimate round of the 2023 season, with a mix of national and state-level crews to do battle over three days of rally action.

The event will run alongside the Shannons Trophy Series, which is being held at Tailem Bend on the same weekend – providing a motorsport feast for South Australian fans.

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At the event

Fans lucky enough to make it to the event will have multiple opportunities to see the action unfold with eight spectator points available across the weekend.

Firstly, those in attendance can get up close and personal with some of the country’s best rally stars at Shell V-Power Motorsport Park on Friday night – where crews will look to take the early advantage in two special stages under the lights of the popular circuit.

On Saturday, there will be a handful of viewing points spread in the Adelaide Hills and at the Shell V Power Motorsport Park – the last of which will see cars going side-by-side around the circuit.

On Sunday, there will be three available spectator points, including the EROAD Power Stage at 4:50pm ACDT.

The Shell V-Power Motorsport Park will also be the location of Rally Central, while all spectator points across the whole weekend are free of charge,

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Subaru Results Hub

Those who are unable to make the trip can still keep up via the 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 is available online at

Social Media

Updates and video highlights will be shared throughout the event via the ARC digital channels, including YouTubeFacebookInstagramX and of course via the Live Wall on

Video highlights, interviews and news will also be available as the event unfolds.

Watching the event

Fans will again be able to catch the EROAD Power Stage live and free on 7plus and will begin at 4:45pm ACDT, 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.

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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.

The penultimate round of Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship will be PowerPlay Adelaide Hills Rally and will take place on 13-15 October.