The final round of Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) of 2023 has almost arrived, with the Subaru Canberra Rally of Canberra wrapping up the year in style.
An impressive field of more than 50 crews are entered in the season finale in the nation’s capital over the weekend, with plenty of classes to be decided during the event at both national and state-level.
Taking place over two days in and around the forests of Canberra, crews will tackle the hardest rally on the 2023 calendar as the 12 stages all contribute to the final endurance round of the year.
Watching the event
In the weeks following the event, an extended 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.
At the Event
Fans able to make it to the event will be able to see the cars up close or in action at a handful of locations throughout the event, courtesy of the multiple spectator points on each day.
Most importantly, the event’s Rally Central, which is located at Exhibition Park (EPIC) in the city’s centre, will be where all teams and crews will be completing their service breaks to make sure their cars can survive the difficult rally.
On Saturday, there will be a two spectator points available for rally fans to attend, with two stages in the morning and two in the afternoon open for fans to watch.
On Sunday, there will be three stages with available spectator points, with the Wamboin Jack stage boasting three different vantage points for the cars coming by.
While the Charcoal Kiln will also have a spectator point, the main attraction for the day will undoubtedly be the finish line of the EROAD Power Stage, where the 2023 ARC champions will be decided, along with the winning driver of the White Wolf Constructions ARC Production Cup.
Held from 2:30pm AEDT, the EROAD Power Stage will also have three points to see the action before the year wraps up with the podium and Championship presentations at the same location later in the afternoon.
Subaru Results Hub
Those who are unable to make the trip can still keep up to date via the Subaru Results Hub.
The Subaru Results Hub will provide live stage times as competitors make their way through each stage, including split times where available.
The final round of Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship will be Subaru Canberra Rally of Canberra on 17-19 November.
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