How to watch the ARC’s return to Victoria

With the return of the RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) to Victoria for the fifth round of the 2022 season, find out how you can watch all the action from this weekend’s The Middle of Everywhere Gippsland Rally.

At the event:

Spectating is all free across the weekend, however fans looking to attend the multiple spectator points are encouraged to register for a ticket so they don’t miss out.

You can register for the spectator points here.

You can find out more about the designated spectator points here.

The Service Park is also free to attend, with the opportunity to meet and greet drivers and teams on Friday evening, as well as see the crews working hard on the cars between stage runs.

The Heyfield Service Park is located at the Rally Village which serves as the hub for whole hub.

Located at Gordon Street Recreation Reserve in Heyfield, fans will be able to check out the cars and drivers up close at multiple points through the weekend – The event also kicks off at the Service Park with the Ceremonial start on Saturday morning at 9:30am AEST.

Friday afternoon will also see some of the stars of the ARC doing a meet and greet at the Service Park from 4:30pm onwards.

Following the Ceremonial Start, there will be eight stages run on Saturday with the day’s last stage to begin from 3:30pm, while Sunday’s action begins at 10:43am and finishes up with the EROAD Power Stage at 2:08pm AEST.

On social media:

Updates and video highlights will be shared throughout the event via the RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship digital channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and of course via

Video highlights, interviews and all the latest breaking news will be available as the event unfolds.

If you want to get in on the social media action yourself, use the hashtags #ARC22 and #GippslandRally to keep up with all angles of the event.

Sit back and enjoy the show:
Like the previous three completed rounds in 2022, the EROAD Power Stage will be screened live via 7plus from 2.00pm AEST on Sunday, 28 August.

Registering for 7Plus is free and takes a few minutes to set up. Click here to register.

The EROAD Power Stage will also be available to replay on demand via 7plus from Sunday afternoon.

A bumper 60-minute event highlights show will then air on 7Mate not long after the event with a time and date to be confirmed, while the highlights show will be available free and on demand on 7plus shortly after.

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.

Where are the results?

The results will be made available on the live blog, with full results also online at