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News & Media

  • Holder victorious at NZRC opener.

    Tauranga’s David Holder and co-driver Jason Farmer have taken victory at the opening round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship fuelled by Gull and driven by Dunlop. The pair powered their Hyundai AP4+ home ahead of Andrew Hawkeswood/Jeff Cress, with Rhys Gardner/Ally McKay home in third, both driving Mazda AP4+ cars.
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  • Defending champion leads NZRC opener

    Defending champions David Holder and Jason Farmer have started where they left off in the 2017 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship fuelled by Gull and Driven by Dunlop. The pair powered their Hyundai AP4+ to a lead of 16.7 seconds over Rhys Gardner and Ally Mackay’s Mazda, with Andrew Hawkeswood and Jeff
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  • Meet the Toyota Yaris AP4

    The NZRC team caught up with Carl Davies and asked the hard questions… to find out a bit more about the new Toyota Yaris AP4. Sadly no photos yet, as the car will be launched soon, but here is a quick run down from the team. Last year you campaigned the ex-Ben Hunt WRX, so
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2017 | New Zealand's best gravel roads, from Dunedin to Whangarei.


2016 NZRC | Round by round TV coverage from TV3

Some of the great footage of past NZRC’s can be found here… +view

2016 NZRC Otago Rally

2016 NZRC Int'l Rally of Whangarei

2016 NZRC Lone Star Rally Canterbury

2016 NZRC Gisborne Rally

2016 NZRC Rally Coromandel


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The New Zealand Rally Championship is this country’s premier nationwide rally championship. It attracts New Zealand’s best drivers to compete in numerous categories for the prestigious MotorSport New Zealand-sanctioned rally championship titles. In 2017, there are six NZRC rounds, each with a unique character reflecting the diverse regions – from Northland to Otago.