Spectacular exit for Gilmour

Dunedin’s Emma Gilmour and co-driver Ben Atkinson have unfortunately had a spectacular ending to their Wairapara Rally rolling out of the event on special stage 2. Both Emma and Ben are ok, but a disappointing ending to their event after being fourth fastest in the opening stage.

Check out the photo sequence below caught on camera by Blair Read:

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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 2019, there are six NZRC rounds, each with a unique character reflecting the diverse regions – from Northland to Otago.