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Recent Activity
+3Gilmour to contest the Portugal Baja cross country rally
+6Hayden's Blog after Rally Catalunya
+7Hyundai Motorsport registers second double podium of 2016 in Rally de España
 Best tarmac result for Paddon and Kennard in Spain
+8Paddon and Kennard keep pressure on to hold fourth overall in Spain
 Hyundai Motorsport firmly in the fight after penultimate day in Spain
+9Hyundai Motorsport holds provisional lead of Rally de España with Dani Sordo
+10Paddon and Kennard underway in Spain on 100th rally together
+11Armstrong back in single seater mode
+12Rally Catalunya 11 October 2016
+13Paddon and Kennard mark rallying century in Spain
+14Lawrence Rally published
Events this month
Rally of Great BritainFri 28th Oct (3 days)
Malaysia RallySat 29th Oct (2 days)
Latest News
Press Releases
Fri, 21 Oct 2016 - Gilmour to contest the Portugal Baja cross country rally
Dunedin’s Emma Gilmour is continuing her cross-country rallying adventures and with support from within New Zealand and abroad, she will contest the 500km Portugal Baja on October 28 and 29.

When she heads away this weekend to join the French Xtreme Plus Team, it will be the culmination of months of behind the scenes effort to raise the funds to compete.

“There has been so much support that I’m really grateful for. The team offered us a good deal to do the Portugal Baja and the Automobile Club of Portugal has also supported our entry. My long-term sponsors Vantage Windows and Doors,    more...
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 - Hayden's Blog after Rally Catalunya
We are now back at base after a relatively successful Rally Spain, finishing 4th but not in the fashion that we had in mind going into the event.

After a really good gravel test the week before, we were confident we have found another level of speed and comfort with the car. Data and comparisons to our teammates confirmed this and I was feeling better than ever in the car. However, two thirds of the way through the first gravel stage on Friday morning, the car had different ideas. Unfortunately we suddenly lost the ALS (Anti-lag system) system, and with no    more...
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 - Hyundai Motorsport registers second double podium of 2016 in Rally de España
Hyundai Motorsport has scored one of its best-combined team results with two New Generation i20 WRCs on the podium in Spain and three inside the top-four.
Dani Sordo took second place, his second podium of the season, with Thierry Neuville claiming third for his fifth top-three finish of 2016
Hayden Paddon took fourth place, while Kevin Abbring scored his best WRC result to date in seventh - ensuring all four entered cars finished in the top-seven.
Salou, Spain

October 16, 2016 - Hyundai Motorsport has today claimed its second double podium result and its tenth individual podium of the 2016 FIA World Rally    more...
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 - Best tarmac result for Paddon and Kennard in Spain
Hayden Paddon and John Kennard marked their 100th rally together with their best result to date on a tarmac rally, securing fourth place in RallyRACC Catalunya - Rally de España, the 11th round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship.

Paddon and Kennard completed Sunday’s (European time) final four stages, determined to demonstrate their improving pace on the tarmac surface they’ve been working hard to master. Second quickest on the day’s opening 19.30km test to rally winner Sébastien Ogier, they were third quickest on the next two stages, then fourth equal with Hyundai team-mate Thierry Neuville on the event’s final stage,    more...
Sun, 16 Oct 2016 - Paddon and Kennard keep pressure on to hold fourth overall in Spain
Good morning,

Hayden Paddon and John Kennard are keeping the pressure on their Hyundai Motorsport team-mates Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul as the second full day of Rally de España concluded on Saturday (European time). The Kiwis are now in fourth position, 16.2 seconds behind the Belgians, both crews having benefited from Andreas Mikkelsen crashing out of third place.

During Saturday’s eight all asphalt stages, Paddon and Kennard continued to push themselves to improve their pace on this rally surface. They finished the day on a high, second quickest in the 2.24km super special stage and just 0.1 seconds off Neuville    more...
Sun, 16 Oct 2016 - Hyundai Motorsport firmly in the fight after penultimate day in Spain
- Dani Sordo holds second position after relinquishing lead of Rally de España to Sébastien Ogier during Saturday’s afternoon loop
- All three New Generation i20 WRCs are inside the top-four as Thierry Neuville and Hayden Paddon moved up to third and fourth places respectively after SS12
- Kevin Abbring continued to make progress as the rally switched from gravel to asphalt stages. The Dutchman completed Saturday in eighth overall.
Salou, Spain

October 15, 2016 - Hyundai Motorsport has all three of its New Generation i20 WRC cars inside the top-four at the end of the penultimate day of Rally    more...
Recent Results
1Cunningham/Bennett (2)50:02.5
2Martin/Hayward (3)+1:10.8
3Green/Pedersen (1)+1:20.8
4Murland/Benton (9)+2:05.1
5Perry/Brownlie (13)+2:17.5
6Terry/Terry (21)+2:23.7
7Cottington/Cottington (4)+2:30.7
8Evans/Tupp (10)+2:40.5
9Crossley/Gandy (23)+2:42.4
10Christian/Bellenguez (17)+2:57.1
11Hunt/Thomson (5)+3:07.7
12Bell/Turner (14)+3:32.9
13Dillon/Chisholm (28)+4:10.1
14Keighley/Hutton (16)+4:26.9
15Adnitt/Mabbett (22)+4:55.5
16Willemsen/Willemsen (27)+4:56.1
17McFarlane/McFarlane (15)+5:12.2
18Preston/Preston (33)+5:31.6
19Murphy/Wright (18)+5:35.0
20Watkins/Goldsbury (20)+6:39.7
21O'Hagan/O'Hagan (24)+7:01.7
22Hackett/Cresswell (34)+7:19.2
23Wheatley/Gathercole (25)+7:51.9
24Preest/Corbin (26)+8:09.6
25Jones/Jones (19)+17:56.9
26Carson/Post (31)+18:03.7
27Byrne/Brown (30)+38:59.0
1Galbraith/Shaw (1)1:07:16.6
2Quantock/Steel (2)+1:11.9
3Bateman/Guckert (5)+1:43.2
4Buist/Celeste (6)+1:48.0
5Anderson/Gray (13)+1:54.6
6Gee/Gee (14)+2:18.1
7Edie/Gibson (11)+2:45.1
8Clark/Clark (12)+2:48.0
9Gosling/Read (10)+3:36.3
10Walker/Raymond (21)+3:58.4
11Chadwick/Chadwick (24)+4:32.5
12Owen/Brenssell (29)+4:56.6
13Wood/Currie (19)+6:10.1
14Sim/Sim (23)+6:11.8
15Burgess/Shortus (18)+6:16.3
16McLean/Holder (33)+6:37.2
17McConnell/Smith (8)+6:41.4
18Collins/Spark (28)+6:57.9
19Kermeen/Clark (37)+7:13.7
20Kibble/Johnston (27)+7:32.9
21Maddren/Glazier (45)+8:02.8
22Keen/Faulkner (25)+8:14.7
23Taylor/Huntley (38)+8:26.6
24Saxton/Solomon (39)+8:49.7
25Judd/Blacktopp (40)+9:23.7
26Gray/Skafer (41)+10:18.4
27Kokshoorn/Brennan (30)+11:07.8
28Spatcher/Brough (34)+11:20.3
29Julian/Lynch (36)+12:43.0
30Ford/Wilkinson (42)+12:51.7
31Campbell/Campbell (17)+13:57.9
32Marston/Marston (43)+14:42.4
33Thornley/Thornley (48)+16:18.0
34Ross/Neill (35)+16:49.4
35Glass/Turner (50)+17:13.8
36Thompson/Warren (26)+18:23.9
37Quinn/Clapperton (31)+18:27.4
38Hawes/Putaranui (32)+19:48.0
39Judd/Marra (22)+21:01.7
40Keen/King (44)+22:28.8
41O'Brien/Brien (49)+23:25.5
42Ewing/Ewing (47)+24:22.8
43Ross/Bracefield (7)+30:28.0
44Wright/Richards (15)+52:19.9
Coming Soon
12 days to go
2016 Points
1Sébastien Ogier (FRA)222
2Andreas Mikkelsen (NOR)127
2Thierry Neuville (BEL)127
4Hayden Paddon (NZL)114
5Dani Sordo (ESP)111
6J. M. Latvala 104
7Mads Østberg (NOR)90
8Ott Tanak (EST)61
9Kris Meeke (GBR)54
10Craig Breen (IRL)36
11E Camilli27
12Henning Solberg (NOR)14
13M. Prokop 12
13Stephane Lefebvre (FRA)12
15K. Abbring 10
16Teemu Suninen (FIN)8
17Elfyn Evans (GBR)6
17M Ligato6
19L. Bertelli 4
20Esapekka Lappi (FIN)2
21Armin Kremer (DEU)1
21V. Gorban 1
1Shane van Gisbergen (Holden)2812
2Jamie Whincup (Holden)2664
3Craig Lowndes (Holden)2427
4Scott McLaughlin (Volvo)2351
5Will Davison (Holden)2235
6Mark Winterbottom (Ford)2139
7Chaz Mostert (Ford)2039
8Tim Slade (Holden)1986
9Michael Caruso (Nissan)1956
10James Courtney (Holden)1808
11Garth Tander (Holden)1795
12Fabian Coulthard (Ford)1768
13Rick Kelly (Nissan)1593
14Todd Kelly (Nissan)1573
15Scott Pye (Ford)1489
16Jason Bright (Holden)1356
17Cameron Waters (Ford)1296
18Chris Pither1249
19David Reynolds (Holden)1237
20Dale Wood1231
21Nick Percat (Holden)1211
22James Moffat (Volvo)1182
23Tim Blanchard (Holden)1136
24Lee Holdsworth (Holden)882
1David Holder111
2Sloan Cox74
3Andrew Hawkeswood73
4Graham Featherstone71
5Dylan Turner70
6Emma Gilmour58
7Lance Williams56
8Hayden Paddon51
9Marcus Van Klink49
9Phil Campbell49
11Clint Cunningham45
12Dave Strong41
13Matt Summerfield37
14John Silcock36
14Richard Baddock36
16Ben Hunt34
17Anthony Jones32
17Carl Davies32
19Max Bayley31
20Jeff Judd27
21Brendan Reeves26
1Matt Adams72
2Simon Bell63
3Phil Collins60
4Chris Sheriff38
5Ray Wilson25
1Deane Buist122
2Job Quantock98
3Regan Ross95
4David Quantock83
5Matt Summerfield82
6Richard Bateman79
7David Gee74
8David Clearwater72
9Marcus Van Klink63
10Deborah Kibble56
11Darren Keen53
12Andrew Sim52
13Geoff Williamson49
13Jeff Judd49
15Richard Baddock48
16Graham Ferguson47
17Keith Anderson42
17Matt Wright42
19Jason Clark41
20Allan Kermeen30
20Phil Collins30
1Kingsley Jones91
2Warwick Redfern69
3Marcus Van Klink54
4Daniel Alexander44
5Matt Adams39
6Anthony Jones37
7Jeff Torkington35
8Grant Blackberry34
9Brynley Smith32
10Brent Taylor28
10Dylan Thomson28
10Tony Gosling28
13Waverley Jones27
13Wayne Pittams27
15Jack Williamson22
16Jonathan Shapley18
1Hayden Paddon229
2David Holder181
3Darren Galbraith179
4Emma Gilmour177
5Sloan Cox166
6Andrew Hawkeswood165
7Dylan Turner163
8Ben Hunt159
9Matt Summerfield154
10Michael Tall150
11Phil Campbell146
12Glenn Inkster143
13Lance Williams142
14Grant Blackberry140
15Deane Buist137
16Graham Featherstone134
17Shannon Chambers125
18Peter Scharmach119
19Lee Robson118
19Regan Ross118
1John Kennard229
2Jason Farmer181
3Anthony McLoughlin177
4Alan Steel174
5Tony Rawstorn170
5Sarah Coatsworth170
7Jeff Cress165
8Rob Scott163
9Tania Ross154
10Malcolm Read152
11Nicole Summerfield151
12Lorna Tall150
13Raymond Bennett144
14Spencer Winn143
15Ric Chalmers141
16Venita Fabbro139
17Glenn Macneall136
18Dave Devonport134
19Karl Celeste131
20Warwick Searle124