Thu, 22 Aug 2019 - Thomson secures junior title at Coromandel

Christchurch’s Dylan Thomson has secured his third consecutive junior championship and tightened his strangle-hold on third place in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship after another top five result at the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel.

Thomson headed to the event looking to secure his championship position and also look to learn the effect of set-up changes and a new Dunlop tyre on the Specialised Auto Services Subaru Impreza STI.

The opening loop of stages saw Thomson and co-driver Amy Hudson make a strong start, putting themselves fifth as they returned to the service park after the opening three special stages.

Bolting on a set of the new generation Dunlop tyres for the first time, Thomson immediately felt a difference and a third fastest time on special stage five saw him move up to fourth place as he entered the final loop of three stages again.

The final loop of stages saw good pace, with a third and fourth fastest time on the two remaining gravel stages, but a turbo gasket failure on the final tarmac publicity stage saw him drop to fifth place by just .8 of a second, but still securing his third top five finish in what is still his first season in a four-wheel drive car.

“Every rally this year we’ve got closer to the pace of the leaders which is really pleasing on what we always said was going to be a learning year. This is an event I’ve always loved and it’s really satisfying to get another strong result, albeit a little frustrating we weren’t on the winning end of such a tight result,” said Thomson. “The other pleasing thing is the new Dunlop, the old tyre was pretty awesome but this new tyre is something else again!”

Thomson heads to the final round 21 points ahead of fourth place in the championship, but will have a large battle on his hands with Hudson only holding a six-point margin for third in the co-drivers title race heading to the season finale, the Handy Rentals Waitomo

Dylan Thomson Rallysport’s campaign is supported by Total Lubricants, Riordan and West Transport Pukekohe, Drew + Accounting, Harrier Signs, Specialised Auto Services, Steelrite Framing, LJ Hooker, Fowler Homes South Auckland and New Zealand, AA Autocentre Hornby, Jivan Produce, Dunlop, Dixcel and Braketech.

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 - Sheehan takes championship control at Coromandel

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan has one hand on the championship trophy in the front-wheel drive class of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship after a maximum score at the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel held over the weekend.

Having seen his lead reduced to nothing at the previous rounds, Sheehan knew he needed to increase his pace and made improvements to both the Truck Moves Ford Fiesta R2 as well as his driving with training from mentor David Holder.

Sheehan and co-driver Glenn Goldring made a good set of pace notes on the pre-event reconnaissance and were ready for a fight, but were forced to change their plan when they saw rival Robbie Stokes stopped only 300 metres into the opening stage.

From there, Sheehan was focussed on making the finish and also trying several new things with the car and himself, finding a more comfortable level on the tight and twisty roads than 12 months earlier on his north island debut.

Outside of a puncture in special stage two and a new tyre compound that was too soft for the hard-packed Coromandel roads, Sheehan enjoyed a trouble-free run and came home to take not only victory, but full points on the power stage as well.

“Obviously it would’ve been great to battle with Robbie but at the end of the day we had an awesome day out and I’m stoked with how far we’ve come in the last 12 months,” said Sheehan. “The notes are just working so much better for me now and I really found a level of enjoyment from the roads that wasn’t there last year. Outside of the puncture, our first in two years, it was a near perfect day out.”

The Sheehans Motorsport team now prepare themselves for the final round of the NZRC, Rally Waitomo, on October 19.

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 - Paddon Rallysport Group develops world-first electric rally car with Hyundai New Zealand

The multi-championship winning rally team, Paddon Rallysport, has revealed they are undertaking a ground-breaking new project – the design, development and construction of the world’s first electric rally car that will be capable of running full length rallies.

Headed by New Zealand’s most successful rally driver, Hayden Paddon, the Hyundai Kona EV rally car project is being undertaken at Paddon Rallysport Group’s (PRG) headquarters at the Highlands Innovation and Technology Park in Cromwell, Central Otago, New Zealand.

Paddon is passionate about the project which will showcase PRG’s capabilities with their new way of thinking about electric vehicle technologies and how these can be applied to the sport of rallying.

Paddon says: “This first EV rally car from the new PRG division Alternative Energy Motorsport Development (AEMD) will be a showstopper in terms of performance and will do things differently to electric-powered competition vehicles seen to date.”

A Hyundai Kona forms the foundation of the EV rally car, thanks to Paddon’s long-term commercial partner Hyundai New Zealand.

The team is only eight months away from their first major milestone – having the first prototype running by April 2020 – but where did the idea come from?

Early in 2018, Paddon and his father Chris were thinking about what PRG’s future would be – national or international? What sort of vehicles would be used in competition in five to ten years?

Paddon: “Alternative energy powerplants are very quickly evolving in the consumer-focused automotive sector, but the same developments are not as widespread in motorsport and certainly not in rallying. A friend and I discussed the concept of electric-powered rally cars. Not unlike most motorsport enthusiasts and their first impressions of the concept, I thought ‘not EV!’ But the more I thought about it, the more potential I could see to align top tier rallying with the technology aims of major vehicle manufacturers.”

Serious planning commenced, looking at the organisation’s structure, personnel requirements and location. Next, Paddon approached possible commercial partners.

“With their support, we were able to develop the concept through to the planning stages and formally involve our first people. Then came the vital technical partnerships with Stohl Advanced Research and Development (STARD) in Austria and the University of Canterbury Engineering Facility, through their University of Canterbury Motorsport (UCM) project team.”

The Hyundai EV rally car project requires a number of engineering challenges to be resolved. “From some of the EV technology that already exists, performance is already there – some cars have up to 1000bhp (745kW). It’s how you harness that performance for rallying, for example with torque vectoring for gravel/low grip situations and the range needed to complete a full day’s rallying.”

Ensuring that the EV rally car produces sound is also vital. “I’m committed to making sure our car creates the kind of noise a rally fan enjoys. From an entirely practical point of view, a rally car needs to create a loud and distinctive sound for the safety of officials, marshals, media and spectators out viewing the rally action.”

PRG is also working on fire and safety systems, safety processes for rally event personnel and charging systems.

“Rallying opens up more challenges compared to circuit racing in terms of range, charging systems and sound, and when we find solutions for these elements, many will be applicable to the general road user/EV car owner.”

Hyundai New Zealand General Manager Andy Sinclair says: “We are excited to be involved in the development of the world’s first electric rally car with Paddon Rallysport. As the number one new EV brand in New Zealand we are committed to being at the forefront of innovation and championing the EV industry here, so this project aligns with us leading the way.”

With April 2020 the target to complete the first prototype Hyundai EV rally car, PRG will continue testing and developing the car, and run it smaller domestic events through the rest of 2020. Moving into 2021, PRG will focus on expanding the EV rally car’s range so it’s capable of running in full length rallies. This is a key challenge that underpins all the development work since the project started. During that year, the second prototype will also be in development.

As New Zealand’s most successful rally team, Paddon Rallysport has a proven heritage with motorsport development projects. They created the first Hyundai AP4 rally car in the world – built to New Zealand’s very successful AP4 regulations – a car which helped Hyundai New Zealand to secure the first-ever rallying manufacturer’s title for Hyundai anywhere in the world. This alternative energy motorsport development project is an exciting evolution of the team which offers global opportunities.

Mon, 19 Aug 2019 - Ben Hunt pilots Subaru WRX STI to his second national rally championship title win

Subaru driver Ben Hunt is elated to have wrapped up the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC) today, with a round to spare.

Hunt and his long-time co-driver Tony Rawstorn needed only to finish eighth or higher in the one-day Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally of Coromandel to secure a second career title – after achieving his first win in a Subaru Impreza WRX in 2015 - but they went ahead and won it anyway.

“It is a huge credit to the Hunt Motorsports team, Speedhub Motorsport, Subaru, all my sponsors and everyone that has helped us out. So many people put in a lot of time and effort and we don’t do enough of the other things we love doing but when you get results like this, it makes it all worth it.” “Hunt says.

Hunt and Rawstorn have certainly capped off a decade of rallying together in the most memorable way today.

“It’s five from five so we might have to pull Waitomo out of the bag. We want to do what no other NZRC driver has been able to do before and carry off that sixth win at Waitomo next month,” Hunt says.

The Auckland-based Subaru brand ambassador took a measured approach to the day - in the Subaru WRX STI that his Hunt Motorsports team built into a rally-dominating machine three years ago - determined not to derail his successful season. He didn’t feel the need to win every stage of eight, held around the Mercury Bay region, although he stayed within the top two for the first seven stages, before disaster nearly struck on the brand-new final stage. During the 2.5 laps of tarmac roads in the commercial area near the Whitianga airport, Hunt experienced fuel surges on the short super special stage but managed to sneak it home.

“At that stage it was more about getting to the finish line and we were surprised to have stayed in the lead,” Hunt said.

Hunt’s success this season has seen him voted the championship’s best driver this year - securing 83% of the votes – in the recently-completed NZRC Competitor Survey.

“Our Subaru also polled as the most competitive car in the championship, which is a real credit to the team and all our sponsors who back us and allow us to continually develop and fine tune our WRX STI into a rally-winner,” Hunt says.

In repeating his 2015 title success, Hunt has boosted the ultimate Kiwi adventure brand further into the Manufacturer’s Championship lead. Subaru is ahead by 19 points with one round of the NZRC remaining at Waitomo on October 19.

Subaru of New Zealand’s Managing Director Wallis Dumper joins the Subaru team in congratulating Hunt and Rawstorn.

“Ben and his team’s top result is a reflection of their commitment to the Subaru brand and Hunt Motorsports' NZRC campaign. Subaru have been rally supporters for decades, and to see five rallies won consecutively adds to our proud rally heritage. Ben has shown that being able to depend on Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is the way to finish rallies and to finish them first,” Mr Dumper says.

In winning his fifth consecutive rally in the 2019 NZRC, Hunt joins just three other drivers to have achieved this feat in a season. He is in illustrious company with rallying greats Joe Mc Andrew (2014), Richard Mason (2014) and Hayden Paddon (2018) the only competitors in the championship’s 44-year history to notch up five wins.

Hunt Motorsports is grateful for support in the 2019 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship from: Subaru of New Zealand, Hydraulink, Motul Oil, Vantage Windows and Doors, Speedhub Motorsport, Gull NZ Fuel, Winger Subaru, Hella NZ, Reiger suspension, Bluebridge, MTF Finance, Wurth, Mean Machine Engines, Vernon Developments, TCC Solutions, Hitech Motorsport, Hunt Diesel, Make Architects, Pirelli, Pagid Racing Brake Pads, Nuzest, SOS and Hammer King.

Thu, 15 Aug 2019 - Campbell returns to happy hunting ground

Tauranga’s Phil Campbell returns to a happy hunting ground for the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel this weekend for the penultimate round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship.

The Whitianga-based event was the scene of Campbell’s first NZRC round win back in 2014 and since then he has also recorded a second place in 2015 and just missed the podium with fourth in 2017.

A challenging 2019 season started with a podium finish but a pair of did-not finishes see Campbell in sixth, although still with the opportunity to get amongst the top three with a couple of strong results to finish the season.

The Campbell Rally Sport team have made good use of the almost two-month break between events to check over The Roofing Store Ford Fiesta AP4, including a full gearbox rebuild after retiring from the latest South Canterbury round.

“I’m really looking forward to Coromandel, obviously it holds some pretty special memories for us with the first round win,” says Campbell. “This year has been really up and down, we’ve finished two rallies and we’ve been third and fourth, so if we can have a couple of strong finishes we should end up close to the top three.”

The Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel kicks off with a ceremonial start on Friday night at 6pm in Whitianga’s Albert Street. The following day sees eight special stages around the Coromandel Peninsula totalling 126 kilometres.

Wed, 14 Aug 2019 - Barker aims to Conquer Coromandel

The Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship heads to Whitianga this weekend for round 5, The Goldrush Rally of Coromandel. Where Stephen Barker will make his first appearance at the event. The rally gets underway with a Ceremonial start on Friday night before tackling 126 competitive kilometres over 8 stages on Saturday.

A break from the championship following disappointing results in round 1 and 2 has left the Barker eager to get back behind the wheel, this time with a new objective. Having started his last two rallies together with Co-Driver Chris MacIver in search of event knowledge and points. The pair showed good speed but ultimately came up empty handed. Meaning the focus now shifts towards pushing for a maiden rally win.

“The two dnfs were really tough for Chris and I after putting so much effort into being there. So, we made the call to focus our efforts on the two remaining north island events. The Championship is long gone but I am determined to keep building on the speed we have and win a rally” says Barker.

Now happy with the performance of the teams Mitsubishi Evo 9. Barker believes the key to being on the podium this weekend will be a successful pre rally Reconnaissance. With only one opportunity to drive Saturday’s stages in advance. The importance of correct information in the notes the pair create has never greater.

“We pushed hard at round two in Whangarei and we were fighting for the lead from the first stage. I underestimated our speed during the reconnaissance there and a small off cost us the good result”, Barker admits.

The Coromandel Rally will serve up a mixture of tight technical and fast flowing gravel stages. With forecast rain set to play a role in the day’s competition. A challenge Barker is geared up for.

As the team finalises preparations for the event, they would like to acknowledge the support of: Online Stabilisers, GHL Temp Fence, Baker Boys Nursery, Wrigley Concrete, Manukau Auto Centre, Ingham Mitsubishi, Dunlop Tyres, Winmax Brakes, Howser Classics, Waikato Mobile Windscreens, Pickerill Auto Electrical, Rallydrive NZ

Wed, 14 Aug 2019 - Sheehan ready to fight for title at Coromandel

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan will come out swinging at the penultimate round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel, this weekend.

Sheehan made an almost perfect start to the season, opening with a win and a second place. A thumb injury slowed progress at the next round in Canterbury, while a freak mechanical failure saw a non-finish at the most recent round, South Canterbury. With all that added up in points land, Sheehan is an equal leader of the NZRC category 2 two-wheel drive class.

With rival Robbie Stokes having set the pace this season, Sheehan promises some changes to both the Truck Moves Ford Fiesta R2 and his driving thanks to mentor and driver trainer, David Holder.

The Whitianga-based event was the first North Island event Sheehan contested last year and was also the first rally he and co-driver Glenn Goldring competed in.

"Coromandel is one event we have competed in in 2018, so it’ll be nice to repeat a rally with some familiar stages,” says Sheehan.

“I’m determined to up our game after 2 frustrating rounds thanks to a broken thumb and a mechanical DNF in Canterbury and South Canterbury respectively. With two rounds remaining and a good chance to grab a New Zealand title in our debut year, we will be pushing hard straight out of the blocks in Coromandel. Its gloves off time!"

The Dayle ITM Goldrush Rally Coromandel kicks off with a ceremonial start on Friday night at 6pm in Whitianga’s Albert Street. The following day sees eight special stages around the Coromandel Peninsula totalling 126 kilometres.

Fri, 9 Aug 2019 - Hugh field for 2019 Catlins Coast Rally

A massive entry of eighty-eight cars will start the 2019 Catlins Coast Rally on Saturday.

Defending champion and four-time winner Andrew Graves of Gore is once again the top seed in his venerable Mitsubishi EVO 3. Graves’ wins have come in 2010, 2013, 2017 and again last year. He has twice been runner-up in 2012 and 2016 and was third in 2011. He also has one other Catlins win to his name when he was co-driver for Derek Ayson when the duo won the event in 2005.

This year Andrew’s son Hayden will join him in the co-driver seat. Hayden has done the job before but never at Catlins and Graves admits he would love to win this year with Hayden alongside.

Matt Summerfield of Christchurch is at two in his Subaru Impreza WRX. Summerfield was the runner-up in 2017 NZ Rally Championship and fourth last year and currently sits fifth in this year’s points. The runner-up at last year’s Rankleburn Rally, Kaiapoi driver Job Quantock, is at three in a Lancer EVO 8 for this event while last year’s third placegetter at Catlins, Carter Strang of Wallacetown, is seeded fourth in his EVO 6.

Three-time winner Dean Bond of Balclutha won at Catlins in 2009, 2011 and 2015, and is seeded fifth in his Mitsubishi EVO 6.5 However he failed to finish after sliding off the road in Special Stage 3 last year and has since done very little mileage in his familiar Mitsubishi EVO 6.5.

Cantabrians, Mike Tall (EVO 6.5), John Giltrap (EVO 9), Garet Thomas (Impreza WRX), Sean Haggerty (WRX) and Job Quantock’s father, David, (Mitsubishi Mirage) round out the top ten. Scotsman Haggerty, now resident in Ohoka, had a huge crash at the recent South Canterbury Rally but has re-shelled the car and will take the start on Saturday.

Deane Buist of Christchurch leads the 2-wheel-drive cars at twelve in his unique VW Golf GTi MK2, just ahead of rivals Regan Ross of Kaikoura (Escort MKII) and Marcus Van Klink of Christchurch (Mazda RX7 Group B). Balclutha driver Barry Mills (Hillman Avenger) at eighteen is capable of giving the top ten a nudge.

The many class battles will be another feature of the event. The first three overall placegetters are not eligible for class placings which opens the door for more to share in the class prizes.

As always Graves will be the top runner in Class E for Pre 1996 4-wheel-drive cars with eleventh seed Matt Wright of Christchurch (Subaru Impreza), Tom Bond of Dunedin (Legacy) and last year’s class winner Mark Parsons and runner-up Garry Cliff the other major contenders.

Class D for more modern 4-wheel-drive cars is always competitive with all of the top ten seeds apart from Graves duking it out for class honours. Jeff Judd won it last year in his Impreza from David Quantock and Garet Thomas.

The 2-wheel-drive 1601cc & over Class C should be the domain of Buist with Jason Keach of Mosgiel in a MKI Escort RS1800 also in the mix.

Class B (2-wheel-drive cars of 1301-1600cc) should see last year’s winner Richie Chadwick of Dunedin to the fore again in his Toyota Corolla GT although Robbie Stokes of Waikuku (Ford Fiesta R2) and Nick Marston of Rolleston (Toyota Sprinter) along with Craig Cormack of Gore, Taylor Judd (Christchurch) and Graham McRae of Invercargill will be factors as well.

There is a fantastic number of entries in Class A (2-wheel-drive 0-1300cc) this year and the best on seedings are Tim Smith of Christchurch, Peter Murch of Rangiora, Rhys Turner of Dunedin and Richard Ford of Bannockburn. Each one of them will be at the wheel of Toyota Starlet’s.

Nigel Marshall of Wyndham with the 2016 event winning driver Vaughan Edie in the co-driver seat in Marshall’s Datsun 1200 is one favourite in Class F (0-1700 Classic’s) while last year’s class winner Brendon Mitchell of Winton in his Datsun 1600 will be right there also.

Regan Ross and Marcus Van Klink should be the frontrunners in Class G (1701cc & over Classics) along with Jeff Judd, Barry Mills and Graham Ferguson of Greymouth (Ford Escort).

This year’s Catlins Coast Rally is also the fifth and final round of the Mainland Rally Series. Both the overall title and several of the classes are still wide open giving extra edge to the results this Saturday.

The Stadium Finance Southern & Novice Challenge will see a trophy awarded to the first crew in the event from across the water – from the North Island or Australia - while there are also first and second place trophies for the novice drivers and novice co-drivers in the event – in which crews who have done less than three rallies qualify.

The rally will begin adjacent to Owaka Motors in Campbell Street, Owaka, at 10am and will conclude in Campbell Street back in Owaka at 3.40pm.

Owaka will be the hub of the event with the Service Parks taking place in the town throughout the day.

This year the event begins with the12.89km MRF Tyres/ Cannibal Bay stage followed by AG & Auto Direct Romahapa (35.76km). The 16.50km Lister Helicopters Puaho stage which has not been used since 2003 is next followed by Michael Kelly Auto Electrical Ltd Catlins Valley (26.61km). The penultimate stage is a new one, the AON Insurance McNab’s Farm Stage, over 31.84km with the Midland Rag Supplies Tawanui stage over 24.10km the final stage of the event.

The winner of the event will receive the Darryl Robinson Memorial Trophy while the leading South Otago crew home earns the Kerry O’Donohue Memorial Trophy and the top Otago Sports Car Club crew, the Glen Shirlaw Memorial Trophy.

The 2019 Catlins Coast Rally will be livestreamed on the Catlins Coast Rally Official facebook page with Blair Bartels of the NZ Rally Championship and past Catlins Coast Rally winner, Rhys Gardner. The livestreaming is made possible thanks to Stadium Finance and Yuasa Batteries.

The Eastern Southland Car Club is delighted to have the support of the Clutha Licensing Trust through their Rosebank Lodge Balclutha establishment, plus Southroads, Owaka Motors, Yuasa Batteries and Stadium Finance. The club is also especially grateful to Rayonier Matariki Forests, the Clutha District Council and the McNab Family for their assistance with the event.

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4New ZealandSean Haggarty+45.3
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16New ZealandMike Sheehan36
17New ZealandRobbie Stokes34
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19New ZealandCharlie Evans33
20New ZealandJeff Judd27
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6New ZealandBen Thomasen24
7New ZealandPhil Campbell23
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13New ZealandJeff Judd13
13New ZealandPhil Macquarie13
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18New ZealandBrent Taylor10
19New ZealandWayne Rowberry9
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4New ZealandRegan Ross80
5New ZealandMatthew Wright74
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8New ZealandSean Haggarty71
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10New ZealandGarry Cliff47
10New ZealandRobbie Stokes47
12New ZealandPhil Collins40
12New ZealandJohn Giltrap40
12New ZealandDavid Gee40
15New ZealandTim Smith35
16New ZealandDeane Buist33
17New ZealandBrad Harris32
18New ZealandNick Marston29
19New ZealandDavid Taylor21
20New ZealandDave Ollis20
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4New ZealandBarry Kirk-Burnnand104
5New ZealandAndrew Oakley96
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9New ZealandJeremy Friar90
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10New ZealandTim James86
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10New ZealandEddie Grooten86
14New ZealandGraeme Drummond84
15New ZealandTim McIver82
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