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2 days agoHighs and lows for Marston and Murphy in South Canterbury
 Gilmour fourth in Rally South Canterbury
3 days agoPaddon makes the most of return to South Canterbury
 Paddon tames ice and speed for Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury win
4 days agoRally of South Canterbury: Start List for Leg 1 published
 One of the strongest fields ever for Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury
5 days agovan Klink excited for new challenge
 Sheehan gutted to miss South Canterbury
 Gilmour excited about South Canterbury's new roads
 South Canterbury rally aids Holder’s JWRC prep
6 days agoNew roads in South Canterbury beckon Marston and Murphy
 Paddon and Kennard value return to South Canterbury rally
8 days agoCox takes positives from Finnish RX Academy round
 Thomson teams up with SAS for 2019 season
12 days agoRally of South Canterbury entries published
13 days agoRally of South Canterbury published
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Sun, 24 Jun 2018 - Highs and lows for Marston and Murphy in South Canterbury

Josh Marston and Greg Murphy were both hoping for more from their first-ever run at the Rally of South Canterbury. Marston managed to bring his Holden Barina AP4+ home in sixth place, but Murphy’s car was side-lined by a fuel pump failure for the second time in three events.

Conditions were icy and tricky for the Penny Homes Holden Rally Team drivers and fellow competitors as they tackled the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, a one-day rally on roads to the northwest and southwest of Timaru.

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Sun, 24 Jun 2018 - Gilmour fourth in Rally South Canterbury

Emma Gilmour has finished a credible fourth in today’s Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury, among what was arguably the strongest-ever field for a non-international New Zealand rally.

Driving the Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4, she and co-driver Anthony McLoughlin were only 5.17secs behind third-placed Darren Galbraith and Rocky Hudson.

The 2017 national rally champion Andrew Hawkeswood was second to World Rally Championship driver Hayden Paddon in this fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC). Dunedin-based Emma has now moved up to fifth overall in the NZRC ...    more...

Sat, 23 Jun 2018 - Paddon makes the most of return to South Canterbury

New Zealand rallying’s star pairing Hayden Paddon and co-driver John Kennard have made the most of their return to the high speed gravel roads of South Canterbury, winning the 23 June one-day rally by a margin of 4 minutes and 51 seconds over Andrew Hawkeswood.

The South Canterbury event had special meaning for Paddon who, as a teen, developed his skills behind the wheel at club events using these roads around the provincial city of Timaru.

Paddon commented: “I enjoyed the day thoroughly. This morning was obviously a bit sketchy with a lot of ice ...    more...

Sat, 23 Jun 2018 - Paddon tames ice and speed for Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury win

South Canterbury local Hayden Paddon continued his dominance of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship by claiming a victory at Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury by over four minutes.

WRC star Paddon, who grew up in nearby Geraldine and learned to drive on these rural roads, won 10 of the 11 extremely fast and ice-covered stages to earn his third win from three starts at home in New Zealand and extend his lead in the championship alongside long-time co-driver John Kennard.

Force Motorsport boss and current NZRC champion Andrew Hawkeswood, with co-driver Jeff Cress, ...    more...

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 - One of the strongest fields ever for Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury

Arguably the strongest ever field for a non-international New Zealand rally will contest the Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury on Saturday.

Serving as a round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship for just the third time and first since 1984, Rally South Canterbury promises to be one of the most eagerly contested events in recent times.

WRC star Hayden Paddon headlines the 96-strong field as he showcases his talents on the roads he grew up on, learning his trade as a youngster.

Joining Paddon in the category one battle are ...    more...

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 - van Klink excited for new challenge

Christchurch’s Marcus van Klink is excited to take on a new challenge when the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship’s fourth round heads for new ground with the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally.

The event is one of the most keenly anticipated in the season and van Klink can’t wait to unleash the powerful Buteline Mazda RX-8 triple rotor on the fast and flowing public roads that make up the event.

The start to the season has been a strong one for van Klink and co-driver Dave ...    more...

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1New ZealandHayden Paddon1:31:53.8
2New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood+4:51.3
3New ZealandDarren Galbraith+5:10.3
4New ZealandEmma Gilmour+5:17.6
5AustraliaNathan Quinn+5:19.1
6New ZealandJosh Marston+5:47.6
7IrelandRichie Dalton+5:51.1
8AustraliaBrendan Reeves+5:51.6
9New ZealandRaana Horan+6:50.2
10New ZealandMarcus Van Klink+8:20.1
11New CaledoniaEugene Creugnet+8:39.3
12New ZealandJeff Judd+8:39.4
13New ZealandDeane Buist+9:08.1
14New ZealandGaret Thomas+10:27.8
15New ZealandNeil Allport+10:33.8
16New ZealandJack Williamson+10:37.0
17New ZealandTony Gosling+11:16.2
18New ZealandDerek Ayson+11:38.1
19AustraliaStewart Reid+11:39.8
20New ZealandRichard Bateman+11:44.8
21New ZealandBrian Green+12:08.8
22New ZealandJohn Silcock+12:12.0
23New ZealandBrian Stokes+12:48.5
24New ZealandMatt Wright+13:01.5
25New ZealandScott Jones+13:05.0
26New ZealandRay Wilson+13:19.7
27New ZealandGraham Ferguson+13:54.5
28New ZealandPhil Collins+14:08.8
29New ZealandLeon Styles+15:21.6
30New ZealandBrynley Smith+15:27.2
31New ZealandMark Parsons+15:43.8
32New ZealandPaul Dickson+15:54.6
33New ZealandDylan Thomson+16:05.1
34New ZealandAshton Wood+16:13.1
35New ZealandSean Haggarty+16:14.8
36New ZealandJonathan Shapley+16:39.3
37New ZealandDylan Cameron+17:14.6
38New ZealandGarry Cliff+18:05.1
39New ZealandRobbie Stokes+18:47.0
40New ZealandJeff Ward+19:07.0
41New ZealandTrevor Crowe+19:38.0
42New ZealandDavid Holder+19:39.0
43New ZealandEric Clark+19:50.9
44New ZealandDavid Taylor+20:03.7
45New ZealandGraeme Coey+20:22.8
46New ZealandSam Haugh+20:47.1
47New ZealandNick Marston+20:57.2
48New ZealandBrett Maddren+21:03.0
49New ZealandDarren Keen+22:38.7
50New ZealandBrendan Wadsworth+25:59.8
51New ZealandChris Herdman+27:32.4
52New ZealandIan Warren+27:44.0
53New ZealandGordon Beeby+28:40.9
54New ZealandColin Tubb+29:22.5
55New ZealandSimon Rabbidge+30:23.8
56New ZealandRyan Blacktopp+31:15.3
57New ZealandAndy Martin+32:42.0
58New ZealandMike Cameron+36:10.4
59New ZealandBen Hunt+38:24.6
1BelgiumThierry Neuville3:29:18.7
2FranceSébastien Ogier+0.7
3FinlandEsapekka Lappi+1:56.3
4New ZealandHayden Paddon+2:55.2
5NorwayMads Østberg+3:10.9
6IrelandCraig Breen+4:31.7
7FinlandJari-Matti Latvala+11:22.1
8EstoniaOtt Tänak+12:38.2
9Czech RepublicJan Kopecký+13:14.6
10FinlandTeemu Suninen+15:30.4
11Czech RepublicMartin Prokop+15:53.4
12NorwayOle Christian Veiby+16:17.2
13FranceNicolas Ciamin+16:33.3
14United KingdomElfyn Evans+17:56.5
15ItalyFabio Andolfi+19:46.8
16PolandŁukasz Pieniążek+20:25.9
17ItalyGiuseppe Dettori+21:48.5
18FrancePierre-Louis Loubet+23:25.3
19NorwayAndreas Mikkelsen+25:48.3
20NetherlandsKees Burger+34:48.8
21MexicoBenito Guerra Jr.+38:55.7
22FinlandTaisko Lario+47:19.6
23PolandKajetan Kajetanowicz+51:10.4
24FranceStéphane Lefebvre+55:39.0
25United KingdomLouise Cook+1:10:53.8
26IndiaGaurav Gill+1:17:41.1
27ItalyEnrico Brazzoli+1:54:51.9
1New ZealandJamie Vandenberg1:09:08.4
2New ZealandStephen Maguire+29.4
3New ZealandBodie Reading+1:12.5
4New ZealandKurt Wylie+2:44.4
5New ZealandNicholas Grave+5:36.0
6New ZealandKade Barrett+6:07.9
7New ZealandMichael Pritchard+6:32.3
8New ZealandCrichton Lewis+7:02.0
9New ZealandMark Kyle+9:23.0
10New ZealandAidan Peterson+9:37.2
11New ZealandBill Cromarty+15:09.2
12New ZealandElliot Ritchie+16:09.1
13New ZealandMitch Roberts+16:38.2
14New ZealandDavid Allwright+22:34.3
15New ZealandTim Auty+22:47.0
16New ZealandRay Elphinstone+23:10.2
17New ZealandBill Fulton+38:32.1
18New ZealandBen Newman+39:27.1
19New ZealandStephen Turner+45:42.7
1New ZealandJosh Marston1:56:18.0
2AustraliaNathan Quinn+9.9
3New ZealandRaana Horan+13.8
4New ZealandGreg Murphy+55.0
5New ZealandGeof Argyle+2:58.0
6New ZealandJob Quantock+3:40.3
7New ZealandMatt Summerfield+3:52.9
8New ZealandClinton Cunningham+6:38.1
9New ZealandMichael Tall+7:03.7
10New ZealandCarter Strang+7:50.7
11New ZealandJohn Silcock+8:51.8
12New ZealandRichard Bateman+11:30.5
13New ZealandJack Williamson+11:33.9
14New CaledoniaEugene Creugnet+11:44.2
15New ZealandBrian Green+11:49.4
16New ZealandLeon Styles+12:21.8
17New ZealandFred Merkin+16:40.3
18New ZealandStewart Thorp+16:48.0
19New ZealandDylan Thomson+16:48.6
20New ZealandPhil Collins+17:44.8
21New ZealandMike Sheehan+18:25.6
22New ZealandRay Wilson+18:40.6
23New ZealandNick Marston+19:07.9
24New ZealandTrevor Crowe+19:13.1
25New ZealandSean Haggerty+19:48.8
26New ZealandAdrian Leitch+20:37.8
27New ZealandMatt Adams+21:51.2
28New ZealandJeff Ward+22:46.1
29New ZealandEric Clark+23:09.0
30New ZealandDavid Taylor+23:18.7
31New ZealandDavid Birkett+24:37.2
32New ZealandKen Macdonald+25:20.0
33New ZealandHayden Spatcher+25:21.7
34New ZealandBrendan Wadsworth+28:18.9
35New ZealandAndrew Sim+28:20.0
36New ZealandDave Ollis+28:47.2
37New ZealandRyan Blacktopp+30:41.0
38New ZealandRex Ford+33:56.4
39New ZealandShane McKenzie+37:17.7
40New ZealandAmy Keighley+40:12.0
41New ZealandRichard Richards+43:30.4
42New ZealandMichael Veronese+44:24.8
43New ZealandGraeme Coey+55:41.1
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