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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.

“A bit of an up and down day,” said Marston, of Christchurch, who moved into second place in the NZRC drivers’ standings behind rally winner Hayden Paddon. “We blew a boost hose earlier in the day and the car’s got a small misfire which we were unable to fix during the day. But apart from that, Andrew [Graves, his co-driver] and I went pretty well with some good stage times to end up sixth overall.”

Marston says he’s never seen anything like the icy conditions on the early stages. “It was so slippery. You were literally skating on it, and once it thawed out in the afternoon, the stages were great. The MRF tyres didn’t wear at all, it was so cold – the MRF softs were great.”

Havelock North’s Murphy agrees that it was hard to read the road.

“The shaded sections were particularly icy,” said Murphy who, with Timaru’s Mark Leonard alongside, started the day with a very handy fourth quickest time in the first stage. “There wouldn’t have been a competitor among us who didn’t have a moment or two. The stages were generally really enjoyable with some very long, high speed straights.”

As the fortunes of other top ten runners continually changed, Murphy and Leonard kept setting consistent top seven or eight times to hold fifth place overall after stage five. “At the first service after SS3, our guys picked up from the data that the fuel pump had an issue and it failed near the start of stage seven. It’s disappointing and frustrating, because until then the car had clearly been good and fast. The MRF soft tyres did their job perfectly, the setup suits the way I’m driving and it was a fantastic opportunity to drive these roads. We just wanted a finish. Our guys will need to delve deeper into what’s happening with the fuel and we’ll be back, well-sorted, for Rally Coromandel in August.”

The Penny Homes Holden Rally Team appreciates the support of Penny Homes, Holden New Zealand, MRF Tyres, RDL Performance, Fairview Windows and Doors, Provident Insurance, Aqualine, Rubber Developments, Racetech, Makita, Castrol, FXD Workwear, New Balance, Alpinestars, Futura Trailers, Chemz and SignBiz. Follow the Penny Homes Holden Rally Team on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HoldenBarinaRallySport. Follow the NZRC results and news via http://chrissport.kiwi/. ENDS

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 with two rounds to go.

It was a long and testing day on the roads to the north-west and south-west of Timaru for the 96 teams contesting the 11 different special stages across 195km of competition.

Emma says the conditions were icy, slippery and tricky at the start.

“I had a pretty good spin in the second stage, which cost us a bit of time. We always knew we would struggle in the long straights and high speed stages in comparison to the cars running bigger engines,” she says.

After entering the first service in 12th place, Emma was determined to find her rhythm and blasted through the next set of stages. She clocked two, third-fastest times and a second-fastest stage result - her best times for the event.

“I was a bit frustrated we had a slow start, which made for a hard afternoon playing catch-up. This is my second fourth place for this season and I was keen to make it onto the podium today. The positives to take away however, are that we had good speed, the Suzuki ran well and the team did a great job,” Emma says.

The stages were new to Emma as this event was serving as a round of the NZRC for just the third time and for the first time since 1984.

“The roads were amazing. It was really cool to rally some different stages and have some new challenges. We only had one recce pass over the roads and there were some super-fast sections, which made trust in my notes vital. As per usual Anthony delivered them faultlessly,” Emma says.

The NZRC takes nearly a two-month break now before the penultimate round in the Coromandel on August 18.

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 on the stages which made it very difficult. We’ve never seen icy, frosty conditions like this on a rally in New Zealand before. Running first on the road, we were the ones exploring where the grip was or wasn’t, so that was tricky.

“Also, some of the morning stages had very long straights, and the AP4+ cars just don’t have that top speed, so we were mindful of looking after the engine of the Hyundai i20 AP4+. This afternoon, when it was a bit more flowing, it was really nice. The car was feeling good and we enjoyed ourselves. John and the whole Paddon Rallysport team did a great job.”

Paddon and Kennard won all but one of the 11 stages with former New Zealand rally champion Ben Hunt the only one to beat Paddon on his home turf.

“Ben and Matt Summerfield did a fantastic job today and it was a pity that neither of them got a result to back that up.

“This weekend was about getting a result for the team and the championship, so it’s been good. The rally was really well supported with lots of people out on the stages and in the service park in Fairlie, so it was great to get a result for all the locals who’ve supported me over the years.”

The battle for second place was close-fought with Australian Brendon Reeves – who is part of Paddon’s gravel crew for WRC events – tussling with defending NZRC titleholder Andrew Hawkeswood for much of the day before mechanical issues on the eleventh and final stage dropped Reeves down to eighth overall.

The Rally of South Canterbury was round four of the 2018 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the first time this event has been part of the national series since 1984.

Despite not contesting the third round in Canterbury earlier this month due to his preparation for WRC Rally Italia Sardegna, Paddon continues to lead the NZRC drivers’ championship and now has 118 points to second-placed Josh Marston with 85 points.

Paddon RallySport appreciates the support of their exclusive partners, Hyundai New Zealand, Pak’nSave, Winmax Brake Pads and Z Energy. Follow Paddon RallySport on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/paddonrallysport/, or via www.haydenpaddon.com.

Follow the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/newzealandrallychampionship/ or www.nzrallychamps.co.nz. Full results and points are available on http://chrissport.kiwi/ ENDS/

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, bagged a terrific result for the Mazda outfit by finishing second in his return to the championship. It was bittersweet for Hawkeswood however who inherited second place when the sister car of Australian Brendon Reeves and co-driver Rhianon Gelsomino suffered some electrical drama on the final stage at Levels Raceway. Separated by less than a second going into the final test, Reeves dropped to eighth overall.

Reeves’ wasn’t the only hard-luck story however as championship contenders Ben Hunt and Tony Rawstorn (Subaru) and Matt and Nicole Summerfield (Mitsubishi) found themselves in contention earlier in the day only for mechanical issues to thwart their charge.

Hunt managed to beat Paddon on special stage three – the first time Paddon has not won a stage in this year’s championship. The Subaru driver was given the Hella Moment of the Rally for the achievement.

Darren Galbraith and co-driver Rocky Hudson battled to an impressive third place in their first event since Rally Otago and the pair was given the Dunlop Drive of the Rally.

Emma Gilmour and Anthony McLoughlin took a solid fourth place, picking up some championship ground on their rivals, while current Australian champion Nathan Quinn battled hard to claim fifth alongside David Calder.

Rally Canterbury winner Josh Marston and Andrew Graves were sixth. Marston is second in the championship standings – 32 points behind Paddon. Hunt is a further four points further adrift.

Marcus van Klink and Dave Neill was the leading 2WD outfit and claimed top spot in the Gull Rally Challenge category to improve their championship lead. Deane Buist and Karl Celeste finished second – almost a minute behind the Mazda RX8.

Dylan Thomson and Amy Hudson claimed a fourth-successive win in class two 2WD to all but secure the championship with two rounds remaining. Robbie and Amy Stokes were second in another Ford Fiesta.

John Silcock and Grant Marra extended their championship lead in the historic 2WD category, taking advantage of a DNF from Regan Ross and Samantha Gray to claim a second straight win in their Mazda RX7.

New Caledonia’s Eugene Creugnet and Philippe Delrieu brought their Mitsubishi home to win the Gull Rally Challenge 4WD class ahead of Garet and Gemma Thomas’s Subaru.

Tony Gosling and Blair Read took out the Stadium Finance Group A challenge in their Subaru Legacy. Matt Wright and Ben Trevelyan were second in their Subaru Impreza.

The series heads north to the Goldrush Rally Coromandel in August.

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 three Australian-based drivers – Nathan Quinn, Richie Dalton and Brendan Reeves – while reigning NZRC champion Andrew Hawkeswood makes his first appearance of the season in his Force Motorsport Mazda.

Quinn will run an old car of Paddon’s – a Mitsubishi Evo 8 – while Dalton and co-driver Dale Moscatt have recovered from injuries sustained in their Whangarei crash in May to take their place in the Shamrock Ford Fiesta Proto.

Two-time Rally Coromandel winner Reeves will look to take the fight to his good mate and Hyundai colleague Paddon, driving another Force Motorsport Mazda.

Championship contenders Ben Hunt and Tony Rawstorn will look to bounce back after a mechanical failure in their Subaru at Rally Canterbury while Matt and Nicole Summerfield will also be eager for an improved showing.

Rally Canterbury winners Josh Marston and Andrew Graves should be a serious contender again while Holden Barina teammates Greg Murphy and Mark Leonard also found themselves in the battle at the front in the Canterbury forests.

Emma Gilmour will be searching for a bounce back to early season form alongside Anthony McLoughlin in her Suzuki while star rookie Raana Horan will have plenty of eyes on him this week after his impressive campaign thus far.

Local driver Darren Galbraith returns to the championship alongside co-driver Rocky Hudson and the pair should not be discounted given their outright pace and local knowledge.

A strong field of class two front wheel drive competitors will go at it on the South Canterbury roads. Dylan Thomson and Amy Hudson will look to celebrate confirmation of their 2019 plans this week by making it four-straight wins in the class. Mike Sheehan and Glenn Goldring, brother/sister combination of Robbie and Amy Stokes, David Taylor and Jared Hudson and the Amy Keighley and Zoe Jones partnership will provide competition.

The Honda Civic of Dave Strong and Bruce McKenzie will battle the Ford Escort of Wayne Pittams and Chris Davison in the class 3 2WD category.

A fierce championship fight between John Silcock and Grant Marra’s Mazda RX7 and the Ford Escort of Regan Ross and Samantha Gray continues in the class four historic 2WD category. Ross has proven to have more outright pace so far this season but Silcock’s consistency has earned him a championship lead.

In the Gull Rally Challenge 4WD class Clint Cunningham and Raymond Bennett will look to continue their good form in the Ford Fiesta Proto while Richard Bateman and Jordyn Smith loom as their biggest threats. Dave and Emma Quantock shouldn’t be discounted in the Mitsubishi EVO 8 while Garet and Gemma Thomas, John Giltrap and Paul Millar and the New Caledonian crew of Eugene Creugnet and Philippe Delrieu will also be contenders.

A strong battle will take place in the Gull Rally Challenge 2WD category as well with the Mazda RX8 of Marcus van Klink and Dave Neill looking to hold on to their championship lead. Veteran driver Deane Buist and co-driver Karl Celeste will push the Mazda combo hard while Graeme Coey and Tony Witheridge stole the win in Canterbury last start.

The Stadium Finance Group A challenge sees the return of Tony Gosling and Blair Read’s exquisitely-liveried Subaru Legacy for the first time since Rally Otago in April. Matt Wright and Ben Trevelyan’s Subaru, the Mo-Bros Mitsubishi of Matt and Karl Adams, Darren Keen and Sarah Faulkner’s Mitsubishi and the Subaru Impreza of Daniel Alexander and Chris Gracie will challenge them for the win.

A total of 11 different special stages across 195km of competition awaits drivers on the one-day event in what is the fourth round of six in this year’s championship

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 Neill, with class wins in the first two NZRC rounds, followed by an uncharacteristic mechanical failure on home ground at the Canterbury Rally.

Since the Canterbury event, the Klink Rallysport team have worked hard to repair the gearbox with just under three weeks between events. With the car ready to run, van Klink will again be looking for honours in the Gull Rally Challenge two-wheel drive class, as well as continuing his personal battle with friendly rival Regan Ross.

“I think everyone is looking forward to this one, from what we’ve seen of the event the roads look like they will be awesome and will suit plenty of horsepower. Lucky for us, we’ve got a bit of that,” says van Klink. “We’ll be looking forward to a good battle for our class again, plus it’s always good to battle against Regan. There’s nothing more satisfying than beating him and reminding him about it!”

The Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally takes place on Saturday June 23. The event gets underway the previous day with a ceremonial start at Timaru’s Caroline Bay, before the competitive action gets underway on Saturday morning. Crews will tackle 11 stages covering 195 kilometres before the finish at levels raceway from 5pm.

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 - Sheehan gutted to miss South Canterbury

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan is gutted to be missing the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally, with a last-minute engine problem forcing him out of the event.

Sheehan was looking forward to the Timaru based event, which returns to the NZRC after almost 35 years, but a developing issue has left the whole Sheehans Motorsport crew frustrated to be spectating rather than participating.

Along with new co-driver Glenn Goldring, the pair will still contest the pre-event reconnaissance to build pace notes for future use.

“It’s a really weird one, we’ve left no stone unturned in trying to sort this problem but I’m gutted to say we just won’t be ready for South Canterbury, which is a shame as it looks like it will be an awesome event,” says Sheehan. “It’s also not a great way to start a relationship with a new co-driver in Goldie, but we’ll do recce so we’ve got some good notes for next year.”

The Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally takes place on Saturday June 23. The event gets underway the previous day with a ceremonial start at Timaru’s Caroline Bay, before the competitive action gets underway on Saturday morning. Crews will tackle 11 stages covering 195 kilometres before the finish at levels raceway from 5pm.

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 - Gilmour excited about South Canterbury's new roads

Rallying for more than a decade means Emma Gilmour has driven on many of New Zealand’s gravel roads, but this Saturday’s Stadium Finance 2018 Rally South Canterbury offers some fresh stages for the Dunedin driver.

This fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC) covers nearly 200 competitive kilometres and the 11-stages – with no repeats – use roads to the north-west and south-west of Timaru.

South Canterbury has been an NZRC round only twice before, back in the early 1980s, long before Emma’s rally days began.

"It will be great to have some new rally roads to challenge myself, and the field. I never contested the South Canterbury event when it was part of the South Island rally series, but from the photos and videos I’ve seen, the stages look amazing,” Emma says.

She joins a huge 96-car entry list, with Australian co-driver Anthony McLoughlin, who will assist her in writing their own pace notes from scratch.

“It will be a big few days of recce as we only have one pass over the stages to write up our notes. Then we go back to the hotel and watch our video footage and check that we have made the right calls for every corner,” Emma says.

She and McLoughlin will be looking for a podium finish in the Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4 to ease the disappointment of a DNF at the previous round in Canterbury. The Suzuki’s front diff broke late in the day after contending with the treacherous, muddy conditions. It has been a quick turnaround making the necessary repairs over the three-week gap between rounds and Emma was thankful that both rounds have been South Island-based, cutting down on travel time.

The ceremonial start will be held on Friday at Timaru’s Caroline Bay Soundshell from 6pm. Then the rally gets underway from Timaru at 7.30am on Saturday and finishes back at Levels Raceway from 3.30pm onwards.

The service park at Fairlie is a good place to see Emma and Anthony between stages and watch the mechanics getting the Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4 ready for its next attack on the South Canterbury roads.

Emma would like to thank her sponsors Suzuki NZ, Vantage Windows and Doors, Gilmour Motors Suzuki, Koba Batteries, Rothbury Insurance Brokers, PPG Paint, Castrol, Hella, Uniform NZ, Provident, Interislander, NGK Spark Plugs, Custom Signs, Modena Race Gears, Pure Sports Nutrition and Webdesign for supporting the team.

Recent Results
PosDriverTotal 
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
PosDriverTotal 
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
PosDriverTotal 
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
PosDriverTotal 
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
2018 Points
PosNamePoints
1BelgiumThierry Neuville149
2FranceSébastien Ogier122
3EstoniaOtt Tänak79
4FinlandEsapekka Lappi70
5SpainDani Sordo60
6NorwayAndreas Mikkelsen56
7United KingdomElfyn Evans46
8United KingdomKris Meeke43
9FinlandJari-Matti Latvala37
10IrelandCraig Breen34
11NorwayMads Ostberg26
12New ZealandHayden Paddon22
13FranceSébastien Loeb15
14FranceBryan Bouffier4
15Czech RepublicJan Kopecký1
PosNamePoints
1Scott McLaughlin1775
2Shane Van Gisbergen1614
3David Reynolds1448
4Craig Lowndes1362
5Jamie Whincup1342
6Scott Pye1279
7Fabian Coulthard1229
8Rick Kelly1216
9Chaz Mostert1109
10James Courtney1104
11Tim Slade1097
12Nick Percat1078
13Garth Tander1068
14Mark Winterbottom1001
15Michael Caruso988
16Will Davison916
17Anton de Pasquale812
18Cameron Waters799
19Simona De Silvesta582
19Lee Holdsworth582
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandHayden Paddon118
2New ZealandJosh Marston85
3New ZealandBen Hunt80
4New ZealandNathan Quinn71
5New ZealandMatt Summerfield64
6New ZealandEmma Gilmour62
7New ZealandRaana Horan58
8New ZealandJohn Silcock55
9New ZealandDylan Thomson51
10New ZealandJack Williamson45
11New ZealandBrian Green37
12New ZealandDavid Taylor35
13New ZealandRegan Ross32
14New ZealandDave Strong25
15New ZealandGraham Featherstone24
16New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood23
17New ZealandAmy Keighley22
17New ZealandGreg Murphy22
19New ZealandDarren Galbraith20
20New ZealandWayne Pittams19
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandJosh Marston104
2New ZealandMatt Summerfield86
3New ZealandJohn Silcock66
4New ZealandMarcus Van Klink63
5New ZealandJeff Judd62
6New ZealandRichard Bateman55
7New ZealandDeane Buist51
8New ZealandSean Haggarty45
9New ZealandDylan Thomson41
10New ZealandRegan Ross40
10New ZealandPhil Collins40
12New ZealandGraham Ferguson36
12New ZealandDavid Quantock36
14New ZealandDylan Cameron32
15New ZealandStewart Thorp31
16New ZealandDarren Galbraith28
17New ZealandEric Clark27
17New ZealandMike Sheehan27
19New ZealandGaret Thomas24
20New ZealandDavid Taylor23
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandGrant Blackberry32
2New ZealandWarwick Redfern27
3New ZealandDylan Thomson23
4New ZealandAnthony Jones20
5New ZealandWayne Pittams18
6New ZealandAlex Gilmour16
7New ZealandPaul Fraser14
8New ZealandMatt Adams13
9New ZealandAmy Keighley12
10New ZealandDaniel Alexander11
11New ZealandBrynley Smith1
11New ZealandClinton Cunningham1
11New ZealandSteve Cox1
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandMark Kirk-Burnnand104
1New ZealandMartin Dippie104
3New ZealandMark McCaughan102
3New ZealandSteven Kirk-Burnnand102
5New ZealandMike Tubbs100
6New ZealandClark Proctor98
7New ZealandIvan Knauf94
7New ZealandCarl Kirk-Burnnand94
9New ZealandRory Callaway92
10AustraliaRobert Darrington90
10New ZealandNic De Waal90
12New ZealandRichard Gillies86
12New ZealandEddie Grooten86
12New ZealandHayden McKenzie86
15New ZealandDavid Rogers84
15New ZealandAndrew Oakley84
17New ZealandSimon Clark82
18New ZealandJoe Kouwenhoven81
19New ZealandIain Atkinson80
20New ZealandJeremy Friar79