STi swapped Subaru – The Slow Wagon

KANMANTOO , SOUTH AUSTRALIA.                  PHOTOS: ANDREW COLES.                   WORDS: ANDREW COLES. Product planners. No one, not even health and safety people, have been greater buzzkills to conversation of mythical car invention over the years. Coming in…

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Lightforce Rally SA 2016

The forest racers were back in our city last weekend, with the top Australian crews returning once again to the gravel roads of the Barossa and Mount Crawford Forest areas to do battle in round four of the Australian Rally Championship – Lightforce Rally SA. Claiming outright victory in another…

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asp Southern Rally 2015 – SARC Round 1

Guy Tyler and Steve Fisher have christened their newly acquired Mitsubishi Evo 5 in the best possible way, winning their first outing in the car by taking out overall honors at the 2015 asp Southern Rally, round one of the South Australian Rally Championship. Held on a unique mix of…

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Possum’s Legacy

Ever since the early nineties, the colors of WRC blue and fluro yellow have been inextricably linked to the brand with the pointed stars. 555 cigarette sponsorship and the money it brought hit just as the world rally car formula was taking off, and the subsequent dogfight with the opposing…

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Rally Rides for a Reason

Co-driving in a proper gravel rally car is a whole lot of fun but it’s not always the easiest seat in the house to get. There’s plenty of rides to be had if you’re good enough but you’ve gotta work your way up from the bottom over many seasons, and…

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Rally Wattle Range 2013 – SARC Round 1

James Rodda and Dave Langfield have won Rally Wattle Range, the first round of the South Australian Rally Championship held recently on April 26-27 in the South East region of South Australia. In a tough event where simply finishing was an achievement in itself, Rodda came through to claim his…

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OZGymkhana series – Gymkhana1

It takes a dedicated group of individuals to organise a motorsport event, and a lot more goes on behind the scenes than any spectator or competitor usually realises. What’s even more amazing is when a group of volunteers decide to run a completely new type of event that’s never been…

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Lunch at Yea – Tarmac Rally STI

So there we were having lunch in the small country Victorian town of Yea (cue 50cent) when what pulls in to a parking space in the town park? A full tarmac rally prepped STI. Well it wasn’t quite as serendipitous as it sounds – we were on our way back…

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