The decade of WA Rally 2010 – 2019

Cars lined up for the start of the 2019 WA Rally season

At the end of every year we do look back at the season however this time I’m going to look back on the whole decade. The last time I did one of these I typed it all out which just goes to show how much has changed in 10 years. So let’s have a look…

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2019 Kirup Stages Rally – Getting Down and Dirty

Glenn Alcorn/Lee Tierney on the 2019 Kirup Stages Rally

The Wheels on Yirrigan 2019 Kirup Stages Rally, round four for the WA State Rally Championship. At the first three rallies this year there was dust, dust and more dust. At the end of the last state championship event (2019 Safari Rally), I said hopefully we’ll get some rain. Well yeah we got some and…

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Mud & Muddier – 2016 Kirup Stages Rally

Kirup Stages rally 2016 In the last couple of years the Lewana Stages rally has been extremely wet and muddy. The conditions  presented a decent challenge for competitors, organisers and officials. For this year’s championship the Ascot Motor Club opted to change the date to September. In the process they also renamed the rally to…

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Experts Cup Rally 2016

On the first weekend in July we took the trek to the coal mining town of Collie, approx 200km southwest of Perth for the Experts Cup rally. The rally uses stages very close to the irrigation only Wellington Dam which is fed by the Collie River. Those same areas are also used by the Forestry…

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2016 Quit Forest Rally Heat 1

Over the last few weeks we have been extremely busy preparing for the start of the 2016 rally season. The first rally of the year, the Quit Forest Rally is the biggest event on the WA calendar, comprising of three days of competition over 220km of special stages on both gravel and tarmac. The cars…

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2015 Rally Awards Night

The 2015 RallyWA presentation night was held in late January on what would normally have been a warm evening. Due to some unusually wet weather, the open air function was moved inside at the Royal Perth Yacht Club. 140+ WA rally people got together to celebrate what proved to be a roller coaster of a…

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