Rally Australia could have been one of the fastest gravel rallies of the season. The 2019 event had to be cancelled because of raging bushfires. This route preview is retained for future reference. Rally Australia was first introduced to the WRC in 1989. It became soon known for its Langley Park twin-car super special and […]
Read More Route Preview: Rally Australia 2019
Rally Australia – the second fastest gravel rally of the season – has performed a major route update for this year. There are many new stage titles but none of the stages are completely new. Most of it is recycled from the past years, often reversed from last year. Let’s take a closer look. Thursday […]
Read More Route Preview: Rally Australia 2018
The fastest stage of the rally was Sherwood II with Mikkelsen’s winning average speed of 126.3 km/h. Onboard videos show there were some chicanes so it was a very fast road for this rally, where the average speeds are typically between 110-115 km/h on the forest stages. The crucial stage was expected to be the […]
Read More Rally Australia 2017 post-event Review
Some of the stages on Rally Australia 2017 have sections that are run twice, but in opposite directions. This is quite uncommon in rallying and especially WRC.
Read More Reversed stages in Rally Australia 2017