FIA Pacific Cup for 2015 has been decided, the winners being Pontus Tidemand and Emil Axelsson driving a Skoda Fabia S2000 for Team MRF.
Team MRF’s Pontus Tidemand has increased his lead in the 2015 Asia-Pacific Rally Championship after a convincing victory in the International Rally of Queensland.
After a close weekend-long battle, Pontus Tidemand of Sweden has emerged victorious at the International Rally of Queensland, the third round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) held this weekend around Australia’s Sunshine Coast. Tidemand, piloting a Team MRF Skoda Fabia S2000, fought with his team-mate Gaurav Gill all weekend with the duo creating… read more
Gaurav Gill of India has emerged as the rally leader in slippery conditions after completing 10 special stages on a sunny day one at the International Rally of Queensland, the third round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) held this weekend around Sunshine Coast.
The fourth round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC), the International Rally of Queensland, is set to get away tomorrow after torrential downpours earlier in the week causing road conditions to dramatically change and posing an added challenge to drivers.
The Team MRF pairing of Gaurav Gill and Pountus Tidemand will be fighting for victory in this weekend’s Rally of Queensland.
The most experienced field in years, including a world champion driver from Sweden and representatives from seven other countries, will fight for victory in the International Rally of Queensland (IROQ) on the Sunshine Coast on 19-21 June.
Rally Guide 2 is now available online at www.rallyqueensland.com.au