Singh takes 2002 Production World Rally Championship

November 4, 2002

Karamjit Singh made history today by becoming the first Malaysian driver to be crowned Production Car World Rally Champion*.

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Karamjit Retains Asia-Pacific Title in China

October 21, 2002

Karamjit Singh is now free to focus on his final-round bid for the world rally championship Production Class crown after securing a consecutive Asia-Pacific title with a commanding win on the China Rally.

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Kiwis Storm on Wet China Rally

October 20, 2002

While Group A Proton driver Karamjit Singh consolidated his China Rally lead over today’s rain-soaked second leg, New Zealand drivers Stu Warren and Reece Jones piled on the pressure in a bid to topple second-placed Nico Caldarola from his position at the head of the Group N Asia-Pacific Rally Championship field.

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Rally Hokkaido Impressions

September 13, 2002

Forget pre-conceived notions of crowded Japan; Rally Hokkaido is a rural and forestry affair, run on an island which while Japans second largest in terms of size is home to just 5% of the countries population.

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Bourne Relieved to Celebrate Hokkaido Win

September 8, 2002

A heart-stopping moment over an unexpected jump on the final special stage didn’t prevent Possum Bourne from scoring an historic triumph for Subaru on Japan’s first international championship rally, the 2002 Rally Hokkaido.

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Karamjit Singh Wins

June 2, 2002

A dream run for Malaysian Karamjit Singh in his Proton PERT has put him back in contention for the APRC title taking a maximum 19 points for the 2002 Rally of New Caledonia, although Nico Caldarola remains championship leader after another good drive.

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