Kremer Takes Double Title

December 8, 2003

German driver Armin Kremer has clinched both the overall and Production Class honours in the 2004 Asia Pacific Rally Championship, by finishing 2nd overall in the MRF India Rally, driving a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7.


Singh back in the lead – MRF Rally India

December 7, 2003

Malaysian Karamjit Singh surged back into the lead of the MRF India Rally on Leg 2 with a 90 second gap to second place Armin Kremer from Germany.


Day 1 At The Races – MRF India Rally

December 6, 2003

With Nutahara out, Argyle with suspension and then engine problems, Singh suffering a puncture while leading, it was German driver Armin Kremer who took the days honours – a maximum three points from the first leg of the MRF India Rally to overhaul standings leader Geof Argyle.


Singh Wins in Thailand

November 2, 2003

Defending champion Karamjit Singh has taken a solid win on the penultimate round of the Asia-Pacific Championship in Thailand, and so remains in contention to retain the series crown for another year.


Argyle leads Asia Pacific Rally Championship

September 17, 2003

New Zealand driver Geof Argyle now leads the Asia Pacific Rally Championship, by finishing 2nd overall in the Japan round, Rally Hokkaido.


China Rally Cancelled

August 23, 2003

The Rally of China organisers have announced that due to “force majure because of government” the event will not take place in 2003.