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Skoda Auto Starts Testing Fabia Super 2000

Skoda Fabia S2000

Skoda Auto has started testing the first prototype of the Skoda Fabia Super 2000 today. Designed to be used in the Super 2000 category, the vehicle is based on the second-generation Fabia and, in compliance with the FIA regulations, is equipped with a two-litre atmospheric four-cylinder petrol engine, a six-speed sequential transmission and a four-wheel drive system with three mechanical differentials.

Rally Forums A Step In The Right Direction


ARCom Chairman, Colin Trinder, today expressed how encouraged he has been by the reception from the Australian rally community and constructive feedback received from ARCom's consultative forums held during February.

He identified officials licencing, shortening lines of communication, reducing and simplifying bureaucracy, empowerment at the local and regional levels of the sport and fostering opportunities for diversity in grass roots motor sport as the key themes emerging from the forums.

Rallying & Officiating Firmly On CAMS' Radar


Following a number of recent comments in the media querying CAMS' position on rallying and its National Officiating Program (NOP), CAMS CEO Graham Fountain today reaffirmed the organisation's commitment to club level motor sport.

"CAMS fully appreciates a number of frustrations expressed by various members of the motor sport community with regard to rallying and officiating and we are currently progressing resolution to a number of these issues."

Tarrawatta Stages, our newest SARC round


The Walkerville All Cars Club presents the Tarrawatta Stages, Round 1 of the 2008 South Australian Rally Championship.

Held on the ANZAC day long weekend, April 25-27th, this exciting new event will be based around Murray Bridge, only 45 minutes East of Adelaide on the banks of the Murray River.

The fully pace-noted event will start from the Murray Bridge Racing Club and comprises of 8 Special Stages totaling over 120km of competitive driving.

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