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In an exciting development for the Australian Rally Championship, Pure Motorsport will broadcast the Sprint Auto Parts Rally SA, final round of this year’s Australian Rally Championship, live at

Staged in the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills, the Sprint Auto Parts Rally SA is set to be a thriller, and Pure Motorsport will be there to capture all the action. The team at Pure Motorsport have been hard at work finalising preparations for the event, and are now able to confirm details of one of the most extensive online broadcasts ever undertaken for worldwide rallying.

All set for SA showdown

Neal Bates and Coral Taylor believe their NBM Corolla S2000 can take them to back-to-back titles this weekend in South Australia

Defending Australian Rally Champions, Neal Bates and Coral Taylor, will go all out this weekend to secure back-to-back titles in the final rally of what has been one of the closest contested seasons in recent memory.

The four-time National Champions are a mere eight points behind series leaders and former team-mates, Simon and Sue Evans.

Bates had a constructive test on Friday near the team's base in Canberra and believes he and Taylor can do enough to claim a fifth Australian Rally Championship crown.

Corporate Hospitality Packages for Rally of South Australia

Sprint Auto Parts Rally SA Logo 2009

The nation's most popular and spectator-friendly round of the Australian Rally Championship returns to South Australia's Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills and Mount Crawford Forest regions from Friday 31st July through to Sunday 2nd August 2009. It’s the last round of the Australian Rally Championship, so competition for points will be fierce. Already one of the most challenging rounds of the Championship, further innovations at the Angaston Super Special Stage and others, will ensure the 2009 Sprint Auto Parts Rally
SA delivers plenty of great rally action.

Round 2 Walky Park rally sprint

Here's a little bit of video footage I took from Round 2 of the Walky Park Trophy Day Series.
We had a field of nearly 30 cars and the conditions were excellent. It's also great to see a good number of junior guys and girls taking part. Makes for a fantastic venue to learn how to drive even before they are old enough to get their road license. The best bit is each and everyone one of the kids you can see are getting better every time they come out. That can only be a good thing for not just our sport but also for road use in general.

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