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Australian Modern Tarmac Rally Championship

Entries now open for the 2011 Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally

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Entries into the 2011 asp Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally have officially opened. Registrations of Interest for the event began two weeks after the hugely successful 2010 event, and to date more than 60 teams have contacted organisers regarding entry to the 2011 rally, to be run on the 27th to the 29th of May.

Supaloc Dominates ASP Rally

Kevin Weeks / John Allen in flight at Mallala for the asp / Cut Price Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally (Photo: Phil Williams)

Supaloc Racing have dominated the ASP Adelaide Hills Rally, with the Lamborghini of Kevin Weeks and John Allen winning the event and the Mitsubishi EVO XIII of Andrew Burnard and Brian Virgo finishing second outright.

While Weeks’s win in the powerful Lamborghini met expectations, it was Burnard’s performance in the Supaloc Suspension and Damper (Supashock)-shod Evo that really raised eyebrows. Burnard was ecstatic with the Evo’s handling.

Provisional Results - asp / Cut Price Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally

asp/Cut Price Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally

Provisional results are now available for the asp / Cut Price Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally. The SARC component was a Subaru clean sweep, with the rally won by Simon & Tasman Orme in their Subaru WRX, followed by Russell Marker & Karien Heimsohn in their Group N WRX, and Michael & David Krichauff third in their WRX wagon.

More results will be added as they become available.

Winter Wonderland in the co drivers seat for 2010 Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally

asp/Cut Price Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally

The rally organising committee is extremely proud and excited to announce that Winter Wonderland Productions will be the 2010 asp/CutPrice Adelaide Hills Tarmac Rally official media partner. This is the first time in the event's history the organising committee has employed an external media supplier to cover the event.

This follows from Winter Wonderland’s successful coverage of last year's Classic Adelaide, with the company being one of many suppliers left in the lurch after the event’s collapse.

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