The 2011 Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) moves to Longyou County of China’s Zhejiang Province for the season-ending stop from November 4-6, after intense competitions in Malaysia, Australia, New Caledonia, New Zealand and Japan.
FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship 2012
1. International Rally of Whangarei - New Zealand
2. Rallye de Nouvelle Caledonie
3. International Rally of Queensland - Australia
4. Malaysian Rally
5. Rally Hokkaido - Japan
6. China Rally
Australian Chris Atkinson is the first international driver to win the International Rally of Whangarei, taking victory in the two-day event by 12.4 seconds from Kiwi star Hayden Paddon. Masterton’s Richard Mason finished third overall.
The third round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship was held on the beautiful Pacific island of New Caledonia, however it proved to be no holiday for the drivers.
This week the Asia Pacific Rally Championship moves to the tropical island paradise of New Caledonia.
While the island is known more as a holiday destination, the Rally of New Caledonia is one of the island’s biggest sporting events and for the drivers its hot and hard work as most of the event takes place away from the beaches in an area known as Mont Creve Coeur, translating to "Heart Killing' in English.
A JAMES Bond movie stunt driver and an up-and-coming auto electrician stole the show with an enthralling finish to the International Rally of Queensland on the Sunshine Coast today.
Mark Higgins, a three-time British Rally Champion who was a stunt driver in the film Quantum of Solace, won round two of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship on his first attempt at the event.
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