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Heat 1 of the 2019 Make Smoking History Forest Rally
Molly Taylor talks about Heat 1 of the 2019 Make Smoking History Forest Rally.
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Date Published: 6 April 2019
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Molly Taylor talks about Heat 1 of the 2019 Make Smoking History Forest Rally.

The Orange Motorsport Engineering-prepared All-Wheel Drive Subaru WRX STI of Molly Taylor and co-driver Malcolm Read finished Heat 1 in fourth place after a modest start on last night's two quick Super Special Stage runs around Busselton's Barnard Park.

The Orange Motorsport Engineering-prepared All-Wheel Drive Subaru WRX STI of Molly Taylor and co-driver Malcolm Read finished Heat 1 in fourth place after a modest start on last night's two quick Super Special Stage runs around Busselton's Barnard Park.

Today, the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY racecar charged ahead as it made its global debut in Berlin. Founder and CEO of Formula E Alejandro Agag had the honour of marking this historical moment alongside Jaguar Racing as he drove the racecar around the iconic Tempelhof Circuit.

IV Gerd Mäuser, Chairman Jaguar Racing.

IV Alejandra Agag, Founder & CEO Formula E.

GVs Alejandro Agag drives eTROPHY around track in Berlin.

Alejandro Agag, Founder & CEO Formula E (In a eTROPHY Racecar.

A sixth place finish on Heat 2 of The Courier Eureka Rally in Ballarat, Victoria, today secured valuable points for Subaru do Motorsport team in the CAMS Australian Rally Championship 2018, despite a collision with a kangaroo denting progress.

The Molly Taylor and co-driver Malcolm Read Production Rally Car (PRC) class Subaru All-Wheel Drive turbocharged WRX STI, in the Les Walkden Rallying (LWR) service area during the rally in Ballarat.

Subaru do Motorsport Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes testing for the 2017 Forest Rally.

Time problems arose for Subaru do Motorsport's Production Rally Car (PRC) class All-Wheel Drive WRX STI on the day's equal shortest stage, SS3 Blackwood Ridge, when Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes got held up behind the struggling WRX STI of Brad Markovic.

Due to the dust, Markovic was unable to see Taylor and Hayes immediately behind – and unaware of their presence - costing the Subaru factory team valuable time.

But the real challenge for Subaru do arose on SS4, with front differential vibration indicating a possible gearbox issue, dropping them to 14th on stage and fifth overall. The pair actually stopped momentarily on stage to check the car was sufficiently sound to continue.

DAY ONE PLACINGS AFTER SS10 – PROVISIONAL RESULTS

1. BATES/McCARTHY, Toyota Corolla S2000, 1:13:50.2
2. QUINN/CALDER, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX, 1:14:05.0, +00:14.8
3. WINDUS/FISHER, Subaru Impreza WRX STI, 1:14:52.9, +01:02.7

7. TAYLOR/HAYES, Subaru WRX STI, 1:18:37.7, +04:47.5


Subaru do Motorsport's Production Rally Car (PRC) class All-Wheel Drive WRX STI on SS15 with Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes.

Time problems arose for Subaru do Motorsport's Production Rally Car (PRC) class All-Wheel Drive WRX STI on the day's equal shortest stage, SS3 Blackwood Ridge, when Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes got held up behind the struggling WRX STI of Brad Markovic. Due to the dust, Markovic was unable to see Taylor and Hayes immediately behind – and unaware of their presence - costing the Subaru factory team valuable time.

DAY ONE PLACINGS AFTER SS10 – PROVISIONAL RESULTS

1. BATES/McCARTHY, Toyota Corolla S2000, 1:13:50.2
2. QUINN/CALDER, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX, 1:14:05.0, +00:14.8
3. WINDUS/FISHER, Subaru Impreza WRX STI, 1:14:52.9, +01:02.7

7. TAYLOR/HAYES, Subaru WRX STI, 1:18:37.7, +04:47.5

CAMS AUSTRALIAN RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP CALENDAR 2017
Round 1 – Eureka Rally, Ballarat, 17-19 March
Round 2 – Make Smoking History Forest Rally, WA, 21-23 April
Round 3 - National Capital Rally, Canberra, 26-28 May
Round 4 – Lightforce Rally SA 15-17 September
Round 5 – Kennards Hire Rally Australia, Coffs Harbour, 16-19 November


Jaguar today takes the wraps off its new electric motorsport future, revealing its Formula E team's official name, vision, title sponsor, driver line-up and electric racing livery. From this October, Panasonic Jaguar Racing will compete in the third FIA Formula E season with the first all-electric Jaguar racing car in history: the I-TYPE 1. At the launch event at the Jaguar Collections Centre, the new I-TYPE 1 made a dramatic debut driven by the team's official reserve driver Ho-Pin Tung and outlining the brands commitment to 'Race To Innovate' – a mission to change the perception of electric vehicles, to develop new electric technology and to inspire future generations.

Kumho Tyre Australian Rally Championship®

Go behind the scenes with Suzuki's Todd Waters at the season opening round of the 2016 New Zealand senior motocross championship in Timaru.