2018 Round 5 - Bathurst Rally

The fifth round of the MTA NSW Rally Championship was the Bathurst Rally, held at the Sunny Corner Forests near Bathurst in NSW on Saturday 22nd September.

The rally HQ, ceremonial start and servicing took place at the Jack Arrow Complex, in Bathurst with the first car starting at 10:00am.

This year the rally was a blind road book event with one stage on shire roads and three forest stages repeated twice.

The first stage of the event featured the iconic Mt Horrible shire roads. The event then moved to the traditional forest roads in the area.

The Bathurst Rally also included an All Comers section, which was a short, easy, no-fuss event of approx. 50km competitive over the three forest stages.

MTA NSW congratulations all the teams and the top 3 results:

Provisional results:

1. Glenn Brinkman and Harvey Smith - Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 9

2. JJ Hatton / Nathan Long - Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 9

3. Tim Wilkins / Jim Gleeson - Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 7

If you missed all the Round 5 action, view the rally footage here:


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