canadian-rally News and Analysis
Subaru Canada announced their enhanced involvement in the future of the Canadian Rally Championship and revealed they wont field a works team in 2018.
Subaru Rally Team Canada made of Antoine L’Estage and Alan Ockwell captured a dominant victory at the 2017 Rally of the Tall Pines held this past weekend around the region of Bancroft, Ontario.
Subaru Canada works rally team made of Antoine L’Estage and Alan Ockwell captured victory at the Pacific Forest Rally held near Merrill, British Columbia.
Subaru Rally Team Canada’s Antoine L’Estage and Alan Ockwell won the Rallye Défi in Montpellier, Québec last weekend.
Brandon Semenuk and John Hall drove their Subaru Crosstrek to first place in round 2 of the Canadian Rally Championship, the Rocky Mountain Rally held in British Columbia.
‘Crazy Leo’ Urlichich made a winning return to competition last weekend, winning the opening round of the 2017 Canadian Rally Championship.
The long-standing Rally Perce Neige will kick-off a new and exciting season of the Canadian Rally Championship.
‘Crazy Leo’ Urlichich will make a return in the Canadian Rally Championship this season and he told Motorsport.com that he would compete in the Production class.
Subaru will continue its sponsorship of the Canadian Rally Championship and the marque’s leading rally team.
Canadian rally driver, “Crazy Leo” Urlichich will be back in action in February 2017, as he will contest the Rallye Perce-Neige in Maniwaki, Québec.
The Rallye Perce-Neige de Maniwaki will turn international in 2017, as it becomes the first round of the Canadian Rally Championship and the maiden round of the new American National Championship.
The Rally of the Tall Pines held near Bancroft, Ontario no longer marks the end of the season of the Canadian Rally Championship.
The American Rally Association announced that they will collaborate with the Canadian Rally Association for Round 1 of their inaugural season.
The Rallye Défi is held this weekend and there’s a lot of excitement and speculation at who will come out on top overall at the fourth round of the 2016 Canadian Rally Championship.
With eight national titles to his name, Antoine L’Estage is the undisputed king of rallying in Canada, and he is not finished racking up the wins.
Sylvain Vincent and his son Simon, of Terrebonne, Quebec, won the Rally of the Tall Pines, the final round of the 2015 Canadian Rally Championship.