Rally Australia 1994

Rally Australia 1994 Is a round of the following championships: FIA World Cup for 2-Litre Cars - Rd 5 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship for drivers and manufacturers - Rd 4 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship Drivers Cup for 2 litre cars - Rd ...

Rally Australia 1994

Rally Australia 1994

Is a round of the following championships:

FIA World Cup for 2-Litre Cars - Rd 5 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship for drivers and manufacturers - Rd 4 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship Drivers Cup for 2 litre cars - Rd 4 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship Ladies Cup - Rd 4 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship Co-Drivers Cup - Rd 4 Tasman Cup Series - Rd 2 Australian Rally Championship - Rd 14 (Co-efficient 20) Daihatsu Challenge - Rd 14

Official Entry List (care of Australian Rallysport News)

 1 Kankkunen/Grist Toyota Celica GT4 2 McRae/Ringer Subaru Impreza 555 3 Eriksson/Parmander Mitsubishi Lancer E2 4 Burns/Reid Subaru Impreza 555 5 Dunkerton/Gocentas Mitsubishi Lancer E2 6 Bourne/Sircombe Subaru Impreza 555 7 Sibera/Gross Skoda Favorit 8 de Mevius/Lux Opel Astra GSi 9 Triner/Klima Skoda Favorit 10 Head/Beasant Honda Civic 11 Ordynski/Stacey Mitsubishi Lancer E2 12 Bates/Taylor Toyota Celica GT4 13 Kamioka/Stewart Subaru Impreza 555 14 Guest/Green Mitsubishi Lancer RS 15 Hoy/Bennett Mitsubishi Lancer RS 16 Lieu/Lim Mitsubishi Lancer RS 17 Challis/VanderStratten Mitsubishi Galant VR4 18 Officer/Officer Mitsubishi Lancer RS 19 Maeshima/Gormley Subaru Impreza 555 20 Hardianto/Sarwano Subaru Impreza 555 21 Singh/Teoh Proton Wira 4WD 22 Tajima/Runnalls Suzuki Swift Gti 23 Macara/Hatley Mitsubishi Galant VR4 24 Hutomo/Baskaro Subaru Impreza 555 25 McGroarty/McGowan Mitsubishi Lancer RS 26 McCarthy/Randell Subaru Legacy RS 27 Carr/Oh Suzuki Swift GTi 28 Nicoli/Hynes Daihatsu Charade GTi 29 Douglas/Handley Hyundai Lantra 30 Stallard/Jesse Honda Civic 31 Bell/Boddy Hyundai Lantra 32 Griffith/Smith Subaru Impreza WRX 33 Dunlop/Dunlop Mitsubishi Lancer RS 34 Dines/Helm Mitsubishi Galant VR4 35 Gading/Latu Subaru Legacy RS 36 Neale/Jaffey Mitsubishi Galant VR4 37 Hynes/Macneall Daihatsu Charade Gti 38 Minamino/Tagg Toyota Corolla Levin 39 Middleton/Long Daihatsu Charade Gti 40 Palmer/Harwood Suzuki Swift Gti 41 Tighe/Michel Daihatsu Charade Gti 42 West/Best Suzuki Swift Gti 43 Seward/Syson Vauxall Astra GTE 44 Barham/Rigby Toyota Corolla GT 45 MacKenzie/Percival Daihatsu Charade Gti 46 Nahr/Conner  Mitsubishi Galant VR4 47 Sosa/Maddalena Mitsubishi Galant VR4 48 Farrell/Close Mitsubishi Galant VR4 49 Tuckett/Percival Suzuki Swift GTi 50 Kao/Liu Honda Civic 51 Pinker/Parker Daihatsu Charade Gti 52 McNay/McNay Toyota Celica GT 53 Sadayama/Young Mitsubishi Galant VR4 54 Herridge/Carlton Hyundai Lantra 55 Knox/McCollough Daihatsu Charade Gti 56 Whyatt/Caldicott Mitsubishi Galant VR4 57 Aldjurfir/Mussry Mitsubishi Lancer RS 58 Hedgeland/Hedgeland Mazda Familia 59 Nakamura/Yamakawa Honda Civic 60 Wright/Graham Daihatsu Charade GTi 61 Harris/Madlener Hyundai Lantra 62 Richardson/Harkins Hyundai Lantra 63 Kuraoka/Sugiura Mitsubishi Galant VR4 64 Stone/Butcher Daihatsu Charade GTi 65 Draper/Hobrough Suzuki Swift Gti 66 Fullerton/Reddiex Hyundai Lantra 67 Collins/Gigney Honda Civic 68 Malloy/Massie-Taylor Subaru Legacy 69 Upton/Laidlay Daihatsu Charade GTi 70 Horton/Hyland Hyundai Lantra 16v 71 Lingford/Dowling Mazda Familia 72 Ledwoch/Horo Daihatsu Charade 73 West/Thorpe Mitsubishi Galant VR4 74 Martino/Calyun Honda Civic 75 Morgan/Rasmussen Honda Civic 76 Wysocki/Thompson Toyota Corolla 

Thats It (PHEW!!)

any questions ask me

future posts to come include driver profiles and results in the next few days

Until then happy Rallying

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