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Ole Christian Veilby win in Johor
PRESS RELEASE | 13 AUGUST 2017



On his first attempt rallying in the Far East and his first rally after the massive crash in Finland 2 weeks ago, Ole defeated the odds to comfortably win the rally by 4 minutes ahead of teammate Gaurav Gill. With the win Ole further extends to his lead in the championship points table.

6 stages made up leg 2 of the rally covering a total of 77km. The stages were damp and slightly muddy. Although the overcast sky threaten for a massive down but the rain held on till the end of the rally. In other words, perfect condition for rallying in Malaysia.

After the problem he had yesterday Gaurav Gill drove his MRF Skoda Fabia R5 like he stole it. He battled all day to take 2nd spot from Jari Ketomaa all day and finally took the 2nd spot on the last stage SS14 by a mere 18 second. MORE >>>


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APRC International Rally of Johor - Podium Finish Ceremony
13 AUGUST 2017

APRC International Rally of Johor - Leg 2
13 AUGUST 2017

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2017 International Rally of Johor. Ceremonial Start and Super Special Stage (SS1) Highlight

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APRC practice session
PRESS RELEASE | 9 AUGUST 2017
5 APRC drivers took part in the practice session this morning at the Tai Tak plantations. The drivers Gaurav Gill, Ole Chritian Vieby, Jari Ketoma, Mike Young and Yuya Sumiyama all took to the 2km wet and damp stage. Heavy overnight rain made it slippery but it didn¡¯t stop the drivers from driving the rally cars at competition speed. Driver¡¯s quotes right after their practice runs. MORE >>>


APRC returns to Malaysia
MALAYMAILONLINE.COM | 23 JULY 20117
KOTA TINGGI, July 23 ¡ª The palm oil estates around Kota Tinggi will come alive with the roar of high-speed rally cars in August this year. Malaysia will play host to the third round of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) which will be held on August 11-13. Johor, the southern gateway and third-largest state in Peninsula Malaysia, is the keeper of many national and natural treasures untold. It is a delightful mixture of the traditional and modern; and its natural and ultra-modern urban jungles has been the event venue since 2003. MORE >>


Launching of New Logo and Name of Malaysian Rally
Subang ¨C Thursday 25th May 2017. Rally organisers, Wheel Sport Management Sdn. Bhd. today unveiled the new name and logo of the ¡°Malaysian Rally 2017¡±. The ceremony was attended and officiated by Y.A.M Tunku Idris Iskandar Al-Haj ibni Sultan Ibrahim, the Tunku Temenggong of Johor who is the Patron of the Event. Also in attendance were Dato¡¯ (Dr.) Siew Ka Wei, Chairman of Wheel Sport Management Sdn. Bhd., director Y.M. Dato¡¯ Paduka Tengku Shaharin Abu Bakar Tengku Suleiman who is also the Clerk of the Course for Malaysian Rally 2017 and Managing Director, Datin Paduka Raja Nor Mazli Tun Raja Mohar. MORE >>>


SS LAYOUT


SS 1 / 8
JOHOR CIRCUIT (2.64 Kms)
SS 2 / 5
TAI TAK - NURSERY HQ (31.67 Kms
SS 3 / 6
TAI TAK - PIPELINE (25.956 Kms)
SS 4 / 7
TAI TAK - FISH FOND (19.90 Kms)
SS 9 / 12
TAI TAK - COURT HOUSE (11.98 Kms)
SS 10 / 13
TAI TAK - LUKUT (12.21 Kms)
SS 11 / 14
TAI TAK - MAWAI (13.93 Kms)




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