Category Archives: Rally Journal
Rally Australia – Back To The Future – Part 2014
A recap of the Rally Australia WRC Round from 2014 as the 2015 approaches. Will Ogier win his 3rd title in a row or will he have to wait till he reaches home soil in France next month, time will tell.
Australia does WRC – TWO – Scott Pedder’s WRC dream becomes a reality
Scott Pedder and Dale Moscatt of Australian Rally Championship fame have made their debut together in the World Rally Championship. Competing in a Ford Fiesta R5 prepared by RMC Motorsport, Scott and Dale recently tackled the newly formatted Rally de Portugal, here are just some of my images of
What to take … What not to take … take all the gear? and a few other tips
In less than a week I leave for 3 months away from home, as I write this I have already left home and am in Canberra, from here I fly to Europe for 31 days, I then fly back to Australia to Brisbane for a week of the ARC, from there I fly back to Europe for 45 days and then I finally fly home to
WRC Rally Australia
In September last year the WRC Road train made its way back to Australia for the Coates Hire Rally Australia round of the Championship. Nigel, Matt, Andre from @World Agency and myself were the pieces of the puzzle that made up our team for this event, together we produced arguably the most
QUIT Forest Rally, let the ARC train begin
A few weeks ago the first round of the ARC was held in Western Australia, this was the –th running of the QUIT Forest Rally and my 6th year in a row covering the event with South Australia being the only event I have covered more (8). It is well known that this is my favourite round and by
WRC Rallye de Espana aka WRC Spain
Finally WRC Spain aka Rallye de Espana. After a long year my final WRC even came and went, I was lucky enough to cover WRC Argentina, WRC Italy, WRC Australia, WRC France and finally WRC Spain, for me this was probably one of my favourites all year, I cant quite put a finger on why but it just was,
Ken Block testing
Salou, Spain > WRC, Spain I made it to Spain, not without dramas though. As most people know I tend to travel with a lot of gear, you can see what I managed to take with my on my last trip here, so far I haven’t really had any issues, from Argentina to Portugal to Italy and even within
2015, and it continues, and well … Iceland here we come
The world is my oyster for 2015, so much traveling, so many new places, so many new faces, it is going to be one hell of a ride, so stick to behindvm for updates on all my adventures, with a trip to Iceland rounding out the year.
day 18 – The weird and wonderful sights and sounds of Munich
My time in the Alps was almost up and I was heading north into Germany through Munich and in to a town called Dombuhl where I was staying for a couple of days. I must say of all the places I had to leave so far I was a little sad to leave Abtenau, it is a beautiful part of Austria and the world, we
Interview: Meet the WRC Photographer
Recently New Zealand based rally website ‘A little bit Sideways’ interviewed me on my travels as a WRC Photographer. How did you get involved with WRC duo Hayden Paddon and John Kennard? I had seen Hayden competing in Australia a few times. I think the big moment was when he won the
Toyota to re-enter the World Rally Championship
It was announced earlier today that Toyota as a Manufacturer would re-enter the World Rally Championship in 2017. Toyota has a rich history in the WRC, Toyota won four drivers’ and three manufacturers’ world titles in the 1990s with legendary drivers such as Carlos Sainz and Juha Kankkunen. The
Day 11 – Luzern to Innsbruck via the Grimselpass
Luzern, Switzerland > Grimselpass, Switzerland > Innsbruck, Austria After an amazing day in Grindelwald I was excited to be heading to Innsbruck, I planned 4 nights there which meant I had 3 full days to explore the area.
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