Young takes lead in Production Cup
30 Sep 2014 - Team Release - Alana McIsaac

New Zealand rally driver, Michael Young, managed to wrap up the 2014 two-wheel-drive Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) title plus take the lead in the production cup title at the penultimate APRC round held in Japan over the weekend.


Kopecky takes title with win in Japan
29 Sep 2014 - Brian Young - APSM

MRF Skoda driver Jan Kopecky has the won the Rally of Hokkaido and at the same time becomes the 2014 Asia Pacific Rally Champion, with one round to spare.


Kopecky leads in Japan, Gill Crashes
28 Sep 2014 - Brian Young

Current European champion Jan Kopecky leads APRC Rally Hokkaido at the end of day one. Kopecky’s team-mate Gaurav Gill led the event after seven stages and the first service, but then crashed heavily on the very next stage Yam Waka.With Gill’s retirement Kopecky took over the lead and finished the day, 25 seconds ahead of Japan’s Toshi Arai.


Takale aiming for Production Cup win in Hokkaido
26 Sep 2014 - Team Release - Brian Young

After an incident filled event in Malaysia, India’s Sanjay Takale is hoping for a smoother time at Japan’s Rally Hokkaido. It should be, as it’s his Japanese team Cusco Racing’s home event and for Takale too its familar territory having competed in Hokkaido twice before.


Cusco Team on track for Class Titles
25 Sep 2014 - Brian Young - APSM

Japan is the home of Cusco Racing and therefore Rally Hokkaido is a very important event for the team. After running two cars in the fully Asia-Pacific championship for Sanjay Takale from India and Mike Young from New Zealand, at Hokkaido Cusco will have four cars.


ŠKODA can seal APRC Manufacturers Title in Japan
25 Sep 2014 - ŠKODA Release

ŠKODA continues its relentless pursuit of the title in the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) at the Rally Hokkaido. Championship leader Jan Kopecký (CZ) and defending champion Gaurav Gill (IND) head to the penultimate round of the season, in Japan this weekend, on the back of four wins from the first four races.


Young Chasing three titles in APRC
25 Sep 2014 - Team Release - Alana McIsaac

The Asia Pacific Rally Championship’s (APRC) only New Zealand driver, Michael Young, is chasing down valuable APRC points in Japan this weekend, as he aims to claim three championship titles at the penultimate round in Hokkaido.


Team MRF drivers battle for supremacy
24 Sep 2014 - Tam Release - Peter Whitten

Team MRF are back in action this weekend for round five of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship in Japan.With just eight points separating Team MRF drivers Jan Kopecky (Czech Republic) and Gaurav Gill (India) heading into Rally Hokkaido, there’s still everything to play for.


Showdown in Hokkaido
22 Sep 2014 - Brian Young -

Rally Hokkaido has always been a pivotal event in the Asia-Pacific championship and it’s no different this year with the drivers’ title race still wide open. Czech driver Jan Kopecký may lead on 112 points, but only by a mere eight points from his MRF Skoda team-mate Gaurav Gill. Behind the leading duo, several other drivers are still in with a chance for the championship, especially with 39 points on offer for each of the remaining two driver’s title events in Japan and China.


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The Asia Pacific Rally Championship is an official F.I.A. championship that is held in  a diverse range of countries, climates, cultures and with a huge population base of over 2.5 billion people.

In 2013 seven events make-up the championship starting in New Zealand, New Caledonia, Australia and then onto Asia - Malaysia, Japan, China and Thailand.  Teams and drivers from India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand are entered driving the latest rally cars from Skoda, Citroen, Proton, Mitsubishi, Subaru and Toyota.

From beautiful south-sea island sunsets to the rugged bamboo covered mountains in northern China this rally championship has it all.

APRC.TV Ltd has been the official television producer for the championship since  1999 and in 2012, 517 million TV viewers in 196 countries watched coverage of the APRC.