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Hybrid Rallying in China
18 Nov 2014 - Brian Young - APRCtv

At one end of the Parc Ferme at the APRC China Rally a row of eight rally cars were parked, all cabled to a nearby power-pole. This is the BYD team and the first car manufacturer to enter international rallying used a ‘Hybrid’ powered car on such a large scale.

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APRC Thailand Rally cancelled
18 Nov 2014 - APRC statement

The APRC regrets to advise that the FIA APRC Rally of Thailand , round 4 of the 2014 Asia Cup has been cancelled, less than 3 weeks away from the scheduled date of 5-7th December. In a statement issued by the organisers they state,” We are very sorry to inform you the Minister of sport and Tourism of Thailand has not approved the budget to run our event’.

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Disappointment for MIT in China, but looking ahead to 2015
15 Nov 2014 - Team Release - Ming Ko

Taiwan based team, MIT Motorsport, took on a tough challenge competing in the Asia Pacific Rally Championship in Long You China this past weekend. With female driver Shen Hui-Lan and Co driver Chen Yi-Wen tackling the muddy stages of Long You, this was a completely new experience for both of them.

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Czech mate as Team MRF complete the perfect season
11 Nov 2014 - Team Release - Peter Whitten

Team MRF have finished off the perfect Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) season by claiming victory in the Longyou China Rally – the sixth successive event win in a row for the team.

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Triple Treat for Young and Read
11 Nov 2014 - Team Release - Alana McIsaac

Mike Young, New Zealand’s only competitor in the 2014 Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC), finished second in the APRC overall drivers’ championship and simultaneously wrapped up the prestigious Production Cup title after finishing third overall at the China Rally, held in Longyou over the weekend.

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Victory for Kopecky in China, Sumiyama wins Asia Cup
9 Nov 2014 - Brian Young - Asia Pacific Sports Media

Jan Kopecký driving an MRF Skoda Fabia S2000 convincingly won the China Rally reinforcing his and Skoda’s dominance of the series in 2014.

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Dramatic First day of China Rally
9 Nov 2014 - Brian Young, Asia Pacific Sports Media.

After yesterday’s spectacular start ceremony followed shortly after by a SS1, a 2 kilometre special stage in front of thousands of spectators, today’s China Rally was full of drama from the first stage this morning.

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China debut for Young amidst APRC title fight
6 Nov 2014 - Team Release - Alana McIsaac

Kiwi rallying duo, Michael Young and Malcolm Read, are set to tackle the difficult Chinese roads in their pursuit for a third 2014 Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) title this weekend at Rally China.

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Team MRF aiming for perfect APRC finish
5 Nov 2014 - Team Release- Peter Whitten

Team MRF will be hoping to complete the perfect season at this weekend’s China Rally Longyou when they aim for their sixth win from six starts in the 2014 Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC). With Czech driver, Jan Kopecky, clinching the 2014 APRC driver’s crown at the previous round, he and team-mate, Gaurav Gill (India), will be going head-to-head for victory in the Team MRF Skoda Fabia S2000s.

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WHAT IS THE APRC

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.