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Cusco aims for fourth Asia Cup title
29 Jul 2014 - Brian Young - APSM

Yuya Sumiyama from Japan driving a Cusco Subaru Impreza heads a new line-up of drivers that will join the Asia Pacific Rally Championship in Malaysia, all competing for the Asia Cup.

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Broadcast schedules for APRC Rally Queensland
28 Jul 2014 - Brian Young - APRC TV

This week TV networks in Asia, Australia and Europe will broadcast Episode 3, Rally Queensland.

Following are the prime-time broadcasts, there are others off-peak, please check local schedules.

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Hasegawa aims for APRC Asia Cup
25 Jul 2014 - Brian Young - APSM

Tomohide Hasegawa is back to take up the Asia Cup challenge and this year the Japanese driver has teamed up with multiple Japanese rally champion Fumio Nutahara. “This year I definitely must win the Asia Cup title, it will be my 5th attempt and we’ve come close on a few occasions – this is my year!”

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Read heads to Europe and WRC
24 Jul 2014 - Brian Young - APSM

APRC co-driver Malcolm Read heads to Europe today where the New Zealander will work with Hayden Paddon's WRC Hyundai team starting with Rally Finland. In between WRC events, Read will return to the APRC to continue co-driving with Mike Young Motorsport and the Cusco team.

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Flying the flag for Sri Lanka in the APRC Asia Cup
22 Jul 2014 - Team Release

Dinesh Deheragoda Sri Lankan driver Dinesh Deheragoda entered a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 at last year’s Thailand Rally to gain experience of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship, finishing the event in 4th place after some initial mechanical issues. Earlier this month team owners EZY Motor Racing Corporation confirmed Deheragoda would enter the 2014 Asia Cup starting at next month’s Malaysian Rally. This the team’s press release following the announcement. .

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Pedder regains third spot in drivers championship
26 Jun 2014 - Team Release

By finishing second of the APRC registered drivers at Rally Queensland, Australian driver Mark Pedder and co-driver Claire Dowling have regained third place in the Asia Pacific Rally Championship drivers points.

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Wilde first in 2WD at home event
25 Jun 2014 - Team Release

Australian driver Tom Wilde finished 4th of the APRC registered drivers and first APRC 2WD at the International Rally of Queensland (IROQ) but like most drivers it wasn't without its dramas.

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Young maintains strong championship position
23 Jun 2014 - Team Release - Alana McIsaac

New Zealand rally driver, Michael Young, had a successful weekend at the International Rally of Queensland, doubling as the third round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC), where he stuck to his promise of securing points for his championship campaign.

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Dramatic rally brings unexpected outcomes
22 Jun 2014 - Alana McIsaac - APRCtv

The third round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) held in Australia at the International Rally of Queensland, got off to a dramatic start on day one with many crews succumbing to a multitude of problems including Gaurav Gill’s shock retirement with team-mate Jan Kopecký taking the overall rally win on day two.

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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.