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Local Hero Gill starts India Rally as Champion
2 Dec 2016 - Event Preview - Brian Young APSM.tv

Local hero Gaurav Gill may have already won the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship’s drivers title for 2016 but he badly wants to win his home event in India in front of his home crowd and to make it a clean sweep of wins for the year.

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Double podium finish for Takale in Malaysia
31 Oct 2016 - Team release - Alana McIsaac

Indian rally driver Sanjay Takale has managed to claim two podium finishes in a career best finish at the Malaysian Rally, doubling as the fifth round of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) and the third round of the Malaysian Rally Championship (MRC) held this weekend in Johor Bahru.

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Malaysian Rally bites Kiwi duo
31 Oct 2016 - Team release - Alana McIsaac

While in third overall at the fifth round of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) held in Malaysia this weekend, Kiwi driver Mike Young’s weekend ended in disappointment as he slipped into a ditch and was forced to retire after the car couldn’t be freed.

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Dominant performance results in early APRC championship title
30 Oct 2016 - Alana McIsaac - APRCtv

Gaurav Gill dominated the fifth round of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) held at the Malaysian Rally this weekend in his Team MRF Skoda Fabia R5, after winning the event with a commanding margin and also claiming the overall APRC drivers’ championship a round early.

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Gill edges closer to APRC title
30 Oct 2016 - Alana McIsaac - APRCtv

Gaurav Gill has managed to extend his FIA Asia Pacific Championship (APRC) lead further at the first day of the Malaysian Rally, after dominating the time sheets and the subsequent retirement of his closest rival and team-mate Fabian Kreim.

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Outright speed not the key in Malaysia
28 Oct 2016 - Alana McIsaac

Rally crews from eight countries around the world are getting ready to tackle the fifth round of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) this weekend at the Malaysian Rally, held in Johor Bahru, which is already promising to be the most challenging event of the year.

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Experience will allow Takale to push in Malaysia
27 Oct 2016 - Team release - Alana McIsaac

Indian rally driver Sanjay Takale feels right at home on Malaysian Roads, so the experienced driver is confident of a good result at the fifth round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) held this weekend in Johor Bahru.

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Young embraces challenge of the “toughest APRC rally”
27 Oct 2016 - Team release - Alana McIsaac

International Kiwi rally driver Mike Young is set to tackle the fifth round of the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) this weekend in Malaysia, as he continues to aim for the top in the overall APRC drivers’ championship.

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Team MRF drivers ready for tough Malaysian challenge
26 Oct 2016 - Team Release

Team MRF drivers Gaurav Gill and Fabian Kreim head into this weekend’s Malaysian Rally full of confidence, but for different reasons.

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WHAT IS THE APRC

The FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship is spread through a diverse range of  countries, climates, cultures and a huge population base of over 2.5 billion people.

In 2017 six events make-up the championship starting in New Zealand with the  fast and smooth roads of Rally of Whangarei, followed by Australia’s Canberra Rally, running through dusty forestry roads on the outskirts of the nation's capital city.

The APRC then heads to Zhangye, West China near the Mongolian border for the championship's 'desert' rally.  From the dry desert heat and in complete contrast, the fourth event of the championship is the very hot and humid Malaysian Rally run through the Palm Oil Plantations of Johor.

Japan is next and the fast forestry and public roads of Rally Hokkaido, followed by the final event of the year - the India Rally, held on the coffee plantations roads of Chikmagalur.

APRC.TV Ltd has been the official television producer for the championship since  1999 and in 2016, 351 million households in 196 countries watched coverage of the APRC.

Leading international broadcasters include: FoxSports/STAR Sports Asia, FoxSports Australia, Guangdong TV China, CCTV-5 China, Sima.com China, Outdoor Channel Asia, TEN Sports (Indian sub-continent), Motors-TV Europe and Duke TVNZ, New Zealand.