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Karamjit Singh wins in Perak

A repeat of his gifted win last year in Perak, Karamjit Singh defied all the odds to secure a comfortable outright win again in 2016. Driving a 20 year old Proton Wira 1.8 with some mechanical issues throughout the day, he finished the rally 10 minutes clear from the rest of the field. MORE >>>

Rally of Perak C Leg 1 report

Sri Iskandar C Its been a super busy day for the competitors and crew of the final round of the Malaysian Rally Championship here today. With recce and scrutineering early in the morning and leg 1 starting just after lunch time with a total distance of 120km MORE >>>

Northern final
22 NOVEMBER 2016

The state of Perak will be the host state for the Final round of the Malaysian Rally Championship 2016. As in the past, the rally stages in Perak features fast flowing and technical stages which can catch out even the experienced drivers. MORE >>>


MRC Rd 3 wrap!

The Malaysian Rally Championship Rd 3 took place in Johor. This is the round of the championship which meets up with the Asia Pacific Rally Championship. Being an international event under the FIA rules and regulation, the event is made longer in distance and time. MORE >>>

Brothers clean sweep

Shazly and little brother Shazmie took the time to tediously prepare and planned for the event a month before bared fruit when the pair emerged victorious overall for round 2 of the Malaysian Rally Championship in Kuala Rompin last Sunday. MORE >>>

Leg 1 C Playing caution to the wind

Clear skies and a bit of heat meant perfect weather conditions as Leg 1 got on the way at the Pasar Besar Kuala Rompin compound this afternoon. Thousands of spectators lined the side of SS1 to watch the rally cars in action for the first time here. MORE >>>

Into the unknown

Its going to be a quest into the unknown for the 11 starters for the Rally of Pahang this weekend. The second round of the 2016 Malaysian Rally Championship makes its maiden visit to Kuala Rompin, Pahang and already the usually calm and peaceful town has been awaken with the arrival of the entire Malaysian Rally brigade. MORE >>>

First blood to Sazly
22 MAY 2016

UniCITI ALAM - A familiar face in the local the rallying scene for the past 20 years, Sazly Farith Ilias won the first round of the Malaysian Rally Championhsip in Perlis this Afternoon. Sazly inherited the lead on SS7 when overnight leader Satoru Ito retired with transmission problems. Its Sazly first outright win in Championship.. MORE >>>

Ito Leads
22 MAY 2016

With a lead of just 9 seconds, Japanese Saturo Ito leads the pack as the competitors head for the overnight Parc Ferme in Kangar. Sazly Fatrih and Karamjit Singh rounding up the top 3 separated just over a minit. It was a relatively short day with just 3 stages to run. The weather was just perfect although the treat of a heavy down pour was just hanging over the clouds. MORE >>>

Perfect condition!
21 MAY 2016

Reports of the best possible condition in the stages during the recce this morning is excellent news when the 13 competing cars starts leg 1 of Malaysian Rally Championship this afternoon. There has been a steady amount of rain over the past week and forecast to remain the same over the course of the weekend. The slightly damp and breezy condition is a complete contrast to the extremely hot and extremely dusty conditions of 2015. MORE >>>

A Recap of MRC 2015
21 MAY 2016

The 2015 Malaysian Rally Championship provided another memorable rallying season fill with drama and plenty of action. Its another year of dominance for Chinas Fan Fan and his Wan Yu rally team but as usual there plenty of action on every round of the championship, the Malaysian style of rallying. Even with very limited funding, Malaysian rallying has never failed to thrill and impress. Its not over till you make it back to the last Time control! MORE >>>

Malaysian Rally Championship 2016 C Rules changed!
10 MAY 2016

For the first time in as many years, the Malaysian Rally Championship will be run in a new format with a different set of entirely new rules aimed to make the championship affordable and competitive. Over the years the Malaysian Rally Championship has been an international event which allows foreign competitors to take part in the championship and score points and take home the Malaysian championship. MORE >>>