NEW SUBARU DO DUO FOR 2018

Subaru do Motorsport has confirmed its return to the CAMS Australian Rally Championship with 2016 victor Molly Taylor set to campaign with a new co-driver. Subaru will again compete with an All-Wheel Drive Production Rally Car (PRC) class WRX STI, prepared by Les Walkden Rallying (LWR) over the expanded six-round...

Continue reading →

Event Report – Busselton Ironman 70.3 done!

Completing your first Ironman 70.3 was always going to be eventful. However, I don’t think anyone expected a day like we saw! As I mentioned in my previous post, the last few weeks leading up to the event were very busy for me, so I didn’t feel completely ready before...

Continue reading →

Catch up!

Well, there is a lot of catch up to do! Between training, preparation for Rally Australia and a whole lot of travel, my blog notes never made it up to the website – sorry! As far as training goes, the rest of October consisted of some easy-ish weekday sessions (apart...

Continue reading →

Subaru do Second in Championship

Subaru do Motorsport has finished second* in the 2017 CAMS Australian Rally Championship, after technical issues forced it out of Leg 3 of Kennards Hire Rally Australia, in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. Despite the best efforts of the Les Walkden Rallying technical team - which worked late into Saturday...

Continue reading →

Anxious Wait for Subaru Do

Subaru do Motorsport team faces an anxious overnight wait to see if it can retain the CAMS Australian Rally Championship after a drama-packed Leg Two of Kennards Hire Rally Australia in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. Rain caused carnage on the day’s first stage, SS9 Nambucca, with one car even...

Continue reading →

Subaru do Motorsport on Target in Coffs

Subaru do Motorsport team remains on target for CAMS Australian Rally Championship honours in 2017, after the first six stages of Kennards Hire Rally Australia at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. The Subaru do duo of Molly Taylor and Bill Hayes again proved consistency is one of their greatest assets,...

Continue reading →

What goes up, keeps going up

Most elevation covered, most hours, most intensity – many PB’s this week! Some bad weather and travelling meant a few improvised sessions, but the big killer was the weekend training camp in Kangaroo Valley. It was nicknamed “Dr Evil Camp” by our coach with the motto “what goes up, keeps...

Continue reading →

Despite your best intentions…

Consistency, with a bit of patience and common sense… That is what I learnt this week! The way the week panned out meant that I didn’t hit my targets. I’m becoming more and more OCD with my weekly totals, so the biggest issue is me getting annoyed at myself...

Continue reading →