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The Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) resumes this weekend with the highly anticipated Make Smoking History Forest Rally.
Serving as the second round of the 2023 ARC season, a huge field of national crews have made their way out west for the popular rally, which will run over the course of three days.
Awaiting the strong field of more than 34 ARC registered crews are 179 competitive kilometres across 17 stages, with the sprint format to see the event split into two heats – the first run over Friday night and Saturday, and the second on Sunday.
While the national entry list heading to Western Australia since the early 2000s is the biggest narrative for the weekend – there are plenty of other subplots to keep an eye on.
This year’s event also celebrates the 50th anniversary of the ARC’s first round in WA, and the intriguing battles that will undoubtedly take place amongst the multiple cups.
From the WA vs Tasmania State of Origin stoush in the White Wolf Constructions ARC Production Cup to the family-ties clash in the ARC Classic Cup, there are many entertaining battles all throughout the field.
Also adding to the drama is the big question of when Harry Bates can return to the winners’ list
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