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【Flash 03】Drivers Interview at Flexi-Service C (Int’l class)


Flash 03 (int’l class Drivers Interview at Flexi-Service C (KITA AIKOKU) has been published.

Flash 03 (int’l)
Flash #03 (int’l) Flexi-Service C (KITA AIKOKU)FLASH03_INTL_Service_C_EN.pdf

【Flash 02】Drivers Interview at Flexi-Service B (Int’l class)


Flash 02 (int’l class Drivers Interview at Flexi-Service B (RIKUBETSU)) has been published.

Flash 02 (int’l)
Flash #02 (int’l) Flexi-Service B (RIKUBETSU)FLASH02_INTL_Service-B_EN.pdf

Live Streaming in progress at SS7 NUPRIPAKE 3


SS7 NUPRIPAKE 3 is now on live streaming at our official facebook page. Please check it!
>Rally Hokkaido Media Centre official facebook page

[Flash 01] At Flexi-Service A (RIKUBETSU)(int’l class)


Flash 01 (Flexi-Service A – RIKUBETSU / int’l class) has been published.

Flash 01 (Flexi-Service A /Int’l ClassFLASH01_INTL_Service_A_EN.pdf

SS3 Sammy RIKUBETSU 1 is on live streaming


We are broadcasting SS3 Sammy RIKUBETSU stage on our official Facebook page “Rally Hokkaido Media Centre”. Please visit our page and enjoy the action!

Rally Hokkaido Media Centre Facebook page

LEG1 Start Lists


Leg1 Start Lists have been issued.
>Digital Bulletin Board

Important announcement of Rally Hokkaido 2020


To all the intended crews, competitors and concerned parties

Hereby we would like to inform you the current plan of Rally Hokkaido 2020
Currently Japan is under tightened border control with no estimated lift date due to COVID-19 pandemic, and this makes it very difficult hold the event as a round of Asia Pacific Rally Championship. Thus, this year, we made difficult decision to temporary step off from the APRC series and operate the event as non-championship international rally event.
Along with JAF guidelines we will make this year’s event as compact as possoble, making it 2 day events running on Saturday and Sunday.
It is our deepest regret that, for the first time of its history, Rally Hokkaido 2020 will be held as no-spectator event. Ceremonies such as ceremonial start and rally show will not be held.
We will keep you updated with the situation on this website.

Current plan of schedule is as follows:

Septenber, 2020

10th (Thu)
11:00 service park opens
12:00〜13:30 recce registration
14:00〜18:30 reconnaissance (1)
17:00〜20:00 documentation

11th (Fri):
9:30〜15:00 reconnaissance (2)
8:30〜17:00 scrutineering

12th (Sat):
6:15 Leg1 / first car starts

13th (Sun):
5:00 Leg2 / first car starts
13;35 1st int’l car finishes *
14;35 1st JRC car finishes *
15:20 (in’l) publishment of provisional classification*
16;20 (JRC) publishment of provisional classification*

* = estimated

[Digital APRC] LUCAG120 Won the 1st Online Rally Hokkaido


Online Rally Hokkaido, the 2nd round of Digital APRC held from 22nd of May 2100JST, finished the competition at 2100JST 24th of May.
Total 169 competitors fought intensive and tough battle with rainy condition during the weekend, and 158 of them finished the rally.
The winner was LUCAG120 (ERT_LUCA_GIACOMIN) from Australia, who won both the LEG1 and LEG2.
Digital APRC is now working to issue certificates to the top 3 competitors, while making videos of the Biggest Moment award available for voting.
The next round of the Digital APRC heads down south again – Online Rally Indonesia will be held from 6th to 7th June. We are looking forward to having many competitors there again!

[Digital APRC] Awards for Online Rally Hokkaido


Digital APRC announced they will issue awards for Online Rally Hokkaido. In addition to certificate of achievement for winner, 2nd and 3rd fastest competitors, they will be giving “Biggest Moment” award with US$100 prize money for competitors who submit their “Big Moment” and got the largest vote in the APR official facebook page.

The “Big Moments” are something like – a jump, big spin, going off-road and recovering. Competitors are encouraged to record their stage and submit their big moments to FIA APRC official facebook page. Then the Digital APRC will post those on their facebook page, and the one who got the most reactions and comments will win the prize.
So, even if you are not competing this weekend, you can join us by checking the official page and giving your voting.
We will be waiting for your participation in either way!

Did I hear you will drive for the Biggest Moment award this weekend? I hope not… 😉

FIA APRC official Facebook page:
(The picture below is from their image)

[Digital APRC] Schedule for On-line Rally Hokkaido Revealed


APRC revealed schedule of On-line Rally Hokkaido, Round 2 of the Digital APRC series. The virtual event starts at 22nd May Friday 2100hrs Japan time and consists of 17 stages. For the first day, within the first 24 hours from the event start, competitors will run total 9 stages – 1 night stage followed by Service, then 5 daytime stages followed by another Service, and then 3 repeat stages to finish the day.

They will then compete the 2nd day in similar manner – within 24 hours they will do 5 stages followed by Service, and then 3 more stages to finish the rally.

For details, please refer to the Media Release by the APRC – it includes a tip from Mike Young, winner of 2019 Rally Hokkaido.

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