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Held October 18-19, the 2019 edition saw Quebec driver Nicolas Laverdière and co-driver Vincent Trudel of the Laverdière Rally Sport team claim their maiden win in the Canadian Championship
Karel Carré and Samuel Joyal claimed their second win of the season at the 2019 Pacific Forest Rally and now hold a commanding lead in the overall Canadian Rally Championship.
Karel Carré and Samuel Joyal moved into a winning position at Rallye Défi halfway through the second day of racing, giving the team a rejuvenated shot at the 2019 championship chase, and getting his first career victory at Rallye Défi.
Joel Levac and Stephanie Lewis took charge of Rallye Défi on day one, winning every stage of the day to head into the Saturday stages with a lead of 21.3 seconds.
Joel Levac and Stephanie Lewis had a near flawless run to the top step of the podium at Rallye Baie des Chaleurs, in New Richmond, Quebec, the third round of the Canadian Rally Championship. The team built a good lead over the first day of racing, extending their winning margin to three minutes, 10.1 seconds by the end of the rally.
Joel Levac and Stephanie Lewis drove their MINI to the top of the leaderboard on day one, carving out a huge advantage over the rest of the field. The pair won 10 of the 11 stages contested on the first day of racing and have adjusted their pace to hold their advantage without taking big risks.
Brandon Semenuk and John Hall finished the Rocky Mountain Rally victorious after starting the final day with a narrow lead. The pair extended their margin on the final day of racing to claim the top spot on the podium, Semenuk’s second victory at this event.
After a wet, muddy, slippery first day of stages at Rocky Mountain Rally in Invermere, B.C., Brandon Semenuk and John Hall are carrying a slight lead into the final day of action tomorrow. The two have carved out a 26.7 second margin over nearly 90km of stage, but they’ll have to work to hold it to the end of the event.
Antoine L’Estage and Alan Ockwell returned to the Canadian Rally Championship true to form, winning the 2019 Rallye Perce Neige running as privateers on the Swap Shop team. The pair chose their moment and attacked on the first pass of Kitigan Zibi, where their tire choice proved correct for deep snow on the road surface.