7th, 8th December 2019

Star Rally Cars

Already confirmed is Irish Rally Legend Frank Kelly and his twin cam Ford Escort that is best known for it's sideways antics and airborne feats. If you dont know about this guy..google him and be amazed! Frank will be taking part in the Lighforce Rally SA in September and has great friends in South Australia such as KRS Roof Rack systems who are supporting Franks return to compete in the Adelaide Rally.  Expected to be an incredible hit with the spectators this is one mad Irishman you definately want to see

.Frank Kelly


2015 competitor , Stewart Reid will once again return to the Adelaide Rally with his incredible Audi S1 Group B Replica. Reid being one of the Australian Rally Championship's longest serving participants has an enviable amount of experience under his belt and under this years Category S rules will be competing for a trophy unlike his previous demonstration appearances in the same car. Posing a real threat to locals and visiting competitors alike, Stewart's skills will be a spectator favourite, particularly when paired with the scream of the 5 cylinder Audi Turbo powerplant.

Audi S1

Darryl Busch from the ACT will join Stewart Reid in the Category S division with a genuine WRC Corolla. Sporting the Carlos Sainz livery it was originally dressed with when built in the late 1990's this car is a rare and very special addition to the Adelaide Rally. Driven in the manner intended it's crackling exhaust will evoke feelings of a European round of the WRC when the car is seen speeding through the hills and valleys of the Mt Lofty Ranges.


WRC Corolla


More Group B action is coming our way with theappearance of an ultra rare Group B Renault R5 Turbo. This actual car competed in the Rally of Italy and sports factory livery of the day. Competing in Category S with some of the other invited cars, it is the perfect car to see battling the mighty Audi S1 of Stewart Reid.

Renault R5 Turbo


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132,856 HP Entrant vehicles combined estimated hp
42.57 sec Victoria Park sprint lap record
839 cars Took part in the 2018 event
47,107 Total attendance in 2018