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Super Day for Guest(Comments Off on Super Day for Guest)

Pirtek Les Walkden Rallying driver, Michael Guest, has put in a consistent drive in Heat 1 of Rally Queensland, taking second place after the ten stages of Heat 1. Driving his Subaru Impreza WRX STI, Guest and co-driver, David Green, were never outside the top five, and moved up the leaderboard as many of their […]

Guest Ready for Queensland Bounce-Back(Comments Off on Guest Ready for Queensland Bounce-Back)

Pirtek Les Walkden Rallying driver Michael Guest is looking for better fortune this weekend as he prepares to tackle round three of the Australian Rally Championship, the Rally of Queensland. Driving their Subaru Impreza WRX STI, Guest and co-driver, David Green, started the year with mixed fortunes in Western Australia but their luck completely deserted […]

Rally Queensland Preview(Comments Off on Rally Queensland Preview)

Next weekend is the 40th running of the coates Rally of Queensland, and it’s the third round of the Australian Rally Championship. It’s an event that combines are variety of road surfaces with some of the longest stages on the ARC calendar. And that’s a combination that suites Michael Guest down to the ground. "I’m […]

Michael Wins Snapper Classic(Comments Off on Michael Wins Snapper Classic)

The Dave Irvine Memorial Snapper Classic was held in Coffs Harbour over the June long weekend. The 150 anglers and 60 teams were faced with atrocious conditions of three metre swells and 70 kmph winds. The team of Michael Guest, Mark Phillips, Blake Hughes and Brian Perry took out Champion Team, Michael Guest winning Champion […]

One Bad Day Follows Another(Comments Off on One Bad Day Follows Another)

The opening day of the Rally of Canberra was a disaster for Michael Guest and his Pirtek Les Walkden Rallying team, and the second day was hardly any better. The weekend left the likeable Guest bemoaning his bad luck, but positive about the rest of the Australian Rally Championship series. Yesterday a kangaroo ended his […]

Guest’s Day In Canberra Full Of Frustration(Comments Off on Guest’s Day In Canberra Full Of Frustration)

Author: Alison Macqueen, Lake Macquarie rally driver Michael Guest’s opening day at the Rally of Canberra came to an early end when he collided with a kangaroo, forcing him to retire his Pirtek Les Walkden Rally Subaru just a few kilometres into the fourth special stage of the eight stages scheduled. Guest’s day had […]

Guest Looks to Canberra to Build ARC Challenge(Comments Off on Guest Looks to Canberra to Build ARC Challenge)

Lake Macquarie rally driver, Michael Guest, will tackle the Canberra round of the Australian Rally Championship this weekend, looking to build momentum in his quest for the 2008 national driver’s title. Guest made his debut with the Pirtek LWR Team in Western Australia in April, taking his Subaru Impreza WRX STI to fourth outright in […]

Guest to take on APRC Crews(Comments Off on Guest to take on APRC Crews)

Source: The APRC field for Rally Canberra will see a short-term increase, with three crews from the Australian Rally Championship registered with the regular APRC crews. Along with ex-APRC competitor Eli Evans and young privateer Nathan Quinn, Micheal Guest, the 1998 APRC Group N champion, will be lining up with the APRC teams in […]

Guest Bounces Back in Forest(Comments Off on Guest Bounces Back in Forest)

Author: Alison Macqueen – Toyota Racing Development’s Neal Bates has taken his sixth Quit Forest Rally title, in Nannup, Western Australia today. Bates, driving a S2000 Corolla, finished second in Heat One and first in Heat Two, handing him the win ahead of Evans Motorsport’s Eli Evans and Redline Oil’s Alex Stone. “I’m absolutely […]

Disappointment for Guest in QUIT Forest Rally(Comments Off on Disappointment for Guest in QUIT Forest Rally)

Pirtek LWR Rally Team driver, Michael Guest, has had a disappointing end to the opening Heat of the 2008 Australian Rally Championship. Driving a Subaru Impreza WRX STI in the QUIT Forest Rally near Busselton, south of Perth, Guest and co-driver, David Green, were comfortably in second place after seven of the day’s ten stages, […]

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