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BATES AND TAYLOR SET FOR TWEED

Neal Bates and Coral Taylor will make a welcome return to Murwillumbah for the first time since last year's Rally Australia when they take part in the Festival of Speed on Tweed later this month.

TARMAC TIME AGAIN FOR TAYLORS

Mother-daughter rally duo Coral and Molly Taylor are looking to better their debut podium when they tackle this weekend's Ulster Rally in Northern Ireland, the penultimate round of the 2010 Citroen Racing Trophy.

TAYLORS MASTER THE MANX

Mother-daughter duo Coral and Molly Taylor have claimed a podium in their debut outing together, finishing third in the Citroen Racing Trophy section of the Isle of Man International Rally.

CHAMPION TAYLOR TO CALL NOTES FOR DAUGHTER

Four-time Australian Rally Champion co-driver Coral Taylor will return to international rallying next month (July) when she heads to England to call notes for her daughter Molly in the British Rally Championship.

WINDUS CLAIMS PODIUM PLACE

West Australian rally driver Darren Windus claimed the final spot on the podium at his home event after guiding his Neal Bates Motorsport (NBM) Corolla S2000 to third place in the second round of the Australian Rally Championship (ARC).

WINDUS RETURNS IN THE WEST

Neal Bates Motorsport's (NBM) Corolla S2000 is set to make a shock return to the Australian Rally Championship (ARC) in Western Australia after local ace Darren Windus concluded a deal with the nine-time ARC title-winning team.

 

DISAPPOINTING END TO BATES' RALLY OZ

Experienced Australian rally duo Neal Bates and Coral Taylor endured mixed fortunes in their highly-anticipated return to Rally Australia where they were eventually forced out this morning on the final day of the event.

LOCAL HEROES OUT OF DAY 2

Four-time Australian Rally Champions Neal Bates and Coral Taylor have been forced to retire from Day 2 of Rally Australia due to a punctured radiator.

BATES CLAIMS FINAL STAGE TO STAY IN TOUCH

Leading Australian driver Neal Bates remains in the leading group of PWRC drivers at the end of Day 1 action in Rally Australia after setting the fastest class stage time on the final stage before the weekend action.

COROLLA LOCKED IN FOUR-WAY BATTLE

Neal Bates and Coral Taylor are running at the front of the Production World Rally Championship (PWRC) field in their Neal Bates Motorsport Toyota Corolla S2000 after the opening loop of stages on Day 1 of Rally Australia.

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