Peter Whitten

Peter has been the editor of RallySport Magazine since its inception in 1989, in both printed and online form. He is a long-time competitor, event organiser and official, as well as working in the media.

http://rallysportmag.com

Latest Posts:

Who’s who to converge on Otago Rally

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The entry list for the opening round of the New Zealand Rally Championship looks like being a veritable ‘who’s who’…

Hybrid or Paddon? Who sees WRC action first?

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Hybrid technology is coming to the World Rally Championship in a couple of years, but Citroen has moved to ensure…

Around the Block – first stop Whangarei

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Confirmation that Ken Block will bring his brand new Ford Escort RS Cosworth to the Rally of Whangarei in May…

Hybrid technology an inevitable must for WRC

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The World Rally Championship’s push towards embracing hybrid technology by 2022 has raised the eyebrows of rally fans around the…

WRC season shaping up to be another cracker

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Last weekend’s Rally Sweden was a good example of how a rally can be a story of ifs, buts and…

Subaru – The Tireless Soldier

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Subaru has a rich history of rallying all over the world, yet in both New Zealand and Australia, their influence…

The love affair continues

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The Australian love affair with New Zealand’s Otago Rally continues to grow, with top Aussie, Brendan Reeves, confirming his entry…

Monte frustrations and some Meeke magic

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One can only imagine Hayden Paddon’s thoughts as he watched the Monte Carlo Rally action unfold last weekend.   Without…

Super Seb re-ignites Aust-NZ sharing debate

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The debate over whether Australia or New Zealand should be hosting the Down Under round of the World Rally Championship…

New brands means NZRC won’t get tyred

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Across the Tasman, Australia’s national championship will enter another year using a control MRF tyre for all competitors, but in…