August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/26/2009, Issue 1355, p10
The article presents news briefs related to automobile racing. Former world champion Petter Solberg may use the IRC series to get back into a manufacturer team. The final Subaru Impreza World Rally Car has left the building. Australia-based Alister McRae will drive a Mitsubishi Lancer World Rally Car at the annual Rallyday at Castle Combe circuit in Great Britain in September 2009.


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