Six events were conducted. By entering all but one event and finishing in the top 3 places in four events, a consistent display by Peter “Pud” Thompson saw him take out the drivers championship. Second place went to Les Adams with Dinta Officer (by winning the only 2 rounds he competed in) and Humphrey Enter equal third.
Peter Thompson didn’t use the same navigator for each event so Tony Satori, navigating for Les Adams, took out the navigator’s championship. John Wardell, Humphrey Enter’s navigator, took out second with Simon Scott, navigating for Peter Thompson in three events, third.
Among all but the State Classified (Grade 1) crews, the crew comprising Les Adams and Tony Satori won the State Recognised Championships. Second were Humphrey Enter/John Wardell and Mike Welsh/Ken Price were third.
The Clubman Championship appears to have been won by Peter Thompson (from Swinburne Car Club) and David James on a close countback from Graeme Gambold and Doug Gould.
To see what else happened during 1984 in Victorian rallying, go to the 1984 year page.
To see other years of the Victorian Rally Championship, got to the VRC page.