1994 Victorian Rally Championship


To see what else happened during 1994 in Victorian rallying, go to the 1994 year page.

To see other years of the Victorian Rally Championship, got to the VRC page.

Series Regulations

These were specified in the VRC Standing Regulations.

The VRC was made up exclusively of Special Stage events.

Eligible vehicles were PRC and Group N.

Awards were made for outright champions and Novice. There were also car class awards as follows: PRC 2WD up to 1300cc, PRC 2WD 1301-1600cc, PRC 2WD 1601-2000cc, PRC 2WD over 2000cc, PRC 4WD, Group N 2WD under 1600cc, Group N 2WD over 1600cc, Group N 4WD. Additionally, Formula Commodore (a sub-class of PRC) was included (it appears to have been introduced in 1993 but there were hardly any entrants).

Outright points were allocated 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1 for first to  tenth. Novice and class points were allocated 9-6-4-3-2-1. With five events, competitors counted their best four results (although this does not appear in the Standing Regs). In 1994 Series Registration was introduced and only registered competitors were eligible for points. However, bona fide Victorian competitors were automatically recognised as registered!


The VRC  comprised five events. The Akademos was cancelled due to financial and manpower constraints and in fact was nut run again until 2002. The Rising Sun Rally was also cancelled, citing financial concerns and reduced VRC field sizes.

Click on each event to see further details, including results:

There were 5 VRC events. 

  1. Begonia Rally – results also in March Unicar
  2. Rally of Melbourne – Results in March Unicar, both ARC and VRC
  3. Alpine Rally – Results in March Unicar
  4. Rally in the Valley – Results in April Unicar
  5. North Eastern Rally – Results in Oct Unicar

Outright Pointscores

Outright Drivers Pointscores

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Outright Co-Drivers Pointscores

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Novice Pointscores

Novice Drivers Pointscores

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Novice Co-Drivers Pointscores

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Class Awards

PRC 2WD under 1300cc: Tim Sullivan / Tony Borg, Suzuki Swift GTi

PRC 2WD 1300-1600cc: Greg Plumridge / Paul Humm, Toyota Corlla GT

PRC 2WD 1600-2000cc: Bill Orders / Scott Peddar, Ford Escort RS2000

PRC 2WD over 2000cc: Gary Kendrick / Ron Gottschalk, Holden Commodore VP V8

PRC 4WD: Graeme Wise / Helen Wylie, Ford Sierra XR4 V6

Group N 2WD under 1600cc: David Draper / Malcolm Hobrough, Suzuki Swift GTi

Group N 2WD over 1600cc: Richard McNay / Andrew McNay, Toyota Celca ST162

Group N 4WD: Ian Boyd / Graham Legg-Stoker, Subaru RX Turbo

Formula Commodore: Tony Cooper / Gary Cook