WRC Rally Australia: Sunday's action
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Five special stages to find WRC Rally Australia winner
The World Rally Championship sticks to its modern era format with a shorter final day of action set to decide WRC Rally Australia today.
There is 68.7km of competitive driving on Sunday’s rally itinerary split into five special stages which move the action to the north of Coffs Harbour.
There is a 7.10am (9.10am NZ time) start from the Coffs Harbour Stadium service park with the rally heading to the 21.95km Bucca Long stage to open the day.
A highlight of the day is a double serving of live TV action starting with the 9.23km Wedding Bells 1 stage which starts at 11.08am (NZ). SkySport3 has an hour of live coverage from 11am till noon.
The morning loop is completed by the 6.23km Settles Rd stage (a new stage for 2015) starting at 11.39am (NZ) and a 30-minute service break at Coffs Harbour.
The afternoon comprises a second pass through Bucca Long stage (at 1.42pm NZ) and the rally closes with the bonus points on offer in the Wedding Bells 2 Power Stage starting at 3.08pm (NZ).
This provides another 60-minute live segment on SkySport3 from 3pm.
The rally finish podium ceremony at the Coffs Harbour City Centre in at 5pm (NZ).
www.wrc.com for live results, split times and commentary on World Rally Radio.
www.rallyaustralia.com.au for event information.
Live TV coverage: SkySport3 Saturday 2pm-3pm Stage 10; Sunday 11am-12pm Stage 14; Sunday 3pm-4pm Stage 17 Power Stage.