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Final entry list for EnergyWise Rally

Final entry list for EnergyWise Rally

The final list of entries for the Energywise rally 2002 has been confirmed. The largest envirionmental event for cars to be held in New Zealand for at least a quarter-century will set off from Aotea Square, Auckland on Monday 11 November at approximately 10 am, with class winners making a grand entry into the opening of the Big Boys Toys show at 8.30am on Friday 15 November.

Final entries are :

Car (driver)

Daihatsu Sirion (John McMillan), Suzuki Alto (Rodney Brown), Honda Jazz Manual (Rob Askew), Honda Jazz CVT (Paul Berridge), Hyundai Getz (Peter Gill), Toyota Echo (Jacqui Madelin), Honda Civic Sedan (Glenn Johnston), Renault Clio RS (Kyle Cassidy), Kia Rio (Paul Adams MP), Honda Civic Hatch (Graham Price), Toyota Corolla (Rob Lester), Ford Focus (Simon Dallow/Edward Finn), Ford Mondeo (Mark Cooper), Mazda6 (Donna Blaber), Toyota Camry (David Linklater), Toyota Previa (Chris Amon), Audi A6 (Trevor Hudson/Glynn Tulloch), Honda Odyssey (Sean Willmot), Mitsubishi Diamante (Ian Porter/Lloyd Robinson), Holden Commodore V8 (Greg Murphy/Jason Richards), Citroen Xsara Picasso HDi (Sandy Myhre), Fiat Multipla JTD (Chris Barry), Mercedes-Benz A170 CDi (Allan Dick), Peugeot 307 HDi (Mike Marshall), Peugeot 406 HDi(Donn Anderson), Volkswagen Passat TDI (Andy Smith/Reto Keller), Honda CR-V (Jocelyn Watkin), Suzuki XL-7(Mark Inglis), Land Rover Freelander (Alastair Sloane), Suzuki Grand Vitara TDi (Grant Aitken), Ssangyong Rexton (Rod Coleman), Ford Falcon LPG (Bob Kooge), Honda Civic Hybrid (Rob Maetzig), Honda Insight (Tina Doherty/Shaun Summerfield), Toyota Prius (Brian Cowan), Volkswagen Golf TDI*(Ralph Sims/Simon Berndt), Toyota Prius (personality drivers).

*Massey University entry running on Biodiesel.

En-route the cars will pass through Tauranga / Mt. Maunganui on 11 November between 2.15 and 3.40, arriving at Gull Lake Road Rotorua at between 3.30 and 5.00.

On 12 November they will pass through Taupo at between 11.10 and 12.30, arriving at Gull Fitzherbert Avenue, Palmerston North between 2.30 and 4.00.

13 November takes them to Wellington, where they will be parked in front of Parliament from 10.30 to 12.15. They will then pass through Masterton between 1.30 and 3.00, arriving at Gull Omahu Rd., Hastings between 4.00 and 5.45.

On the last day, 14 November, the cars will pass through the outskirts of Napier between 8.30 and 10.00, Taupo between 10.00 and 11.30, and drivers will stop for a lunch break at the rest area by Lake Karapiro between 11.30 and 1.30.

The cars will follow SH1 through the suburbs of Hamilton between 12.15 and 1.45, and the Rally finishes in Auckland between 2.00 and 3.30 with the final refuel at Gull Rosscommon Road, Wiri.

Winners will be announced after a dinner at the Centra Auckland Airport Hotel at approximately 9 pm.

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