Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010
Twitter addicts and motorsport fans will get unique access to this weekend’s fourth round of the Australian Rally Championship, Scouts Rally SA, thanks to a unique partnership with Adelaide company Pure Motorsport.

Fans will be able to ask their questions through Twitter on their computer or mobile phone by using the hashtag #askpm. Pure Motorsport will then ask the competitors for answers and feature this as part of their multimedia coverage.

Questions will also be answered live on Friday and Saturday night as part of Pure Motorsport’s live broadcast of the Angaston Super Special stage from 6.30pm on

“Professional motorsport is always seen as being detached from fans, but rallying is one of the most accessible forms of motorsport in the world,” said Ryan Jones, Pure Motorsport Team Principal. “Pure Motorsport’s coverage of Scouts Rally SA will allow fans to not only see all of the action, but directly participate in the coverage they get to see.”

Scouts Rally SA gets underway Friday 25 June with the Pedders No Bull Shootout in Mount Crawford Forest.

Contact Profile

Pure Motorsport

Pure Motorsport is an Adelaide based company dedicated to providing comprehensive coverage of motorsport events around Australia through their web site,
Ryan Jones
P: 0410131658

Scouts Rally SA

Scouts Rally SA is round 4 of the 2010 Australian Rally Championship and Round 2 of the 2010 South Australian Rally Championship. It will be run through the picturesque Adelaide Hills, Barossa, Mount Crawford and Murrayland regions 25-27 June 2010.
Ivar Stanelis
P: 0418834311


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