Championship racing is the ideal training ground for Toyota. Freezing mountain roads and blazing-hot trails through the desert. Snaking curves and endless straightaways. Smooth surfaces and rocky terrain.
That’s where we come to life.
Eight ARC Wins
Three Le Mans Wins
Eleven Podium Finishes in 2019
TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Takes Le Mans Hat-Trick
TOYOTA GAZOO Racing earned a third consecutive overall Le Mans 24 Hours win with the TS050 HYBRID after a turbulent and ultimately-successful race at the Circuit de la Sarthe.
The Australian Rally Championship (ARC) is Australia's leading off-road motor rally competition established in 1968. Taking in some of the country's most stunning and picturesque locations, this highly-competitive series is a multi-event, national championship.
Toyota Yaris AP4
The 2019 Australian Rally Champion, the Toyota Yaris AP4 packs a punch with its new-generation power, speed and performance featuring a 1.6 litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine and 410Nm of torque.
New Yaris AP4
Starting with the incredible All-New GR Yaris we’re building a rally beast to defend our ARC Championship.
When we were given the green light to form a home-grown, factory-backed rally team here in Australia, we knew there was no one better than the legendary Bates family and their talented crew to help lead us to victory.
2021 Motorsport Australia Rally Championship
Netier National Capital Rally
Australian Capital Territory
Make Smoking History Forest Rally
AGI Sport Adelaide Hills Rally
FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship Finale
The FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) is the epic motorsport adventure that takes drivers and production-based cars through challenging terrain in 14 rallies across 14 different countries.
The Yaris WRC
A new generation rally car tuned to near-perfection. Under the hood, the Yaris WRC packs a 1.6-liter direct injection turbo engine and growls with 380 horsepower.
With six victories, the Yaris WRC was the most successful rally car of 2019.
More championship categories
The FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) challenges teams to battle it out across nine different countries, including the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans.