Alberto “Beto” Heller will certainly not forget Rally Australia. On both days the youngest of the Heller Brothers has stood on the highest position overall in WRC 2 and gets closer to winning the last 2018 calendar round.

WRC’s official website comments the Chileans’ performance at Rally Australia as follows: “Heller’s dominant lead was aided by the retirement of his two closest rivals. First to go was his older brother Pedro, who crashed on the first run of the Welshs Creek Reverse test, beaching his Fiesta in a ditch. Armin Kremer also failed to finish the day. The German retired his Skoda Fabia on the road section before SS16 with a mechanical issue.”

Check here the results for the “Final Battle” among Sébastien Ogier, Thierry Neuville and Ott Tänak and also the Hellers’ numbers:



The competition finishes on Sunday, then the Heller Brothers will be quickly heading to Chile to be part of RallyMobil’s Pichilemu trophy so that both try to become the first Chilean R5 champion.