As the Hyundai Excel X3 model is becoming more scarce and more expensive to buy, we have expanded eligibility to include a far wider range of Hyundai and Kia FWD models up to 1600cc. Still heavily restricted in what modifications can be carried out, it should create a more exciting Series where the cars are expected to retain a high degree of performance parity. Additionally, if you want to start modifying your Hyundai/Kia Series car beyond what is allowed, then we have added the Pocket Rocket Class to the Clubman Rally Series and then you are able to do modifications up to what is allowed in the Production Rally Car Regulations. If your driver seeding no longer makes you eligible for Clubman, there is also a Pocket Rocket Class in the NSW Rally Championship. Therefore, you can start rallying economically in a Hyundai/Kia Series car and progress all the way to the NSW Rally Championship, all in the same car. Further, there are no seeding restrictions in the Hyundai/Kia Rally Series so if you are a past competitor, no longer have the sort of budget required to run a Mitsubishi Evo, Subaru WRX, etc but really want to get out there again, this is also for you. Link to the following page for more details. https://rallynsw.com.au/neverbetter/
Our Grass Roots Rally Series Now the Hyundai/Kia Rally Series
Mitta Mountain Rally 4 March 2023– Supplementary Regulations now availableMitta Mountain Rally 4 March 2023– Supplementary Regulations now available
Supplementary Regulations have been released today at www.mittamountainrally.com for the opening round of the 2023 Motorsport Australia New South Wales Rally Championship and Till Hino Victorian Rally Championship. Border Oils and Batteries are back on board again as the major event sponsor.
The event will also include as a multi club event, the opening round of the 2023 LDV Geelong Victorian Club Rally Series. The Mitta Masters multi-club event for classic cars and competitors also returns this year as the opening round of the East Coast Classic Rally Series.
The Road team reports that the planned route has held up well to the wet year experienced here in Victoria. The superb views of Victorian peaks remain for co-drivers to enjoy and drivers to occasionally glance at.
The unique features of the Mitta event are all still there including the amazing service park on the golf course, modern Rally Base with excellent local catering, no repeat mountain stages, wrapped up with presentation that night in the cosy Mitta Pub. The bus will operate from Dartmouth again.
It might pay to get online at www.mittamountainrally.com and get that entry in soon. Discounted early bird entries close at midnight Wednesday 8 February.
The Event Organisers have been advised by Forestry that the road damage that caused the event to be postponed from earlier in the year will not be repaired in time for a November date. Consequently, the Mini’dulla event will regretfully not be able to be run this year.
This makes the Coffs Coast Rally in late November the next and final round for all NSW Rally Series.
The Supplementary Regulation Templates for 2023 can be found at https://rallynsw.com.au/supp-reg-templates-entry-form/
These templates include all the elements and nuances required for your Supplementary Regulations comply with the many requirements of the NCR’s and the various National Rally Standing Regulations.