Rally NSW News Vacancy for the Rally Panel Chair Position

Vacancy for the Rally Panel Chair Position

As of the 29th February, 2024, Ian Bray will be resigning as Chair of the NSW Rally Panel making the position vacant. If you wish to nominate for the position of Panel Chair, please complete the form below ASAP and send to the Motorsport Australia NSW/ACT Administration at the address in the form. Also, please use the Contact Form on this website to let the Panel know of your intentions.

This is a significant role that has a bearing on the future of the sport of rallying in NSW so requires a great deal of commitment from anyone wishing to take on the role.

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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.

Narooma Forest Rally Date Change to 24th August 2024Narooma Forest Rally Date Change to 24th August 2024

Narooma, NSW – The highly anticipated Narooma Forest Rally, initially scheduled for the 31st of August 2024, will now take place a week earlier on the 24th of August 2024. This change comes in response to a request from Eurobodalla Shire, citing the local football grand final to be held on the originally planned weekend at the rally’s service park.

Eurobodalla Shire noted that the rescheduling was necessary due to the overlap with the football grand final, which would have posed logistical challenges for both events. Additionally, the demand for accommodation during the grand final weekend would have made it difficult for rally participants and spectators to secure suitable lodging.

Despite the date change, the Narooma Forest Rally remains a pivotal event in the NSW rally scene and will continue to showcase top-tier competition. In 2024, it will serve as a round of several prestigious rally series:

  • NSW Rally Championship
  • NSW Clubman Rally Series
  • NSW Hyundai-Kia Rally Series
  • East Coast Classic Rally Series 2WD
  • East Coast Classic Rally Series 4WD

“Narooma is one of the most popular events on the NSW Rally Calendar for good reason,” said Rob O’Toole, Chairman of the NSW Rally Panel. “We appreciate the understanding of all stakeholders regarding this date change and look forward to an exciting and successful rally.”

For those not competing, the rally organisers extend an invitation to join as volunteers. Volunteering offers a unique opportunity to be part of this thrilling event while contributing to its smooth operation and success.

Stay updated on the Narooma Forest Rally by visiting https://www.naroomaforestrally.com.au/

For all inquiries, please contact:  Adrian Dudok 0417 251 011

About Narooma Forest Rally: The Narooma Forest Rally is an annual motorsport event held in Narooma, NSW, showcasing top-level rallying across various categories.The rally attracts participants and spectators from across the region and beyond, contributing to the vibrant motorsport culture in New South Wales.