2018 CAMS ARC Sporting and Technical Regulations released
- 25th January 2018, 9:31pm
“We want to make the ARC accessible to more competitors, so it’s about removing barriers to entering the ARC,” Smith said.“Initially, some competitors don’t have the time or the money to commit to a whole season of national competition. “By creating a competition that spans only two rounds and has the chance to get your foot in the door of an international event like Rally Australia, it’s a great option for those interested in stepping up.” Smith said the CAMS Australian 2WD Rally Championship will remain part of the 2018 ARC however the Australian Classic Rally Challenge will not be part of this year’s Championship. “The classic rally scene is very strong in Australia and there are numerous high-quality events for classic rally enthusiasts to choose from,” Smith said.
“Our experience is that entrants in the Classic Rally Challenge are often unable to commit to the full ARC along with their commitments to other classic rally events.“We have made the decision to put the class on hold for now and will continue to monitor this decision going forward.” Round one of the CAMS Australian Rally Championship kicks off with the Eureka Rally in Ballarat, Victoria, on 3-4 March. Registration for the Championship and ARC2 Nominations open on 1 February 2018, with details on www.rally.com.au
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