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A feature of this year’s Coffs Coast Rally will be the “All Comers”, who can now enter the rally. Basic compliance with Schedule R of the CAMS Manual means that very few cars are not eligible to compete.

The “All Comers” rally, to be held in two heats on successive days, will allow either 1 or 2 days competition over 350km each day. The rally will be held in conjunction with the ARC and NSW Championship rally over the same course. The rally includes the Northern NSW Series. Competing on day 2 is for the fun of competition.
Event Manger, Martin Quinn, said that the “Allied Air Conditioning/Daikin Coffs Coast Rally was catering for all levels of competition, from the very best ARC crew right through to novices.

"Few sports give their competitors this chance to test your self against the best,” he added.

The event will allow reconnaissance, which means even the most novice crew can check the course prior to competing. This adds to safety and aids in the learning curve on the path to higher competition.

There will be a post event function on Saturday night for competitors and service crews. All crews, for an extra fee, can compete in Leg 2 on Sunday if they choose.

The regulations are available for download: www.coffscoastrally.com.au

Entries close on November 5, with the entry fee  $465 per heat.

The rally is open to anyone with a CAMS Clubman licence or above.

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