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Up to eight Australian Rally Championship competitors have already committed to enter the AMH Rally of the Bay in NSW on July 4.
With Coronavirus restrictions starting to be eased, the North Shore Sporting Car Club (NSSCC) are super confident the rally will go ahead, with the factory Toyota Yaris AP4s of Harry and Lewis Bates expected to lead the field away.
"I'm 100% confident the event will run, and I have now got over 10 committed teams including eight ARC teams coming," NSSCC's event director, Nigel Bland, said today.
"We spoke to the Mayor yesterday, Liz Innes, they are helping and keen for the event to happen."
Motorsport Australia have also been extremely helpful in preliminary plans for the Batemans Bay based event.
The running of the event will have some restrictions however, with very little local publicity and no public street start in Batemans Bay.
There will also be no official spectator points, although RallySport Magazine understands that spectators won't be banned and people will need to comply with the relevant COVID rules that apply.
Other competitors who have committed to entering the rally include Arron Windus, Luke Anear, the Activ RallySport Team, and Clay Badenoch.
The rally route will be 95% the same as in 2019, pacenotes will be available, or personal access to the forest will be available soon. The roads are reportedly in better condition than last year.
Entries for the rally open soon.
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