The Brindabella Motor Sport Club, the Light Car Club of Canberra and the Shoalhaven and Kiama Districts Auto Club are joining forces to hold the ride day to raise money for MND research, and in an effort to promote the sport of rallying to the public.
Based out of Kowen Forest near Queanbeyan, the day gives the general public a chance to experience the thrill of being strapped into a purpose built rally car and go flying through the forest with some of the east coast’s best rally drivers.
“It is fantastic to be able to link up with the car clubs and this awesome event to raise funds for MND research. Research is our only hope for developing a cure for this terrible disease, which currently has a life expectancy of only 2-4 years,” Gethin Thomas, Executive Director of Research, said.
Current Australian Rally Champion, Harry Bates, and his brother, Lewis, are coming out to give a limited number of rides.
The day gets underway from 10:30am with plenty of food drink and other activities available.
For more information, including a map of how to get there, go to www.CanberraRallyExperience.com.au