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In just over two weeks, the Midstate Freight Caves Classic Rally is set for some intense competition in both the MTA NSW Rally Championship and also the East Coast Classic Rally Series.
With 37 entries received to date, North Shore Sporting Car Club (NSSCC) are expecting a rush of entries over the next few weeks in the lead up to the second big rally in NSW since the COVID-19 Pandemic led to many event cancellations and postponements.
After successfully running the first round of the MTA NSW Series in July, NSSCC will be using the expertise gained in running a COVID safe event and applying it to the Midstate Freight Caves Classic Rally.
“This is the first rally in NSW organised since restrictions were tightened following the second wave of the virus,” said Jon Thomson, Event Director. “We could have easily just cancelled our event and waited until next year, but we felt we owed it to the rally community to get an event up and running as soon as we could.”
The event was originally planned to be conducted on the weekend of the 5th of September, however further restrictions were introduced by the NSW government and the event was postponed to the 10th of October.
“Since moving the date of the event, Oberon has had storms, rain and a massive dump of snow. Overall the roads are in fantastic condition and we think the drivers and co-drivers are going to love the new roads we’ve chosen in the Beemerang and Roberts State Forests,” Thomson added.
The Midstate Freight Caves Classic Rally will also be a round of the NSW Clubman Rally Series and this event will also be their second rally for 2020 after several cancellations of other events.
“With so much turmoil in the country from the virus pandemic, it’ll be great to see rally cars back in the Forest again. We’ve been putting a lot of effort into making sure this event is a success and we’re sure that it won’t disappoint,” Thomson concluded.
The event will start at 11am on Saturday the 10th of October at the Oberon Rugby Leagues Football Club.
Unseeded entries received as of September 25:
Bethany Cullen / Mel Mcminn - Mitsubishi Evo 6.5 2000
Justin Griffin / Mathew Critchlow - Toyota Corolla 2002
Sean Mc Aloon / Muireann Hayes - Ford Escort 1979
Taylor Gill / Peter Harris / Dallas Gill - Subaru Wrx 1999
Alexander Neill / Joshua Neill - Hyundai Excel 1997
Tony Jordan / Richard Davidson - Triumph Stag 1974
Matthew Ruggles / Guy Ruggles - Triumph Tr7 V8 1980
Eoin Moynihan / John Brophy - Ford Escort 1978
Andrew Travis / David Travis - Nissan Gazelle 1984
Chris Giddins / Katie Giddins - Mitsubishi Evo Ix 2003
Chris Fitzgerald / Corey Bryant - Subaru Impreza 2000
Jamie Neale / Tommi Flegl - Honda Civic 1999
Sid Sparkes / Paul Fletcher - Datsun 1600 1971
Benjamin Vanzyl / Nadine Bucher - Hyundai Excel 1998
Tony Sullens / Kaylie Newell - Citroen Ds3 2012
Andrew Penny / Rhys Llewellyn - Subaru Wrx 1995
Robert Gorst / Wesley Gorst - Datsun P510 1971
Peter Thompson / Ken Hind - Toyota Ra 23 Celica 1976
Mal Keough / Andrew (Pip) Bennett - Audi Quattro S1 E2 Replica 1985
Tim Joass / Peter Joass - Mitsubishi Evo 2 1994
Evan Bollard / Phillip Bonser - Mazda Rx2 1972
P.J. O'keeffe / Tba Tba - Ford Escort 1978
Jake Bramble / Josh Love - Datsun 1600 1969
Riley Walters / Jeffery Williamson - Subaru Wrx 2007
Michael Stewart / Matthew Portus - Subaru Wrx Sti 1997
Terry Gunter / Stephen Newell - Ford Escort Mk2 1975
Phillip Chisholm / Peter Stringfellow - Nissan Skyline 1988
Ron Moore / Jo Moore - Mitsubishi Evolution Vi 1998
Edward Mulligan / Robert Males - Ford Escort 1978
Tom Clarke / Jim Gleeson - Mitsubishi Evo 9 2003
Chris Jaques / Hugh Taylor - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 2001
Michael Curtin / Pierce Lennon - Datsun 1600 1972
Nathan Quinn / Ray Winwood-Smith - Mazda Rx2 1970
Declan Foley / Ken Murphy - Volkswagon Golf 1996
Brian O Neill / Mac Kierans - Ford Mk 11 1979
Ron Mckinnon / Steve Mckinnon - Mitsubishi L A Lancer 1976
Joe Chapman / Adrian Grabham - Subaru Wrx 1997
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