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Australian clubs and rally organising committees are starting to release their initial plans for COVID-safe service parks and events.
The North Shore Sporting Car Club will run its Rally of the Bay event in early July and will follow a detailed plan to keep the public and the event's competitors safe.
Service areas are likely to be limited to 'clusters' of ten cars with only driver, co-driver and two service crew allowed.
A draft outline of guidelines suggests a breach of such COVID-19 rules could result in exclusion from the rally.
The Western Victorian Crane Trucks Valley Stages has listed some of the restrictions as follows:
- Only one service car and the competition car allowed
- Only two service crew members and the competing crew
- No crews permitted to cross into other clusters
- All crews and service crews to wear wrist bands for cluster ID
- No scrutineering (Waiver form to be signed)
- No physical drivers briefing
- No spectators
- No onsite food vans
- No presentation
- No extra people
- Crews temperature to be taken prior to the start
- No road cards
- Driver and co-driver only at refuel points
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