Enter now for Lake Mountain Sprint
- 8th November 2011, 10:06am
Entries are still available for the 6th running of the Lake Mountain Sprint, which will be held in the Victorian Alps over the weekend of November 26th – 27th.
The Lake Mountain Sprint uses the spectacular 10km alpine road from the base to the summit of Lake Mountain. The rally is an established favourite in the rally community, and a perfect taster for those wanting to open up their road cars in the popular Touring section.
With 120km of competitive rally, and the same amount in liaison, the Lake Mountain Sprint is supreme value for money, without the wear and tear - and the waiting around - of some multi-stage sprint rallies.
The competition consists of 12 runs over the weekend, for just $1650, including the AASA permit fee. The entry fee for Touring competitors is just $500 for a closed-road, spirited driving experience and all the fun of a rally, without the need for a roll cage.
Competition will start at 9.00am on Saturday with 3 runs, followed by lunch and a further 3 more runs in the afternoon. The same format will be followed on the Sunday with a Presentation function to be held shortly after the last run.
The Lake Mountain Sprint has always been a social event, and this year will be no different. An official dinner will be held at the amazing new Lake Mountain cross country ski resort, in its new 700-seat function room on the Saturday night. Transport to and from the dinner out of Marysville will be provided for guests.
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