Queensland announces plans to make rallying return
- 27th May 2020, 5:56pm
"The organisers of the rallies have a huge job in front of them to make sure the events are compliant," McKonkey said in the statement.
To be sure each event is run in the correct manner, and in line with the COVID-19 guidelines at the time, there will be an officer appointed to each event.
"Each event has to have a Compliance Officer appointed to make sure everything is done right so that we can go rallying (again), and uphold the good name that our sport has."Accountability will be the key to the state's rallying return, as it will be for all sporting events. There will be no spectators, no trophy presentations and no physical contact between people at events. "This will all be a bit different, but it will mean we get out into the forests and rally again," McKonkey concluded. Competitors and fans alike are encouraged to read Motorsport Australia's 'Return to Race' documentation.
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