LocationMitta Mitta, VIC
Event TypeNSWRC / VRC / ECCRS
Clerk of CourseColin Elliott
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Supplementary Regulations have been released for what will be a joint round of the 2018 MTA (Motor Traders of NSW) NSW Rally Championship, as well as the Focus on Furniture and Bedding Victorian Rally Championship. The incorporated Mitta Masters for classic cars and competitors returns this year also as a round of the fledgling East Coast Classic Rally Series. The recently completed course check reported that the usually narrow, twisting, ducking and diving old style mountain logging roads are in unusually excellent condition following a recent grading program. The superb views of Victorian peaks remain for co-drivers to enjoy and drivers to occasionally glance at. The unique features of the Mitta event are all still there including the amazing service park on the golf course, modern Rally Base with excellent local catering, long no repeat mountain stages, results final on the day, wrapped up with presentation that night in the fantastic Mitta Pub. The bus from Dartmouth will operate again as well. The Mitta Mountain Rally Organising Team wishes competitors well this weekend tackling the Caves Classic, Round 1 of the NSWRC and the Ada River Rally, Round 2 of the VRC, and hopes that all are in a position to submit their early bird entries by 8 pm Monday 16 April. For information as it comes to hand go to http://www.northeasterncarclub.com.au/mitta-mountain-rally.html or facebook Mitta Mountain Rally
Rally HQ will now be based in Mitta, Northern Victoria Click this link for a google map With a central single service. Accommodation will be tight, but the organisers have booked all they can. Get in touch with Accommodation Coordinator Geoff Dunlop on ph 0473017492 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com> and find what suits you best with one call.
This is a BLIND event, with an excellent road book, that teams can rely on, Colin Elliott is the event director. 130-140 km of competition over five blind stages on twisty mountain roads, it looks like all roads will have been graded in last 12 months. Starts early at 0800 on Saturday 5 May, to allow for results to be finalised on the day and presentations held that night.
- Rd 2 of the MTA NSW State Rally Championship
- Rd 2 of the East Coast Classic Rally series
- Part of the Victorian Rally Chamionship
Conducted jointly by North Eastern Car Club and Albury Wodonga and Districts Car Club Lead by Colin Elliott, the team for 2018 will be supported by Road Director Tod Reed, Event Checker Ross Runnalls, past ARC Champion Co driver, 0408 609 968, David West, Public Relations, ph 0407 958 504 and Peter Whitten, Media, ph 0409 236 469, Clerk of Course Col Elliott, Event Secretary Gary Gourlay
NSW Rally Panel Contact:
Should you need anything related to the series partners, the MTA and Rally panel related items For this event the NSW Rally Panel representative is Debbie Quirk 0439 313 435 firstname.lastname@example.org .
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