In 2017, the Monaro Stages was a huge success running local shire roads around Cooma.
The 2018 event will continue with a similar format with the addition of forest roads.
The relaxed and friendly atmosphere of the event will continue to be our focus.
The local car club and town of Cooma have embraced the rally and are hugely supportive of the Light Car Club of Canberra and the event.
As with all Rally NSW events our number ONE focus is you our customer, choose our event and our friendly team promise to deliver a fun, safe, low cost event.
Rally HQ will now be based in Cooma.
The 2018 Monaro Stages will start & finish in the Cooma Showground, adjacent to Cooma Bowling Club. The club will also be the presentation venue for the Monaro Stages.
Service & regroup will be located at Bombala.
2018 Monaro Stages is a blind event, with an excellent road book that teams can rely on.
The event will use a mixture of local State Forests and Shire roads between Cooma and Bombala.
Organisers are planning a 150-200km competitive event, with NSW State Rally & East Coast Classic competitors running a longer event, remaining Series will run a shorter event.
- Rnd 6 of the NSW State Rally Championship
- Rnd 6 of the East Coast Classic Rally series
- Rnd 6 Clubman Rally Series
- Rnd 6 Development Rally Series
- Rnd 6 Hyundai Rally Series
- ACT Regional Rally Series
Clerk of Course: David Ballard Mobile: 0427 285145
Deputy Clerk of Course: Kim Day Mobile: 0422 090928
Secretary: Debbie Quirk Mobile: 0439 313435
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