PromoterBrindabella Motor Sport Club
EventRound 2 DRS/HRS, Roadbook
Clerk of CourseMichael Taylor
The Narooma Forest Rally returns again for 2017! Come and enjoy the best roads in NSW in a fun and laidback event which attracts some of the top competitors in rallying.
Once again the event is a round of the Techworkz Development Rally Series and ACT Rally Series.
The event will run in a similar format to previous years, with 6 stages mainly run in daylight due to forest residents.
The event will use Rallysafe like it did in 2016 so please order a rallysafe wiring loom before the event.
Entries are now closed for The Narooma Forest Rally.Seeded Start List
Clerk of Course
0439 448 356
The 2017 Narooma Forest Rally saw an awesome field of competitors take to the roads around Narooma NSW on Saturday the 22nd July. The results are final for the event and congratulations to all the teams who competed and finished successfully in the event. 2017 Narooma Forest Rally Highlights:Continue Reading →
Strong interest in the 2017 Narooma Forest Rally has forced the organisers to extend the maximum field capacity to accommodate the number of entries received to date. 54 entries have been received for the event so far, requiring the Brindabella Motor Sport Club to adjust the itinerary to extend the field from 50 to 60 […]Continue Reading →
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The Wagga & District Car Club, the Albury Wodonga and Districts Car Club and the North Eastern Car Club all want to rebuild their rallying profiles, and given the difficulty of attracting entries from the distant big competitor bases in Sydney and Melbourne have come up with the an exciting series that should get the […]Continue Reading →