This Event this year is Round 1 of the 2019 Victorian Rally Championship, Round 1 of the NSW Rally Championship and Round 1 of the East Coast Classic Rally Series. It will be held on Saturday 2 March 2019 based at Mitta Mitta an hour’s drive south east of Albury/Wodonga in north eastern Victoria. It also includes a separate event – the 2019 Mitta Masters; catering for just classic cars; over thirty years old, and recognising the most successful classic drivers and co-drivers in their 50’s, 60’s and over 70’s.
The event will be blind, with only five stages of 14-55 km distance each, totalling more than 135 km with no repeats, looping out of the small town of Mitta Mitta located in North Eastern Victoria.
The Multi-Purpose Centre at the Mitta Recreation Reserve will again provide an excellent dining and relaxation hub for the Service Park. The Bar and café will be operated by local volunteers, open Friday night for dinner, coffee and beverages, then Saturday for breakfast and lunch through the day, as well as Sunday morning for breakfast before heading home. Servicing will take place on the adjacent fairway of the first hole of the local golf course. Spectators will be catered for by walk-in points at the end of three of the five stages.
Clerk of Course: Colin Elliott
Contact: 0408178 214
Monday 14th January, 2019
Wednesday 20th February, 2019
Host Car Club:
North Eastern Car Club in conjunction with the Albury Wodonga and District Car Club
Mitta Mitta Victoria
Guide to NSW competitors:
Clerk of Course:
Phone: 0408178 214
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