Rally Sprint FAQ's
Q1. Do I need a rally car/roll cage to enter?
A. No, the specs are similar to Autocross or Khanacross, however we strongly recommend fitting race harnesses.
Q2. Do I need need a rally license?
A. No. The minimum of an AASA day license or CAMS Speed license is all you need (both driver and co-driver)
Q3. Do I need race suit, hans device etc?
A. No, apparel and helmet standards are similar to Khanacross or Autocross (more info in regs).
Q4. What is the minimum age?
A. 14 years old, however must have previously competed in motorsport to be able to drive.
Q5. How many drivers can use the same car?
A. Up to two drivers can use the same car (separate entry for each). Multiple co-drivers allowed.
Q6. Does each co-driver have to pay an entry as well?
A. No. Only the driver pays (unless you con your co-driver into paying the entry for you)
Q7. I have a rally car, it doesn't comply with PRC/C1/C2/C3 and/or is unrestricted, can I enter?
A. Yes. You can enter a London taxi with a F1 engine fitted as long as it is complies with all the safety requirements.
Q8. My competition license and/or club membership has expired, can I still enter?
A. Have you been reading these FAQ's? Check Q2.
Q9. Where is the Rally Sprint?
A. At our venue in Dowerin.
Q10. What's the track/surface like?
A. The stage(s) are purpose built for rally sprints. They are all dirt comprising of loam, clay and gravel. Each round of the rally sprint series will have a different track configuration and running schedule. After each event the tracks are graded and rolled ready for the next round.
Q11. Why can't I use a Motocross helmet, and how do I tell if my helmet does not comply?
A. Some motocross/motorcycle helmets do not have a standard on them. To be able to be used in a rally sprint, the helmet must comply with a standard listed in the regs. If there is no label on or in your helmet, you won't be able to use it.