Having spent years on developing our proprietary timekeeping equipment, in August 2020 we had to call it quits. We knew it was going to be a monumental task, and eventually…
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It’s been 3 years since the last rally, and 2 years since the last social drive. In this time, all efforts of the Australia Classic team went into developing the…
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Happy New Year, classic car fans! 2017 is already starting on a better foot than last year and we are happy to report that the development of our proprietary timekeeping…
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- Precision rallying, like the Australia Classic series is a form of motor sport conducted on public roads alongside regular traffic and adheres to all road rules and regulations.
- The entry fee includes multiple meals for the drivers as well as for the navigators, a Roadbook, decals, lanyards and passes, baseball caps and a comfortable, branded polo shirt too.
- Competitors do not need to know where they are other than how far the next junction is. The Roadbook describes the route in great detail showing every intersection, landmark, time control point and 1/100 challenge.
- In addition to the “classic” category, entries of replicas, hot-rods and supercars are also allowed.