(Updated 23rd Feb 2018 )
(Updated 23rd Feb 2018 )
CAMS rally licence
Yes, all rallies require restrictors.
Numbers are provided at event documentation.
Sorry, we are unable to guarantee car number.
Depending on the event you enter, best see the supplementary regulations for clothes you can wear.
That is up to you, the course is no different to a suburban street or freeway.
You decide how fast you go.
For the S2 event, you dont, but you do get a discount if you are a NSSCC member.
S1 event drivers must be a NSSCC member as it is a closed to club event.
S1 event drivers must be a NSSCC member as it is a closed to club event. Otherwise, this is optional.
Yes, the rules require a co-driver.
Easy, please enter the event with TBA and secure your spot, we can then help you find a co driver, before the event via PR on the internet.
No, you really need a rally car based set up
Yes, please see the regs
Yes, we would love to have you help promote and drive entries for the event. Having more entrants will ensure the event is brought back next year.
No, you can arrive and leave the same day OR Camp at Rally HQ!
No, this is a blind rally and a detailed road book is provided.
Very accurate, its been checked by several senior event organisers, PLUS Neal Bates and Coral Taylor.
You can RELY on the road book.
Results will be based on driver and co driver separately.
In previous years it has been based on driver AND co driver as a team, but this made scoring confusing.
This is a great way to share the fun with sponsors, family and friends
According to North Shore Sporting Car Club’s president, Brett Middleton, the Twilight series will particularly give tarmac rally exponents a chance to hone their skills and technique while having a fun evening in a safe and controlled environment.
As a Class S1 Rallysprint the Twilight Tarmac Series will be run under the CAMS National Rally Code and Rallysprint regulations with both a driver and co-driver in each car, both requiring a level 2S licence or higher and with closed top cars not requiring a roll cage, opening the event up for novices wanting to get a taste of rallying before making a larger commitment
“We also recommend full harnesses however appropriate lap sash belts will be allowed and drivers 14 and over are able to enter and take part in the Twilight Tarmac events,” he said.
Each car will have the chance to have at least five runs over the course at each event and cars can be entered multiple times with a different driver for each entry.
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