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Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series 2021/22 – Round 5

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The best motorsport event in Sydney! This Motorsport Australia Award Winning event caters to any competitor from the beginner or junior, right through to the professional driver.

You don’t need a supercar to enter, in fact just about any car will do… borrow your mother in laws Toyota Camry!

– Practically any car can enter
– If it’s a safe car, you can use it
– Non registered cars are ok
– Simple onsite scrutiny from 3pm
– No roll cage needed
– No Co-Driver – No worries, you can enter without
– Perfect for juniors, over 14 can enter
– Friendly team will help you get started
– First car starts at 6pm

Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series 2021/22 – Round 4

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The best motorsport event in Sydney! This Motorsport Australia Award Winning event caters to any competitor from the beginner or junior, right through to the professional driver.

You don’t need a supercar to enter, in fact just about any car will do… borrow your mother in laws Toyota Camry!

– Practically any car can enter
– If it’s a safe car, you can use it
– Non registered cars are ok
– Simple onsite scrutiny from 3pm
– No roll cage needed
– No Co-Driver – No worries, you can enter without
– Perfect for juniors, over 14 can enter
– Friendly team will help you get started
– First car starts at 6pm

Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series 2021/22 – Round 3

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The best motorsport event in Sydney! This Motorsport Australia Award Winning event caters to any competitor from the beginner or junior, right through to the professional driver.

You don’t need a supercar to enter, in fact just about any car will do… borrow your mother in laws Toyota Camry!

– Practically any car can enter
– If it’s a safe car, you can use it
– Non registered cars are ok
– Simple onsite scrutiny from 3pm
– No roll cage needed
– No Co-Driver – No worries, you can enter without
– Perfect for juniors, over 14 can enter
– Friendly team will help you get started
– First car starts at 6pm

Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series 2021/22 – Round 2

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The best motorsport event in Sydney! This Motorsport Australia Award Winning event caters to any competitor from the beginner or junior, right through to the professional driver.

You don’t need a supercar to enter, in fact just about any car will do… borrow your mother in laws Toyota Camry!

– Practically any car can enter
– If it’s a safe car, you can use it
– Non registered cars are ok
– Simple onsite scrutiny from 3pm
– No roll cage needed
– No Co-Driver – No worries, you can enter without
– Perfect for juniors, over 14 can enter
– Friendly team will help you get started
– First car starts at 6pm

Whiteline Tarmac Rallysprint Series 2021/22 – Round 1

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The best motorsport event in Sydney! This Motorsport Australia Award Winning event caters to any competitor from the beginner or junior, right through to the professional driver.

You don’t need a supercar to enter, in fact just about any car will do… borrow your mother in laws Toyota Camry!

– Practically any car can enter
– If it’s a safe car, you can use it
– Non registered cars are ok
– Simple onsite scrutiny from 3pm
– No roll cage needed
– No Co-Driver – No worries, you can enter without
– Perfect for juniors, over 14 can enter
– Friendly team will help you get started
– First car starts at 6pm

Midstate Freight Oberon Stages Rally

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The Midstate Freight Oberon Stages Rally (formally Caves Classic) is a round of the NSW Rally Championship, East Coast Classic Rally Series (4WD and 2WD), Clubman Rally Series, Hyundai Rally Series and NSSCC’s second Gravel Rally for the year. The event builds on the success of previous events in the Oberon Shire and the name change reflects the roads and area used by the event. Check out the dedicated event page for more information.

AMH Automotive Group Rally of the Bay

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RESCHEDULED. The 2021 running of the AMH Rally of the Bay has been moved to the 28th of August.

Clerk of Course: Nigel Bland
Contacts See Contacts Page
Host Club: North Shore Sporting Car Club
Rally HQ: Coachhouse Marina Resort Batemans Bay

Rally Safe inc in entry: YES, (fully automatic, inc timing)
Live results: YES
Paces noted: YES
Blind rally: YES

NSSCC e-Series – Results after Round 3

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The NSSCC Dirt Rally 2 e-Series is now up to Round 4.  The current Pointscore plus stage results for Monte Carlo and a great video below.

Round 4 is the Rally Finland (DLC Required) in NR4 and R4 cars – competition dates are from the 13th of August to 27th of August.

To enter, purchase the leading rally game Dirt 2.0 on your PC, Mac, Xbox or PlayStation platform.  Once you have purchased and installed Dirt Rally 2.0 on your preferred platform, click here and create a Codemasters account. After you have logged in, you will be able to request access to the NSSCC e-Sports competitions.

Send your racenet username, real name, and NSSCC club ID number to eseries@nsscc.com.au

We will then grant you access to the Club page after which you will be able to join in the competition via the game portal. We will grant access every Monday

AMH Automotive Group Rally of the Bay pushed back to November

By News, Rally, Rally of the Bay 2021, Wheelspin

The 2021 AMH Rally of the Bay organising team recently met to decide on the 2021 running of the AMH Rally of the Bay. The team considered a range of options and have decided to consult competitors and partners with the view to running the event on the 13th of November.

Event Manager, Nigel Bland said that there are many factors to consider in making any decision and that North Shore Sporting Car Club (NSSCC) has a responsibility to both the Community of Batemans Bay as well as rally teams to run the rally this year.

“We have major partners on the South Coast who supported our event this year, plus some have also been involved with the rally for many years”, Bland said. “We need to do the right thing by these partners and also consider what our competitors want from us”.

“We know our partners want us to proceed, we know the community of Batemans Bay want us to run the rally, so we now need to understand what the majority of our competitors want.”, added Bland.

“We know that the date we are proposing is going to be unpopular with some as the end of the year will have a lot of events close together, but unfortunately we have been put in this position by circumstances beyond our control”, Bland concluded.

In choosing the proposed date of the 13th of November the club carefully considered other events, however, that was the only date available to NSSCC and club President Brett Middleton expects that most competitors will want the rally to go ahead.

“It’s been a difficult time for all motorsport events”, Middleton said. “We’ve already asked some of our teams what they want to do, and the vast majority have agreed we should run the event. We’ve still got 76 entries confirmed and we plan to contact each team and give them the opportunity to provide us their feedback on the proposed date”, Middleton concluded.

NSSCC will give teams and stakeholders the opportunity to provide their feedback and input. The club will provide further information in coming days.

Photo: Taylor Gill and Peter Harris at the 2020 AMH Rally of the Bay – Photo by Roy Meuronen.

AMH Automotive Group Rally of the Bay Proceeding on 28 August

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Photo: Bruce Moxon

The 2021 AMH Rally of the Bay organising team has officially announced that the 2021 running of the AMH Rally of the Bay will now take place on Saturday the 28th of August.
Event Manager, Nigel Bland is confident that when the current NSW lockdowns are lifted the team from North Shore Sporting Car Club (NSSCC) will be ready to run the event.

“We’ve been really lucky to have a number of volunteers based in Batemans Bay come on board to help us get things ready. Whilst we can’t get down to the Bay ourselves, our volunteers have been getting out into the forests preparing for the rally”, Bland said.

“The current COVID situation is very fluid, and we really don’t know what restrictions will be in place by the end of August, so we are moving forward with the event as planned. Should things change, we’ll make that decision closer to the event”, added Bland.

The proposed date of the 28th of August was originally slated for a Rallysprint run by Shoalhaven and Kiama Districts Auto Club (SKDAC) and was offered to NSSCC.

“We really appreciate SKDAC giving up their rallysprint date so we could re-schedule our event. In fact, we didn’t even have to ask them. They offered it up to us when it looked like the restrictions would impact the event. We really want to thank SKDAC and particularly SKDAC President Peter Ewing for the club’s generosity” Bland concluded.

The Rally of the Bay is still looking for officials and volunteers and if you would like to assist on the 28th August, simply send an email to andrew.benefield@nsscc.com.au