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COT20 Pre-Regulations updated – ensure you have the latest version…

COT Pre-Regulations for Classic and Modern Competitions were updated and re-issued on 30 July 2019. While there were a number of corrections, the updated document does contain some important changes over the version first in relation to vehicle eligibility.

Competitors should check their document and if necessary, download the version issued on 30 July 2019 from the Documents and Forms page. Continue reading

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COT20 Pre-regulations are now available…

COT20 Pre-regulations for Classic and Modern Competitions are now available.

The Pre-regulations provide intending competitors with the essential details they may need to prepare themselves for the 2020 Classic Outback Trial.

They include information on the governance of the event, entries and Technical Regulations such as vehicle eligibility and decals on vehicles.

The Supplementary Regulations, to be issued early April 2020, will contain the Sporting Regulations.

The Pre-regulations are on the Documents and Forms page.



Early birds got their spots…

The organising committee got a great confidence boost with the 20 early bird nominations filling so quickly.

Thank you all.

Since then, COT2020 now has 26 nominations. See the full list: COT2020 Nominations as at 4 July 2019.

Due to time restrictions in August entries will be limited to 60.

So, to ensure your spot complete the relevant nomination form and pay the deposit to guarantee your place.  PLEASE list your name as an identifyer when making EFT deposits.

Pre-regs will be available by the end of July, and will cover administration, entry, vehicle eligibility and signs of vehicles.

Philip Bernadou
Event Director


COT20 is on!

It’s on again!!

After much consultation with competitors, service crews, and of course, analysing the overall costs to compete in Australia’s only marathon gravel rally, we have decided to take the COT back home to the wonderful roads of Outback NSW.

Although the course is still to be finalised, the event will still carry on the tradition of 7 days of competition with 5 special stages per day. Continue reading