Any person interested in entering the event is encouraged to submit details of the vehicle to the organisers to check on its eligibility and receive confirmation in writing if it is eligible for the event, providing confidence to prepare the vehicle. Continue reading
This event proved to be very popular on the last COT and gaining more interest in other organised events, we are again considering conducting a regularity category in the 2020 event.
It will also be conducted over the 7 days and will incorporate the majority of the COT special stages. Continue reading
There will be 4 events during COT week: Classic, Modern, Regularity and the Tagalong Tour.
Modern and Regularity categories will depend on a minimum of 15 entries per category. Should we not receive this number, all monies paid will be fully refunded.Attached is the Nomination forms for Classic and Modern categories. Continue reading
If you or your vehicle aren’t up for for the full-on Classic Outback Trial, then why not tagalong?
The Classic Outback Trial Tagalong Tour will commence in Parkes on the morning of Sunday 9th August 2020, and finish in Bathurst with the Classic Outback Tour (COT) Gala Presentation on the evening of Saturday 15th August 2020. Continue reading
We’re still working out the details, but the currently the itinerary looks like this: Continue reading
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
Andrew and David Travis celebrate COT win #4. Photo: Phil Williams.
Bathurst son and father combination, Andrew and David Travis have claimed a remarkable third consecutive Classic Outback Trial and fourth in five attempts after winning the 2018 edition by more than nine minutes. Continue reading
Can the Travis pair make it three in a row? Photo: Ian Smith
Andrew and David Travis head into the final day of the Lasseters Classic Outback Trial with a lead of more than nine minutes, after dominating the final three stages of day six. Continue reading
The start order for Day 6 for COT18 crews is now available and can be found on the Documents and Forms Page
The Travis’ duo pass an outback windmill. on Day 2. Photo: Phil Williams.
Phil Kerr and Jenny Cole hit trouble on day two of the Lasseters Classic Outback Trial, while Andrew and David Travis extended their advantage at the top of the leaderboard, winning three out of the day’s five stages.