Bulletin No 1 was released on 4 July 2018 and are issued as further regulations.
There are minor updates to the Supplementary regulations and important information regarding fuel including types available, distances between service points and event distances.
This bulletin can be found on the Documents and Forms Page
In the COT January 2018 Newsletter it was advised that the 2018 National Rally Code issued by CAMS listed Club Rally Cars as being ineligible for National Events.
After numerous competitors indicated they are planning to enter a Club Rally Car a proposal was presented to the Australian Rally Commission (ARCOM) at its January 2018 meeting seeking exemptions for COT, this being a National Other event.
After giving due consideration to the presentation the Commission agreed to allow these cars to be entered in the COT. The ineligibility ruling was intended for Championship events. Continue reading
COT18 Pre-Regulations, which will provide intending competitors with the essential details they require to prepare themselves for the Classic Outback Trial 2018.
Pre-Regulations contain information on the governance of the event, entries and Technical Regulations (ie: vehicle eligibility and decals on vehicles). The Supplementary Regulations, to be issued early April 2018, will contain the Sporting Regulations.
COT18 Pre-Regulations are available on the Documents and Forms page.
Clerk of Course
The official noticeboard will be used by the Clerk of Course and Event Director to post messages and official documents for the information of competitors in the lead up to and during the 2018 Classic Outback Trial.
Entrants and competitors should check this page on a regular basis.
Clerk of Course