Some details of the event, specific to Regularity competitors, are:
|Name of Event:||2021 Classic Outback Trial Regularity Rally|
|Inclusive dates:||22 to 28 August 2021|
|Preliminary activities:||In Parkes, NSW on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 August, including Documentation, Scrutiny, Official Briefing, Shakedown and Welcome Function|
|Event starts:||In Parkes, NSW on Sunday 22 August|
|Event finishes:||In Bathurst, NSW on Saturday 28 August|
|Overnight locations:||Saturday, Sunday and Monday overnight stops will be in Parkes|
Tuesday and Wednesday will be in Orange
Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be in Bathurst
|Event times:||All on-road activities will be in daylight|
|Road conditions:||Most regularity sections will be on gravel roads|
|Regularity distance:||740 km of regularity sections|
|Total event distance:||1660 km total event distance|
|Servicing:||No restriction on overnight servicing time|
|Daily finishes:||Early afternoon finish most days|
|Other information:||Friendly and relaxed atmosphere at all times!|
The Classic Outback Trial Regularity is a mostly gravel, daylight regularity rally which is run in conjunction with the Classic Outback Trial Special Stage Rally. Competitors will experience a relaxed atmosphere, serious but very fair competition, great camaraderie and very friendly marshals.
All competition for the Classic Outback Trial Regularity is held during daylight hours. There is no night time competition, no need for driving lights and there is ample time for plenty of sleep each night.
While the main overnight and lunch stops will be the same for both the rally and the regularity events, giving an opportunity for crews in each event to mingle, the route for the regularity has been chosen specifically for regularity competitors. Lunch stops will be taken at Condobolin, Molong, Carcour, Sofala and Black Springs.
As well as open shire roads regularity sections, both forest and closed shire road special stages will be incorporated in the regularity event.
The total distance will be some 1650 kilometres with 880 kilometres (54%) forming the competition. The daily distances will vary from 150 to 300 kilometres per day, with all days having a ‘respectful’ time of starting and the days being completed by mid- afternoon.