The X board is not a management committee… it’s a rally sign that the Classic Outback Trial uses in conjunction with caution boards to show crews the exact position of a hazard. The X board was an innovation in COT 2014, introduced to help crews see the location of disguised or hard to see hazards.
CAMS recently released a news article entitled “FAQs: CAMS Safety Cage Structures” that will be of interest to COT18 competitors.
CAMS have recently announced changes to helmet standards that will impact a wide range of events, including the Classic Outback Trial. Please see links to CAMS news announcement and the technical bulletin below. Continue reading
RallySafe is a key part of the safety framework for the 2014 Classic Outback Trial.
All cars need to buy and fit a Rallysafe Installation kit before the event. The event will provide the RallySafe unit, but you need to have the kit installed and ready to plug it in.
Competitors will be pleased to hear that Gary Harrison from Gary’s Motorsport Tyres/Dunlop Motorpsort will be bringing his very well equipped rally service truck on the 2014 Classic Outback Trial. Gary will be with us for the duration of the event, visiting all the service points.
If you want to place an order or discuss your COT tyre needs, give Gary a call. Information below…
Gary’s Motorsport Tyres
Unit 3 13 Penny Place
Arndell Park NSW
Web – garysmotorsporttyres.com.au
Phone – 02 9676 8655
Mobile – 0418 968613
Rally Safe will be used in all cars competing in the 2014 Classic Outback Trial.
We recommend that all crew members review the competitor information provided by Rally Safe well before the event.
It an be found on their website at http://rallysafe.com.au/2013/02/competitors/
It includes FAQs, a very well put together briefing video and information on how to obtain a fitting kit.