Entries nearly full…

Following a recent surge of new entries for the Classic Outback Trial, only a few places remain in the entry list before a full capacity is reached.

Event Director, Phil Bernadou has confirmed that following the reinstatement by the Federal and State Governments of sporting events, after the long Covid-19 induced lockdowns and travel restrictions experienced in most states, that there we only nine spaces left in the Special Stage event and seven spaces in the regularity event.

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Updated Supplementary Regulations

Updated Supplementary Regulations for both the COT Rally and COT Regularity competitions are now available.

Classic Outback Trial Supplementary Regulations V8.2 for the Rally competition are on the Rally Docs and Forms page.

Classic Outback Trial Regularity Supplementary Regulations V6.2 for the Regularity competition are on the Regularity Docs and Forms page.

These updated Supplementary Regulations have been approved by Motorsport Australia and replace previous documents. They have been rewritten from the original document issued in 2019 and subsequent updates, and should be re-read.

Philip Bernadou
Clerk of the Course

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Co-driver needed…

Are you an experienced co-driver and interested in competing in #COT22?

A potential entrant has called and he’s looking for a co-driver to team with him.

It will be a fast ride – it’s in a Ford Capri Perana with an experienced driver. As co-driver, you need to have some experience and be prepared to share some costs.

If you’re interested, contact Philip Bernadou (, 0412 498 602) and we’ll put you in touch.


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Fifth time lucky: put 27 March to 2 April, 2022 in your calendar

Event Director, Philip Bernadou, today announced the new date for the rescheduled Classic Outback Trial: 27 March to 2 April, 2022.

He said that the event program will be exactly as planned, but rescheduled to start on Sunday March 27, 2022.

Originally calendared for August 2020, the event was postponed to November 2020, March 2021, August 2021, and now to March 2022.

“We envisage that by March/April 2022 the vaccination rate will be high enough to allow state and international borders to reopen,” Phil Bernadou, said.

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