Safety video aimed at competitors in the WA Rally Championship. Please make sure that you understand and remember all of the processes in this video.
Rules, Regulations and Important Information:
WA Rally Series Regulations requirements supplement the CAMS Manual of Motor Sport, Rally / Road, National Rally Code and define the conditions for the competition of championship rallies and series conducted in Western Australia.
The CAMS Manual of Motorsport is the rules and regulations for all Motorsport run under the Confederation of Australian Motorsport. There are a number of sections of this document that also related to Rallying.
This section of the CAMS manual contains some of the specific rules that relate just to Rallying in Australia. Note that there are many other parts of the CAMS Manual that also relate to Rallying, this is not the only section.
Both the State Championship and Clubman Masters Series competitors are required to run RallySafe, and Clubman competitors are strongly advised to do so as well. The unit will be provided at each event, but as a competitor you need to purchase a fitting kit and have that installed in your car before Scrutineering. This kit contains the antennas, wiring, and mounts for the unit.
Documentation and Forms:
Before every event, each car has to go to Scrutineering to be checked. This form is to be filled in for Scrutineering for every event. Print it out and take it with you, to make the Scrutineering process as simple as possible.
Required for any cars that are not licenced. This permit must be filled in and submitted to the Department of Transport for every event. Please allow two weeks for the processing and return of your permit. Contact numbers are on the form. Note that permit costs do apply.
As a part of the entry to each event, any Service Crew that you have will need to be signed on for the event. This form needs to be filled in and submitted at each event.
WA Rally Panel Meeting Minutes:
The WA Rally Advisory Panel meets every month. The minutes of these meetings are posted on the CAMS website, as listed above.