Thinking about competing in the penultimate round of the 2019 CAMS Australian Rally Championship? Entries for the Adelaide Hills Rally close on Friday, so get in quick.
With the likes of CAMS Australian Rally Championship leader Harry Bates and co-driver John McCarthy already entered, those yet to secure their place are being encouraged to do so before Friday’s cut-off.
Other entrants already confirmed include Lewis Bates, Luke Anear, John O’Dowd, Ben Calder and Molly Taylor – while Zayne Admiraal, Damian Reed, Stephen Mee, Steven Fisher and Kristian Wohlstadt have cross-entered in both the ARC and CAMS MRF South Australian Rally Championship.
Covering 214 competitive kilometres, the event also includes the Super Special Stage at The Bend Motorsport Park – a stage which proved extremely popular with competitors and fans alike.
The Bend’s Super Special Stage is unique in Australian rallying, with competitors taking on the stage in pairs – providing a thrilling spectator experience. This year, the Super Special Stage will take place on Saturday evening, with competitors taking on the 1.67km stage twice – acting as the final two stages of Heat 1.
Organisers have also confirmed an improved Service Park will be set up on the main oval in Mount Barker.
The 2019 Adelaide Hills Rally will also act as a round of the CAMS Classic Cup, the CAMS MRF South Australian Rally Championship and the CAMS SA Clubman Series.