Rallying is one of the world’s most thrilling motor sport disciplines, and equally the most social. With crews in the CAMS Australian Rally Championship visiting various towns across the nation, there is a sense of camaraderie in the championship unlike any other discipline.
The best way to graduate to the Australian Championship is to also get your eye in through our various CAMS State Rally Championships.
See the tabs below for more information on how you can get involved in rallying.
To go rallying at club or state level, you just need a Clubman Level licence. This also applies for navigators.
All rally licence applicants must complete the online CAMS Rally Licence Lecture, and then later an Observed Licence Test (OLT). Driving applicants over 25 do not require an OLT if they have held a civil drivers licence for more than five years.
To compete in the Australian Championship, you require a minimum of a National Rally licence.
If you intend to compete in events overseas, or at FIA level in Australian events such as WRC Rally Australia or the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship, you will need an International Licence.
In the CAMS Australian Rally Championship, there are two Championship classes – ARC and its feeder championship ARC2.
There are no registration fees to be eligible for ARC or ARC2 points, you just need to register your details.
The ARC2 is intended as a pathway for state competitors to compete in national competition, without committing to a full season of ARC competition. More information about the format is available at the ARC2 nomination page.