What is it?
  • Compete against the clock while driving on either tarmac or gravel stages
  • £££
  • human person
  • human person
  • U18
  • DRv Lic24
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Reasons we think you will love it!

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Drive as fast as you can down narrow, twisty roads

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Jumps!
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The team element working with your co-driver

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THE STAGE RALLYING PATHWAY (DRIVING)

SINGLE VENUE RALLY

A single-venue stage rally is an event based at one venue, usually on an airfield or military ground. The event will traditionally use one stage repeatedly, with each crew completing a few laps. They’re a great way to get to grips with your car, your co-driver, and experience stage rallying.

The course may be defined by hay bales, cones or old tyres and certain sections of the stage will likely be altered throughout the day or run in reverse. Each crew will be issued with a stage diagram on the morning of the event, and your co-driver will use this to direct you around the stage.

You will have the opportunity to return to service between stages, allowing you to work on your car, change tyres or make any setup changes.

Generally, entry fees are cheaper for single venue events and there is less risk of damage to your vehicle. Check out footage of the Circuit Rally Championship for inspiration, or head along to an event near you and chat to competitors.

Once you’re ready to get started purchase your Motorsport UK Rallying Starter pack which includes the cost of your first rally competition licence and details all you need to know to go rallying. See you on the stages!

 

For more information, check out the video below:

MULTI-VENUE STAGE RALLY

A multi-venue stage rally takes in multiple competitive sections, or stages, which are joined together by road sections on the public highway. Stages tend to take place on forest tracks or on closed-public roads.

It’s you vs the clock as your co-driver navigates you through the event using route notes supplied by the event organisers. The crew that completes the event in the lowest aggregate time wins. But beware, you will receive penalties for checking into a timing control early or late.

The majority of multi venue stage rallies have no more than 45 competitive stage miles, but road mileage will vary depending on the event location.

A standard event format would see technical checks and event sign-on taking place on the Friday afternoon prior, with the main event taking place all-day on a Saturday. It is therefore important to build in food, travel and accommodation costs into your event budget.

A ‘one make’ series can be a good place to start to keep costs down and compete against a friendly community in similar vehicles.

Check out rallying footage on Motorsport UK TV for inspiration, or head along to an event near you and chat to competitors in the service area.

Once you’re ready to get started, purchase your Motorsport UK Rallying Starter Pack which includes the cost of your first rally competition licence and details all you need to know to go rallying. See you on the stages!

 

For more information, check out the video below:

Order your Rallying Starter Pack

Get ready to hit the stages! A Motorsport UK Go Rallying pack is your first step in obtaining a Rally Licence.

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