Organisers

Organisation of a rally takes months of planning and liaison with various external organisations such as Motorsport Australia, Forestry bodies, local councils and state road authorities (Vic Roads), and emergency services (Police, Fire and Ambulance). Requirements are outlined in the Victorian Rally Bulletin Part B in relation to organisational planning requirements, procedures for special conditions, the minimum requirements for all road events as well as special conditions that may applied depending on the type of rally you are running.

Useful Information and requirements are also available below.

Event Applications

Due to the long consultative process with the DELWP, applications for ALL the next year’s events close on 31st July of the current year.

Events wishing to be included in the VRC or VCRS series for the following year must seek approval from the relevant management committee prior to submitting their road event application to the Victorian Rally Panel.

Fully route charted events may only be conducted by Clerks of Course who hold a Gold, Silver or Bronze Event Command license.

No applications will be accepted after the 31st July closing date, except for “Club” events which do not impact on other calendared events, provided they have the prior approval from the relevant authorities.

Road event application forms along with a map marked with the forest areas your event wishes to use must be received by that date.

The map is available on the DELWP website and is called the Forest Online Explorer Map. This shows all the DELWP areas and you are required to place a line around the area you wish to use. Details on how to use the program is available here.

No event promoter, be they a club or private organisation, will be granted a permit to conduct an event in Victoria if they have monies owing to Motorsport Australia or Motorsport Australia administered funds, owners of roads damaged during the course of events, and/or prizes or prize-monies owed to competitors from previous events.

Area Coordinators

Clerks of Course must ensure the respective Area Co-ordinator countersigns all correspondence to the various authorities. Final route instructions must be lodged with the Area Co-ordinator prior to the event.

Daylesford and Mt Disappointment are no longer available from 1st June to 30th September.

Yarra Valley Forests (Powelltown/Gembrook) are no longer available from 30thApril to 31st October (unless dispensation is granted by the DELWP). Any enquiries relating to Areas, Forest Districts, Shires, etc. should be addressed to the appropriate Area Co-ordinator in the first instance.

Mallee/Murray Goldfields
CO-ORDINATOR
Jason Hague
ADDRESS
jason@smiletimephotobooth.com.au
PHONE
0409 166 975
Wimmera/Far South West/Otways
CO-ORDINATOR
Gary Hodgskiss
ADDRESS
gzh@wilvandee.com.au
PHONE
0408 541 441
Midlands
CO-ORDINATOR
Mike Twycross
ADDRESS
miketwyx@gmail.com
PHONE
0418 994 468
Goulburn/Ovens/Upper Murray
CO-ORDINATOR
Neville Bell
ADDRESS
nrbell8@gmail.com
PHONE
0409 950 519
Murrindindi/Metropolitan
CO-ORDINATOR
Neil Schey
ADDRESS
neil@appion.com.au
PHONE
0488 277 466
Yarra
CO-ORDINATOR
Glad Fish
ADDRESS
gladfish@netspace.net.au
PHONE
0410 148 058
Latrobe/Macalister
CO-ORDINATOR
Bernard Miron
ADDRESS
bernardm@dcsi.net.au
PHONE
0427 581 930
Tambo/Snowy
CO-ORDINATOR
Ross Runnalls
ADDRESS
rossrunnalls@bigpond.com
PHONE
03 5762 6410

Rally Scrutineers

The Victorian Rally Scrutineers Group (VRSG) is responsible under the direction of the Victorian State Council Executive (VSCE) and the Victorian Rally Panel (VRP) for the management of Victorian Rally Scrutineers.

For the list of current Victorian Rally Scrutineers, refer to the Victorian Rally Bulletin Part A.

The scrutineers listed in the VRB Part A are those approved by the VRSG to carry out regional scrutineering when the supplementary regulations permit.

ALL scrutineers are available to give advice before or during a rally car build or re-build.