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New South Wales, Australia.

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While we're on the topic of 'Rally Directions'. As always, a magazine is only as good as the content it gets from Club members. Please consider sending the Club Editor any content you think would be of interest to the readers. Many Thanks.

Please Note: There may be a delay in the release of the upcoming Rally Directions. Jen, is doing her utmost best in finalising the magazine. In the meantime, please check here and on our Facebook page for details on future events.

Results now available for the 2016 MG Classic

Championship results are available here.

Next CRC Club Meeting
27th of September. Meetings are held at the Denistone Sports Club. The CRC welcomes all newcomers.

Next CRC Championship Round
22nd & 23rd of October 2016 Alpine Classic
Get your entries in!

The Classic Rally Club of New South Wales is the home of classic navigational rallying on the east coast of Australia. On our website you can learn all about classic rallying, see what rallies are on the calendar and read the monthly newsletters to see what we have been up to.

Classic rallying involves recreational car rally events held on sealed roads open to the public. Classic rallies are not races. The emphasis is on using navigational skills to follow route instructions.

A series of events is held throughout the year, most of which have divisions for differing levels of navigator skill.

Any vehicle that is road registered (or on historic vehicle plates) and has at least two seats is eligible to enter events.

We welcome people who are interested to come along to our monthly meetings.


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