Frequently Asked Questions

What is performance rally racing?

  • Rally car racing is modified street-legal production cars racing as fast as possible on underdeveloped roads (stages) in any weather conditions against the clock. Cars will slip, slide, and jump through miles of roads trying not to hit rocks and trees. A navigator accompanies the driver verbally issuing instructions on what turns are coming. The car with the fastest stage time wins the stage. The car with the lowest combined stage time wins the rally event.

How do i get started in rally?

  • Becoming a driver is a big commitment that takes time, money and hard work. First, you should check out a rally in person, either as a spectator or volunteer worker. Being a volunteer at a rally will enable you to meet with teams, drivers and rally officials, ask them questions, and get a general sense of what it really takes to be involved at any given level. Next step would be to read the rule book that you should be aware of before purchasing or building a rally car.

What does it mean to volunteer at rally?

  • Rallies are only possible with the help of hundreds of volunteers that do everything from spectator control to help with timing and scoring. As a volunteer you will have the chance to watch the rally from the best locations – spectator control volunteers get to stand in the best spots, closest to the action. You’ll also get to meet teams, drivers and rally officials for a true insider experience. Every rally could always use more volunteers.

How do you attend a rally event and how much are tickets??

  • Rallies are usually free to the public! You may need to pay for a spectator guide, which will give you all the details on the designated spectator areas.You may only watch a rally from these designated areas. However many rallies offer these spectator guides free of charge at events.