Motorsport Australia MRF Tyres South Australian Rally Championship (SARC)

 

2021 SA Rally Championship winners
Driver: Jamie “Jabber” Pohlner
Co-driver: Adam “Beaker” Branford
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2022 Results

Championship Standings (after Copyworld Walky 100)

2022 Dates

  • Round 1 – 3rd/4th/5th June 2022 – AGL Rally SA: Rally of the Heartland at Burra, run by RallyOne
  • Round 2 – 13th August 2022 – Copyworld Walky 100 Rally at Eudunda, run by the Walkerville All Cars Club
  • Round 3 – 18th September 2022 – MSS Safety Rally Barossa at Tanunda, run by RallyOne
  • Round 4 – 22nd/23rd October 2022 – AGI Sport Adelaide Hills Rally, run by UME

Documents

2022 SA Rally Championship Sporting Regulations (updated 5th Sep 2022)

SARC/SACS/SARS Registration Form. Any crew member (Driver AND Co-Driver) wishing to compete in the SA Rally Championship, SA Clubman Series or SA Regularity Series must register via this form before the first round they contest for the year.

SARC/SACS/SARS Registration List (click here to see a list of registered competitors for the current year).

Allocated Car Numbers

Driver Performance Index report

Rally Buddy System

Past SARC winners

2021 Results

Final Points
For individual event results, go to the results page.


News

2022 Documents & Car Numbers

The following documents for the 2022 season have now been released and published on the web site. SA Conditions of ...
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2022 Registrations Open Now!

Registrations for the 2022 rally season are now open. Please note registration is required for all of the following championships/series ...
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2022 SARC Preview

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2021 Final Point Score

Please note the attached point score information for both the 2021 Motorsport Australia MRF SA Rally Championship and the 2021 ...
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