The Historic Rally Association was formed in 1992. Twenty years on, the HRA now boasts a membership of over 800 from most states of Australia and has grown to be one of the premier rally clubs in Australia...About the HRA
As the heading says. Just found out about it myself. Click HERE to have a look at the Vicroads page with all the details.
A Navigation School at the last HRA Club meeting to be run in conjunction with the Vintage Sporting Car Club.
The date for the school is Sunday 23rd of August @ the East Malvern RSL.
It will be started with a classroom lecture by the well respected and credentialled Navigator / Director Dave Smith.
Results from the Kyneton Day / Night are in and I have updated the Autocross score sheet.
We welcomed new KC SCS competitors on the day...Duncan Benn with a Volvo 360GLT and Ross and Tim with the mighty Mercedes....hope to see you all again soon.
Sunday 26 July 2015
An ideal opportunity to give the ‘other car’ a run and to explore less well-known areas starting at the Westgate Bridge Service Centre outbound and travelling around the “other side” of the bay before heading cross country to Ballan and lunch.
As the heading says, Adam Boulter has for sale a 1979 RX7 shell with rotisserie.
Make him an offer he can't refuse - needs to be gone ASAP as he is moving to Tasmania and can't take it with him.
email him at:
It's been run and won and the results are now official.
Michael Ward/Steuart Snooks for the outright win / 1st P81.
Alan Upton/Mark Laidlay 2nd and 1st H68
Graham Wallis/Phil Nicholas 3rd and 1st PM
Ross O'Reilly/Tim McGill 1st SCS
Joel Wald/Kim Begelhole 1st H81.
Great event again run by Paul McKinnon, Chris Ellis and their team.
Final Results attached.
Blue Ribbon Provisional Results are out and I have updated the KCS SCS Rally score sheet.
I don't expect the results to change...will update if this happens.
Thank you to Chris and Paul and their team for a great event.
Here's the provisional results for the recent Blue Ribbon
These results become final at 8:00pm Tuesday 19 May.
The Shortest Day returns on the 21st. June 2015 as the Byron Bay Shortest Day Cookie Classic.
Winter is generally a pretty depressing time, usually cold, wet & windy, so for your pleasure and enjoyment we would like to drag you out away from your warm and cosy nooks and give you an adventure, something that to our knowledge hasn’t been attempted before.
The further regulations and entry list are available below.
Greta to see there are 24 entries for this event.