What does it take to run a rally?
To run a rally is a major undertaking. Long gone are the days of marking out a route on a map 2 days prior, turning up on the day with some stop watches and sending rally cars hurtling into the forest.
These days there’s months of planning, tonnes of paperwork and hundreds of officials to organise before anyone can even drive a rally car over the starting ramp. Safety is the number one priority and to ensure the rally runs smoothly, much is done in the lead up to the event. Here’s an inside look at just one day in the life of the chief of a rally, known as the Clerk of Course. Read More