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The Victoria Club Rally Series (VCRS) is run each year involving invited car clubs. Sticking to the roots of rallying VCRS events incorporate both navigational and mapped components and are generally run at night in the state forests of Victoria. The series is scored over a minimum of 4 rounds each year hosted by the clubs invited to the series. Drivers and Navigators graded from ‘Rookie’ through to ‘B’ grade are eligible to contest the series in rally cars conforming to the Series Regulations.

This year the series will comprise 6 rounds. The opening round will not be until April where crews will enjoy the forest roads of Powelltown and Neerim. Then heading over to the east, crews will compete in their first night event of the series around Murray Goldfields region. This event will also include a Novice Trial for first time competitors. Following this, the Nissan Nightmoves will take competitors into the Heathcote and Rushworth forest for one the series most famous and longest running events.

Back into the Yarra Valley, home of some of the best roads in Victoria used in all forms of rallying up to the ARC, crews will be challenged with long endurance stages at the Spring 200. For the first time crews will be treated to a combined event with the South Australian Rally Championship Special Stage rally in the South West. The series will again conclude with the return of the Autumn Midnight Trial, hosted by CCRMIT that will treat competitors to the best roads around Heyfield.

The VCRS encourages participation at all ages. Entrants under 25 years of age are able to enter the Junior Cup while a Senior Cup is available to crews and their vehicles with a total combined age of 120 years.

The Member Clubs are as follows:

  • Ballarat Light Car Club (BLCC)
  • Car Club of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (CCRMIT)
  • Cerberus Car Club Inc (CerbCC)
  • Ford Four Car Club (FFCC)
  • Historic Rally Association (HRA)
  • Kyneton Car Club (KCC)
  • Melbourne University Car Club Inc (MUCC)
  • Melton Motor Sports Club (MMSC)
  • North Eastern Car Club Inc (NECC)
  • Nissan Car Club of Australia Inc (NCCA)
  • Pakenham Auto Club (PAC)
  • Rover Scout Motorsport (RSM)
  • Western District Car Club (WDCC)

Get in contact with a participating CAMS affiliated car club to find out how you can be part of the series.