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Get Involved!

There are many ways to get involved with rallysport - navigational rallies, performance rallies and rallycross. Or volunteer at any of the events; some performance events have over 200 volunteers helping! Being a volunteer at the performance events can get you up close to the action, and gives you insight into how the events run. Interested in exploring the province? Helping at a navigational rally will take you to some places you never imagined.
Or just jump in to Navigational (or TSD) rallies. They're the cheapest and easiest way to get started. A regular road-worthy vehicle (car, pickup truck, minivan), a willing partner, some basic tools (calculator, digital timepiece, pencils) and you're on your way. There's always a basic introduction before every rally.
Performance rallies require more of an investment, but the rewards are great! Two people working together to go as fast as they can on a closed road.
Rallycross lets you get a taste of performance rallying at a fraction of the cost. Take your daily driver, plop on a helmet, and have a go at a short dirt and gravel course.

Check out the calendar below for events, and the links on the left for more info. Join a club; contact  one of the RSO-affiliated clubs below and learn more about rally.

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Mini Monte Rally 2014

The Mini Monte Family-Friendly, Multi-Route Nav Rally
July 27, 2014

The original Monte-Carlo rally was conceived as an endurance test for the automobile and driver, first running in 1911. It grew to be an event which had multiple starting points all over Europe. The 2012 Monte-Carlo historic rally had start points in Barcelona, Glasgow, Oslo, Reims, Torino and Warsaw. The concentration runs met in Monaco and then all the competitors ran roads in the area including the famous Col de Turini.

Our Mini Monte is just for fun. We start in two places in southern Ontario, meeting at a common point in the middle of the event and finishing on a common route.

There is a little break at the mid-point where you can get refreshments and use the washroom. The finish is at the Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area where we’re having a BBQ.

The event registration is $30 per team, which includes entry to the Conservation Area and BBQ dinner.
Contact David Maynard or Bruce Leonard for more info. Pre-register at the Mini Monte website

Choose your start!

Williams Coffee Pub, 4500 King Street East, Kitchener, ON N2P 2G4 [Map]

Registration opens at 12:30 pm; Car 1 out at 2:01 pm.

This route features a mix of paved and gravel roads through the Grand River Valley. It is also part of KWRC’s SNATR series.

The route is approximately 110km long.

Caledon Village Place, Highway 10, North of Charleston Sideroad [Map]

Registration opens at 11:30 am; Car 1 out at 13:01 pm.

Featuring 80% paved roads and the twisty, hilly roads for Halton Region, this route is ideal for those who like touring.
(This route is approximately 160km long.


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