The Ontario Road Rally Championship (ORRC) is the provincial Time-Speed-Distance (TSD) series of events which take place around Southern Ontario. Events are organized by affiliated clubs which means they are sanctioned by RSO and the Canadian Association of Rally Sport (CARS).
Club membership is not required to enter events but membership is required to score points in the Expert class and is required to score points in more than three events in the Novice class. The current series standings are maintained by the RSO VP Navigational Rally and are usually updated within a few days after an event.
Usually a little longer than most ORRC events, JJ runs on the roads West and South of Hamilton. Winter tires recommended.
The escarpment roads around Milton offer some challenging and scenic driving. Winter tires recommended.
Polar Bear Rally
Utilizing many of the roads of the Rally of the Tall Pines, this all-night event offers extremely challenging roads with easier than normal instructions. Winter tires are mandatory for this event.
Spring Run Off Rally
The first event after the poor road condition break and centered around the Cobourg area, the event offers challenging instructions on mostly paved roads.
A leisurely jaunt through Mennonite country awaits competitors on this Spring rally.
Discover Ontario Car Rally
A great way to discover the province! Brooke takes us for a tour and frequently changes the region of this event.
No Winter Maintenance Rally
Ever wonder where those little dirt roads marked “No Winter Maintenance” go? Come find out! This rally explores the little driven roads in Southern Ontario during peak autumn colour season.
President’s Prize Rally
The penultimate event on the ORRC calendar take place in different areas in South Central Ontario. Plenty of fun roads and interesting instructions.
Northern Lights Rally
The last event of the series settles the championship.