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14 Nov

City of Auckland Rally Entry Form

City of Auckland Rally Entry Form

Please note:

The indemnity must be acknowledged when you submit your entry. Please click here to read the full indemnity.

Entry fees
NZ National Entry: $795
Reconnaissance Fee: $50
Without optional advertising proposed by the Organisers please add $500
Late fee (post 26 Oct 2020): $100
Please don't forget to add on your nominated amount for a native plant or tree ($12 per tree)

Payment can be made to the Rally New Zealand bank account: ASB 12-3011-0203851-00, or phone the Rally office on 09 276 0882 with your credit card details.

Stage notes
Are available at a cost of NZ$250 per set.  Stage Notes are compulsory for this event. Competitors must order direct through Neil Allport Motorsport website www.allports.nz 

Co-Driver Details 
If the Co-Driver details are not known at time of entry, please enter 'TBC' and once known, please email through to info@rallynz.org.nz.

Tree planting project
Our Sustainable Rallying Commission are working on ways to off-set our carbon footprint. This year we are working with Brookby School's environmental team to plant native trees at Jack's Ridge. We will include the purchase of one native tree for every entry received. We would greatly appreciate each team purchasing one or more extra native trees to go towards this project ($12 each). Please add your chosen amount on to your entry fee when making payment, and we will purchase the trees for you, and will get them planted. We appreciate your support, helping us to create a more sustainable event. 

Thank you for entering. 


November 14


Rally New Zealand
09 276 0882


Kumeu Showgrounds
35/41 Access Road
Kumeu, 0810 New Zealand
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The New Zealand Rally Championship is this country’s premier nationwide rally championship. It attracts New Zealand’s best drivers to compete in numerous categories for the prestigious MotorSport New Zealand-sanctioned rally championship titles. In 2019, there are six NZRC rounds, each with a unique character reflecting the diverse regions – from Northland to Otago.