Thank you for your entry. You will be able to find your competitor number on the Entry List and your sound check time on the Sound Test / Scrutineering Time Schedule.

The sound check, scrutineering, and signing on locations are all detailed below.

You MUST report to the sound check at the time given on the Schedule. If you are more than ten minutes early or late, the Environmental Scrutineer will refuse to perform the sound check, and you will need to contact the Entries Secretary for a new time (or if you are early, you will be able to wait until near your due time). We have operated this system in the past, and found it was very successful in reducing queues at scrutineering. If the time you have been given is not suitable, you must ring the Entries Secretary on 01482-876400, and you will be issued with a new time. If you need to change your time very close to the event, contact the Entries Secretary on 07929-050485.

The Environmental Scrutineer will supply you with a Documentation Form, to show that you arrived on time, and to indicate that you passed the sound check.

Colin Dunthorne of CJ Rallying will be supplying your competition numbers shortly after the sound check (free of charge), and will have his usual range of rally equipment on sale in case you've forgotten anything.

Once you have passed the sound check and attached your competition numbers, please proceed to scrutineering.

The Scrutineer will also need to sign your Documentation Form, as well as see your MOT certificate where appropriate. He will also need to see both helmets and sets of overalls, so please have these ready.

After passing scrutineering, move to signing on. You must sign on straight after scrutineering, and will need to take with you competition licences, including entrant's licence if applicable, club membership cards and the Documentation sheet when you sign on. If only one of the crew is present at signing-on, you will be given your full pack except your time cards. These will only be given once the other crew member has signed on. Note that we are quite happy to scrutineer with only one crew member present providing that both helmets and overalls are there.

You will be issued with a Rally Pack containing road book, rally plates, time cards, etc., as soon as you have successfully signed on.

The official notice board will be in the signing on office. Please make sure you read the notices.

Slicks Tyres will be in attendance on the event selling tyres. (TBC)

A note about MSA Competition Licence Rules

Competitors are reminded of recent changes to the MSA Licence Rules. Firstly, competitors must all be in possession of a valid signed licence with photograph attached in order to be allowed to sign on. We are no longer allowed to accept licence application forms on the weekend. Secondly, drivers (not co-drivers) must now have a Stage Rally Drivers licence. The Non Race licences are not now valid for drivers in stage rallies, though they are fine for Co-Drivers.

Changes to Supplementary Regulations

SR14 - Officials - The MSA Steward is Richard Norbury

SR8 - Start Procedure: We will be using fully electronic equipment for both start and finish. Therefore the start procedure will not be as stated in the regulations, but will be controlled by start lights, and a jump start detection beam. The sequence of the lights is shown below. Competitors should note that jump starts will be detected electronically, and ALL jump starts, however small, will result in a jump start penalty being applied.

In the event of failure of the automatic equipment, we will revert to the manual system as described in the regulations.

To allow competitors to familiarise themselves with the start sequence, the Chief Timekeeper will be demonstrating the start lights at the stage start between 7:45am and 8:15am. He will be happy to answer any queries.

Results Live on the Internet

Competitors are reminded that the Beverley & DMC website at will contain LIVE results from the event as it progresses, (technology permitting!) We hope this will prove useful to friends and families, sponsors, press contacts etc.

Application of Penalty of Exclusion

There has been some controversy on recent events regarding competitors being prevented from attempting stages after their actions had suggested that they should be subject to the penalty of exclusion. Competitors should note that only the Clerk of the Course in person has the right to exclude a competitor. If the Clerk of the Course issues a competitor with WRITTEN notice that they are excluded, then they may not continue. Until that written notice is received, they are free to continue. The MSA regulations encourage the Clerk of the Course to allow sufficient time for competitors to discuss such a penalty in a calm manner, and therefore it is likely that such discussions would only be able to take place at the end of the event. It is therefore highly unlikely that a penalty of exclusion would be applied during the event, unless a serious offence has been committed.

Stage Surfaces

Most of the stage surface is tarmac/concrete. However, a significant amount of this is broken up and uneven, so the event should not be considered wholly smooth. A small part of each stage is loose surface, specifically around 13% of stages 1, 2, 7 and 8 is gravel surface, and around 3% of stages 3, 4, 5 and 6 is grass. Competitors should ensure they have suitable tyres to cope with these varying surfaces.


Free camping on the venue is available on the Saturday night, providing that you have pre-booked with the entries secretary. If you wish to camp, please either e-mail or telephone on the numbers given below, with the approximate number of people camping. Campers should be self-sufficient in water and toilet facilites.

Any competitor person found on any part of the venue other than the camping area, even if on foot, will be refused a start. (S.R. 19.f applies). Note that officials will be present on the airfield during the night and will report back to the Clerk of the Course on any infringements.

Venue Access

Access to the venue is available from the start of scrutineering on Saturday until 8am on Sunday morning. After that, access will only be possible between each pair of stages, and at the end of the event. Access is only via the gate signposted 'York Dragway' at map reference 106/763428.


Should you feel the need to contact us, please use the following:-

Entries SecretaryAndrea AtkinsonMobile 07929 050485
Clerk of the CourseMatthew AtkinsonMobile 07970 264094
BothHome Phone01482-876400

Plan of the Venue

Pre-Event Plan

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