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Contents Introduction Welcome from the Clerk of Course

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SA Off Road Motorcycle Championships meets Scouts Rally SA

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Welcome to the Town of Gawler

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Welcome to the District Council of Mount Barker

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Welcome to the Barossa Event Overview

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Regulatory Power

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Past ARC – Rally SA Winners

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Past SARC – Rally SA Winners

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Brief description of the event

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Pedders Power Stage

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Official event charity – Little Heroes Foundation

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Permanent Contact Details

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Rally HQ Contact Details

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Media Contacts

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Key Organising Group Contact Details

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Senior Officials

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Program

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Service Park

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General Information

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Speed limit in Service Parks

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Service Park Controls

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Car Washing

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Facilities

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Media Centre

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Results

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Catering

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Service Park Map

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Testing

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Test Stages

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Event Disclaimers

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Disclaimer - Credentials

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Indemnity Form

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Reconnaissance

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Registration Details

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Supplementary Regulations Art 9.1

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Regulations

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Reconnaissance Signs

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Signs added after Reconnaissance

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Shakedown & VIP Ride Day

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Media

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Contact Details

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Media Team

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TV Media Crew

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Fuel Service and refuelling (from supp. regs)

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Documentation & Scrutiny

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Medical and Safety Services

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Emergency Contact Numbers

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Medical / safety Services

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Chemists

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Safety and First Aid Tips

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Start Procedure

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Finish Procedure

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Spectator Facilities

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Hospitality Arrangements

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Restaurants and Cafes

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Accomodation Reservation

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Useful Facts and Information

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General Information - South Australia

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General Information - Competitors

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Vehicle Signage

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Diagram – ARC 2WD, 2WD & SUV

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Diagram - Classics

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SARC Competitors

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General Information

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Economic Impact of Scouts Rally SA

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General Services

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Accident Procedures/Yellow Flags

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Officials ‘HELP’ Board

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Accidents/Red SOS

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Stopped Vehicle/OK Sign

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Safety

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RallySafe

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Fitting Kit Instructions

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12V Power Supply

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Antenna Lead Connection

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Unit Mount

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Antenna Installation

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Technical Information

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Do

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Don’t

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Sponsors

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Naming Rights Sponsor

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Platform Sponsors

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Sponsors

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Official Charity

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Supporters

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Appendix A – Event Itinerary

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Shakedown, Qualifying & Power Stage

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Heat 1 - Friday

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Heat 1 - Saturday

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Heat 2 – Sunday

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Appendix B - Special Stage Descriptions

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Appendix C – Scrutiny Location

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Scrutiny Appendix D – Travel Instructions

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What is RallySafe?

Dos and Don’ts

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Adelaide Airport to Rally HQ (Adelaide)

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Adelaide Airport to Gawler Super Special Stage

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Adelaide Airport to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Rally HQ (Adelaide) to Gawler Super Special Stage

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Rally HQ (Adelaide) to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Gawler Super Special Stage to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Adelaide Airport

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Gawler Super Special Stage

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Mount Crawford Gate 1 / Tower Road

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Cromer Test

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Dickers Test

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Mount Crawford Gate 1 / Tower Road to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Pedders Power Stage Map / Layout

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Introduction Welcome from the Clerk of Course We are pleased to present the 13th running of Rally SA (Round Three ECB ARC, Round two SARC), under the naming rights sponsorship of SCOUTS SA for the fourth successive year Here is what we have planned:  Motorsport “festival”, SA Motorbike Championship off-road round at Mt Crawford/race pits in spectator area/motorsport all day long on the Sunday.  Eight other spectator points, including three new ones  SERVICE PARK/ RALLY HQ/ PODIUM returns to Mount Pleasant, much shorter liaisons  RALLY CONTROL remains in the City  Recce available for a total of 15 hours for the two weeks before the event. Crews set their own times by agreement with organisers. Specific times set aside for Forestry recce, so gates can be left open  Friday, ARC registered only, 3 stages, 2 are shakedown/qualifying, ends with Pedders POWER STAGE for top 5 with a wild card also  Pedders POWER STAGE - free spectator point available to all competitors, free sausage sizzle during regroup ahead of the POWER STAGE.  Media Day follows Pedders POWER STAGE, INVITED CREWS ONLY  Heat One starts Friday night, on new 1.5 km SSS, two runs –– all competitors.  Heat One continues Saturday, very full. Heat Two continues, all competitors- Sunday, podium at Mount Pleasant around 4pm  All up, around 226 km competitive  Testing available Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday  New SSS is at very high profile venue, spectator and family friendly, at Gawler Showgrounds  Entry fees similar to last year  SMOOTHLINE stage notes will be available to purchase (Glenney/Webb written)  5 new stages – 2 council, two forestry,1 private  Friday night compulsory crew briefing – @ the Gawler Showgrounds  Scrutiny for those that require it on Thursday night – CMI Toyota in the city Our last twelve years have been strongly supported by our army of volunteers – up to 800 of them. We appreciate their efforts & thank them most sincerely. Of course none of this would be possible without our volunteers, sponsors, supporters and friends. Scouts SA, the local Councils, residents, BullGuard Internet Security, Bank SA, Boilleau, Shannons Insurance, Pedders Suspension, Pure Motorsport and RaceCAM all contribute significantly. We ask that you support them, especially by purchasing their products and/or using their services where possible, and thank them for their support whenever you can. Finally a big thank you to the ARC for their strong, ongoing support over the years.

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Welcome to South Australia!

Rally Director/Clerk of Course

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SA Off Road Motorcycle Championships meets Scouts Rally SA On the 26th of May the Mt. Crawford Forest will thunder with the sound of the cars in SA’s round of the East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championships and the growl of motorcycles as they both charge off into the trees chasing their respective glory and precious championship points. The bikes have been associated with the cars previously in an event run in 2010, adding another dimension for the rally spectator to enjoy. The course that the cars and bikes will run on will be very different, with cars in gravel sideways action and the bikes in technical tracks set between the trees. The motorcycles will have the best off road riders punting their machines around unmade tracks which will have obstacles coming up in fast succession to test them. The course will provide real spectator action as it includes natural jumps, big logs to be ridden over and steep hills to traverse. The same principle as rally, where the quickest time over set courses gets the silverware applies in the motorcycle event as well. The course will have some great sections right at the rally spectator area so those who wish, need not even trek into the forest to get action, it will be in front of their eyes in Mount Crawford Forest! SA’s best riders will be starting their quest for overall honors and valuable points; it’s round one of a six round series including both junior and senior riders. A very special few will be fighting for outright champion in the series and the accolades that go with it:  Ivan Long from Coonalpyn has wrapped up the title for the past 3 years and will hope for a repeat in 2013.  Breathing down his neck is five times champion Rowan Pumpa and at least five other riders  Another very strong contender is Todd Barry, fresh out of junior ranks with two Australian junior titles under his belt he will be a very serious threat in 2013. Sunday the 26th of May is “the day” to inscribe in big letters in anyone’s motorsport diary, it will be a motorsport bonanza!

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Gerry Jongebloed Clerk of Course Juventus Forest Sprint

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Welcome to the Town of Gawler As Mayor of the Town of Gawler I welcome everyone to the 2013 Scouts Rally SA. This year’s rally is Round 3 of the prestigious East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championship and also Round 2 of the South Australian Rally Championship and will include a category for classic cars. This will surely generate a lot of interest with spectators. Drivers and crews will come from all over Australia to compete. Gawler Council are very supportive of this event and have always welcomed large events such as the World Three Day events and The World Gliding Championships and now are pleased to welcome Scouts Rally SA to our town. The Gawler Oval Showground complex will be challenging and fantastic and safe for spectators’ viewing of the competition vehicles in action. Gawler Service Clubs and community groups will be on hand to cater for those attending along with crew members and competitors. Gawler is in a very central position in our State of South Australia to facilitate such an event and we will certainly welcome everyone attending. Situated 44 km from Adelaide on the edge of the Beautiful Barossa Valley, Gawler is THE BEST OF TOWN AND COUNTRY. I am very proud that Scouts Rally SA has chosen to utilise Gawler as their venue for the start of the 2013 Championship competition in South Australia. On behalf of the people of Gawler, I wish competitors & crew all the very best and safe rallying. I look forward to this year and a future working relationship with Scouts Rally SA

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Brian Sambell JP Mayor Town of Gawler

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Welcome to the District Council of Mount Barker Events and Festivals are an integral part of the District Council of Mount Barker's tourism, community and economic development plans. They bring colour, vibrancy and excitement to the parklands, streets and private venues within our Council area and in turn generate significant social and economic benefit to everyone. As Mayor of the District Council of Mount Barker I welcome the 2013 Scouts Rally SA once again to our region - this being the fifth consecutive year.

We recognise that this is an event of national interest being Round 3 of the East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championship and also Round 2 of the South Australian Rally Championship with teams coming from all over Australia to compete. Organisers of the rally work harmoniously with Council staff to consult our ratepayers, upon whose roads the rally uses. We are proud of the relationship developed over many years and impressed by the level of care for our community and our environment that Scouts Rally SA organisers have. A commitment to improving the environment through a tree planting program within the Laratinga Wetland footprint is evidence to their commitment within our District. The social aspect of this event is evidenced by spectator opportunities generated within each stage and the overall acceptance of this event by our ratepayers. On behalf of the people of the District Council of Mount Barker area, I wish competitors all the very best for an exciting year of safe rallying.

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Mayor Ann Ferguson District Council of Mount Barker

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Welcome to the Barossa As Mayor of the Barossa I warmly welcome all competitors, service crews, supporters and friends of Scouts Rally SA and especially visitors attending from all parts of Australia.

The Barossa is one of Australia's premier tourism destinations: a place for premium food, wine and a beautiful natural environment. It is a great place to work and live, and is rich in heritage and culture. Events such as the Scouts Rally SA play a significant role in our local community, contributing to our regional economy, community spirit and our reputation as an events destination. The Rally has a huge following, attracting competitors and spectators from around the nation for a thrilling exhibition of motorsport at its best. The Barossa Council is pleased to support the event on behalf of our community and in the interests of Barossa tourism. We trust that you will appreciate our generous hospitality and take some time to sample the wonderful attractions of the Barossa. I wish you all a safe and exciting event.

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BRIAN HURN, OAM Mayor, The Barossa Council

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Event Overview Regulatory Power The 2013 Scouts Rally SA will be a National Championship Special Stage Rally, conducted under the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA, the National Competition Rules (NCR) of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd (CAMS), the National Rally Code, the Australian Rally Championship Regulations, the Event Supplementary Regulations and any Bulletins authorised under the ARC regulations.

THIS DOCUMENT With the exception of any part of this document which is specifically referred to in any regulation or bulletin, this document has no regulatory power and is issued as a guide only. Please ensure that you refer to the Event Supplementary Regulations EVENT HISTORY and any Bulletins issued throughout the event. 2010 Sprint Auto Parts Rally SA is the ninth running of the Rally of South Australia.

Past ARC – Rally SA Winners Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2012

Event Coopers Pale Ale Rally Coopers Pale Ale Rally Coopers Pale Ale Rally Coopers Pale Ale Rally Toyota Rally SA Toyota Rally SA Toyota Kluger Rally SA Sprint Auto Parts Rally SA Sprint Auto Parts Rally SA Scouts Rally SA Scouts Rally SA Scouts Rally SA 2WD Scouts Rally SA 4WD

Driver Possum Bourne Possum Bourne Ed Ordynski Chris Atkinson Scott Pedder Steve Glenney Simon Evans Simon Evans Simon Evans Simon Evans Justin Dowell Eli Evans Michael Boaden

Co-Driver Craig Vincent Mark Stacey Iain Stewart Ben Atkinson Glen Weston Bernie Webb Sue Evans Sue Evans Sue Evans Sue Evans Matt Lee Glen Weston Helen Cheers

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Past SARC – Rally SA Winners Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Driver Steve Winwood Will Orders Steve Glenney Steve Glenney Declan Dwyer Derek Reddie Matt Selley Declan Dwyer Matt Selley Alexander Knott

Co-Driver Ian Lawson Matthew McAdam Bernie Webb Bernie Webb Craig Adams Lee Tierney Claire Ryan Claire Ryan Claire Ryan David Langfield

Sponsors Ride on the Wild Side Corporate Days Pedders Suspension Eblen Subaru Peter Lehmann Wines Robot Technologies Racing Mazparts WA Norwood Auto Services Racecam Norwood Auto Services Kirrihill Wines

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The 2013 Scouts Rally SA counts towards the following:  2013 East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championship  2013 Australian 4WD National Rally Series  2013 Australian Rally Manufacturers Championship  2013 Australian 1600 Cup 2WD  2013 ARC SUV Challenge  2013 Australian International Cup  2013 ARC 2WD Eco Rally Challenge  2013 Classic Rally Challenge  2013 SA Rally Championship Note 1: The rally will be a qualifying event for drivers registered for the Rallyschool.com.au Australian Junior Challenge. Competitors must enter the ARC and show that they are eligible for the Rallyschool.com.au Australian Junior Challenge on the Entry Form. Note 2: For the purpose of the South Australian Rally Championship, the rally will count as one round, with half points allocated for each heat. The South Australian Rally Championship category also counts towards the following:  2013 McLeod Medal  2013 Lincoln Harding Memorial Award  2013 South Australian 2WD Rally Championship (Steve Winwood Trophy)

Brief description of the event The Event will be a Sprint Event as defined in the ARC Sporting and Technical Regulations. The length of the rally will be approximately 667 kms including 19 Special Stages which have a total distance of approximately 226 kms. Of these Special Stages, a total distance of approx.0.5 kms will be on a bitumen surface. The Event will consist of two Heats on successive days. Competition in the second Heat will be conditional on the vehicle having started Heat 1 but not necessarily finishing that Heat and being placed in the overnight parc fermé after TC2B prior to 0038 hrs on Saturday May 23 & at the completion of Heat 1 after TC11B prior to 0100 hrs on Sunday May 26. If a crew withdraws from Heat 1, competition in Heat 2 will only be available to those crews who notify a Competitor Relations Officer in writing of their intention to restart thirty minutes prior to the Stewards meeting, the times of which will be notified on the Official Notice board, the previous day.

Pedders Power Stage

The Organisers reserve the right to determine the running order of the Pedders Power Stage and the interval between cars.

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Championship bonus points of 5, 3, 1 will be awarded for the ARC Outright in accordance with ARC Sporting Regs Art S18.2.1 (iii) for the Pedders Power Stage to be conducted on Friday May 24.

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Official event charity – Little Heroes Foundation Scouts Rally SA are proud to appoint Little Heroes Foundation the official charity of the 2013 event. Little Heroes Foundation raises funds for essential equipment and services for seriously ill children and their families. As part of the partnership, Scouts Rally SA will assist in promoting and raising funds for Little Heroes Foundation in the lead up and during the event, held May 24-26. Two lucky Little Heroes Foundation supporters will also get to experience the rally first hand, thanks to a charity auction for two rally car rides. The delicious Little Heroes Foundation lollies, made by SA’s iconic Robern Menz, are also available from the Rally Office. Little Heroes Foundation Chairman, Chris McDermott said about the partnership, “We are excited to be the official charity of this year's Scouts Rally SA.” “This event continues to be an extremely popular part of the State's motorsport calendar and we're proud that proceeds raised will help support seriously ill kids” continued Mr McDermott. “This partnership is a great opportunity for our sport and its supporters and friends to provide tangible benefit towards the Foundations stellar goals. We are proud to be involved, and I am confident of strong support” said Scouts Rally SA Clerk of Course Ivar Stanelis.

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About Little Heroes Foundation Little Heroes Foundation raises funds for essential equipment and services accessed by thousands of seriously ill children and their families. Since 1996, they have raised more than $13 million dollars for lifesaving facilities at Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and to provide daily support to families around Australia through their Little Heroes Care program.

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Contact Details Permanent Contact Details Rally Enquiries:

Correspondence:

Ivar Stanelis / Carol McGough Telephone: 08 8212 2800 08 8212 2800 Mobile: 0418 834 311 0400 832 710 Facsimile: 08 8212 7900 08 8212 7900 Email: ivar@rallysa.com.au carol@rallysa.com.au Website: www.scoutsrallysa.com.au Address rally correspondence to: Rally Secretary 272-274 Gilbert St ADELAIDE SA 5000 No responsibility will be accepted by the organisers for any correspondence sent to any other address

Rally HQ Contact Details Rally Headquarters:

Scouts Rally SA Office Initially 272-274 Gilbert St ADELAIDE SA 5000 Then Service Park (see below for details) Hours of operation from: Sunday 19 May 0930 - 1600 hrs at Gilbert Street Monday 20 May 0930 – 1630 hrs at Gilbert Street Tuesday 21 May 1000 – 1630 hrs at Gilbert Street Wednesday 22 May 0900 – 2000 hrs at Service Park Thursday 23 May 0800 – 1630hrs at Service Park Friday 24 May 0700 – 1600 hrs at Service Park Saturday 25 May 0515 – 2100 hrs at Service Park Sunday 26 May 0530 - 1700 hrs at Service Park Monday 27 May 0900 – 1100 hrs at Service Park Telephone: 08 8212 2800 Facsimile: 08 8212 7900 Rally Headquarters The Official Notice Board will be in operation under the front verandah at Rally HQ Mt Pleasant Football Clubrooms with a supplementary Notice Board under the front verandah at 272 Gilbert St from 0900 hrs on Wednesday 22 May until 1000 hrs Monday 27 May.

Media Contacts

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Media Enquiries:

Media Centre:

Ryan Jones Marketing Manager Mob: 0410 131 658 Email: ryan@puremotorsport.tv Scouts Rally SA Media Centre at the service park in the Show office from 0700 hrs on Saturday 18 May until 1600 hrs Sunday 27 May Phone and Fax (08) 8212 7900.There will also be a facility at 272 Gilbert St

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Key Organising Group Contact Details Ivar Stanelis

Deputy Clerk of Course (Course) Mob 0408 833 940 Email: rob.coppins@me.com

Rob Coppins

Deputy Clerk of Course (Operations) Mob 0412 818 019 Email: centrallimos@adam.com.au

Dick Manning

Emergency Services Manager Mob 0427 580 033 Email: robin_louise@chariot.net.au

Robin Smith

Chief Medical Officer Mob 0417 882 862 Email: thien@adam.com.au

Dr Thien Le Cong

Event Secretary / Chief Official Mob 0400 832 710 Email: carol@rallysa.com.au

Carol McGough

Asst. Clerk of Course (Service Park) Mob 0417 417 698 Email: bob@picknowl.com.au

Bob Richter

Competitor Relations Officer Contact Mob 0419 030 695 Email: jmcgough@internode.on.net

Jim McGough

Chief Scrutineer Mob 0417 085 021 (After hours only) Email: unfinishedobject@hotmail.com.au

Anne Roberts

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Clerk of Course/Rally Director Mob 0418 834 311 Email: ivar@rallysa.com.au

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Senior Officials CAMS Officials CAMS Chief Steward of the Meeting CAMS Steward of the Meeting CAMS Steward of the Meeting ARC Series Technical Manager ARC Series Sporting Director CAMS Observer Event Checker

Peter Marcovich Dave Petterson Robert Whyatt Barry Habgood Peter Macneall Peter Macneall Peter Finger

Scouts Rally SA Officials Clerk of Course/Rally Director Deputy Clerk of Course (Course) Deputy Clerk of Course (Operations) Emergency Services Manager Chief Medical Officer Event Secretary / Chief Official Assistant Clerk of Course (Comms) / Rally Manager Assistant Clerk of Course (Course Cars / Course Setup) Assistant Clerk of Course (Service Pk) Assistant Clerk of Course (Technology) Chief Scrutineer Competitor Relations Officers

Community Relations Officers Results Just Imagine Results Scouts Rally SA

Trevor Fisher Bob Richter John Woodward Anne Roberts Jim McGough: 0419 030 695 Mandy Rudham: 0417 886 108 Ian Neville: 0418 805 054 John Brown, Adrian Brown Garry Searle Cass Gray Mike Coley Amanda Dwyer (SARC) Eric Mingham Ryan Jones Ryan Jones Jason Thiele Garry Hales John Ramerman Marc Tillett Steve Palmer

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Operations/ Equipment Manager Marketing Manager Website/Course/Spectator Guide Field Timing Manager Stage Security/Setup Manager “A” Team Manager

Ivar Stanelis Rob Coppins Dick Manning Robin Smith Dr Thien Le Cong Carol McGough Michael Woodward

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Program Monday Friday Thursday Friday

Sunday

11 March 0900 hrs 3 May 2000 hrs 9 May 2000 hrs 10 May 0700 hrs 19 May 0930 hrs

1000 hrs 1600 hrs

Monday

20 May 1000 hrs

1630 hrs Tuesday

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Thursday

21 May 0800 - 1700 hrs

Entries open

Secretariat

Entries close

Secretariat

Entry List in seeded order published

Secretariat

Recce commences (15 hrs available to book)

Secretariat

Rally headquarters opens Documentation verification opens for local competitors by appointment only Scrutiny commences for local COMPETITORS by appointment only Rally headquarters closes Scrutiny closes

272 Gilbert St Adelaide (front entrance only) CMI Toyota West Terrace 272 Gilbert St Adelaide CMI Toyota West Terrace

Rally headquarters opens Documentation verification opens – see page 12 for details Rally headquarters closes

272 Gilbert St Adelaide (front entrance only) 272 Gilbert St Adelaide

Testing available all day by arrangement

Mount Crawford, Kersbrook, Cromer, Dickers 272 Gilbert St Adelaide (front entrance only) 272 Gilbert St Adelaide

1000 hrs

Rally headquarters opens Documentation verification continues

1630 hrs

Rally headquarters closes

22 May 0800 - 1700 hrs

Testing available all day by arrangement

0900 hrs

Rally headquarters opens Documentation verification continues

2000 hrs 23 May 0800 hrs

Rally headquarters closes

0800 - 1700 hrs

1730 hrs 1830 hrs

2100 hrs

Rally headquarters opens Documentation verification continues Testing available all day by arrangement Documentation verification closes Rally Headquarters closes Scrutiny/Turbo Scrutiny commences Scrutiny for all vehicles if not Regionally scrutineered Scrutiny/Turbo Scrutiny closes

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Mount Crawford, Kersbrook, Cromer, Dickers Service Park at Mt Pleasant Football Clubrooms Service Park Service Park Mount Crawford, Kersbrook, Cromer, Dickers Service Park CMI Toyota West Tce CMI Toyota West Tce CMI Toyota West Tce

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24 May 0700 hrs 0730 hrs 0800 – 1200 hrs 0830 hrs 0830 hrs

0900 hrs

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Rally headquarters opens Documentation verification continues Scrutiny/Turbo Scrutiny commences Testing available by arrangement, (2 hours per driver) Latest time for vehicle change Documentation verification closes Shakedown, Pedders Power Stage & VIP Ride Day service park opens (see Art 17) Latest time for presentation of vehicles for Scrutiny/Turbo Scrutiny

Service Park Service Park Mount Crawford, Kersbrook, Cromer, Dickers Service Park Service Park Mt Crawford Forest

Service Park/Mt Crawford

1600 hrs

Rally headquarters closes

Service Park

1700 hrs 1700 hrs 1715 hrs 1800 hrs 2200 hrs

Start List Posted Sign on for Drivers Briefing Compulsory Driver’s Briefing Start of Heat 1 End of Heat 1 part 1 (First Car)

Gawler Gawler Gawler Gawler Service Park

2230 hrs

First car due in overnight Parc fermé

Service Park

0600 hrs

Rally headquarters opens

Service Park

0800 hrs

Start of Heat 1 part 2

Service Park

1620 hrs

End of Heat 1 part 2 (First Car)

Service Park

1820 hrs

First car due in overnight Parc fermé

Service Park

1830 hrs

Start List posted Heat 2

Rally headquarters closes

Official Notice Board Rally HQ Service Park

25 May

2100 hrs

26 May 0130 hrs

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Latest time for vehicles to enter overnight Parc fermé Rally headquarters opens

Service Park

0730 hrs

Start of Heat 2

Service Park

1536 hrs

End of Heat 2 (First Car)

Service Park

1643 hrs

Podium / Presentation (approx time)

Service Park

1700 hrs

Post Event Scrutiny commences

Service Park

1830 hrs

Provisional Results posted

Official Notice Board

1900 hrs 1900 hrs 1930 hrs

Post Event Scrutiny scheduled to finish Final Results issued (subject to any protests) Rally headquarters closes

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Service Park Official Notice Board Rally HQ Service Park

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Service Park General Information All service will be at Mount Pleasant Talunga Park. The service park will officially open at 0800 hrs on Wednesday and close at 1930 hrs on Sunday. Teams wishing to set up early MUST make arrangements with Bob Richter through the Rally Office or on 0417 417 698. Each team will be allocated a parking area and will be directed there on arrival. The surface is mixed – grass gravel tarmac. It is very important that your requests for space are REALISTIC and DOCUMENTED. We cannot guarantee space to meet last minute requests.

Speed limit in Service Parks The speed of all vehicles on the service park must not exceed 15 km/h; failure to comply with this limit shall result in a penalty applied by the Stewards.

Service Park Controls Time controls will be set up at the entry and exit to all service parks. The time allowed for service will be indicated in the road book. Liaisons to and from Service Park do not form part of the service time provided. Section times have been made long enough to not require the need for ANY speeding. Normal penalties will apply for late or early arrival at these controls unless otherwise noted.

Car Washing Prior to start It will be a requirement of competing in this event to present a “CAR WASHED” certificate to the organisers at the crew briefing. Failure to do so will mean that a start will be denied. This is a requirement of SA Water for some of the roads we will be using during the event to prevent the spread of phytophthora. More information on phytophthora and the risks it poses can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phytophthora_cinnamomi A bulletin detailing these arrangements will be issued at close of entries. At Service Park The use of pressure cleaners is prohibited in the Mount Pleasant Service Park. Cars may only be washed by use of a sponge from a bucket. Where oils, solvents and degreasing fluids are used all residues must be securely contained, removed from the Service Park and not be allowed to come in contact with the ground. Breaches noted by an official of the rally will result in a report to the Stewards with a recommendation that a fine be applied. This does not apply to any washing facilities supplied by the organisers.

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Toilets and rubbish disposal will be available within the service park including skips specifically for hard rubbish.

Media Centre The primary media centre for the event is located at the Show Society Office at the Service Park.

Results Results will be displayed on the supplementary notice board at Gilbert Street, and on the official noticeboard at Rally Headquarters in the Service Park.

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Catering Hot food will be available during the following hours at Mt Pleasant: Thursday 23 May from 1200 to 2100 hrs Friday 24 May from 0700 to 1900 hrs Saturday 25 May from 0600 to 2100 hrs Sunday 26 May from 0630 to 1300 hrs

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Service Park Map

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Testing Test Stages Test stages are available on Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd May. Each test stage is fully special stage compliant and attended by event FIVs. It is permitted to take sponsors, media and other members of the public for a ride at any test stage provided that all passengers are appropriately attired and have signed the Passenger in Vehicle Disclaimer form. Testing will be available at a cost of $480.00 per car per 4 hour session and $960.00 per car per 8 hour session (A maximum of 8 hours testing is permitted per driver). The locations will be in the Mt Crawford, Kersbrook, Cromer and Dickers areas. Toilets are available at Forestry Headquarters and the Cromer test site. Maps and full details will be forwarded to those crews that have registered and paid for testing. Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday

21st May 21st May 22nd May 22nd May 23rd May 23rd May

0800 – 1200 hrs 1300 – 1700 hrs 0800 – 1200 hrs 1300 – 1700 hrs 0800 – 1200 hrs 1300 – 1700 hrs

Application MUST be made on the official form. Forms are available from www.rallysa.com.au and www.rally.com.au. The stages are fully supported, and attended by FIVs. Dick Manning is the person in charge, mobile 0412 818 019 Email: centrallimos@adam.com.au Garry Hales is the deputy, mobile 0430 275 475

Event Disclaimers Can be found at: http://www.cams.com.au/go/disclaimers.aspx The following disclaimers apply:  Competitors or crew members in all rallies  Competitors or crew in all off road events  Rally Service Crew  Members of the media  Parent/Guardians of competitors under 18 years  Passengers in vehicles

Disclaimer - Credentials

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Motor Sport is Dangerous CAMS and its Associated Entities exclude all liability for your harm howsoever arising from your attendance at the event except to the extent prohibited by law. For full disclaimer wording, refer to http://www.cams.com.au/Common/About/Event%20Disclaimers.aspx

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Indemnity Form Version – December 2006 Version – December 2006 DISCLAIMER DISCLAIMER EXCLUSIONEXCLUSION OF LIABILITY, RELEASE ANDRELEASE ASSUMPTION RISK OF LIABILITY, ANDOF ASSUMPTION OF RISK PASSENGERS IN VEHICLES PASSENGERS IN VEHICLES InInexchange exchangeforforbeing beingable abletotoattend attendthe thecircuit circuitororactivity activitylocation locationand andride rideasasa apassenger passengerinina a vehicle (whether during a motor sports event or otherwise), I agree: vehicle (whether during a motor sports event or otherwise), I agree: to release Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd ("CAMS") and Australian Motor Sport • to release Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltdowners ("CAMS") Australian Motor Sport Commission Ltd, promoters, sponsor organisations, land andand lessees, organisers of the Commission Ltd, promoters, sponsor organisations, land owners and lessees, organisers of the event, their respective servants, officials, representatives and agents (collectively, the "Associated event, their respective servants, officials, representatives and agents (collectively, the "Associated Entities") from all liability for my death, personal injury (including burns), psychological trauma, loss or Entities") from all liability for my death, personal injury (including burns), psychological trauma, loss damage (including ("harm")("harm") howsoever arisingarising from my at the circuit or damage property (includingdamage) property damage) howsoever fromattendance my attendance at the and ridingcircuit as aand passenger, except to the extent prohibited by law; riding as a passenger, except to the extent prohibited by law; that CAMS and the Associated Entities do not make any warranty, implied or express, that the event • that CAMS and the Associated Entities do not makeany anymaterials warranty, provided implied orin express, that the event services will be provided with due care and skill or that connection with the services will be provided with due care and skill or that any materials provided in connection with the services will be fit for the purpose for which they are supplied; and services will be fit for the purpose for which they are supplied; and to attend the circuit or activity location and ride as a passenger at my own risk.

to attend the circuit or activity location and ride as a passenger at my own risk.

I acknowledge that: I acknowledge that:with attending the circuit or activity location and riding as a passenger in a the risks associated vehicle (whether during an event or otherwise) include the risk that and I may suffer as a result • the risks associated with attending the circuit or activity location riding as aharm passenger in a of: motor vehicles parts of them) with otherinclude motor the vehicles, persons or property; vehicle(or (whether during an colliding event or otherwise) risk that I may suffer harm as a result of: acts of violence and other harmful acts (whether intentional or inadvertent) committed by persons • motor vehicles (or parts of them) colliding with other motor vehicles, persons or property; attending or participating in the event; and acts of violence and other harmful grand-stands, acts (whether intentional or inadvertent) the failure• or unsuitability of facilities (including fences and guard rails)committed to ensureby the attending or participating in the event; and safety of personspersons or property at the event. motor sport that accidents causing harm can and do happen and guard may happen • is dangerous the failure and or unsuitability of facilities (including grand-stands, fences and rails) to to me. ensure the safety of persons or property at the event. I accept the conditions of, and acknowledge the risks arising from, attending the circuit or activity • motor sport is dangerous and that accidents causing harm can and do happen and may happen to location and riding as a passenger and being provided with services by CAMS and the Associated me. Entities. I accept the conditions of, and acknowledge the risks arising from, attending the circuit or activity Tolocation be completed by Participant and riding as a passenger and being provided with services by CAMS and the Associated …………………………………………… Entities. Name print) by Participant To be(please completed …………………………………………… …………………………………………… Signed Name (please print)

INDEMNITY FORM – UNDER 18 …………………………………………… Version – February 2007 Date

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…………………………………………… …………………………………………… Date Signed

(This disclaimer is to be used in circumstances where the parent/guardian providing consent is unable to attend the event and this document may be signed beforehand and provided to the organisers at “sign on”. This is valid only for each nominated event.)

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DISCLAIMER EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY, RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK FOR PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS Name of Event : ....................................................................................................(“Event”) Event Venue : ..............................................................................(“Venue”) on ......................(Date) I ............................................................................. of .......................................................... in exchange for being able to attend or participate in the event (including acting as an event official), agree: *I have read the Supplementary Regulations issued for this Meeting, and agree to be bound by them and the provisions of the National Competition rules of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Limited (“CAMS”).*not required for officials to release CAMS and Australian Motor Sport Commission Ltd, promoters, sponsor organisations, land owners and lessees, organisers of the event, their respective servants, officials, representatives and agents (collectively, the "Associated Entities") from all liability for my death, personal injury (including burns), psychological trauma, loss or damage (including property damage) ("harm") howsoever arising from my participation in or attendance at the event, except to the extent prohibited by law; that CAMS and the Associated Entities do not make any warranty, implied or express, that the event services will be provided with due care and skill or that any materials provided in connection with the services will be fit for the purpose for which they are supplied; and to attend or participate in the event at my own risk. I/we acknowledge that: the risks associated with attending or participating in the event include the risk that I may suffer harm as a result of: motor vehicles (or parts of them) colliding with other motor vehicles, persons or property; acts of violence and other harmful acts (whether intentional or inadvertent) committed by persons attending or participating in the event; and the failure or unsuitability of facilities (including grand-stands, fences and guard rails) to ensure the safety of persons or property at the event. motor sport is dangerous and that accidents causing harm can and do happen and may happen to me. I accept the conditions of, and acknowledge the risks arising from, attending or participating in the event and being provided with the event services by CAMS and the Associated Entities. I understand that this disclaimer is not intended to exclude any valid claim I may have under the CAMS Personal Insurance Scheme. …………………………………………… Name (please print) …………………………………………… Signed

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…………………………………………… Date For persons under the age of 18 years the following parent/guardian consent must be completed. PARENT/ GUARDIAN CONSENT – PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OLD I …………………………………… of [Address] ………………………………………………… am the parent/ guardian* of the above-named ("the minor") who is under 18 years old. I have read this document and understand its contents, including the exclusion of liability and assumption of risk, and have explained the contents to the minor. I consent to the minor attending/ participating in* the event at his/her own risk.

Signed……..…………………………………… Parent/Guardian*

Date………………………………………………

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Reconnaissance Registration Details Crews will be able to book up to 15 hours of recce. Recce will be available to all competitors from 0700 hrs Friday 10 May. It is strongly recommended that each crew complete at least one run over each stage during reconnaissance.

Supplementary Regulations Art 9.1 Recce is open for 15 hours total per crew – available to competitors with no limits beyond compliance with the rules below. This takes the pressure off everyone, and distributes the local effects over many days, thus minimising any local impacts and addressing competitor feedback Please note we will also make available for sale the SMOOTHLINE notes that were so popular in 2011 and 2012. Key points are:  RECCE form must be completed and lodged with the event secretary before commencing the first recce  RECCE is available from 0700 hrs on Friday 10 May, with no recce allowed after 1800 hrs on Thursday 23 May  SMOOTHLINE notes available for purchase at close of entries  RECCE will be managed via ‘phone, where competitors “book” a time & advise when/where they are going out on recce  Minimum bookable time is 2 hours. The telephone numbers are 08 8212 2800, or 0400 832 710  Forestry recce will be allotted at specific times, when gates can be left open. Other times may be possible – but only if a FSA key has been allocated, and will be subject to some additional restrictions  Access to FSA keys is via Rally HQ, and a $100 fully refundable deposit applies.  Keys are not available from Forestry HQ.  RECCE without booking is banned and penalties will be applied to anyone caught out in random checks – either as not logged in, or as speeding  RECCE must be compete, before competition on the Friday of the event  RECCE will be monitored by SAPOL, and by Officials of the event at random times  Rally HQ recce allocation decisions will be final Being on the roads outside of your allotted recce time will incur severe penalties.

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Regulations Each reconnaissance vehicle will be provided with a black & white competitor number to be placed on the top left corner of the front windscreen and the top right corner of the rear-facing window for the purposes of identification. These numbers will be sent to you along with the road books etc and must be affixed to the vehicle for the entire duration of reconnaissance. Failure to do so will incur a penalty. Reconnaissance may be carried out in any road-registered vehicle, Advertising, under body protection, safety equipment and internal navigational aids are permitted. Only vehicles registered with the organisers and displaying recce numbers can undertake recce. During reconnaissance, special stage roads WILL NOT be closed to the public and crews are advised that they DO NOT have priority over other road users. Keep to the left, do not cut corners. Members of the public will also be using these roads and may be travelling in opposing directions. It is

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CRUCIAL that competitors make a commitment to appropriate speeds – NOT TO EXCEED MORE THAN 60km/h or as sign posted WHICHEVER IS LOWER – and appropriate safe driving behaviour. SOME OF THE ROADS USED ON THE SPECIAL STAGES MAY BE PUBLIC ROADS WHICH ARE NOT CLOSED FOR RECONNAISSANCE AND POLICE WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. Please assist us with PUBLIC relations by adhering to all regulations. All stages have a maximum speed of 60 km/h. The maximum speed limit applicable on all special stages and other unsealed roads during reconnaissance shall be 60km/h and all crews are required to strictly adhere to this limit. Under NO circumstances are crews to travel in the opposite direction to the set course on all special stages. The speed of the vehicles being used for reconnaissance will be monitored by officials & SA Police using Speed Cameras and Radar guns. If a vehicle is deemed to be exceeding the speed limit, a sign bearing the words “STOP” will be raised. Drivers MUST stop, and report to the official or police officer. Penalties for speeding on reconnaissance will be: 1st Offence: up to 15 kmh above the speed limit Over 15 kmh above the speed limit 2nd Offence: up to 15 kmh above the speed limit Over 15 kmh above the speed limit 3rd Offence: Start Refused.

$250 $500 $500 30 seconds penalty (to be added to Heat 1)

Crews are also advised that the Road Traffic Act will remain in effect for the duration of reconnaissance and that all road rules must be observed (e.g. complying with advisory signs, obeying speed limits imposed and keeping to the left). SA Police will be on course to police these regulations.

Reconnaissance Signs During reconnaissance, small signs will be placed at the following locations:  Stage Start  SOS Points  Flying Finish  Stop Point These signs are 200 mm x 200 mm white corflute with the standard FIA symbols for the appropriate location. In addition, fluoro pink arrows with a number below will indicate the Tulip number from the road book and the direction of travel at that tulip.

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Signs added after Reconnaissance Any signs that are added by officials after reconnaissance due to a change in road conditions, will be indicated by a strip of black and yellow safety tape on the top and bottom of the sign. Notification at the start of stage will be given to all crews if any additional signs having been added.

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Shakedown & VIP Ride Day All registered competitors entered in the ARC Outright plus other crews at the Organisers discretion and advised in a Communiqué must attend the Shakedown, Pedders Power Stage & VIP Ride Day on Friday at the times shown in the Programme unless they have chosen to conduct recce on Friday (see Art 9.1). Each of these crews will be required to participate in the following Shakedown activities  0830 Shakedown Service Park open  0915 Compulsory Briefing – (at State Bank Tent – see map in Rally Guide)  0930-1000 Pace-noting of the section of road to be used  1030 2 Shakedown/Qualifying runs Driver and Co-Driver only in the car. For ARC Outright the faster of either of these two runs will be used to determine the Top 5 eligible to compete for the Pedders Power Stage bonus points. Wild cards (not eligible for bonus points) may also be nominated to run the Pedders Power Stage.  1115 Pedders Power Stage Top 5 Registered ARC + Wild card(s) – 1 run  1145 VIP rides Series sponsors (1 per crew)  VIP rides Organisers sponsors (1 per crew)  VIP rides Competitor’s sponsors (2 per crew)  1300 approx Shakedown finishes Each vehicle taking part must have the event rally plates/numbers and other event signage affixed prior to the commencement of Shakedown. Further details concerning the location will be provided at a later date.

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All passengers will be required to register and sign the compulsory disclaimer before riding in a competition vehicle. No team may place a passenger in a competition vehicle without the permission of the organisers.

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Media Contact Details The media centre will be at the Rally Headquarters, 272 Gilbert Street, Adelaide, and at the Show Society Office at Mount Pleasant. All media personnel require accreditation which is available to working media covering the event. To be considered for media accreditation, you must apply on the Scouts Rally SA by Friday 3 May at: http://scoutsrallysa.com.au/media/accreditation

Media Team Media Accreditation Manager Phil Williams Mobile 0407 603 978 Media/Marketing Manager Ryan Jones Mobile 0410 131 658 Email ryan@puremotorsport.tv ARC Media Coordinator Paul Mullan Mobile 0407 996 666 Email paul@blackmagic.com.au Event officials have been asked to cooperate fully with media personnel and all will do their best to help within the safety guidelines. Please ensure that their courtesy is reciprocated. They are very important to the event, and have training and experience.

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Please be advised that the TV Media Crew have a different safety vest to other Media personnel.

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Fuel There is REFUELLING in the service park. Further details will be provided via a bulletin to be published. The Organisers recommend that all Service Personnel wear neck to wrist to ankle fireproof clothing, balaclava and fire proof gloves during refuelling.

Service and refuelling (from supp. regs) ARTICLE 7 - SERVICING AND REFUELLING 7.1 Up to 3 service vehicles per competing car starting the rally may provide service 7.2 throughout the rally. These vehicles must be clearly identified by means of “Service” 7.3 plates issued by the Organisers and affixed in the top left hand side of the windscreen. Failure to affix will result in entry to the Service Area being refused. Breaches noted by an official of the rally will result in a report to the Stewards with a recommendation that a fine be applied. Throughout the rally, servicing of a competing vehicle must be carried out only in the service park. However the crew, using solely the equipment on board and with no external physical assistance, may perform service on the vehicle at any time, other than where this is specifically prohibited. The speed of all vehicles on the service park must not exceed 15 km/h; failure to comply with this limit shall result in a penalty applied by the Stewards. REFUELLING is allowed only in the service park, in the designated Refuel Area. Details will be published in a bulletin and the Rally Guide. The Organisers recommend that all Service Personnel wear neck to wrist to ankle fireproof clothing, balaclava and fire proof gloves during refuelling. Up to 2 Service Crew members per competing vehicle will be permitted into the refuel area. Wrist Bands worn by both crew members (issued with competitor kit) must be displayed at all times. An official of the event will monitor the Refuel Area.

7.5

The use of pressure cleaners is prohibited in the Mount Pleasant Service Park. Cars may only be washed by use of a sponge from a bucket. Where oils, solvents and degreasing fluids are used all residues must be securely contained, removed from the Service Park and not be allowed to come in contact with the ground. Breaches noted by an official of the rally will result in a report to the Stewards with a recommendation that a fine be applied. This does not apply to any washing facilities supplied by the organisers. Car washing facilities will be available at location(s) detailed in the Road Book and in the Rally Guide. Every competing vehicle will be thoroughly washed before being allowed to start the Event – specific details of this special wash down will be in the Rally Guide. Note: You are responsible for the safe removal of all rubbish from your allocated service area to the rubbish skip provided.

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Documentation & Scrutiny Article 11 - Documentation and Scrutiny 11.1

Crews are required to present the items outlined in the ARC Sporting Regulations Art S4.4 at Documentation

11.2

Documentation will be available during the following times and MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO PRESENTATION OF THAT VEHICLE FOR SCRUTINY: Sunday 19 May Documentation: 0930 hrs - 1600 hrs at Rally Headquarters, 272 Gilbert Street, Adelaide (entry from Gilbert St only) for local crews only, and only by appointment Monday 20 May 0930 – 1630 hrs At Rally HQ, 272 Gilbert St Adelaide Tuesday 21 May 1000 – 1630 hrs At Rally HQ, 272 Gilbert St Adelaide Wednesday 22 May 0900 – 2000 hrs At Rally HQ, Service Park Thursday 23 May 0800 – 1630 hrs At Rally HQ, Service Park Friday 24 May 0700 0830 hrs At Rally HQ, Service Park

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The competitor pack will be sent out at the close of entries. Any follow up will be done at documentation.

11.4

Scrutiny will be available during the following times: Sunday 19 May 1000 hrs – 1600 hrs at CMI Toyota Adelaide, 152 West Terrace enter from Sturt Street for local crews only, and only by appointment Thursday 23 May 1830 – 2100 hrs at CMI Toyota West Tce Adelaide Friday 24 May 0730 – 0900 hrs at the Service Park/Mt Crawford Drivers registered for the ARC may present a signed Certificate of Technical Conformity. The vehicle will then be subject to random checks by the ARC Technical Commissioner. Further details will be advised by Bulletin. Vehicles required to attend Shakedown on Friday may be required to present for scrutiny on Thursday.

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A penalty of $5.00 per minute will apply for any lateness. 11.5

Unless previously done, Vehicles must be presented for scrutiny & turbo scrutiny at the CMI Toyota, West Tce Adelaide (enter from Sturt St) on Thursday 23 May between 1830 hrs and 2100 hrs or on Friday 24 May between 0730 hrs and 0900 hrs at the Service Park/Mt Crawford according to a schedule to be published in a Bulletin.

11.6

Competitors are advised that any in-car video or moving film cameras must be installed in the vehicle prior to scrutiny so that the camera and its mounting can be inspected.

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RallySafe is compulsory equipment for Scouts Rally SA. Please note that RallySafe no longer offers leasing of wiring loom, antennas and mounting kits (Kits) as described in Supplementary Regulations 11.7. For any vehicles not currently fitted with a mounting kit, kits must be purchased from the Event or from RallySafe via the online store at RallySafe.com.au for $175 ex GST. If after the event you no longer have a need for the Kit in the foreseeable future, RallySafe will offer to buy back the Kit as long as the Kit is not damaged in any way. Please contact the place of purchase post event if you wish to take up this option.

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The correct functioning and installation of the equipment will be checked at scrutineering. Any misuse of the equipment will result in the competitor being reported to the Stewards of the Meeting who may impose penalties that may go as far as exclusion. Post Event scrutiny will take place at the Service Park directly following the podium ceremony. Those vehicles selected for post event scrutiny plus any others nominated by the Stewards will proceed to Post Event Scrutiny as shown in the Rally Guide.

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Medical and Safety Services Emergency Contact Numbers

In an emergency, always call triple zero (000) for expert medical assistance Emergency Services Manager Robin Smith Chief Medical Officer Dr Thien Le Cong

c/o Scouts Rally SA 272 – 274 Gilbert St Adelaide SA 5000 c/o Scouts Rally SA 272 – 274 Gilbert St Adelaide SA 5000

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0427 580 033

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0417 882 862

Gumeracha Hospital, Albert Street, Gumeracha Royal Adelaide Hospital, North Terrace, Adelaide Northern Adelaide Health Service Hospital Road, Mt Pleasant Flinders Medical Centre, Flinders Drive, Bedford Park Mount Barker DSM Hospital, Wellington Road, Mount Barker Murray Bridge SM Hospital, Swanport Road, Murray Bridge 216 Greenhill Road Eastwood SA 5063 60 Wakefield Street, Adelaide SA 5000 Level 7, 60 Waymouth Street Adelaide SA 5000 99 Wakefield Street, Adelaide SA 5000 85 Edmund Ave Unley SA 5061

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(08) 8209 9200

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(08) 8222 4000

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(08) 8568 0000

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(08) 8204 5511

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(08) 8393 1777

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(08) 8535 6777

Medical / safety Services Hospitals for the Rally

SA Ambulance Service SA Police SA Country Fire Service SA Metropolitan Fire Service St John Ambulance Australia SA

Emergency 000 Ph (08) 8274 0432 Emergency 000 Ph (08) 8172 5000 Emergency 000 Ph (08) 8463 4200 Emergency 000 Ph (08) 8204 3638 Ph (08) 8306 6999

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Chemists Central Market Gouger Street 34 Gouger St, Adelaide Gawler Pharmacy Pty Ltd 21 Adelaide Road, Gawler Woollard Chemist 116 Melrose Street, Mt Pleasant National Pharmacies Mt Barker Shop 5 Barker Plaza Cnr Hutchinson & Morphett Rds, Mt Barker

Mon – Thurs 8 am – 6 pm Friday 8 am – 9 pm Sat 8 am – 3 pm Mon – Fri 9 am – 6.30 pm Sat 9 am – 12.30 pm Mon – Fri 9 am – 5.30 pm Sat 9 am – 12 noon Mon Tues Wed. Fri 9 am - 6 pm Thurs 9 am – 6 pm Sat & Sun 9 am – 5 pm

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Ph (08) 8231 6717

Ph (08) 8522 1689 Ph (08) 8568 2095 Ph (08) 8391 0243

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Help Save Lives Remember these 5 letters

DRABC Danger

Response

Airway

Breathing

Circulation

Check for safety of:  Yourself  Bystanders  Casualty Check for conscious state:  Shout loudly  Shake gently If unconscious, turn on side:  Look into mouth and clear airway, if necessary  Open airway by jaw lift and head tilt Check breathing for 10 seconds, if casualty is:  Unconscious and breathing, place in coma position  Unconscious & not breathing, give 5 quick breaths Check casualty’s pulse and breathing for 5 seconds:  Pulse present and not breathing, continue EAR  Control any bleeding.

Safety and First Aid Tips Most medical problems that arise with such events can be relieved by simple, effective management. Strains and Sprains  Sit down in a safe and dry location  Rest the injured limb  Ice (wrapped in a wet towel) should be applied for 15 – 20 minutes  Compression / bandage should also be applied for support  Elevate the injured limb  Refer to Medical advice if pain continues or loss of movement is experienced

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Minor Lacerations / Abrasions  Sit down in a safe and dry location  Inspect the injured site  Brush any surface items off, i.e. dirt, pine needles etc  Irrigate the injured site with water  Leave any embedded items intact in the wound (Support the embedded item and seek medical aid immediately)  Cover / dress the injured site and assess in 24 hours. Seek Medical advice if uncertain Asthma  Sit down in a safe and dry location  Loosen tight clothing  Encourage patient to administer normal dosage of their Asthma Medication  If no relief is experienced within 5 minutes, then call for immediate Medical assistance Angina Chest Pain  Sit down in a safe and dry location  Loosen tight clothing  Encourage patient to administer normal dosage of Angina Medication  If no relief is experienced within 5 minutes, then call for immediate Medical assistance. Burns

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Sit down in a safe and dry location Immediately cool the burn site by flooding with water Remove excess clothing at the burn site, but DO NOT pull burnt skin / clothing apart If the burn is the size of the patients palm or is to the face or neck, then contact Medical assistance immediately.  For all other burns, continue cooling, being careful not to overcool the patient  Cover / dress the burnt site and assess in 24 hours. Seek Medical advice if uncertain

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Start Procedure The actual start will be at Gawler Showgrounds. All vehicles are required to be at the start in “Park Expose” at 1645 hrs prior to their starting time. A bulletin will be issued to detail start arrangements following close of entries. This is open to the public, all interested are encouraged to attend and wish competing crews well as they start.

Finish Procedure The Podium Presentation will be located at Mount Pleasant Talunga Park Competitors will head for the podium parc fermé following their arrival at the final control. 1st, 2nd & 3rd crews ARC, SARC and SA Classics will be directed the front of the podium for interviews and photos at appropriate times. All vehicles will proceed over the ramp and receive finishers’ medallions for both crew members. Crews selected for post event scrutiny will be directed to the scrutiny venue from there.

Spectator Facilities Spectating will be available on the Friday night at Gawler Showgrounds for the Super Special Stage. Tickets will be available at the gate with entry free for those with approved Scouts Rally SA credentials. The main spectator area will be in the traditional “Forties” area in Mount Crawford Forest, which will be free to enter and spectate. On the Sunday there is the bonus of the Juventus Forest Sprint alongside that area creating a day of motorsport in every direction!

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Spectator spot locations – up to 8 in total - will be published on the website.

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Hospitality Arrangements Restaurants and Cafes Adelaide Restaurants Café deVili’s (open 24 hrs) 2 – 14 Manchester St Mile End South Williamstown Corner Bakery 3 Queen St Williamstown SA Flipside Café Restaurant 82 North Tce, Littlehampton SA Birdwood Country Pizza Parlour 61 Shannon St, Birdwood SA

www.bestrestaurants.com.au/location/adelaide (check out the 367 available in Adelaide) (08) 8234 1416 (08) 8524 6246 (08) 8398 2280 (08) 8568 5209

Crafers Pizza Bar (08) 8339 2297 Cnr Main St & Cox Pl, Crafers SA Steam & Whistle Bakery-Take Away (08) 8568 2888 126 Melrose St, Mt Pleasant SA Other restaurants and cafes can be found at: http://adelaidehillsfood.com.au/wp/category/eat/

Rydges South Park Ph 08 8212 1277 www.rydges.com 1 South Terrace Within walking distance of Edwards Park Adelaide Miller Apartments Adelaide Ph 08 8410 1888 www.millerapartments.com.au 16 Hindley Street 3 Kms from Edwards Park Adelaide For more city venues, check the www.accommodationadelaide.net.au website Adelaide Caravan Park Ph 08 8361-1566 adelcar@adelaidecaravanpark.com.au 46 Richmond Street 6.8 Kms from Edwards Park Hackney Levi Park Caravan Park Ph 08 8344 2209 contact@levipark.com.au 8 Kms NE of Adelaide 1a Harris Road Vale Park Brownhill Creek Caravan Park Ph 08 8271 4824 info@brownhillcreekcaravanpark.com.au Brownhill Creek Road 8 Kms South of Adelaide Mitcham Adelaide Shores Caravan Park Ph 08 8355 7320 cravanpark@adeliadeshores.com.au Military Road West Beach The Adelaide city area offers a wide choice of accommodation from Hotels, Motels & camping grounds to cottages. Enquires through:http://www.adelaidehillsaccommodation.net/ http://sa-parks.com.au/

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Accomodation Reservation

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Useful Facts and Information General Information - South Australia Weather Information (as recorded at MOUNT CRAWFORD FOREST HEADQUARTERS) Mean daily maximum temperature in May is 16.1 degrees Celsius. Mean daily minimum temperature in May is 5 degrees Celsius. Mean rainfall in May is 88.9 mm. Mean number of rain days in May is 7.5 Mean number of clear days in May is 4.7. The South Australian time zone is GMT + 9.30 hours Sunrise and Sunset times Tuesday 21 May 2013 – Sunday 26 May 2013 Date

Sunrise

Sunset

Tuesday May 21

7:07 am

5:17 pm

Wednesday May 22

7:08 am

5:16 pm

Thursday May 23

7:09 am

5:16 pm

Friday May 24

7:09 am

5:15 pm

Saturday May 25

7:10 am

5:15 pm

Sunday May 26

7:11 am

5:14 pm

State Facts Area of South Australia

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Length of coastline State faunal emblem State floral emblem State gemstone Population: South Australia Adelaide Coldest recorded temperature: South Australia Adelaide (Kent Town) Highest recorded annual rainfall: South Australia Adelaide (Kent Town) Heaviest recorded rainfall day: South Australia Adelaide (West Terrace) Wettest place average for all years of record: Driest place Highest mountain Lowest place Nobel Prize winners

985 338.3 square kilometres, which represents an eighth of the Australian Continent (ABS – 2006) 3,700 kilometres Hairy-Nosed or Plains Wombat Sturt's Desert Pea Opal 1 647 800 in September 2010 1 129 145 In June 2005 8.2 degrees Celsius at Yongala (not far from Mt Crawford) on 20 July 1976 0.4 degrees Celsius on 8 June 1982 1853 millimetres at Aldgate (near Mt Crawford) in 1913 882.4 millimetres in 1992 273 millimetres at Motpena on 14 March 1989 141 millimetres on 7 February 1925 1193 millimetres Mount Lofty (not far from Mt Crawford) 1191 millimetres Stirling (not far from Mt Crawford) Mulka (near Lake Eyre) Mount Woodroffe: 1,435 metres Lake Eyre: 12 metres (or 39 feet) below sea level Sir William Henry Bragg and Sir William Lawrence Bragg in 1915 (physics) for analysis of crystal structure of means of X-ray.

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Howard Walter Florey (Lord Florey) in 1945 (medicine) for discovery of penicillin and its curative value in some infectious diseases. Highest attendances Football match

AAMI Stadium With seating: 51,140 - Showdown between the Crows and the Power on 26 April 2003 Without seating: 66,897 Port Adelaide versus Sturt 1976. Adelaide Oval: 62,543 Port Adelaide versus Sturt 1965 Adelaide Oval 50,962 England versus Australia 14 January 1933 The Advertiser, Sunday Mail, local Messenger papers.

Cricket match Newspaper

General Information - Competitors Ordering Additional Material Additional materials (other those provided with the entry fee) can be supplied upon request Costs are as follows: Road Book and Map $ 60.00 Event Map $ 10.00 Road Book $ 55.00 Event Poster $5.00

Accreditation All competitors and crews will be accredited by wristbands. Credentials will be issued from Rally Headquarters during documentation. Please wear your accreditation at all times to ensure that you have appropriate access. Vehicles will also be accredited. This sticker must be fixed to the INSIDE of the vehicle windscreen and displayed for the duration of the event. Service Crews members and service vehicles must be registered and have signed the Service Crew Registration Form and Disclaimer in order to receive their identification.

Stewards Meeting Schedule 1st Stewards Meeting 2nd Stewards Meeting 3rd Stewards Meeting 4th Stewards Meeting

Thursday 23 May 2013 Friday 24 May 2013 Saturday 25 May 2013 Sunday 26 May 2013

1430 hrs at Rally Headquarters (City) 1730 hrs at Gawler Showgrounds 1900 hrs at Rally Headquarters (City) 1445 hrs at Rally Headquarters (City)

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Websites The following websites may hold information and updates relevant to the rally. Scouts Rally SA www.scoutsrallysa.com.au ARC www.rally.com.au CAMS www.cams.com.au CAMS Manual www.camsmanual.com.au CAMS Bulletins www.cams.com.au/Sport/Bulletins%20and%20Regulations.aspx

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Competitor Relations Officers CRO Jim McGough

CRO Mandy Rudham

Just look for the bright orange fluoro competitor relations officer jacket

Just look for the bright orange fluoro competitor relations officer jacket

Mobile: 0415 399 228 Mobile: 0419 030 695 CRO Ian Neville Just look for the bright orange fluoro competitor relations officer jacket Mobile : 0418 805 054

Competitor Relations Officer Schedule Sunday 19 May Wednesday 22 May Thursday 23 May

Friday 24 May Saturday 25 May Sunday 26 May

Documentation Documentation Documentation Scrutiny Competitors Briefing Scrutiny Refuel, Service Parks & HQ Refuel, Service Parks & HQ Refuel, Service Parks & HQ

At call: 0419 030 695 At call: 0419 030 695 At call: 0419 030 695 1830hrs – 2100hrs 1800 hrs – 1830 hrs 0730hrs – 0900hrs 1030 hrs – 2000 hrs 0630hrs - 2100hrs 0630hrs - 1700hrs

Competitors Briefing A compulsory safety briefing will be held on Friday 24th May at 1730 hrs in the Gawler Showgrounds Admin Complex, Nixon Terrace, Gawler. All drivers and co-drivers will be required to sign the briefing attendance register and must be in attendance by 1715 hrs for the entire briefing. Non-attendance will result in a report to the Stewards of the Meeting with a recommendation that a penalty be imposed.

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There are four odometer check locations. The first 3 locations are in Adelaide and the fourth is between the Forties Spectator Park and the Mount Pleasant Service Park (see map)

City The official odometer check in the City is done by travelling east along Greenhill Rd between two marked power poles and is 5.64km long. The start pole is situated 100m west of Goodwood Rd. It has a sign stating ODO Start in white letters on a red background. The end pole is situated east of Burke St (directly opposite Laurel Ave). It is marked ODO Finish in white letters on a red background.

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South The official odometer check in the South is done by travelling south along South Rd between two marked power poles and is 4.16km long. The start pole is situated approx 280m south of Sherriffs Rd / Pimpala Rd (directly opposite Stanley Ct). It has a sign stating ODO Start in white letters on a red background. The end pole is situated 270m south of Greengate Gr. It is marked ODO Finish in white letters on a red background.

North The official odometer check in the North is done by travelling northwest along McIntyre Rd between two marked poles and is 4.96km long. The start pole is situated approx 200m north of Wright Rd (3rd light pole). It has a sign stating ODO Start in white letters on a red background. The end pole is situated 150m east of Booloo St (79 McIntyre Rd). It is marked ODO Finish in white letters on a red background.

Mt Crawford Odometer Check The check is located on Cricks Mill Road. This is the road between the Mt Crawford stages and the Mount Pleasant Showgrounds. The 6.50 km odometer check begins by travelling south east from the start red/green post. This post is located approximately 100 metres from the Warren Road intersection in the layover adjacent Mount Road. The end red/green post is located approximately 750 metres from the Elliots Boundary Road intersection.

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The distance is taken with the front wheels of the vehicle level with the nominated points.

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Vehicle Signage

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Diagram – ARC 2WD, 2WD & SUV

All

Area A1

170mm H x 520mm W (includes border) –– SCOUTS

All

Area A2

170mm H x 150mm W (includes border) – Competition Numbers

All

Area A3

Not required

ARC Only

Area B

400mm H x 500mm W Roof Plate –East Coast Bull Bars and Competition Number

All

Area C

All

Area D

85mm H x 400mm W central at bottom of rear window - East Coast Bull Bars Competitors in the Rallyschool.com.au Australian Junior Challenge will use the RAJC logo 120mm H x 600mm W – East Coast Bull Bars

All

Area E

All

Area F

All

Area G

380mm H x 200mm W - SCOUTS, SHANNONS & RaceCam Area G may be deleted on the payment of an additional fee (see Art 6.6.1)

4WD, SUV & RAJC ARC

Area H

Windscreen Strip 50mm H - 4WD & SUV – East Coast Bullbars RAJC - Rallyschool.com.au Australian Junior Challenge

Area I

350mm H x 70mm W – Control Tyre logo - Kumho

ARC

Area J

350mm H x 70mm W - Control Tyre logo - Kumho

ARC

Area K

500mm H x 100mm W - Control Tyre logo - Kumho

100mm H x 100mm W - Competition Number on co-drivers side on front windscreen 60mm H x 190mm W - CAMS Logo

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Diagram - Classics

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All

Area A Area A3

520mm H x 500mm W incl Area A3 140mm x 500 mm - SCOUTS Not required

Area B

Not required

All

Area C

85mm H x 400mm W central at bottom of rear window - East Coast Bull Bars

All

Area D

120mm H x 600mm W – East Coast Bull Bars

All

Area E

100mm H x 100mm W - Competition Number on co-drivers side on front windscreen

All All

Area F Area G

60mm H x 190mm W - CAMS Logo 380mm H x 200mm W - SCOUTS, SHANNONS & RaceCam Area G may be deleted on the payment of an additional fee (see Art 6.6.1)

SARC Competitors Refer to Clause 8.3 – SA Conditions of Rallying 2013

Stickers Must Be Affixed To Vehicle Windscreens Please note that in order to be valid, all stickers issued must be affixed to vehicles as directed. This particularly applies to Service Crew Vehicles, where vehicles without the appropriate service crew or other sticker affixed INSIDE the windscreen will not be admitted to the service park. Recce Vehicle numbers MUST be displayed as directed in the Supplementary Regulations. Any vehicle NOT displaying the supplied stickers is subject to disciplinary actions – this may see refusal to entry to further stages.

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General Information Economic Impact of Scouts Rally SA The Scouts Rally of South Australia has a large economic benefit for South Australia. Scouts Rally SA contributes over $1.1 million to the South Australian economy. Not only do hundreds of people come from interstate and overseas but tens of thousands from within the state travel to the event. South Australia is well known for staging major motor sport events and the extensive coverage given by One HD, Foxtel and all the other media outlets not only adds to this reputation but gives the state very broad exposure.

General Services Airlines Jetstar

13 15 38

www.jetstar.com

Qantas

13 13 13

www.qantas.com

Virgin Blue

13 67 89

www.virginblue.com.au

Banking General Banking Hours NAB ATM Stirling 26 Mount Barker Road, Stirling, SA 5152 Commonwealth ATM 4 Gawler St, Mount Barker, SA 5251 BankSA – ATM – Gawler 33 Murray St, Gawler Westpac 41 Mount Barker Rd, Stirling SA 5152

Mon – Thu Friday

9.30 am – 4.00 pm 9.30 am – 5.00 pm

13 13 14

www.nab.com.au

13 22 21

www.commbank.com.au

13 13 76

www.banksa.com.au

13 2032

www.westpac.com.au

Mechanical Repairs Mechanical Repair Adelaide Car Servicing Birdwood Sales & Service Shannon Street, Birdwood SA 5234

www.ultratunesa.com.au

Gorgas Motor Services 8 Piccadilly Rd, Crafers SA 5152

(08) 8339 3055

(08) 8568 5201

Sign writer 0418 186 774

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Jon Taylor - Signing Says

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Accident Procedures/Yellow Flags (SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS ARTICLE 15) Crews should refer to the page in the front of the roadbook which details the action which must be to taken in the event of an accident or if yellow flags are displayed on the course. Failure to adhere to these requirements will be reported to the Stewards of the Meeting for consideration of exclusion or other penalty. A copy of the SOS/OK sign displaying the vehicle competition number is required to be carried in the vehicle at all times. An A3 laminated sign will be provided.

Officials ‘HELP’ Board The organisers will be providing Road Closure officials with an emergency board; this will have the word HELP printed in red on a white background. If urgent medical assistance is required or the safety of the stage may be seriously compromised and the officials have no other means of communications, they are to display the HELP board to passing rally cars. The rally crew must then notify the Stop Control that an official has displayed the board and the Stage will be stopped while a FIV is dispatched to investigate. If the official is showing signs of extreme emergency (e.g. waving arms) and is displaying the ‘HELP’ sign, it is expected that the crew will stop to investigate. The crew may apply to the Clerk of Course for compassionate time compensation which shall not be unreasonably withheld.

Accidents/Red SOS In the event of an accident where injuries are sustained that require immediate medical attention or where assistance is required with a fire the red SOS sign should be displayed to the following car, which is required to stop. The crew of this vehicle should assist and assess the requirements. The second and third cars to arrive should proceed to the next SOS radio points to notify the organisers of the situation. All other vehicles should then stay with the crew of the vehicle involved in the accident and continue to render assistance as required.

Stopped Vehicle/OK Sign If a car stops in a special stage as a result of mechanical failure or after an accident a warning triangle must be displayed in a conspicuous position at least 50 metres behind the car except where the car is not in a hazardous position. Crews sighting a warning triangle must drive with caution and reduce speed until the stopped car has been passed. If no immediate medical attention is required the ok sign must be clearly & actively displayed to at least the three following cars.

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The OK sign and the warning triangle, if used, must be left on display for the whole length of the period that the car is stopped on the course regardless of whether or not the crew remain with the car. Failure to adhere to these regulations will be reported to the Stewards of the Meeting for consideration of exclusion or other penalty.

Safety First Intervention Vehicle (FIV) At the start of each stage and part way through stages over 15 kms we have First Intervention Vehicles (FIV’s). They are manned by a paramedic or a doctor and a fire officer whom all have significant motor sport trauma experience. They are equipped with fire suppression equipment and advanced medical

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equipment, including extrication devices. Their primary role is providing scene assessment, medical intervention, fire suppression, basic rescue and scene management. As a backup to the FIV’s we will have ambulances on standby at strategic locations. We also have the provision to call in emergency helicopters if required.

Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr Thien Le Cong has been appointed as our Chief Medical Officer. He is qualified in medical emergency management and has been involved with Clipsal 500, Classic Adelaide and Rally SA for many years in Medical positions.

Emergency Services Manager (ESM) Our Emergency Services Manager is Robin Smith who has worked as Deputy Safety Officer for the majority of the Rally SA events. He will coordinate our own Emergency Services and also other local authorities, including Police, SES, CFS and Hospitals.

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We track all the vehicles through every stage by recording when they have started, finished and also as they pass monitoring points known as SOS points, which are located at regular intervals throughout the stages. If any car does not go through a point or if a following car notifies the SOS point or the Deputy Stage Commander at the Stop Point that a competitor requires medical assistance we stop the stage and send in the FIV.

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RallySafe What is RallySafe? RallySafe is an innovative vehicle to vehicle communication system that transmits hazard warnings via in-car units in competitive motor sports events such as a rally. The RallySafe unit is a small electronic module fitted to a vehicle for use by the navigator and driver. It incorporates a full colour display, key pad, accelerometer, a radio transceiver, GPS and GSM Satellite communications capabilities. The RallySafe electronic device utilises satellite technology to automatically transmit warnings and vehicle status data from unit to unit and to Race Control. The system includes an automated hazard warning generated in the event of an accident. This signal is transmitted immediately to following competitors’ vehicles and race controllers. Each in-car unit indicates a competing vehicle’s speed and location in reference to the designated course. The driver or navigator is able to over-ride or downgrade the warning that their vehicle transmits when the system identifies an extraordinary event. An example could be if a vehicle unexpectedly stops on course but does not present any danger to itself or following competitors. Push to pass functionality is also a feature allowing a competitor to warn forward vehicles of their intention to overtake greatly eliminating risks taken in dust or hazardous passing locations. The RallySafe device provides automated in car ‘flag signalling’ of road and weather conditions and provides following vehicles notification if a competitor stops or crashes on course. The system utilises a combination of currently available technology in multiple ways to greatly improve the safety of competitors in motorsport. Motorsport has historically relied on human “Flag Marshalls” trained to signal cars of dangerous situations. Flag Marshalls cannot feasibly cover every metre of a designated competition zone and cannot be placed in positions that jeopardise their safety, particularly in rallying. Also there are situations where human intervention is just not fast enough. RallySafe is able to cover the entire course and can notify competitors and race control without delay.

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The system also allows Race Control to view the location of all competitors and emergency vehicles on course in real time in addition to monitoring stage times.

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Fitting Kit Instructions

Fitting kit includes all components shown in picture (Main Display Unit is not a part of the fitting kit and will be available at documentation or scrutiny)

12V Power Supply As Rallysafe requires a continual reliable power supply from 9 to 28 volts it is imperative that the supply is picked up from the battery positive or the battery positive side of the isolation switch meaning that power is supplied to the unit at all times. Please do not use an ignition switched power supply. We recommend that a 5 amp blade type or similar quality fuse is used at the supply end of the Rallysafe power lead.

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0 volts or Battery negative can be picked up at any suitable earthing point providing the master switch does not switch the negative side of the battery.

The Rallysafe unit has its own internal battery that is kept charged via the cars power but is only there as a reserve supply to power the unit in an accident situation where the cars power supply is interrupted. ie: car battery smashed or dislodged.

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As the Rallysafe unit is aware of its location and movement it will automatically go into power save/sleep mode 5 minutes after its position staying constant, the only time the unit will continue to function is when it is sending Hazard type signals while on stage.

The Rallysafe power supply should finish at a minimum of 200mm from the unit location.

Antenna Lead Connection 1. Uppermost Terminal is connected to the internal WiFi if supplied or the marked WiFi lead on the 3in1 antenna (Right Hand Thread) 2. The Satellite antenna is connected to the central terminal; this is not marked on the 3in1 antenna (Left Hand Thread) 3. The GPS Antenna is connected to the lowest terminal, this is marked GPS on the 3in1 antenna (Right Hand Thread) (Note: Internal WiFi is not marked but is connected to the uppermost terminal on the RS Unit)

Unit Mount

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The Standard mounting method for the Rallysafe unit is a Ram type Ball and clamp. The co drivers roll cage forward leg is an ideal position to mount the clamp but this position can be arranged to suit the vehicle and or the competitors. The RS unit should be mounted in a position where peripheral vision will catch screen warnings etc .Some drivers prefer to have visual contact with the unit others prefer to let the co driver view the screen and call the warnings as required. A large suction cup mount is also available but not recommended. Please observe photos to help visualize the required positioning.

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Antenna Installation 3 in 1 Bolt on: Preferred The antenna is to be mounted through a 12mm hole in a central location on the ROOF of the vehicle preferably 50mm forward of the main Roll bar hoop allowing the cabling to then pass through the roof and follow the cage bars back to the RS unit location. Alternative antennas can be ordered that do not require a hole to be made through the roof but we recommend that the normal 3 in one antenna be used as it significantly improves communications. The antenna is a fully watertight unit which seals against the roof surface.

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Internal Wifi: Preferred This antenna should be cable tied inside the cabin on roll cage bar (or internal roof surface in the case of a stick on internal WiFi) in a central position that allows the best view outside.

3 in 1 stick on: Alternative The antenna is to be mounted in a location on the ROOF of the vehicle preferably within easy cable reach of the final RS unit mounting position allowing the cabling to then pass through the door seal and follow the cage bars back to the RS unit location. The antenna is a fully watertight unit which seals against the roof surface. Cabling will need to be suitably taped to the outside of the car.

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Technical Information Power Consumption at 12 volts Power On – Transit Mode

0.200A

Power On – Transit Mode - Charging

0.300A

Power Down – Sleep Mode

0.140A

Transmitting Incident on Stage

0.250A

Conductor Specifications 2

External Diameter

2.5mm

Material

Copper

Current Rating

5.75A

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Number of Conductors

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Dos and Don’ts SOME DO’S AND DONT’S TO OBSERVE

Do  Be unfailingly pleasant.  Show COURTESY to the “Locals” in the areas through which we pass – after all, they live there and we want to come back in future years.  Report any INCIDENT or ACCIDENT with another vehicle or property. Use the appropriate accident and injury report forms along with the Withdrawal form in your Road Book or get one from Rally Headquarters or one of the CRO’s.  Obey INSTRUCTIONS of all officials – this will make for a smoother event.  Respect the traffic laws on PUBLIC ROADS. Speed cameras are used in the state of South Australia. If a competitor is reported by the SA Police as having exceeded the speed limit on any transport stage or during recce, that competitor is liable to incur the normal civil road penalties as well as event penalties applied under the Supplementary Regulations.  Show COURTESY TO OTHER ROAD USERS – you don’t know who they are, but in view of the markings on your car they will certainly know who you are.  Use the CROs (Competitor Relations Officers) for help with any problems.  Use CONCRETE or WATER CONTAINER WEIGHTS to hold down any shelters or tentage where appropriate (e.g. bitumen)

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 LITTER – there are heavy fines for littering in a public place, so carry a litterbag in your vehicle  DROP OIL anywhere. The Service Park, overnight and Parc Ferme areas are in private facilities. Please pay attention to mechanicals, which drip oil. Use appropriate measures to deal with oil spills.  DRINK and DRIVE! It is strictly forbidden to consume intoxicating liquor or to use prohibited drugs during the course of the days of competition or within six hours of a competitor’s start time for a day and penalties up to exclusion apply (refer to the Supplementary Regulations).

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Sponsors Naming Rights Sponsor

Platform Sponsors

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Sponsors

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Official Charity

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Supporters

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Appendix A – Event Itinerary Shakedown, Qualifying & Power Stage TC / SS

Description/ name

SS Distance

Liaison Distance

Total Distance

Target Time

First Car Due

Prologue and Power Stage Assembly at Mt Crawford Q0

Start

Q1

Mt Crawford forest

Q1

Qualifying 1

Q1A

Holding area - In

Q1B

Holding area - Out

Q2

Mt Crawford forest

Q2

Qualifying 2

Q2A

All vehicles assembled 5 mins before their start time 9:00 0.37

0.37

5

9:05 9:08

2.65 0.49

3.14

10

9:18

E

9:48 0.37

0.37

5

Holding area - In

9:53 9:21

2.65 0.49

3.14

10

10:06

E

Holding area Q2B

Holding area - Out

PPS

Mt Crawford forest

PPS

Pedders Power Stage (ARC only)

PPSA

10:36 0.37

0.37

5

10:44

2.65

Holding area - In

10:41

0.49

3.14

10

10:54

Holding area PPSB

11:24

Holding area - Out

Heat 1 - Friday TC / SS

Description/ name

SS Distance

Liaison Distance

Total Distance

Target Time

First Car Due

Start Heat 1 Section 1 0 1 SS 1 1A

Form-up area

18:00

Superspecial start Gawler 1

0.54

0.54

5

18:08

1.14

Parc expose - In

18:05

0.15

1.29

2

18:10

Holding area 1B

Parc expose - Out

2

Superspecial start

SS 2

0.54

5

2.28

20:15 20:18

1.14

Mt Pleasant - Parc ferme - In Totals

0.54

38.81

39.95

40.04

42.32

50

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Gawler 2

20:10

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TC / SS

Description/ name

Section 2 (Saturday morning) 2B Re-start at Mt Pleasant / Service A - In Service A 2C Service A - Out Refuel - Service park exit RZ1 Distance to next refuel 3 Muellers Rd SS 3 Dewells 1 4 Rocky Paddock SS 4 Baynes Gully 1 5 Cattleyards gate SS 5 Gum Flat 1 5A Regroup - In Regroup Section 3 5B Regroup - Out/ Service B - In Service B 5C Service B - Out Refuel - Service park exit RZ2 Distance to next refuel 6 Rocky Paddock SS 6 Baynes Gully 2 7 Wirra Wirra Rd SS 7 Corryton Park 7A Regroup - In Regroup Section 4 7B Regroup - Out/ Service C - In Service C 7C Service C - Out Refuel - Service park exit RZ3 Distance to next refuel 8 Gate 1 SS 8 Tower Road 1 9 Cattleyards gate SS 9 Gum Flat 2 9A Regroup - In Regroup Section 5 9B Regroup - Out/ Service D - In Service D 9C Service D - Out Refuel - Service park exit RZ4 Distance to next refuel 10 Muellers Rd SS 10 Dewells 2 11 Gate 1 SS 11 Tower Road 2 11A Service E - In Service E 11B Service E - Out / Parc ferme - In Totals

SS Distance

Liaison Distance

Total Distance

Target Time

(2.28)

(40.04)

(42.32)

20

First Car Due 8:00 8:20

(32.97)

(55.43)

(88.40)

5.26

5.26

11

5.22

14.62

17

14.00

31.26

33

30.95

37.26

39 20

(55.43)

(88.40)

30

9.40 17.26 6.31

(32.97)

8:31 8:34 8:51 8:54 9:27 9:30 10:09

10:59 (31.21)

(37.57)

(68.78)

12.97

12.97

19

9.78

27.04

31

14.82

28.77

32 20

(37.57)

(68.78)

20

17.26 13.95

(31.21)

11:18 11:21 11:52 11:55 12:27

13:07 (23.93)

(55.04)

(78.97)

11.18

11.18

16

12.91

30.53

33

30.95

37.26

39 20

(55.04)

(78.97)

20

17.62 6.31

13:23 13:26 13:59 14:02 14:41

15:01 (23.93)

15:21 (27.02)

(21.74)

(48.76)

5.26

5.26

11

3.43

12.83

16

(27.02)

13.05 (21.74)

30.67 (48.76)

33 120

117.41

209.82

327.23

9.40 17.62

15:32 15:35 15:51 15:54 16:27 18:27

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Heat 2 – Sunday TC / SS

Description/ name

SS Distance

Liaison Distance

Total Distance

Target Time

First Car Due

Section 6 (Sunday morning) 11C

Parc ferme - Out / Service F - In Service F

11D RZ5 12 SS 12 13 SS 13 13A

Service F - Out Refuel - Service park exit Distance to next refuel Wirrilda Rd Honeysuckle

7:30 (0.00)

(0.00)

20 7:50

(21.31)

(89.18)

(110.49)

31.82

31.82

39

15.21

25.50

31

9:03 9:06

11.02

Regroup - In

8:29 8:32

10.29

Back Callington Rd Manfour

(0.00)

42.15

53.17

Regroup

56

10:02

20

Section 7 13B

Regroup - Out/ Service G - In Service G

13C RZ6 14 SS 14 15

Service G - Out Refuel - Service park exit Distance to next refuel Cromer School Rd Cromer Speck Gully

16

Forestry HQ

16A

HQ

(89.18)

(110.49)

20 10:42

(29.43)

(46.39)

(75.82)

6.02

6.02

10

7.77

14.23

17

3.77

15.66

20

11:12 11:15

11.89

11:35 11:38

6.07

Regroup - In

10:52 10:55

6.46

Forties Rd

SS 15 SS 16

10:22 (21.31)

14.97

21.04

Regroup

22

12:00

20

Section 8 16B

Regroup - Out/ Service H - In Service H

16C RZ7 17 SS 17 18 SS 18

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18A

Service H - Out Refuel - Service park exit Distance to next refuel Allendale Road Goldfields

(24.42)

Tweeden

(32.53)

(56.95)

30 12:50

(48.08)

(59.70)

(107.78)

34.00

34.00

40

10.85

27.20

30

14.85

46.58

48

(59.70)

(107.78)

7

14:03 14:06

31.73

Service I - In

13:30 13:33

16.35

Tweedies Gully Rd

14:54

E

Podium / Parc ferme - In

15:31

E

Podium Ceremony

16:01

Service I 18B

12:20

Totals

(48.08)

93.81

181.41

275.22

213.50

431.27

644.77

E = Early check in permitted (refer Supp regs)

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Appendix B - Special Stage Descriptions STAGE

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Qualifying Pedders Power Stage Gawler Super Special

APPROX DISTANCE 3 km 3km 1.5km

Dewells

8 km

Baynes Gully

17 km

Gum Flat

6.5 km

Corryton Park

21 km

Tower Road

18 km

Honeysuckle Manfour

10.31 km 11.00 km

Cromer

6 km

Speck Gully

12 km

Latvian Spy

6 km

HQ

6.5 km

Goldfields

17 km

Tweeden

32.02 km

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

REFERENCE TO 2012

Forties area of Mt Crawford Largely the media loop with minor changes Technical mixture of gravel, bitumen and grass/gravel around the perimeter of the Gawler Showgrounds, run twice Typical Mt Crawford roads around Telephone Road Combines the best of Forties and Ridgetops Reverse. Includes major jumps from the early Media stage. Contains a SERIOUS TRIPLE !!! CAUTION and a couple of roads never used before Kersbrook forest going to old testing area from the north. Narrow, twisty, challenging Good flowing council road, with superb all-weather surface, and some off camber corners. The last two thirds of Tweeden Baynes Gully reversed with minor changes Smooth, twisty council road Lovely flowing road, very smooth, crosses the main Melbourne line once, and runs along beside the freeway to Murray Bridge. Contains a SERIOUS TRIPLE !!! CAUTION Council road, well graded, blind crests and off camber corners Mt Crawford Forest

New for 2013 New for 2013

Very interesting road running around the edge of the Warren Reservoir. Narrow, twisty on top of South Para Gorge New stage in forestry north of headquarters including a bit of Mount Road Fantastic council road as used in the Redex Trial. Fast, flowing, cresty Fast flowing roads made up of a combination of the Tweedies Gully and Eden High stages from 2009. Longish stage through vineyard country near Pewsey Vale. Fast in places. Lots of variety.

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New for 2013

Different finish point New for 2013 (based on Mt Crawford 2012)

New for 2013

New for 2013 (Based on Tweeden 2012)

New for 2013 Same as 2012 Same start as 2011, last half same as 2012

Shortened version of stage last held in 2011 Shortened version of Baynes Gully Last held in 2003

New for 2013

Same as 2011 Same as 2012

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Appendix C – Scrutiny Location

Scrutiny Documentation for Local Entrants will be held on Sunday 19 May at the Rally Office 0930 to 1600 Hrs, 272 Gilbert Street, Adelaide. Entry is to be made from Gilbert Street only. Crews MUST complete documentation PRIOR to going to scrutiny. It is essential that crews contact the Rally Office on 8212 2800 to book any special Sunday scrutiny time. Otherwise, times will be allocated. NOTE: Cars will only be accepted at their allotted time. Vehicle Scrutiny will be held at the rear of CMI Toyota, 152 West Terrace, Adelaide. Access is from Sturt Street. Entry is via the roller door at the “Service and Parts” section. Turbo Sealing will be carried out during this session for the local entrants. There will be a BBQ and coffee/tea available at CMI Toyota on Sunday 19 May.

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ALL OTHER SCRUTINY – CMI Toyota 152 Sturt St Adelaide – Thursday 23 May POST EVENT SCRUTINY – Mt Pleasant Service Park – Sunday 26 May

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Appendix D – Travel Instructions

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Adelaide Airport to Rally HQ (Adelaide)

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Adelaide Airport to Gawler Super Special Stage

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Adelaide Airport to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Rally HQ (Adelaide) to Gawler Super Special Stage

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Rally HQ (Adelaide) to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Gawler Super Special Stage to Adelaide Airport

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Gawler Super Special Stage to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Adelaide Airport

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Gawler Super Special Stage

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Mount Crawford Gate 1 / Tower Road

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Cromer Test

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Service Park (Mount Pleasant) to Dickers Test

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Mount Crawford Gate 1 / Tower Road to Service Park (Mount Pleasant)

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Pedders Power Stage Map / Layout

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Scouts Rally SA 2013 Rally Guide  

Complete guide for competitors, service crews and interested parties of the 2013 Scouts Rally SA.

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