Spectators the winners in busy Coffs Coast finale
Friday 04 November, 2022
Photos: Red Bull
The official Spectator Guide for November’s Supercheap Auto Coffs Coast Rally has been released with fans to be treated to get an unforgettable experience.
Serving as the final round for both the 2022 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) and RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) seasons, the event is sure to be entertaining for competitors, officials and spectators alike.
A mega 14 stage schedule awaits crews with 198 competitive kilometres making up the two-day itinerary in the picturesque region as champions for both championships will be crowned.
Spectators planning to attend these exciting finales will get a handful of opportunities to see the bumper field of cars in action as a result of the multiple spectator points.
Starting off with the exciting Rally Show on Friday night at C.Ex Stadium Rally Central, the first stages open for viewing will be on the Saturday morning with the Bee Road spectator point to run SS1 and SS3 at approximately 8:10am and 11:01am AEDT.
Later on Saturday afternoon will be highly anticipated Super Special Stages at Raleigh International Raceway, where fans can watch exciting head-to-head action from the stands.
The final spectator point for fans will be on Sunday at Mole Creek Spectator Point, which will see the cars go past at 10:00am and 3:30pm AEDT for stages SS11 and SS14.
In addition to the rally action, fans will be able to get up close to the magnificent machinery of the best rally drivers in the region and Australia via C.Ex Stadium Rally Central, which will house the Service Park along and a number of activations and hospitality options.
From the Red Bull and Kids Zones to the Supercheap Auto Clubhouse, there will be lots of family entertainment to cater to all ages, as well as the multiple service breaks where teams will be working hard to keep each car in shape.
Held at C.Ex Stadium in Coffs Harbour, Rally Central will be open from 5pm on the Friday night for the rally show, as well as being open to fans from 12pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday for all service breaks, selected stages on the big screen, podium celebrations and the jam-packed afterparty.
Click here to view the Spectator Guide.
Tickets for the event are free of charge, however interested fans intending on attending the rally are encouraged to register a place so they don’t miss out.
The Supercheap Auto Coffs Coast Rally takes place on the Coffs Coast on 25-27 November.