ASO and ODC are pleased to announce the organization of the 2nd edition of the Andalucía Rally. This European rally, stage of the FIA Cross Country Rallies World Cup, will take place from May 12 to 16 from Villamartin. And like last year, the bivouac will be set up on the magnificent place of Hacienda El Rosalejo.
May 11 and 12 will be devoted to Shakedown, administrative and technical checks as well as the prologue for all categories. Then, 4 days of stages will follow in the typical Andalusian landscapes.
Building on last year’s experience, we are working to bring you the best trails the region has to offer, that have also been adapted to the rally raid discipline, with stages from 200 to 300 km per day.
The bivouac will remain at a fixed point during the entire rally at the Hacienda El Rosalejo and each stage will take place in a loop: start and finish at the Hacienda.
In addition to the few arrows and ribbons distributed along the route, a colored road-book will be given to you. It will be an electronic roadbook for all Auto FIA competitors.
Each competitor will be equipped with a Smalltrack beacon which will allow us to constantly know the position of all the vehicles and which will allow you to follow the results in real time throughout the stages.
In order to support, train and prepare bike competitors who wish to participate in the Dakar, the Andalucía Rally will, under certain conditions, be considered as a qualifying race. The competitors whose objective is to participate in Dakar, must register in the “Road To Dakar” category (CF tab “Road To Dakar Label” to learn about the conditions), they will be accompanied by a coach who will accompany them throughout the duration of the whole rally.
The categories of this Andalucía Rally are:
– FIA World Cup T1, T2, T3 and T4
– Open: for cars outside FIA and Dakar regulations
– Moto / Quad: for experienced pilots who are used to rally raids.
– Enduro Cup Moto / Quad: for those who are new to rally raid with a bike of a range of 90 km.
SIDE BY SIDE
– OPEN: for side by side out of FIA and Dakar regulations and with a range of 90 km.