Welcome to RallySport Ontario (RSO), the home of rallying in Ontario.
- Regional Rally Director Voting – RSO Club members can now vote through their Club reps until Dec 12 2022 for their candidate of choice to be presented to the CARS AGM in January. Two rally folks have been nominated for the role – Please contact your Club reps for more details. Here are the bios for nominees Warren Haywood and Davie Cotie
- 2022 Mid-Season OPRC Update
- 2022 OPRC Prize Fund
- 2022 OPRC Rule set
- 2022 OPRC Calendar
- January Jaunt is on! (on Mar 26)
- 2021 OPRC Season Results & Round up by VP Performance, Brandon Pace
- President’s update April 2021
- CARS Announcement-2020-08 Covid19 Transmission Prevention Requirements
There are many ways to get involved with rallysport – navigational rallies, performance rallies and rally cross. Or volunteer at any of the events; some performance events have over 200 volunteers helping! Being a volunteer at the performance events can get you up close to the action, and gives you insight into how the events run. Interested in exploring the province? Helping at a navigational rally will take you to some places you never imagined.
Or just jump in to Navigational (or TSD) rallies. They’re the cheapest and easiest way to get started. A regular road-worthy vehicle (car, pickup truck, minivan), a willing partner, some basic tools (calculator, digital timepiece, pencils) and you’re on your way. There’s always a basic introduction before every rally.
Performance rallies require more of an investment, but the rewards are great! Two people working together to go as fast as they can on a closed road.
Rallycross lets you get a taste of performance rallying at a fraction of the cost. Take your daily driver, plop on a helmet, and have a go at a short dirt and gravel course.
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