Reconnaissance cars must comply with Article 20.1 of the 2011 FIA RRCSR.
Competitors are permitted a maximum of two passages over each special stage during reconnaissance.
The maximum speed during reconnaissance for SS14 & 15 is 40 kph. The maximum speed on all other special stages during reconnaissance is 80 kph.
The fitting or carrying of radar detection equipment during reconnaissance is not permitted.
Any driver not entered in the rally may take part in reconnaissance. The regulations regarding reconnaissance must be respected in their entirety and the Organisers must be informed. A Reconnaissance Registration Form can be found in Rally Guide 2 and on www.rallyofscotland.com. The fee for taking part in Reconnaissance only is £450.
Speeding Offences during Reconnaissance
During reconnaissance, any speeding offence whether recorded by police or officials on a special stage or on a road section, will result in the following fines being levied by the
Clerk of the Course: For each km per hour over the speed limit:
£25 for all drivers
This fine is levied as per the Regulations. The amount of the fine is unaltered by any fine that may or may not be levied by the Police. The fine is doubled for all drivers if a 2nd offence is committed.
Documents to be presented
At administrative checks the following documents will be checked and entry form details verified:
drivers’ and co-drivers’ competition licences
authorisation by their ASN for the drivers and co-drivers to take part in the rally, if
rally car’s registration papers
correctness of all other information given on the entry form
All drivers and co-drivers must be present at administrative checks.