Scrutineering, Sealing and Marking
Specific and National Regulations
A noise test will be carried out at scrutineering. The noise limit will be 100dB(A) measured at 0.5m from the end of the exhaust pipe at an angle of 45°. All transmissions, turbos and spares will be marked and sealed for all competitors.
Competitors must make the necessary preparations before attending scrutineering; this includes the removal of the sump guard which must be kept with the car for weighing purposes.
Use of a head restraint (HANS device) in compliance with FIA 8858-2002 is mandatory for all competitors, and must be an FIA approved model as detailed in Technical List No. 29 of Appendix J.
Competitors helmets must be in compliance with FIA 8858-2002 and be an FIA approved model as detailed in Technical List No. 29 of Appendix J.
Flame resistant clothing must be worn and homologated to the FIA 8856-2000 standard. The above equipment will be checked at Scrutineering.
Features of the Rally
Official Notice Board
The Official Notice Board will be in Rally HQ, Perth Airport, Perth.
Ceremonial Start Procedure
All crews must be at the pre start holding area at Stirling Castle Esplanade by 17.45hrs. A £500 fine for lateness will be applied. The autograph signing session will take place inside Stirling Castle for invited crews.
Running Order & Starting Intervals
The first 10 cars in the Start List will run in seeded entry list order on Leg 1 and Leg 2 at 2 minute intervals. The first 10 cars in overall classification after Leg 2 will run in reverse order at 2 minute intervals on Leg 3.
Time Card Change During the Rally
Time cards will be issued at the following time controls:
TC0, TC2D, TC5B, TC8D, TC11B, TC13B
Starting System of Special Stages
The following start light system will be used: