Wethersfield was used for CMC / WECC stage rallies in the late 1990s and is home to the MoD Police.
The Targa rally has a number of one to two mile driving tests set out in different layouts which will vary during the day.
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We are electing to run this event as closed-to-club – which avoids the need for an MSA competition licence, but means all competitors must produce a CMC club card at signing on. Please apply for membership via chelmsfordmc.co.uk/Membership if needed.
Cars must comply with R18, so engines can have a maximum of 4 cylinders. MSA rule R18.2.5 only allows forced-induction for petrol and diesel engines under 1500cc. Rule R18.6.6 for daylight road rallies allows cars to be more than one colour, and to carry up to 1250 sq cm of advertising (the area of 2 sheets of A4 paper) ONLY. Large logos will need to be removed or completely covered up. Towing eyes must be fitted and ready for use in case you break down.
There is an award for best historic if there are 5 or more entries with pre-1986 cars.
A souvenir M&H Photography photograph will be emailed to each competitor after the event, so please make sure you all provide correct email addresses.”