With both the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC), RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) and Motorsport Australia NSW Rally Championship holding their respective season finales, there will be lots going throughout the highly anticipated event.
Over the course of the three days, the free-to-attend Rally Central will serve as the main hub at every point of the rally with a collection of activations on hand to accommodate fans of all ages.
Kicking off with Friday night’s Rally Show, where the rally’s opening ceremony will take place, Rally Central will be the location of the Service Park all weekend, where fans can meet the drivers and see the cars up close.
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Like many fan zones at major sporting events around the world, Rally Central will allow fans to watch some of the action live and free, with Saturday afternoon’s Super Special Stage and the EROAD Power Stage to be broadcast via the big screen.
Following the EROAD Power Stage on Sunday afternoon, the event and overall championship podiums will be held in Rally Central at 6pm AEDT, before the official after party where popular NSW Australian Rock Duo, Black Pallas, take the lead on the post-event celebrations.
In addition to rally related activations, there will be plenty of other family-friendly activities for fans to enjoy, including simulators, lawn games and a collection of food trucks and pop-up bars available all weekend.
Rally Central is free for all to attend with more information on the event available here.
The Supercheap Auto Coffs Coast Rally takes place in and around the Coffs Coast on 25-27 November, with Rally Central at C.ex International Stadium to be the main hub for fans on all three days.