(a) The following documents, valid on
the day(S) of the event, must be presented
i) driver's license for the crew member
listed as driver
ii) vehicle registration
iii) liability insurance for the entered
iv) when the owner of the vehicle is not
entered as the driver or passenger, a written
authorization from the owner of the vehicle
v) for any participant (driver or passenger)
under the age of majority of the province,
a written permission signed by a parent
vi) rally sprint competition licenses,
issued by the CARS region, for both driver
and co-driver (regional or national licenses
a) Vehicles must be based on a production,
closed body and chassis to compete.
b) All competing vehicles must be roadworthy
and the following items, in particular,
must be adequate and functioning properly:
all brakes, horn, windshield wipers, all
legally required exterior lights, tires
(including all spares) and exhaust system.
c) All loose items in the vehicle must
be fastened securely during the event (including
items in the trunk).
d) Mechanical condition and safety of the
vehicle is the responsibility of he competitor.
2.2.3 Mandatory equipment
a) Helmets bearing "Snell Memorial Foundation
"1990 (or more recent) must be worn by all
drivers and co-drivers.
b) A tow rope, fire extinguisher, first
aid kit and a self supporting reflective
triangle must be carried in the vehicle.
c) A roll bar with 4 point attachments
(rear main hoop, back stays, and double
diagonal) is the minimum requirement. This
roll bar must comply to CARS standards (see
NRR II c.2). A full roll cage, compliant
to CARS standards is mandatory when a driver
enters his fourth rally sprint.
d) In the case of a driver entering a modified
vehicle or if the driver has previously
entered a performance rally as a driver
, then a full rollcage is required/
e) Minimum three point seat harnesses must
be worn by drivers and co-drivers. However,
5 or 6 point harnesses, compliant to CARS
standards (see NRR II c.3), are mandatory
when a roll cage is installed.