2022 Baw Baw Sprint
2022 Baw Baw Sprint
The Mt Baw Baw Sprint is the first round of the new Australian Tarmac Rally 2022 Championship!
The Australia Tarmac Rally Championship returns to Baw Baw in 2022 with an action packed weekend on the Tourist roads between Icy Creek, Tanjil Bren and the top of the Resort.
The AASA Australian Tarmac Rally Championship will bring Tarmac Rally teams from across the country to the stunning Victorian high country roads for four rounds – including the Mt Baw Baw Sprint. The ATRC events offer three levels of driving for modern, classic and showroom-spec cars: one for fully licensed rally drivers, competing against the clock in vehicles which meet full tarmac rally specifications.
Road closures apply for this event.
The Tourist Road (from just before Bride Road at Icy Creek) and Resort Entry Rd at the junction with South Face Road road will be closed from 7am to 6pm both days. Limited opportunities will be available throughout the day for traffic to pass through however these times are subject to race schedules and may change. Due to the limited time between stages we advise that cyclists will not have access to the resort during this event.
Spectator viewing areas
- The most accessable area to view the races is the end of South Face road at Resort Entry. This is also the shortest access point to the Resort on the weekend.
- The race can also be viewed at Tanjil Bren, however access to and from the village is not possible during race times.
More information will be provided closer to the event.
Join us Sunday afternoon for live music at Village Central Restaurant. More information about the artist and timing will be provided closer to the event.
Event Contact Details
Visit the Australian Tarmac Rally Championship website to register your interest or contact organisers.
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Friday 8th April 2022
Sunday 10th April 2022
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