Myotis Rally 2014 - Documents Print E-mail

2014 Myotis Documents

The Finals (including the seeded entry list) are now available, or just the seeded entry list (on its own)

The regs and entry form are now available.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 20:19
Marshals Print E-mail


DDMC are still looking for 2 or 3 sector marshals to help with this fabulous event. It is being held on Easter Saturday/Sunday which gives more than enough time to recover from being out most of the night.


Being a sector marshal means being responsible for 10-15 miles of route, putting out route checks and passage control boards - ideally in daylight so that they are in the right place, collecting them up afterwards and generally ensuring your bit of route is all ready to run and of course manning a control. Knowing your way around the plain is not a pre-requirement but you will certainly know some of it afterwards.


If you are even slightly interested please let me know A.S.A.P. so that we can get you sorted. If you don't feel that you can do a sector but just want to marshal then PLEASE let us know in advance as having everything ready in advance makes things easier and leads to a better event on the night.


As a signed on marshal you will be rewarded with a hearty full english breakfast at the finish venue.  This breakfast has been referred to by one Myotis comeptitor as "The best rally breakfast"


KEITH and JANET at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 February 2014 23:25
Myotis Rally 2014 - Introduction Print E-mail

Myotis Rally - 2014

Myotis Rally road conditions


Welcome to our fifth running of the Myotis Rally as a navigational rally. The event has been developed since 2010 into a modern navigational rally that is appropriate to the time of year, locality and resources currently available to most motor clubs. We have settled on a format that you, the competitor, have told us will challenge both crew members and that you will also enjoy.


As usual, it will start from Devizes, on 19th April 2014, with a route of around 130 miles. ALL of the competitive sections will once more be held on private land. Most of these will be on roads that have been built to ‘all weather standard’ for military use and are similar to the best forestry roads. The route will be defined by printed maps .There will be a number of tests timed to the second.  We have always listened carefully to what competitors have told us after the previous years’ events and are confident that we are giving you the event that you want.


We aim to once more run an event in an area of Southern England that very rarely sees a rally car.  Because of the format of the event and the area where the roads are located, we sincerely hope that the event will go unnoticed by the public but will be enjoyed by all competitors.


The event will build on the success of our previous offerings as we continue to strive to produce a challenging event for you. Once again, there will be no plot and bash, marked maps will be used by all crews and there will be tests timed to the second. We have negotiated the use of some recently built roads and again found others that are previously unused for rallying of any sort. This has given us the opportunity to give a ‘rest’ to some roads that have been used on previous events, particularly those that were quick and less of a challenge for crew members.


The highly praised Full English breakfast will once again be provided at the Bear Hotel in Devizes. You will be able to sit and chat whilst the slick work of our friends from produces your results.


We appreciate our marshal’s support and a free breakfast will be provided at the finish venue.


Please note the closing date for entries is 11th April 2014 and that we have to restrict entries to 50 crews.

The Organising Team

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 February 2014 23:09

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