Thanks for the comment on the car rally1380. It's been a slow process but finally getting there. Hopefully if all goes to plan I'll be out on the tour of Cheshire next year, or if a miracle happens the clwyd vale this year which is my 'home' event.
No problem....sometimes a bit of encouragement goes a long way and can help move a project along.
ToC is a great first event if you have never done any daytime historic stuff......much more relaxed and no car breaking tests. Oh, and my motorclub run it!!!!
VoCC - brilliant event. Guy woodcock certainly knows how to put on a rally. I've competed on it three times now and had a blast every time.....best result being 4th overall in 2015.
The HRCR clubmans road rallies are great fun and you will have a blast in the mini.....hopefully i'll be back out at some point in 2018 in mine.
Lastly though - the navigator is far more important on this style of event than the car. If you have a fully functioning car, get out and compete (cage or no cage) and start to learn how these events work. 90% of the competitive time is at fairly slow average speeds on the open road, so you could have a fire breathing RS2000 (or whatever) with all the works trick bits throwing out 200BHP+, but you will still be asked to travel at fairly slow speeds......accuracy of plotting, navigation and timing is key....not the car. Soooo........my point is, enter this year...ha ha.