October 27, 2019

Welcome to the Calgary Sports Car Club’s final performance stage rally of the year. The event is a qualifying round for all the major local Championships. Don’t delay in sending your entry as there are only 35 entries allowed.

Rally HQ, Service Park, and volunteer BBQ will all be held at the Jumpingpound Forest Demonstration North Loop and this year will include the addition more stage distance.

Parc Expose has been included on Saturday during tech/registration. We recommend teams bring some handout items or displays as we will be promoting the Parc Expose.

We look forward to sharing a great rally weekend with everyone.

The Organising Team

2018 Podium

Krystian Ostrowski / Chris Galecki
2nd Overall 2018 - 2007 Subaru WRX STI

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Boris Djordjevic / John Hall
1st Overall 2018 - 2009 Mitsubishi EVO X

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Brandon Liang / Michael Szewczyk
3rd Overall 2018 - 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX

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2019 Kananaskis Rally Provisional Start Order

No Car Driver Co-Driver Class
1 1 Boris Djordjevic Martin Burnley O4WD E
2 2 Alexandre Kozlov Martin Matas O4WD E
3 3 Krystian Ostrowski Chris Galecki O4WD E
4 4 Eric Grochowski Leanne Junnila O4WD E
5 5 Tanveer Deen Naila Deen O4WD E
6 6 Hardy Schmidtke John Hall O2WD E
7 7 Joel Cates Tiffany MacDonald P4WD E
8 8 Matt Bobyn Dan Bobyn O2WD E
9 9 Steve Wadley Amanda Ann O4WD E
10 10 David Barg Matt Lunde P4WD N
11 11 Tony Penney Geoff Hill O2WD E
12 12 Jeremy Livingston Jamie Willetts O2WD N
13 13 Matt Pullen Brad Verbridge O2WD E
14 14 Clint Cook Lauren Fry P4WD N
15 15 Cezary Kuczaj David Ma P4WD N
16 16 Samuel Whitney Robert Jackett P2WD N
17 17 Justin Gladden Eric Stodt P2WD N
WD 18 Pete Chadwick Trevor Evenson O2WD N



2019 Kananaskis Rally Entry List

Classes: 6 O4WD | 5 O2WD | 4 P4WD | 2 P2WD
Marques: 7 SUBARU | 2 TOYOTA | 1 HYUNDAI | 1 NISSAN | 1 MITSUBISHI | 1 AUDI | 1 TBD | 1 VW | 1 ACURA | 1 VOLKSWAGEN

No Car Driver Co-Driver Class
1 7 Joel Cates Tiffany MacDonald P4WD E
2 12 Jeremy Livingston Jamie Willetts O2WD N
3 16 Samuel Whitney Robert Jackett P2WD N
4 9 Steve Wadley Amanda Ann O4WD E
5 4 Eric Grochowski Leanne Junnila O4WD E
6 3 Krystian Ostrowski Chris Galecki O4WD E
7 1 Boris Djordjevic Martin Burnley O4WD E
8 13 Matt Pullen Brad Verbridge O2WD E
9 15 Cezary Kuczaj David Ma P4WD N
10 10 David Barg Matt Lunde P4WD N
11 2 Alexandre Kozlov Martin Matas O4WD E
12 6 Hardy Schmidtke John Hall O2WD E
13 17 Justin Gladden Eric Stodt P2WD N
14 8 Matt Bobyn Dan Bobyn O2WD E
15 5 Tanveer Deen Naila Deen O4WD E
16 11 Tony Penney Geoff Hill O2WD E
17 14 Clint Cook Lauren Fry P4WD N
WD 18 Pete Chadwick Trevor Evenson O2WD N


Spectator Areas

Sunday October 27th Spectator Stages

Loop Leg 1
SS1
Car 0 starts at 9:12 (Loop 1)
SS2
Car 0 starts at 9:45 (Loop 2)
Powderface Leg 2
SS3
Car 0 starts at 11:08 (North End)
Powderface Leg 3
SS5
Car 0 starts at 13:46 (North End)

 

Vehicle Access closes approx 1 hour before the start time.

The ability to exit spectator areas between stages is not guaranteed. When parking ALWAYS STAY ON GRAVEL. Do not drive past any signs prohibiting motorized vehicles.



Spectator Area 1: Powderface Start (North Access)

Access by walking is available at all times.

Road closes at 10:00 am with first cars expected at 11:08 and 12:20 approx. Second running at 13:46 and 15:00 approx.




Directions (approx 1 hour drive)

1. Head west on Trans-Canada Hwy 1 from Calgary
2. Continue West on Hwy 1 at HWY 22 for 16.8 km
3. Take exit 143 for AB-68 S toward Sibbald Creek Trail
4. Turn left onto Sibbald Creek Trail/AB-68 S for 23.1km
5. Turn left onto Powderface Trail for 400m
6. Park on road side before Bridge or as directed by Marshals. ALWAYS PARK ON GRAVEL.
7. Walk approx 700m in to the spectator corners.

Directions via Google Maps

Access by walking is available at all times.
ALWAYS PARK ON GRAVEL

 

 


Volunteer Information

One of the best ways to get into rallying and learn how and what to do is to volunteer to help out at an event.

There are many positions available, most not requiring any special knowledge (we'll teach you anyway). From the registration table to timing controls and spectator control.

Volunteers are needed:

To help with competitor registration.
To help with technical inspection of rally cars.
To help with rally equipment for the event - signage, marking off stage areas, etc.
To operate time controls - timing cars at stage starts, stage finishes and into the service parks.
To secure the roads - ensuring that roads leading onto the stages are secure. The "best seats in the house to see the action"
To host sponsor and media representatives.
To help with spectator safety - marshals who ensure that spectators remain in the designated viewing locations and stay safe.
To monitor service parks for safe practices and to ensure that spectators are not too close to competitor cars during service.

Some positions need specialist skills. People with qualifications as amateur radio operators, emergency medical technicians, and advanced first aid are critical for event safety and security.

Thur, October 24
1900-2000
Radio Operator Meeting
Training & Registration
Location:
Calgary Sports Car Club
4215 80th Avenue NE
Calgary, Alberta
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Thur, October 24
2015-2115
Marshals Meeting
Training & Registration
Location:
Calgary Sports Car Club
4215 80th Avenue NE
Calgary, Alberta
directions

Contact:
Pete Chadwick
cscc.volunteer@gmail.com
Volunteer
Registration Form:
Signup HereNew


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Contact

Organiser of Record
Christopher Heier 403-605-0420
Clerk of Course
Brad Derzaph 403-618-3191
Safety Officer
Keith Morison
Registrar
Debbie Dyer
Competitor Online Entry FormNew

Volunteer Coord.
Pete Chadwick
cscc.volunteer@gmail.com
Steward
Dave Sharp
Timekeeper
Paul Westwick
Scrutineer
TBD
Scoring
Paul Westwick
Radio
Coordinator – Garry Spicer and Dana Harding
Net Control – Stephane Raimbault
Media Relations/
Social media
Shawn Bishop / Betsy Nguyen

Venue Locations

Parc Expose/
Registration/
Tech Inspection

Cochrane Image Autobody Ltd.
66 Griffin Industrial Pt E, Cochrane, AB
51°11'02.3"N 114°27'11.3"W
Service Park/
Rally Start

Jumping Pound Forest Demonstration North Loop
51°02'55.6"N 114°47'46.0"W
BBQ/
Competitor Awards
Jumping Pound Forest Demonstration North Loop
51°02'55.6"N 114°47'46.0"W

Schedule

October 3
Early Registration opens
October 18
Early Registration Closes
October 19
Seeded Draw, Coordinators Residence
October 24
Radio Operator and Marshalls meetings – CSCC Clubhouse
Sat, October 26
0900 to 1100
Registration and Technical Inspection
(in reverse seed order)
Cochrane Image Autobody Ltd.
1100 to 1200
Parc Expose at Cochrane Image Autobody Ltd.
0945 to 1015
Mandatory Seed 5/6 Novice Meeting at Cochrane Image Autobody Ltd.
1200 to 1800
Reconnaissance, Kananaskis Country
Sun, October 27
0700
Service Park open for move-in
Jumping Pound Forest Demonstration North Loop
51°02'55.6"N 114°47'46.0"W
0824
Sunrise
0830
Introduction of Officials
0900
Start of Rally from Service Park - Car 0 Starts Leg 1
0956 (approx.)
Service 1, Service Area
1234 (approx.)
Service 2, Service Area
1522 (approx.)
First Car Finishes
1600
BBQ Begins
1615 (approx.)
Posting of provisional scores
1630 (approx.)
Podium & Trophy Presentations
1815
Sunset

2019 Kananaskis Rally - Virtual Notice Board

Notices and Bulletins

Kananaskis Rally 19 - Competitor Bulletin 4 (2019-10-26 20:29)

Kananaskis Rally 19 - Competitor Bulletin 3 (2019-10-26 19:27)

Kananaskis Rally 19 - Competitor Bulletin 2 (2019-10-25 20:43)

Kananaskis Rally Bulletin 1 (2019-10-24 02:02)

Rules and Regulations

2019 Kananaskis Rally Supplementary Regulations