“A motor rally for the average motorist”

A motor rally for the ordinary driver is being organized by the Ceylon Motor Sports Club (CMSC) and will be worked off on the 16th of November 2008.

This event is recognized by the Governing Body of Motor Sport, Sri Lanka Automobile Sports, as a National Event, organized as a "time and distance" rally. The rally will start at 7.00am from Colombo, and each car will depart at two minute intervals. Competitors are required to be present at the start by 6.00 a.m. on the day of the event. The time and distance charts will be available for the drivers on the day at 6.00 a.m. The rally will also end in Colombo at the same location where a mini carnival atmosphere is being arranged.

A unique feature of this event will be that, the CMSC has created a class for Veteran Drivers, so that they may re-live past experiences.

Entry forms are available at the CMSC office, c/o Jinasena Ltd, No. 4, Hunupitiya Road, Colombo 2. The Club has decided that only the first 50 entries will be accepted with --Niroshan Pereira, President, Ceylon Motor Sports Club, 4 , Hunupitya Rd, Colombo 02. Mobile: 94 777 780675, Fax 94 114 931135 / 94 114 2672041 E mail:

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