Welcome, this is a notice for the change of location, date and format for the Calgary Sports Car Club (CSCC) autumn rally and the 4th round of the Western Canadian Rally Championship. As you are aware the Kananaskis Rally was moved in 2013 to Radium BC because of the damage caused to the roads by the flood that year. There was always an understanding that the event would be brought back to Kananaskis Country as and when the roads were repaired. Well that has been done.
The rally will now take place on the 6th November 2016 in Kananaskis Country, Alberta. We have moved it away from the long weekend to allow family time as well as rally time. It also reduces the impact to other users in the immediate area. This year’s Kananaskis Rally will be a departure from the rallies held before, we have made this a true 1day rally, with registration, tech and recce in the morning and the rally being held in the afternoon. This is being done in an effort to reduce the costs involved with rallying in Western Canada, e.g. fuel and hotel costs. It also aids attracting the volunteers to come and help with the event management, as most volunteers can come to the rally and be home the same day.
Given that we are doing a 1 day event we have looked for best use of the roads, and as such we will only be using Powderface Trail, the road is looking fantastic.
One Day: 6th November 2016
One Road: Powderface Trail
Four Stages: 79.2 Km
One rally: The Kananaskis Simplified Rally 2016
Hope to see you there,
Start Elevation: 1458m
Finish Elevation: 1756m
Highest Elevation: 1863m
Elevation Change (per stage): 1059m
Total Transit: 29.24 Km
Expected Entry Fee: $625
Note: Teams are reminded that simply driving on roads in the area after September 6, 2016 can be considered illegal practicing under CARS rules. Contact the Organizer if there are any concerns.
Nicholas Spencer / John Kesslar
2nd Overall 2015 - 2005 Subaru STI
David Nickel / Darren Garrod
1st Overall 2015 - 2008 Subaru STI
Kenny Wahl / Aaron Neumann
3rd Overall 2015 - 2002 Subaru WRX
|1||Boris Djordjevic||John Hall||O4WD||00:43:55.40|
|2||Roger Sieber||Garrett Mealing||O4WD||00:46:03.80|
|3||Justin Bayliff||Chrissy Bayliff||P4WD||00:48:01.10|
|4||Tanveer Deen||Michael Szewczyk||O2WD||00:48:14.30|
|5||Eric Grochowski||Leanne Junnila||P4WD||00:48:42.10|
|6||Nicholas Spencer||John Kesslar||P4WD||00:48:43.50|
|7||Chris Braun||Jeff Braun||P4WD||00:51:32.50||Yes|
|8||Andrew Avery||Jamie Willetts||O2WD||00:51:44.70||Yes|
|9||Adam Jones||Voytek Stywryszko||O2WD||00:52:14.40||Yes|
|10||Graham Bruce||Martin Burnley||O2WD||00:52:34.20|
|11||Iannick Lemaire||David Ma||O2WD||01:01:38.40||Yes|
Classes: 5 O2WD | 4 P4WD | 2 O4WD
Marques: 4 SUBARU | 2 MITSUBISHI | 1 VW | 1 ACURA | 1 FORD | 1 PORSCHE | 1 HONDA
|1||4||Justin Bayliff||Chrissy Bayliff||2009 Mitsubishi EVO X||P4WD||E||JCB Motorsports|
|2||9||Chris Braun||Jeff Braun||2004 Subaru Impreza WRX||P4WD||N||WFR Rally Team|
|3||11||Iannick Lemaire||David Ma||1988 VW Golf||O2WD||N||Loose Gravel Rally Team|
|4||7||Nicholas Spencer||John Kesslar||2004 Subaru STI||P4WD||E||Fat Tail Racing|
|5||5||Tanveer Deen||Michael Szewczyk||2004 Acura RSX Type-S||O2WD||E||CRT Rally Team|
|6||7||Eric Grochowski||Leanne Junnila||1999 Subaru Impreza 2.5RS||P4WD||E||Kamunen Racing|
|7||2||Roger Sieber||Garrett Mealing||2004 Subaru WRX||O4WD||E||JGVNR Rally Team|
|8||10||Adam Jones||Voytek Stywryszko||2000 Ford Focus||O2WD||N||TBR Motorsports|
|9||1||Boris Djordjevic||John Hall||2009 Mitsubishi Evolution X||O4WD||E||Frontech|
|10||8||Graham Bruce||Martin Burnley||1968 Porsche 911||O2WD||E||FlashPoint Rally|
|11||12||Andrew Avery||Jamie Willetts||1996 Honda Civic||O2WD||N||Hella Gravel|
|WD||3||Trevor Harding||Chris Kremer||2010 Subaru STI||O4WD||E||TJH Rally School|
Sunday November 6th Spectator Stages
Vehicle Access closes approx 1 hour before the start time.
The ability to exit spectator areas between stages is not guaranteed. When parking do not drive past any signs prohibiting motorized vehicles in the meadows.
Spectator Area 1: Powderface Start (North Access)
Access by walking is available at all times.
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 left before Bridge or as directed by Marshals
7. Walk approx 700m in to the spectator corners.
Spectator 1 parking is outside the controlled section so access by walking is available at all times.
Spectator Area 2: Memorial Hairpin and Finish (South Access)
Parking at this location is controlled but cars will be allowed movement in/out after the last car starts SS2
Directions (approx 1 h 15 min drive)
1. Head west on Trans-Canada Hwy 1 from Calgary
2. Turn south on AB HWY 22 for 7 km
3. At roundabout stay on AB HWY 22 for 14 km (Bragg Creek)
4. Turn right onto AB HWY 66 W for 27.5 km
5. Continue onto Powderface Trail for 14.8 km
6. Park in pullout on left between bridges or as directed by Marshals
7. Walk approx 200m up the hill to the hairpin.
If you wish to use the Spectator 2 parking area then your car will need to be in place 1 hour prior to the first car starting the stage as the road will be closed to all non-rally traffic at 11:47. If you are later than this time you will be able to park at the side of the road before the road closure takes effect and walk in to the spectator area this would be approx. 0.8km. There will be a 15-20 minute period after the last car has started SS2 for spectators to arrive and depart from the parking area prior to the start of stage 3.
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:
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.