The sport of rallying is ONLY dangerous for those who don’t follow some simple rules…
Warning: Rally sport is attractive, but it can also be dangerous.
When you are at a rally event, basic security rules must be followed for your personal safety. Areas marked in red on the diagram are absolutely forbidden for spectators!
Basic safety rules:
- Always occupy the pre-marked viewing points on time!
- Never approach the danger areas!
- Always stay behind the fences and the barrier tapes placed by the organizers or behind something solid!
- Never stand in places that you could not leave in a dangerous situation!
- Don’t park your cars in such a way as to block the racers’ path!
- Never stand in places that are below road level!
- Do not cross the track under any circumstances!
- Always think not only of your personal safety, but also the safety and security of the competitors!
- Don’t make life harder for the crews!
- If there are children with you, do not leave them unattended!
- Stay in one place until the end of the special stage. Don’t leave it before the organizers’ car has passed, announcing the end of the special stage!
- Do not get dangerously close to the road! The distant position gives better opportunities to observe the competition.
- Don’t count on the sound of a racing car coming!
- Expect the unexpected!
- If the crew of off the road or rolled over vehicle calls for help, think of your personal safety first!
- The possibility of being hit by the next car is high!
- Your safety, health and life are more important than the event standings!
- Don’t lose sight of the cars that pass you by!
- Do not distract the organizers from their duties, except in an emergency!
- Follow the instructions and orders of the judges, organizers, guards and the police!
- Help the judges to ensure the security of the stage.
- Keep the nature clean and do not pollute the places from which you follow the rally!