Looking for more information on the next event or wishing to find out how to become involved, then look under events to find all the information you need. TYPE OF EVENTS Motorkhana A motorkhana is a test of braking, maneuverability, and driver control through a series of tests. We hold dirt competitions. The cost is about $20 for a day where you may get up to 12 runs. This is a great way to develop and enhance car control skills while having plenty of fun. Dirt events are held at Lanac Park and Echidna Springs, and sealed events are held on concrete in the Big W Distribution Centre, Monarto. Both street registered and non-registered cars can compete. Rally Are you the next Guy Tyler, James Rodda, Chris Atkinson or Sebastian Loeb? SDCC has a long history of running State Championship events and through the running of the Adelaide Rally in the Kuitpo and Second Valley Forests in the late 90’s and in the year 2000 was a key factor in the return of the ARC to South Australia. The SDCC premier dirt rally has gone by several other names in the last 20 years, the Presidents Trophy Rally, the Kuitpo Forest Rally and currently the Southern Rally. In 2016 the asp Southern Rally again returns, using the Second Valley Forest as its base, including the famous “Balquhidder” council stage, considered one of the best pieces of rally road in Australia. The event will cater for State Championship, Multi-Club and Introductory categories, with the SARC crews taking on over 130kms of competitive stages on Sunday the 1st of May. The asp Southern Rally, just like rounds of the WRC & ARC is a fully pace-noted special stage rally with a driver and a co-driver. Khanacross A Khanacross still involves car control but around a permanent circuit with a slalom of cones to keep the speed down along the straights. It provides a higher speed element, still against a stopwatch. We hold these competitions at Mid Murray Motorplex ( near Walkers Flat ) and street cars can compete. The cost for a day is about $40. Khanacross events can also be used for Observed License Tests for those who have applied for a National Rally License. Spectators are free to come and enjoy one of the fastest growing, cheaper events available.