The following cars are eligible:
- Open Two-Seat cars (OS) from Period C to D
- Two-Seat Racing cars (TSRC) from Period E to I
- Grand Touring Prototypes (GTP) from Period E to J
- Grand Touring and Competition Grand Touring cars (GT-GTS) from Period E to J
- Touring and Competition Touring cars (T-TC) from Period E to J
The Organising Committee has the right to accept or refuse the applications at its sole discretion.
All cars must hold a National or FIA HTP valid in rally, racing or hill-climb and must comply with Appendix K of the International Sporting Code. Cars must be registered for road use. Test plates are not allowed.
Both members of the crew must hold a valid medical’s certificate for competitive sports.
Please note that both driver and co-driver must hold a driving licence and must be in the car at all time, except in circuit races.
Co-drivers with a navigator-only licence issued by their own motorsport authority are exempted from exhibiting the driver licence.
The crews must observe the safety regulations in Appendix L of the International Sporting Code, and in particular the sections concerning helmets and fireproof clothing, which must be presented for inspection during the pre-rally technical scrutineering.
Wearing fireproof clothing is mandatory for both crew members during the special stages and circuit races. Co-drivers are exempt from wearing gloves during the special stages.
Appendices J and K of the FIA international sporting code. All cars must carry on board a hand-held fire extinguisher compliant with the requirements of FIA Appendix J.
Period J vehicles must be fitted with a seat anchoring system and seat belts homologated for use in conjunction with a head restraint system (FHR). The head restraint system (FHR) is recommended for all other crew during the special stages and circuit races if at all possible.
Only road legal tyres of the following types are admitted:
- Periods C-F
- Period G-J
Cars are requested to race on Avon CR6ZZ both in circuit races and special stages.
For cars that cannot fit the above mentioned model, the following tyres are also accepted: Dunlop Sport Classic and Dunlop Racing R5, Pirelli Collezione Michelin Gamme Collection
Period correct road-legal tyres with treaded pattern all over the width of the following types: Avon CR6ZZ, Michelin XAS, FF, TB5, TB15, PB20, Vredestein Sprint Classic or Pirelli P7 Corsa Classic (any Compound, including WET)
Dimensions of chosen tyres must be in accordance to Appendix K of the FIA sporting code, Art. 8.4.
Please note that tyres will be checked at each special stage and circuit race.
Only registered support crews carrying the official support stickers will be allowed to enter the dedicated areas. Due to space constraints support crews must be registered within the deadline as per the entry form.
Assistance is not allowed:
- . in parc fermé areas corresponding with the control areas, as per ACI Sport Rally Regulations;
- . inside the special stages before the passage of the broom wagon (crew members can repair the car in safe conditions provided they do not hinder or prevent the execution of the special stage);
- . in the areas indicated and described in the Road Book or in areas closed to normal traffic;
- . on all roads included in the Road Book, where stopping and assisting the car is only allowed if not interfering with the normal traffic.
Special regulations for city centres:
Heavy maintenance work creating a nuisance to the public, work requiring welding, work on the fuel line or any work requiring a support car are strictly forbidden. Support cars are prohibited to enter for any reason. In case of need, cars must be moved to a suitable space. Oil resistant protections (cardboards) must be placed under the car at all time.
Administrative Checks and Scrutineering will be held in the paddock of Hockenheimring Tuesday from 8 am to 12 am.
Reconnaissance of the Special Stages is strictly prohibited. The location of the Special Stages will not be published until the Road Book distribution.
The competitors will always be allowed to complete the rally in case of technical problems. Exclusion can only be inflicted by the Panel of the Stewards for major breaches of the Sporting Rules.
In case of missing a Time Check or a Passage Check the competitor will be inflicted a penalty of 10 minutes. In case of missing a Special Stage or a Circuit Race, the competitor will be inflicted a penalty equal to the worst time of the stage plus 5 minutes.
In order to be admitted to the final classifications, however, the cars must enter on time the final parc fermé in Münich, no matter if the engine is running or not.
The following rankings will be established:
- the Overall Classification of periods C to F
- the Overall Classification of periods G to I
- the “Index of Performance” Classification (all periods) based on the following coefficients
- ↬PeriodC ↬PeriodD ↬PeriodE ↬PeriodF ↬PeriodG ↬PeriodH ↬PeriodI
: 1919 to 1930
: 1931 to 1946
: 1947 to 1961(from 1947 to 1960 for competition two-seater)
: 1962 to 1965(from 1961 to 1965 for competition two-seater)
: 1966 to 1971
: 1972 to 1976
- Open two seat cars (OS)
- Series Production Touring cars (T) and Competition Touring cars (TC)
- Standard Grand Touring cars (GT) and Competition Grand Touring Cars (GTS) Grand Touring Prototypes (GTP)
- Sports Prototypes (TSRC)
→Safety measures and disposals
- Cars: Appendices J and K of the FIA 2019-year book
- Crews: 2019 F.I.A year book, Appendix L, especially concerning the Regulations for helmets, gloves, racing boots, balaclavas and fireproof clothes to be presented during the Scrutineering.
NB: Cars running in Period I (1977-1981), the HANS system is mandatory. Helmets and seats valid, homologated and adapted. It’s highly recommended for others cars.
For cars from GT, GTS and GTP classes running in Period F (1962-1965) and G1 (1966-1969), roll cages authorized in hill climb and racing track are accepted.