The HRA was formed in 1992 to nurture a growing interest in classic rallying – and we’ve grown to be one of the largest classic rally clubs in the world. 

The Historic Rally Association (HRA) was formed in 1992 to foster the growth in the classic cars and events of the “golden era” of Australian car rallying in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

Based in Melbourne, the HRA now boasts a membership of over 800 from most states of Australia and is growing rapidly. The club is affiliated with the Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS).

Our membership includes rally champions and competitors from the past; right through to new converts to historic rallying attracted to the more friendly style of event, great comradeship and economical car availability. There are many family memberships as rallying is a great sport for couples and parent/child crews.

Find out more about the HRA and what we do in this section…

Getting started

At the get-go, there are a few things to know about vehicles, event types, licences and eligibility.  Find the answers to some common questions…

Motorsport

The HRA runs a range of motorsport events primarily for cars from the 60s, 70s and 80s.

Reviving classic rallying 

A major club achievement has been the revival of two of Australia’s most famous Classic Rallies: the Alpine Rally and the BP Rally.

Join the HRA

Interested? This is how you can join the HRA – and join in the fun!


Page banner: HRA member, Jeff Lee, giving the Triumph plenty… Pic by John Doutch.