Exclusive tickets now on sale for 2013 FIA World Rally

Tickets for the 2013 FIA World Rally Championship have gone on sale.
Tickets for the 2013 FIA World Rally Championship have gone on sale. JoJo Newby

WITH less than four months to go, tickets for the Rally Australia round of the 2013 FIA World Rally Championship have gone on sale.

Coffs Harbour MP Andrew Fraser said he hopes veterans of the first Rally Australia held on the Coffs Coast in 2011 will take advantage of an exclusive ticket pre-sale which begins today.

The rally from Thursday, September 12 to Sunday, September 15 will be Round 10 of 13 in this year's WRC and is expected to attract the cream of drivers and teams from Australia and around the world.

Ticket prices begin at $15 for a single adult one-day admission.

"Rally Australia advises that the 2011 event generated more than 64,000 visitor nights for the Coffs Coast region and I invite all attendees to take advantage of the exclusive pre-sale and to return and support this fantastic event in 2013," Mr Fraser said.

"Motorsport fans attending the 2013 Coates Hire Rally Australia can experience the thrilling competition from a wide choice of spectator locations.

"In addition to the rural daytime stages, ticket holders can view the action of night racing under lights from general admission and grandstand vantage points at the Super Special Stage in Brelsford Park.

Pre-sale tickets are available through Ticketek with tickets on sale to the general public from Tuesday, May 28.

Topics:  andrew fraser coffs coast motorsport rally australia 2013 world rally championship

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