What is 1/100 regularity rallyA sort of road rallies well tested over the years. It has very little to do with a standard pro racing rally. The main difference lies in the way the performance of crews is measured. Unlike the pro racing with speed as the main criterion, the accuracy is measured. Crews must cover a set section in a pre-defined time. The difference from the set time goal is measured in 1/100 of a second. More information
The routeThe rally takes place on public roads, ranked in the top three of four qualitative classes used in the Czech Republic, along standard traffic. Traffic rules must be obeyed. Not the speed but navigation skills of the crew are the main criterion here. Accuracy and ability to estimate time in measured trials are key to success. MWC is based in Velké Karlovice and will take you through the heart of Moravian Wallachia and the border region between Moravian Wallachia and Silesia. More information
Accepted vehiclesAll roadworthy vehicles with a valid registration are accepted. Traditional events for classic cars usually accept just historical cars. Subsections may be opened for oldtimers (pre-WWII vehicles), classic (post-WWII vehicles), youngtimers (vehicles from the 1980s and 1990s) etc. Unlike other sorts of road rallies, the power of the car is not as important. More information
What do I need to participate in a 1/100 regularity rally?
CarA valid PTI documents or roadworthiness test for historical vehicles plus paid liability insurance are required to participate. MWC offers two main categories – Classic (assembled before 1991) and Exclusive (assembled after 1992). In addition, separate categories may be opened, e.g. by the brand or type of vehicles.
NavigatorA key factor. A reliable navigator with outstanding navigation skills is required for the crew to succeed. Accurate knowledge of the car dimensions is also crucial at 1/100 regularity rallies as it has a significant impact on the resulting time in accuracy tests (TP).
RoadbookA navigation instrument obtained from the organizers at the registration. It contains key information about the route: distance of all route sections in kilometers, speed averages, tulip diagrams, navigation diagrams, accuracy test maps with distance and time required to complete the test.
StopwatchAny stopwatch will do. There are no limitations in this regard. As the accuracy tests are measured in hundreds of a second, a mechanical stopwatch is an ideal. A separate category is usually opened for crews with mechanical stopwatches.
How to get to Velké Karlovice – the base of MWC
CZOstrava 80 km (1:10 h)
Brno 155 km (2:10)
Praha 360 km (4:15)
SKŽilina 60 km (1:00 h)
Bratislava 225 km (2:30)
Košice 310 km (3:40)
PLKatowice 170 km (2:10 h)
Kraków 245 km (2:50)
Wrocław 320 km (3:30)
AWien 290 km (3:15 h)
Linz 490 km (4:55)
Salzburg 610 km (6:00)
HGyőr 300 km (3:10 h)
Eger 320 km (4:55)
Budapest 370 km (4:50)
The Beskydy mountains. Steep hills under the wood-covered ranges of the Javorník and Vsetín mountains. Meadows and pastures with traditional wooden log houses. A place where the folk traditions still thrive, accompanied by the song of sheep bells. A region as rough and pure as slivovitz, the famed local drink. That is Moravian Wallachia. Discover its beauty in a classic car. Experience the fun of the first 1/100 regularity rally in Moravia. Take part in the Moravian Wallachia Classic:
25 – 26 June 2021, Wellness hotel Horal, Velké Karlovice
An almost 500 km route with 12 measured tests
A video invitation to Vsetín
Vsetín is the gateway to the heart of Moravian Wallachia. A birthplace to many celebrities and a place with an unique atmosphere. The town authority decided to make Vsetín a main partner of the Moravian Wallachia Classic.