Supplementary Regulations



What is a
1/100 regularity rally

MWC is an open race for classic cars based on the principles of 1/100 regularity rallies – racing events with decades of tradition.

Takes place along standard traffic on public roads.

Participants must obey traffic rules.

Crews cover the route trying to match an assigned speed average.

Transfer between sections is measured to a minute.

Accuracy tests enhance the racing character of the event.

• There will be a winner announced in each category as well as one overall winner.

The route

The route of the entire race is precisely defined and contains measured accuracy tests. The specific route will be made public as the road instructions are handed out to crews just before the race start. The tulip roadbook will be the key navigation tool. The navigator will receive the speed average set by the organizer, total and partial distances, navigation schemes in the form of a tulip road book, set times and outlines of accuracy tests.

Participants drive along standard traffic on public roads ranked in top three out of four road quality classes. Organizers may occasionally cancel the road signs to facilitate the race – such situation will be marked in the roadbook. Speed averages will always be set with a reasonable buffer. Exceeding the speed limits or reckless, aggressive driving in populated areas not only damage the reputation of MWC but may be a reason to disqualify a crew.
Regularity rallies are about accuracy and teamwork of a crew. Complying with the traffic rules, esp. the speed limits, is an obvious condition to participate.


1/100 regularity rallies are usually open to owners of classic cars. Detailed rules are prerogative of the organizers. The CLASSIC category is defined in accordance with the legislation for classic cars classification, i.e. by the assembly year. Along the basic CLASSIC category, the EXCLUSIVE category is often opened to enlist sport cars with a not-so-distant assembly year. A valid classic car test and paid mandatory liability insurance are basic requirements to participate. In addition, the car should be appropriately set up to the race – it is a social event after all. There are no other requirements or limitations.
It doesn’t matter if you have a 60-year-old Mercedes, a VAZ or a Škoda 120 in your garage. If the car meets legal technical requirements and is sufficiently cared for, just sign up and enjoy a unique weekend in Moravian Wallachia.

Accuracy tests

Elementary tests where the crews must cover a set distance in a set time.
For example: 100 meters in 20 seconds.
Points are given based on results measured in 1/100 of a second, hence the name of the race. The distance differs but usually doesn’t exceed hundreds of meters. There may be several checkpoints in a test, and thus several time goals. Broken terrain and rugged topography increase the difficulty of the test. The navigator plays a key part who not only navigates but also reads the stopwatch and manages the movement in the accuracy test.
Not the speed but navigation in the traffic and accuracy in driving the car in the accuracy test are underlying principle and key to success in regularity rallies.