Due to Covid-19, this event will run a little differently than in past years. The event takes place entirely within the Interior Health Region, and current health orders for that region require us to check for proof of vaccination for all participants. Please note that the same requirement applies to accessing the restaurants at the end of each day of the rally.
Entries will be limited in order to keep the total size of the event (participants plus officials) within the capacity of the venues. There will be no in-person novice training session this year. Waivers will be submitted electronically in advance of the event, along with the CARS Covid-19 Waiver.
All participants shall wear masks when in common areas of the start, overnight and finish hotels, except while seated at their dining table. In the event that you need to get a ride from sweep or another rally official, everyone in the vehicle shall be masked.
The Totem Rally is a time-speed-distance rally, the final round of the BC Rally Championship, and the
final round of the Pacific Coast Challenge.
The rally follows the current BC Rally Regulations, which are posted on
The rally runs on straight-forward instructions.
to the route instructions, maps will be provided.
The rally will be about 800km long, entirely within the province of BC, and
will start with an odometer check section of about 15km.
Roads are expected to be about 50% clear pavement and 50% gravel, much
of it snow-covered, however, conditions are extremely variable at this time of year.
Instructions are provided in both km and
miles, but the official measurements and calculations are based
on the km figures.