When rallying was a sport and nothing else, most of its participants looked upon it as a recreational escape from the routine of everyday, living-earning activities. If they collected some pocket-money from a manufacturer along the way, so much the better, and they could even consider themselves works drivers. Times have changed. Rallying has become that everyday, living-earning activity for many of today’s drivers and co-drivers. But the need for recreation remains and, just as rallying once provided that relief, nowadays a more sedate form of competition has taken its place — golfl
In fact, a six-tournament international championship has been set up for present and former rally competitors, to take place during 1988. Anyone interested should contact Piero Sodano, 10 Via Pia, Savona, Italy (telephone +39-19-386921).