Rally Barretos 2024: Entries are open for the 1st race of the 2024 Brazilian championships

The Brazilian rally classic will once again open the season of the Brazilian CBM Baja Rally and CBA Cross-Country Rally championships. The event is scheduled for March 1st to 3rd, with the structure set up at Parque do Peão

The city of Barretos, in São Paulo state, Brazil, will once again be the stage for the opening of another season of the Brazilian Baja Rally (motorcycles and UTVs) and Cross-Country Rally (cars) championships. A classic of the national rally scene, the Barretos Rally reaches its 14th edition and takes place from March 1st to 3rd. Entries can be made at www.rallymakers.com.br.

The support park for the teams will be in the Parque do Peão, which hosts the Festa do Peão every year - a traditional cattle festival that attracts thousands of people and national and international attractions. The public will be able to follow the Barretos Rally up close, with the chance to see the machines in action at the Prologue - a time trial that defines the starting order for the first stage - and the Super Prime - an extra race between the best classified drivers of the day, both on Saturday (02).

The challenge

"The expectation t is that we will have a route of approximately 150km on each day of the competition, including timed sections and off-roading," says Rallymakers' general director, Fernando Bentivoglio. "The Rally Barretos is a classic in the off-road calendar and we are preparing an edition to once again test the participants and their machines to the maximum, in keeping with all this tradition," he adds.

Anticipation for the 14th Rally Barretos is very high, after all, it will be the first challenge of 2024 on Brazilian soil, following the presence of several Brazilians at the Dakar in Saudi Arabia and the SARR in Argentina.

The 14th Barretos Rally is supported by Barretos City Hall and Os Independentes. Supervision: CBM / FPM, CBA / FASP. Organization: Rallymakers



Automatic translation of the Brazilian Portuguese version
Source: Rallymakers