Shit­box Rally re­turn­ing

New Zealand Classic Car - - Nationwide News -

Over­whelmed by its in­au­gu­ral suc­cess in New Zealand, James Free­man, founder of Box Ral­lies, has an­nounced that the Shit­box Rally New Zealand will re­turn in Fe­bru­ary 2017. The event sees cars worth less than $1700 take teams through some of the coun­try’s most pic­turesque and ar­du­ous roads, all to raise money for the Can­cer So­ci­ety New Zealand.

Kick­ing off in the South Is­land, 200 par­tic­i­pants will bring a new thun­der­ous el­e­ment to the moun­tains as they drive through un­for­get­table lo­ca­tions on a seven-day round trip from Christchurch.

Cars will be sourced from Man­heim Auc­tions by the Box Ral­lies team and auc­tioned off in a pri­vate event the day be­fore the Shit­box Rally be­gins, open­ing up reg­is­tra­tion to any­one from any­where to par­tic­i­pate.

With no need to source your own car, teams can fo­cus on their fundrais­ing and ready­ing them­selves for the ad­ven­ture ahead. Teams must raise a min­i­mum of $4500 to take part in the rally.

Regis­tra­tions are now open, so if you’re brave enough, reg­is­ter at shit­boxrally.co.nz.

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