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Helicopters
12.1 Registration Procedure & Briefing (This document has no regulatory power – for information only) 12.2 Contact Details of Helicopter Supplier Import of Vehicles and Spare Parts
13.1 Freight & Importing into New Zealand Welcome & Introduction
13.2 Goods Service Licence 13.3 New Zealand Vehicle Registration Hotel/Accommodation Reservation
Scrutineering / Sealing and Marking 21
Organiser's Contact Details
15.1 Pre Event Scrutineering Permanent Contact Details 15.2 Car Preparations before Scrutineering Rally HQ Contact Details 15.3 FIA Safety Tracking System Key Officials Contact Schedule 15.4 Final Scrutineering Media Contact Details 15.5 Sealing of Parts / spare parts Programme and Critical Deadlines
15.6 Bodyshell for Group N Schedule before the Rally Week 15.7 Flame Resistant Clothing Schedule during the Rally Week Start Procedure
Entry Details
16.1 Ceremonial Start 16.3 Procedure and Instructions Service Park & Remote Service Zone 13
Information about the Service Park Finish Procedure
Access to the Service Park Facilities at the Service Park Check List of Service Park Details 17.3 Procedure and Instructions PR Activities
Registration for Reconnaissance Regulations and Restrictions Passes and Plates
Medical and Safety Service
Shakedown
20.1 Emergency Number 20.2 Hospitals and Medical Centres Media Contacts before the Rally 20.4 Towing Service Contact Details at the Event Media Accreditation Centre List of Useful Facts & Services
Press Conferences Manufacturers' Room Contact Details Expected Media Coverage Photographic Development Services 8.10 Press Room Facilities 21.6 Car Dealers 8.11 Photographers' Room Facilities 21.7 Hire Car Companies 8.12 Additional Facilities 21.8 Airline Companies and Airports 8.13 Manufacturers' Room 21.9 Copy Service Two Way Radio
21.11 Mobile Phone (Rental & Service) Application Procedure 21.12 Security Companies 21.13 Drivers' Licence Requirements 10.1 FIA Fuel and Fast Couplings 21.14 Rally Car & Reconnaissance Car Lease Hospitality Arrangements
11.1 Hospitality 21.17 Supermarket 11.2 Spectator Rally Tour 21.18 Personal Accident Insurance 21.19 Visa Requirements 11.4 Service Park Activities 21.20 Hire Equipment 21.21 Leisure and Recreation Options 21.22 Attractions and Activities in Hamilton 21.23 Restaurants Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz


Appendices
Itinerary Comparison Special Stages Altitude Graph Overview Map Leg 1 Overview Map Leg 2 Overview Map Leg 3 Map for each Special Stage Reconnaissance Maps Hamilton City Overview Map - From Auckland Airport to HQ (Mystery Creek) - From HQ (Mystery Creek) to Auckland Airport - From HQ (Mystery Creek) to Ceremonial Start - From Ceremonial Start to HQ (Mystery Creek) - From HQ (Mystery Creek) to Oparau Refuel (Leg 1) & Return - From HQ (Mystery Creek) to HW22/Te Akau Refuel (Leg 2) & Return - From HQ (Mystery Creek) to Raglan Remote Service (Leg 3) & Return - From HQ (Mystery Creek) to Shakedown - Shakedown Pictures - From Shakedown to HQ (Mystery Creek) Service Park Layouts - Mystery Creek Service Park - Raglan Remote Service Scrutineering Layout Event Passes & Plates Examples FIA Safety Box Operation FIA Safety Box Installation Start Area Layout Finish Area Layout Land Transport Exemption Letter Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz



1. Welcome and Introduction
1.1

On behalf of the organising committee for Rally New Zealand may I extend a warm welcome to all competitors and their teams, media and other participants. Your attendance is important to us and the world of rallying, and we do look forward to welcoming and working with you to make sure that you enjoy your visit to New Zealand. For first time visitors to New Zealand we recommend that you fly into Auckland International Airport which has daily services by all major international airlines from most Asian and European cities. Rally New Zealand is based at the Mystery Creek Events Centre in Hamilton. Mystery Creek is located just 5 minutes from Hamilton Airport. Driving time from Auckland to Hamilton is an easy 1 ½ hours (around 130kms). If you require transport from Auckland International Airport to Mystery Creek please contact Greg Paul Coachlines at: greg.coaches@clear.net.nz This year New Zealand is hosting the 11th Round of the FIA World Rally Championship and the 5th Round of the FIA Production World Rally Championship. The shift to August/September means that you will enjoy our approaching spring season; temperatures will range from 10 – 15 degrees Celsius with occasional rain. This will be somewhat cooler to last year's 15 to 20 degrees Celsius. Sunrise will be around 0640hrs with sunset at 1800hrs. Rally New Zealand will again be based at the highly successful Mystery Creek Events Centre, just south of Hamilton. Rally HQ, Service Park, Parc Fermé, Media Centre, Scrutineering, Shakedown and our Super Special Stage will all be accommodated within this 87 hectare site which contains a Pavilion and Convention Centre. The WRC teams' cars will be serviced inside the Pavilion with spectators being able to view this servicing from specially constructed grandstands. Improved access to the Service Park includes a ring road routing for competitors, plus an under cover Media Interview area. "Eye in the Sky" live television coverage has been a feature in New Zealand for many years and teams can again view the action on the stages, live from the service park. The special stages feature the relatively smooth and cambered roads which New Zealand provides, and these are always a true test of driver ability. As last year Leg 1 of our event will be held in the famed Pirongia – Waitomo region including two passes of the challenging 43km Te Koraha Stage, this year renamed "Waitomo", in keeping with its location. This stage is smooth, fast and flowing but has many challenges for competitors. Leg 2 returns to the Franklin and Te Akau regions with the Klondyke Stage renamed "Possum" in recognition of the late Possum Bourne who was an icon of this district. The extremely challenging 31km Wairamarama Stage has also been renamed "Franklin". Last year this stage was run in the rain and a number of competitors failed to finish it. Leg 3 will again be held in the in the familiar Raglan region with the Whaanga Coast Stage continuing to provide spectacular sea views. This year we will have a remote service at the Raglan Airfield, a venue that we have previously used many times as a Service Park. This will enable the people of Raglan an opportunity to see World Rally Servicing at its best. The information contained in this Rally Guide is designed to assist you to ensure that your visit to New Zealand is free of any logistical or operational problems. If you should require any further information, we have assembled a competent and efficient team to assist you, so please do not hesitate to contact the Rally Secretariat. As always the event has been put together with safety and you the competitor in the forefront of our planning and we would like to wish you all a safe, successful and enjoyable rally. Finally we wish to congratulate the 2006 winners of Rally New Zealand, Marcus Gronholm and Timo Rautiainen in their Ford Focus RS WRC 06. Your achievements are a tribute to your team's efforts. Willard Martin Clerk of the Course Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz


Event History
Rally New Zealand is the longest running World Championship event in the Southern Hemisphere. Rally New Zealand is this country's longest running international event that forms part of a bona fide world championship. Rally New Zealand, celebrating its 38th year in 2007, was first included as a round of the World Rally Championship in 1977. Its status has grown internationally, with the 2001 event being awarded the WRC Rally of the Year award. The 2007 edition of Rally New Zealand is the product of an event that started in 1969 as a marathon of endurance for every one involved. What was a long and involved rally in the 1980s with time to rest, repair and develop tactics on a variety of road surfaces has changed to a sprint event of approximately 350 kms. The first international event, the Shell Silver Fern Rally organised by the Wellington Car Club in 1969, was won by Grady Thompson and co-driver Rick Rimmer in a V8 powered Holden Monaro. Of the 33 starters in Taupo, 22 were classed as finishers. In 1970 the Silver Fern Rally was organised by the Canterbury Car Club and run in the South Island with a total of 67 entries. The Heatway International Rally in 1971 was the first to be accorded international status and attracted 67 entries, with 15 from outside New Zealand. There was franchise support from New Zealand Motor Corporation, Todd Motors and New Zealand Motor Lines. For the first time an overseas team, Australia's Bruce Hodgson and co-driver Mike Mitchell, scored a narrow victory in their Lotus Cortina from the Holden Torana GTR XU1 of New Zealand's Ralph Emson and co-driver Wayne Jones. Three drivers have won the Rally New Zealand on three or more occasions. The first was Carlos Sainz and co-driver Luis Moya of Spain who won for the first time in 1990. Sainz was the first driver to successfully defend his title in 1991 and went on to grab a hat-trick in 1992. All three titles were at the wheel of the Toyota Celica GT-4. The likeable Spaniard became the most successful driver in Rally New Zealand history when he gained his fourth victory in 1998. Then came the reign of Scotsman Colin McRae and co-driver Derek Ringer, and the rise of Subaru. McRae won in 1993 and 1994 before emulating Sainz with a third successive win in 1995. The most recent multiple winner is Finland's Marcus Gronholm who won in 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2006 to equal Sainz's record. Three drivers have won the New Zealand Rally on two occasions. Finland's Hannu Mikkola (1973 & 1979), his countryman, Timo Salonen (1980 & 1985), and the internationally recognized Scotsman, Andrew Cowan (1972 & 1976). New Zealand's Jim Scott, a well-known competitor and administrator, stood on the winners' rostrum on two occasions with Cowan, while Finland's Seppo Harjanne partnered Salonen for their two victories. The history of New Zealand's international rallies has been recognised by many other distinctions, including the first time a round of the World Rally Championship had been held in the Pacific region. It has also recognised the first time that British Leyland had scored World Rally Championship points for some 20 years, the first time Toyota won both the Group A and N awards on the same event and the first time the Russian Lada team competed outside Europe. Competitors continue to rate the open back-country gravel roads as a real test of driver ability, and some of the best roads in the World Rally Championship. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz



2006 Propecia Rally New Zealand Summary

As Propecia entered its final year of sponsorship with Rally New Zealand, the event moved southwards for the first time in many years, with rally HQ a central service park and a new Super Special Stage all based at Mystery Creek Events Centre. BP Ford took its first manufacturers' crown in over 27 years, with the Fords of Marcus Gronholm and Mikko Hirvonen leading 1-2 from start to finish. Recovering from a mountain biking accident, Sebastian Loeb participated in reconnaissance, but despite not taking part in the actual event still took the drivers crown for 2006. Manfred Stohl took the third podium position, and the OMV Peugeot Norway team finished the season second highest placed M2 Team. Despite Jari-Matti Latvala finishing first in PWRC, Nasser Al-Attiyah was crowned the PWRC champion, the first FIA World rally title to go to an Arab driver. New Zealand guest entry Richard Mason finished second in PWRC, despite competing in a 6 year old Impreza with no active central differential and a small turbo. Mason also finished the highest of any guest driver in 2006. Although they had a poor event, Subaru gained its fair share of attention with 7 times Moto-GP champion Valentino Rossi competing as a guest driver. Rossi eventually finished in 11th place overall in only his second world championship rally. RALLY NEW ZEALAND PREVIOUS WINNERS
1st Driver
2nd Driver
Ford Cortina-Lotus BLMC Mini 1275GT Ford Escort RS 1600 Ford Escort RS1800 Fulvio Bacchelli Francesco Rossetti Hans Thorszelius Christian Geistdorfer Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16E2 Lancia Delta HF 4W Ferdinand Hinterleitner Toyota Celica GT-Four Toyota Celica GT-Four Toyota Celica Turbo4WD Subaru Legacy RS Subaru Impreza 555 Subaru Impreza 555 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo III Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz


Kenneth Eriksson Staffan Parmander Subaru Impreza 555 Toyota Corolla WRC Risto Mannisenmäki Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6 Marcus Grönholm Subaru Impreza WRC 2001 Subaru Impreza WRC 04 Citroen Xsara WRC Marcus Gronholm Ford Focus RS WRC 06 Event Overview
2007 FIA World Rally Championship – Round 11
2007 FIA Production Car World Rally Championship - Round 5
2007 Vantage Aluminium Joinery New Zealand Rally Championship – Round 5
Total Distance: 1255.98km
No. of Stages: 18
Stage Distance: 353.56km
Stage Surface: All Gravel
Longest Stage: SS2/4 Waitomo 43.88km
Shortest Stage: SS5/9/18 Mystery Creek SSS 3.14km
Close of Entries: Wednesday 25 July
Stages in Darkness: Nil
Sunrise: 0642hrs
Sunset: 1757hrs
Service Park: Mystery Creek Events Centre
Parc Ferme: Mystery Creek Events Centre
Rally HQ Location: Mystery Creek Events Centre, 125 Mystery Creek Road, Hamilton
Rally Headquarters Opens: Saturday 25 August at 1000hrs
Press Room Opens: Wednesday 29 August at 0800hrs
Reconnaissance: Tuesday 28 August from 0800-1900hrs
Wednesday 29 August from 0800-1845hrs Scrutineering: Wednesday 29 August at 1800hrs (except manufacturer and manufacturer team cars)
Shakedown: Thursday 30 August - P1 and P2 drivers from 0800-1000hrs
- P1, P2 and P3, and others subject to availability from 1000-1200hrs Ceremonial Start: Thursday 30 August at 1830hrs (competitors start in reverse order)
Start Order Published: Thursday 30 August at 1630hrs on official noticeboard
Publication of Provisional Results: Sunday 2 September at 1800hrs on official noticeboard
Information & Results: www.rallynz.org.nz
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2. Organiser's Contact Details
2.1

Permanent Contact Details
Address of the Permanent
Rally New Zealand c/o Northern Sports Car Club Mt Richmond Domain 1110 Great South Road, Otahuhu Auckland, New Zealand Postal Address:
Rally New Zealand PO Box 62-021, Mt Wellington Auckland 1641, New Zealand Telephone:
Facsimile:
info@rallynz.org.nz Website:
www.rallynz.org.nz Rally HQ Contact Details
Physical Address:
Mystery Creek Events Centre 125 Mystery Creek Rd, Hamilton info@rallynz.org.nz www.rallynz.org.nz Secretariat Opening Hours:
Saturday 25 August - Sunday 26 August Monday 27 - Wednesday 29 August Thursday 30 August Friday 31 August Saturday 1 September Sunday 2 September Monday 3 September Official Noticeboard

Rally Headquarters Saturday 25 August to Sunday 2 September 2000hrs. A copy of all items on the official noticeboard will be on the official website www.rallynz.org.nz in the Noticeboard section. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz


Key Officials Contact Schedule
Clerk of Course: Assistant Clerk of Course: Stuart Barnett – Field Steve Foster – HQ Tony Mannering – Service Parks Campbell Robertson – Safety Chief Scrutineer: Deputy Chief Scrutineer: Competitor Relations Officers: Gary Lathrope Graham Mortensen Campbell Robertson Chief Medical Officer: (BHB, MBChB, FANZCA, FFICANZCA) St John Ambulance: Police Liaison Officer: Inspector Leo Tooman Media Relations Officer: Chief Timing Marshal: Communication Chiefs: Brian Littlewood Service Park Co-ordinator: Results Co-ordinator: Safety Training Officer: Event Secretary: Event Administration: Media Contact Details
Chief Press Officer:
Pre-event Facsimile Accreditation Officer:
Mrs Jennie Smith Pre-event Facsimile media@rallynz.org.nz Media Centre:
Mystery Creek Pavilion, Mystery Creek Events Centre 125 Mystery Creek Rd, Hamilton Website:
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3. Programme and Critical Deadlines
3.1

Schedule before the Rally Week
Friday 3 August
Rally Guide 2 Published. Permanent Secretariat Road Books published. Permanent Secretariat Publication of entries accepted by the Organiser. Non Priority Competitors wishing to be allocated adjoining service Permanent Secretariat areas must advise the Organiser. All orders for Service Park facilities close. Permanent Secretariat Wednesday 8 August
Requests for International Media Accreditation close. Friday 10 August
Publication of entries. Friday 17 August
Media Safety Book Published. Permanent Secretariat Payment for Service Park facilities must be made. Permanent Secretariat Non-Priority fuel orders and payment must be received. Permanent Secretariat Friday 24 August
Manufacturers and Manufacturer Teams must advise of nominated exchange tyres if desired. Tyre Manufacturers registration closes. Permanent Secretariat Saturday 25 August
Rally Headquarters Opens. Service Park Opens. Schedule during the Rally Week
Monday 27 August
Documentation & reconnaissance registration commences. Recce Tracking System available for collection (for drivers nominated by FIA). Manufacturer's Team and Club Team Awards Entries Close. Tuesday 28 August
Day 1 of Reconnaissance. Documentation continues. Helicopter Pilots' Briefing. Media Centre, Mystery Creek Pavilion Media Accreditation Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion Scrutineering Schedule published. Official Notice Board Issuing of FIA Safety Tracking Systems (for all drivers). Wednesday 29 August
Day 2 of Reconnaissance. Media Accreditation Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion Media Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
1400-1730hrs
Manufacturers and Manufacturer Teams - Sealing of Parts. Team Managers' Meeting, (WRC Registered Teams). CoC Office, Intalock Building Manufacturers and Manufacturer Teams Spantech Building – Checking of Weights. Pre Event Scrutineering (Except Manufacturer and Manufacturer Spantech Building Recce Tracking Systems to be returned. Thursday 30 August
Media Accreditation Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion Media Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion Shakedown, mandatory for P1 in which P2 drivers may also take Shakedown, in which P1 , P2 and P3 drivers, and others subject to availability, may take part. Pre-Event FIA Press Conference. Mystery Creek Pavilion First Stewards' Meeting. Llewellyn Lounge MotorSport Show. Hood Street, Hamilton City Publication of Ceremonial Start List. Official Notice Board Publication of start list for Leg 1. Official Notice Board Driver Autograph Session. Hood Street, Hamilton City Pre-Start Press Conference for invited drivers. Hood Street, Hamilton City Ceremonial Start. Competitors start in reverse order. Hood Street, Hamilton City Friday 31 August
Media Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion End of Leg Press Conference for invited drivers. Mystery Creek Pavilion Arrive Parc Ferme In. Publication of start list for Leg 2. Official Noticeboard All cars must be returned to Parc Fermé from the 45-minute Flexi-Service. Saturday 1 September
Media Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion End of Leg Press Conference for invited drivers. Mystery Creek Pavilion Arrive Parc Ferme In. Publication of start list for Leg 3. Official Noticeboard All cars must be returned to Parc Fermé from the 45-minute Flexi-Service. Sunday 2 September
Media Centre open. Mystery Creek Pavilion Ceremonial Finish & Prizegiving. Finish Podium on ‘M' Road, Mystery Creek Post Event Scrutineering. Spantech Building Post Event FIA Press Conference. Mystery Creek Pavilion Provisional Official Classification published. Official Noticeboard Final Official Classification published. Official Noticeboard Monday 3 September
Media Centre closes. Mystery Creek Pavilion Rally Headquarters closes. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
4. Entry Details

Entry List as at close of entries on Wednesday 25 July. Subject to FIA approval.
Co-Driver
Priority
Sébastien Loeb (F) Daniel Elena (MC) Citroën Total World Rally Team Daniel Sordo (E) Citroën Total World Rally Team Marcus Gronholm (FIN) Timo Rautiainen (FIN) BP Ford World Rally Team Ford Focus RS WRC 07 Mikko Hirvonen (FIN) Jarmo Lehtinen (FIN) BP Ford World Rally Team Ford Focus RS WRC 07 Manfred Stohl (A) OMV Kronos Citroën World Rally Citroën Xsara WRC Petter Solberg (N) Phillip Mills (GB) Subaru World Rally Team Subaru Impreza WRC 2006 Chris Atkinson (AUS) Stephane Prevot (B) Subaru World Rally Team Subaru Impreza WRC 2006 Jari-Matti Latvala (FIN) Miikka Anttila (FIN) Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Rally Team Ford Focus RS WRC 06 Henning Solberg (N) Cato Menkerud (N) Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Rally Team Ford Focus RS WRC 06 Luis Perez Companc (RA) Jose Maria Volta (RA) Munchi's Ford World Rally Team Ford Focus RS WRC 06 Federico Villagra (RA) Jorge Perez Companc Munchi's Ford World Rally Team Ford Focus RS WRC 06 Xavier Amigo (E) Subaru World Rally Team Subaru Impreza WRC 2006 Kuldar Sikk (EE) Mitsubishi Lancer WRC Matthew Wilson (GB) Michael Orr (GB) Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Rally Team Ford Focus RS WRC 06 Toshihiro Arai (J) Tony Sircombe (NZ) Subaru Team Arai Subaru Impreza WRX STi Stuart Jones (GB) Craig Parry (GB) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Loris Baldacci (RSM Silvio Stefanelli (RSM) Subaru Impreza WRX STi Fumio Nutahara (J) Daniel Barritt (GB) ADVAN-PIAA Rally Team Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Juho Hänninen (FIN) Mikko Markkula (FIN) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Spyros Pavlides (CY) Denis Giraudet (F) Subaru Impreza WRX STi Richard Mason (NZ) Sara Randall (NZ) Subaru Impreza WRX STi Nasser Al-Attiyah (QA) Chris Patterson (GB) Subaru Impreza WRX STi Evgeniy Vertunov (RUS) Georgy Troshkin (RUS) Subaru Rally Team Russia Subaru Impreza WRX STi Andrej Jereb (SLO) Miran Kacin (SLO) OMV BIXXOL Rally Team Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Fabio Frisiero (I) Simone Scattolin (I) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Mirco Baldacci (RSM) Giovanni Agnese (I) Motoring Club (2) Subaru Impreza WRX Sti Armindo Araujo (P) Miguel Ramalho (P) Mitsubishi Motors de Portugal S.A. Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Amjad Farrah (HJK) Nicola Arena (I) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Štěpán Vojtěch (CZ) Michal Ernst (CZ) OMV BIXXOL Rally Team Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Patrik Flodin (S) Maria Andersson (S) Rally Team Olsberg Subaru Impreza WRX STi Martin Rauam (EE) Kristo Kraag (EE) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Takuma Kamada (J) Subaru Rally Team International Subaru Impreza WRX STi Niall McShea (GB) Gordon Noble (GB) Subaru Impreza WRX STi Gabriel Pozzo (RA) Daniel Stillo (RA) Tango Rally Team Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Hayden Paddon (NZ) John Kennard (NZ) Paddon Direct Team Green Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VIII Emma Gilmour (NZ) Glenn Macneall (AUS) Vantage Motorsport APL Subaru Impreza WRX STi Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz Co-Driver
Priority
Alister McRae (GB) Taylor Motorsport Ltd Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Scott Pedder (AUS) Glen Weston (AUS) Trading Post Rally Team Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Ralliart New Zealand Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Andrew Hawkeswood David Calder (NZ) Force Motorsport Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Subaru Impreza WRX STi Dean Sumner (NZ) Paul Fallon (NZ) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Brett Martin (NZ) Grant Marra (NZ) Martin Motorsport Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Glenn Inkster (NZ) Glenn Goldring (NZ) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Dylan Turner (NZ) Sandeep Bansal (NZ) Turner Motorsport Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Stewart Taylor (NZ) Warwick Searle (NZ) Taylor Motorsport Ltd Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Nathan Thomas (NZ) Richard Kelly (NZ) Wilford Motorsport Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Callum McInnes (NZ) Linda Loughlin (NZ) Milk Bar Rally Team Subaru Impreza WRX STi Malcolm Stewart (NZ) Mike Fletcher (NZ) Mitsubishi Lance EVO Rex Gelsomino (I) Subaru Impreza WRX STi Patrick Malley (NZ) Raymond Bennett (NZ) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IX Mark Tapper (NZ) Force Motorsport Kirsty Nelson (NZ) Michele Brunt (NZ) Nelson Motorsport Ltd Subaru Impreza WRX Subhan Aksa (RI) Hendrik Mboi (RI) Pertamina Gudang Garam Rally Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Goran Francetic (HR) Marin Frcko (HR) AK Crodakar Team Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VIII Andre Meier (NZ) Jason Farmer (NZ) Richard Mason Motorsport Subaru Impreza WRX Kevin Shaw (IRL) Toni Feaver (NZ) Dunlop Motorsport Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Masahiro Nakajima (J) Naoki Kurosaki (J) Masahiro Nakajima Subaru Impreza WRX STi Kayne Barrie (NZ) NZ Fiesta Sporting Trophy Chris Lange (NZ) Malcolm Peden (NZ) Chris Lange Motorsport John Murray (AUS) Ben Searcy (AUS) Marlin Rally Team Subaru Impreza WRX Patrick Christian (F) Robert Christian (F) Rally Drive NZ Ltd Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VIII Yutaka Yasunami (J) Colin Smith (NZ) Rally Drive NZ Ltd Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VIII Piran Pignéguy (NZ) Graeme Swan (NZ) Mitsubishi Lancer EVO Dermott Malley (NZ) Linzi Malley (NZ) Hideaki Namba (J) Nobuyoshi Hara (J) Subaru Impreza WRX STi Yumiko Toyama (J) Takayama College Rally Team Subaru Impreza WRX STi Yasuyuki Sasaki (J) Yoshihiro Masuda (J Honda Civic 3 Door SiR M = 2007 FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers – Manufacturer 1 = Driver FIA 1st Priority MT = 2007 FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers – Manufacturer Team 2 = Driver FIA 2nd Priority P = 2007 FIA Production Car World Rally Championship 3 = Driver FIA 3rd Priority 07 New Zealand Rally Championship Countries
United States of America Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz

5. Service Park and Remote Service Zone

5.1
Information about the Service Park
The service park will be located at Mystery Creek Events Centre, 125 Mystery Creek Rd, Hamilton. The service park surface is tarmac, grass and gravel, and the GPS reference is S37.52.330 E175.21.221 The Remote service zone for Leg 3 will be at the Raglan Airfield, 63km from the Mystery Creek Events Centre. Manufacturers and manufacturer teams will be allocated a service area inside the Mystery Creek Pavilion. PWRC and Non Priority Competitors will be allocated servicing outside the Pavilion in the area surrounding it. Access to the Service Park
The Service Park will be opened on Saturday 25 August 2007 at 10.00hrs. All parties are asked to please respect these opening times. Teams or tyre manufacturer wishing to bring equipment or containers to the Service Park area before the opening time must inform the organiser thereof. Should the organiser not receive such notification, we cannot guarantee any access to the area. All costs of moving the equipment either within or outside the Service Park to its final position will be borne by the owner of the equipment. Competitors are asked to remind all of their team staff to always carry their Team Passes, as the organiser will be collecting an admission fee into the service park from anyone without a valid pass. A full list of services with prices is published on the event website. Service Park Facilities Order Procedure
The following procedure must be followed for ordering service park facilities.
Place order using the form on the event website by Friday 3 August 2007 at the latest. An invoice will be sent within 5 working days. This invoice must be paid by Friday 17 August. Service prices will be raised by 20% for all orders placed after 17 August. All orders made after 17 August must be paid with a credit card supplied with the order. This also applies for any additional services ordered during the event. Any costs incurred for telecommunications or additional costs will be invoiced after the event with immediate payment required. Facilities at the Service Park
The following facilities will be available in the Service Park:  Public toilets.  General Water.  General waste collection.  Venue Security.  Oil Disposal. Competitors, tyre companies and ISC will be able to hire the following facilities:  Analogue phone lines.  ADSL Connections.  Dedicated portable toilets.  Dedicated Security.  Water Connections.  Electrical Connections.  Forklifts for Exclusive Use. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz  Partitioning  Portable Buildings  Catering Other facilities are also available for hire. Please contact the Rally Office for details.

5.4

Check List of Service Park Details
Type of Surface: Tarmac, Grass and Gravel. GPS Reference: S37.52.330 Allocated Areas for WRC Manufacturer Teams: As per the map in Appendix 4 Corporate Hospitality is available at Mystery Creek Events Centre. Please contact the rally office via email at info@rallynz.org.nz Water Supply: Water is available as organised with the Rally Office or for general use at points located throughout the service park. Access to Mystery Creek Events Centre: From Thursday 30 August an event pass will be required to access Mystery Creek Events Centre at all times, any vehicle accessing from 30 August will also require a car pass. Prior to 30 August a pass will be required from 6pm till 8am to access the site. Food: A café will be operating in the Display & Merchandise area from Saturday 25 August for the duration of Rally New Zealand. The menu includes paninis, wraps, toasted sandwiches, hot chips, muffins, slices, espresso coffee etc. The café will be operating from 0800 hrs to 1900 hrs each day till the conclusion of the event. Mystery Creek Events Centre can also arrange "team accounts" and team catering if desired and pre-arranged. Please contact the rally office for further details. Display & Merchandise Area: Trade Space is available to display, promote and sell products during Rally NZ. Sites vary in size, all indoors and all situated next to the Service Park – right in the public thoroughfare. Site numbers are limited and interest is high. To maximize exposure during Rally NZ, contact Megan Waters on +64-7-843-4497 or email meganw@mysterycreek.co.nz Support Services: Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology) intends setting up a service tent for the duration of the event inside the service park. The purpose of the service tent is to provide a cost free work space for all rally participants on a first in first served basis. The workspace will have port-a-powers, MIG welder, and basic mechanical and body repair tools. The service tent will be staffed by at least one member of Wintec's automotive tutorial staff and a number of Wintec students. Wintec will not supply any consumable items. The Wintec staff member will co-ordinate the facilities use, but will not be servicing vehicles. Competitors are responsible for all technical aspects of repairs including providing repair technicians. Wintec students and staff will be available to assist competitors with repairs. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz

6. Reconnaissance

6.1
Registration for Reconnaissance
Reconnaissance registration will take place as follows: Monday 27 August at 0900-2000hrs Secretariat, Rally HQ, Mystery Creek Regulations and Restrictions
Competitors will be divided into two groups during reconnaissance. Priority 1 & 2 drivers and Others. Distance Distance Distance Tuesday 28 August
08.00
1/3 Pirongia West 14/17 Whaanga Cst 13/16 Te Hutewai 12/15 Maungatawhiri Wednesday 29 August
08.00
5/9/18 Mystery Creek
Reconnaissance Maps can be found in Appendix 2.
6.3
Vehicles
Vehicles used for reconnaissance will be required to comply with Article 14.2 of the FIA WRC Regulations.
7. Shakedown

Shakedown will be held at Mystery Creek Events Centre on a dedicated stage put in place for the purpose on
Thursday 30 August from 0800-1200hrs.
Date:
Thursday 30 August 0800-1000hrs P1 & P2 Drivers only 1000-1200hrs P1, P2, & P3 Drivers and others subject to availability Location:
Mystery Creek Events Centre Stage Length:
Distance to Service Park:
Adjacent to Service Park The shakedown map and Roadbook are contained in Appendix 3.
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8. Media

8.1
Media Contacts before the Rally
Media Relations Officer:

Pre-event Facsimile: Accreditation Officer:
Mrs Jennie Smith media@rallynz.org.nz Contact details at the event
Media Relations Officer:

+64-9-21-745-318
Media Centre:

Mystery Creek Pavilion, Mystery Creek Events Centre Media Accreditation Centre
Location:

Mystery Creek Pavilion, Mystery Creek Events Centre Opening Hours:
Tuesday 28 August Wednesday 29 August Thursday 30 August Main Media Room
Location:

Mystery Creek Pavilion, Mystery Creek Events Centre Opening Hours:
Wednesday 29 August 0800 – 2000hrs Thursday 30 August 0700 – 2000hrs Friday 31 August 0700 – 2100hrs Saturday 1 September 0600 – 2100 hrs Sunday 2 September 0700 – 0000hrs Monday 3 September Press Conferences
FIA Pre-Rally Press Conference

Mystery Creek Pavilion, Mystery Creek Events Centre Thursday 30 August at 1330hrs Pre-Start Press Conference

Ceremonial Start Ramp, Hood Street, Hamilton City Thursday 30 August at 1800hrs End of Leg 1 Press Conference

Entertainment Stage, Mystery Creek Pavilion next to trade area Friday 31 August at 1800hrs End of Leg 2 Press Conference
Entertainment Stage, Mystery Creek Pavilion next to trade area Saturday 1 September at 1820hrs FIA Post-Rally Press Conference

Mystery Creek Pavilion, Mystery Creek Events Centre Sunday 2 September at 1600hrs Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz WRC Team Media – Manufacturers' Room Contact Details
Citroen Total WRT – Marie-Pierre Rossi Citroen Total WRT – Richard Micoud Email : mariepierre.rossi@citroen.com Email : richard.micoud@citroen.com mobile: +33 632 906 691 mobile : +33 622 604 610 Subaru WRT – Steve Webb Stobart M-Sport & Munchi's Ford WRT – Glenn Patterson Stephen.Webb@swrt.com mobile: +44 7899 065 985 mobile : +44 7920 548 976 BP Ford WRT – Mark Wilford BP Ford WRT – Georgina Baskerville Email : mwilford@ford.com gbaskerv@ford.com mobile: +44 7770 756 214 mobile: +44 7879 438 993 OMV Kronos – Andreas Walk OMV Kronos – Bridgitte Muehlwisch Andreas.walk@aon.at mobile: +43 6991 7030 110 Expected Media Coverage
Sky TV will be showing nightly highlights packages on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights with replays of each
day following the initial screening. They will also be showing the Mystery Creek Super Special Stage live on Friday
evening on Sky Sports 1 and Sunday afternoon on Sky Sports 3. The Sunday broadcast will also include live
coverage of the Ceremonial Finish.
Sky TV will also be broadcasting the live feed from the "Live Eye" Helicopter during the event on Sky Sport 3. This
coverage will be shown when "Live Eye" is covering the Special Stages.
Radio Sport 729AM in the Waikato and 1332AM in Auckland is the official rally radio station with regular updates
during the event.
8.8
Field Media
Rally New Zealand will utilise the services of journalists to provide media reports from stage finishes, regroups and
service parks, for the press room. These field media personnel will be clearly identified. It would be appreciated if
all teams and competitors could please assist them and advise them of any newsworthy items or comments
concerning your performance.

8.9 Photographic Development Services

Snapshot, 226 Victoria Street, (P O Box 19-235) Hamilton, are available for photographic development and
printing. Please advise the media room staff if you have any development requirements during the rally. Special
requirements must be organised before the start of the rally.
Email: info@snapshot.co.nz Ph: 07-838-0031 Fax: 07-834-3300 Press Room Facilities
Rally results are provided as normal on the ISC computers which are situated on viewing tables. Three telephones
with handsets and two fax machines will be provided. Free Broadband connections will be provided at each desk
to upload and download data. All computers in use in the media area will be Windows PCs.
8.11
Photographers' Room Facilities
The photographers room will contain free ADSL connections to each row of desks to upload and download data.
Lockers will be provided to store photographic equipment. A bond of $100 NZD is required for a locker key and
this will be refunded when the key is returned.
8.12
Additional Facilities
For those media representatives who require additional facilities over and above those advised above please contact the Media Relations Officer to arrange. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz Manufacturers' Room
There are working facilities for the press personnel of manufacturer Teams entered in the FIA WRC and tyre companies in the Manufacturers' Room. The Manufacturers' Room is located at Mystery Creek Events Centre adjacent to the media room. At each work station there will be tables and chairs. Telephone and ADSL connections as well as any other services can be ordered through the organiser. A full list of services with prices is published on the event website.
Facilities Order Procedure

The following procedure must be followed for ordering services through the organiser.
1.
Place order using the form on the event website by Friday 3 August 2007 at the latest. An invoice will be sent within 5 working days. This invoice must be paid by Friday 17 August. Service prices will be raised by 20% for all orders placed after 17 August. All orders made after 17 August must be paid with a credit card supplied with the order. This also applies for any additional services ordered during the event. Any costs incurred for telecommunications or additional costs will be invoiced after the event with immediate payment required.
9. Two Way Radio

9.1
Application Procedure
A licence is required for the use of 2-way radios in New Zealand. Rally New Zealand has a limited number of simplex licences available for use by application before the start of administrative checking and payment of usage fee to the Rally Office. These will be distributed on a first come first served basis. They are 84.062500, 84.500000, 84.525000, 150.212500, 150.237500, 150.262500, 153.581250, 165.737500, 166.275000, 453.493750, 461.543750, 488.293750, 488.331250, and 449.943750 MHZ. Competitors who wish to apply for their own licence need to do so online at http://www.rsm.med.govt.nz prior to 1 August 2007. Please note that the following frequencies are not available for competitors: • 138.000MHz to 150.000MHz and • 230.000MHz to 400.000MHz and • 430.000MHz to 440.000MHz
10. Fuel

10.1 FIA Fuel and Fast Couplings
Refuelling will be located at the Service Park, remote refuels and the Raglan Remote Service Zone (leg 3).
Competitors need to pay special attention to the various refuel locations when making service plans.
All cars of priority drivers must be fitted with FIA fuel sample couplings for taking fuel samples and with fast
couplings for refuelling. All competitors must comply with WRC regulations Art. 8 and 9.
The use of FIA fuel is obligatory for all priority drivers. As provided for in the FIA WRC Regulations Art. 8.1, the
use of Avgas by non-priority competitors as distributed only via the organisation is authorised. Those non-priority
drivers wishing to use AVGAS must notify and prepay their fuel requirements to the Rally New Zealand Secretariat
by filling out the AVGAS Fuel Order form available from the forms section of the Rally New Zealand website
www.rallynz.org.nz
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11. Hospitality Arrangements

11.1 Hospitality
Our Super Special Stage with corporate hospitality units will be located at Rally HQ, Mystery Creek Events Centre,
as it was in 2006. This year the Mystery Creek Super Special Stage will be used on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Mystery Creek offers our guests a ringside view of the Super Special Stage.
The Super Special Stage is 3.14km long with cars starting at normal rally intervals, with jump and water splash.
Teams and competitors can join the hospitality Village at the Super Special Stage. The Village is situated in an
ideal trackside location with a superb view of the stage.
There are a variety of options available to cater for guests. Should you be interested in hospitality packages
contact the organisers via email at info@rallynz.org.nz Hospitality options are also available for other special
stages.
11.2 Spectator Rally Tour
Rally New Zealand will again offer a Spectator Tour that allows your guests the opportunity to view the excitement
of the WRC from the comfort of a luxurious Minibus. Select from a One Day tour or the full Three Day event tour.
For further information contact the official tour provider Rally Tours NZ Ltd
www.rallytours.co.nz/rally_new_zealand.htm or greg.coaches@clear.net.nz

11.3 Rally Show
A rally show will be staged on Thursday 30 August in Hood Street, in the centre of Hamilton. The rally show will
start at 1600hrs. An autograph session will be held from 1630-1800hrs. Manufacturers, Manufacturers' Teams,
PWRC Teams and invited others are asked to participate in this autograph session. All teams are asked to bring
posters, postcards, stickers and other promotional material to be given away to fans. Selected drivers will be
interviewed at the pre-start press conference on the start ramp at 1800hrs.
11.4 Service Park Activities
The service park has been designed to allow fans to interact with teams during the event. Competitors are invited
to give out promotional material from their service park area.
12. Helicopters

All aircraft including helicopters flying in support of the rally must be registered with the Rally Organisers. Rally New
Zealand will operate a "Restricted Airspace" over the rally route and only aircraft registered with the Organisers will
be permitted to enter the airspace.
12.1 Registration Procedure & Briefing
Registration forms are available from the forms section of the Rally New Zealand website www.rallynz.org.nz and
from the official Helicopter Supplier – Helilink Limited.
The pilots' briefing will be at 1100hrs on Tuesday 28 August in the Media Centre in the Mystery Creek Pavilion.

12.2 Contact Details of Helicopter Supplier
The Official helicopter supplier to Rally New Zealand is:
 Helilink Limited Attention: Rachel King PO Box 3271, Auckland, New Zealand +64-27-630-1811 (Use for on event contact) rachelk@helilink.co.nz www.helilink.co.nz Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz

13. Import of Vehicles and Spare Parts

Rally and support vehicles, parts, tyres and components can be temporarily imported into New Zealand without
payment of Duty and Goods and Services Tax under an ATA Carnet issued by the Chamber of Commerce in the
exporting country. The only items that are excluded are expendable products such as oil and promotional
giveaways. Any items that are not exported will be subject to payment of Duty (where applicable) and Goods &
Services Tax.
New Zealand Customs have made special arrangements for competitors in Rally New Zealand. It is recommended
to use ATA Carnets. All values must be at the normal wholesale price in the country of export.
13.1 Freight & Importing into New Zealand
Import Bond
– Rally New Zealand has established a Bond with New Zealand Customs which allows teams to
enter all vehicles, parts and equipment using normal commercial invoices instead of Carnets. This procedure is
quick and carries no additional costs other than a NZ$350 processing fee per transaction inclusive of import and
export. No further duties or taxes are applicable providing all goods are re-exported at the end of the rally. The only
items that are excluded are expendable products such as oil and promotional giveaways. ATA Carnets are
acceptable.
Documents should be faxed or e-mailed prior to the vessel's arrival to Malcolm Total Logistics who manage the
bond to ensure all procedures are completed and to prevent any possible delays.
Malcolm Total Logistics and White Knight International are the preferred providers of Customs and Forwarding
services to Rally New Zealand. For assistance with your customs or forwarding needs please contact:
• Malcolm Total Logistics Ltd PO Box 53-003, Auckland Airport, New Zealand Phone: rally@malcolm.co.nz Malcolm Total Logistics and White Knight International can provide the following additional services: International
freight at preferential rates to New Zealand, all Customs and quarantine requirements, delivery to site and
unpack/repack of containers.
13.2 Goods Service Licence
A Goods Service Licence is not required for rally support vehicles brought into the country by international teams.
These vehicles are now declared mobile workshops and the drivers of these vehicles are not required to maintain
driving hours logbooks. The exemption letter which is Appendix 10 must be carried at all times.
13.3 New Zealand Vehicle Registration
On arrival in New Zealand you will need to complete the following steps. These steps must be completed to enable
your registration to be processed.
• Fill out an Application for registration of an overseas visitor's vehicle (form MR 2C) – available from VINZ or the Rally Office, one form per vehicle. Photocopies of this form are not acceptable. Provide proof that the vehicle is currently registered in your name in its country of origin (eg, by providing original vehicle registration documents) • Show your carnet or temporary import entry • Provide identification that shows your name, date of birth and signature • Pay an Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) levy, but none of the other registration and licensing All rally vehicles must obtain a Warrant of Fitness (cars) or Certificate of Fitness (trucks) before completing New Zealand vehicle registration. Arrangements have been made with the New Zealand Police - Land Transport New Zealand (LTNZ) for overseas rally vehicles to be checked at the following authorised testing stations: Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz VINZ Testing Station
VINZ Hamilton
79 Carbine Road, Mt Wellington 41 Tasman Road, Te Rapa Phone: +64-9-573-3063 Phone: +64-7-849-0210 LTNZ advise that these vehicles may be driven on New Zealand roads prior to carrying out the registration and
inspection procedures from the point of entry into New Zealand to your workshop or authorised testing Station.
14. Hotel / Accommodation Reservation

Rally New Zealand has negotiated rates at a number of hotel & motel properties. To take advantage of these
accommodation rates, bookings must be made through the Rally Office. Credit card details are required with each
booking. Your accommodation account must be settled directly with the hotel/motel on departure.
While every effort will be made to accommodate you, bookings are 100% non refundable from 8 August 2007.
Please fill out the accommodation form in the forms section of our website and fax or email back. For more
information please contact the Rally Office, Ph: +64-9-276-0882 or email info@rallynz.org.nz
15. Scrutineering / Sealing and Marking

15.1 Pre-Event Scrutineering (except Manufacturers and Manufacturer Team Cars)
Date:
Wednesday 29 August Spantech Building, Mystery Creek Events Centre.
15.2 Car Preparations before Scrutineering
Engine Block Sealing:
P2/P3 and Non-Seeded drivers should arrive at pre-event scrutineering with one hole drilled on the engine block as
one cable +one plate + one seal will be fitted (see photo 1 below). The engine seal should be placed on a visible
place (i.e. visible when the bonnet is opened).
Chassis Sealing:
One cable + one plate + one seal will be fitted on the rollcage (wire around some tube: see photo 2 below).
All Cars should be ready to be sealed with sealing wire holes drilled when they arrive at Pre-Event Scrutineering.
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15.3 FIA Safety Tracking System

Issuing of FIA Safety Tracking Systems
Date:
Tuesday 28 August ISC-T Building, Mystery Creek Events Centre
A refundable deposit is payable by credit card which will be charged by ISC-T when the FIA Safety Tracking
System is collected. The deposit will be refunded when the FIA Tracking System is returned.
15.4 Final Scrutineering
Date:
Sunday 2 September Spantech Building, Mystery Creek Events Centre
15.5 Sealing of Parts / spare parts – All competitors are reminded of the requirements of the General
For Priority 2 and Priority 3 drivers the following parts shall be sealed/tagged prior to the start of the rally; Transmission (fitted to car) Spare transmission Turbocharger (fitted to car) Spare turbocharger (complete with restrictor) Fitment of bodyshell identification ‘tag plate' Fitment of engine block identification ‘tag plate'. For Non Priority (non seeded) drivers the following parts shall be sealed/tagged prior to the start of the rally; Turbocharger (fitted to car) Spare turbocharger (complete with restrictor) Fitment of bodyshell identification ‘tag plate' Fitment of engine block identification ‘tag plate'.
15.6 Bodyshell for Group N
Group N Competitors are reminded of the technical regulations concerning the bodyshell in Group N as
detailed below;
Article 254-4 from Appendix J: MODIFICATIONS AND ADJUNCTIONS ALLOWED OR OBLIGATORY
All the modifications which are not allowed by the present regulations are expressly forbidden.
"The only work which may be carried out on the car is that necessary for its normal servicing, or for the
replacement of parts worn through use or accident.
The limits of the modifications and fittings allowed are
specified hereinafter.
Apart from these, any part worn through use or accident can only be replaced by an
original part identical to the damaged one.

The cars must be strictly Series Production models identifiable by the homologation form data."
It is not authorised to remove any supports (even unused supports) or parts which are part of the
Chassis/Bodyshell. The bodyshell must be 100% identical to the FIA homologated standard production
bodyshell (except where modification is specifically allowed under Appendix J - article 254).

15.7 Flame Resistant Clothing
All crew members are reminded of the requirements of Appendix L of the International Sporting Code,
Chapter III, Article 2 ‘Flame-resistant clothing'. Competitors should be aware that the Organisers may
check for compliance with these requirements, including the requirement to wear long underwear,
balaclava, socks and shoes, homologated to the FIA 8856-2000 standard, at any time during the rally.
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16.1 Ceremonial Start
Date: Thursday 30 August
Time: 1830hrs
Place: Hood Street, Hamilton City
16.2 Programme
1600 hrs Rally Show Commences
Pre Start Park Open
1630 hrs Autograph Signing Session Commences
1730 hrs Pre Start Park Closes
1800 hrs Autograph Signing Session Finishes
1800 hrs Rally Pre Start Press Conference
1810 hrs Maori Welcome
1820 hrs Welcome from dignitaries
1830 hrs First car onto start ramp
2000 hrs Last car crosses start ramp
16.3 Procedure and Instructions
Each Manufacturer team is requested to provide 1 competing car for the pre-start rally show that will commence at
1600 hours in Hood Street. Other teams may be requested to attend by invitation.
All cars must report to the pre-start area by 1730 hours as per article 11.1 of the Supplementary Regulations.
Teams as specified below will be requested to have at least two of their crew in the autograph signing area during
the specified time. All crews for the specified teams must attend for part of the autograph signing session.
Time
Subaru Competitors Mitsubishi Competitors
Invited drivers will be required to attend the Rally Start Press Conference at 1800 hrs which will be located on the
start ramp.
At 1810 hours a Maori Welcome will be performed. Drivers will be invited to attend this in front of the start ramp.
Cars will cross the start ramp in reverse seeded order at approximately 30 second gaps for cars up to P-WRC.
Once cars have crossed the ramp they will then proceed to leave Hood Street via Anglesea Street.
Reserved parking will be in place for accredited media in the Knox Street parking building.
17. Finish Procedure

17.1 Finish
Date: Sunday 2 September
Time: 1515hrs
Place: Mystery Creek Events Centre adjacent to ‘M' Road.
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17.2 Programme
1509 hrs Last car finishes Superspecial Stage before temporary halt.
1510 hrs Dignitaries Speeches
1515 hrs First New Zealand Competitor across ramp interviewed, champagne.
1517 hrs PWRC Winner across ramp interviewed, champagne. Joined by team if permitted.
1519 hrs 8th, 7th, 6th, 5th 4th overall competitors across ramp interviewed.
1524 hrs 3rd overall competitor across ramp interviewed.
1526 hrs 2nd overall competitor across ramp interviewed.
1528 hrs Overall Winner onto ramp interviewed, champagne, joined by team.
1532 hrs Podium Ceremony
1542 hrs Overall Winner leaves ramp. Superspecial Stage Recommences
1545 hrs Remaining competitors across ramp.
17.3 Procedure and Instructions
The Ceremonial Rally Finish including Prizegiving Ceremony will be held at 1515 hours on Sunday 2 September on
the Finish Podium, where awards will be made to all prizewinners. No other formal Prizegiving Ceremony will be
held.
On re-entering Mystery Creek competitors will proceed via the car wash to the finish holding area where they will
be re-organised into the correct order for crossing the finish ramp. Competitors will be dispatched from the finish
holding area by officials to the Ceremonial Finish area.
The following presentation procedure will be undertaken for the first three crews in overall classification:
 Third overall will drive onto the finish podium, stops with nose of car on exit ramp the crew then exits the car for a photo and interview. After the interview they exit the finish podium. Crew returns to holding area.  Second overall will then drive onto the finish podium, stops with nose of car on exit ramp the crew then exits the car for a photo and interview. After the interview they exit the finish podium. Crew returns to holding area.  The winning car then drives onto the finish podium. The crew will then exit the car be interviewed and then climb onto the bonnet where they will spray champagne for photographers and tv crews. The team personnel may then join the team on the ramp for a photo. Team personnel then leave. The car remains on the finish podium until the end of the Awards Ceremony Podium.  The winning crews (first, second & third) then proceed to the Awards Ceremony Podium. The awards for third, second and then first will be presented to the competitors, followed by the award to the winning manufacturer together with the appropriate national anthems.  The Overall winner will leave the finish podium.
Vehicles required for Post Event Scrutineering will be taken under supervision to the scrutineering venue in the
Spantech Building at Mystery Creek Events Centre.
Other vehicles will be placed in the final Parc Ferme.
18. PR Activities

Pre-Event Activities
A number of pre-event activities are planned in Auckland and Hamilton prior to the event. Details will be available from the Rally Office. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz Shakedown
Shakedown will operate as a "live" competition stage with stage times being published. Thursday 30 August Priority 1, 2, 3 & Others 1000-1200 hrs Mystery Creek Events Centre, Hamilton FIA Pre-Event Press Conference
Thursday 30 August Media Centre, Mystery Creek Pavilion, Mystery Creek Events Centre The pre-event press conference will be held with the FIA nominated drivers and team representatives. Pre-Start Activities and Ceremonial Start
Thursday 30 August Driver Autograph Sessions Pre-Event Press Conference Ceremonial Start First Car (reverse order) Hood Street, Hamilton End of Leg Press Conferences
Friday 31 August Display & Merchandise Area, Mystery Creek Events Centre Saturday 1 September Display & Merchandise Area, Mystery Creek Events Centre An end of leg media conference that is open to the public will be held with the FIA nominated drivers. FIA Post-Event Press Conference
1600 hrs, Sunday 2 September Media Centre, Mystery Creek Pavilion Immediately following the awards to the three winning crews at the Rally Finish, the required drivers and co-drivers will be transported to the post event press conference.
19. Passes and Plates

19.1 Event Passes & 19.2 Event Plates
For information about the passes issued by the FIA, ISC, and the organisers please see Appendix 6.

20. Medical and Safety Service
20.1 Emergency Number
For All Emergency Services Dial: 111 and ask for Fire, Police, or Ambulance
The event emergency telephone number is: 07-834-0106.
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20.2 Hospitals & Medical Centres

In Hamilton the two medical facilities closest to Mystery Creek are:
• Anglesea Clinic Accident & Medical, open 24 hours, 7 days, Cnr Anglesea & Thackaray Streets (at the western end of Hood Street) Ph. 07-858-0800. • Victoria Central Accident & medical, open 8am to 10pm, 7 days, 750 Victoria Street. Ph. 07-834-0333. On the Rally Route the medical facilities are: Waikato Hospital, Pembroke Street, Hamilton Phone: 07-839-8899 West Coast Health Clinic, 12 Wallis Street, Raglan Phone: 07-825-0114 Otorohanga Medical Centre, 12 Hinewai Street, Otorohanga Phone: 07-873-7079
Mobile Medical Clinics will also be operated at the following locations during the event.
Leg 1 Friday 31 August
Supplementary Refuel – Oparau Road House
Waitomo Rugby Club, Waitomo Reserve, Highway 37, Waitomo
Leg 2 Saturday 1 September
Onewhero Rugby Club, Onewhero Reserve, Hall Road, Onewhero – Morning
Supplementary Refuel – Highway 22 – Morning
Te Akau Waingaro Community Sports Complex, 616 Te Akau Road, Te Akau – Afternoon
Leg 3 Sunday 2 September
Remote Service – Raglan Airfield
Te Mata Village
20.3 Police
Dial 111 and ask for Police
20.4 Towing Service
Pre-Event Towing:


Hamilton Area: Gregan Bros Towing, 5 Wychbury Court, Ashmore Phone: +64-7-847-2241 Pirongia/Waitomo Area: Emmet Motors, RD 2, Oparau Phone: +64-7-871-0616 Peter Still Motors, 74 Otewa Road, Otorohanga Phone: +64-7-873-7346 Counties Towing, RD 3 Hunua Road, Papakura Phone: +64-9-299-8451 Jack Perry, PO Box 177, Pokeno Phone: +64-27-286-8536 Graham Garret Motors, PO Box 142, Raglan Phone: +64-7-825-8393 Craig Pendon, 149 Hakanoa Street, Huntly Phone: +64-27-499-4161 Bow Street Motors, 20 Bow Street, Raglan Phone: +64-7-825-8150 Graham Garret Motors, PO Box 142, Raglan Phone: +64-7-825-8393
On Event Towing:

Rally Headquarters Phone: +64-7-834-0107
20.5 Pharmacy
The closest pharmacy to Mystery Creek Events Centre is:
Glenview Unichem Pharmacy, Urlich Shopping Centre,
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21. List of Useful Facts and Services

21.1 Population
New Zealand's population is 4.1 million. For further information visit www.purenz.com

21.2 Climate
August/September in the North Island of New Zealand is approaching the Spring season. Temperatures range
from 10-15 degrees Celsius with occasional rain. During the week of the Rally Sunrise will be at 0640hrs and
Sunset will be at 1800hrs (approximately).
21.3 Weather
MetService is New Zealand's national weather service. MetService has designed a WRC internet forecast and
observation package that contains a wide range of weather information ranging from real time radar imagery and
weather observations to hourly site specific forecasts and weather warnings. This package is available to
interested parties. For further details and cost options contact.
Peter Fisher
MetService
peter.fisher@metservice.com
+64-27-563-8626

21.4 Time Zone

Greenwich Mean Time plus 12 hours.
21.5 Currency
New Zealand currency system is based on dollar and cent denomination. Coins are 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 and $2.
Notes are $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100.
Banks are open Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.30pm. All banks have Automatic Teller Machines which operate 24
hours a day and accept all major credit cards. An ATM is located at Mystery Creek Events Centre directly opposite
Parc Ferme.
GST of 12.5% is added to all goods and services in New Zealand. GST is included in the price unless otherwise
stated. Purchases made in Duty Free shops are free of GST. Tipping in New Zealand is not necessary, however if
you have found the service (or food) exceptional it is perfectly in order to tip 10% of the total bill.
21.6 Car Dealers
Audi
Garry Keith Motors Cnr Thackeray & Anglesea Sts, Hamilton Garry Keith Motors Cnr Thackeray & Anglesea Sts, Hamilton 473 Te Rapa Rd, Hamilton 204-208 Anglesea St, Hamilton Anglesea St, Hamilton 191 Anglesea St, Hamilton Waikato Motor Group 270 Te Rapa Road, Hamilton 747 Victoria St Hamilton Jim Wright Nissan 1050 Te Rapa Road, Hamilton Waikato Motor Group 270 Te Rapa Road, Hamilton Garry Keith Motors Cnr Thackeray & Anglesea Sts, Hamilton 191 Anglesea St, Hamilton 191 Anglesea St, Hamilton Cnr London and Tristram Sts, Hamilton Garry Keith Motors Cnr Thackeray & Anglesea Sts, Hamilton Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
21.7 Hire Car Companies

For Car, Truck and Van rentals contact:
Budget Rent-A-Car PO Box 76-183, Manukau City, New Zealand 605b Gt South Road, Manukau City Phone: brac26@xtra.co.nz
21.8 Airline Companies and Airports
Aerolineas Argentinas
135 Albert Street, Auckland City Cnr Customs & Queen St, Auckland City American Airlines Qantas House, 191 Queen Street, Auckland City British Airways PLC Cathay Pacific Airways 205 Queen Street, Auckland City 45 Queen Street, Auckland City Garuda Indonesia 120 Albert Street, Auckland City 120 Albert Street, Auckland City 120 Albert Street, Auckland City Lufthansa German Airlines 36 Kitchener Street, Auckland City Malaysia Airlines 120 Albert Street, Auckland City 191 Queen Street, Auckland City Singapore Airlines Cnr Albert & Fanshawe Sts, Auckland City 23 Custom Street East, Auckland City
Hamilton Airport is located 5 minutes from Mystery Creek Events Centre. It services domestic and some
international flights. Freedom Air flies direct to Hamilton from some Australian Cities.
Auckland International Airport has daily services by all major international airlines to/from Australia and most Asian
and European cities. Hamilton is approximately 1½ hours drive from Auckland. For any group or individual
transport requirements from Auckland Airport to Hamilton please contact Greg Paul Coaches at
greg.coaches@clear.net.nz or +64-9-977-5775
21.9 Copy Service
For Colour Copy Service Contact:
Zoom Accelerated Digital Print & Design 103 Greenwood Street Hamilton Phone: +64-7-846-0380
21.10 Maps
Visitors to New Zealand belonging to a motoring club affiliated to the AIT, The World Organisation of Motoring and
touring clubs, receive free reciprocal membership benefits. Services offered include the supply of detailed maps,
accommodation guides and touring information. Enquiries should be directed to:
99 Albert Street, Auckland City, Phone +64-9-966 8919, or 295 Barton St, Hamilton, Phone +64-7-958-3600 5 Cross Roads, Hamilton, Phone +64-7-853-5091 Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
21.11 Mobile Phone (Rental and Service)

You may use your own mobile phone in New Zealand by prior arrangement with your system provider or hire a
phone in New Zealand through Vodafone Rental.
The Cellular Phone Booking Form is available from the rally office info@rallynz.org.nz
21.12 Security Companies
Rally New Zealand will arrange security as required onsite for Mystery Creek Events Centre. Please contact the
Rally Office to make arrangements.
21.13 Drivers' Licence Requirements
Overseas drivers with a non-English licence must carry an accurate English translation or an International Driving
Permit (IDP) while driving.
21.14 Rally Car and Reconnaissance Car Lease
Rally Drive NZ has a range of lease cars available for Rally New Zealand. Group N Mitsubishi Lancer Evolutions in
both Left and Right Hand Drive and a Left Hand Drive Version 5 Subaru Impreza are available, all with full support
packages available including team management, servicing, parts, and logistics. Testing Facilities and
Reconnaissance Cars are also available for lease.
For further information contact:
Dale Perry, Rally Drive NZ Limited
Phone:
motorworld@clear.net.nz
Reece Jones Rallysport can offer competitors Rally Car Hire, Service and Event Management. This internationally
experienced team has both Left Hand and Right Hand Group N Evolutions. Packages can be arranged to suit
individual requirements.
Phone:
reece.jones@xtra.co.nz Neil Allport Motorsport can provide Event Management and servicing. Rally Cars for lease include Left and Right Hand Drive Mitsubishi Evolution and Ford Fiesta ST cars. New Zealand distributor for leading motorsport products. Phone: namsport@xtra.co.nz www.namsport.co.nz Ralliart New Zealand can provide event management and servicing. Rally cars for lease include Left and Right Hand Drive Mitsubishi Evolution cars. Phone: Ralliart New Zealand +64-9-525-3087 Bill Morton +64-21-967-231 admin@ralliartnz.co.nz 34 Olive Road, Penrose, Auckland RallyfaNZ Ltd has one 2005 Subaru Impreza Spec C available for lease. This car is available in a number of lease options, please call Sam Murray or email to discuss. Phone sam@rallyfanz.co.nz Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
21.15 Taxis
Listed below are a selection of taxi services. The fare from Mystery Creek to Hamilton City is between $30 and
$45.
21.16 Banks
Banks are open Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.30pm. Automatic Teller Machines operate 24 hours a day and
accept all major credit cards. An ATM is located at Mystery Creek Events Centre opposite Parc Ferme.
21.17 Supermarket
New World Glenview Ohaupo Road (SH3 main road to airport)
Is the closest supermarket to Mystery Creek Events Centre. New World will assemble your order and deliver it to
you at Mystery Creek. They stock a large range of freshly baked buns, breads & muffins etc; groceries; liquor;
meat; fruit and vegetables.
Phone +64-7-843- 4452
Fax +64-7-843-3858 Mike +64-21-512-543 Cameron +64–21-988-616 Jim +64–21-843-603
21.18 Personal Accident Insurance
All New Zealand residents and overseas visitors to New Zealand are covered by 24hour no-fault personal injury
caused by an accident, where that accident is deemed to be an accident as defined in the "Injury Prevention,
Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2001".
Overseas visitors are recommended to have personal travel and medical insurance.
Third Party Property Insurance or Comprehensive Vehicle Insurance is the responsibility of the entrant/competitor.
The service vehicles, management vehicles and reconnaissance vehicles, including those bearing special plates
issued by the organisers may never be considered as official participants in the rally. They are therefore not
covered by the insurance policy of the rally and will remain the sole responsibility of their owner.
Competitors and crew members are covered for public liability under a master policy held by MotorSport New
Zealand for an amount of up to NZ$10 million for the entire event. Full details may be obtained upon request to the
organisers.
In the event of an accident the competitor or his/her representative must notify the Clerk of the Course in writing
within 4 hours. He/She must provide full details including the names and addresses of those involved and any
witnesses.

Third party property insurance:
It is recommended that all competitors obtain as minimum third party property insurance on all Rally Cars and
Service Vehicles. For further information contact:
• Marsh Limited Attn: Mr Peter Sapsworth PO Box 2221, Auckland New Zealand Phone: +64-9-373-0364 Facsimile: +64-9-486-2164 Email: peter.l.sapsworth@marsh.com Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
21.19 Visa Requirements
All visitors to New Zealand are required to have a valid passport.

If you are a citizen of one of the following countries which have visa waiver agreements with New Zealand, you do
not need to apply for a Visitor Visa if you are visiting New Zealand for 3 months or less:
Korea (South) Oman Hong Kong*** Luxembourg Portuguese passport holders must have the right to live permanently in Portugal. Including nationals of the USA. Residents of Hong Kong travelling on Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or British National (Overseas) passports. If you are a British citizen or are a British passport holder who has evidence of the right to live permanently in the United Kingdom, you may be granted a Visitor's Permit valid for 6 months on arrival. People travelling to New Zealand on United Nations (UN) laissez-passers for a period of up to three months are exempt from the requirement to obtain a visitor's visa. If you are a Visa waiver visitor you must: • Hold a valid ticket to a country you have the right of entry to, and • Have sufficient money to support yourself during your stay, and • Hold a passport valid for 3 months beyond the date you are leaving New Zealand, and • Visit New Zealand only for the time granted on arrival (if you wish to visit for a longer period you will need to apply for a Visitor's Visa).
For those competitors who require a visa please contact the Rally Office and we will issue you with an invitation to
the rally, which will assist with your application for a visa.

Work Permits are not required for competitors, service crews and media associated with the 2007 Rally New
Zealand.
21.20 Hire Equipment
Hirequip is the Official Supplier to Rally New Zealand. Their Hamilton branches are ready to assist all visitors to
the event and will give all teams a preferential rate on any equipment hired.
Contact Details are:

Hirequip Claudelands Phone: +64-7-8567890 Hirequip Frankton Phone: +64-7-8466466 Hirequip Te Rapa Phone: +64-7-8495838 Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
21.21 Leisure and Recreation Options

Vibrant, diverse and thriving - Hamilton combines all the vigour and energy of a bustling city with a relaxed, easy
lifestyle. From the majestic Waikato River to the spectacular Hamilton Gardens to lakes, walkways and golf
courses - Hamilton provides the perfect environment for leisure. A melting pot of more than 80 ethnic groups, the
city's cosmopolitan flavour is accentuated by its multi-cultural mix of cafes, pubs and restaurants that contribute to
an exciting night life.
Check out the www.hamilton.co.nz Explore Hamilton Directory to find a huge range of Hamilton businesses that
offer what you need to get what you want out of the city.
Lochiel Golf Club is located five minutes away from Mystery Creek Events Centre and offers 18 hole rounds for $45
for non members and 9 hole rounds for $20.
Phone: +64-7-843-6898
Email: lochiel@golf.co.nz

21.22 Attractions and Activities in Hamilton

Hamilton Gardens
The most popular tourist destination in the Waikato, the Hamilton Gardens are a unique and amazing gallery of gardens alive with colour. Enjoy the different themed gardens from the tranquility of the Chinese and Japanese gardens to the Grand Italian Renaissance garden. Hamilton Zoo
Set amongst acres of tranquil surroundings the Hamilton Zoo is home to 450 exotic and endangered species. Enjoy the largest walk-through aviary in the Southern Hemisphere, meet the cheeky chimpanzees and view the fascinating felines. Waipa Delta
Join the original paddle steamer the MV Waipa Delta as it cruises New Zealand's longest waterway, the mighty Waikato River. Enjoy a lunch, dinner or afternoon coffee cruise while taking in the beautiful scenery up and down the Waikato River. Experience the thrill of gaming at the city's only casino or check out the extreme tenpin bowling arcade and laserzone for some serious fun. Waikato Museum
Overlooking the beautiful Waikato River the Waikato Museum delivers a rich experience of arts and culture, the eight galleries exhibit a range of different exhibitions. The exhibitions on display at present are the Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Award 2007 and Sci-Quest which offers an interactive experience for the family to explore the wonders of science. Daytona Indoor Raceway
Experience the thrill of driving with New Zealand's fastest indoor Go-Karts. Challenge the day's record whether alone or with friends. Extreme Edge Indoor Rock Climbing
The largest indoor climbing gym in the Waikato with heaps of great quality climbs suitable for beginners through to advanced climbers. Rally Guide 2 – 2007-08-03 www.rallynz.org.nz
Waterworld

A great place for families and individuals to unwind at the end of a busy day. Waterworld offers a wide range of
services and facilities from a recreational centre to a crèche, located just 10 minutes drive north of the Hamilton city
centre, handy by Hamilton city's local buses.
Hamilton Heritage Trail
Hamilton is a young city, rich with heritage sites dating back to as early as the 1830s. The heritage trail gives great
insight to the early European settlements of Hamilton and the tangata whenua that first occupied the land.
Robinson Sports Museum and Gardens
Over a 20 year period Robinsons sport museum has built up a unique display of sporting history, show casing
relics from the south pacific and around the world. Included on the land is a display of 12 vintage buildings nestled
amongst beautiful gardens.
Hamilton River Walks
Hamilton river walk ways stretch from Braithwaite Park in Pukete to Hammond Park in Hamilton East, with access
points from other suburbs along the way.
Rotoroa Lake (Hamilton Lake)
Hamilton Lake has a great children's play area, with a play ground catering to the toddlers and disabled children.
Included at the lake is a 3.8 km walk. Along the walk visitors can view our native Pukekos in their natural habitat.
At the right time of year you can see baby Pukekos and ducklings playing amongst the reeds.
Donovans Chocolate Factory
Enjoy a magical experience seeing chocolates being made from scratch in front of your very eyes on a self guided
tour around the factory.
Canoe & Kayak Waikato
Experience the magnificent Waikato River and take in the stunning environment with a two hour guided kayak trip.
A perfect trip for the whole family.

21.23 Restaurants

In the city:
Sohl Food & Bar

New Zealand flavours in a relaxed atmosphere. Menu available on website.
Address: 236 Victoria St, Central City, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 839 1996
Email: bob@sohl.co.nz
Website: www.sohl.co.nz
Scotts Epicurean
Fully licensed Restaurant/Cafe. Open 7 days, Mon - Fri 7-5, Sat, Sun 8.30 - 5. Cabinet food and a la carte.
Excellent espresso.
Address: 181 Victoria St, Central City, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 839 6680
Email: scottsim@wave.co.nz
Caffe' Centrale
Authentic Italian restaurant. Licensed and BYO Wine only.
Address: 10 Alma Street, CBD, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 838 1013
Email: caffecentrale@thenet.net.nz
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Little India

Authentic Indian cuisine, fully licensed, BYO bottled wine only. Lunch Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm. Dinner 7 days
5pm onwards
Address: 4 Alexandra St, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 838 1620
Website: www.littleindia.co.nz
EM>BAR>GO
Licensed Cafe/Restaurant. Open Mon-Fri from 8.00am. Sat-Sun from 9.00am. Dinner Tuesday to Saturday from
5.30pm.
Address: Ground Floor, NZI Building, 11 Garden Place, Hamilton
Phone Number: (07) 834 1353
Email: elaine@embargo.co.nz
Website: www.embargo.co.nz
Barzurk Restaurant
Barzurk Restaurant & Bar - Famous Wood fired Gourmet Pizzas ! offering also a wide variety of Food to please all
including Steaks, Chicken, Steamed mussells, Prawns, corn-fritters and much much more.
Address: Victoria Street, Hamilton (opp. Rydges Hotel)
Phone Number: 07 834 2363
Email: ryanandsarah@xtra.co.nz
Website: www.barzurk.co.nz
Iguana
Street Bar and Restaurant. Open 7 days for brunch, lunch and dinner.
Address: 203 Victoria Street, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 834 2280
Website: www.iguana.net.nz
Domaine
Restaurant, Bar, Café. Open for lunch from 11.30am –5pm and dinner from 5pm, 7 days a week.
Address: 575 Victoria St Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 839 2100
The Balcony Restaurant Hamilton
Popular modern dining – romantic family friendly restaurant on the riverside in Hamilton
Address: 20 Alma Street, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 838 3718
Email: dine@balcony.co.nz
Website: www.balcony.co.nz
Tables on the River
Contemporary New Zealand cuisine served in a unique Riverbank location with great outdoor dining.
Address: Alma Street, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 839 6555
Email: info@tablesontheriver.co.nz
Website: www.tablesontheriver.co.nz
Cullens
Cullens is an award winning restaurant that serves sumptuous food in relaxed surroundings.
Address: The Marketplace, Hood St, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 838 3618
Email: cullenscafe@xtra.co.nz
Website: www.CullensCafe.co.nz
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Sahara Tent

Experience our mystic Middle Eastern atmosphere. Mediterranean cuisine. Fully licensed and BYO wine.
Traditional and continental meals. Alcove Bar Upstairs. Bookings essential.
Address: 254 Victoria St, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 834 0409
Palate
The sense of taste. Fully licensed, contemporary NZ cuisine.
Address: 170 Victoria St (south), Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 834 2921
Thai Village Cafe
Thai cuisine at its best. Thai chef, fully licensed, BYO wine, takeaways available.
Address: Hood Street, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 834 9960
Website: www.thaivillage.co.nz for menus
Canvas restaurant and bar
Quality food, excellent service.
Address: 1 Grantham St, Hamilton (next to Waikato Museum)
Phone Number: 07 839 2535
Website: www.canvas.net.nz
Japanese cafe
Exquisite Japanese food. Seafood specialists. Licensed and BYO wine. Open Monday to Saturday for lunch and
dinner.
Address: 3 Collingwood St, Hamilton (behind Rydges hotel)
Phone Number: 07 834 3329

Metropolis caffe

Open 7 days for brunch, lunch, dinner dessert and espresso. BYO wine and licensed.
Address: 211 Victoria St, Hamilton.
Phone Number: 07 834 2091
Email: metropolis3@xtra.co.nz
Website: www.metropoliscaffe.co.nz
Casabella Lane
A number of cafes and eateries including a French café and sushi bar.
Address: Barton Street, Hamilton
In the suburbs:
Zigilinis Cafe
Cafe style food and good coffee and cakes. Open evenings during the Summer. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Hours 8.00am till 4.30pm Monday to Sunday. Thursday 6.00pm to late Saturday.
Address: 265 Grey Street, Hamilton East
Phone Number: 07 856 5722
Email: zigilinis@clear.net.nz
En Q - Restaurant & Wine Bar
Well-known surburbian restaurant, modern & relaxed with a touch of Soho chic. European Menu with a NZ Twist.
Open 7 Days - A la carte for dinner.
Address: Queenwood Village, Chartwell, Hamilton
Phone Number: 07 855 9617
Website: www.enq.co.nz
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