In the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship, the eligible cars should follow additional provisions:
- Group A cars with a corrected cylinder capacity of less than 2000cc must have had their homologation accepted by the FIA for the region.
- Group A and N cars whose homologation has expired up to a maximum of four years before the beginning of the current year are permitted to participate in the rallies of the Championship on the following conditions:
They are permitted to compete in all the rallies of the Championship on an equal basis and can start and be classified together with currently homologated cars.
Any registered drivers and co-drivers of such cars cannot score points in the Championship.
The cars are not eligible to score points.
Such non-homologated cars above may only be accepted for participation if the correct, though
expired, homologation papers are produced at documentation.
The cars remain in total conformity with the original technical specifications and are in a sound
condition to participate.
The size of turbo restrictors used on turbo equipped cars and the minimum weight are those
FIA seeded drivers are not permitted to drive such cars.
The recommended and maximum schedule of a rally is:
Scrutineering and/or Shakedown and/or Media and/or Promotion,
Start of Leg 1 (if suitable)
Leg 2 (or Leg 1)
Leg 3 (or Leg 2),
The total distance of the special stages is set at a distance between 220 km and 280 km. The maximum length of each special stage is 33 km. The minimum Special Stage distance between service parks is 30 km and the maximum is 80 km.