Two Ball Banger Rally Costs

Entrance Fee ...

Entrance fee is £250 per vehicle, based on a team of two. Additional team members will be charged £45 each. So an average team of four will cost £340 to enter.

Also, because we set the vehicle budget a little higher than others, why not drive back to the UK and get your money back on the car?

This includes:

  • The adventure of your life… participating in the Two Ball Rally
  • Daily destination parties
  • Two Ball Rally log book including suggested routes, tips and guidance for the rally…
  • Two Ball Rally stickers for your car
  • 24 hour support during the event
  • Help with disposing of your car after the rally (if you decide to scrap it)
  • Daily and evening cash prizes
  • Final night showdown including trophies and prizes for winners and various runners up…
  • And most important, unforgettable stories, photos to tell your mates!

And remember, unlike other banger rallies the Two Ball banger rally has a realistic banger budget of £567! And it is open to ALL cars. 


The Banger ...

£567 no more, it can however be less. No prize points will be awarded for spending less.


Insurance ...

Each vehicle will need to be fully insured as will the team drivers. We will ask to see proof of insurance at registration. If you are driving a banger, there are specialist insurance companies who will provide this such as Herts Insurance Consultants.

As a guide, last year we paid £86 for 10 days cover, two male drivers in a 1.8 petrol. It’s not as expensive as you may think, but you need it. 


Accommodation ...

This is really up to you, you can camp, you can sleep in the back of your car, you can youth hostel, you can sofa surf or you can treat yourself to a range of accommodation available in and around our destinations. As a guide expect to pay £30 to £50 for two sharing at a 3* hotel. 


Ferry Crossing ...

Depends if you decide to drive back to the UK? If not it’s one of the only times you may purchase a one way ticket! Expect to pay £50 -£80 on a Dover-Calais crossing. 


Toll Roads ...

This will depend on your chosen route, there will be times when we cannot avoid tolls in order to reach our final destination. Remember, the more in your team, the more costs are shared. Please note, the majority of roads used on the Beach route are toll roads which you pay for as you use them.


Fuel ...

It is slightly cheaper across the channel but do not expect to be paying £1.25 per litre, you can estimate costs with our route millage. (we will aim to stop in Luxemburg on the Original route, where fuel is about 25% cheaper!)


Breakdown Cover ...

We highly recommend this, it will dependant on the make, model and age of your vehicle.


Vignettes ...

Needed on the Original route to drive on motorways in Austria and Switzerland.


Flights ...

If you decide to scrap your car in France/Spain, this will be the quickest way back to the UK. Easyjet fly from Nice, France to Gatwick, Stanstead, Liverpool, Newcastle & Edinburgh. Many flights also available from Barcelona back to the UK.