Sporting Aspects

All riders competing at the 2022 Atacama Rally, sixth and seventh round of the FIM Bajas World Cup, Latinoamerican FIM-LA, SSV Cup of CODASUR-FIA the Atacama Rally International “Road To Dakar”, and Chilean Cross-Country Rally Championship, must hold a sporting license from their National Motorcycle Federation. (FMN /ADN)

Motorcycle Category

A competitor who competes in one or both rounds of the FIM Bajas World Cup must hold a valid international license from the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM), through their National Motorcycle Federation (FMN).

Competitors holding an annual international license do not need to obtain a new license to compete at the 2022 Atacama Rally.

A rider who decides to compete only in the Atacama Rally and not compete for the FIM Bajas World Cup, need only have a sports license issued by his or her National Motorcycle Federation (FMN). However, A rider who decides to compete for the Latin American FIM-LA, must have a license issued by FIM-LA.

Cars & SSV Category

All Chilean and international competitors must have a sports license issued by their National Federation (ADN).

Federative Authorization Letter for Competitors in all Categories

International competitors must be in possession of the letter of authorization from their respective National Federation in order to take part at the 2022 Atacama Rally, (in all categories) to be held in Chile between August 27 and September 1, 2022. (International riders who have a valid Annual License issued by the FIM are excepted from this).

All competitors will be required to provide this letter to the respective Commissioners on the day of the administrative checks, together with their sports license and driving license.

For safety’s sake, we recommend sending this letter to the sports secretary by e-mail to:

Chilean competitors do not need a letter of authorization, because local federations provide a list of their competitors in advance. However, they must present a sports license and driving license during the administrative checks.