Can I use my FIA rally license?
Unfortunately no, you cannot use your FIA Rally License. All racers must have a NASA Rally License and a NASA membership. However, the good news is your international rally experience will almost certainly absolve you of the need to take the introductory schools for new competitors.
The FIA takes a dim view of events accepting FIA licenses, if those events are not listed on the FIA calendars and thus paying FIA sanction fees.
American international-level FIA licenses issued under the authority of ACCUS are not valid for this event according to Article 47 Section A of the FIA International Sporting Code. International licenses are valid for international level events and our events are not international events.
Foreign international-level FIA licenses, issued by the ASN of a country other than America, are not valid for our events according to Article 70 of the FIA International Sporting Code. International licenses used abroad are only valid when the participation in the foreign event is authorized by the home country’s ASN. The foreign ASN is only permitted to issue authorization when the event is listed on the FIA International Sporting Calendar, and our events are not an FIA listed events.
Foreign national-level FIA licenses, issued by the ASN of a country other than America, are not valid for this event according to Article 47 Section B of the FIA International Sporting Code. National-level FIA licenses only authorize competition at national-level events, within the country from which they are issued or within the entire European Union if they are issued by a European Union member country.