This is not a regular rally! As is the tradition, there will be a trick involved. Bring whatever tools you think will help you out — extra paper, mirrors, tape, scissors, bowling pins, garden shears, etc. Even if you can’t come for the rally join us for the usual “alibi hour” where everyone is welcome and where participants try to explain why they woulda, coulda, shoulda done better.
The entry fee will be $20.00 per team. We recommend that you register close to the time registration opens. This will give you time to do the paperwork including certifying that your vehicle’s/driver’s insurance meets the appropriate state’s standards, that the driver has a valid license, that your rally vehicle is being used with the permission of the owner, is in safe operating condition, is on the road legally, and that all its operational items such as lights, turn signals, brakes, horn, tires, mirrors, seat belts, windshield wipers and windshield washer are in proper working order. It will also give you time to read the rally’s general rules and to talk to other rally participants. This last is especially important if you’ve never run a rally before.
Don’t Have a Driver or Navigator?
If you don’t have a partner to drive or navigate for you just come by yourself. At almost every rally there are folks who come alone then team up with someone else to run the event. If you are lucky you’ll have a chance to team up with someone who has some rally experience. Sometimes that increases your chances of winning a trophy. If you’re only slightly less lucky you’ll get to run with someone who has no rally experience and have twice the fun as you discover what rallying is all about. At the very worst (which almost never happens) there will be no one to partner with and you will get the chance to work some of the checkpoints and see how everyone is doing as the event progresses.