- Barb Taggart
About Appalachian Sports Car Club Rally #5
The Rallye Committee would like to extend a special invitation to anyone who has not participated in a rallye before. No special equipment is needed. All you'd need is a pen, a friend (your navigator), and the family car. At the end of the rallye, there's usually plenty of good food and other car nuts to socialize with.
Gimmick rallies are a great way to get started. They can often involve as little effort as following driving directions and answering questions about the scenery as you go.
The goal of TSD rallies is to get from point A to point B in the correct amount of time, given specific directions and average speed information. It may sound tricky, but you can conceivably just watch your speedometer, follow the clues and come close to arriving at the right time. There are Rallye Tables available to help if you wish to do the calculations.
Both types are an enjoyable way to spend a weekend afternoon or evening with a friend and your car, cruising the roads of South-Central PA.
A nighttime gimmick rallye that starts and ends at CVM Subaru/VW/Dodge who will host the gathering afterwards. Starting time is not determined yet - will advise.
Call anyone on the Rallye Committee to find out more- It's our favorite subject!!
Open to anyone who has never rallied before. Also open to inexperienced teams and/or teams that have not experienced success in their prior efforts. Trophies will be provided to top finishing teams (1 trophy for every five cars) for each event. Year-end series trophies will be provided to the top three (3) finishers. Only (1) Driver and (1) Navigator are allowed per car. The Rallyemaster may sometimes grant exceptions to this rule.
Participants must run in this class if you have won more than six (6) individual events in Novice Class in the last two years. Participants must run in this class if you have won the Novice Class year-end.
Date and Time
Sat Oct 21, 2006 from 9:00 am – 8:59 pm (CDT)
Location and MapMechanicsburg, PA