The official copy of the scorecard must be turned in at the end of the rally and the event committee will calculate your scores for you, supplemented if necessary by the checkpoint logs. You are not required to calculate your own scores; however, if you do not transfer your times onto the extra copy, you will have to accept the calculation of your score. If you do not turn in your scorecard, you will be considered a “DNF” and will receive only one participation point for a Challenge Series event.
Unless specified otherwise in the Supplement, there is only one class on a rally and there is no restriction on the equipment that may be used, other than there shall be no two-way communication among competing vehicles.
Each car must have a driver and navigator, and no other passengers over the age of 12.
If you are delayed by an accident (not involving your car), train, or other unforeseen blockage of traffic, you may claim a delay allowance by written request, witnessed by another rally car, handed in at the next Control. Please request delay time in even minutes plus .50 minute (to keep you from getting on the same arrival time as another car). A delay claimed to cover a deficiency in rallying or for your own convenience will be denied and may result in disqualification.
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