March 3, 2018 • 10am SHARP – 1:30pm • 6th grade – Senior Adults
If you are not familiar with what a road rally is, a Road Rally is a type of auto sport event in which vehicles leave a starting point individually, at a recorded time, and are directed by printed instructions to follow a route to the finish. The instructions are presented in a interesting and challenging manner. Competitors are directed to drive prudent speeds. A Road Rally is NOT a speed contest. Rather, it is a race that tests good driving, your ability to solve clues in time, and to complete certain activities with flair. It challenges the competitor to complete the route while staying on schedule. The goal of a Road Rally is to travel the correct route at the designated speeds, and arrive at “checkpoints” precisely on time. You are scored on how closely to the correct time you arrive. The Road Rally will not require you to drive in a reckless or illegal fashion. Arriving too early at a checkpoint hurts your score more than arriving late does. You are required to check in at the checkpoints and get your time recorded on a score card. The winners of the rally are the team that accumulates the least error from ideal time. They are great fun and a good team building activity.
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