Whether you spell it rally or rallye, a rally involves a vehicle, a driver, a navigator, a set of rules or instructions, and a series of check points between the starting and ending point of the rally. Gimmick rallyes usually involve a set of driving instructions along with questions to be answered along the way as you look for items related to the questions. A time-speed-distance rallye requires more sophistication and could include stop watches, calculators and clip boards. Whatever your level of involvement, a rally can be a fun way to spend a day.
If you have questions about this event, please contact our region rallyemasters Robert and Sharon Finlayson at firstname.lastname@example.org