Keweenaw Winter TSD Rally

Keweenaw Winter TSD Rally
March 7, 2009
Round 5 of the Arrowhead Sports Car Club Winter Rally Series
Presented by Lake Superior Region of SCCA

Registration:  11am – 12:30pm at the Ramada ~ Waterfront Restaurant in Hancock, Michigan.

Rally Route:  Approx. 200 miles that will take you around Houghton, Baraga, Keweenaw and Ontonagon counties.  All the roads are good county roads that should be snow covered.  Start and finish at the Ramada ~ Waterfront Restaurant in Hancock.  There will be a fuel stop break.  First car starts at 1pm and should finish around 8:00pm.

Entry fee:  Early registration (before Thursday March 5, 2009) $30 per team for SCCA members.  $35 per team for non members.  Register at event add $5.
To register early call Scott Carlborn 906-482-6992 or e-mail: scarlborn@up.net

Route Book Format:  The Route Book will be set up in easy to follow Performance Rally format.  You will be given mileage, tulip and instructions.  Any novice should have no problem finding their way.  TSD, a form of RoadRally, stands for Time, Speed and Distance.  In TSD any car will work as long as it is licensed and road worthy.  TSD’s are run on Public Roads at legal speeds, you are given instructions on where to go and average speeds you are to maintain.  The winner is the one who can not only get to the right place but also get there at the right time.  Accuracy, not speed is the key.  Come for a drive and share in an evening of Rally stories, they seem to get better each time they’re told.

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~ by lsprblog on January 25, 2009.

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