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PMSC’s SRO/PP Rally

Event Date

23 Oct 2021

9:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Event Location

Port Hope

Organizing Club

ORRC


The combined Spring Runoff & President’s Prize navigational rallies are rounds 3 & 4 of the Ontario Road Rally Cup, or ORRC. These events are organized by the Peterborough Motor Sports Club.

When:
Saturday October 23, 2021
Registration opens at 9:00AM
Car 1 out at 10:01AM
End of Leg A about 1:00PM
End of Leg B about 3:45PM

Where:
Service Centre in the northeast corner of Hwy #401 and Hwy #28
Port Hope, Ontario –  In the parking lot.
Map
43.97216, -78.28741

Cost
$50 total for both ORRC’s

Please register in advance.
President’s Prize leg will follow Spring Runoff leg with a break. First car start estimated 13:00.
Email l.cabardos@nexicom.net with any questions.

Here are the forms you need to fill out:
Entry form
Self Declaration
General Waiver (fillable) or
CARS-General-waiver-_EN (print & sign)

If you have people under the age of 16 in the car you’ll need:
Annual-Parental-Consent-Waiver
Minor-Waiver
The waivers are fillable PDF’s.  You might have to print the filled form as a PDF and attach it to an email, or print it and bring it along with you. It’s a bit clunky be we do need to have copies on file for everybody in the car.

For interac send  $50 to pete.gulliver@nexicom.net and use the password PMSC or something else if you prefer. If you can’t make the event we will give a full refund.

This navigational rally consists of two legs. Each leg will count as one ORRC  There will has novice & expert instructions.

For the purpose of ORRC series points only, legs A & B are scored as two individual rallies. The awards will be for the entire rally

 

The  distance is for  leg A is about 100km, Leg B 130km.  There is a 25 minute break between the two legs at the restaurant.

Navigational rally teams a driver and navigator to find their way through the route using sometimes cryptic instructions while staying on route and on time. Checkpoints at undisclosed locations along the route record your arrival time and penalties are accessed for early or late arrival. Average speeds needed to stay on time are usually at least 10% below the posted limit. It’s not a race, it’s route finding and timing.  We have two levels of instructions, beginner and novice. Beginner is perfect if you’ve never done this before.  Check out the brief overview of navigational rallying and here are some sample instructions.

We’ve still got some Covid regulations to follow so we’re keeping contact to a minimum. We’ll try to do all the paperwork online, you will write the times on your route card from what the checkpoint tells you.

For more information: l.cabardos@nexicom.net

Event Organizers

Event Essentials

  • $50 Entry Fee