In SCR, the Regularity Sections (RS) (Timed Sections) are spread throughout the day. They will be from 5-15 miles long; there will be 6-9 Regularity Sections. At Regularity starts (RSC), you will self-start at 1 minute intervals; you should start at your Due Time (which will be shown on your Time Card), unless you have taken a TA. You then proceed as normal; you will be penalized for every hundredth you arrive early or late at Hidden Controls; there may be multiple hidden controls throughout each Regularity.
From the end of a Regularity to the start of the next Regularity there are Transit Sections. In these Sections there are no prescribed speeds to maintain and there will be no set time for the Transit Section. Driving 10% below the speed limit should get you to the start of each Regularity 4-5 minutes before your Due Time – which is the time you should start each RS. Your Timecard will show the Due time for car zero and your ideal Due time to start the RS.
In the event, there are a couple of legs requiring extra thought from competitors – these do NOT require extensive rally knowledge – just common sense. FYI: The maximum penalty at the hardest control will be 50. Competitors may find themselves off time – but NOT off course. However for the most part the rally is a straightforward event.
The route of the whole rally will be approximately 130 miles; there is one break of 1 hour. The Route Instructions will be by tulips and/or written instructions, with the addition of one, 10 mile map section. Most all the controls will be by EZ Trak (yellow boxes). To avoid excessive contact, most paperwork will be done beforehand by email. The General Instructions will be sent out or posted on the web 10 July. The first half of the Route Instructions and the Timecard example will be posted or sent out around 25 July. Questions will be answered by email.