The 2014 Food Drive (Charity Rally)
Registration closed December 6, 2014 5:00 PM on December 6, 2014 5:00 PM EST Registration ends December 6, 2014 5:00 PM on December 6, 2014 5:00 PM EST Registration opens November 10, 2014 9:00 AM on November 10, 2014 9:00 AM EST Registration runs from November 10, 2014 9:00 AM to December 6, 2014 5:00 PM
This charity road rally will take you through scenic Bucks and Northampton Counties just in time to put you in the spirit of giving. Just as we did in 2012, your entry fee will be 5 donatable food items but this time they will be for the Bucks County Housing Group
The items that are always in need include:
FRUIT ~ TUNA ~ SPAGHETTI SAUCE ~ SUGAR ~ GRAVY ~ CHUNKY SOUPS ~RICE ~COFFEE ~ MICROWAVE MEALS ~ POWDERED MILK ~ CEREAL ~
Kid Friendly Foods:
SPAGHETTIOS ~ FRUIT CUPS ~ APPLESAUCE ~ PEANUT BUTTER ~ RAVIOLIS ~GRAPE JELLY ~FRUIT ROLL -UPS ~ BABY FOOD
Exceeding the 5 item registration minimum will benefit your score!
This will be a GTA style rally and time will be a factor in this year's event. This rally is a bit shorter than most of our events but it will be run in the dark. Please make sure you've got road flares and safetly triangles in your car (all of you should anyway) just in case!
Registration will open at 4:45 PM and the first car will be off at approx. 5:45 PM. We'll be wrapping things up in the Quakertown area for dinner and awards at one of our favorite haunts, the Spinnertown Hotel. The first cars should get to the end point around 8PM, give or take a half hours. We will offer novice and experienced classes as usual. If you've done more than 2 Philly SCCA region rallies in the last 3 years you should consider the experienced class.
Please note that this rally will contain some unpaved surfaces (1 road for about 1/4 of a mile and it's smooth dirt/gravel). The entire route was pre-run using a Scion FR-S at a good speed in the dark and there were no issues with ground clearance or road damage. You may want to leave your Pagani Zonda at home for this event but those of you in lowered vehicles should be fine.