About this event
If you signed up for the Tick Tock Rally (May 1st), or if you just want to learn about Time-Speed-Distance (TSD) rallies and the Richta smart phone app that we will be using for timing of the rally, then we invite you to a short Rally School. Liz Witt, Rallymaster for the Tick Tock Rally, will be your instructor. When you register, we will send information on how to download the app and also directions for a very short course in Richardson where you can go see how it works.
Rally School Day is Sunday, April 25th. You will be able to maintain social distancing for the whole event. The “classroom” instruction will be conducted via Zoom session. Class begins at 1:00 pm and should run for about an hour and a half, including time for Q&A.
Following the instruction session, you’re free to run the approximately 1-mile test course over paved roads in Richardson, Texas; start and finish locations will be specified in the route instructions. You may complete this test run any day or time at your convenience, though we recommend doing so the same day of the School, after attending the Zoom orientation session, or at least several days in advance of the Rally. Any street-legal, four-wheel vehicle may enter. At least two people (a driver and a navigator) are required in each car. This is not a speed event.
Follow-up questions after the event should be directed to Liz Witt, who will compile them and post and/or distribute answers to all entrants. We plan to record the Zoom session and post it as well, and will share information on how to access it after the Rally School.
There is no charge for this event. You must preregister on MotorsportReg.com. Registration is per individual, not per team/car. To pre-register, page down and click on “Continue.” To keep track of who attended and any follow-ups, please register each individual attendee if possible.
Note: if you plan to register for the Tick Tock Rally, we strongly urge you to do so early and in time to also attend this Rally School and/or view the recorded session.
This is not a SCCA sanctioned and insured event.
There must be at least 2 people old enough to read in every rally car, for the optional test route. The driver must have a valid driver's license and proof of insurance. The car must be in good mechanical condition.