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    Navigational Rally Getting Started Links and Nav Rally Schedule



    Stephen - I drive Blue Subarus of the rally and track varietals.

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    Re: Navigational Rally Getting Started Links and 2008 ORRC Schedule

    Below is the schedule for the Ontario 2010 Navigational Rally Series (ORRC). The starting locations are guessed at based on previous events, but you should DEFINITELY verify before showing up.

    There's a rally beginner school starting on the three evenings of March 22, March 29, April 5. (Different topics each night including a Mini Rally on the 29th.)

    KWRC, and MLRC run mini-rally series starting in January.

    2010 Ontario Road Rally Cup dates:

    Jan 16 January Jaunt Rally - TAC in Waterdown
    Feb 20-21 Maple Leaf Winter Rally - MLRC in Bancroft
    Apr 17 Spring Run-off Rally - PMSC in Peterborough area
    May 01 Blossom Rally - KWRC in Milton
    Jun 05 Discover Ontario Rally - TAC in a wandering location
    Aug 14 Infinite Monkeys Rally - TAC in Newmarket
    Oct 23 Presidents Prize Rally- PMSC in Peterborough area
    Nov 06 Open Road Rally - MCO west of Ottawa
    Dec 04 First Frost Rally - SPDA in Halton Hills


    **** Also added a link to the RSO Nav Rally Organizer's instruction guide. Learn to think like an organizer! ****


    Stephen - I drive Blue Subarus of the rally and track varietals.

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    Re: Navigational Rally Getting Started Links and 2010 Rally Schedule

    Updated with 2010 calendar.


    Stephen - I drive Blue Subarus of the rally and track varietals.

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    Re: Navigational Rally Getting Started Links and 2010 Rally Schedule

    Ted and I developed this presentation for SPDA's rally school. It's bullet points, meant to be delivered by an experienced rallyist to expand on the bullet points, but there may be some thoughts here about working together in the car that you don't find elsewhere.

    If there's enough interest, we could try to deliver this by Skype. But, for example, it took us over four hours to present what you see here.

    There's more hand-outs that go with this presentation that I'll add later.

    SPDA Rally School Handout


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    Re: Navigational Rally Getting Started Links and 2010 Rally Schedule

    In fairness, that was the very first time we gave that presentation and, to be honest, I think that we may have digressed a bit too much with random anecdotes. I'm sure that that if we were to focus a bit more, the whole presentation could be covered inside the 3-3.5 hour range.

    In other words, when giving the presentation, we have to remember to

    - Stay on the road
    - Stay on course
    - Stay on time

    :-D
    TedD
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    2012 KWRC SNATR's:

    http://www.kwrc.on.ca/events/snatr/Snatr_Flyer.html/

    2012 ORRC events:

    JJ = January Jaunt Rally Jan 7/12 TAC
    RW = Rideau Winter Rally Jan 21 MCO
    ML = Maple Leaf Winter Rally Feb 18-19 MLRC
    SR = Spring Runoff Rally April 28 PMSC
    BL = Blossom Rally May 12 KWRC
    DO = Discover Ontario Car Rally June 16 TAC
    NWM= No Winter Maintenance Rally Sept 29 SPDA
    FNR= Fall Night Rally Nov 3 MCO
    PP = President's Prize Rally Nov 17 PMSC
    NL= Northern Lights Dec 1 KWRC


    Stephen - I drive Blue Subarus of the rally and track varietals.

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    This was true of Road Rally 101, and my only feedback to the presenters. Be clear on the key messages and reinforce them repeatedly. Beginners aren't ready for confusing detail quite yet.

    Communicators rule of thumb; tell them what you're going to tell them, tell them, and tell them what you told them. : D

    Quote Originally Posted by madgen View Post
    In fairness, that was the very first time we gave that presentation and, to be honest, I think that we may have digressed a bit too much with random anecdotes. I'm sure that that if we were to focus a bit more, the whole presentation could be covered inside the 3-3.5 hour range.

    In other words, when giving the presentation, we have to remember to

    - Stay on the road
    - Stay on course
    - Stay on time

    :-D
    Laszlo - white '11 STi sedan
    Buckle up. The all-new WRX STi is here.

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    Brooke Jacob's Rally Rule! This is a great tool that he shared with me and that I wish I had earlier! I do all my manual timing with a calculator, but heck, if you happen to be on one of the common CAS values, this is much faster!
    Attached Files Attached Files


    Stephen - I drive Blue Subarus of the rally and track varietals.

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