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route classification system for all its rallies defines the
level of difficulty to expect as C, B or A as follows:
Our C-Class route is designed for the newcomer to rallying,
the fun enthusiast, or the rallyist who has completed just
a few rallies. This route is characterised by one average
speed (15-20 kph), smooth roads, straight-forward navigation
with no tricks, a large number of treasures and observations,
many pickup points (landmarks) and fun events which would
be done during or at the end of the event. The objective is
to have fun while introducing newcomers to the Ball &
Arrow (Tulip) navigation system, helping them learn to keep
time and not get lost.
Our B-Class route is for the rallyist who has attained a
higher level of proficiency in the sport. This route will
typically consist of a small number of average speed changes,
unpaved roads may be introduced but will always be very easy
on vehicles (speeds set accordingly), more challenging navigation
including tricks, less treasures, observations and fun events.
The emphasis here is to continue the development of the competitors
by providing a more challenging event.
Our A-Class route is designed for the seasoned rallyist.
The level of difficulty on this route will be high, with many
changes of average speed, unpaved terrain as necessary (although
always easily passable), a wide range of navigation tricks
and styles which will challenge the competitors, little or
no treasures or observations and no fun events.
CARS rallies will consist of one or more routes, one of which
will always be a C-Class route for newcomers.
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