NAVIGATIONAL RALLY

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What is Navigational Rallying?
Navigational rallying is sometimes referred to as TSD or time-speed-distance events, and are popular the world over. These are not speed events, but test the competitors' ability to follow a pre-defined route while maintaining a given average speed(s). CARS has developed several classes of these events to cater for the outright beginner all the way to the navvy-savvy.

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Championship Standings
Solodex 2010
Last event : Solodex 5

Class
Competitor Name
Points
OPEN
1
Daemian Mahabir
392.29
2
Ryan Pinheiro
292.68
3
John Powell
200.00

EPR
1
Kevon Ramjohn
200.00
2
Chris Ackee
197.96

EP
1
Mark Williams
400.00
2
Amir Hosein
392.10
3
Shaun Mohamed
380.01

SS
1
Vishnu Charran
393.28
2
Reyos Seebaran
391.49
3
Dave Ramlogan
379.88

ESP
1
Devi Nath
400.00
2
Christopher Ramnath
390.88
3
Vivek Maharaj
356.40

ES
1
Rudi Singh
396.41
2
Genevieve Singh
395.19
3
Pete Arindell
298.54

HS
1
Joey Ramdeo
392.21
2
Curtis Dindial
300.00
3
Adrian Persad
197.53

NE1
1
Hannah Morris
100.00
2
Kazim Daniel
99.26
3
Marcus McKay
95.43

NE2
1
Daniel Lee
100.00
2
Stefan Ronalds
96.85
3
Chester Andrews
95.45



 

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