Are you talking about visiting as a driver, worker, or spectator? I'll warn you that as a spectator there's really nothing to see! It's not like a big Rally America or NASA or WRC closed-course stage rally with spectators lining the course. It's a TSD (time-speed-distance) rally on steroids, where the course is on open roads and is not known in advance to any of the teams. Scoring is based on route-finding and timing accuracy, not on speed, though this rally is famous for its "brisk" (though 100% legal) speeds.Alex_76 wrote:Hey Guys! I'm from Russia! And I would like to visit this event. Can anybody tell me where and what time it will be? Thank you...
If you mean as a driver or worker, all the info is at the rally web page: http://www.winterchallengerally.com/.
If you just want to see the pre-rally driver's meeting and/or novice school, headquarters is the Day's Inn in Barre. Here's the schedule:
Last I heard, entries were up to 25, so that's good news. I'm sure there will be a few more entering during the week, and IIRC they're capping it at 30 cars.Time schedule:
11 am - Day’s Inn assembly room open – Barre
Practice map available for pre-running/Rallymaster available for questions
12-1pm Registration + Tech inspection Day’s Inn
Noon- Novice school – general info on maps + timing – basically a ‘refresher’ – no necessary info given out
1 PM Route instructions given out in numerical order Day’s Inn
1:30pm Driver’s meeting Day’s Inn
2pm Start Day’s Inn
6pm Rest break – P+H Truck stop
9pm Rest break – McD St. Johnsbury
1 am + Finish competitive portion at Days Inn
2 am Critique and Awards (we’ll have something) Days Inn