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Night TSD Rally this Sat 11/19 in Mount Kisco NY (Westchester)

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#1 TurboMike


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Posted 15 November 2005 - 12:44 PM

Westchester Sports Car Club is having its "Turkey Tour" rally this Sat night, their last for the season. Registration is from 5 to 6pm at the Applebees in Mount Kisco. First car out (leaves in registration number order) from the new Target parking lot in back of Applebees at 7pm. Cars leave in one minute increments. Figure its about 3 hours of backroads driving in the dark on roads you've never seen before. This is a Time/Speed/Distance rally on public roads for a driver and navigator. All you need is a pen and something to write on a lap (like a clipboard or a thin hardcover book), and some kind of nightlight to read the rally directions. You can drive tame and careful and go for points (I've seen familys in SUVs get decent scores) but everytime you make a wrong turn or get lost and need to backtrack a few instructions you need to haul rump roast to get back "on course" where you're supposed to be.

Here is a primer on what a TSD rally is:

Here is the event flier with more info:

I'm trying to get as many people I know together to register consecutive numbers and use CBs so we can talk car-to-car as we pass and crisscross paths on the road (cells and pulling over are a PITA).

Any questions, just ask.

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