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Part of the HRA Touring Championship the Drive for Life has become a stalwart of the HRA Calendar.
Whether you are an experienced driver/navigator crew or a family wanting a fun day out, Drive for Life offers a day of scenic touring, challenge solving and comraderie. We start at the meeting/start location 8am and conclude at our final destination for a BBQ lunch.
Division 1 - Social Drive: No prior experience required! this is one for the whole family. An easy to follow set of instructions with some clues to find and solve will get you the final destination. Family car, sense of fun and current drivers licence is all that is required.
Division 2 - Championship course: This division requires a minimum crew of 2 - a driver and navigator. A tulip route course instruction needs to be followed with accuracy to succeed in this one. You will also arrive at the final destination but not on the same route as the social drive. If you are playing for Club championship points, this section is a CAMS sanctioned touring assembly. Club membership and CAMS 2NS licence are requiremements for points allocation. You can of course still bring the whole family as this is not a speed event.
All funds raised beyond event costs go directly to funding suicide prevention education with a focus
- Post Event Report -
Our usual set up crew/course checkers were not available on the Sunday morning so Ian and I had much fun putting
All the info boards out from 8pm Saturday night to 3am on Sunday morning – home for a quick nap then back to set
Up for check in from 6:30 at Westerfolds. I think we now understand the true value of our volunteers. However, it did
Give us a good final run through of the champ course which we enjoyed together.
This year’s event featured some interesting cars including one of only five remaining SAAB Enduro turbos.
For the first time in its 5 years, we experienced rain during the second half of the event, but most roads were
Well up to it and nobody got too dirty.
It was great to see Bob Watson out for a run in the champ section, together with many of our club stalwarts
Who battled it out for the top 5 positions. Navigation was a little trickier this year than in the past and not
One car cleaned the event! ( a little high 5 there from me since it’s taken me 5 years to get the upper hand!)
Funds of $6,500 were raised to assist suicide prevention work in the region over the remainder of this year.
To all who participated, we thank you for your support and encouragement. You have made a difference.
Drive for Life
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