Pacenotes
In rallying, pacenotes are a commonly used method of accurately describing a rallying route to be driven in extreme detail. As well as dictating the general route to be taken, in terms of turnings, ju...
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Group 1 (racing)
The Group 1 racing class referred to regulations for cars in touring car racing and rallying, as regulated by the FIA. The Group 1 class was replaced by Group N in the 1980s.For 1969, Appendix J of t...
Co-driver
Co-driver is the term given to the navigator of rally car in the sport of rallying, who sits in the front passenger seat. The co-driver's job is to navigate, by reading off a set of pacenotes to the d...
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Over Time Limit
In car rallying, Over Time Limit (universally abbreviated as OTL) is a situation where a crew has fallen so far behind their scheduled time that, in most rallies, they are excluded from further compet...
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Competition number
In many sports, a competition number is used to identify and differentiate the competitors taking part in the competitive endeavour. For example, runners in a race will wear a prominent competition nu...
Rally marshal
In motor racing, a rally marshal is a marshal who is experienced or trained in the area of rallying.They hold different duties than a track marshal, as they are isolated from other marshals with radio...
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Leg (rallying)
In rallying, a leg is usually each day of the event. For example, in 2005 each WRC event lasted over 3 legs - from Friday (1st Leg) over Saturday (2nd Leg) to Sunday (3rd Leg). A leg may also refer to...
Zero car
A Zero car (or opening car) is a car used in rallying to open the road for the competing cars.It has a couple of purposes:Originally only one zero car (number zero) was used. These days it is not unus...
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Due time
In rallying, a competitors' due time is simply the time that they are due at the next time control. If the crew arrive on or before their due time, they will incur no time penalty. In practice, becaus...
Group 2 (racing)
The Group 2 racing class referred to regulations for cars in touring car racing and rallying, as regulated by the FIA. Group 2 was replaced by Group A in 1982.For 1969, Appendix J of the FIA Internati...
Special stage (rallying)
A special stage (SS) is a section of closed road at a stage rally event. Racers attempt to complete the stage in the shortest time. A race on a special stage is coordinated such that each competing ra...
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Ford (crossing)
A ford is a shallow place with good footing where a river or stream may be crossed by wading or inside a vehicle. A ford is mostly a natural phenomenon, in contrast to a low water crossing, which is a...
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