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Thunderbird Rally February
19/20, 2005 34th
Thunderbird Rally -- February 19-20,
Merritt - Kelowna - Merritt
Round 1 of the 2005 BC TSD Rally
Hosted by the West Coast Rally Association
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Rally is a winter driving
adventure through snow and ice covered back
roads in the British Columbia interior.
Following the Thunderbird route is simple,
but staying out of the snow banks is not.
This event is suitable for ordinary road cars.
There are classes for Historic cars, Novice
teams and different levels of navigation equipment.
Enjoy friendly competition with teams from
BC, Alaska, Alberta, Washington, Oregon and
Coast Rally Association ~ Presents
Round of the 2005 BC Rally Championship
First Round of the 2005 Rallywest Navigational
Second Round of the 2005 NAVRRA Rally Series A
The 34th Thunderbird Rally -
The Thunderbird Rally is a
time-speed-distance (TSD) rally and a winter driving
adventure. For 2005 it is the first round of three
championship series: BC Rally Championship, Rallywest
Navigational Championship, and the North American
Vintage Rally & Race Association (NAVRRA) Rally
Series A & B.
This rally follows the current
BC Rally Regulations, which are posted at http://www.rallybc.com/html/regional_rules.htm
and are available from the BC Rally Director, Paul
Westwick ([email protected]) by calling (604) 682
3296. The rally runs on straightforward instructions.
In addition to the route instructions, maps will
be provided. The rally will be about 850km long,
entirely within the province of BC, and will start
with an odometer check section of about 15km. Roads
will be about 30% clear pavement, 70% snow-covered
pavement and gravel. Instructions are provided in
both kilometers and miles, but the official measurements
and calculations are based on the kilometer figures