Next Friday Nighter just two weeks away, on 6/9.
Next up on the NWRC calendar is our June Friday Nighter.
3 Lefts & A Right is presented by the Fraternal Order of the Zero.
Will use the Richta GPS Checkpoint system again! Get the Introductory Quick Guide to the Competitor app.
Leg format will be slightly different from Appetizer (the May Friday Nighter). Checkpoints will not be identified in the Numbered Route Instructions. The Competitor app will make a warbling tone or announce your score when you pass the checkpoint. Pull to the side of the road as soon as possible. Open the checkpoint slip by tapping that line on your device’s screen. The slip will tell you when to start the next leg and where it begins (the SNOCONE).
In the example above, you will need to execute NRI 84 between the checkpoint and the SNOCONE. Next NRI: 84 means If you were still looking for NRI 83 when you reached the checkpoint, skip ahead to NRI 84 to continue. Likewise, if you executed NRI 84 after CP8 but before reading the checkpoint slip, do not repeat it. There may be official mileage (OM) noted for an NRI or REFERENCE between the CHECKPOINT and SNOCONE for checking your odometer. If no good reference was found there, OM for a previous NRI might be provided. If the previous sentence seems confusing, you’re not wrong and it doesn’t apply to you. The Out Time adder can vary. It will be sufficient to travel the route segment at legal speed and provide 2-3 minutes to read the critique and prepare for the next leg.
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