Recruiting Precheckers and Checkpoint Workers

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* Ask [mailto:trc-talk@TheRallyeClub.org trc-talk mailing list]
* Ask [mailto:trc-talk@TheRallyeClub.org trc-talk mailing list]
* Beg [mailto:trc-business@therallyeclub.org trc-business mailing list]
* Beg [mailto:trc-business@therallyeclub.org trc-business mailing list]
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* Bill Jonesi currently in San Diego is generally availible most months to precheck on a map.   [mailto:jonesi@therallyeclub.org]
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* Bill Jonesi has moved back to the San Jose area is generally available most months to precheck. [mailto:jonesi@therallyeclub.org]
Beware of having people that aren't experienced with rallyes doing non-trivial scoring.
Beware of having people that aren't experienced with rallyes doing non-trivial scoring.

Revision as of 00:51, 19 January 2011

[This is a stand-in, waiting for someone that knows more to do better.]

Ideally, you'll have one novice car, one senior or expert car, and one expert or master expert car. (I say "car", but some precheckers may work only from a map and critique, without driving the route. Obviously, at least one prechecker car should drive the route, ideally on a Saturday evening.)

  • Ask your friends (duh)
  • Ask at preceding rallyes, clarifying that
   * You need not be an expert.  A novice is fine
   * If you have to miss a rallye, this is a way to "experience it" on your own schedule.

Beware of having people that aren't experienced with rallyes doing non-trivial scoring.

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