General Instructions

GOF-South Rallyes and Drives

The winding tree-covered two-lane backroads, beauty, and history of Lake County are made for open-top MG rallyes!  Don’t miss the group rallyes plus self-guided tours.

The winding tree-covered two-lane backroads, beauty, and history of Lake County are made for open-top MG rallyes!  Don’t miss the group rallyes plus self-guided tours.

Introduction

Road Rallyes and Drives are designed to be a fun and enjoyable activity to provide MG enthusiasts an opportunity to experience the thrill of driving their classic cars on interesting roads and to quaint destinations in the company of like-minded individuals. 

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They may be run as a self-guided tour or as a group drive or as a competitive event. Being run on public roads, Rallyes and Drives place classic MGs in front of many people, promoting the classic car hobby.

Standards: Rallye Instructions

  • After completing an instruction, continue on that roadway until the next instruction, through bends in the road and road name changes.

  • Mileages are estimates, giving an approximated location of a turn.

  • Instructions are designed to be clear but brief.  They are not intended to be “tricky.”

Terminology

  • CR  - County Road with designated number

  • Left  - Turn left at the point indicated in the instruction

  • Right - Turn right at the point indicated in the instructions

  • SR  - State Road with designated number

  • Stop - Octagonal red stop sign

  • T  - An intersection where the road ends at another road, a right or left turn must be taken to continue

  • (1.2 miles) – Mileage from previous instruction to the point where this instruction is executed

  • [←Montverde]  Road sign, content in brackets

Safety

Road Rallyes and Drives are run on public roads with normal traffic.  All rules of the road apply during the course of the event.  At no time are you expected to, nor should you feel compelled to, violate these rules.  If you are confronted with a risky situation you are expected to use good judgment.  Always err on the side of safety.  You are responsible for your own decisions and assume all responsibility operating a vehicle on public roads.

Bicycles

The roads in Lake County are popular for bicyclists.  Be aware.

 

Speed Limits – Many of the roads have low speed limits, some as low as 25 mph.  Watch your speed.