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                                Rally Tennessee 2009
                                     Rally Guide
                                         May 23 - 24, 2009
1 Introduction
This document has no regulatory power and is to be used for information only.

Sections 1 through 21, where completed, and the appendices conform to FIA WRC Appendix 3 regulations for
Rally Guides.

1.1     Welcome
Thanks for coming out to the middle of Tennessee to race with us! The whole town of Linden and, indeed, all of
Perry County, is very excited to have you here.

The early interest in this event from all the competitors is fantastic. As exposure to tarmac rallying grows, we're
seeing a very warm response from rally drivers, co-drivers and riders. I'm sure that 2009 will be another super
fun year!

Good luck on the tarmac!



Anders Green
Clerk of the Course




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1 Introduction.....................................................................................................................1
   1.1 Welcome..........................................................................................................................................1
   1.2 Rally Tennessee History..................................................................................................................5
   1.3 2007 Rally Tennessee Summary.....................................................................................................5
   1.4 Past Rally Tennessee Winners.........................................................................................................5
   1.5 Resident Tennessee Competitors.....................................................................................................5
   1.6 Atlantic Rally Cup History..............................................................................................................5
2 Organizers Contact Details............................................................................................6
   2.1 Permanent Contact Details..............................................................................................................6
   2.2 Rally Headquarters Contact Details................................................................................................6
   2.3 Media Contact Details.....................................................................................................................6
   2.4 Rally Program – Prior to Rally Week..............................................................................................6
   2.5 Rally Program – Rally Week...........................................................................................................6
   2.6 Stewards Meetings..........................................................................................................................6
3 Entry Details....................................................................................................................6
   3.1 Titles for Which the Rally Counts...................................................................................................6
   3.2 Criteria for Acceptance of Entries...................................................................................................7
   3.3 Entry Dates......................................................................................................................................7
   3.4 List of Entry Fees............................................................................................................................7
   3.5 Entry Packages................................................................................................................................7
   3.6 Stage Notes......................................................................................................................................7
   3.7 Insurance Coverage Provided by Entry...........................................................................................7
   3.8 Draft Entry List................................................................................................................................7
      3.8.1 Rally Car Entries......................................................................................................................7
      3.8.2 RallyMoto™ Entries.................................................................................................................7
4 Service Park....................................................................................................................8
      4.1.1 Facilities...................................................................................................................................8
      4.1.2 Map...........................................................................................................................................8
5 Reconnaissance...............................................................................................................8
6 Shakedown.......................................................................................................................9
   6.1 Participation.....................................................................................................................................9
   6.2 Location...........................................................................................................................................9
   6.3 Times...............................................................................................................................................9
   6.4 Participants......................................................................................................................................9
   6.5 Cost..................................................................................................................................................9
   6.6 Spectating at the Shakedown...........................................................................................................9
   6.7 Directions to Shakedown.................................................................................................................9
7 Media.............................................................................................................................10
   7.1 Local Media Contact Details.........................................................................................................10
   7.2 Coverage on TV, Radio and Web Sites.........................................................................................10
   7.3 Media Center.................................................................................................................................10
   7.4 Photographic Development Services.............................................................................................10
   7.5 Press Room / Photographers Communications.............................................................................10
   7.6 Interview Zones.............................................................................................................................10
   7.7 2008 NASA Rally Sport ARC Points Table..................................................................................10
8 Two Way Radios...........................................................................................................10
9 Fuel.................................................................................................................................10
10 Hospitality...................................................................................................................10
11 Helicopters...................................................................................................................11
   11.1 Registration Procedure................................................................................................................11
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  11.2 Helicopter Companies.................................................................................................................11
12 Import of Vehicles & Spare Parts.............................................................................11
  12.1 Importing into America...............................................................................................................11
13 Hotel Accommodation................................................................................................11
14 List of Useful Facts and Services...............................................................................12
  14.1 Information on Tennessee...........................................................................................................12
  14.2 Driving in Tennessee...................................................................................................................12
  14.3 Transport of Fuel in Tennessee...................................................................................................13
  14.4 Area Information.........................................................................................................................13
  14.5 Weather Forecast Service............................................................................................................13
  14.6 Rental Vehicles............................................................................................................................13
  14.7 Airport.........................................................................................................................................13
  14.8 Taxi and Shuttle Services............................................................................................................13
  14.9 Supermarkets...............................................................................................................................13
  14.10 Hardware Stores........................................................................................................................13
  14.11 Pharmacy...................................................................................................................................13
  14.12 Towing and Salvage Services....................................................................................................14
  14.13 Local Telecom Assistance.........................................................................................................14
  14.14 Cellular Coverage......................................................................................................................14
  14.15 Cellular Phones and Rentals......................................................................................................14
  14.16 Embassies & High Commissions..............................................................................................14
  14.17 Banks.........................................................................................................................................14
  14.18 ATM Locations.........................................................................................................................14
  14.19 Foreign Currency Exchange......................................................................................................15
  14.20 Visa Requirements.....................................................................................................................15
  14.21 Departure Tax............................................................................................................................15
  14.22 Country Code Listing & Time Difference.................................................................................15
  14.23 Maps..........................................................................................................................................15
  14.24 Restaurants................................................................................................................................15
  14.25 Equipment Rental......................................................................................................................15
  14.26 Copy Service.............................................................................................................................16
  14.27 Electronics.................................................................................................................................16
  14.28 Public Internet Access...............................................................................................................16
  14.29 Computer Equipment – Hire & Technical Support...................................................................16
  14.30 Auto Parts Stores.......................................................................................................................16
  14.31 Auto Salvage Yards...................................................................................................................16
  14.32 Tire Mounting and Supply.........................................................................................................16
  14.33 Car Manufacturers.....................................................................................................................16
  14.34 Locksmiths................................................................................................................................16
  14.35 Vinyl..........................................................................................................................................17
  14.36 Fire Extinguisher Certification..................................................................................................17
  14.37 Coffee........................................................................................................................................17
  14.38 Alcohol......................................................................................................................................17
15 Scrutineering Sealing and Marking..........................................................................17
  15.1 Pre-Event Scrutineering...............................................................................................................17
    15.1.1 Date, Time, and Place...........................................................................................................17
    15.1.2 Directions to Scrutineering From Registration.....................................................................17
    15.1.3 Preparations to be Made to the Car Prior to Arrival.............................................................17
  15.2 Post-Event Scrutineering.............................................................................................................17
    15.2.1 Date, Time, and Place...........................................................................................................17
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     15.2.2 Procedure..............................................................................................................................17
16 Start Procedure...........................................................................................................18
  16.1 Date, Place, and Time..................................................................................................................18
  16.2 Procedure.....................................................................................................................................18
17 Finish Procedure.........................................................................................................18
  17.1 Date, Place, and Time..................................................................................................................18
  17.2 Procedure.....................................................................................................................................18
  17.3 Awards Ceremony.......................................................................................................................18
18 PR Activities................................................................................................................18
  18.1 Events..........................................................................................................................................18
  18.2 Advertising..................................................................................................................................18
19 Event Passes and Plates..............................................................................................19
  19.1 Event Passes................................................................................................................................19
  19.2 Event Plates.................................................................................................................................19
20 Medical & Safety Services..........................................................................................19
  20.1 Event Emergency Contact Phone Number..................................................................................19
  20.2 Local Municipal Safety Contact Phone Numbers.......................................................................19
     20.2.1 Hospitals...............................................................................................................................19
     20.2.2 Ambulance............................................................................................................................19
     20.2.3 Police....................................................................................................................................20
     20.2.4 County Sheriff......................................................................................................................20
     20.2.5 Firefighters...........................................................................................................................20
21 Administrative Checks...............................................................................................20
  21.1 Location.......................................................................................................................................20
  21.2 Service Vehicle Registration.......................................................................................................20
  21.3 Vehicle Registration & Licensing...............................................................................................21
22 Spectating....................................................................................................................21
  22.1 Spectator Tickets.........................................................................................................................21
  22.2 Spectator Areas Schedule............................................................................................................21
  22.3 Parc Expose and Service Areas Schedule...................................................................................21
  22.4 Spectator Area Travel Time Matrix............................................................................................21
  22.5 Spectator Area Overview Map....................................................................................................22
  22.6 Directions to the Spectator Areas................................................................................................22
     22.6.1 Tree Farm Hairpin at Perry County Landfill........................................................................22
     22.6.2 Hohenwold Delta at Poplin Hollow.....................................................................................22
     22.6.3 Hohenwold Tee at Old Linden Road....................................................................................22
  22.7 Directions to the Service Area.....................................................................................................22
  22.8 Spectator Area Maps...................................................................................................................23
23 Appendix 1 Itineraries................................................................................................23
  23.1 Road Closure & Official Car Schedule.......................................................................................23
  23.2 Itinerary compared to 2007.........................................................................................................23
  23.3 Twilight Schedule........................................................................................................................23
  23.4 Leg 1 Stage Schedule..................................................................................................................24
24 Appendix 2 Maps........................................................................................................25
  24.1 Town Of Linden Map..................................................................................................................25
  24.2 Overview of Leg 1.......................................................................................................................26
  24.3 Tree Farm....................................................................................................................................27
  24.4 Owl Hollow.................................................................................................................................27
  24.5 Short Creek (also shakedown).....................................................................................................28
  24.6 Howenwold..................................................................................................................................28
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25 Appendix 3 Road Books.............................................................................................28
  25.1 Directions from Registration to Start and Service.......................................................................29
  25.2 Directions from Service to All Stages.........................................................................................29
26 Appendix 4 Drawings and Layouts...........................................................................30
  26.1 Start Area.....................................................................................................................................30
  26.2 Finish Area..................................................................................................................................30

1.2         Rally Tennessee History
The original Rally Tennessee was a gravel event held in the eastern mountains of Tennessee on some of the
same roads that played host to previous Cherokee Trails events. In 2005, Rally Tennessee moved west to
Linden, Tennessee, and that move began the tarmac adventure. Rally Tennessee became the first full tarmac
event sanctioned in the United States. Then in 2007, the lightning rod of firsts struck again as the first tarmac
rally for motorcycles, under NASA Rally Sport's RallyMoto™ program, allowed what some described as Isle of
Mann style racing here in America.

1.3         2008 Rally Tennessee Summary
Twenty-six car teams and fourteen motorcycle teams converged on Linden, Tennessee for Rally Tennessee
2008.

Bill Conger took first place in the RallyMoto™ competition with his Production 2 Husqvarna SM 510R. Only
seconds behind him, Mark Ely finished first in Dukes on his Aprilia SXV 5.5. Doug Morrison took third
overall and first in Kings on his BMW R1200 HP2 while Gregory Crays finished first in Production 1 on his
BMW 1200 GS.

As expected it was tight competition for top placement in the winner's circle. Otis Dimiters and Dominick
Jozwiak took first place in their Production 1 Subaru Impreza. Bruce Davis and Jimmy Brandt took first in
Modified 1 with a Dodge Neon SRT-4. Dan Brosnan and Shane McCann finished first in Modified 2 in their
Nissan Sentra. Eduardo Bancalari and Matthew Tremmel finished first in Super Stock with a Subaru WRX.
Robert Maunz and Mark Sackett took first in Stock with their Ford Escort GT while Hampton Bridwell and
Josh Katinger finished first in their Rally Spec Ford Focus.

1.4         Past Rally Tennessee Winners
 2008        Otis Dimiters and Dominick Jozwiak, Bill Conger
 2007        Seamus Burke and Eddie Fries, Christopher Wyckoff
 2006        Seamus Burke and Christine Beavis
 2005        Celsus Donnelly and Noel Gallagher

1.5         Resident Tennessee Competitors
 2008        Driver Wm. Stuart Wood and navigator Bill Wood of Chattanooga, Gregory Crays of Arrington
 2007        Driver Wm. Stuart Wood of Chattanooga
 2006        Driver John Barnett
 2005        Driver John Barnett

1.6         Atlantic Rally Cup History
The championship began as Eastern States Rally Championship in 2004. That year, Rally Tennessee's tarmac
stages were not part of this first rally championship organized by NASA Rally Sport on the East Coast. Three
other events followed, with the series traveling to Eastern Tennessee and New York.


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In 2005, the championship kicked off the rally season in South Carolina. This second year of the championship
saw it expand to five events, including the tarmac stages of Rally Tennessee in Linden, Tennessee! The series
culminated with the well-received International Rally New York which took place in northern New York.

In 2006 the championship added Rally West Virginia. The roads in West Virginia proved to be
technical, popular and further increased the varied types terrain that competitors fight to conquer
each season. The now familiar events - Sandblast Rally, Rally Tennessee, Rally West Virginia, and Black River
Stages - comprised the championship. Rally West Virginia was additionally honored by
becoming a two-day event and host to the Max Attack! series.

In 2008, the twin championships of the Atlantic Rally Cup and Atlantic RallyMoto™ Cup
replaced the Eastern States Rally Championship. The 2009 season will include the four familiar
events and new events in New Hampshire and Florida.


2 Contact Details
2.1     Permanent Contact Details
 Rally Tennessee
 Amy Feistel
 217 Caniff Lane
 Cary, North Carolina 27519
 Voice: 919.434.3267
 Fax: 919.882.1883
 amy@nasarallysport.com

2.2     Rally Headquarters Contact Details
 The Commodore Hotel & Cafe                          Telephone: 931.589.3224
 114 East Main Street                                Email: info@commodorehotellinden.com
 Linden, Tennessee 37096

2.3     Media Contact Details
Media personnel should submit a press pass application form to Anders Green at least one week before the
rally. The application form is available online at www.rallytennessee.com/2009/press-pass.php

2.4     Rally Program – Prior to Rally Week
                     Saturday March 14, 2009
 6pm                 Reserved Entry begins
                     Saturday March 21, 2009
 6pm                 Early Entry begins
                     Saturday April 18, 2009
 6pm                 Regular Entry begins
                     Saturday May 16, 2009
 6pm                 Late Entry begins
                     Paperwork Completion Deadline

2.5     Rally Program – Rally Week
                     Thursday May 21, 2009
 6pm                 Entries close
 5 - 8pm             Volunteer Registration                                 Perry County Community Center
 5 - 8pm             Early Registration (Express Registrants Only)          Perry County Community Center
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 5 - 8pm             Early Reconnaissance Registration (Express Registrants Only)   Perry County Community Center
 5:30 - 8:30pm       Early Scrutineering (Express Registrants Only)                 Perry County Community Center
 6 - 9pm             Novice Competitor Orientation No.1                             Perry County Community Center
 7 - 8pm             Stage Captain & Recce Crew Meeting                             Perry County Community Center

                     Friday May 22, 2009
 7 - 11am            Recce - Forward direction                                      North and South Stages
 8am - 3pm           Reconnaisance Registration
 8am - 6pm           Competitor Registration                                        Perry County Community Center
 8am - 8pm           Volunteer Registration Open                                    Perry County Community Center
 9am - 6pm           Scrutineering                                                  Perry County Community Center
 12 - 4pm            Recce - Reverse direction                                      North and South Stages
 4:30 - 6:30pm       Shakedown                                                      Short Creek Stage
 6 - 9pm             Novice Competitor Orientation No. 2                            Perry County Community Center
 6:30 - 8pm          Parc Exposé (Shakedown Participants Only)                      Linden Town Square
 8 - 9pm             Volunteer Meeting                                              Perry County Community Center
 8 - 9pm             Check-in to overnight Parc Fermé                               Perry County Community Center
 9 - 10:30pm         First Stewards’ Meeting                                        HQ Hotel

                     Saturday May 23, 2009
 7:30am              Stage teams meet for deployment                                Perry County High School
 8am                 All vehicles free to leave Parc Fermé                          Perry County Community Center
 8am                 Leg One Start Order posted                                     Perry County Community Center
 8:30 - 9:30am       Parc Exposé                                                    Perry County High School
 8:30am              Competitor Meeting                                             Perry County High School
 9:31am              Start, first vehicle departs                                   Perry County High School
 1:30pm              Finish, first motorcycle arrives at final leg control          Perry County High School
 5:30pm              Finish, first car arrives at final leg control                 Perry County High School
 7:56pm              Sunset                                                         Linden, Tennessee
 8 - 9pm             Check-in to overnight Parc Fermé                               Perry County Community Center
 8pm                 Leg One results posted                                         HQ Hotel

                     Sunday May 24, 2009
 7:30am              Stage teams meet for deployment                                Perry County High School
 8am                 All vehicles free to leave Parc Fermé                          Perry County Community Center
 8am                 Leg Two Start Order posted                                     Perry County Community Center
 8:30 - 9:30am       Parc Exposé                                                    Perry County High School
 8:30am              Competitor Meeting                                             Perry County High School
 9:31am              Start, first vehicle departs                                   Perry County High School
 1:30pm              Finish, first motorcycle arrives at final leg control          Perry County High School
 5:30pm              Finish, first car arrives at final leg control                 Perry County High School
 5:30 - 7pm          Parc Exposé                                                    Linden Town Square
 7 - 10pm            Awards Party                                                   HQ Hotel
 7:56pm              Sunset                                                         Linden, Tennessee
 8pm                 Provisional Scores posted                                      HQ Hotel

2.6     Stewards' Meetings
The first Stewards' Meeting will be at the HQ Hotel on Friday May 22, 2009, 9 - 10pm.


3 Entry Details
3.1     Titles for Which the Rally Counts
Atlantic Rally Cup
Atlantic RallyMoto™ Cup
United States Rally Championship
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3.2     Criteria for Acceptance of Entries
The entry application will only be accepted through the official online entry form and accompanied by the total
entry fee. Your entry will only be secured with payment in full. The organizers reserve the right to cancel the
event if insufficient entries are received before the Early Entry Deadline.

3.3     Entry Dates
 Reserved Entry begins                Saturday March 14, 2009, 6pm
 Early Entry begins                   Saturday March 21, 2009, 6pm
 Regular Entry begins                 Saturday April 18, 2009, 6pm
 Paperwork Completion Deadline        Saturday May 16, 2009, 6pm
 Late Entry begins                    Saturday May 16, 2009, 6pm
 Entry closes                         Thursday May 21, 2009, 6pm

The above are the dates and times by which payment must be received. The postmark of any correspondence
will not be considered when determining whether an entry is received early. We remind competitors that instant
credit card payment is available through the web site and instant entry delivery is available online or via fax.

3.4     List of Entry Fees
                    Car          Mandatory Stage Notes      Car Total    Motorcycle
 Reserved Entry Fee $740         $155                       $895         $350
 Early Entry Fee    $740         $155                       $895         $350
 Regular Entry Fee  $840         $155                       $995         $400
 Late Entry Fee     $940         $155                       $1,095       $450
 Late Paperwork Fee $20                                                  $20

3.5     Entry Packages
The Reserved Entry is available to those who entered either last year's Rally Tennessee or the most recent series
event (European Rally School Rally). Reserve Entry eligibility may also be purchased for $200 which does not
count toward the Early Entry Fee.

The Early Entry fee will only be available to those competitors who have paid before the Regular Entry period
begins. The Regular Entry fee will only be available to those competitors who have paid before the Late Entry
period begins. Submitting your Entry Form early without payment will not suffice.

Initially, 30 entries will be reserved for cars and 40 entries will be reserved for motorcycles. When Regular
entry begins, these reserves vanish. A total of 50 minutes worth vehicles will be accepted, with each motorcycle
counting as 30 seconds.

3.6     Stage Notes
Stage Notes are mandatory for all car participants. The stage note system uses an automated computer program
to generate a description of the special stage road using sensors fitted to a vehicle driven through each stage.
The Stage Notes are intended for use without reconnaissance. They describe the route in more detail than the
Road Book. The use of the Stage Notes is a direct contract between the competitor and P-Sport, Inc., with the
organizer’s involvement being limited to authorizing the use and facilitating the preparation and distribution on
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3.7     Insurance Coverage Provided by Entry
3.7.1 Description of Liability Insurance Coverage
The Entry Fee includes the insurance premium to insure the competitor and other parties as necessary against all
third party bodily injury and property damage for the amount of $5,000,000 per occurrence.

3.7.2 Description of Accident Medical Coverage
All competitors, service crews and all event participants (staff, marshals, volunteers, etcetera) have secondary
medical coverage of $1,000,000.

3.7.3 Period of Insurance Coverage
All insurance coverage will come into effect at the opening of the Rally Office and will end at the close of the
Rally Office or at the moment of competitor retirement, exclusion or disqualification.

3.8     Draft Entry List
3.8.1   Rally Car Entries

3.8.2   RallyMoto™ Entries


4 Service Park
4.1.1 Facilities
Type of Surface: Pavement
GPS Coordinates: TBA
Designated areas: People who wish to continuously run generators or diesel engines should set up their service
area as far away from the high school as possible.
Water Supply: Water is available inside the building
Available food within walking distance of service: A wide variety of food provided by local groups will be
available within the service area. Fast food and a convenience store are across the street.
Bathrooms: Bathroom facilities are available inside the school. Enter main doors and turn left. Bathrooms are
on left.
Other Services: Electricity is not available.

4.1.2   Map




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5 Reconnaissance
5.1     Registration Schedule
All entrants taking part in the reconnaissance must register to obtain all necessary documents. Recce registration
will only be done during the times listed below:
    •   Thursday May 21, 5 - 8pm at the Perry County Community Center
    •   Friday May 22, 8am -3pm at the Perry County Community Center

5.2     Reconnaissance Vehicle Insurance
It is important to note that the vehicle used for reconnaissance must also present insurance papers just like rally
vehicles and service vehicles. Insurance papers will need to identify the validity and limits of coverage. Rental
vehicles must also present insurance papers showing appropriate coverage.

5.3     Reconnaissance Vehicle Identification
Competitors will be issued identification numbers to be affixed to the outside of the driver's side rear window.
Failure to display these numbers or displaying them incorrectly or incompletely will result in a 30 second
penalty.

5.4     Reconnaissance Schedule
The entire course opens simultaneously, but in one direction only. During the morning all stages run in the
forward direction and during the afternoon all stages run in the reverse direction. Teams who begin
reconnaissance on time will be able to make two passes over each stage.
    •  Forward direction 7 - 11am
    •  Reverse direction 12 - 4pm

5.5     Reconnaissance Speed Limit
On the special stages, the speed limit is 35 mph unless traffic signs indicate a lower limit. Competitors are
reminded that stages will be open to normal traffic during reconnaissance and that they must drive in a manner
that does not endanger or inconvenience other traffic. Speeds can be checked by either law enforcement or
event officials using any method.

5.6     Penalties
No reconnaissance outside the official scheduled time is allowed for this rally. Illegal reconnaissance will result
is exclusion from the rally. Failure to correctly display the reconnaissance vehicle identification will result in a
30 second penalty. Reckless driving or other unsportsmanlike conduct will be assessed a penalty per the
discretion of the Clerk of the Course. Failure to follow direction of traffic for reconnaissance per the published
schedule will result in disqualification from the event.
Penalties for speeding are as follows:
        1st Offense = $200
        2nd Offense = $400 and 2 minute penalty
        3rd Offense = Disqualification
All fines must be paid in cash to the Clerk of the Course, prior to the first vehicle starting the Event.

5.7     Maximum number of passes.
Only two passes will be allowed per stage. This will be regulated by means of a reconnaissance log. All
competitors must check in with the reconnaissance volunteer at the start of each stage.

5.8     Reconnaissance vehicle
No competition vehicles may be used for reconnaissance. No vehicle may have decals or numbers or racing
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graphics other then recce identification numbers provided at recce registration.

5.9     Direction of Reconnaissance Traffic
Reconnaissance may only be conducted in one direction depending on the reconnaissance schedule. Failure to
follow direction of traffic for reconnaissance per the published schedule will result in disqualification from the
event.


6 Shakedown
6.1     Participation
Competitors who have completed registration, scrutineering, and the Novice Competitor Orientation (if
required) may run the shakedown stage. Helmets, suits and all other safety gear are required.

6.2     Location
TBA

6.3     Times
Friday May 22, 2009 4:30 - 6:30pm

6.4     Participants
No service crew members or spectators may participate by riding in a vehicle at the shakedown stage. Please
note that the shakedown stage is used for publicity: rides in rally cars are sometimes arranged for event sponsors
and town officials. Some teams will be approached and asked to provide rides for the mayor, police chief, or a
sponsor. Please understand that this sort of activity is paramount for continued close relations with the
town and forest that allows us use of their roads. These riders may need to borrow helmets. The ride with a
sponsor should be at 60-70 percent of testing speeds, and viewed as a ride, not an opportunity to test.

6.5     Cost
Each run through the shakedown stage cost five dollars. When carrying a sponsor or official the run will be free
of charge.

6.6     Spectators at the Shakedown
One spectator area will be available at the Shakedown stage. All persons who go to this spectator area must sign
a waiver. Spectators will be allowed within the taped off area only. Any team members or crew traveling
outside the taped area will incur a one minute penalty.

6.7     Directions to Shakedown
TBA


7 Media
7.1     Local Media Contact Details
TBA

7.2     Coverage on TV, Radio and Web Sites
TBA



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7.3     Media Center
There is no formal media center. All registered media should check-in at Registration in the Perry County
Community Center.

7.4     Photographic Development Services
Photo finishing is available at Vise's Discount Pharmacy in Parsons, Tennessee.

Vise's Discount Pharmacy
179 Tennessee Avenue North
Parsons, Tennessee 38363
731.847.3784

7.5     Press Room / Photographers Communications
There is no formal press room.

7.6     Interview Zones
Authorized media are permitted to request interviews of the competitor within any service area. Media are
reminded that they must not approach a competitor vehicle while the vehicle is within a control. (The controls
are where the vehicles wait before entering the service areas or the special stages.)

7.7     2009 NASA Rally Sport Atlantic Rally Cup and Atlantic RallyMoto™ Points Table

8 Two Way Radios
Radio communication within the United States is governed by the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC). Users must either be a licensed amateur operator (Ham license) or use licensed business frequencies. In
both cases, equipment power and allowed frequencies are limited. Further information can be found at
www.fcc.gov which is the official government web site.


9 Fuel
There is no official fuel supplier for this event. High octane race fuel will not be available in Linden, Tennessee.
Please adhere to state and federal guidelines for the transport of fuel to and within Tennessee.

RallyMoto™ competitors will not be allowed to carry auxiliary fuel containers on their person.


10 Hospitality
The Rally Tennessee organizers are not currently planning any hospitality/VIP tours. If you would like to
provide these services for your sponsors or clients please contact Amy Feistel to arrange the details.


11 Helicopters
11.1    Registration Procedure
All helicopters used in connection with the rally must be registered with the rally organizers in addition to
complying with all FAA regulations. The registration form is available from the Organizer upon request.




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11.2    Helicopter Companies
Helicopter rentals are not available in Linden, Tennessee. The nearest rentals are available in Nashville,
Tennessee.

Colemill Enterprises, Inc.                                Helistar Aviation
2640 Air Park Drive                                       110 Tune Airport Drive
Nashville, Tennessee                                      Nashville, Tennessee
615.226.4256                                              615.350.1122

Secure Air Charter                                        Fly-N-Dollar Helicopter Services
547 Perimeter Road #13                                    547 Perimeter Road
Nashville, Tennessee                                      Nashville, Tennessee
615.369.8200                                              615.415.9545



12 Import of Vehicles & Spare Parts
12.1    Importing into America
The following is an excerpt from a U.S. government publication entitled “Importing A Car”:

       Nonresidents may import an automobile or motorcycle and its usual equipment free of duty for a
       temporary stay to take part in races or other specific purposes. However, prior written approval from the
       EPA is required and such approval is granted only to those racing vehicles that EPA deems not capable
       of safe or practical use on streets and highways. If the contests are for other than money purposes, the
       vehicle may be admitted for 90 days without formal entry or bond if the Customs officer is satisfied as
       to the importer’s identify and good faith. The vehicle becomes subject to forfeiture if it is not exported
       or if a bond is not given within 90 days of its importation. Prior written approval must be obtained from
       DOT. A vehicle may be temporarily imported for testing, demonstration, or racing purposes.

With rally cars being capable of “safe and practical use streets and highways” this complicates matters, and we
recommend that you research the matter carefully. Another encouraging part of the document states “These
vehicles may be operated on public roads or highways provided the operations are an integral part of the test.”
Also, Rally Tennessee, giving no prize money, does fulfill the “contest for other than money purposes” clause.
The Supplemental Regulations explicitly state that no prize money will be awarded.

The full document is available on the official government importation web site:
http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/travel/vacation/kbyg/prohibited_restricted.xml

For the forms to import a car, you must deal with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,
available here: http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/rules/import/Racing/

You may submit these forms yourself, or have a customs broker (in the U.S., in a port near where the car will
land) do it for you. You do not need to have a NHTSA “Registered Broker” process this paperwork, as those
businesses deal with cars that are imported for sale.


13 Hotel Accommodation
Linden
   •  The Commodore Hotel & Cafe 931.589.3224 ($70-$100) 114 East Main Street, Linden, TN 37096
      info@commodorehotellinden.com
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   •   Avaleen Springs Bed & Breakfast 931.589.2857 ($85-$180) 7619 Highway 412 East, Linden, TN 37096
       Mousetail Landing State Park 731.847.0841 3 Campground Road, Linden, TN 37096
   •   Linden Valley Baptist Conference & Camp Center 931.589.2622 1225 Baptist Camp Road, Linden, TN
       37096

Lobelville
Lobelville is 10 miles north of Linden, TN
   •   Cane Creek Bed & Breakfast 931.593.2812 1803 Highway 438 East, Lobelville, TN 37097

Pleasantville
Pleasantville is 10 miles west of Linden, TN
    •  Spring House Inn 866.252.9486 ($125) 6815 Highway 100 West, Pleasantville, TN 37033
    •  NaCoMe Camp & Conference Center 931.729.9723 3232 Sulphur Creek Road, Pleasantville, TN 37033

Parsons
Parsons is 18 miles west of Linden, TN
   •   Pine Tree Inn 731.847.4102 3946 Highway 412 East, Parsons, TN 38363

Hohenwald
Hohenwald is 19 miles southeast of Linden, TN
   • Goodenough Inn 931.796.2501 699 Centerville Highway, Hohenwald, TN 38462
     goodenoughinn@bellsouth.net
   • Embassy Inn 931.796.1500 ($60) 235 East Main Street, Hohenwald, TN 38462
   • Thousand Trails Natchez Trace Preserve 931.796.3211 1363 Napier Road, Hohenwald, TN 38462
   • Many Cedars Campground 931.796.4384 ($16) 233 Pollock Cemetery Road, Hohenwald, TN 38462
     info@manycedarscamp.com
   • Fall Hollow Campground 931.796.1480 1329 Columbia Highway, Hohenwald, TN 38462

Waverly
Waverly is 22 miles north of Linden, TN
  •   Buffalo River Camping & Canoeing 931.296.5964 650 Cuba Landing Road, Waverly, TN 37185

Hurricane Mills
Hurricane Mills is 30 miles north of Linden, TN
   •   Knights Inn 931.296.2432 ($40) 15470 Highway 13 South, Hurricane Mills, TN 37078
   •   Best Western ($70 - $100) 931.296.4251 15542 Highway 13 South, Hurrican Mills, TN 37078
   •   Days Inn 931.296.7647 ($50 - $60) 15415 Highway 13 South, Hurrican Mills, TN 37078
   •   Holiday Inn Express 931.296.2999 ($85 - $125) 15368 Highway 13 South, Hurricane Mills, TN 37078
   •   KOA Buffalo River 931.296.1306 473 Barren Hollow Road, Hurricane Mills, TN 37078

Waynesboro
Waynesboro is 30 miles south of Linden, TN
  •  Buffalo Canoeing & Campground 800.339.5596 702 Gaither Hinson Road, Waynesboro, TN 38485



14 List of Useful Facts and Services
14.1    Information on Tennessee
Population: 6 million (2007 US Census Bureau estimate)

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Language: English

Time Zone: Greenwich Mean Time minus six hours

Emergency Services: Dial 911 for Police, Ambulance and Fire

Water: Tap water is fresh and safe to drink

Climate
Average early May high temperature in Linden: 80° F
Average early May low temperature in Linden: 52° F
The wettest month of the year is May with an average rainfall of 6 inches.
Tornadoes in Tennessee can be severe and lead the nation in percentage of tornadoes with fatalities

Shopping
Most shops, grocery stores and restaurants operate five or six days a week. Very few eating establishments will
be open in Linden after 10pm.

Gasoline: Petrol is available seven days a week.

Sales Tax
A sales tax of 9.5% is added in Perry County, which is generally not included in the listed price. The listed fuel
prices include all taxes.

Postal Services
United States Post Office
128 West Main Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2829

Electricity
Electricity is 110 volts, 60 hertz. Hotels and motels will not have provisions for 220/230 volt equipment.

Tipping:
Tipping in Tennessee is not necessary, however if you have found the service (or food) exceptional it is
perfectly in order to tip 10-15% of the total bill.

Recreational Activities:
A variety of local activities including golf, horseback riding, canoing, and hiking are available. In addition, an
abundance of scenic and historic sites are in the area. The Perry County Chamber of Commerce (540.886.4490)
will gladly assist you with these other adventures.

14.2    Driving in Tennessee
   •   Driving from Hurricane Mills to Linden takes you through Lobelville. This 30 MPH zone is a notorious
       speed trap. Past competitors have been ticketed for 1 and 2 miles over the limit.
   •   If taking the shortcut from the Community Center to the High School, there is an All-Way Stop by the
       church that is often monitored by police. Please come to a full and complete stop at this intersection.

14.3    Transport of Fuel in Tennessee
TBA
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14.4    Area Information
The Perry County Chamber of Commerce can supply contact information for nearly any type of business in the
area.
Perry County Chamber of Commerce
113 Factory Street, Suite 1
PO Box 177
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2453
cofc@perrycountytennessee.com

14.5    Weather Forecast Service
Weather forecasts are available online at www.weather.com for zip code 37096.

14.6    Rental Vehicles
Jimmy’s Auto Sales                                        USS Automotive
215 Hill Street                                           101 West Main Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                   Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2505                                              931.589.6563

C&K Motors                                                East Side Motors
226 West Main Street                                      235 South Main Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                   Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.6500                                              931.593.2475

14.7    Airport
The closest commercial airport is in Nashville, Tennessee. The drive to Linden is about 88 miles and 1.5 hours.
Linden does have a local airport for small aircraft. The airport in Lexington, about 25 miles from Linden, is
large enough for jets but does not have any commercial airlines using it currently.

Nashville International Airport (BNA)                     Beech River Regional Airport (KPVE)
Nashville Airport Authority                               1600 Mount Ararat Road
One Terminal Drive, Suite 501                             Darden, Tennessee 38328
Nashville, Tennessee 37214                                731.845.5740
615.275.1675                                              brrap@netease.net

Perry County Airport (M15)
799 Airport Road
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2216

14.8    Taxi and Shuttle Services
The only public transportation in Perry County is the van service run by the Senior Centers of Perry County.
The vans run five days per week. Inside Linden city limits, the fare is $1.00 each way; outside the city limits,
the fare is $2.00 each way. Call 931.589.5111 for more information.




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14.9    Supermarkets
Food Giant                                               Cissie Lynns Country Store
123 West School Street                                   8000 Highway 13 South
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                  Hurrican Mills, Tennessee 37078
931.589.2613                                             931.296.2275

Heath’s Cee Bee
334 South Main Street
Lobelville, Tennessee 37907
931.593.2323

14.10 Hardware Stores
L&W Hardware & Lumber                                    Chet's Hardware & Lumber
1220 Squirrel Hollow Drive                               160 North Main Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                  Lobelville, Tennessee 37097
931.589.2155                                             931.593.3230

Ace Hardware
413 Tennessee Avenue North
Parsons, Tennessee 38363
731.847.4030

14.11 Pharmacy
Fred's Pharmacy                                          Duren's Healthmart Pharmacy
88 Lobelville Highway                                    119 South Mill Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                  Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2178                                             931.589.2890

Smith’s Pharmacy
119 South Mill Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2146

14.12 Towing and Salvage Services
Taylor's Wrecker Service                                 Big a Wrecker Service
913 Waynesboro Highway                                   200 Earl Jordan Lane
Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462                               Parsons, Tennessee 38363
931.796.5825                                             731.847.2769

Blankenship Auto Care                                    Barnett's Wrecker Service
Old Highway N                                            15899 Highway 13
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                  Hurricane Mills, Tennessee 37078
765.538.2949                                             931.296.9765


14.13 Local Telecom Assistance
If you would like the operator to look up a number for you, dial 411. This number is valid for all of Tennessee.


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14.14 Cellular Coverage
Verizon Wireless has significant coverage in the Linden area and in Perry County.
Sprint has coverage in Hurricane Mills and roaming service in Lobelville, Linden and Parsons.
Nextel has no coverage in the Linden area.

14.15 Cellular Phones and Rentals
No short term rentals are available in Linden, Tennessee.

14.16 Embassies & High Commissions
The countries chosen to be listed here are based on international competitors of years past.

Embassy, Ireland                                          Embassy, Republic of Poland
2234 Massachusetts Ave. N.W.                              2640 16th Street, NW
Washington DC 20008-2849                                  Washington DC 20009
202.462.3939                                              202.234.3800
embirlus@aol.com                                          polemb.info@earthlink.net
www.irelandemb.org                                        www.polandembassy.org

Ireland Consulate General                                 Consulate General of the Republic of Poland
Ireland House                                             233 Madison Avenue
345 Park Avenue, 17th Floor                               New York, NY 10016
New York, NY 10154-0037                                   212.561.8160, 646.237.2100
212 .319.2555                                             www.polishconsulateny.org/
congenny@aol.com

14.17 Banks
First Bank                                                Bank of Perry Count
120 West Main Street                                      318 South Mill Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                   Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2161                                              931.589.2153
ATM                                                       ATM

14.18 ATM Locations
In addition to the ATMs listed above, the Food Giant grocery also has an ATM.

14.19 Foreign Currency Exchange
The American currency system is based on dollar and cent denomination. Coins are 1c, 5c 10c, 25c, and 50c.
Notes are $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100.

As of March 1, 2009 the approximate exchange rate for $1(USD) was:
€0.79 (Euros)
£0.71 (GBP, United Kingdom Pounds)
$1.28 (CAD, Canadian Dollars)

Local banks in Linden will not exchange foreign currency on a same-day basis. They send off the currency to a
larger bank and you receive American dollars several days later.

14.20 Visa Requirements
Full details of all visa requirements for each country is available from the US State Department at this web site:
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14.21 Departure Tax
All international flights coming to the United States include the Departure Tax in the price of the ticket.

14.22 Country Code Listing & Time Difference
If calling the United States, the country code is +1.

Linden, Tennessee is in the Central Standard Time zone (CST). ime difference between Rally Headquarters and
various other locations:
Ireland: HQ is six hours behind.
Poland: HQ is seven hours behind.
Ottawa, Canada: HQ is one hour behind.
Mexico City, Mexico: there is no time difference.

14.23 Maps
The recommended map to use is the Tennessee Gazetteer by DeLorme, which is a large format book.

14.24 Restaurants
Linden
   • The Commodore Hotel & Cafe 931.589.3224 114 East Main Street, Linden, TN 37096
   • The Rusty Fish Hook 931.589.2626 217 East School Street, Linden, TN 37096
   • Village Pizza 931.589.5300 853 Squirrel Hollow Drive, Linden, TN 37096
   • Rio Grande 931.589.9695 130 Lobelville Highway, Linden, TN 37096
   • Brad's Dinner Bell Restaurant 931.589.3022 889 Squirrel Hollow Drive, Linden, TN 37096


Parsons
    • Monroe's Catfish Restaurant 731.847.2477 4363 Highway 412 East, Parsons, TN 38363
    • Rivershack Restaurant 731.847.6610 1002 Perryville Road, Parsons, TN 38363


Hohenwald
   • Buffalo River Coffee Company 931.796.3887 102 West Main Street, Hohenwald, TN 38462
   • Junk Yard Dog Steak House 931.796.0041 441 East Main Street, Hohenwald, TN 38462
   • Rio Grande 931.796.2709 35 North Maple Street, Hohenwald, TN 38462
   • San Antonio Grill 931.796.2180 196 Perkins Plaza, Hohenwald, TN 38462


Hurricane Mills
   • Log Cabin Restaurant 931.296.5311 15530 Highway 13 South, Hurricane Mills, TN 37078
   • TJ Cinnamons 931.296.1955 15559 Highway 13 South, Hurricane Mills, TN 37078


14.25 Equipment Rental
Precise Rebuilders Equipment Rentals
849 Broad Street South
Lexington, Tennessee 38351
731.968.0283

14.26 Copy Service
Buffalo River Review
115 South Mill Street
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931.589.2169
www.buffaloriverreview.com

14.27 Electronics
Radio Shack
413 Tennessee Avenue North
Parsons, Tennessee 38363
731.847.4033

14.28 Public Internet Access
The Perry County Library in Linden and Lobelville have fast-speed internet, and you can access it through their
networks. The Chamber of Commerce in Linden does have an open network - there is no need for a password
at this time.

14.29 Computer Equipment – Hire & Technical Support
Computer Rescue                                         Michael's Computer Repair
327 West Main Street                                    2531 Bohannon Landing
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                 Parsons, Tennessee 38363
931.589.6429                                            731.847.6432

14.30 Auto Parts Stores
Napa Auto Parts                                         Lobelville, Tennessee 37097
50 Lobelville Highway                                   931.593.2618
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.2183                                            Napa Auto Parts
                                                        279 East Main Street
Troy's Tire & Services Center                           Parsons, Tennessee 38363
53 Tenth Avenue                                         731.847.6383
Lobelville, Tennessee 37097
931.593.2145                                            Carquest Auto Parts
                                                        170 West Main Street
Lobelville Auto Parts                                   Parsons, Tennessee 38363
96 South Main Street                                    731.847.3291

14.31 Auto Salvage Yards
Taylor's Wrecker Services
913 Waynesboro Highway
Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462
931.796.5825

14.32 Tire Mounting and Supply
Sanders Tires
2871 Highway 412 East
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.9507

Boaz Tire & Auto Services
100 Tennessee Avenue South
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Parsons, Tennessee 38363
731.847.3888

Rochelle Tire
13040 Old Highway 13
Hurricane Mills, Tennessee 37078
931.296.9311
www.rochelletire.com

Troy's Tire & Services Center
53 Tenth Avenue
Lobelville, Tennessee 37097
931.593.2145

14.33 Car Manufacturers
There are no car manufacturers in Linden, Tennessee; however, there are some car dealerships in the
surrounding area.

Tennessee Valley Ford                                   Townsend Chevrolet-Buick-Pontiac, Inc.
50 East Main Street                                     125 West Main Street
Parsons, Tennessee 38363                                Parsons, Tennessee 38363
731.847.3333                                            731.847.9321
www.tennesseevalleyford.com                             www.townsendchevroletbuickpontiac.com

14.34 Locksmiths
Mike’s Locksmiths                                       Lindsay's Locksmith Services
20 Spring Hollow Lane                                   103 Post Road
Parsons, Tennessee 38363                                Waverly, Tennessee 37185
731.847.3390                                            931.296.1397

14.35 Vinyl
Bug-Eyed Signs & Graphics
6151 Highway 412 West
Linden, Tennessee 37096
731.847.0900

14.36 Fire Extinguisher Certification
Fire Extinguisher Sales & Services
PO Box 106
Waverly, Tennessee 37185
931.296.4415

14.37 Alcohol
Hudson's Wine & Liquor                                  H & M Spirits
205 East School Street                                  80 South Main Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                 Lobelville, Tennessee 37097
931.589.2411                                            931.593.3726



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15 Scrutineering Sealing and Marking
15.1    Pre-Event Scrutineering
The driver, co-driver and/or rider do not have to be present at Scrutineering. However, their helmets, driving
suits, and other safety gear must be examined at the same time the vehicle is examined.

15.1.1 Date, Time, and Place
Thursday May 21, 2009 5:30 - 8:30pm
Friday May 22, 2009 9am - 6pm

All Scrutineering will take place at the Perry County Community Center.

15.1.2 Directions to Scrutineering From Registration
Scrutineering and Registration are in the same building.

15.1.3 Preparations to be Made to the Vehicle Prior to Arrival
The following items should be prepared before the vehicle undergoes scrutineering:
    •  Tech sheet should be filled out with vehicle number, event name, event date, and team names;
    •  Appropriate vehicle numbers should be in place; and,
    •  Organizer provided vinyl package should be in place.

15.2    Post-Event Scrutineering
15.2.1 Date, Time, and Place
Sunday May 23, 2009 1:30pm for Motorcycles, 5:30pm for Cars
Upon completion of the event, vehicles requiring post-event scrutineering will be directed by the Chief
Scrutineer to remain at the High School service area.

15.2.2 Procedure
Vehicles will be checked as desired by the Chief Scrutineers.


16 Start Procedure
16.1    Date, Place, and Time
Perry County High School
1056 Squirrel Hollow Drive
Linden, Tennessee 37096

On Saturday May 23, 2009, the first vehicle will be scheduled to start Leg One of the rally at 9:31am.
On Sunday May 24, 2009, the first vehicle will be scheduled to start Leg Two of the rally at 9:31am.

16.2    Procedure
All competing vehicles and crews must report to the start are and Parc Exposé by 8:30am on both Saturday May
23 and Sunday may 24, 2009. Motorcycles will start the rally first in 30 second intervals if more than 29
motorcycles enter the rally. Cars will start the rally second in one minute intervals.


17 Finish Procedure
17.1    Date, Place, and Time
Perry County High School
1056 Squirrel Hollow Drive
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On Saturday May 23, 2009, the first motorcycle is scheduled to arrive at the final leg control at 1:30pm. The
first car is scheduled to arrive at 5:30pm.
On Sunday May 24, 2009, the first motorcycle is scheduled to arrive at the final leg control at 1:30pm. The first
car is scheduled to arrive at 5:30pm.

17.2    Procedure
Upon arrival, vehicles will clear the final control. They may declare their arrival minute if they desire. They
will then be directed either to impound or to service by the Chief Scrutineers. All vehicles will be directed to a
Parc Exposé in the Linden Town Square from 5:30pm to 7pm.

17.3    Awards Ceremony
The Awards ceremony will be held at the Commodore Hotel & Cafe (HQ Hotel).


18 PR Activities
18.1    Events
 Parc Exposé      Friday May 22, 2009 (Shakedown               Perry County Town Square          6:30 - 8pm
                  participants only)
 Parc Exposé      Saturday May 23, 2009                        Perry County High School          8:30 - 9:30am
 Start            Saturday May 23, 2009                        Perry County High School          9:31am
 Finish           Saturday May 23, 2009                        Perry County High School          5:30pm
 Parc Exposé      Sunday May 24, 2009                          Perry County High School          8:30 - 9:30am
 Start            Sunday May 24, 2009                          Perry County High School          9:31am
 Finish           Sunday May 24, 2009                          Perry County High School          5:30pm
 Parc Exposé      Sunday May 24, 2009                          Linden Town Square                5:30 - 7pm
 Awards Party     Sunday May 24, 2009                          Commodore Hotel & Cafe            7 - 10pm

18.2    Advertising
Entities wishing to advertise at any of the PR events must do so through the Rally Tennessee sponsorship
program. Contact Amy Feistel for more information.


19 Event Passes and Plates
19.1    Event Passes
All participants must wear waiver wristbands. These will be required for entering controls, entering spectator
areas, and working in the service areas.

 Wristband Color        Who wears them
                        Drivers, Co-drivers, Riders
 Red
                        Team crew members
 Blue                   Stage Teams, Marshals, Radio Operators (Hams), Officials
 Yellow                 Spectators

19.2    Event Plates
There will be no event plates (metal hood plates) issued for this event.



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20 Medical & Safety Services
20.1    Event Emergency Contact Phone Number
For emergencies, dial 911.

20.2    Local Municipal Safety Contact Phone Numbers
20.2.1 Hospitals
Perry Community Hospital                               Decatur County General Hospital
2718 Squirrel Hollow Drive                             969 Tennessee Avenue South
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                Parsons, Tennessee 38363
931.589.2121                                           731.847.3031

20.2.2 Ambulance
Ambulance Services, Inc. (providing medical coverage for the rally)
Squirrel Hollow Drive
Linden, Tennessee 37096

Dispatched by Dialing 911
931.589.2424

20.2.3 Police
Highway Patrol Office
Highway 13 North
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.5121

20.2.4 County Sheriff
Perry County Sheriff's Department
582 Bethel Road
Linden, Tennessee 37096
931.589.8803

20.2.5 Firefighters
Linden Fire Department                                 Cedar Creek Volunteer Fire Department
Linden, Tennessee 37096                                5430 Highway 128
931.589.2629                                           Linden, Tennessee 37096
                                                       931.589.3473
Pope Volunteer Fire Department
9637 Highway 412 West
Linden, Tennessee 37096
731.847.0901


21 Administrative Checks
21.1    Location
Perry County Community Center
113 Factory Street
Linden, Tennessee 37096


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21.2    Service Vehicle Registration
All service vehicles must be registered with the rally. They must carry at least the same amounts of liability
insurance coverage that is required of the rally cars.

For those teams renting service vehicles such as cube vans or box trucks, we recommend contacting those
companies well in advance so that you can get the appropriate insurance documentation. Alternatively, copies
of your personal policy showing liability coverage when driving other vehicles will also be accepted. You will
also need proof of state registration for the vehicle.

21.3    Vehicle Registration & Licensing
All rally vehicles must be registered either with a state agency, or, in the case of imported cars, the federal
government. All rally vehicles must be insured for public road travel. Providing these documents is part of
entering the rally and administrative checks.


22 Spectators
22.1    Spectator Tickets
Access to the spectator areas requires purchasing a ticket. Spectators must purchase a $5 all-day ticket.
Spectators may purchase their bands at the Perry County High School in Linden, Tennessee. Bands will also be
available for purchase at the spectator areas. A $5 ticket purchased at the Perry County High School includes
the Spectator Guide. Tickets are good for both days of racing. Competitors and crews may use their waiver
wristbands.

22.2    Spectator Areas Schedule

 Spectator Area Name            Stage Name Vehicles Scheduled
 Tree Farm Hairpin              Tree Farm
 Hohenwald Delta                Hohenwald
 Hohenwald Tee                  Hohenwald

22.3    Parc Expose and Service Areas Schedule
See 18.1. Service Schedule TBD.

22.4    Spectator Area Travel Time Matrix
This grid shows the estimated time and distance to travel between spectator areas.
                 Tree Farm Hairpin         Howenwold Delta          Howenwold Tee                Service
 Tree Farm                               20 miles, 34 minutes     23 miles, 39 minutes 10 miles, 21 minutes
                          -
 Hairpin
 Howenwold 20 miles, 34 minutes                                                           11 miles, 18 minutes
                                                   -
 Delta
 Howenwold 23 miles, 39 minutes           3 miles, 6 minutes                              15 miles, 23 minutes
                                                                            -
 Tee
 Service        10 miles, 21 minutes     11 miles, 18 minutes     15 miles, 23 minutes               -
Competitors or volunteers please note that your waiver wristband will also grant access to spectator areas.

22.5    Spectator Area Overview Map
Please note that this map is not to scale, and is only a schematic to let you know the location of one spectator
area relative to another.

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TBD

22.6    Directions to the Spectator Areas
All directions start from the Service Area at the Perry County High School.

22.6.1 Tree Farm Hairpin at Perry County Landfill
GPS:
    •  Turn left to exit the Service Area at Perry County High School, drive to the light at the intersection of
       Squirrel Hollow and South Mill Street.
    •  Continue straight for 1 mile to the four way blinking light at the intersection with Route 412.
    •  Continue straight on Route 13 for 5.5 miles.
    •  Turn left onto King Branch Road and drive 0.9 miles.
    •  Take a left at Y to stay on King Branch road and drive 3.2 miles.
    •  Left onto unmarked road at overhead power lines, drive 0.1 miles.
    •  Park on the right side of the road only.

22.6.2 Hohenwold Delta at Poplin Hollow
GPS: N35.34.595 W87.42.991
    •  Turn left to exit the Service Area at Perry County High School, drive to the light at the intersection of
       Squirrel Hollow and South Mill Street.
    •  Continue straight for 1 mile to the four way blinking light at the intersection with Route 412.
    •  Turn right onto Route 412 and drive 2.8 miles.
    •  Bear right at the Y at the gas station to stay on Route 412 and drive 5.9 miles.
    •  Turn right onto Poplin Hollow Road and drive 2.0 miles.
    •  Park on the right side of the road only.

22.6.3 Hohenwold Tee at Old Linden Road
GPS:
    •  Turn left to exit the Service Area at Perry County High School and drive to the light at the intersection
       of Squirrel Hollow and South Mill Street.
    •  Continue straight for 1 mile to the four way blinking light at the intersection with Route 412.
    •  Turn right onto Route 412 and drive 2.8 miles.
    •  Bear right at the Y at the gas station to stay on Route 412 and drive 9.0 miles.
    •  Turn right onto Old Linden Road and drive 2.0 miles.
    •  Park on the right side of the road only.

22.7    Directions to the Service Area
Perry County High School Service Area
GPS:
    •  A quarter mile south east of the intersection of Squirrel Hollow Road and South Mill Street is the
       entrance to the Perry County High School.
    •  The service area is open to spectators, but no spectator cars may enter the High School parking lot.
       Please park across the street and carefully cross over to the High School on foot.

22.8    Spectator Area Maps
TBD



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23 Appendix 1 Itineraries
23.1    Road Closure & Official Car Schedule
TBD

23.2    Itinerary compared to 2008
TBD

23.3    Twilight Schedule
According to the U.S. Naval Observatory the sun has the following schedule during the rally:
                                  Saturday May 22, 2009                   Sunday May 23, 2009
 Begin Civil Twilight             5:13am                                  5:12am
 Sunrise                          5:41am                                  5:41am
 Sunset                           7:55pm                                  7:56pm
 End Civil Twilight               8:24pm                                  8:25pm

23.4    Leg 1 Stage Schedule
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24 Appendix 2 Maps
24.1    Town Of Linden Map




24.2    Overview of Leg 1




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24.3    Tree Farm




24.4    Owl Hollow




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24.5    Short Creek (also Shakedown)




24.6    Howenwold




25 Appendix 3 Road Books
Some directions are located elsewhere:

 Directions To    Section of Rally Guide
 Scrutineering    15.1.2
 Shakedown        6.7



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25.1    Directions from Registration to Start and Service
Approximately 1 mile, 5 minutes.
   •  Drive up the hill to Main Street (Route 412).
   •  Turn right and drive 0.2 miles to the blinking light.
   •  Turn right onto South Mill Street and drive 0.6 miles.
   •  Turn right onto Squirrel Hollow Road (Route 13) and take the first right into the High School parking
      lot.

25.2    Directions from Service to All Stages
These directions are supplied for those who need to retrieve a vehicle from the stages. It is imagined that you
will have some sort of map to supplement these instructions.
 Tree Farm Start        •   Turn left to exit out of service and drive 200 feet to the traffic light
                        •   Turn right onto S Mill and drive 0.6 miles
                        •   Turn left at light onto W Main Street and drive 1.3 miles
                        •   Turn right onto Linden Pineview Rd and drive 0.3 miles
                        •   Turn right onto Tree Farm Rd, drive about 1.5 miles till you reach the control
 Tree Farm Finish       •   Turn left to exit out of service and drive 200 feet to the traffic light
                        •   Turn right onto S Mill and drive 0.6 miles
                        •   Turn left at light onto W Main Street and drive 1.3 miles
                        •   Turn right onto Linden Pineview Rd and drive 4.9 miles
                        •   Turn left onto Strickland Rd and drive about two miles
 Owl Hollow Start       •   Turn left to exit out of service and drive 200 feet to the traffic light
                        •   Turn right onto S Mill and drive 0.6 miles
                        •   Turn left at light onto W Main Street and drive 1.3 miles
                        •   Turn right onto Linden Pineview Rd and drive 9.3 miles
                        •   Turn left at T onto Tom’s Creek Rd and drive 0.7 miles
                        •   Turn left onto Deer Creek road and drive 0.4 miles
                        •   Bear left to continue and drive another mile
 Owl Hollow Finish • Turn left to exit out of service and drive 200 feet to the traffic light
                        •   Turn right onto S Mill and drive 0.6 miles
                        •   Turn left at light onto W Main Street and drive 1.3 miles
                        •   Turn right onto Linden Pineview Rd and drive 9.3 miles
                        •   Turn left at T onto Tom’s Creek Rd and drive 1.7 miles
                        •   Turn left onto Bunker Hill road and drive about 1.5 miles
 Short Creek Start      •   Turn left to exit out of service and drive 200 feet to the traffic light
                        •   Continue straight 1 mile to the all-way stop
                        •   Turn right onto 412, over the bridge, driving 0.8 miles
                        •   Turn right onto Short Creek Road and drive 0.5 miles
                        •   Take a very sharp right turn downhill and drive about 1 mile
 Short Creek Finish     •   Turn left to exit out of service and drive 200 feet to the traffic light
                        •   Turn right onto Old 13 and drive 0.5 miles
                        •   Turn left onto Old 20 and drive 2.2 miles
                        •   Turn left onto the finish of Short Creek
 Howenwold Start        •   Turn left to exit out of service and drive 200 feet to the traffic light
                        •   Turn right onto Old 13 and drive 0.5 miles
                        •   Turn left onto Old 20 and drive about 5 miles till you come to the control
 Howenwold Finish • Turn right out of service onto Route 13 and drive 4.7 miles
                        •   Turn left onto CR 921 and drive 0.7 miles
                        •   Turn right onto CR 1788 and drive 2.8 miles

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                      •   Turn left onto Rock House Road and drive 3.7 miles
                      •   Bear left at Y onto Cotton Branch Rd and drive 3.2 miles to arrive at the control


26 Appendix 4 Drawings and Layouts
26.1    Start Area
TBD

26.2    Finish Area
TBD




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