I didn't get that from the description, unless the fee structure is different from what has been done previously.So if we bring two cars we pay twice as much? I will leave one home.
Apologies for the confusion, but JohnWR you got it right. The registration fee is per person, not per car. If folks bring two cars like my wife and me, she registers herself as driver of her car with no navigator. Separately I register myself as driver with no navigator of my car.I didn't get that from the description, unless the fee structure is different from what has been done previously.
One car with two people costs 2x whatever the registration fee is. Two cars with one person each costs 2x whatever the registration fee is.
Well now you're just giving me a headache! :grin:We had the same issue in Lexington, and it really isn't a big problem. We split the registrations just as you are describing.
The only impact of one person with two cars that we could foresee would be if they wanted to enter both of them in the same activity, like the car show, or if another registered participant was going to drive the second one in a run that was concurrent with a run that the first car was in. Absent either of those situations, any number of cars wouldn't affect anything.
We thought it might be kind of fun to give some previews. Over on Facebook the response has been almost entirely positive in the hundreds of responses. I just thought I'd try something a little different this year. Hopefully my silly idea has been fun for most.Maybe put off posting about the website until after it is available?