To win The Odd Ball Run, it is pretty simple. Do the most challenges and raise the most money!
Each team will need to set up a Just Giving account linked to free@last and the Oddball event and let us know the web address. Then, the team which has raised the most money on their Just Giving account by 5pm on last day of the race, will score the most points for this part of the challenge.
Entries are limited to 20 vehicles. The first 20 teams which deposit £50 per team member into free@last’s bank account will secure their place.
Only when your just giving account reaches a minimum of £500 donated, your team is eligible to take part.
Up for a challenge?
The challenges and speed tests en route will have their own awards so still plenty of opportunity for a bit of healthy competition.
The ‘Challenges’ will run under the rules and regulations of the Motor Sports Association and detailed regulations, will be posted soon.
Here is a little bit of further information to help you for now:
Vehicles eligible for the Speed Tests:
A Series Production Car – of which at least 2,500 identical examples are, or have been manufactured, within a twelve consecutive month period and which are equipped with a minimum of four adult size seats, an integral non-detachable roof, a minimum of two doors, one on each side of the vehicle. Most road cars meet these requirements.
If you are unsure if your vehicle meets the above, then ask us for clarification.
If the vehicle you are using for the non-speed tests doesn’t meet the above requirements, then ask and borrow someone else’s.
The Clock Is Ticking, So Hurry Up
OK, so you’re up for the challenge, here’s the basics of what you need to do, step by step.