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Speed Rally — Rules for Racing

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Welcome to SPEED RALLY, the sport of fantastic auto racing, where almost anything goes! Race any car, anywhere! Outlandish vehicles outfitted with buzz saws and booster jacks careen around ramp-happy tracks and roar across dangerous terrain in cross-country rallies!

Speed Rally is a fast and easy set of miniature rules designed to be used with any 1/64 scale diecast car. Built by Origins-nominated designer JP Trostle, it lets you recreate your favorite characters from movies, TV, or real life. Speed Rally gives you the tools to generate vehicles and drivers, arm them with weapons and devices, and race them anywhere — from terrain-filled tabletops to family room floors or even the beach.

Speed Rally includes:
• Complete rules for running races — from real-life stock car circuits to cartoon wacky races
• Car & Driver sheets, turn key and spinout templates, and off-road measuring strips
• A step-by-step guide to build the Spinnaker — an alternative to gear dice
• Over 50 weapons and devices to upgrade and arm 12 vehicle classes — everything from go carts to monster trucks
• Suggestions on how to include heroes, villains, superheroes, secret agents and sentient cars into play.

Purchasers of Speed Rally also have access to Interactive PDF player sheets and links to free print-and-play tracks.

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Erik S March 25, 2015 8:54 pm UTC
Can a car switch lanes when driving through a corner/turn? (usning the track pieces with grids on them)
Also, when taking a corner too fast: Do I only roll ONCE, or do I have to roll a second time if my last turn my car ended midway through the corner?
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Matt D March 25, 2015 9:40 pm UTC
>Can a car switch lanes when driving through a corner/turn?

Yes, as long as it isn't to a space that is lateral to the space the car is moving from. (A lateral space being one that shares either the same front or back line of a space next to it.) See page 6 for an example of a lane change you could not make.

> Also, when taking a corner too fast: Do I only roll ONCE, or do I have to roll a second time if my last turn my car ended midway through the corner?

You roll once each time you enter a turn and your gear setting is higher than the corner lane number. So, if your car is still in a corner and don't downshift at the start of the next game turn, you're still traveling too fast and will have to roll again. You'll also have to roll again if you change lanes and the new lane also has a number lower than your current gear setting.

Hope that helps!
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