Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

If our Classification section confused you, write us at info@drivestonia.com and we will sort it out. 

Mainly two things: to lead the driver to the right special stage and on time. The co-driver will have to manage the time and the road book. Secondly to cool down your driver and spot different signs of dangerous corners and chicanes while on special stage. 

Most importantly do not worry: little practice will make you perfect. And always remember – it’s all about fun.

Since the cars will start with 1 minute intervals, the chance of that happening is quite low. If it does happen, both crews are trusted to do their best to let the faster crew pass safely. Common sense, logic and the rules of regular traffic apply. 

Always make sure that both of you are fine – physically and mentally. 

Put the hazards on regardless.

If not, there’s always a security guard that has an eye on you and will help. There is one security guard in every ca 300m. 

There’s also the phone number of medical crew in your roadbook and one ambulance in the start of every special stage.

If you need to stop the car while on stage make sure that you do so in the safest possible place, somewhere other drivers can see you from a distance. 

If you need to step out of the car make sure there isn’t anyone coming from behind – lowering a window and listening goes a long way. It’s always helpful if one of you goes a little bit down the road to inform other crews to slow down. NB! Do it as safely as possible and universal hand signals always work. 

The marshals will guide you once you have reached your destination. Teams that are late for over 15 minutes in one instance or are late on three separate occasions, are disqualified.