The rally will start at Continental Tire North America’s, headquarters June 30 and run through the surrounding Piedmont area.
CTNA will host an opening breakfast event from 7:30 a.m. to noon that day, as well as offer free tire pressure checks, and a tech talk given by Joerg Burfien, director of research and development. The CTNA “Safely There” rig will also be on hand, where participants can enjoy a variety of interactive and virtual reality activities pertaining to driving safety, the company said.
Participants will be given turn-by-turn directions and a list of questions/clues pertaining to the route. The clues will be in the form of a pun and/or witticism. During the rally, participants will be able to choose from two routes. One route will have more questions/clues worth fewer points each; the other route will have fewer questions worth more, but will be tougher to solve. The team with the most points wins. (Tire Review/Akron)