A rally track is a dirt course with bumps and sometimes obstacles to Dodge around. You are usually in a 'rally car' which is a modified car.
About 2 km
It depends on what size the stadium, arena or track is.
No, unless you are 16 years or older I think.
No, there isn't. Well there is but it is defunct it was never a stock car track,it was a rally course now it's just a road.
One of the easiest places to find videos on rally car racing is YouTube where there are thousands of different videos available to view. Other possibilities are the Road and Track website and one will also be able to buy videos from Amazon.
One can have an experience of rally driving in the UK at Extreme Rally. Extreme Rally is the best company in the UK for rally driving. The price of the service is cheap also.
depends on track and gearing, 0-100km/h is around 3 seconds and top speed usually is around 220-240km/h
The plural of rally is rallies.
Scottish Rally happened in 1932.
richard burns rally
Rally of the Republicans was created in 1994.
Rally for the Republic was created in 1976.