Jun 19, 2016 - 12:34 AM
in reply to Mgsaz
In the past, there were famous sports car races that were true "road " races...The Mille Miglia in Italy, including mountainous roads, is still run.
For those races, the drivers and their navigators drive the routes ahead of time, often more than once, and prepare notebooks for all the turns, and straightaways, so that they know how fast they can drive, what gear they should use, etc..
That is a bit different from :
<<"But will definitely try to drive through once before race day.">>
And, of course you are not racing in the way that those drivers are and were. Their intense preparation is critical for their survival, let alone their success. Partly as a result of their preparations, very few drivers or navigators get killed.
Not clear from you comments if your husband is "ein Schweizer stolz und treu...">> but, if he is, he might also have the Swiss characteristic of doing things as well as possible, and thoroughly.
Perhaps you might think about how to plan and definitely do (not merely "try" to do ) it well and carefully.
Will you have a navigator with you in your car?
I've said enough; probably too much. Good luck.
Last modified on Jun 19, 2016 - 12:45 AM by Slowpoke