Scroll to top

RULES FOR THE CHOP TOP CHALLENGE ROAD RALLY

  1. Your vehicle must be one that was not offered from the factory with a convertible option. The vehicle must have no top and no windshield.
  2. Full face helmets must be worn by all participants during the road rally. There is an exemption for cruising in whatever destination city we end up in…
  3. Participants must obey all driving laws (speed limits, road signs, seat belts, proper insurance & registration).
  4. Participants must not damage or immobilize another teams vehicle outside the limits of the points list.  Good sportsmanship is expected by all chop toppers.
  5. With that being said…don’t expect your car to remain pristine…expect chaos, expect the unexpected, don’t take it personally…

NOT “RULES” BUT SOME FINE SUGGESTIONS:

  1. It is strongly recommended that you weld the doors shut and have a roll cage in the vehicle.  Safety first.
  2. Warm clothes.  The Chop Top is not fun if you are dealing with the effects of hypothermia.  Like, seriously warm clothes. (The first year, I thought I was gonna lounge the whole way down in sandals and shorts with a hoodie on and I ended up wearing every piece of clothing I owned.)
  3. Snow tires might be a good option (March, could be 60, could be -20). Plenty of teams had to stop driving due to a crazy snow storm.
  4. In-helmet walkie talkies with music capabilities is a must if you want to have any fun. Like seriously essential.