The next (second) part is the cones section.

A course of driving cones is laid out, using not more than ten gates made from cones or other approved components. The cones course is usually built where the paces and precision arena was, but may sometimes be built in another arena indoors or out. This may include one multiple obstacle. Each cone has a ball balanced on top.

Competitors walk the course and then drive it, in the same order and classes as before, trying not to dislodge any balls - each ball on the floor means 5 extra penalties.

The cones competition is scored as follows: five marks for a knockdown and one mark for each second over or below the target time which is set on a speed of 220 metres per minute.

See also

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driving the cones - single

driving the cones - a pair