Pace Notes is something that is used in rally by the navigator of the car. They are utilized for the accurate explanation of the rally path correctly for smooth and safe driving to reach finish line. The navigator of the car dictates the route that need to be taken such as junctions, turning, potholes, etc. The Pace Notes are taken on the paper by the navigator for the use in rally event taking place in various locations. The note includes what speed the driver need to drive at corners, straight roads, braking, etc. It also includes the distance between the corners, jumps, degree, or severity of the turn, bend or jumping, the type of road or the condition of the road, or any special dictations for the driver. The navigators shout out very loud all the instruction that they make note of the route. The co-relation as well as understanding between the driver and navigator should be equal or synced. This will help them to complete the race with least possible time as well as without meeting any accident. When you see any rally racing, you might have seen many cars colliding with obstacle or rolling over on turn that is because of unmatched or lack of proper communication between navigator as well as driver. The pace notes created for the route of rally is tight shorthand, using these tight shorthand note only navigator able to read all the instruction to the driver shouting loud. There is no any standard for rules for the pace notes. Team can create their own tight shorthand pace notes that will be understandable by navigator. Even though the same thing will be in all different pace notes is use of the numbers that are used to express the distance between the different things. Some pace notes that are created for world rally might go to many numbers pages or even thick bound of pages. Some of the rally organizers offer their pace notes to the team participating in the event. However, they keep the rule for it as it can only used only for the rally they are participating. There are also some events organizer’s that allow teams to use their own notes that can either provided by others or collected by their own team. It is not always possible for the participant teams to access the route of the rally before its taking place.