During the Tide Games I participated in two things: the precision driving and the old fashioned relay race. I had never tried precision driving before and it looked extremely difficult to me. Once I got started though, I realised it was extremely difficult in some places and other places were okay.
I had to position the front of the bus over a circle and every centimeter off the center cost me points. (fail)
I had to pull a weight off of a barrel and then have it land in a bucket. (fail)
I had to pull two barrels apart to a certain distance enough for the bus to pass through. (I was okay-ish)
I had to touch a green bar while leaving the red one untouched (nailed it)
I had to drive past a cyclist with a distance of 1.20m! Obviously they have never been in Amsterdam! (9cm off, way to go!)
I had to back up the bus until the lights came on. (too far, the sirens went off)
I had to knock some green sticks down, while leaving the red ones standing. (four green, one red)
I had to park four meters away from an obstacle (way off)
I had to parallel park with a distance of 1.50m from the bus to the bar at the front. (nailed the parking, 84 cms off)
I had to park 1,50 meters away from an obstacle (only a few cms out)
I had to guestimate the height of a bar I had to pass under. (quite off)
I had to park the front wheels in a red square on the ground (short)
It was good fun to do and I managed okay-ish. I would have loved to know the score, but I forgot to ask!