(section: 1 / paragraph: 1 / line: 2)
It must go around the can, vehicles are not permitted to pass over the can.
(section: 3 / paragraph: c / line: 1)
Yes, rule 3.c. applies only to the wheels.
All wheels in any ready to run configuration must fit within a 25.0 cm x 60.0 cm space. Measurements are made from the outer most edges of the wheels. Other parts of the vehicle may be longer or wider.
Yes, if a team moves one object and calls a stop by saying "science", based upon rule 6.c., it is not a violation of the rules nor is it a Spirit of the Rules violation.
There are no restrictions on which brand kit you use for robo-cross as long as all the rule requirements are met, particularly section 2 Construction Requirements. We cannot rule ahead of time whether your implementation of a particular kit or brand meets the requirements.
The 2X bonus applies to ALL items of a given type if at least one item of that type is in each jug. Example, one ping pong ball in jug 1, one in jug 2 and two on the playfield in any zone. All four get the 2X bonus. Note, if a ball is in zone A or B two times zero is still zero of course.
No it doesn't have to stay in contact with the course, but if it flies it must do so in a safe manner.
The pennies will be loosely stacked and separate.
456, no time points, no robot points, no penalties. All objects (pennies, legos, ping pong balls, tennis ball) in their maximum scoring position.
Zone D. The score assigned to the Objects (6.b.i-iii) only depends on which zone the Object is in.
Yes, the outside width of the Bridge must be at least 5.0 cm for the entire span (Div. B - 35 cm and Div. C - 45 cm). "At any height along its span" means that the 5.0 cm width for the entire span can be at any height on the bridge as long as it is not below the top surface of the Test Supports.
Yes, as long as the width of the Bridge is at least 5.0 cm for the entire span it doesn't matter at what height the 5.0 cm minimum width is located.
Yes, the loading block may be placed at any height of the Bridge as long as it is in the center of the span and not below the top surface of the Test Supports prior to testing.
Yes, that is one way to meet the requirements of rule 3.e.
The Test Supports are at least 3.0 cm high, 3.0 cm wide and 15.0 cm long
No, the Test Supports are not attached to the Test Base. Students may move them anywhere within the Bearing Zones on the Test Base.