*The goal is to propell a beerbottle as far as possible away from the "Shooting range".
*This is done by inserting an empty beerbottle into the tailsection of the exhaust system.
*The engine may not be running during this procedure.
*When the bottle is by the competitor regarded to be in "Live" position,
the engine is started using any accelerator position the competitor may wish.
*Using other cars than Mini´s is ok, but those who do tend to get some rough
verbal treatment from the other competitors and spectators.
*You must line up your bottle launcher yourself, taking care not to cross the "Line of launch"
*The beerbottle is of "Mini Sweden Standard", and is provided by the organizers.
*You may add some kind of sealing agent such as sticky tape to the beerbottle
in order to get a better joint surface against your exhaust system.
*You are competing at your own risk, the organizers are not to be blamed for any casualities.
*A bottle launcher. This being a car, motorcycle or other vehicle using an internal combustion engine.
*This bottle launcher must be fitted with some sort of exhaust routing device, rear or side exit.
*The projectile itself, the beerbottle is provided by the organizers. It`s an ordinary John Bull
Bitter bottle as bought at the Swedish "Systembolaget".
*To make sure that no fluid is left in this bottle, the event organizers will consume the contents.
*The shooting ground may differ a little depending on the environment.
*It´s basic structure is of a rectangle, with "The line of launch"
being positioned on one of the shorter segments.
*The length of a "Shot" is measured from "The line of launch"
to where the bottle ends it´s journey.
That is, not only the distance in the air but also the
bouncing about on the ground is part of the "Shot".
*If the projectile ends it´s movement outside of the "Hazard lines",
this will be declared as "Foul"