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Matti Brockman has been promoted to Intermediate level

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Congratulations @Matti Brockman for reaching the Intermediate level with Carnity Offroad club. 

As per your recent drives, you have shown tremendous progress and well deserve this new offroad rank. 

Looking forward to seeing you growing further and helping others to learn the art of offroading in a safe environment.

Keep up your great contribution on the forum and get socially involved in the newbie and fewbie drives to impart your knowledge.

Once you have all the gear required, you are most welcome to join the intermediate level drives with Carnity offroad club.

P.S. Trip lead might deny your participation if you don't have required off-road gear.

Intermediate:

Number of drives

10 (26 regular drives)

Level of drives

Willingness to learn + Enthusiasm + Basic dune & sand reading

Off-road gear

Flag, deflator, tire gauge, shovel, fire extinguisher, medical kit, radio, compressor, tool kit, tow rope

Drive teamwork

Help in recoveries under Marshal / Crew supervision

Drive posting/joining

Join newbie, fewbie & intermediate level of drives only

Forum participation

Active participation on forum. Share drive experience + feedback on forum and pictures in gallery + drive and route suggestions

Forum participation and helping with community spirit is recommended for faster upgrades at all levels.

Please make sure your Carnity user profile is always updated with all the Emergency contact details.

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Congrats @Matti Brockman and well deserved!

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"Go as far as you can see; once you get there, you'll be able to see further."

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Well done!

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@Matti Brockman well done. Great news for you. Delighted to see you promoted and well derserved. You handle that Jeep like a natural. 

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Well wowzers!!! 😃 I certainly didn’t see this one coming!! But thank you very very much anyway for this rank! Extremely grateful for it!

Happy too keep on learning. And still honestly think that at my level the fewbie and also newbie level drives are great for learning, and possibly at some point helping others learn as well. Personally I think it will develop the skills as a driver when you repeat the very basics many many times, building the routine, and therefore the confidence. When you no longer have to concentrate so much on ”surviving” the drive, you can relax a little bit more, and scan the route further, thinking that what is the best way to drive the upcoming challenges. Also think that what would the best suitable route be, and what are the challenges that you may face. 
 

See you on the next drives! 🙂

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5 minutes ago, Matti Brockman said:

Well wowzers!!! 😃 I certainly didn’t see this one coming!! But thank you very very much anyway for this rank! Extremely grateful for it!

Happy too keep on learning. And still honestly think that at my level the fewbie and also newbie level drives are great for learning, and possibly at some point helping others learn as well. Personally I think it will develop the skills as a driver when you repeat the very basics many many times, building the routine, and therefore the confidence. When you no longer have to concentrate so much on ”surviving” the drive, you can relax a little bit more, and scan the route further, thinking that what is the best way to drive the upcoming challenges. Also think that what would the best suitable route be, and what are the challenges that you may face. 
 

See you on the next drives! 🙂

Totally agree. EVERY drive will bring you stuff to learn, and I am grateful to still learn from others every weekend.

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41 minutes ago, Matti Brockman said:

Personally I think it will develop the skills as a driver when you repeat the very basics many many times, building the routine, and therefore the confidence.

Very well said.

42 minutes ago, Matti Brockman said:

When you no longer have to concentrate so much on ”surviving” the drive, you can relax a little bit more, and scan the route further, thinking that what is the best way to drive the upcoming challenges. Also think that what would the best suitable route be, and what are the challenges that you may face. 

And that's how you grow in off-road, we all have gone through the same. Good observation.

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Congratulations 

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