In addition to everything mentioned here(especially hydration), find a spot on the horizon and stare at it. The only time I've been seasick is when I'm staring down at my lure for too long. 5 minutes fixated on the horizon usually fixes it.
Happened this year to my son in our new car, in left seat at Pit 5. They pulled away from pit, pulled over and he up was sick for 5:20 minutes (go pro), and didn't advise the pit, (cuz I would have pulled him from the car assuming heat exhaustion). But was only motion sickness- He felt like a million bucks afterwards and continued on. Look great at Pit 7 where we did driver change. We have new car, and probably not use to how she rides.Last year at V2R, i wound up losing my lunch around pit 6 and having to swap out of the truck. This year i was careful what I ate, but still got feeling weird after that "Roller Coaster" section with the tall hills and drops, and had to get out of the drivers seat after.
We still pulled off 2nd place (Trophylite) thanks to Gary Hull!
After talking to a few teams at the Reno Hotel, i found out im not the only one with this issue. On top of that I hear a lot of racers only have this problem at V2R. I personally have never had that issue at any other race, just at V2R.
The great guys/girls from the PRP team told me the trick was to take dramamene ginger before the race on V2R.....going to try this.
Who else has this issue?
I seen a lot of codrivers at the rally race wearing Scopolamine patchs. I have never been sick but might try one. Maybe helps keep your more relaxed and focused?