2015 Rally America Championship Schedule Released

Next year is almost here, so it’s time to mark your calendar for the 2015 Rally America National Championship schedule. David Higgins and Craig Drew will return to defend their Rally America Championship title with an all new 2015 Subaru WRX STI. The points chase will be hard fought over the course of eight events […]

Successful WRC debut for JRM Subaru WRX STi

JRM’s production-specification Subaru WRX STI completed its maiden FIA World Rally Championship event at the weekend, finishing 37th overall and third in the N4 class at Wales Rally GB. The car was driven by privateer Brendan Cumiskey. The Irishman was one of the first customers to purchase the all-new 2014 car – built as part […]

Launch Control - Season 2, Episode 14 – “Subaru Country: Part Two”

In Part Two of the season finale, Subaru Rally Team USA watches as Sverre Isachsen battles to the finish line against Joni Wiman – can he hold on for the team’s first Global Rallycross win? Then, in Las Vegas, Bucky Lasek, adds an exclamation mark to the season by coming back from a big crash […]


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Quote: Originally Posted by mtbrider I'll second the rally cross plus suggestions. A full log-booked, rally-approved roll cage will be a huge barrier for most people, including myself. As it's already been said, most of the rally cross cars are street cars and daily drivers. Just to update, full rally caged cars aren't required, but welded in cages will be. Neither will full suppression fire systems, just a simple fire extinguisher. The best way to consider being a participant is to get with some friends, pick up a lemons caged car and share it. Those meet the minimum safety requirements and >>
Quote: Originally Posted by Subtle-Solutions 1" and 2" Trailing Arm Spacers (6061 T6 Billet Aluminum) for the (98-08) Forester & (02-07) Impreza are back from Anodize! Next stop...laser etching our logo on these bad boys! Parts are in the process of getting laser etched! Longer Bolts are getting heat treated to 10.9 grade spec and zinc plating right now as well. Hoping to have completed 1" and 2" TA kits end of day Tuesday! *** Don't forget to send an email to: sales@subtle-solutions.com if you would like to added to our preorder/waiting list. These will sell out quick so please >>
Quote: Originally Posted by Valley_Giant After reading that article, what's gonna be the rules as far as spectators and/or photographers go? I mean I'm all about safety so will there be designated areas that everybody can access? John, since you are familiar with Prairie City, not much will change. Spotter required, probably increase distance to competitor at higher speed areas or behind trees, etc. Spectators will be more defined viewing areas, but most "spectators" will likely be workers. >>
LOVE THIS! Freakin AWESOME XV!! Love the rock sliders, might have to get some for my wrx, so dam cool! >>
`Looks awesome! Are those stock Saab wheels? what pattern, 5X100? I want! Fortune Auto coils do about 1" lift, IIRC that is. I was looking into them when they had a sale last year then decided to save money haha. Again, looks awesome! Can't wait to see more! >>



Looks pretty chilly, you might need one of these.


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