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Subaru Rally Team USA Announces Surprise 3rd Car at Next Three Global Rallycross Rounds

Subaru Rally Team USA and Vermont SportsCar have confirmed today they will enter a third team car in the next three rounds of the Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship (GRC) for Travis Pastrana and David Higgins. Pastrana and Higgins have spent this season competing in stage rally in the Rally America Championship, while Subaru drivers […]

David Higgins to Drive DirtFish-Sponsored Subaru in Red Bull Global Rallycross Seattle

Six-time American rally champion David Higgins will return to Red Bull Global Rallycross at the series’ Seattle round, held at DirtFish Rally School in Snoqualmie on September 26-27. Higgins will enter the event in a DirtFish Rally School sponsored 2014 Subaru WRX STI prepared by Vermont SportsCar. Higgins competes full-time for Subaru Rally Team USA […]

 

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#dirtyimpreza Tough weekend for Subaru Rally Team USA at Red Bull Global Rallycross in LA. Travis Pastrana manage... pic.twitter.com/MbZyW3CP4v

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Tough weekend for Subaru Rally Team USA at Red Bull Global Rallycross in LA. Travis Pastrana managed to get 6th on saturday while Sverre Isachsen and Bucky Lasek just missed the podium sunday finishing in 4th and 5th respectively. Let's hope it all comes together at DirtFish Rally School next weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

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Jordan FyeBucky did great in his heat though. I think he got 2nd behind ken.2 hours ago

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Had a great time beating on cars with everyone. The school was well done. Can't wait for the next event. >>
Got the 4/2 pot brake downgrade all done and the Team Dynamics mounted on some 215/60/15 General Altimax R43s for the time being. The TD's actually rubbed the front struts when I first put them on but I just decided to run a small shim spacer until I grind a little bit off next weekend. Here are some pics! Grinded off the rear dust shield a bit and smoothed it out after this pic. The fronts didn't need to be touched at all. The knuckles needed some shaving on the rear but nothing the Dremel couldn't handle. >>
Getting a port and polish will benefit a cam change or staying with stock. Cams will be a bigger bang for your buck though if you go for some delta regrinds. PNP unleashes "free"power, cams are less labor intensive so they end up cheaper, plus cams will a bigger bump in power. >>

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Looks pretty chilly, you might need one of these.

 


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