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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 […]

Bucky Lasek On The Podium at GRC Las Vegas

Subaru Rally Team USA closed out the 2014 Red Bull Global Rallycross Season in Las Vegas with another podium by a determined Bucky Lasek driving his Subaru WRX STI. In one of his best performances of the season Lasek took victory in his semi-final race and then earned a hard fought third overall in the […]

 

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Zero car having all the fun! Have a great weekend everybody! #TGIF #Norway #rally #snow #subaruawesomeness ... See MoreSee Less

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Im going to start up again. I sold this car not too long after i finished it and didnt get a lot of good pictures. I want to have a liffted wagon again. Im looking for a starter project as we speak. >>
Dang, that's what I thought. Thanks for the input. I do plan on caging my car for future rally/track racing, but not until I get a suitable 2010+ replacement for the street. Guess I'll just stuck to RallyX for now. >>
Quick question for the members here. When we installed the rear subframe, we originally put the rubber/metal washer combo between the four subframe bolts and the subframe. Then we thought maybe they should go between the subfame and the chassis of the car, so we switched to that configuration. Now we are second (third?) guessing ourselves and can't decide which orientation is correct, or if they are supposed to go on both sides of the subframe and we are missing a some of those washers? :cuckoo: We can't seem to find any good reference photos online. Or we're just not >>
Quote: Originally Posted by slowautoxr Well no question about it. Tubes are legal in stock now http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/...-dec%201-2.pdf Ooh, and you can now modify/remove "non metallic, ground-facing shields and wheel well liners" in Prepared. How long until this is finally legal in Stock? It's always depressing to see people running over their own fender liners on course or in grid. >>

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