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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If the event had an option for partial cage (bolt or weld-in), that would open it up to the greatest number of entrants. (And my Subaru Legacy build for Driving Sports TV's upcoming show would qualify.) If hill climbs and time attacks can allow for 4-point cages, I think a rallysprint should also allow it. The cost of a driving suit is nothing to the cost difference between full and partial cage fabrication. I understand the need for safety, but I think a 6-point requirement is excessive for the types of courses I envision these cars would be running. >>
UPDATE.... We just got our 1st production set of 2" rear trailing arm spacers back from anodizing today! They look awesome. The rest of the production run will be anodized tomorrow and then off to be laser etched with our logo. Those who are interested in purchasing a set, please email us at: sales@subtle-solutions.com to be added to our preorder/waiting list. Orders will begin shipping early next week (assuming the hardware is back from 10.9 grade heat treating) if all goes as planned. Stay tuned for more details. >>
Another productive day! Cleaned up the transmission and installed it. Before: After: New Prothane front shifter bushing: Going in! Also got the driver rear caliper in >>
Holy crap, is that you Wayne? Where have you been hiding? Good to see you still lurking about and thanks for posting this, Stef has been in contact with me. I wasn't expecting a story this early. >>



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