David Higgins and Craig Drew #1 at LSPR

David Higgins and Craig Drew completed day two of the 2014 Lake Superior Performance Rally in first place ending a very successful season on a high note. Their Subaru WRX STI handled the waterlogged roads without trouble although lack of grip was a significant issue. On some roads, water levels continued to increase throughout the […]

First Public Appearance of 2015 Super Production STi

The new 2015 Subaru WRX STI Super Production Rally Car made its first public appearance today at the Lake Superior Performance Rally in Houghton, Michigan. Although not competing this weekend, it’s a mean machine made for high speed and precision on gravel roads. The locals in Michigan call it bush bombing, and if there was […]

Isachsen 1st at Red Bull Global Rallycross Seattle

SRT USA driver Sverre Isachsen takes first place at Red Bull Global Rallycross Seattle! It was a long hard day for SRT USA, but the Viking Warrior prevailed in the final event. Starting from the second row, Sverre Isachsen rocketed to the front with one of his trademark launches. It was a decisive choice to […]


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Mandatory donut at WRC Spain! WRC: FIA World Rally Championship It's even in the notes with a double caution :-) ... See MoreSee Less

WRC Spain has mandatory donuts! This a tulip note from the road book (a book of stage instructions provided by the rally organizer), telling me that I have to do donuts around a roundabout during the power stage, aka the last stage of the rally. I’m happy to oblige. Ha. My codriver Alex Gelsomino sent me this shot of the actual donut note, on top of a throwback photo from when we did WRC Spain in 2010.

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Quote: Originally Posted by bradze my front end got really torn up after a little incident on a trail, and the rear got messed up when i blew a tire in the mud pit at WCSS15 in 2013. i trimmed the black bottom part of the bumper and modified it to repair it and give me more clearance. even hippies think its cool... What is that flare around your wheel well? >>
As the Outback is expected to be on more adventures in the future, the kit will be more extensive than the already-overkill one on my XV. For comparison, here's the XV's kit: Quote: Emergency kit: * basic metric ratchet tool set * small crescent wrench * 6 30-minute emergency flares * 3 DOT reflective emergency triangles * 10 flare-alternative chemical lightsticks * flexible recovery ramps * 2 D-ring shackles * 20 ft recovery strap * First Alert A:B:C fire extingusher * Subaru Severe Weather Companion P/N SOA868V9500 * Vaughan Solid Steel Campe Axe With Sheath SKU AS1-1/4 * Chinook Medical Gear EPMK (Emergency Preparedness Medical Kit) Level 2, (Pelican Storm Case iM2100, yellow) hard case >>
Mike maybe we should do a car exchange for one of the days / events ? Although you Have a Turbo AWD so its not really a treat for you.. but i would love to do an Rally Cross in a RWD one of these days... :) Maybe if i can do next season i can bribe you with some sorta me supplying tires program? lol >>



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