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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight-113 View Post
    Too bad I don't know where to start! I bet emailing NASA or the SCCA and asking what it takes to run an event...
    Way ahead of you, already outlined here:

    http://www.nasarallysport.com/main/RallySprintInABox

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    Would be nice cant wait to get the old subie built this winter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anders Green View Post
    Kentucky? Find out who owns this:
    https://www.google.com/maps/@37.5729.../data=!3m1!1e3

    HQ in Prestonburg or Bonnyman depending on politics.

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    Have you been there or are you just looking at maps? Reminds me of Cherokee roads. Find me something in PA or within 200 miles of me.

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    Haven't been there, just looking at maps.

    Within 200 miles.... how about this:
    http://goo.gl/maps/NmFfa
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    For a Kentucky Event, the southernmost about 7 mile long section of the Little Shepherd trail (KY 1679) between US 421 and KY 2010 is approximately 7 miles of twisty lane and a half wide tarmac with no houses. The county could use the economic impact of an event: http://www.harlancountytrails.com/li...pherdtrail.php

    Think Cherokee roads, but tarmac.
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    https://www.google.com/maps/@39.8093622,-76.2152874,12z

    the area north of the Susquehanna river east of 372 and west of 222 screams out for a rally, gravel roads with water crossings (one trail has 3 water crossings in under 3 miles) a perfect tarmac hillclimb stage from the river up over 800 ft with a single lane tunnel at the bottom before the ascent. and camber laden twisty roads throughout. The name of the park in the area has better roads then the rally that bares it's name

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    Pike Peak Rd and Paper Mill Rd just on the other side of the bridge (south of the Susquehanna) are quite good as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjhe View Post
    Pike Peak Rd and Paper Mill Rd just on the other side of the bridge (south of the Susquehanna) are quite good as well
    Without spending alot of time here at work studying your map, I'm confused. The river runs north and south, not east and west. North west to south east to be exact. Clarify and give some more details. I'm interested being only a hour away from that general area. BTW where are you from?

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    https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=...OHR8cX96fqHY_Y

    The pink area is the gold, the green shaded area includes Paper Mill and Pikes Peak roads. I'm just outside Baltimore and would definitely be up for giving a driving tour, not at high speed, of the roads to evaluate and explore. I'd provide a trace of the individual roads of interest if google maps had the better function to do so.

    The "hillclimb" road is outlined from the north/south shoot titled unnamed road

    https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=...MohveZ4zqa5RCo

    Fishing creek Rd is the location with the 3 under water bridges, it's dirt but normally isn't rutted too badly

    https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=...EMHIphlquXXGao

    also a bonus in the area if anyone paddles is:

    https://www.americanwhitewater.org/c...etail/id/1645/

    Starrk moon kayaks is also local, top notch shop and guides
    Last edited by pjhe; 09-29-2014 at 12:45 PM.

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