2) Scores on the web site are informational only. They gert up in a hurry, but are unaudited and unofficial. There will bw errors. The official results will be submitted to all concerned parties this evening, and I'm sure Steve will put them on the web site.
Maybe the lesson here is that I shouldn't try to post anything. I'd rather hear people carp about no results than errors in the informational scores(real or perceived). I don't feel compelled to answer to the former.
Sorry if my reply seemed a bit short(still a little below full on the sleep gauge). Let's start over. I'm sending Steve the official results this evening & I'm sure he'll pull down the other stuff & put them up.
The H is always on the side of the MG. We are always ready for an Historic Class competition.
As H Class is in reality a supplemental class to G2/G5, we always compete in G2. Should there be three or more competitors qualifying for H Class competition in a ClubRally, the rallymeisters have the option of hosting a separate H Class competition. So, as the only vintage iron competing in the SnoDrift ClubRallies, we ran G2, and took 2nd on both (would have taken 3rd in G2 and 19th overall had we paid the extra $$ for Pro registration).
We started rallying in '99. We've run at 19 venues so far...since many of those were two ClubRallies, we've actually run more rallies than 19. Complete competition history (after I update it to reflect LSPR '02 and SnoDrift '03) will be found at http://www.rhybudd.com/results.html
Generally the car has been quite strong and reliable (if not terribly fast), the only problems really stemming from my own ignorance in building a rally car, not inherent to the car itself. Factory welds seem to be holding up quite well...(knock on wood).