>Would like to see pics of the Alfa Milano. I wonder if it's
>the one we had in the On A Limb Racing garage? Haven't seen
>or heard of it since we got rid of it. What a basketcase
>that car was!
Yep - same one. It had traces of the onalimb.com sticker in the rear quarter windows. We could hear the cars suspension (or maybe it's the 'uni-body') squeeking at every bump in the road. It's cool to see something different on the stages though. Olson's 911 and Hurst's Mustang were very cool. Cutler was flying in that old RX7 too. I think the count is up to about 58 (or so) rallies on that car!
There is no truth to the rumor that I will be converting my 944 to rally anytime soon. There is a definite ground clearance issue as it stands currently.
Wow, what a great event. The organizers/workers did a fantastic job. Roads were good, but dusty, service worked out very well, scoring was efficient and the accomadations were of the best that we have used at any recent event. I say a must do for next year.
>Sorry that these pics aren't the best. I tried to get
>everyone as they came through the spectator area on Stage 8.
Just to give you an idea if you weren't there...those pictures were taken from the spectator area at the exit of a hairpin right. You CAN put spectators in a safe place where they can see something. Classic Mike Hurst oversteer...and a Fiesta so fast she got out of the frame
And the event was so well run, both stewards were hanging out at the spectator area...
Well young Jimmy B and friends, looks like you've just got yourselves a load of new friends! Glad to hear that everything went well. You'll have to do something about that dust though! No volunteers for the water truck! Well done all.