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Western States Rally Championship 2005

I plan to again run the WSRC which is a sub-set of several of those choices.

For 2005 it looks to be a best 5 of 8 coeff 3 type rallies. To earn a trophy, teams have to compete in at least one rally outside of their home division during the year. There are also year-end awards for workers who work any of the 13 WSRC events during the year and notify the WSRC that they are working. New for 2005 will be double points for WORKING an event in more than one division (i.e. outside their home area).

Here is the tentative list of team points events for 2005 in the WSRC:

Oregon Trail April 24-25, 2005
Rim of the World May 6-7, 2005
Shitepoke June 6, 2005
Treeline July 9, 2005
Gorman Ridge August 21, 2005
Simpson Stages Sept 11-12, 2005
Prescott Forest Oct 2, 2005
Mt. Hood Oct 23, 2005

The other WSRC events (but not driver's points for 2005) are:

Doo ****
Desert Storm
Colorado COG
Reno Rally
Ramada Express

I think those are the correct dates, please mark your calendars and get out and rally! more info at: www.wsrally.org
 

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RE: bump

I chased points for 10 years on bikes, even got a spiffy national championship trophy.

What I learned from that is if I want a trophy, I'll buy one.

I'm more interested in having fun than anything else. When it stops being fun, its time for something else.

And chasing points makes it much less fun....the whole bike thing seemed like a job toward the end, so I quit

Matt
 

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10 people running next year

I don't think we had ten teams run every event in the SCCA series in 2004 (or even most events).

It would be really cool to see ten run for the RA championship(s) in 05!


Who would be on that list?

Havir
Utecht
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The curious want to know ;-)
 

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RE: 10 people running next year

>I don't think we had ten teams run every event in the SCCA
>series in 2004 (or even most events).

It didn't ask what "teams" would be running which event. Co-drivers are free to vote too, by the wording. A codriver might choose to run a whole series even if not with one driver.
 

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RE: 10 people running next year

>I don't think we had ten teams run every event in the SCCA
>series in 2004 (or even most events).
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Only one driver ran every event last year.

15 drivers ran more than half of the events.
 

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RE: 10 people running next year

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>Only one driver ran every event last year.
- I had to correct this once before Shane and Mark Utecht ran all the events in Gr N and the factory teams ? and who else?
 

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RE: 10 people running next year

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>The vote counter is not working.
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>I voted last night, and it still shows the same number as it
>did before I voted.
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>Are we "adjusting" the votes??
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>Tony Chavez

The system is set up to exclude Peruvians.

Ben

P.S. :)
 
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