>If the weather is good, Paul or Doug could win. If it's too
>dry, the winner will be first car on the road(I believe that
>would be Patrick, if he's entered).
Actually all .95+ SF drivers are put into a seeded draw, so it's up to luck as to who starts first on the road. On top of that, I think technically GrN cars are not to be included in the draw for some strange reason, all though that may have changed by now. At Oregon they asked me if I minded if Pat was put into the draw even though he was GrN and apparently was technically not eligable. Of course I didn't object, but at a dust rally like Maine, where road position is crucial, I wouldn't be surprised if someone protests a GrN car in the draw (if indeed the rule still exists.)
thanks to those whom picked me, but I have no intention of trying to win any rllies now as we are in champianship mode, we only need a few points to wrap up the open class champianship our goal was to try to win Rim and Pikes , all the other events it was about points, so thanks for the support and see ya at Maine
Leon "Bleep" Styles
Fresh off his Group 5 win at Headwaters and sufficiently rested thanks to passing on Rallye de Paris, I think Doug Jenkins in the '72 Vette is sure to take the next step and contend for the overall win.
Or a lot of those big-ass rocks will end up nicely coated with fiberglass shards.