MTC/ATC Location FCO Length Transit
Saturday, July 14, 2012
5 Sunday River 2 9:36 0.55 0
6 Lost Weekend CCW 10:41 10.55 0
7 Hampshire Hills CCW 11:06 9.21 0
8 Hampshire Hills CW 12:59 9.21 0
9 Lost Weekend CW 13:22 10.53 0
10 Hampshire Hills South 15:17 4.36 0
11 North Road 15:42 3.95 0
O/A Car # Class I/C Driver / CoDriver Time Diff Leader Diff Previous
1 34 SP 1 Martin Egan / Jarrah Lankas 49:33.1 0:00.0 0:00.0
2 280 G5 1 Gregory Healey / Seth Strait 52:06.2 2:33.1 2:33.1
3 167 G2 1 Danny Grant / Robert Sockalexis 52:20.4 2:47.3 0:14.2
4 716 G5 2 Jim Perrin / Lee McElhinny 52:39.6 3:06.5 0:19.2
5 320 G2 2 James Beliveau / Michael Beliveau 53:07.9 3:34.8 0:28.3
6 700 L 1 Rob Weir / Daniel Norkus 53:13.0 3:39.9 0:05.1
7 16 G2 3 Steve Nowicki / Jimmy Brandt 54:07.9 4:34.8 0:54.9
8 217 SP 2 Niall Johnson / Daniela Manago 54:20.7 4:47.6 0:12.8
9 165 L 2 Ryan Wilcox / Ryan Symancek 54:41.9 5:08.8 0:21.2
10 780 PGT 1 Michael Cosgrove / John O'Reilly 54:42.0 5:08.9 0:00.1
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Challenging logging roads with some of the longest stages on the circuit set the tone for the New England Forest Rally. Always a favorite with drivers due to the technical demands of the course, this rally is also a crowd pleaser because of its stunning scenery and wildlife. Quintessential northeastern settings such as winding creeks and one-lane bridges add not only beauty to the race, but also added excitement when encountered by drivers at breakneck speeds.





 
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