End of Desert Storm Update.  - Monday, March 19, 2012
Stage 4 started 20 minutes ahead of scheduled...


 Sunday Stage 3 Update.  - Monday, March 19, 2012
#556 McMahon reported on side of road with OK sign displayed about ...


 Sunday Desert Storm Competition  - Monday, March 19, 2012
First stage of the day starts on time...


 Stage 13 Update.  - Monday, March 19, 2012
All 8 teams have finished Stage 13 in sequence with no gaps...


MTC/ATC Location FCO Length Transit
Thursday, March 15, 2012
1 Special Stage 1 0:00 7.10 0
2 Special Stage 2 0:00 3.70 0
3 Special Stage 3 0:00 10.00 0
4 Special Stage 4 0:00 9.80 0
5 Special Stage 5 0:00 3.70 0
6 Special Stage 6 0:00 7.10 0
7 Special Stage 7 0:00 1.50 0
8 Special Stage 8 0:00 7.10 0
9 Special Stage 9 0:00 3.70 0
10 Special Stage 10 0:00 10.00 0
11 Special Stage 11 0:00 9.80 0
12 Special Stage 12 0:00 3.70 0
13 Special Stage 13 0:00 7.10 0
O/A Car # Class I/C Driver / CoDriver Time Diff Leader Diff Previous
1 337 G2 1 Andrew Lockhart / Robin Lockhart 1:24:37.0 0:00.0 0:00.0
2 737 L 1 Leelyn Pritchard / Logan Mineer 1:25:19.0 0:42.0 0:42.0
3 556 G2 2 Shawn McMahon / Jon Rea 1:30:33.0 5:56.0 5:14.0
4 34 P 1 John Black / Lori Stone 1:32:17.0 7:40.0 1:44.0
5 845 G2 3 John Sundelin / Ken Cassidy 1:33:30.0 8:53.0 1:13.0
6 15 G2 4 Chuck Wilson / Brent Ellzey 1:35:56.0 11:19.0 2:26.0
7 303 G2 5 Michael Huffman / Alex Zamora 1:37:05.0 12:28.0 1:09.0
8 824 G2 6 Cameron Steely / Josh Buller 1:51:13.0 26:36.0 14:08.0
560 G2 Alex Helton / Patrick Lobban DNF
960 G2 Johan Bjorkquist / Jack Penley DNF
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Desert Storm is the second round of the Rally America Southwest Region, featuring Saturday coefficient 3 and Sunday coefficient 2 rallies on the unpredictable desert floor of western Arizona. Saturday and Sunday the teams will traverse the roads used back in the 1860’s onto the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Grounds in western Arizona. Saturday’s event is a full days worth of competition with over 84 stage miles and 13 stages winding between the Saguaro Cactus and Ocotillo plants. After returning to the headquarters city of Blythe, California, where competitors will get ready for the Lucas Oil Four lap Super special at the Lucas I-10 Speedway’s tarmac, and a special rally course in the middle of the track specially designed for the Desert Storm event. Sunday will find competitors back on the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Grounds to finally wind down the weekend’s competition. The awards ceremony is back at the Palo Verde College Lucas Oil Automotive facility.





 
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