MTC/ATC Location FCO Length Transit
Saturday, October 20, 2012
1 Stage 1 0:00 0.00 0
2 Stage 2 0:00 0.00 0
3 Stage 3 0:00 0.00 0
4 Stage 4 0:00 0.00 0
5 Stage 5 0:00 0.00 0
6 Stage 6 0:00 0.00 0
7 Stage 7 0:00 0.00 0
O/A Car # Class I/C Driver / CoDriver Time Diff Leader Diff Previous
1 541 SP 1 Dave Henderson / Terrence McDowell 58:11.0 0:00.0 0:00.0
2 335 O 1 Jay Woodward / Jasper Umetsu 1:03:58.0 5:47.0 5:47.0
3 36 SP 2 Scott Kovalik / Jason Roy 1:05:07.0 6:56.0 1:09.0
4 86 G2 1 John Reed / Joel Pacello 1:05:38.0 7:27.0 0:31.0
5 49 L 1 Corey Salsbery / Michael Milos 1:06:20.0 8:09.0 0:42.0
6 284 G5 1 Bryan Watson / Rudy Watson 1:06:37.0 8:26.0 0:17.0
7 96 G2 2 Garth Ankeny / Russ Kraushaar 1:06:40.0 8:29.0 0:03.0
8 271 PGT 1 Matthew Tabor / Kathryn Hansen 1:07:32.0 9:21.0 0:52.0
9 990 G5 2 Jarred Swalwell / Megan Kogut 1:07:41.0 9:30.0 0:09.0
10 469 G2 3 Josh vonAhlefeld / Teresa Buren 1:07:45.0 9:34.0 0:04.0
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The Mt. Hood Rally has always been designed with the clubman rallyist in mind and has been a perennial fall season rally event. The Mt. Hood Rally would not be possible without the cooperation of the agencies charged with managing the roads we use, including Hood River County, the US Forest Service, and Wasco County. The stage roads are very technical and with lots of elevation changes amongst the evergreen trees. Mt. Hood has become a favorite with drivers and one of the premiere seasonal events in the Northwest.





 
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