MTC/ATC Location FCO Length Transit
Saturday, June 23, 2012
1 Stage 1 14:00 8.30 0
2 Stage 2 14:30 8.30 0
O/A Car # Class I/C Driver / CoDriver Time Diff Leader Diff Previous
1 171 O 1 Carl Siegler / David Goodman 16:52.8 0:00.0 0:00.0
2 242 G2 1 Mark Huebbe / John Huebbe 17:18.0 0:25.2 0:25.2
3 323 O 2 Erik Zenz / Dave Parps 17:32.4 0:39.6 0:14.4
4 911 G2 2 Ron Malott / Paul Malott 17:33.6 0:40.8 0:01.2
5 92 G2 3 Derek McCorison / Andrew Gawboy 17:51.0 0:58.2 0:17.4
6 240 G2 4 Ian Seppanen / Dexter Clark 17:54.6 1:01.8 0:03.6
7 627 G5 1 Robert LaFavor / Eric Benson 18:35.4 1:42.6 0:40.8
8 128 G2 5 Mychal Summers / Ryan DesLaurier 18:44.4 1:51.6 0:09.0
9 654 G2 6 David Grenwis / Drew Burkholder 18:54.0 2:01.2 0:09.6
10 558 G5 2 James Cox / Scott Parrott 18:54.6 2:01.8 0:00.6
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The Nemadji Trail Rally has been a perennial favorite for many top and regional rally teams due to the challenging twisty stage roads and hard packed gravel surface spanning 26 miles. The Nemadji Trail Rally is a great rally for beginning rally teams who want to collect co-efficient points towards their rally license. Nemadji organizers will host a novice school the morning of the event for all new teams. Nemadji competitors will have the option of using a traditional route book or write their own pace notes using optional notes supplied by the organizer. Teams can also compile their own notes completely from scratch. This option gives teams valuable practice if they choose to compete in other rally events where teams write their own pace notes.





 
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