MTC/ATC Location FCO Length Transit
Friday, July 6, 2012
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O/A Car # Class I/C Driver / CoDriver Time Diff Leader Diff Previous
1 390 L 1 John Rademacher / Jeana Yi 43:55.0 0:00.0 0:00.0
2 337 G2 1 Andrew Lockhart / Robin Lockhart 44:51.0 0:56.0 0:56.0
3 42 L 2 Mike Carnes / Reza Yazdani 48:29.0 4:34.0 3:38.0
4 334 P 1 John Black / Marra Estep 48:54.0 4:59.0 0:25.0
5 15 G2 2 Chuck Wilson / Brent Ellzey 50:26.0 6:31.0 1:32.0
6 175 G2 3 Brent Lee / Juan Orozco 50:53.0 6:58.0 0:27.0
7 124 L 3 Ray Piloto / Mike Arfuso 53:26.0 9:31.0 2:33.0
8 777 G2 4 Sarkis Mazmanian / Michael Mazmanian 1:18:43.0 34:48.0 25:17.0
104 G2 Albert Kun / Don Burress DNF
737 L Leelyn Pritchard / Logan Mineer DNF
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Known for its smooth stages, challenging switchbacks, and the famous "Cow Corner" hairpin, the 2012 running of the North Nevada Rally will be a two-day event, with 40 miles of stages on Friday followed by 80 miles on Saturday. The Friday stages will begin in the evening in Lovelock, NV. The competitors will get a "preview" of the stages by running 20 miles before nightfall. Then, after dark, they will run the same stages in the opposite direction. Saturday will return to the well-known stages near Gerlach, home of Burning Man. The southern stage dips through some sandy washes, then leads to two big jumps, followed by a run through a canyon leading to the "Cow Corner" hairpin. The northern stage is of a completely different character, with tight turns and switchbacks leading up to the pass of Purgatory Peak.





 
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