VIDEO: STAGE 1 AND 4  - Sunday, September 23, 2012
Rally America host Matthew Johnson attends stage 1 and stage 4...


 WILL ORDERS FINISHES FIRST DAY SECOND IN CLASS  - Sunday, September 23, 2012
In the 2WD Class, Summit Rally Team's Will Orders and Toni Feaver are climbing back higher onto the 2WD Podium and starting day two 52 seconds behind class leaders, Chris Duplessis and Alex Kihurani...


 BEGINNING OF DAY TWO  - Sunday, September 23, 2012
62 rally cars on the reseed start list for the second day of the Olympus Rally...


 Lauchlin O'Sullivan and Scott Putnam Wins Super Production Class  - Saturday, September 22, 2012
Lauchlin O'Sullivan and Scott Putnam mathematically secured the 2012 Super Production Class title after his second place rival, David Sterckx and Karen Jankowski, failed to finish the event...


MTC/ATC Location FCO Length Transit
Saturday, September 22, 2012
1 Dayton Peak 6:53 6.30 0
2 Cougar Flats 8:43 6.16 0
3 Pee Corner Long 9:08 7.32 0
4 Nahwatzel 1 9:45 20.01 0
5 The Ridge Special 18:43 1.94 0
6 Taylor Towne 1 20:01 5.04 0
7 Cloquallum 1 20:28 7.30 0
8 Taylor Towne 2 22:40 5.04 0
9 Cloquallum 2 23:07 7.30 0
Sunday, September 23, 2012
10 Nahwatzel 2 10:03 20.01 0
O/A Car # Class I/C Driver / CoDriver Time Diff Leader Diff Previous
1 43 O 1 Ken Block / Alessandro Gelsomino 1:21:06.5 0:00.0 0:00.0
2 1 O 2 David Higgins / Craig Drew 1:25:29.6 4:23.1 4:23.1
3 17 O 3 Antoine L'Estage / Nathalie Richard 1:28:24.0 7:17.5 2:54.4
4 90 SP 1 Lauchlin O'Sullivan / Scott Putnam 1:29:57.1 8:50.6 1:33.1
5 70 2WD 1 Christopher Duplessis / Alexander Kihurani 1:35:46.6 14:40.1 5:49.5
6 20 2WD 2 Andrew Comrie-Picard / Jeremy Wimpey 1:36:07.6 15:01.1 0:21.0
7 77 O 4 Viorel Dobasu / Karl Atkinson 1:38:33.9 17:27.4 2:26.3
8 313 2WD 3 Edward McNelly / Ole Holter 1:40:14.5 19:08.0 1:40.6
9 285 SP 2 Mike Goodwin / Martin Burnley 1:40:25.3 19:18.8 0:10.8
10 377 SP 3 Mason Moyle / John Hall 1:41:24.6 20:18.1 0:59.3
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The Olympus Rally moves to September as the last round of the Rally America National Championship. All the marbles are up for grab in Washington State where the crowned roads feature large, sharp rocks and plenty of "gotcha" moments. The Olympus Rally was part of the first US Rally Championship held in 1973. It later became a World Rally Championship from 1986- 1988. From 2009-2011, the Olympus Rally moved to Ocean Shores, WA on the Olympic Peninsula utilizing scenic coastal stage roads as the only coastal based event on the Rally America National Championship. For 2012, the Olympus Rally is happy to announce the return "home" to some of the same roads used at the World Rally Championship rounds situated just outside Olympia, WA.





 
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