MTC/ATC Location FCO Length Transit
Friday, May 4, 2012
1 Northwest Passage 19:03 2.90 0
2 Armco Trail 19:17 1.17 0
3 Northwest Passage II 20:21 2.90 0
4 PIR Land Rush 20:35 0.70 0
Saturday, May 5, 2012
5 Fir Mountain South 10:48 14.67 0
6 Ketchum If U Can 11:26 7.78 0
7 Fir Mountain South II 13:59 14.67 0
8 Ketchum If U Can II 14:37 7.78 0
9 Starveout 16:45 8.10 0
10 Boyd 17:53 10.76 0
11 Starveout II 18:34 8.10 0
Sunday, May 6, 2012
12 Summit 11:18 9.61 0
13 Clausen 12:02 7.10 0
14 Starveout III 13:47 8.10 0
15 Summit II 14:30 9.61 0
16 Clausen II 15:14 7.10 0
O/A Car # Class I/C Driver / CoDriver Time Diff Leader Diff Previous
1 75 O 1 David Higgins / Craig Drew 1:42:46.9 0:00.0 0:00.0
2 111 O 2 Leonid Urlichich / Carl Williamson 1:47:12.8 4:25.9 4:25.9
3 425 O 3 Adam Yeoman / Jordan Schulze 1:53:07.1 10:20.2 5:54.3
4 27 2WD 1 Will Orders / Toni Feaver 1:55:17.8 12:30.9 2:10.7
5 20 2WD 2 Andrew Comrie-Picard / Jeremy Wimpey 1:57:02.1 14:15.2 1:44.3
6 14 SP 1 David Sterckx / Karen Jankowski 1:57:03.1 14:16.2 0:01.0
7 541 SP 2 Dave Henderson / Terrence McDowell 1:57:34.0 14:47.1 0:30.9
8 313 2WD 3 Edward McNelly / Ole Holter 2:01:41.0 18:54.1 4:07.0
9 339 SP 3 Chris O'Driscoll / Lori O'Driscoll 2:05:26.0 22:39.1 3:45.0
10 335 2WD 4 Verena Mei / Leanne Junnila 2:21:50.6 39:03.7 16:24.6
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The third race on the Rally America National Championship schedule, Oregon Trail is the only 3 day rally event in the Championship that takes place in urban Portland, OR and through the Mt. Hood farmlands outside the city. With fast stretches combined with twisting foothill runs this rally is always packed with excitement. This rally offers fans the best rally viewing opportunities due to its accessibility and wide-open unobstructed areas.





 
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