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Subaru of America announces rallycross contingency awards for 2010


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#1 edrach

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Posted 22 December 2009 - 09:27 PM

Subaru will return in 2010, offering prize money to registered
competitors in the three All-Wheel Drive categories. Payouts will be
offered to top-three finishers with $300 awarded for a win. Prize money
more than doubles at the Eastern and Western States Championships where a win will net $750, and increases once again for the RallyCross
National Championship, where Subaru is prepared to award $1,250 for a win in each AWD class.

Registration forms and full program details are available at
www.scca.com/rally by selecting “Contingencies” from the left-side menu.

Drivers are encouraged to review program requirements carefully to
ensure full compliance. To be eligible for contingency prizes, drivers
must register for each program prior to their first event. More programs
will be posted as they become available.

#2 ShawnW

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Posted 28 December 2009 - 02:50 AM

Thanks for the link I just read on the SCCA site that the National Championship racing will be at the same place this year as last in Fountain, CO (Aug 20-22, 2010) which I must say is an awesome site. I am going to try to do a couple national challenge events as well this year but need to plan for those and it won't be Connecticut with my current finances.

Anybody coming out to the Nationals in Fountain be warned that the site is hard on good rally tires and anything soft compound will be destroyed.

#3 renob123

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 05:21 PM

Subaru will return in 2010, offering prize money to registered
competitors in the three All-Wheel Drive categories. Payouts will be
offered to top-three finishers with $300 awarded for a win. Prize money
more than doubles at the Eastern and Western States Championships where a win will net $750, and increases once again for the RallyCross
National Championship, where Subaru is prepared to award $1,250 for a win in each AWD class.

Registration forms and full program details are available at
www.scca.com/rally by selecting “Contingencies” from the left-side menu.

Drivers are encouraged to review program requirements carefully to
ensure full compliance. To be eligible for contingency prizes, drivers
must register for each program prior to their first event. More programs
will be posted as they become available.


One thing you didn't mention is that they are only requiring that you drive something with a Subaru engine and body. In prior years that I've paid attention to, you had to have a somewhat new Subaru, not a classic, like my rallyx car:) As I read it, my Brat qualifies. Now all I need is to do a lot better than last year...

Jacob




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