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No Alibi TSD rally June 5&6


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#1 edrach

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 10:07 AM

A really great event for those wishing to have a TSD mini-vacation weekend.

Rainier Auto Sports Club announces that Registration is now open for the 2010 No Alibi, June 5-6, running on some of Washington's best gravel TSD roads.

This is NOT a Stage Rally, but offers great roads and offers good friends a chance to work on car control and in-car communications.

No Alibi 2010 is a 500-mile, two-day tour of Eastern Washington exploring the beautiful scenery, pleasant weather and endless roads of Eastern Washington. You'll see some of the best gravel back roads and some quiet paved ones as well. The event will begin and end in Moses Lake, Washington, and overnight there as well. The course will use all types of roads from highways to wide gravel roads to twisty and dusty dirt roads, however No Alibi roads are selected for their character and are not of the car-breaking variety.

visit the Rainier website for more info on this and other events:
http://www.rainierau...s/2010/noalibi/

Edited by edrach, 02 May 2010 - 10:09 AM.


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Posted 06 May 2010 - 12:54 PM

Wow, entry list as of this morning is already 14 cars! Get your entry in soon if you plan on running this great event. Posted Image

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 12:01 PM

From the rally pre-check crew:

Got back late last night from the pre-run for the 2010 No Alibi rally. Many of the old favorites, and some new roads in store.

Is "epic" too strong a word? You'll need to decide for yourself. Over the route we observed wildlife (snakes transported by hawks, coyotes trying to blend in, indecisive marmots), vistas (lava outcrops, columnar basalt, ginormous concrete structures), and of course the usual mayhem, natural and man-made (twisted power line pylons and a building on fire in Moses Lake). We can't guarantee you'll be able to observe all of those, but if you stay at home, you certainly won't get the chance.
Some photos from our pre-run fun: http://www.flickr.com/photos/teamdrally/

If you haven't yet signed up, now is the time. Car numbers are going briskly, just like some of your favorite TSD sections.

More event info at:
http://www.rainierautosports.com/events/2010/noalibi/

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Posted 29 May 2010 - 12:47 AM

wow, that looks like alot of fun. cant make it this year but was just talkin to my brother about going sometime.

looks like i would be able to go even my slow 84gl wagon and no experience huh?




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