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New Rally School in the NW
Posted 04 August 2010 - 03:16 AM
can't wait to see what the pricing is going to be
Posted 04 August 2010 - 11:49 AM
Thanks for your request for more information about what we think is the most exciting thing to happen to rally driving in a long time.
Intro pricing is $895 for the one day program (reg $1150) and $2795 for the three day program (reg $3250). We will offer one on one instruction on Olympus WRC stage roads to take your team to the next level or all the way to the top if that's your goal!
As you've probably already noticed, we've changed our name to DirtFish Rally School. Why? Because we want to make sure we stand out from the crowd. And, our facility, our cars, our instructors, and the experience we're going to provide is so cool that fish will be jumping out of water to get here!
Our official opening date for our courses is late summer. The exact date will be announced in the next few weeks. We have a lot of work ahead of us over the next couple of months to make sure our facility is perfectly prepared, and that will determine the date of our official opening. Stay tuned.
Between now and the official opening we'll be running some cars on our site, testing our courses, preparing our stage roads, giving our instructors lots of practice... and maybe even having some fun. A lot! By the time we open the doors to you and everyone else, we want to make sure we're running like a well-oiled machine. We plan for DirtFish Rally School to set a new standard, for everything from how you register for a program to the actual driving experience.
You can keep up to date about our preparations and about our official opening date by following us on Facebook at DirtFish Rally School.
Our website is now up and running at www.dirtfish.com, but you'll want to check back with it often as we'll be continually updating it over the next month or so - just like testing and tuning a car, we'll be doing the same with our website.
We know that people like you are the backbone of the rally community, and we hope you'll spread the word about what we're doing. Please tell everyone you know about our Facebook page, about our www.dirtfish.com, about DirtFish Rally School.
Of course, we'd love to have you join us for one of our programs. You have to come out and experience what Travis Pastrana called "Freakin' ridiculous!"
Posted 17 August 2010 - 10:23 AM
Hmm, it's odd that they call it a full review, but all they did was ride with someone on a road. I'm seriously questioning how this is going to work. What if a student balled up one of their cars on the first turn? Hopefully a real full review will keep them from having to rely on expensive cars and name-dropping, which is all I've seen from them so far.
Posted 17 August 2010 - 10:27 AM
I cant give any more details than that.
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