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#1 DirtFish

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Posted 25 April 2011 - 11:10 AM

Hi!!
Hope you do not mind if we pop in once and a while to say hello!

Yes but? Who are we exactly?

We are DirtFish Rally School, located in Snoqualmie, WA

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site: www.dirtfish.com

FB: http://www.facebook....fishrallyschool

Flickr: http://www.flickr.co...ishrallyschool/

We are completely Subaru and rally mad, and love to share that passion with anyone who will listen :banana:

Our school cars include
Version IV GC8 STi
Verion IV GC8 STi
06 Group N WRX
Several 08 STi rally cars
and more

As you can see, we are Subaru loyal here at DirtFish!

We also have a museum inside of the school including Richard Burns WRC car and Colin McRae's Ford Focus - pretty cool stuff!

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We know some of you made it out to the recent Global Rallycross, we hope to see many of you at our upcoming Big NW Subaru meet

If you have any questions about us, our events, whatever - feel free to pm or email us anytime.

- DirtFish

#2 thatswhatshesaid

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Posted 25 April 2011 - 12:32 PM

You came to tell us about your new USMB discount for your rally school? :lol:

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Posted 25 April 2011 - 12:59 PM

Welcome. I'm still a little skeptical about starting someone off with one of those fancy cars, but thank you very much for growing the sport that I love.

Jacob

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Posted 25 April 2011 - 01:15 PM

Welcome. I'm still a little skeptical about starting someone off with one of those fancy cars, but thank you very much for growing the sport that I love.

Jacob


Thanks Jacob for your feedback!

Our basic courses put you in our P (Production) based 08 Subaru STi Rally car.

Anyone can do this. The cars are not "too much" - even for the novice.
These are fantastic cars to learn in regardless of age 16 to 70!


Feel free to contact us with questions

-DirtFish

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Posted 25 April 2011 - 01:24 PM

Well, I'm glad you clarified the age issue for me. I'm still saving up for a ride. I'll try to make it before I'm 71! :lol: On a more serious note, I'm looking forward to the July 9th rallycross. I can't wait.

Our basic courses put you in our P (Production) based 08 Subaru STi Rally car.

Anyone can do this. The cars are not "too much" - even for the novice.
These are fantastic cars to learn in regardless of age 16 to 70!


-DirtFish



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Posted 25 April 2011 - 01:26 PM

Thanks Jacob for your feedback!

Our basic courses put you in our P (Production) based 08 Subaru STi Rally car.

Anyone can do this. The cars are not "too much" - even for the novice.
These are fantastic cars to learn in regardless of age 16 to 70!


Feel free to contact us with questions

-DirtFish


Your school and cars look really fun, but the students will get busted down to a POS 2wd Rabbit or something the minute they try to do real stage rally. That's the only thing I meant.

Thanks again for growing the sport, and you can count on me showing up in my POS for the rallyxs:grin:

Jacob

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 04:41 PM

So I take it nobody is allowed to take their non-prepped, barely road legal,
rusting beaters on your track?
Cuz if I could throw you guys $20 to take my BRAT around a real rally training
course, I sooooo would.
I have yet to take it on anything other than forest service roads, and that's scary, cuz you have to watch out for other people :-\
If I could get a closed course for an hour or so, without worry of harming
anyone, I would be there in a second!
Yes, I will sign a safety waiver...

Also, WELCOME!
Happy to see a big name show their face on here!
We can use all the notoriety we can get :-p

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 10:26 PM

You guys hit me with a couple of rocks on Brooklyn at Olympus. Personally, I feel that there should have been more airborne rocks. :lol:

Do better next time!

Rally is awesome. What other sport lets you go home at the end of the day and brag to your friends about getting pelted with rocks?

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Posted 04 May 2011 - 11:39 AM

You guys hit me with a couple of rocks on Brooklyn at Olympus. Personally, I feel that there should have been more airborne rocks. :lol:

Do better next time!

Rally is awesome. What other sport lets you go home at the end of the day and brag to your friends about getting pelted with rocks?



Ahh yes, we were on stage as a "0" course opening car.

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0 cars are not supposed to go full speed, we had a hard time controlling a few of our instructors who were a little too "happy" driving the course opening car :lol:



So I take it nobody is allowed to take their non-prepped, barely road legal,
rusting beaters on your track?
Cuz if I could throw you guys $20 to take my BRAT around a real rally training.
course, I sooooo would.
I have yet to take it on anything other than forest service roads, and that's scary, cuz you have to watch out for other people
If I could get a closed course for an hour or so, without worry of harming
anyone, I would be there in a second!
Yes, I will sign a safety waiver...


Great idea. Just not something we have set up at this time.
We are working on future plans, and future course options
Stay tuned!!!

-DirtFish

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Posted 12 May 2011 - 05:29 PM

So I take it nobody is allowed to take their non-prepped, barely road legal,
rusting beaters on your track?
Cuz if I could throw you guys $20 to take my BRAT around a real rally training
course, I sooooo would.
I have yet to take it on anything other than forest service roads, and that's scary, cuz you have to watch out for other people :-\
If I could get a closed course for an hour or so, without worry of harming
anyone, I would be there in a second!
Yes, I will sign a safety waiver...

Also, WELCOME!
Happy to see a big name show their face on here!
We can use all the notoriety we can get :-p

Twitch


I too think that would be awesome!!!

Also its great to see you guys (DirtFish) out here in the NW. Now someday when i get the money I wont have to travel to the eastcoast for some rally school action.

--Chris

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Posted 17 May 2011 - 07:09 PM

pity you guys are on the other side of the country, if you were on the east coast, id be all over checking things out and coming in for a session.

welcome to the club guys.

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Posted 18 May 2011 - 11:14 AM

thanks for the warm welcome everyone!

Keep those suggestions coming (as we are an ever growing / expanding business)

And if you have any questions (rally or DirtFish related) just ask!

You guys are great!! :banana:

#13 edrach

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Posted 19 May 2011 - 07:09 AM

pity you guys are on the other side of the country, if you were on the east coast, id be all over checking things out and coming in for a session.

welcome to the club guys.

I don't want to hi-jack this thread, but there is a similar school on the east coast. Check out http://www.teamoneil.com/.

Thank you DirtFish for locating out here (only 30 minutes away from my house :banana:). See you on July 9th. 'Looking forward to a LOCAL rallycross.

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Posted 19 May 2011 - 09:18 PM

I don't want to hi-jack this thread, but there is a similar school on the east coast. Check out http://www.teamoneil.com/.

Thank you DirtFish for locating out here (only 30 minutes away from my house :banana:). See you on July 9th. 'Looking forward to a LOCAL rallycross.


i know about them, i used to know a few of their drivers, but they are pretty damn far from me as well. there is also a rally school in florida, or at least there was a few years back, they also have a spy training school as well. i wanted to go there so bad when i heard of it.




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