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Anyone know of a rallycross or rally in MT


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#1 Moosen

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 01:30 AM

Anyone know of a rallycross or rally in Montana. Looking to get involved/ help start one. I live in sout Montana. Near Bozeman

#2 Cyfun

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 07:10 AM

Not that I know of, but it would be a great idea. The local autocross is lame as hell, courses are very short. And since there are so man g*****amn Subarus and DSMs around, a rallycross would make much more sense. All we need is a few good dirt fields to borrow.

Makes more sense to me to race in dirt, anyway, cause (1) less tire wear, (2) having more power doesn't necessarily help you, so cars with little power but lots of traction have a competitive edge, (3) more venues, (4) racing is MORE fun in the winter, (5) MORE DRIFTING!




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