Well, Charles Aggenbach did a masterful job of putting the course together. This was his first time as a rallymaster, and he did a great job. There were some traps, and they were clean. The measurements and calculations were good. The course was very entertaining, and everyone seemed to have a good time, except for car 2, who created their own trap to miss checkpoint 1. We had a good turnout with 17 cars. The October Friday Nighter usually draws a few more entrants. Pat Biggar and Rick Ross won the whole thing with a score of 19.
Thanks to the workers from RASC who helped make this event happen.
The championships were finalized as well. Check the Championship Results for the final standings.
It was a fun season with up and down attendance. We are hoping to improve that for 2019. We look forward to seeing you next year.
I have to give credit for the course to RASC’s Eric Horst. He dug into his archive and pulled out a few options from which this course was selected. A few minor updates due to missing or changed signs and the appearance of a traffic circle and we were good to go. Thanks all that came out to participate as well as work the rally!
Darrel Huckabay says
Good to see an uptick in participation and a new rallymaster. I’ll plan to participate one of your larger events this next year.
Larry Imbeau says
Hey Darrel, long time no communication. As you can see, my son, Christopher and I have restarted rallying but this time have his kids, 10 & 12, as our navigators.
Do a search for me on FB if you want.