Events // Sherwood Forest

Susquehannock Trail Rally

June 2, 2007

Wellsboro, PA

Eastern Regional Rally

One of the oldest rally races on the schedule, Susquehannock Trail (commonly known as STPR) first began in 1977. It is not only the oldest, but it is also the fastest rally in North America. With roads consisting of clay and gravel, the course is slippery, fast and extremely dangerous. Drivers travel at speeds reaching 100 MPH through densely wooded roads. The speeds combined with the dangerous course ensure that this rally is not for the feint at heart.

Parent Event: Susquehannock Trail Rally
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Pos Class Driver/CoDriver Time
1 G2 Christopher Duplessis / Martin Headland 52:27.4
2 O Christopher Sanborn / Chris W Stark 54:37.2
3 O Donald Kennedy / Keith Kennedy 54:50.1
4 P James Robinson / Dave Shindle 55:15.5
5 G5 Gregory Healey / John Macleod 55:59.0
6 O John Cassidy / Dave Getchell 56:32.9
7 O Paul Ritchie / Drew Ritchie 58:15.5
8 G5 Luke Sorensen / John Iden 60:27.8
9 P Jim Stevens / Marianne Stevens 1:02:25.5
10 G2 Patrick Cournane / Damien Treanor 1:03:50.0
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Conditions at Susquehannock are nothing short of a racer’s dream. Deep water crossings and slick, fast roads, ensure that all of the drivers need to bring their A-game if they want a chance at a place on the podium. Summer rains mean that the clay roads can turn into one of the most slippery surfaces known to man, and danger levels are brought to a fevered pitch with most of this rally occurring at night. STPR is always a crowd pleaser and not a rally to be missed!

Penn Wells Hotel (HEADQUARTERS),  62 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA, 16901, (570) 724.2111, (800) 545.2446

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