Events // LSPR - Ottawa Rally
October 19, 2013
Central Regional Rally
The Rally America National Championship began in Michigan and will end in Michigan at the oldest, toughest and meanest rally event known as the Lake Superior Performance Rally.
The LSPR Rally has a rich rally racing history stemming back to 1949 when it was known as the Press-On-Regardless Rally - a Time-Speed-Distance event - and also as a round of the World Rally Championship in 1973 and 1974. Known as the Lake Superior Rally in 1994 when it was part of the SCCA ProRally Championship, Rally America picked up LSPR as a national championship event in 2005 and it remained on the schedule through 2009.
Rally competitors dream all year to tackle the notoriously difficult roads that provide the ultimate test of endurance, skill and ingenuity. The LSPR Rally is a fitting end to the season saving the best for last.Parent Event: Lake Superior Performance Rally
|Car #||Class||Driver / CoDriver||Stage||Reason||Penalty|
|550||Open Light||Justin Pritchard / Ryan Scott||SS2: Green Acres 2||Servicing within a control zone||10:00.0|
|SS7: Menge Creek North||Mechanical||0:01.0|
|93||Open Light||Brandon Ziejewski / Landyn Fors||SS3: Menge Creek South||9 min late to ATC3||1:30.0|
|SS10: Menge||2 min late to ATC10||0:20.0|
|651||Open Light||Kristofer Yahner / Tony Benusa||SS4: Baraga Plains||1 min early RGC in; 1 min late ATC 4||1:10.0|
|11||Group 2||Matt Brandenburg / Tim Oliver||SS3: Menge Creek South||6 min late to ATC In-Covington Service||1:00.0|
|654||Group 2||David Grenwis / Drew Burkholder||SS3: Menge Creek South||1 min late to ATC3||0:10.0|
|573||Group 2||Joshua Kramer / James Guitar||SS7: Menge Creek North||1 min late to ATC7||0:10.0|
|510||Group 2||Jim Scray / Colin Vickman||SS9: Menge Creek North 2||1 min late to RGC In Covington||0:10.0|