Jan 15

2016 Competitor Registration and Payment

Competitor registration for the 2016 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood is now up and running on Rally America’s website. Entry fee and other payments can be made on the 100aw.org website by online credit card payment processing, starting on Saturday, January 16, 2016 at Noon 12:00pm central.

Subaru is continuing their contingency program for 2016 and the details can be found at:

The program includes an entry fee credit of $500 off the first 10 national paid entries and $300
off of the first 10 regional paid entries for any class, model or year of Subaru. Teams that
qualify for the contingency will need to make full payment before February 29, 2016. To
receive the credit, add either the Subaru National discount or the Subaru Regional Discount
item into your shopping cart at http://www.100aw.org/?product_cat=entry-fee-discount  The entry
fee will automatically be reduced by the appropriate credit amount.

Supplementary Regulations for competitors are also online.

Nov 05

2016 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood

Planning for the 2016 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood is already well underway. There has been plenty of work going on behind the scenes.   As plans are being finalized you will see news updates to the website.

New for 2016 is a different date, March 18-19, 2016.  The rally will be moving to the middle of March, in hopes to run during better weather and in order to give more time for competitors after the SnoDrift rally in January.

Check back to our website and on our social media networks: facebook, twitter, and youtube for updates.

Mar 04

Congratulations to Higgins & Drew

2015_100aw_higginsCongratulations to David Higgins & Craig Drew for winning the 2015 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood.  David and Craig dominated at this weekend’s snowy rally. With ice covering 50% of the roads on day 1 and steady snow on day 2 with 6+” of accumulation, this was a true snow event. The 2015 Subaru WRX STI handled the treacherous conditions with ease and performed flawlessly all weekend.

“These were some of the toughest conditions I’ve ever driven on,” explained Higgins at the podium. “There was a mix of everything. At a snow rally you at least know you are dealing with ice or snow, but here we also had gravel, frozen gravel, icy gravel and everything in between to go with the snow. Then when it began to snow late in the event the fresh snow hid the icy parts from view.”

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Feb 20

2015 Spectator Information

The Rally in the 100 Acre Wood offers many opportunities for spectators to interact with the drivers & crew, watch the cars drive the stages, and see the crew make repairs to their cars in the service area.  All free of charge.

Download the Spectator Guide for the scheduled activities and maps to the spectator points.  As a reminder, spectators are only allowed at the approved spectator locations.

In addition, parking is a problem on the forest’s narrow roads.  Do not double-park and block these roads.   All cars must park on the same side of the road.  We must keep one side of the road clear and open for traffic. This is used as an access route for emergency vehicles.

Please follow the marshal’s directions when parking your car and please respect the Spectator Control Marshals. They work very long hours to ensure your safety and viewing enjoyment.

Feb 12

Organizer Bulletin 1 – Test day, service

Competitors wishing to participate in the test day on Wednesday February 25th, can reserve time slots starting at 11:00am Central Standard Time (12:00 Noon Eastern, 9:00am Western) Friday February 13th 2015. The time slots will be available at: http://www.100aw.org/?product_cat=testing

Section 9 “Service Areas” in the Supplementary Regulations has also been amended.

More information is available in the Organizer Bulletin #1