Feb 24

Higgins wins 2013 Rally

HIGGINS AND DREW CLAIM FIRST RALLY IN THE 100 ACRE WOOD VICTORY

Salem, MO — The sudden arrival of winter ice and snow conditions could not prevent Subaru Rally Team USA’s David Higgins and Craig Drew from winning the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood held on February 22-23rd in Salem, Missouri. The hard fought victory gave Higgins his first 100 Acre Wood Rally victory in three attempts at one of the more slippery events in recent memory… (Read More)

PHOTOS: Scott Rains

Feb 21

2013 Rally – Online Updates

on_airFor the 2013 Rally, we are going to try to do our best with providing timely updates to our website and social media pages. Throughout the weekend we will be posting updates to our Live Blog page, Twitter, and Facebook. Photos of the teams, festivities, and stage action will be available on Facebook and Flickr. In addition, we plan to have quick action videos & interviews on our YouTube page.

Rally Updates Summary Page – All live content on a single page.

   

Feb 18

Honey Jar Challenge is Back

Press Release: For the third year Rally in the 100 Acre Wood organizers will offer a $2,500 Honey Jar Challenge purse to the top five placing four-wheel-drive (4WD) regional teams on February 22-23rd. It is the only 4WD prize fund in the Rally America National Championship and it is a highly coveted prize at one of the fastest events on the schedule… (Continue Reading)

Feb 11

Spectator Locations

The 2013 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood has many opportunities for spectating the action.  Download your copy of the spectator maps on the spectating locations section of the website.

There are many great ways to interact with the competitors. Come meet them at the Parc Expose’ at the start of each day, in Potosi on Friday and Salem on Saturday, at the finish ceremony Saturday night at the courthouse in Salem, or at the Service Break on Friday in Steelville or on Saturday at the Dent County Commons.  There is no charge, all activities are free.

There are 6 spectator points to view the action from. 4 on Friday and 3 on Saturday. All activities are free of charge. We do ask that you follow some simple safety rules when you are at the spectator points, like don’t stand on the road, don’t stand in prohibited areas, and listen to all marshals instructions otherwise the stage will be stopped.

Also especially important this year is to make sure you only park on one side of the road.  The road cannot be blocked by vehicles parking on both sides.  In the case of an accident, the road needs to be open to safety vehicles.