Founded by James Dallman, Sally Dallman, Kevin Young, Brooke Young and Josh Tons in the spring of 2011, Poor Boy Racing has built a reputation for their high level of competition and generosity within the rally community. Poor Boy Racing continues to strive for friendly competition while working alongside other Saint Louis based rally teams, in order to help grow public awareness and love of the sport.
In March 2011, after years of volunteer involvement of various rallies across the country, it was time to step up in the world of competition. Team members sat down to discuss the possibility of building a car and competing in the Rally America regional series. (Read More)
Missouri driver Stephen Sherry and co-driver Makisa Sherry will be vying for top 10 in the Central Regional standings at the upcoming Rally in the 100 Acre Wood in Salem, Mo. The team began their rally career in 2013, premiering their home-built Ford Focus SVT and finishing tenth.
“We performed well our first time out at the 100 Acre Wood and later went on to finish 7th at the Perryville Farm and Forest in October,” Stephen said of their 2013 season.
The team’s passion for rally and enthusiasm has helped them quickly gain sponsors, including Metal Mulisha, Ryno Power, Clutchmasters, and Ford. (Read More)
The location of the awards party has changed. Details can be found in bulletin #2
Competitors wishing to participate in the test day on Wednesday February 19th, can reserve time slots starting at 11:00am Central Standard Time (12:00 Noon Eastern, 9:00am Western) Friday February 7th 2014. The time slots will be available at: http://www.100aw.org/?product_cat=testing
More information is available in the Organizer Bulletin #1
After finishing 2nd in the Central Region Championship in 2013, Charles Surdyke and Kim DeMotte are aiming for victory and the Open Light Regional Championship.
The Missouri-based team started competing in 2011. Surdyke and DeMotte have quickly driven their way to the top in the Central Region Open Light division. Their rally schedule includes Sno*Drift, Rally in the 100 Acre Wood, Ojibwe Forests, LSPR, and Perryville Farm and Forest.
“The 100 Acre Wood got me hooked on rally,” Surdyke said. “The rally is basically in my backyard and it offers great competitors and awesome roads.”…. (Read More)
Driver Adam Hardin and co-driver Andrew Ecker will begin their quest to prepare for a regional Group 2 Championship at the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood in Salem, Mo., Feb. 21-22.
“Our goal is to run the 100 Acre Wood and Perryville Farm and Forest rallies at competitive regional stage times to prep for a 2015 regional championship,” Hardin said…. (Read more)
Chris Hrabik, who premiered with co-driver Jason Amschler in the Perryville Farm and Forest Rally in 2013, plans to finish strong at the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood. He finished in a respectable 15th at Perryville Farm and Forest, beating out several competitors with his home-built 1997 Subaru Open Light car.
While the second leg of the Rally America National Championship series is important to all competitors and brings excellent Central Region talent, the race has extra significance for Hrabik. In 2004, Hrabik suffered neck and spine injuries from a non-racing car wreck, resulting in loss of leg use as well as limited use of his left arm and hand…. (Read more)
After a challenging rally season in 2013, Group 2 driver Kyle Williams and co-driver Zach Williams are ready to get back into action with the goal of finishing strong at the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood.
Both Kyle and Zach are Salem, Mo. natives who attended Rally in the 100 Acre Wood for a number of years as spectators and volunteers. They began building a stage rally car shortly after high school graduation and competed for the first time in 2012. In both 2012 and 2013, Kyle and Zach entered many of the Missouri rallies and expanded their plans to include competing at the Ojibwe Forests Rally, which proved to be their toughest rally yet…. (Read more)