The Rally in the 100 Acre Wood would like to announce the 2012 Honey Jar Challenge: presented by Lou Fusz Subaru.
The Honey Jar Challenge will run simultaneously with the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood on February 24th and 25th, 2012. The goal of the Honey Jar Challenge is to raise the awareness of grassroots regional rally teams in a meaningful shootout style event. Any regional All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) team is eligible to enter the two-day challenge and the top-five overall finishers will split $2,500 in prize money, with the coveted Honey Jar trophy presented to the winner.
Official Press Release: pdf html
Supplementary Regulations with appendices have been posted to the competitors part of the website.
Planning for the 2012 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood is well underway. Check back to the website and facebook page for updates in the coming two months.
A preliminary rally schedule has been posted to the website. This is subject to change.
Worker registration is open for the 2012 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood. If you would like to volunteer to help run the event, please read theinformation on volunteering and fill out the worker entry form.
The rally is off and running. Follow along at home with RallyCar’s Stage times, Standings, Bulletins, and Live Updates
Rally action begins in only 2 days; rain, snow, or shine. Volunteers are still needed and can register on-site Thursday evening, Friday morning, and Saturday morning. (online registration is closed)
This year we have many great Open Class teams in attendance, including 2010 Rally America, Canadian, and North America Rally champion Antoine L’Estage of Montreal, Canada; BMX legend and action sports star David Mirra from Greenville, NC; David Higgins of Trefeglwys Mid-Wales; and last minute entry, 4 time Rally America National Champion Travis Pastrana! of Annapolis MD.
Great news, the Steelville Chamber of Commerce informed us that food will be available for sale on Friday at the Steelville city park during the rally service break. Stop in to watch the cars being worked on and grab a bite to eat.