Most rallyists in North America aspire to one day test their mettle at a round of the World Rally Championship. As one of the few places in the world that doesn’t host a round of the premier level of the sport, this idea stays as a dream for many competitors, who may nevertheless go to watch, or volunteer, at a round of the WRC.
Kremer is leading the development of a test he hopes will lead to better health for those in rallying.
During each service at the Rallye Perce Neige, Leo was reminded by many of his crew that he needed to stay cool and get to the finish of the event. That is an obvious requirement for doing well at any rally, but Perce Neige held a special significance for the CanJam team.
Crazy Leo Urlichich won the opening round of the 2017 Canadian Rally Championship season, Rallye Perce Neige. Driving a freshly built Production-class Subaru, Urlichich was co-driven by Alex Kihurani.
The 2017 Rallye Perce Neige places intense demands on every team that rolls through the ceremonial start and into the stages of Canada’s longest running winter rally.
On a start list with familiar names and new, who stands out among the usual favourites? We’ve got some names to watch, and why you should keep an eye on these teams at Rallye Perce Neige.
DirtFish and the Canadian Association of Rallysport (CARS) are pleased to announce a renewed partnership for 2017.
Jeremy Norris is debuting his new rally car at Rallye Perce Neige, ready to take on the best drivers in North America.
Rally Perce Neige is a legend in the Canadian Rally Championship. Difficult snow and ice covered roads demand drivers perform at their best for more than 230kms of stages, and do it all in one mammoth day. The 2017 edition has been setup to become one of the most fascinating and exciting editions yet, with international entries, new sections of road, and interesting twists on old favourites.
Subaru Canada has confirmed their ongoing support of the Canadian Rally Championship for the 2017 season. Subaru continues involvement as a presenting sponsor while fielding an official team, and providing support to privateer competitors through a renewed contingency program.