Anabel Cliche co-drives and volunteers at rallies in eastern Canada, after getting her first experience at Perce Neige.
Rocky Mountain Rally will be welcoming a new pair of names to the entry list this year, though the team have demonstrated their pace in the east. Simon Vincent and Hubert Gaudreau will enter the first western round of the season in their bid for the 2018 Canadian Rally Championship title.
Over a decade ago, Jennifer Murray was asked if she might be interested in volunteering at a round of the Canadian Rally Championship. She hadn’t been to an event before, though Kevin had been going to some local events.
Breathtaking and brutal. Rally Mexico is a juxtaposed blend of stunning Spanish colonial architecture, beautiful mountain ranges, huge crowds of adoring fans…
DirtFish Rally School has returned to continue their support of the Canadian Rally Championship, continuing as the Official Rally School Partner for the 2018 season. Headquartered in Snoqualmie, Washington, the school first opened in 2010, offering drivers and fans a chance to improve their skills behind the wheel.
Philippe Benoit has been making strides in the sport over the last three years, and is setting his sights on the 2WD national championship this season.
Karel Carré is one of the most exciting drivers to watch in the Canadian Rally Championship. His style leaves little margin, occasionally none at all, with consequential results. Yet, to Carré, there’s no other way to become fast at the wheel of a rally car.
Rallye Perce Neige is held in the depths of Canadian winter, but is absolutely a trial by fire for any team who arrives in Maniwaki for the debut of the Canadian Rally Championship season.
February 4, 2018.- The traditional opening round of Canadian and Eastern Canadian rally calendars, the Rallye Perce-Neige, took place this past weekend in Maniwaki, Québec. As the first of eight rounds of the 2018 Eastern Canadian Rally Championship (ECRC), this challenging event saw multiple lead changes on the snow and ice-covered roads, lined with only minimal snowbanks. In the end, victory went to brothers André and René Leblanc, of the Gaspé region of Quebec, in their Subaru WRX STI.
TEST Racing has grown into one of the premier rally shops in Eastern Canada under the precise leadership of Mathieu Dubé.