Ojibwe happened really fast. Normally, I remember a lot about each rally, but that is not the case.
It’s been a hell of a season so far.
STPR had four B-Spec entries, but Matt Hoffman in the Sonic was just getting out of the co-driver’s seat and opted to run just the regional events. In national, that left the usual suspects, myself and the Maxxis/HRD entry with Jordan Guitar and Billy Jang. The last entry was Nitro Circus’ Tommy Passemante, more…
If you know anything about the Olympus Rally, you might know that it was a round of the first ever US rally championship, a former WRC event, and was the last rally for Group B cars. Tough. Technical. Legendary.
If Oregon Trail was anything, it embodied two of rally’s favorite sayings: “hurry up and wait” and “press on regardless.”
During our testing for 100 Acre Wood, we found something interesting. On our third or fourth time down the test stage, we suddenly lost all power. Notably, when this happened, the temperature gauge suddenly spiked. We re-started the car, but it was still in limp mode. So we putted on down to the finish and bled the…
100 Acre Wood is quickly approaching and there’s lots to do.
Minneapolis isn’t America. Yes, the Mall of America is in Minneapolis. Yes, Minneapolis is technically in America. But no, Minneapolis is not, in fact, America.
Now is as good a time as ever to make an announcement:
This is a list of 8 rules. Read them, memorize them, live them.
The first three rules have descended from the Team O’Neil Principles: