Events // 100 Acre Wood

Rally in the 100 Acre Wood

February 28, 2009

Salem, MO

Central Regional Rally

The 100 Acre Wood Rally is the second race of the Rally-America Championship Series and is known as one of the most scenic. Named after the storybook home of Winnie the Pooh, the 100 Acre Wood Rally is a picturesque race with enough twists and turns to test every driver’s ability. Set in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains of Missouri this race is always a favorite due to its pristine surroundings and fast, tight roads. Although you won’t see Winnie the Pooh or any of his friends, you will see some of the best rally driving on some of the best rally roads in North America.

Parent Event: Rally in the 100 Acre Wood
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Pos Class Driver/CoDriver Time
1 O Mark Fox / Jake Blattner 53:05.2
2 O Arkadiusz Gruszka / Lukasz Wronski 53:18.5
3 SP Evan Cline / Nathan Melnik 53:46.2
4 O John Cassidy / Dave Getchell 55:30.1
5 G2 Chris Greenhouse / Don DeRose 58:51.7
6 O Viorel Dobasu / Marcel Ciascai 1:01:16.3
7 G2 James Haas / Ryan Schell 1:01:37.4
8 G2 Bradley Fast / Brad Fast 1:07:31.5
9 G2 John Kimmes / Greg Smith 1:09:07.4
10 G2 Brian Schwantner / David Schwantner 1:09:23.4
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Mark Fox

Mark Fox


Jake Blattner

Jake Blattner

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// Venue

The roads on the 100 Acre Wood Rally are known as some of the best roads in the nation for rallying. Fast, tight, twisty, and dry, this course is set up to test even the best driver’s skills. However, the ever changing Missouri weather in February can lead to rain, sleet, hail or even snow which can bring a dangerous and exciting element to the race. No matter what the weather though, the scenic splendor in Salem makes this rally one of the best for spectators, so make sure to bring your camera.

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