(Salem) Nine rallies are scheduled for 2020 in the American Rally Associations’ national championship season, including the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood in southeast Missouri.
The season kicks off January 24th and 25th with the Sno Drift Rally in Atlanta, Michigan.
The second rally is the 100 Acre Wood. This rally features 140 miles worth of rally competition on March 20th and 21st on select gravel roads in Dent, Crawford and Washington counties.
Founded in 1977, the 100 Acre Wood Rally has been a driver favorite since its inception.
Sweeping turns and fast straights make this one of the fastest rallies on the calendar.
Commitment and confidence are key. One of the most important places to commit?
The rally’s famous cattle guard jump on Ollie Coleman Road near Dillard in Crawford County that sees cars fly over 100 feet.
Ken Block has won this rally seven times.
The closest margin of victory…just 7 seconds in 2007.