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Rally Schedule

High Desert Trails Rally
May 6, 2017
Coefficient 3,2
Frazier Mountain Rally^
May 20, 2017
Coefficient 3
Idaho Rally^
June 10-11, 2017
Coefficient 3,3
Gorman Ridge Rally^
Aug 19, 2017
Coefficient 3
Prescott Rally
Oct 7-8, 2017
Coefficient 2,3
Mendocino Rally^
Oct 28, 2017
Non-Points Event (except for SxS)
^Part of the CRS SxS Championship
Rallycross Schedule

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PostHeaderIcon High Desert Trails Rally Kicks off 2012 California Rally Series

Los Angeles – The 2012 California Rally Series (CRS) started off with a packed field of twenty-four teams competing at the High Desert Trails Rally. Based in Ridgecrest, CA, the rally featured high-speed hard packed dirt stages with sections of tarmac.

Keith Jackson and Marra Estep returned to the CRS in their Subaru WRX STI after taking a hiatus from the stages last year. The team showed no sign of being rusty, as they dominated the event right from the start. They won all eight stages outright, to cement not only their win in the Open four-wheel drive class but also a cash prize of $100 for fastest four-wheel drive on the new for 2012 Dirftish Power Stage. Finishing second in class were Cem Akdeniz and Mustafa Samli in another Subaru Impreza. 2011 class champion Jon Burke and co-driver Zachery Dickinson were running in a solid second place for the first half of the event before breaking down on stage five.

Last year’s event winners Bill Holmes and Sean Gallagher were once again blisteringly fast in their Ford F-150. The team took the CRS-5 (large displacement, two-wheel drive) class win, as well as the $100 cash prize for fastest two-wheel drive on the Dirftish Power Stage, and finished an impressive second overall.

The small-displacement, two-wheel drive class (CRS-2) was dominated by the team of Eddie Fiorelli and Tom Smith in their Volkswagen Golf GTI. They finished a full three and a half minutes ahead of second place finishers Sean Lane and Christian Coulter in their Dodge Neon, who narrowly edged out the Mitsubishi Galant of Javier Olivarez by less than a minute.

The production-based, four-wheel drive CRS-GT saw the closest battle of the event, with 2011 champions Alex Rademacher and Jeana Yi taking the win in their Subaru Impreza by less than a minute over fellow Subaru drivers Leelyn Pritchard and Logan Mineer. The two teams traded stage times all day long, pushing each other to finish third and fourth overall.

For the second year in a row, the production-based two-wheel drive class win went to CRS veteran Tony Chavez and his navigator Raquel Salas. Chavez & Salas were so fast they managed to beat even the CRS-2 teams on the last few stages, including setting a shockingly fast time on the Dirftish Power Stage. The team pedaled their VW Golf to an over seven minute lead ahead of the second place team Sarkis Mazmanian and Arin Hovsepian in their Acura Integra.

The CRS championship moves from the deserts of southern California to the mountains of Idaho for the next event on the calendar, the Idaho Rally International, June 9 & 10. The two day event features over 100 miles of twisty, hard packed stages that attracts teams from all over the Western United States.

The High Desert Trails Rally was first run in 1973 on roads to the southeast and west of Ridgecrest, CA. After running for the past two years at a motorsports facility on the edge of town, the rally moved to some never before run roads for 2011. For more information on the High Desert Trails Rally, visit and follow @crspress on twitter.

Download the press release here.



PostHeaderIcon 2012 CRS Rallycross season continues 3/31-4/1 at Glen Helen!

Attention Rally Enthusiasts.  The Glen Helen RallyCross season is set to begin in just one week.  If you haven’t already signed up, be sure to do so ASAP.  We currently sitting at 58 entrants and to preserve event quality will be cutting off entries at 70.

Also, new this year, two free practice runs when you pre-reg for the Saturday practice session.

Pre-Registration, Saturday Practice:

Pre-Reg, Sunday Championship (also CRS Championship Points Event):

Event Website:
Also, I've entered the 21st century (12years late) and started a Twitter account. I'm not one for pointless babble, so feel safe to follow

Saturday (Practice) Fees:
$10/lap or $40/5

Sunday (Championship) Fees:
Pre-Reg SCCA Members $50
Pre-Reg Non-Members $60
Reg Day-Of $75

Provisional Schedule as follows:
Saturday Practice:
Tech and Reg open at 7am
Walking 7am-8:30 and at Lunch
First car off at 9:00
Final Car ~4:30 or when demand drops

Sunday Championship:
Tech and Reg open at 7am
Walking 7am-8:30 and at Lunch
First car off at 9:00
AM Classes
Lunch and Morning Awards ~12
PM Classes
Afternoon Awards ~5

Detailed schedule (classes) to be released Wed before the event

If you have any questions or problems registering, feel free to e-mail or call
Jayson Woodruff
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PostHeaderIcon High Desert Trails Rally Excitement for 2012!

You shift into top gear and plant the throttle. Strange looking plants, native cacti, and chaparral blur past your windows. At the crest of the next hill you can see the valley floor of Mojave expand out hundreds of miles ahead of you. You have only seconds to enjoy the view as you negotiate the next set of fast sweeping corners through fields of Joshua Trees. You are racing flat out across the high desert in one of the most challenging motorsports in the world. The High Desert Trails Rally on Saturday, May 12th, 2012 is the excitement and challenge rally teams ask for.

Expanded last year onto the gorgeous roads of Kern County, the rally will be celebrating it's 39th anniversary on stages south and west of Ridgecrest, California. With the spirit of that first event run in 1973, the exact route and stages will not be disclosed to the competitors until the organizer provided stage notes hit co-drivers hands. We have added to the mileage from last year, and we're excited to keep things fresh for teams offering a Coefficient 3 event, with 70+ planned stage miles. To celebrate our history, High Desert Trails will be offering an "Alumni Reserved Early Entry" for those of you that have run High Desert Trails in the past (1973-2011), as well as a discounted early entry fee that closes on April 7th. All you will need is verifiable documentation that you were on the entry list and started the High Desert Trails Rally anytime in the past thirty eight years.

This event proudly kicks off the California Rally Series Championship for 2012. As the premiere rally series in the Southwest, and one of the biggest regional championships in the country, the California Rally Series provides an exciting, well run championship for competitors, plus support, equipment, and volunteers for the rally. The event will be sanctioned by NASA Rally Sport, the grassroots rally sanctioning body for the US. NASA Rally Sport focuses on competitor fun and providing support for rally organizers. Providing tools to the racers, organizers, and fans to increase their enjoyment of rally is one of the core missions of the organization.

Please join us in the beautiful high desert!
Kristopher & Christine Marciniak
High Desert Trails Rally Organizers

High Desert Trails Website:
California Rally Series:
NASA RallySport:


PostHeaderIcon California Rally Series Announces Revised 2012 Calendar

Los Angeles – The California Rally Series (CRS) 2012 Championship schedule has been revised in order to accommodate a variety of unforeseen conflicts. Three events have moved their date to best comply with the schedules of competitors, volunteers and road owners. The revised 2012 calendar is as follows:

Date Rally (Coefficients) Location
May 12 High Desert Trails Rally (3) Ridgecrest, CA

June 9-10

Idaho Rally (3,2)

Boise, ID

July 6-7

North Nevada Rally (2,3)

Lovelock, NV

August 4

Mendocino Rally (3)

Ukiah, CA

August 25

Gorman Ridge Rally (2,2)

Frazier Park, CA

September 28-29

Prescott Rally (2,3)

Prescott, AZ

The California Rally Series is the premier performance rally championship in the southwesternUnited States. The Series incorporates events from various sanctioning bodies in order to createa meaningful regional championship for its members. The Series celebrates more than 35continuous years of performance rally, making it the longest running rally series in the UnitedStates. To learn more about the California Rally Series visit and follow @crspress on twitter.


PostHeaderIcon CRS Ridgecrest RallyX Scores are up!

Scores for the 2012 CRS Ridgecrest Rally Cross available here!


PostHeaderIcon CRS 2012 Calendar: Supplies are limited!

Veteran rally photographer Bill Rogers has rolled out his awesome California Rally Series 2012 calendar. Only a limited number has been published and they are going fast. Order now and they can be delivered at the CRS Banquet on January 21st. The price is $16 or two for $30 or we can ship direct at $2 extra per calendar.

Here are some previews:

Contact Bill Rogers and Motorsport Memories: milward(at)roadrunner(dot)com


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