I ashamedly have all but abandoned this site, so maybe it’s time make an update. In the wake of the recent Dustball Rally, it’s articles such as these which bring with them a longing for great roads along with motivation to work hard.
This morning Team Apex Phantom and a few other Dustball Rally cars went to the Dallas Cars & Coffee. Wow that was early. We rolled in at just before 7am to a surprisingly, mostly full lot. We passed out flyers for the driver meeting and launch next week, Team Sports Car Hunter distributed Dustball koozies, and we annoyed the local Lotus owners by taking some of “their” spots. All in all, a success.
Click the link below to check out the photos. This gallery will grow over the next 9 days, as I’ll be using it for all Dustball Rally photos.
The all new Border Run Rally commenced on Saturday, August 20 with 500+ miles of amazing Texas and Oklahoma roads perfect for the automotive enthusiast. Whether you love attacking the twisties or the open road, there was something for you. The catch…Border Run is a gimmick rally, so driving 500 miles in one day isn’t as easy as one would imagine. All along the route, you’re figuring out gimmicks (clues, riddles, etc.). Some show you the route you need to follow and some go toward points in the competition. Since Border Run is not a race and is self-paced by each driver and navigator, the awards are for those who find the most gimmicks.
So click the link to learn more about the Border Run Rally and click one of the photos below to check out the gallery.