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Results by Car Class, Sorted

2019 Team O’Neil Oktober Fast Sprint

Racing through the beautiful New England fall colors was the perfect venue for the final Team O’Neil Rally School RallySprint event for 2019.

23 rally teams gathered in Dalton, NH on Saturday, October 20.

Congratulations to Emmanuel Cecchet and his co-driver Elijah Hammarlund on their overall win!

A full list of all stage times and results can be found in the link below.

Oktober Fast Sprint Results

Volunteer Shout Out

The event organizers want to make sure and thank all the volunteers that helped the event run smoothly. Thank you to everyone for your help!

Timing/ATC

Jennifer Smith – She is a spreadsheet magician
Chris Wright
Micah Trembly – Who had double duty at timing and start control

Gate

Jordan Melim for being gate guard. Sorry it is so boring!

Chicane

Jacob Perkins
Samantha Egan

Controls

Eric Nickerson
Kevin Corey
Cameron leBarge
Roger Borlase
JT isherwood
Chris Regan

Spectator/Tech

Scott Carlson

Sweep

Dan Fouquette
Chris Martin

Also big thanks to Luke Horrocks who stopped to get the route books Saturday.

What is RallySprint?

The SCCA recognized that currently there is a large gap in competition opportunities between RallyCross and stage rally. To fill that gap, the SCCA has created a program called RallySprint. RallySprint will provide intermediate steps between RallyCross and stage rally. The incremental steps provide competition opportunities with increased challenge and speed. The safety requirements and financial investments in equipment increase incrementally as well. Safety for competitors and teams, volunteers and spectators are of the utmost importance.

Our goal is to provide “affordable seat time” in a safe environment to practice and learn advanced rally-type skills.

These events also help the rally community by serving as training sessions for workers. Many volunteers are needed in the roles of control workers, scoring, radio communications, spectator marshals, course marshals. These events give new workers a chance to learn, and also gives experienced workers a chance to learn new positions.