Thanks again for putting this on. We all had a lot of fun.
Things were a little dis-com-boobulated, but it really went off fine for the drivers. The two SCCA guys running it did an exceptional job (I think they were the only workers). There were only about 6-or-8 cars running (and we were down to 3-or-4 by the last few runs). No photo-cells. No big board. We made the guys who knocked cones down, go back through and set them up.
We had cones, dirt, and stop-watches and that was all we needed!!
From a spectator's point of view, it was another story. The stands started to fill up before the SS-stage, but most of the people left before the pros showed up after 6:00 PM.
FWIW: here's a suggestion for next year's Prescott Forest Rally. Start out with the Super Special Stage, maybe run a couple of them if you can. Give the crowd an evening's entertainment. Then, have the rally (and the rallycross) run over the next two days, following that. That way, you start off with a full complement of cars all in the right place at the right time.
Let me know what I can do to help.
[Edit/PS: Verify the times with the SCCA guys before making any awards. I don't want to steel Simon's award. Of course, if we can't produce a time card for that 1 min flat, I'll take what I can get
LOL! If it's not official, it don't count!
[This message has been edited by Red-Impreza (edited October 02, 2000).]