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Old 01-12-2013, 05:04 PM   #26
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http://photos.nasarallysport.com/201...g4Qpg&lb=1&s=A


this is a picture of camp where we were at.my car , me and the stove. dad took t he picture, hence him not being in it.


http://photos.nasarallysport.com/201...3758&k=t5QsJNz

this is the road we were at, after everyone came through.. as you cna see it got chewed up pretty good. Nothing that I am not used to with rally cross I have seen worse.But the bottom drug all the same, low cars not exactly reccommended.
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Old 01-12-2013, 06:19 PM   #27
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I am signed up now. See you all there who is coming that is. GTR eh? i expect to see some dirt on that car! turn the traction control off and do some donuts too.we are staying at inn cheraw, word is book now for hotels, they are going quick like. Basket ball tourney in town those days, gonna be crowded. book soon guys.
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Old 01-12-2013, 09:23 PM   #28
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Spectators are permitted to drive out on the course to find a hang out spot?

Are there out houses other than a oak tree ?

thanks for the info...
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Old 01-12-2013, 09:44 PM   #29
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i reccomend bringng hand sanitizer with you, because there are not out houses once you leave the city. only sparse gas stations.
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Old 01-12-2013, 09:51 PM   #30
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spectator areas are laid out for you, im not sure how it works. I am often a worker, meaning I can get very close to the event! very close, meaning I can often touch the cars coming by should they put wrong a foot.I have had to move quickly many times!The spectator areas are places i am sure, you are led to like anything. once the stage is "cold" you can go to another area, I really dont care if you come see me, as long as you are parked weellllllllllllllllllllllllllllll out of the way, and stay in the woods.
behind the tape preferredly and stay until the stage is cold, or you find a way to leave without endangering the stage itself.such is my job as a marshall of corners. we had a large crowd last year, but only under strict rules, park behind the tape, well away from the road. and stay in the woods away from cars.stay until stage is cold.
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Spectators do not get to drive on the stages. All spectator areas are accessible off stage.

Even once the stages are cold, until the crews are all removed from the stages, no spectators will be permitted on them.

If you are interested in driving the stages, volunteer. You will be able to drive on the one stage until you get to your assigned spot and the stage captain will place you there.

If spectators are found in locations that are not official spectator areas, the stage will be CANCELLED by the zero car. Do NOT spectate in unofficial areas.
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Old 01-13-2013, 09:54 AM   #32
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well ok, that shows my lack of knowledge. last year we had lots of civillians in the woods near us... so we thought its fine.
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:42 AM   #33
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If spectators are found in locations that are not official spectator areas, the stage will be CANCELLED by the zero car. Do NOT spectate in unofficial areas.

Is there a map of official designated spectator area avail?

I do not want to be the one to shutdown a stage, but want to see the action close up. Please share the info so I can enjoy the event.
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Old 01-14-2013, 03:33 PM   #34
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Also how do you get to the spectators area, will they have roads marked.
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Old 01-14-2013, 06:27 PM   #35
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I believe they will have all that figured out at the meeting the nite b4.
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:40 PM   #36
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Is there a map of official designated spectator area avail?

I do not want to be the one to shutdown a stage, but want to see the action close up. Please share the info so I can enjoy the event.
http://sandblastrally.linaracing.com...y-Guide.v1.pdf

Last year's guide - start at p.30.
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Old 01-15-2013, 01:36 AM   #37
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bring food, drinks, hot stuff... seats, rain gear, it is the east coast in rainy season.
we were able to put a tarp, chairs, some food and a camp stove in the back of my wrx sedan. then i had no back seat but at least we were ready. also, rain gear, in case the rain comes back. oh and a old gas heater! we were called the refugee camp because we looked like one! you will be out for a long period of time, so bring provisions for that.clothes, lotsa food and drink, shelter of some sort, (or the car) a cook stove like a camp stove if you can swing it, boy scouts: be prepared.
Best info here.

We had about 7 people come up a couple years ago from Augusta, caravanned in two STis and stayed in a little motel room the night before. The marshall meeting was very informative. We all had a blast. A few of us are trying to come up again this year.

If we do come up, I'm not sure we'll marshall as we didn't get to walk around but it was still tons of fun. Either way, plenty of provisions and rain/cold gear are important.
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Best info here.

We had about 7 people come up a couple years ago from Augusta, caravanned in two STis and stayed in a little motel room the night before. The marshall meeting was very informative. We all had a blast. A few of us are trying to come up again this year.

If we do come up, I'm not sure we'll marshall as we didn't get to walk around but it was still tons of fun. Either way, plenty of provisions and rain/cold gear are important.
Ah, the Great Volunteering Dilemma.

Volunteer and ensure the event goes on? Or risk it and hope that others will volunteer in your stead so that you can get the flexibility to move around.

I would hope that people would volunteer. We're going to need as many people as possible this year - mainly because the event is SOLD OUT. We have over 80 competitors entered this year, so it's going to be GREAT! So please volunteer!
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Ah, the Great Volunteering Dilemma.

Volunteer and ensure the event goes on? Or risk it and hope that others will volunteer in your stead so that you can get the flexibility to move around.

I would hope that people would volunteer. We're going to need as many people as possible this year - mainly because the event is SOLD OUT. We have over 80 competitors entered this year, so it's going to be GREAT! So please volunteer!
Just informational for me:

What is the requirement to volunteer? What type of workers are needed?
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corner marshalls, timing, start, finish, ham radios.. anything ou can do will further the rally cause. Ask Anders and he may be able to tell you, hes on dirtyimpreza.com
its also got a chat room for whatever. good tires and ground clearence too! you wil need it.
bring a GPS, and maps and nav stuff. its easy to get lost, and fun to watch the gps freak out sometimes on stage when you take a road it was not expecting.hand sanitizer becase no out houses there.. the tree is the out house .
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It's crunch time! The dirty blue monster will live again soon!
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corner marshalls, timing, start, finish, ham radios.. anything ou can do will further the rally cause. Ask Anders and he may be able to tell you, hes on dirtyimpreza.com
its also got a chat room for whatever. good tires and ground clearence too! you wil need it.
bring a GPS, and maps and nav stuff. its easy to get lost, and fun to watch the gps freak out sometimes on stage when you take a road it was not expecting.hand sanitizer becase no out houses there.. the tree is the out house .
Ok thanks for the info,

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Old 01-15-2013, 04:46 PM   #43
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Just informational for me:

What is the requirement to volunteer? What type of workers are needed?

They've got everything. I've run start/finish a few times which is a panic for an hour, then nothing until the stage completes. General marshaling of crowds is a good way to start, but bring food and water because you could spend the entire day in the woods.

Fingers crossed for no rain this year. I'm really hoping that the weather is better than the usual sub 40degree stuff with rain.
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Old 01-15-2013, 05:02 PM   #44
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last year was awesome. More of the same this year?
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Woot! Can't wait!
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:47 PM   #46
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It's crunch time! The dirty blue monster will live again soon!
Saw pics on facebook, wow all those wires!! Cant wait to see it back out there.

Check out the entry list, that is awsome! http://www.nasarallysport.com/result...entry-list.htm
I am stoked for this event as I am getting back in the silly seat and co-driving after a little break from it (although it will not be in a subaru, shhh dont tell anyone).

Anyone thinking about attending should, great event. Volunteer if you get a chance, get to watch from on stage and you can learn how the rally operates.
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Old 01-21-2013, 01:48 PM   #47
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i need to get newer tires on my wrx. Other than the fronts are no longer legally treaded enough. I need deep tread to deal with the sand.
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Old 01-21-2013, 03:46 PM   #48
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:56 AM   #49
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I've reserved my campsite and I've got 1-3 friends joining me. Just spectating again this year.
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You took some great video last year... Would you be willing to help out the event and try some streaming video? Anders is looking for people to help out with that.

Should be easy to do even if you are just a spectator. Can you email anders at anders at pobox dot com?
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