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2015 is upon us and with that comes the 2015 Mendocino Rally. The rally will take place July 17th through the 19th and is based in Ukiah, CA, roughly two hours north of San Francisco. The roads are amazing, the competition will be fierce, and the weather will be phenomenal!

Mendocino Rally

This is the fifth year the rally will take place since its resurrection in 2011 and as always, we are in need of volunteers to help run the rally. Volunteers get closer to the action and get to interact directly with rally car drivers and co-drivers. As well, volunteers will be provided with lunch (both days) and a 2015 Mendocino Rally t-shirt for their efforts. You can sign up to volunteer at the following website:

Volunteer Signup

This is the closest performance rally to the Bay Area and is an absolute blast to work at as a volunteer. I'm sure some of the past (and future?!?!?) volunteers will chime in to confirm how much fun volunteering at the rally will be. Clear your calendar and come have an amazing time with a bunch of crazy rally people!

More information will be posted on the website as it is confirmed. I hope, neigh expect, to see a ton of my fellow Subie guys and gals out there!

-Brian :clap:
 

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Neat. Not something I'd want to participate in, but might come to spectate. Is there anywhere up that direction that's publicly open to practice dirt driving? There's nothing down here on the peninsula, and I'm really missing living in the desert, where you could just drive everywhere.
 

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Neat. Not something I'd want to participate in, but might come to spectate. Is there anywhere up that direction that's publicly open to practice dirt driving? There's nothing down here on the peninsula, and I'm really missing living in the desert, where you could just drive everywhere.
The best way to spectate is to volunteer! There are only a couple of spectating locations so really the best way to spectate is to volunteer. Honestly. Plus, by volunteering you get to know a bunch of fun dirt roads in the area.

-Brian
 
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