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Max Attack 2WD Rally Championship Video Coverage - Round 1 - Idaho Rally

Max Attack is the premiere 2WD Championship in the United States, and the only championship that pays out money to the winners (top 5 actually). For more information on the series and to follow events live visit http://www.max-attack.com

Day One:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYj01_c1fqg

Day Two:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfAWhbRfO3Q

We had a good time at this rally. We did well but had a couple problems along the way. Nothing major but we did drop a couple minutes because of them.

Anyway enjoy the videos. We are in both of them. The cars look much slower in the videos than in real life. Most of the time on day two we were over 100MPH.

Thanks,

Jeremy
 

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wtf, I selling mr2 and buying srt-4:)
Rally, snap oversteer is a bitch, ah? I saw u had one mistake there. Good job nontheless!
 

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Holy crap thats AWESOME!. congrats on 6th thats it im going to get another duece and do this :)

how much HP is your duece running in these competitions and special modifications have u made?
 

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Great job, guys. If we can ever get Rallycross going in Houston, I'm converting the deuce. Unfortunately, I don't have the spare coin or spare time for stage rally. You bet I'm jealous! Keep up the good work. I'm eager to hear about the new car you're building, even if it's not a '2.
 

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Thanks everyone.

It is a lot of fun driving stage rally. We enjoy every event. It was especially nice to attend this one. It was all of the top 2WD drivers from around the USA.

We got to see how we did against the best drivers out there. It was nice to see we could run times as fast or faster than everyone there. We had some issues on the last run of the day on day one that we had no control over. I could not see the road at all for large portions of the stage. The dust was just too thick. We lost a minute on that last stage.

We made our own mistakes on the first stage of day two and lost a bit of time there as well. It just goes to show how small errors can make a huge difference when you have such great competition.

I am selling the car at the moment only to move up a class. I would like to run a no holds barred Group 5 car. We'll see if that happens this year still.

Thanks again everyone for checking it out.


Thanks,

Jeremy
 
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