Olympus Rally was held last weekend in Shelton, Washington. The event started with the announcement that Olympus Rally is officially a Rally America sanctioned event once more after a one-year break. Similar to the Oregon Trail Rally, the Olympus Rally offers extremely beautiful scenery, an assortment of obstacles, miles and miles of back roads and, most important, it has its NW Rally fans! It will be awesome to have Olympus on the national event roster next year giving the teams another event, and giving the sport yet another opportunity to expand and grow. Rally America seems to be doing all they can to help the sport evolve; they’re now nationally televised and in the process of adding other venues. We can’t wait to see what they produce next.
SoCal native, Andy Kuo’s 2007 WRX was the first vehicle feature we shot as part of the tour. It couldn’t be a more fitting ride as it exemplifies everything that Revvolution stands for. It has the looks, the style and the performance we love.
One of the most popular platforms for tuners since its official debut in the States back in 2002, Subaru hopes to raise the bar of high performance per dollar yet again with the 2015 iteration of the WRX. Set to debut this week, Subaru did a good job of keeping official information leaks to a minimum but we were finally able to get a good look at what should hit the ground later in 2014 thanks to an official release from Subaru.
The Global Time Attack ProAm series with Shift-S3ctor concluded Saturday (Oct. 19th, 2013) at Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond, California. Suitably named “The Fastest Road in the West,” the Big Willow track consists of many long, fast, sweeping turns and a high-speed front straight, making it the perfect venue for the finale.
Global Time Attack (GTA) teamed up with Shift-S3ctor to deliver the next two rounds of the Pro Am time attack event series at the Chuckwalla Valley Raceway during the forecasted blistering-hot weekend of June 7th. Located in the California desert east of Coachella, the track presents several logistical obstacles in addition to its challenging 2.68 mile, elevation-changing, 17 turn course.