The next few weeks are full of events and we won't have any time to stand still. This week starts off with the Mexican 1000, a stage type rally for historic off road vehicles. This travels from Mexicali to La Paz in the Baja Peninsula. We are headed south to support the Dirt Sports Elf (which we originally helped to build) in it's newly upgraded configuration. The car has a new 2.0 liter engine along with upgraded steering, suspension and gearbox. Only a few days after returning from Mexico we are headed off to the Plan B rally in Indio, California. This rally is a club rally organized under Rally America sanctioning and we are supporting the event as tech inspector, and course closing and sweep. Hopefully, sweep will be a boring job and we can just enjoy driving the roads. After a quick road trip to Arizona to pick up the next rally car project (Stay tuned for further details on this one!) it is off to Tennessee for the NASA sanctioned Atlantic Rally Championship round Rally Tennessee over memorial day weekend. As part of the Morris Motorsports group we are the defending 2wd winners from last year. Several tough competitors are registered for this years race and it looks as though first place will be tougher to hang on to. We are constantly improving our teamwork and the car is in the best shape it has ever been so we are ready to take on all comers in 2wd. Who knows we might even take on a few of the 4wd cars as well. Rally Tennessee is one of the few all tarmac rallies in the US so it always poses a little different challenge for the rally regulars. The weekend following Tennessee we are off to Reno/Sparks for the North Nevada Rally. We are headed out to support our two California teams Pikasports with their PGT Subaru GD and 365rally with their Open class Subaru GC. Check back in with us from time to time for updates on the new rally car build starting after our return from Nevada, as well as the gallery we will be posting for the Build of the Pikasports Subaru.