Mar 2011 30


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We are currently sitting in second place by two points after a Fourth place finish at Sno Drift and a First at 100 Acre. In preparation for the rest of the season, we are in the middle of re-painting the Mazda (pictures to come) and making some serious suspension and brake upgrades at Team O’neil. Blanco Basura is in the process of helping us with some cool shirts and hats and may the BF Goodrich gods continue to smile upon us . I’d like to thank The Ogontz Group and S&S Precision for their support in getting us this far, as well as invite anyone else thinking about getting onboard to drop us a line any time. The websites getting an average of 1660 hits a day. That’s all I have for now, back to work, see you all out in Washington and Oregon soon!

Mar 2011 29

So, I figured I’d give everyone a little recap after The Rally in the 100 Acre Woods and let you know what is going on for the rest of the Rally America series… If you haven’t heard yet, the great Ole Holter has assumed Co-Driving duties in the Speed3. As a young driver, I would be super lucky to have someone in the car with half the experience and personality that Ole possesses. On recce we made some fairly significant note changes, blending together a couple of different styles to make by far one of the best sets of notes I have ever run. On stage his note delivery was nearly flawless, he knew where to push me harder and where to reign me in, and after we had won I think he even beat Dave Mirra and some others on the pool table. We won all but one stage of the rally, taking 2wd by over three and a half minutes. I look forward to working with him for the rest of the season here in America, maybe a few Canadian events, and all of the adventures and exploits that will surely ensue.

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