Monthly Archives: September 2011

Frank Beyer’s Report on Black River Stages 2011

Frank Beyer, aka Dr. Devio, sent me this report on the Black River Stages Rally which took place on September 23-24, 2011 in Harrisville, New York: Pro Rally has finally reached a point where only a handful of cars in … Continue reading

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Citroen DS19 Headed For Restoration?

Yesterday I was in the Binghamton, NY area on business.  While returning home on Interstate 88 northward towards Albany, NY, I saw a car being towed northbound on a trailer.  Upon closer inspection, the car was a Citroen DS19, that … Continue reading

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Rallye International Vert de Montreal Edition 2011

Earlier this week I got an message from Brian Maxwell, a Canadian co-driver/navigator whom I have got to know from competing together at Targa Newfoundland, about a rally that he will be competing in this weekend.  Brian’s message started by saying: … Continue reading

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Johnny Appleseed Rally to be Held October 15, 2011

The NEOhio Region of the  SCCA will host the annual Johnny Appleseed Rally on Saturday, October 15, 2011.  The Johnny Appleseed Rally is a straightforward Time-Speed-Distance road rally through eastern Ohio’s Stark and Columbiana counties. I will be competing in the Johnny … Continue reading

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Super Cars at Targa Newfoundland 2011

At this year’s Targa Newfoundland several super cars showed up in a new class called the “Hot Tour”.  During the week of Targa Newfoundland my opinion of this class changed completely.  Initially when I saw those cars, I thought that … Continue reading

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Saab’s Museum Collection At Risk

Frank Beyer passed on some information to me from Walt Kammer that illustrates that Saab remains in a financial mess.  Last week the Gothenburg Court of Appeal ruled that Saab could enter voluntary reorganization.  As a result, approximately 4,000 staff … Continue reading

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Porsche Cayenne Navigation Set-up For Targa Newfoundland

While at Targa Newfoundland this year, some of the competitors and spectators were interested in the navigation station that we had set up for the event in the 2008 Porsche Cayenne. Our Targa Newfoundland 2008 Porsche Cayenne To set the … Continue reading

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