Monthly Archives: May 2016

Time-Speed Rally Overview

An overseas reader of this website saw my recent post about the 2016 Rally Round The Erie Canal and was curious about how Time-Speed rallies work.  In this post I will try to provide a brief overview using some examples … Continue reading

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The Longest Hill: Darryl Hurter And The Jaguar Simola Hillclimb – Part 2

A few weeks ago I posted a story from Darryl Hurter about his preparation to take part in the Jaguar Simola Hillclimb, a major hill climb competition in South Africa.  This event was the first major automobile competition that Darryl … Continue reading

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The Rally Round The Erie Canal Was A Great Success For Everyone!

This past weekend I had the pleasure of taking part in the inaugural Rally Round The Erie Canal in Fairport, New York.  By all measures, the rally was a complete success. I was pleased to be navigating for Harald von … Continue reading

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Some Progress Photos Of A High Quality Mercedes-Benz Restoration

Recently I was exchanging some messages with my friend Michael Eatough of England.  Michael will be competing in the upcoming Paris to Vienna Rally in a Mercedes-Benz fintail sedan.  In those messages Michael also updated me on the restoration of … Continue reading

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The Polaris Slingshot: Wind In Your Face Driving

The Polaris Slingshot has been around for about a year, but somehow this machine escaped my attention.  I still haven’t seen one on the road, but I did see a commercial on TV the other day for this three-wheel motorcycle which caught … Continue reading

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