2021 EVENT SCHEDULE
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all listed
events & the team's attendance are tentative. Decisions to attend events are first and foremost based around the safety and health of the crew. Events are subject to cancellation at any time based on state and organizer rules and decisions.
Sandblast Rally (NASA Rally Sport)
6 March 2021
South Carolina welcomes you for the 2020 running of the Sandblast Rally. This year on Leap Day. The roads are prepared to challenge your skill and vehicle to see who can arrive back in Cheraw in the best condition with the fastest time. I want to extend a special welcome to the new competitors with fast motorcycles and cars that will be joining us this year. I am looking forward to seeing all of you on these challenging and fun roads.
Sandblast Rally is a car and motorcycle race run primarily in the Sandhills State Forest and H. Cooper Black Recreation facility in Chesterfield Country, SC. All of the racing is against the clock to see which vehicle can complete the course in the lowest cumulative time.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions there will be no spectating at Sandblast 2021!
North East Pennsylvania Rally Sprint
(NASA Rally Sport)
24 April 2021
Welcome to our 2021 Inaugural Rally event, Welcome to Wayne and Lackawanna Counties of Pennsylvania, in North East Pennsylvania,
The Organizing Committee welcomes you to Join our Host, "Camp Freedom" located in Carbondale, PA. Where We can help make a difference to the growing Membership of Camp Freedom. By donating proceeds from the event to their cause, helping Injured Veterans, First Responders, and their Families. The CF programs "Healing Heroes with Outdoor Adventures" makes a difference!
Empire State Performance Rally (ESPR)
1-2 May 2021
The organizing committee welcomes you to the 2021 Empire State Performance Rally. Our host include the Town of Tusten and the Ten Mile River Boy Scouts. The entire event will take place on the Ten Mile River Scout Camp grounds October 24th & 25th, 2020.
The Scout Camp is private property and we fully appreciate their willingness to work with us and would like to remind everyone to please take extra caution and to be aware of their speed at all times, especially during recce and on transits.
We have worked very hard to organize and present this gravel event and feel it will be an exciting event for the Competitors, Volunteers, Sponsors and Spectators. We would like to thank you for your cooperation and participating in the event!
Bristol Forest Rally (NASA Rally Sport)
15 May 2021
Welcome to the first ever Bristol Forests Rally based in Bristol, TN! For 2021, the race will be sanctioned by NASA Rally Sport and allow car, motorcycle, and SxS competitors to challenge the twisty, gnarly, and beautiful gravel trails of the Cherokee National Forest. Pull those belts tight, and get ready for racing in May 2021!
New England Forest Rally (NEFR)
30-31 July 2021
Since 1994 the forest roads of Maine and New Hampshire have come alive with rally cars in the summer. The New England Forest Rally and it's predecessor, the Maine Forest Rally, see competitors weave through forests and around secluded lakes along the border of Maine and New Hampshire. The stages at NEFR vary in character, some are straight and fast, while others are tight and twisting. Though one thing is constant to all of them, hills and jumps. NEFR has cars see more total airtime than anywhere else on the calendar. Jumps over crests, jumps under braking, jumps leading directly into sharp corners. NEFR challenges teams to controlled flight.
The competition starts in Maine with the picturesque Concord Pond stage, the most famous stage road of the rally. This fast, twisting, road features several jumps over crests, sending teams sideways in the air while challenging them navigate corners. The stage also features the fan favorite Concorde Pond Jump, a high speed left-hand curve that sends cars flying past excited spectators.
Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally (STPR)
17-18 Sep 2021
Wellsboro PA, Germania PA, Tioga County Fairgrounds
42 years running, the Waste Management Susquehannok Trail Performance Rally has seen stage rally teams compete on some of the most challenging stage roads in North America. Known for its tight, technical, and narrow stage roads, STPR allows for no margin of error. Trees push up against the twisting roads, creating tunnels through the Pennsylvania Forests where even a small drift wide can lead to disaster. The dense canopy creates sunbeams and flickering sun to a speeding car, a source of distraction that drives must overcome. STPR truly is a driver's challenge.
The rally starts with the spectator friendly Waste Management stage. This stage road is purpose-built for rally on Waste Management facility grounds just outside the rally's base in Wellsboro. The stage features one of the biggest jumps on the ARA calendar, where cars fly over 125ft in front of the crowd. From there, STPR heads into the deep woods, where competitors face the environment in addition to each other. Day 2 features one of the longest stage roads in the US, the 24 mile Mine Hole Stage.
Both days of the event end with head to head Super Special Stages at the Tioga County Fairgrounds. These stages put the rally action in front of the crowd and have two competitors run a stage side-by-side in a race to cross the finish line first.