Live timing and tracking
The American Rally Association National partners with EZTrak to place location tracking and live timing equipment in all ARA competitor and course vehicles. This allows anyone around the globe to follow an ARA Rally as it develops. Competitor positions, rally route information, and live unofficial stage times are all found at live.americanrallyassociation.org.
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ARA Rally App
The ARA Rally App is your source for all American Rally Association event content. Live video, up to the minute car tracking, and scoring updates are at your finger tips. Stay informed with access to ARA new and keep up with ARA teams on the social media feed. Following rally in the US has never been this easy.
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ARA National Championship Series
The American Rally Association National Championship Series is the premier stage rally championship in the United States. Seven historic events from coast to coast challenge the best competitors in the country to high speeds, technical corners, and long distance jumps. From open plains and high deserts, to lake country and deep woods, the rally action visits some of the most gorgeous regions around. Teams from Subaru Rally Team USA, Team O'Neil Motorsports, Honda Performance Development, and DirtFish Motorsports compete alongside the fastest privateers around to be the best and win their classes in the ARA National Championship Series.
What is stage rally?
Real Cars. Real Roads. Stage Rally is a point-to-point race against the clock on any surface. Drivers and Co-Drivers work together in production-based vehicles to compete on closed public roads, called Special Stages. Day or night, teams tackle dirt, snow, gravel, or tarmac roads and obstacles like water crossings and huge jumps at incredible speeds. Seasoned Professionals compete alongside Weekend Warriors and press on, regardless of the challenge, to be the fastest after a full weekend of intense competition and duke it out across the country to win the ARA National Championship Series.