Autoweek partners with American Rally Association to Share 2019 Championship Coverage
Speedway, Indiana (January 23, 2019)
The American Rally Association (ARA) has announced its continued partnership with media partner Autoweek to cover the 2019 ARA National Rally Championship Presented by AMSOIL. Results and Rally Updates on the Autoweek website kick off this weekend with Sno*Drift Rally in Atlanta, MI.
2019 will see a continuation of the partnership between Autoweek and the American Rally Association (ARA) to bring readers updates and results from the recently expanded ARA calendar. The end of 2018 saw the addition of five rallies from across North America to the series schedule, allowing even more opportunities to put stage rally in the forefront of the car culture discussion.
“Autoweek has been covering all corners of motorsports for nearly 60 years and we’re excited to continue in that tradition with increased coverage of the American Rally Association,” said the Autoweek team in an online statement.
Previews, results, and season updates from every stop of the ARA championship will be available at autoweek.com/racing. 2019 is going to see a lot of rally action across the country - we hope to see you all out on the stages!
Round 1: Sno*Drift Rally – January 25 - 26 – Atlanta, MI
Round 2: 100 Acre Wood Rally – March 15 – 16 – Salem, MO
Round 3: Olympus Rally – April 27 – 28 – Shelton, WA
Round 4: Oregon Trail Rally – May 31 – June 2 – Portland, OR
Round 5: Idaho Rally International – June 22 – 23 – Idaho City, ID
Round 6: New England Forest Rally – July 19 – 20 – Bethel, ME
Round 7: Muscatell Ojibwe Forests Rally – August 23 – 24 – Detroit Lakes, MN
Round 8: Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally – September 13 – 14 – Wellsboro, PA
Round 9: Lake Superior Performance Rally – Oct. 18 – 19 – Houghton, MI
About American Rally Association
The American Rally Association (ARA) is the premier stage rally championship in the United States. A member-driven organization, ARA provides a transparent, inclusive, and growing sanctioning body to competitors throughout America. A wholly-owned subsidiary of the United States Auto Club (USAC), ARA is led by seasoned stage rally professionals who deliver a framework for safety, competition, and promotion for our quickly growing sport. The common goal for our members, volunteers, teams, and associated organizations is a thriving stage rally community in America.
To connect with ARA, go to americanrallyassociation.org.