Rally Nevada might be one of the newest stage rallies in North America, but the event has ties to history dating back to the 1980's.
Based out of Toponah, a small town in the northwestern part of the state near the famed Area 51, the one-day rally was founded in 2019 to replace a few stage rallies from the southwest part of the state. The event also ties into the old Frontier Nevada Rally, with some of the sport's biggest names (John Buffum, Rod Millen) attending as part of the national championship chase.
Midway between Reno and Las Vegas, Rally Nevada will feature 58 stages miles over two gravel and dirt stage roads that are divided into eight stages. Altitudes on stage will be over 7,000 feet at points and temperatures can be excruciating in the high deserts of Esmeralda County.