Tennessee Rally USA
June 14-16, 2024
ARA Exhibition Rally
Highly technical forested gravel roads with additional forested tarmac gallery stages.
118 Stage Miles, 363 Transit Miles
Tennessee Rally USA
We're excited to announce Tennessee Rally USA happening from June 14 to 16, 2024, headquartered in Chattanooga, TN. Chattanooga is a perfect host city, with its ideal location, rich history, and its tourism capabilities. The beautiful landscapes of Polk County, Tennessee, with its forested gravel stages, make Southeast Tennessee the ideal spot for our June 2024 Tennessee Rally USA.
Highly technical lower speed gravel stages are at the core of this event with stage lengths from 8-12 miles. In places, the flowing densely forested roads will challenge drivers and navigators with the sheer volume of turns. Most have characteristics much like gravel versions of the famous “Tail of the Dragon” road nearby.
Our fan experience serves as a focal point for this rally. We have multiple gallery stage locations that can accommodate spectator friendly viewing. For visitors, the South, and especially Tennessee, will bring a rich mix of culture, food, friendliness, and music.
The teams can expect a technical and fun 118 stage miles spread across 8 stages, each to be run twice, with two of these being asphalt gallery stages. Service, HQ, and FanZone will be adjacent to the TN Aquarium in downtown Chattanooga. The format will include a Friday evening Gallery Stage in Chattanooga, forest stages all day Saturday concluding with a 5 mile tarmac Gallery Stage. On Sunday there will be forest stages for half a day.
The Tennessee Rally USA scheduled for June 14 to 16, 2024, in Chattanooga, TN, promises an exciting and memorable experience for both participants and spectators. Rally USA and their team is excited to deliver an exhilarating event for all.
1. This is the first Rally of its kind being Headquartered in Chattanooga, TN in 20 years.
2. One of the Gallery stages will be held in downtown Chattanooga.
3. Our service park will overlook the Tennessee River in the heart of downtown.