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No Alibi Rally 2004

 

Rainier Auto Sports Club presents an early summer touring rally in the Pacific Northwest.  Bring out what you love to drive and challenge your driving and navigation skills on paved and unpaved roads while viewing beautiful vistas of the Cascade Mountains, Columbia River, Snake River and arid agricultural region of Eastern Washington. No Alibi spans two days and almost 600 miles of the finest backroads. This event is suitable for beginner or novice rallyists.

Date: June 19-20, 2004

Rallymaster: Kirk Simons

A Note From The Rallymaster:

Yet another No Alibi rally is in the past. The rally couldn't of had better weather. Even the dusty conditions were minimal due to a slight breeze on both days allowing us to view a land full of multicolored flowers dotting the country side, the hop fields, pea fields and wheat fields and lets not forget the breathtaking views. I hope everyone enjoyed the rally, I know I did even after all the work that Terry and I and several other club members put into it. It was really great to see the returning teams from past No Alibi Rally's and to meet the new teams that came out to run the event for the first time. As I do every year, I definitely want to thank all of our workers and this year there were a lot of them. It couldn't have turned out this well without them. Thanks again, and I hope everyone has had a safe journey home with some good rally tales under their belt.

Thanks To The Workers:

  • Kirk Simons (Advance car, outstanding planning and oversight)
  • Terry Simons (Route books, shirts, buttons and more.)
  • Gretchen and Mike Jones  (Registration, Saturday lunch, checkpoint timing.)
  • Eric Horst and Steve Willey  (Checkpoint timing, scoring)
  • Michael Garvais and Kim Prater (Checkpoint timing)
  • Mark Simons and Shauna Bert (Checkpoint timing)
  • Roy Ward and Sherry Schlosser (Route survey, sweep, checkpoint timing)
  • Mark Nolte and Sally Devore (Checkpoint timing)
  • Dan Comden and Marvin Crippen (Sweep, scoring)
  • Joel Wright (Checkpoint timing)
  • Casey Woodrum (Checkpoint timing)
  • Jim Hogan (Checkpoint timing)
  • Carl and Ellen Graf (Checkpoint timing)
  • Richard Crosier Sharon Euster (Checkpoint timing)
  • Richard Fuhrman (Checkpoint timing)

Pictures:

Results:

Car #

Competitors

Class Saturday Sunday

Total

O/A Tie by Class Tie
13 Satch Carlson / Russ Kraushaar UNL 15 22 37 1   1  
1 Michael Daily / Steve Pfau UNL 27 15 42 2   2  
2 Lee Sorenson / Rod Sorenson UNL 33 17 50 3   3  
3 Steve Richards / Gary Reid UNL 44 21 65 4 * 4
21 Dennis Gunn / Rebecca Rocks UNL 37 28 65 4 * 4
17 Pat Biggar / Jack Heppes UNL 49 24 73 7   6  
9 Ron Sorem / Max Vaysburd UNL 45 35 80 8   7  
5 R.Dale Kraushaar / Francesca Carozza UNL 79 22 101 9   8  
22 Brian Hackney / Bob "Rusty" Link UNL 61 46 107 10   9  
4 Paul "Pablo" Eklund / Kala Rounds UNL 56 59 115 11   10  
14 John Kisela / David Jensen UNL 111 37 148 12   11  
20 Steve Brown / Dave Glassman UNL 359 308 667 19 & 12  
23 Philip Widner / Patrick Widner SOP 266 164 430 14   1  
8 Vasco de Pinna / Kevin Mullins SOP 288 239 527 15   2  
7 Steve R. Perret / Kathryn S. Hansen SOP 228 312 540 16   3  
16 Jason Carter / Jered Carter SOP 467 93 560 17   4  
19 Tom Burress / Don Burress SOP 466 165 631 18   5  
25 Conrad Berg / Angela Tovar SOP 430 237 667 19 & 6  
26 Jason Webster / Brandon Harer SOP 529 339 868 22   7  
12 Walter J. Wendolowski / Zoe A. Wendolowski SOP 754 335 1089 24   8  
24 Rob Bouthillier / Jody Phillips NOV 266 162 428 13   1  
27 Nate Foley / Aaron Cardin NOV 1498 585 2083 25   2  
11 Mark Pace / Devika Pace NOV 2571 157 2728 26   3  
10 Don Gibson / MIke Workman EQU 41 24 65 4 * 1  
6 Dave Burroughs / Dave Karraker EQU 335 363 698 21   2  
15 William McRae / Dave Harms VINT 634 292 926 23   1  

* 3 cars tied for 4th overall (Steve Richards / Gary Reid, Dennis Gunn / Rebecca Rocks, and Don Gibson / MIke Workman)
2 cars tied for 4th Unlimited (Steve Richards / Gary Reid and Dennis Gunn / Rebecca Rocks)
& 2 cars tied for 19th Overall (Steve Brown / Dave Glassman and Conrad Berg / Angela Tovar)

Scoring detail for Saturday (PDF) and  Sunday (PDF)

What Do I Do Now??

We hope you enjoyed No Alibi?  Isn't driving on gravel fun? Here are the events we put at the top of our list for this year.  You'd probably enjoy them too:

  • Golden West 2004: A new rally based in Yreka, California Golden West 2004 will run in the hills and mountains of Northern California and Southern Oregon. Saturday will also run late, until nearly midnight, giving you a chance to test your driving lights. This 300+ mile, two-day event is featured as Round 2 of the Pacific Coast Challenge.  July 17 and 18, 2003
  • Night On Bald Mountain: A brisk one-day gravel TSD rally running on the unpaved forest roads of the Washington Cascades. Round 3 of the Pacific Coast Challenge.  October 2, 2004.
  • Totem Rally: Challenging two day event starting and ending in the interior of BC. Uses many famous stage rally roads as part of it's route. Can be a tough fall event with a good chance of finding snow. November 13/14, 2004.

Pacific Coast Challenge International Rally Series:  No Alibi 2004 was not part of the PCC series this year.  No Alibi and Night On Bald Mountain alternate years as the Washington PCC event.

 

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