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Sparco Rally xD Lights Up the Oregon Trail Rally 12 July 2011, 12:38 am

Sparco Rally xD team spent some quality time in the Pacific Northwest last weekend in Hillsboro, Oregon, host of the Oregon Trail Rally for Rally America.

Andrew Comrie-Picard and Jeremy Wimpey, the driver/co-driver duo in Sparco’s rally Scion xD, give a behind-the-scenes look at what takes place on and off the course at a professional rally event. Follow along with them as they describe their process of preparation and in race excitement.

Watch their Scion xD shred through the lush Oregon terrain in what turned out to be a textbook planned-and-executed win in the 2WD class for Sparco Rally, a great way to enter into the final race of the season, which will take place in New England July 15-16.

Check out the video and visit us again right here to find out more about the final Rally America race in the forests of New England!

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