Rally racing turns cars loose on real roads in a point-to-point race against the clock. Drivers and Co-Drivers work together in production-based vehicles to compete on closed public roads, called Special Stages.
Day or night, teams tackle dirt, snow, gravel, tarmac and obstacles like water crossings and huge jumps at incredible speeds. Seasoned pros compete alongside weekend warriors in some of the most competitive racing on the planet.
The American Rally Association (ARA) is a member-driven sanctioning body for competitors throughout America. A subsidiary of the United States Auto Club (USAC), the ARA works to promote safety and competition to ensure rally racing continues to grow.