A blast through the trees at DirtFish's epic rally school
In the Great pacific North West tUcked in between the trees and the mountains lies the Mecca for off road racing
Its called dirt fish and it's among the best rally driving schools on the planet.
Teaching the art of driving of real world cars really fast on real roads.
With over 300 acres of property to play on and a massive shop to keep everything running, dirtfish is an amazing place to own your rally skills or to develop those you maybe never had in the first place.
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I've wanted to do a rally School for ages and when it finally came time to pull the trigger.
Dirt fishes three day all wheel drive course wasn't easy choice i went with the all wheel drive school because the course is run entirely and rally prep Subaru w rex sti is newer but similar to the one that i ice racing myself and while the two motor sport disciplines are rather different i was hoping to pick up a few new low grip driving tricks.
But I could try out in the lake next year.
Over the three days of the course, almost all of which is spent in cars and on the dirt.
We started with basic stuff like low speed slums and single simple corners.
On day two we started linking it together on a short rally cross-sell course.
Practicing more advanced techniques like pendulum turns to help rotate the car.
At the end of day three came the final test, a run at speed through a course called the wedge where on days one and two, the only thing I had to worry about were cones.
Here, I'm running through the trees at speed with an instructor playing the role of co-driver Barking instructions in my ear telling me what's to come around the next bend.
Three days of training came down to this moment.
So buckle up and enjoy the ride.
And 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 go.
More often than times and you don't cut here's your take.
It turned out that and to left I've started to write more short 50.
Coming up, left two going up the hill.
30 hairpin right.
And left too.
Nicely done on the slalom
Coming up at the end, left two at the right two long.
And the left four long keep left [SOUND]
Where he crosses old for a [UNKNOWN] [SOUND]
100 course on a gravel, known [SOUND] last two the right too.
And left for short.
All right two on a tarmac.
20 on the gravel.
And right three, left two.
He had left two.
High powered 50 left, two at the right.
One on the tarmac.
Steer right one.
Go for it, hammer down.
Right three and left four on the gravel.
To open the thick fog on the tarmac at back on the gravel at least three long beds on the tarmac.
Thirty right to open.
Left three, lotta gravel.
Into left two tight.
So your two tight to your right to on the throttle.
There you go.
Push, push, push.
And break two.
And to your left one.
And right two down the hill.
At the end, double caution, left green arrows.
40, left 4 short, and right 2 short.
engine left three, open tanks four.
Hold it and [UNKNOWN] 30 over a minute.
How's that feel.
Look at that.
You nailed all that stuff over there.
That's what it made up.
Thank you so much.
That was such a rush.
I'm glad my brakes came back.
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