November 30, 2010
Rally of the Tall Pines is one of those events you do not want to miss if you live in Canada.
Small but powerful cars come to this event to compete with others by driving through forest roads, dodging, accelerating, and even flying!
You can feel the exhilaration when cars are sliding through the sand and taking sharp turns to get the best time and result.
Jeff Kerr, our photographer from Canada, took some great shots of this event.
Participants starting to get ready. I can already feel the heat of competition!
Classics were modified to match the specs of others to take on this course.
Subaru line ups.
Mitsubishi line ups.
All the way from New Jersey.
Check 1 2. Seems like the guys were adding some Vinyl's.
Done and ready.
Ready to Rally!!
Seems like the participating cars had to go up to this stage and show the spectators.
Nervous or excited?
STI going up.
Checking their mics.
The exterior of these cars might look plain and simple, but it's all about what's in the engine bay.
'O Shot, it's a camera!'
Other participating rides.
Those are some small wheels. Lighter the weight, the better.
Let the rally begin!
Might seem like a straight road, but people were gathered around this place.
If you're asking why...
This seems so much fun..
Lens like these will cost about $5k.
It's the annoying instrument people were blowing during the World Cup.
Back to some flying.
There are much more photos that were taken by Jeff, so make sure to check out his photo coverage on Flickr.