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ARA Rally America National Championship 2019 Schedule
1 100 Acre Wood Rally March 15 – 16
2 Olympus Rally April 27 – 28
3 Oregon Trail Rall May 31 – June 2
4 New England Forest Rally July 20-21
5 Idaho Rally International June 29 – 30
6 New England Forest Rally July 19 – 20
7 Ojibwe Forests Rally August 23 – 24
8 Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally September 13 – 14



PRESS RELEASE: April 29, 2019

Seventeen-Year-Old Oliver Solberg Earns First U.S. Victory at Olympus Rally

Subaru Motorsports USA took the top two podium positions at this weekend’s DirtFish Olympus Rally, with Swedish rally prodigy Oliver Solberg securing his first American rally victory in a blue and gold Subaru WRX STI. Solberg was fast and consistent throughout the weekend, despite having never seen the Olympus stage roads before and working with veteran co-driver Denis Giraudet for the first time. Defending ARA champion David Higgins pushed hard on Sunday but was unable to catch his teammate, finishing with a strong second-place finish.

Solberg and Giraudet came out hard on day 1 and set fastest times on six of eight stages, with Higgins and Drew in close pursuit. Sitting eleven seconds back and within striking distance of their teammates after Stage 6, Higgins was on pace for a stage win on the 18-mile Wildcat stage when he suffered a leak in a brake line. Despite being forced to complete the last six miles of the stage without brakes, Higgins lost only 27 seconds to Solberg and held onto second place at the end of the first day.

With Saturday’s tight and technical stages giving way to faster roads on Sunday, Higgins and Drew pushed hard in the morning to claw back some of the 41-second gap to Solberg. The veteran pair notched wins on the first three stages of the day, cutting the lead to fourteen seconds. With the pressure on, Solberg and Giraudet drove flat-out on the event’s final stage and delivered a decisive stage win to earn a thrilling event victory.

It was an emotional moment for the whole Solberg family, with Oliver’s legendary father Petter – the 2003 World Rally Champion with Subaru – and mother Pernilla looking on.

“Winning my first event for Subaru is an amazing feeling,” said Oliver Solberg. “This is my first time at the Olympus Rally and I’m working with a new co-driver, plus I was first on the road all weekend which meant the surface was very loose. But the Saturday stages gave us a lot of confidence, and Denis and I pushed as hard as we could on the last stage today to hold on for the win.”

“When we got to the end of the last stage, it was like a dream had come true for me. My mom was first to the car and then dad… you know we have all worked hard for this and I have a lot to thank those guys for. Us Solbergs, we’re an emotional family and this was an incredible, incredible moment for us all.”

For Higgins and Drew, a second consecutive podium finish earns vital championship points – but without a rally win through two events, the pair is in an unfamiliar position.

“The brake issue on Saturday was a bit of frustration for us,” Higgins said. “We had good speed on that stage and losing so much time meant we had a very hard job ahead of us on Sunday trying to drive from behind. The stage wins show we’ve got the speed to get back to winning form – just waiting on some luck. For now we’ll focus on the championship fight and make sure we’re putting together a solid weekend every time we’re in the car.”

Higgins and Drew will team up with Travis Pastrana and co-driver Robbie Durant at May’s Oregon Trail Rally, while Solberg is scheduled to return in June at Idaho Rally International.





PRESS RELEASE: February 14, 2019

Subaru Motorsports USA Reveals Full 2019 Lineup; Oliver Solberg to Compete in Six US Rounds

The names Solberg and Subaru are united once again in 2019, as Oliver Solberg—son of former Subaru World Rally Team driver and FIA World Rally Champion Petter Solberg—will join Subaru Motorsports USA for the team’s 2019 stage rally efforts.

Partnering with David Higgins and Craig Drew, who will once again run a full program in search of Higgins’ 10th United States rallying title, Solberg and co-driver Aaron Johnston will run six of the eight rounds that Subaru Motorsports USA will contest this season. The other two will go to Travis Pastrana and Robbie Durant, who have competed in a limited schedule together since earning a championship in 2017.

“I don’t think anybody could begin to understand what a big deal this is for me,” Solberg said in a Subaru release. “I was two years old when my father was World Rally Champion and remember so well how proud I was of dad wearing blue and yellow and driving a car of the same color. I even still today have the Subaru bed sheets.

“For me to have the chance to wear the same colors and drive under the same name is something unbelievable. I have to say a very big thank you to Subaru Motorsports USA for this opportunity.”

2018 was a successful season for the team in its final season under the Subaru Rally Team USA banner, before returning to Subaru’s classic WRC blue and yellow colors in an offseason rebrand. The team won all seven of its events, with Higgins and Drew taking four and Patrik Sandell and Per Almkvist going a perfect three-for-three in a limited program.

Solberg and Johnston will run at Rally in the 100 Acre Wood, Olympus Rally, Idaho Rally, New England Forest Rally, Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally, and Lake Superior Performance Rally in 2019. Pastrana and Durant will compete at Oregon Trail Rally and Ojibwe Forests Rally. Higgins and Drew will run in all eight of the aforementioned events.

The announcement sets up an intense Open 4WD battle at 100 Acre Wood next month. Aside from Subaru Motorsports USA, Open 4WD entries from Sno*Drift-winning Fetela Rally Team (Piotr Fetela/Dominik Jozwiak), McKenna Motorsport (Barry McKenna/Leon Jordan), and PMR Motorsport (Pat Moro/Ole Holter) are among those expected to fight for the podium.



October 10, 2018


Olympia, W.A. - Subaru Rally Team USA driver David Higgins and co-driver Craig Drew secured their first American Rally Association (ARA) title at Tour de Forest Rally after a dominant season highlighted by four outright event victories. Higgins, piloting a 2018 Subaru WRX STI rally car prepared by Vermont SportsCar, was a force to be reckoned with throughout the seven-event ARA season and has now collected a total of nine U.S. rally championships.

Despite their history of success, Higgins and Drew began the 2018 season in an unfamiliar position after narrowly missing out on 2017’s inaugural ARA championship to Subaru teammates Travis Pastrana and Robbie Durant. The UK-based team came fast out of the gate at the season-opening Oregon Trail Rally, winning thirteen of the event’s twenty stages and securing the overall victory by more than six minutes. However, the following month’s Olympus Rally proved a setback; a mechanical issue led to a DNF and opened the door for teammate Patrik Sandell to take the event win and move within a point of Higgins’ early championship lead.

With five events remaining, Higgins and Drew mounted a midseason offensive that would ultimately prove insurmountable. A dominant drive at Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally reestablished their overall points lead, and another win on the rock-strewn mountain roads of New England Forest Rally made it three victories in four starts. Finally, a win over Pastrana and Robbie Durant at Minnesota’s Ojibwe Forests Rally – the same event where Pastrana had secured the 2017 championship – meant that Higgins could adopt a more conservative strategy for the season’s last two events to bring home the overall title. With a second-place finish behind Sandell at Idaho Rally, Higgins and Drew earned enough points to render the season-ending Tour de Forest Rally a championship formality.¥

“Coming into this year, our number one objective was to win a championship,” said Higgins. “We knew we’d get a challenge from our teammates throughout the season, and there were some new events on the calendar this year, so we expected some ups and downs. It’s tough because as a driver you always want to go flat out for stage wins and event victories, but Craig (Drew) and I just had to trust our strategy so we could focus on bringing home the trophy. Lots of credit to the Subaru team for keeping the #75 (rally car) in good order, and we’ll look forward to our title defense next year!”

The 2018 ARA crown represents Higgins’ ninth overall rally championship in the U.S. and seventh with Subaru. This season’s title is also the seventh for Craig Drew – moving him into a tie as the winningest rally co-driver in U.S. history – and the twelfth rally championship in the last 13 seasons for Subaru Rally Team USA and Vermont SportsCar.



PRESS RELEASE: September 16, 2018


Boise, I.D. - Subaru Rally Team USA driver Patrik Sandell held off his Subaru teammate David Higgins on the dusty, serpentine roads of the 2018 Idaho Rally International to earn his second rally victory of the year. Sandell, with co-driver Per Almkvist, traded stage victories all weekend with Higgins and his co-driver Craig Drew. The dueling crews, each at the wheel of 2018 Subaru WRX STI rally cars, contended with extremely dusty conditions which slowed Higgins just enough on Sunday for Sandell to hold on for the victory. With a second-place overall finish in Idaho, Higgins and Drew mathematically secured the 2018 American Rally Association (ARA) Championship with one rally still to run.

The Idaho Rally International was a new addition to the national ARA calendar this year, after running as a regional-level event for several years. As a result, most national-level teams - including the Subaru entries of Higgins and Sandell - arrived with no previous course knowledge or stage notes, making for a level playing field. The roads in and around Idaho City proved to be some of the narrowest and most technical rally stages ever run in the ARA championship, providing a big challenge for the drivers. Hanging dust was also a major factor throughout the event. Sandell took a small lead after the second stage of the rally and then extended that lead on Sunday, as Higgins and Drew, running in second position on the road, were forced to slow down in places due to poor visibility. Although Higgins drove hard and fought back some time on the event’s final stages, Sandell was able to secure the win with a twenty-four second margin of victory.

“So much fun!,” exclaimed Sandell at the podium. “I’m so grateful to Subaru for giving me the opportunity to drive this rally. Rally is really my roots and my passion, so being able to come off with a fair win is great. It was a great fight with David all through the weekend and we just tried to maintain the lead with a big push in the morning and it was just enough to make it work out! You have to have everything go your way to have a chance at beating David and Craig, they are super talented.”

“This was a really rough and demanding rally with some great twisty roads,” explained Higgins. “We struggled at times with dust and we had a big compression on a bump that nearly knocked the wind out of us in the car, so we are glad it’s over to be honest! Obviously it was good to seal the championship, since that was the main aim.”

The win in Idaho means Sandell is two-for-two in rally this season, after winning the Olympus Rally earlier this spring. Sandell’s focus for Subaru Rally Team USA in 2018 is Rallycross, but he has crossed over to join the team’s stage rally efforts when the schedule for the Americas Rallycross (ARX) series permits. As a former Junior World Rally Champion, Sandell has had a long and successful history in international rally competition.

Higgins and Sandell will have a rematch next month at the final round of the 2018 ARA Championship at the Tour de Forest Rally, to be held October 6-7 in Olympia, Washington. Tour de Forest is another new event for 2018, but will be run in the same area and on similar roads as the legendary Olympus Rally, which Sandell won earlier this year.

Full coverage of Subaru Rally Team USA is available on the Subaru Motorsports App. To download from the iTunes App store, click here, for Android App on Google Play store, click here. Follow the team on Instagram @srtusa, on Twitter @srtusa, and on facebook.



PRESS RELEASE: August 25th, 2018


Detroit Lakes, M.N. - Subaru driver David Higgins and co-driver Craig Drew drove yet another faultless rally to take a dominating win at the 2018 Ojibwe Forests Rally, earning their third straight victory and fourth total of the 2018 American Rally Association (ARA) season. Higgins led from the start of the rally in his Subaru WRX STI and then expertly managed his lead to take victory on the technical Minnesota dirt roads. Higgins’ teammate and rival Travis Pastrana, with co-driver Robbie Durant, made a rare mistake on the opening stage and was forced to miss the first day of action before re-joining the rally the next day.

The twisty Ojibwe stages are some of the most challenging of the year, featuring narrow, dusty roads that wind through the lakes and overgrown forests of northern Minnesota. The fight for the 2017 ARA championship came down to the final stage of the Ojibwe Forests Rally last year between Higgins and Pastrana, with Pastrana narrowly coming out on top. This year the event sits earlier in the ARA calendar, with two events remaining in the championship season.

“It’s always more fun when you can drive maximum attack, but when you have a good lead it’s really important to manage that all day,” explained Higgins at the podium celebration. “The car has been perfect all rally, so a big thanks to the team for that again. I’m happy to get the win and the points and we’re looking forward to the next event in Idaho.”

The expected close battle between Higgins and Pastrana never came to fruition as Pastrana was caught out on the very slippery opening stage and clipped a concealed cement block. Although he would power through the remainder of the stage, suspension damage to the #199 Subaru would force Pastrana and Durant to retire from the day’s remaining stages. Higgins would press on, taking the lead and managing it for the remainder of the event, while Pastrana re-joined on the second day and went ‘maximum-attack’ to secure overall fastest times on most of the Day 2 stages.

“Well that’s not the way you want to start a rally. With the rain we weren’t sure how slippery it would be, and it ended up being pretty slick! I came around the corner wide and saw what I thought was a soft hay bale barrier. Nope,” explained Travis Pastrana. “But the team got the car back together and we had an epic second day. We drove our butts off, we had nothing to lose and the other guys did, but at the end of the day we had a lot of fun. A huge thanks to the team for not only letting me drive, but this morning I asked if I could go full attack today and John Buffum (Team Manager, Subaru Rally Team USA) said ‘drive it like you stole it.’ That was awesome!”

The next ARA round for Subaru Rally Team USA is the Idaho Rally, a new event to the national calendar, to be held September 14-15 in Boise, Idaho. Subaru Rally Team USA will enter David Higgins and Patrik Sandell, with Higgins looking to secure his first ARA national championship.



PRESS RELEASE: July 22, 2018

Higgins and Drew top podium at NEFR

Day two of the New England Forest Rally brings the rally west to the logging roads of Maine and New Hampshire. These roads are incredibly quick and technical. They can make for some remarkably rough stages as well as some of the smoothest of the weekend. The terrain varies and twists its way through roads normally travelled by logging trucks. After a load of mechanical issues suffered by both cars on the rough stages last year at this event both crews are looking to have a simple and clean day without drama.

David Higgins and Craig Drew started the day in first position and stayed there for the remainder of the rally. Higgins summed the rally up at the end of Saturdays stages “Just a really good rally for us. We knew what we had to do, we pushed hard, got the lead and did a good job managing it. Not a single thing went wrong all weekend which is rare for this rally, so a big hat tip to Charlie and the boys at Vermont SportsCar for keep my WRX STI in good order.”

Meanwhile Travis Pastrana and Robbie Durant started the day with a plan to keep the car on the road and increase their speed throughout the day as the pair reacclimated to the car for the first time this season. The duo won multiple stages throughout the day and were on the heels of Higgins and Drew when they weren’t ahead of them. Unfortunately, a timecard penalty was assessed at the end of the day and the pair was moved back into third overall for the event.

SRTUSA takes home first and third position at NEFR this year and is looking forward to the next event of the ARA Championship, the Ojibwe Forests Rally located in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.




PRESS RELEASE: June 5, 2018

Higgins and Drew Win at STPR

Subaru Rally Team USA claimed victory at the 2018 Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally (STPR) under the lights of the Tioga County Fairgrounds late Saturday evening. The #75 WRX STI of David Higgins 75 and Craig Drew 75 set down consistently quick stage times all day and took the top position on the podium. This now makes David Higgins the winningest driver ever at STPR, having won eight times at this event.

Both cars started the day feeling out their setups for the varying road surfaces of the event, Chris Atkinson knew early on that he wouldn’t be able to match the pace of Higgins and decided to get comfortable on the roads at a safe pace. He gave his thoughts during the first service of the day “We really struggled for good feeling. For me I took no risks at all, cruised along. There was no point to take risks.”

Atkinson and Prévot were new to the event this year and had trouble pushing on the fast paced and high-risk stages with just one pass of recce to make notes from. They knew they would be off pace of Higgins and Drew but still put down solid times and held a respectable second position overall for the entire afternoon until a minor mechanical issue caused the pair to relinquish their position to their competition.

Meanwhile, Higgins and Drew found their pace by stage 8, and put down an impressive time, besting Atkinson and Prévot by more than 40 seconds, and privateer Barry McKenna by more than a minute on this single stage alone. On stage 9, Higgins and Drew again were on full attack, aggressively closing the gap between them and rally leaders Barry McKenna and Leon Jordan. However, later on stage 9, McKenna suffered a rally ending off.

Craig Drew recapped the second loop of stages for the day during service “We had a really good run. We had to catch Mckenna. At the second stage towards the end of the stage, we saw Barry was off. As soon as we saw him off, we had an immediate change of game plan to get the car to finish the stage. After that we took it steady.”

David Higgins and Craig Drew now lead the 2018 American Rally Association Championship once again. The next event, the New England Forest Rally (NEFR), takes place July 20-21 and Higgins and Drew will be looking to attack the stages at full tilt. Make sure to stay tuned for updates from future events!

PRESS RELEASE: May 21, 2018


Subaru Rally Team USA driver Patrik Sandell has earned a victory at the legendary Olympus Rally on his debut stage rally event with Subaru. Sandell, with co-driver Per Almkvist, drove the #18 Subaru WRX STI rally car for the first time in competition and were quick straight away and took advantage of attrition among their closest challenges to earn the victory. Sandell’s teammate David Higgins lead the rally early before a mechanical problem dropped him from contention.

“It’s been a challenging weekend and I’m so happy to get the win with Subaru here. Driving for Subaru in stage rally has always been a dream of mine and to debut with a win is a great feeling,” explained Sandell at the podium. “It’s been a while since I competed at this high-level in rally, but together with Per (Almkvist) we put some good notes together and we were fast and smooth and stayed out of trouble. The team’s Subaru WRX STI is an amazing car to drive, we had a lot of fun!”

The Olympus Rally was Sandell’s first taste of stage rallying in the USA after being signed by Subaru in 2017 to drive primarily for the team’s rallycross efforts. Although his recent focus has been on rallycross Sandell is stage rally veteran; his accomplishments include winning the Swedish Junior Rally Championship in 2004, the Swedish N3 Rally Championship in 2005 and then the Junior World Rally Championship in 2006. In 2010, he also finished second overall in the S-WRC.

The Olympus Rally, held in scenic western Washington, has a storied past. The rally was part of the first US Rally Championship in 1973 and later ran as a World Rally Championship event from 1986-1988 during the sport’s legendary Group B days. The Olympus Rally is as grueling as ever with over 125 miles of technical, tree-lined forest roads.

Subaru driver David Higgins and co-driver Craig Drew were on pace to take the victory at Olympus, after leading the rally comfortably after the first few stages. However, a minor mechanical problem took them out of contention before the conclusion of Saturday’s stages.

The 2018 ARA series continues at the Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally June 1-2, where team drivers David Higgins and Chris Atkinson will represent Subaru.

The remaining 2018 ARA Series schedule:

Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally ----- June 1-2, 2018
New England Forest Rally ----- July 20-21, 2018
Ojibwe Forests Rally ----- August 24-25, 2018
Idaho Rally ----- September 14-15, 2018
Tour de Forest Rally ----- October 6-7, 2018



PRESS RELEASE: April 23, 2018

Higgins and Drew Dominate, With Seventh Oregon Trail Rally Win in the Past Eight Years

Subaru Rally Team USA driver David Higgins and co-driver Craig Drew continued their dominance of the Oregon Trail Rally, winning the 2018 edition of the event for the seventh time in the last eight years at the wheel of their Vermont SportsCar-prepared 2018 Subaru WRX STI rally car. The Oregon Trail Rally, regarded as one of the most scenic and challenging rallies in the USA represented round one of the 2018 American Rally Association series. It was the perfect start to Higgins and Drew’s 2018 driver’s championship campaign as the duo attempt to earn their seventh championship together while driving for Subaru.

“I’m happy to get the win and it was great to be back in my Subaru again,” explained Higgins at the podium. “Today was a proper Sunday drive just trying to manage our lead! We stayed clear of any problems and our Subaru STI was perfect. This rally is a joy to drive, it has a little bit of everything and the fans are fantastic.” The win was Higgins’ seventh in the past eight years, and his ninth career Oregon win from ten starts.

“After 8 months off we were worried about getting back into a rhythm after so long, but the whole weekend has gone perfectly to plan,” said co-driver Craig Drew. “It’s a perfect start to our 2018 campaign and hopefully we can get the crown back this year.”

An expected tight battle with the other Subaru team car of former Subaru World Rally Team star driver Chris Atkinson and his veteran co-driver Stéphane Prévot was short lived after a mechanical issue sidelined Atkinson for a portion of Saturday’s stages. Atkinson would return for Sunday’s stages and although he was out of the running for an overall result Atkinson went fastest on six of eight stages while also growing more comfortable with his Subaru in what was his USA rally debut. Atkinson has been competing in Rallycross for Subaru for the past two years but had yet to compete in a stage rally event.

Higgins and Drew began the rally on a charge, going fastest on three of the first four stages at the fan friendly mix-surfaced stages at Portland International Raceway. With teammate Atkinson just seconds behind them they could not afford to let up on the second day’s action, however once Atkinson was sidelined with a mechanical issue Higgins and Drew found themselves with over a 30 second lead to the closest challenger. From there Higgins slowly increased his lead without taking big risks as his rivals all lost some time with vehicle issues. It was a textbook victory for Higgins and Drew as their race-craft coupled with their on-demand outright speed proved yet again the formula for victory.

Subaru Rally Team USA will stay in the Pacific Northwest for next month’s legendary Olympus Rally, May 19-20 based around Olympia Washington. Subaru Rally Team USA will enter the #75 Subaru STI for Higgins/Drew with the second team car being driven by Subaru Rallycross driver and former Junior World Rally Champion Patrik Sandell with co-driver Per Almkvist.



PRESS RELEASE: February 15, 2018

Subaru Rally Team USA Confirms 2018 American Rally Association Series Campaign

- Defending Champions will return to the ARA series with a 2-car team
- David Higgins to return with a full-time effort with teammate Travis Pastrana entering select rounds
- Subaru will enter former WRC stars Chris Atkinson and Patrik Sandell at select rallies

Subaru Rally Team USA (SRTUSA) is pleased to confirm it will return to the American Rally Association (ARA) Series in 2018 with a multi-car effort utilizing 2018 Subaru WRX STI rally cars prepared by technical partner Vermont SportsCar. The team’s efforts will be spearheaded by multi-time rally champions David Higgins and co-driver Craig Drew, who will enter all seven rounds of the 2018 ARA series. Defending 2017 ARA Driver’s Champion Travis Pastrana and co-driver Robbie Durant will join Higgins in a second team car at select rounds, owing to schedule commitments with his Nitro Circus live-event tour. SRTUSA will provide entries at select ARA rounds for former World Rally Championship star Chris Atkinson and former Junior World Rally Champion Patrik Sandell.

“Rally continues to offer both an exciting and challenging way to showcase Subaru production car technologies,” stated Subaru motorsports manager Rob Weir. “We’re fortunate to have a stable of proven rally drivers to complete a two-car team at all ARA rounds to defend our championship title.”

The 2018 ARA season kicks off at the scenic Oregon Trail Rally on April 20-22 where Subaru Rally Team USA will enter David Higgins and Chris Atkinson to mount their championship defense. The Australian rally star Atkinson is no stranger to Subaru’s motorsports programs. Between 2005 and 2008, he was the factory driver for Subaru World Rally Team alongside the 2003 WRC champion Petter Solberg. Atkinson has earned 41 WRC stage wins and 6 WRC podiums including podiums at the famous Monte Carlo Rally and Rally Mexico. Subaru signed Atkinson in late 2016 as part of the team’s rallycross efforts, where he was joined by Patrik Sandell last year, but neither driver has yet to enter any stage rallies on behalf of the team.

“I’m really excited about this opportunity to do a rally in the USA, having had a glimpse through rallycross of how awesome the Subaru fans are in this part of the world, the atmosphere will be amazing,” stated Atkinson. “It’s been a while since I’ve done a high-speed rally and I don’t underestimate the challenge, but know we have a great team and car so it will be fun. A big thanks to Subaru of America and Vermont Sportscar for this opportunity.”

In addition to the five returning ARA events the series will debut two new events in which Subaru Rally Team USA is looking forward to; The Idaho Rally (Sept 14-15) and the Tour de Forest Rally, based in Olympia and Shelton, Washington, (October 6-7). The revived Tour de Forest event, last run in 1983, represents an exciting new challenge for ARA competitors, placing teams on stage roads unseen in rally competition for thirty-five years.

The complete 2018 ARA Series schedule:
1. Oregon Trail Rally ----- April 20-22, 2018
2. Olympus Rally ----- May 19-20, 2018
3. Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally ----- June 1-2, 2018
4. New England Forest Rally ----- July 20-21, 2018
5. Ojibwe Forests Rally ----- August 24-25, 2018
6. Idaho Rally ----- September 15-16, 2018
7. Tour de Forest Rally ----- October 6-7, 2018




Ride shotgun with Subaru Team Driver Travis Pastrana as he attempts to set a new record at the Mt. Washington Hill Climb.
It's a race against the clock up the tallest peak in the Northeast with high winds, steep cliffs, and speeds of up to 115 mph.



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