2009 Rally America season

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2009 Rally America
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Travis Pastrana claimed his fourth successive title, winning six of the season's nine rallies.

The 2009 Rally America season was the fifth season of Rally America. The season consisted of 9 rallies and began on January 30, with the Sno* Drift National Rally in Michigan. The final stage of Rally in the 100 Acre Wood was canceled due to impassable conditions.[1] With six victories, Travis Pastrana claimed his fourth Rally America championship in succession.


Dates Rally Winner
30–31 January Sno*Drift Travis Pastrana[2]
27–28 February Rally in the 100 Acre Wood Ken Block[3]
25–26 April Olympus Rally Travis Pastrana[4]
15–17 May Oregon Trail Rally Travis Pastrana[5]
5–6 June Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally Ken Block[6]
17–18 July New England Forest Rally Travis Pastrana[7]
2 August X Games 15 Kenny Bräck[8]
28–29 August Ojibwe Forests Rally Travis Pastrana[9]
19–20 September Rally Colorado Andrew Comrie-Picard[10]
16–17 October Lake Superior Rally Travis Pastrana[11]
  • † Though not a part of the Rally America season, nearly all competitors will be from Rally America.

X Games 15[edit]

The X Games whad a super stage rally event for their event. This marked 4th time the event was in the X Games, and featured at least 10 drivers from Rally America in head to head competition in a cross over course. 8 of the drivers have already been chosen, including Pastrana, Block, and Foust.[12]

Driver standings[edit]

Though Rally America runs 2 other classes, Super Production and Front Wheel Drive, these are not nearly as heavily contested.[13] Travis Pastrana secured his fourth straight championship during the Ojibwe Forests Rally. Foust and Comrie-Picard were unable to attend.

Driver Car Year Class Points
Travis Pastrana Subaru Impreza WRX STI 2009 Open 151
Andi Mancin Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2007 Open 97
Andrew Comrie-Picard Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2009 Open 86
Ken Block Subaru Impreza WRX STI 2009 Open 80
Tanner Foust Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2009 Open 62
William Bacon Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2006 Open 48
Mark Fox Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2006 Open 47
Patrick Moro Subaru Impreza WRX STI Open 45
Arkadiusz Gruszka Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Open 43

This is only a list of the top finishers, a full list with details can be seen at the Rally America website.[14]


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