DirtFish Continues Support of Canadian Rally Championship in 2018Motorsports | March 13, 2018
MARCH 8th, 2018 – The Canadian Association of Rallysport is pleased to welcome DirtFish as the Official Rally School Partner for the 2018 Canadian Rally Championship.
Nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range in the scenic town of Snoqualmie, WA, DirtFish Rally School was established in 2010 with the idea that the exciting sport of rally should be accessible to everyone. Armed with an immaculate fleet of all-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive Subaru vehicles, DirtFish is equipped to share with anyone the excitement of what a real rally car is capable of on a loose surface.
“The relationship with DirtFish is a great win-win program,” says John Hall, President of the Canadian Association of Rallysport. “For competitors looking to develop their skills, or fans wanting a taste of the sport, DirtFish is an obvious step in their journey. The DirtFish brand also provides the championship with excellent cross-promotion opportunities.”
As part of the partnership, CARS club members receive a 15% discount towards DirtFish classes when purchased during 2018 (discount code: CRC2018), and three-day courses will be recognized by CARS as a qualifying event towards National-level licenses. DirtFish will also be participating in a contingency sponsorship by providing a $300.00 certificate to the top novice driver from each event to be applied towards any DirtFish program.
“We are very excited to continue our partnership as the Official Rally School of the Canadian Rally Championship for the 2018 season,” said Trevor Wert, DirtFish Media Manager. “We feel that this has been a mutually beneficial partnership that adds to the sport, and both organizations have gained valuable exposure in the past years working together. It allows us to connect more with the rally community and share our brand with the enthusiasts who share our passion.”
The Canadian Rally Championship is a seven-round motorsport series held nationwide in a season that extends from February through December. Televised nationally in Canada on TSN and RDS, competitors compete in all conditions, on closed roads, in a wide variety of production-based cars. The Canadian Association of Rallysport (CARS) is the official sanctioning body for rallying in Canada.