100 Acre Wood

Dates: Mar 20, 2020 - Mar 21, 2020
Location: Salem, Steelville, and Potosi, Missouri
Length: 140 competition miles, 325 transit miles
Surface: GRAVEL
100 Acre Wood Rally ARA

Beginning in 1977, the 100 Acre Wood rally is famed for being one of the fastest stage rallies on the North American calendar. The stage roads feature challenging fast gravel sections that feature deep water crossings and extreme elevation changes. The 100 Acre Wood Rally features the infamous Cattle Guard Jump that sees cars fly over 100ft (30 meters). This rally is indeed named after the home of fictional character, Winnie the Pooh. Ken Block is known for this rally having won it 7 out of the 8 times that he has competed in it. It is also worth noting that this was the inaugural victory for Oliver Solberg and Subaru Motorsports USA in during the 2019 American Rally Association season.