2019 Cochrane Winter Rally Statement:
Welcome to the Calgary Sports Car Clubs first performance stage rally of the year. The event is a qualifying round for all the major local Championships. So please don’t delay in sending your entry as there are only 30 entries available.
We look forward to sharing a great rally weekend with everyone.
2019 Cochrane Winter Rally Entry List
Classes: 7 O4WD | 5 O2WD | 4 P4WD | 1 P2WD | 1 GR5
Marques: 8 SUBARU | 3 FORD | 3 MITSUBISHI | 2 VW | 1 GENESI
No Car Driver Co-Driver Vehicle Class Team
1 1 Warwick Patterson Krista Skucas 1971 Ford Escort MK1 O2WD N Formula Photographic Rallying
2 2 Pete Chadwick Peter Brook 2000 VW Beetle O2WD N YesMiLady Rally Team
3 3 John Munroe Bill Dubreuil 2015 Ford Fiesta R1.5 P2WD E Rally Syndicate
4 5 Rob Hnatiw TBD TBD O4WD N TBD
5 6 Steve Wadley Amanda Ann 1998 Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS O4WD E Atomic Racing
6 7 Matt Bobyn Dan Bobyn 1996 VW Golf GTI O2WD E Hummel Rally
7 8 Krystian Ostrowski Chris Galecki 07 Subaru WRX STI O4WD E PRM Rally Team
8 9 Joel Cates Tiffany MacDonald 2000 Subaru 2.5RS P4WD E Hashtag Rallycar
9 10 Vilnis Dimpers Liga Kotane 2005 Mitsubishi EVO 8 P4WD E LVRT
10 11 Rob Behan Charmaine McKean 2011 Subaru Impreza STI P4WD N 1000turnsonce
11 12 Wim van der Poel Bryan Lord 2015 Ford Fiesta R2 O2WD E Cronus Rally
12 13 Alexandre Kozlov Marin Matas 1995 Subaru STI O4WD E Scream Team
13 14 Graham Bruce Martin Burnley 2003 Mitsubishi EVO O4WD E Flash Point Rally
14 15 Jeremy Livingston Jamie Willets 2010 Genesis Coupe O2WD N B.S.R.C.
15 16 Czarek Kuczaj Arek Zub 92 Mitsubishi Eclipse Gr5 N Prm Rally Racing
16 17 Nate Sikora Kristy Donaldson 2000 Subaru Impreza RS O4WD E Landshark Rally
17 18 Clint Cook Lauren Fry 1999 Subaru 2.5RS P4WD N Team Stilin
18 19 Eric Grochowski Leanne Junnila 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX O4WD E Kamunen Racing Inc.
WD 4 Grant Hughes TBD 1995 BMW 325i O2WD E Rally.Build
Spectator information will be made available closer to the event!
One of the best ways to get into rallying and learn how and what to do is to volunteer to help out at an event.
There are many positions available, most not requiring any special knowledge (we’ll teach you anyway). From the registration table to timing controls and spectator control.
Volunteers are needed:
To help with competitor registration. To help with technical inspection of rally cars. To help with rally equipment for the event – signage, marking off stage areas, etc. To operate time controls – timing cars at stage starts, stage finishes and into the service parks. To secure the roads – ensuring that roads leading onto the stages are secure. The “best seats in the house to see the action” To host sponsor and media representatives. To help with spectator safety – marshals who ensure that spectators remain in the designated viewing locations and stay safe. To monitor service parks for safe practices and to ensure that spectators are not too close to competitor cars during service. Some positions need specialist skills. People with qualifications as amateur radio operators, emergency medical technicians, and advanced first aid are critical for event safety and security.
Friday March 1
1900 to 2000
Radio Operator Meeting
Training & Registration
2015 to 2115
Training & Registration