Rallybucket, Play in the dirt for dirt cheap

A bucket and a running donor for the combined sum of $450.

Rallybucket is an unoffical offshoot of the Washington D.C. region SCCA rallycross program designed to introduce new drivers into the world of rally with the least amount of initial investment.
Partcipants are required to have a vehicle which cost less then $1250 to compete within the Rallybucket class. The $1250 included modifcation cost. Replacement of wear items such as suspension bushing, struts, brake pads, as well as maintence items are not considered part of the $1250 budget. Rally tires are permitted but are be deducted from the alotted budget. Take-off rally tires can usually be sourced cheaply from higher budegt rally teams.
Drivers compete in the DC ragion rallycross events at summit point motorsport park. They must be SCCA members and they will be competing wthin the season points series. NO LOWEST SCORE WILL BE DROPPED IN FIGURING SEASON POINTS WITHIN THE RALLYBUCKET CLASS. This means it is vital to attend each and every event to have the change to win the class championship. The class will have a cash prize that is to be determined and will be supplied by several class sponsors. There is also the potential for product sponsorship for class finishers and even a class random raffle of a cash amount for participants at the end of the season. (entries would recieve one name entry into the raffle for each event that they partcipate in).



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