Is the Road to Hell Paved?

The road to Hell…

There – you can see it, right there in that photo. The road to Hell. And as you can clearly see, it’s paved. With good intentions? You’ll need to run the first of the three 2020 USRRC rallies, Hell and Back, to determine that for yourself!

Hell and Back, the first of the three rallies comprising the 2020 USRRC, kicks off the weekend of rallying on Friday November 13. With the first car starting out at 12:01 PM from the USRRC rally headquarters at the Days Inn in Whitmore Lake, Michigan (9897 Main St, Whitmore Lake), Hell and Back will take the rallyists on a tour of some of south central Michigan’s favorite rally roads, including a trip through Hell.

OMG – so it turns out that this is really what Hell is like?

Rallymaster for Hell and Back is Scott Harvey Jr. Scott has decades of experience in rallying, in both stage and TSD forms. For the past 21 years Scott has put on the Son of Sno*Drift in early January, which has been an enormously popular winter rally with experienced and neophyte competitors alike. Scott’s rallies are intended as a challenge for both driver and navigator, with moderately brisk speeds over demanding roads requiring the driver’s full attention, and plentiful direction and speed changes to keep the navigator on his or her toes. But his rallies are novice friendly as well, accounting for the always strong novice turnouts for his events. Route instructions include mileages, tulips and text to help even the least experienced ensure that they stay on course.

There’s still two weeks before the USRRC, and still more than a week to register (online registration ends at midnight Sunday, November 8, and in consideration of the pandemic there’s no on-site, in person registration). So why not click here to head over to MotorsportReg and register to run one, two or all three of the USRRC rallies? Do it now!

You can view more information about the 2020 USRRC by clicking here to view an info page on the website.