Subaru Rally Team USA driver Travis Pastrana took the win, Rockstar Energy’s Tanner Foust was second and Polish driver Andi Mancin finished third to score his first U.S. podium.
“This was the first event this season that we didn’t make the podium and that is a disappointment,” said Comrie-Picard. “The competition is amazing and I have to hand it to Andi Mancin, he drove a great race.”
The Oregon Trail Rally took place over 100 miles of competition on a course that includes a mix of twisty, hard packed forest conditions and wide open farming roads. The Mount Hood area’s hilly terrain meant a lot of elevation changes throughout the contest. The conditions were sunny and bright, making for dry and dusty roads and a visibility challenge for teams.
Team ACP Rally uses K&N Engineering products, such as the racing air fillters, on their vehicles. “I’ve used K&N since I began Rally racing more than a decade ago,” said Comrie-Picard. “We compete under tough conditions, with dust, mud and water splashes. We do the most extreme things we can do in a car and K&N is the perfect formula for our turbo charged motors. There is no compromise with K&N.”
Next, the team heads north for Round 2 of the Canadian Rally Championship, the Rocky Mountain Rally on May 29-30. Team ACP then heads back to the United States in June for the Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally in Pennsylvania.
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