Everything You Need To Know About The Olympus Rally 2022 – DirtFish


At 122 stage miles, Olympus will be the longest rally of the season so far. The Parc Exposé takes place Saturday morning at 8:00 am in Downtown Shelton, WA with the first car hitting the stage at 9:50 am.

Saturday consists of two loops of three stages each, followed by back-to-back runs on the famous Nahwatzel stage, which is over 15 miles long.

Sunday will be shorter and will start just as early with a short parc synopsis at Ridge Motorsports Park, where service will also take place on both days. There will be two stage loops, each consisting of Dayton, SIP SuperSpecial and the infamous Wildcat.

Unfortunately, due to the stage conditions, Wildcat was already declaimed as the first six miles were ruled unusable due to deep mud. But the remaining 12 miles will certainly cause problems for the competitors, as the second test run will also be the Power Stage, where drivers can earn up to five additional championship points for a win.

Saturday 23.4

SS1 Kuhnle Up (7.14 miles) 0953
SS2 Shepherd Long (10.73 miles) 1023
SS3 Deckerville Reverse Short (6.27 miles) 1056
SS4 Kuhnle Up (7.14 miles) 1323
SS5 Shepherd Long (10.73 miles) 1353
SS6 Deckerville Reverse Short (6.27 miles) 1426
SS7 Nahwatzel (15.46 miles) 1628
SS8 Nahwatzel (15.46 miles) 1837

Sunday 24.4

SS9 Dayton (8.80 miles) 0853
SS10 SIP Super Special (1.45 miles) 0931
SS11 Wildcat (11.47 miles) 1034
SS12 Dayton (8.80 miles) 1306
SS13 SIP Super Special (1.45 miles) 1344
SS14 Wildcat (11.47 miles) 1447

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