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David Higgins wins big at Oregon Trail Rally

Toni Avery
May 8, 2013

David Higgins (co-driver Craig Drew), driving the BFGoodrich Tires-shod 2013 Subaru WRX STI, is moving towards winning his third straight championship by taking victory at the Oregon Trail Rally. Not only will this be his third straight championship win, Higgins has also won the Oregon Trail Rally all five times he has participated including the past three in a row. Coming in second place was Ken Block/ Alessandro Gelsomino while third was taken by Rifat Sungkar/ Marshall Clarke.

The Oregon Trail Rally is the only race in the series that stretches over a three day span. Consisting of seventeen different stages, the event starts at the Portland International Raceway and ends in the area around Dufur, Oregon.

The next Rally America event will be held in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania on May 31st.

By Toni Avery
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