AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS RALLY
Day 63 in Northern Michigan, July 2, 2000
Photos and web pages by Barney Gaylord
Appearantly the SECOND priority objective of this rally is to follow a prescribed route at a specified average speed and arive at unspecified checkpoints at exactly the right time. The FIRST proprity would be to survive the rest of the rally so that you can say that you have indeed driven your car around the world in 80 days.
The MGA With an Attitude met this rally in the upper penninsula of Michigan and chased the rally through the forests and back roads for 500 miles to obtain these pictures for your enjoyment.
For daily reports and standings for the entire rally, check the official ATW Rally web site:
Click on small pictures for BIGGER pictures. - Small ones are 5K. Larger ones average 44K.
Follow the green arrows to see ALL of the pictures.