Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. Wins the 2019 A.R.A. National Championship Series


(Houghton, MI) The American Rally Association, is a non-profit organization.  Additionally, it is the official sanctioning body of stage rally racing, in the United States of America.  Furthermore, the American Rally Association is managed by the United States Auto Club (U.S.A.C.).  Stage rally or rally racing is a type of motorsport.  It is set apart by the fact that, a race is held on public or private roads.  Additionally, the conventional circuit format is not followed.  Instead, a stage format is used.  The rally race is not won, by simply driving faster than the other cars.  The traditional final racing event of the A.R.A. National Championship Series, is the Lake Superior Performance Rally (L.S.P.R.).  Recently, Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. announced that, it is very familiar with the 2019 Lake Superior Performance Rally.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has won the 2019 A.R.A. National Championship Series.  The latter, is an accomplishment that was achieved by Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. driver, David Higgins.  Additionally, Craig Drew is Higgins’s co-driver.  Overall, the 2019 championship title is the tenth career championship title, for driver David Higgins. 
            David Higgins’s tenth career A.R.A. National Championship Series Championship, is also, the thirteenth championship title in the last fourteen years; for Subaru Motorsports U.S.A.  As a driver and co-driver for Subaru Motorsports U.S.A., David Higgins and Craig Drew, have won eight championship titles.  Additionally, the length of the tenure is in its ninth year.  However and returning to; Lake Superior Performance Rally (L.S.P.R.), the aforementioned and as previously said, is the traditional final racing event of the A.R.A. National Championship Series.  The 2019 L.S.P.R. was held between October 18th and the 19th, 2019.  The location is Houghton, Michigan U.S.A.  The length of this rally racing event is 130 competition miles, or, 250 transit miles.  The actual racing surface is a combination of gravel, and, tarmac.  As the traditional final racing event, the autumn’s foliage usually provides a colorful backdrop.  Additionally, the weather adds another competitive factor.  This is due to the fact that, the weather is unpredictable.  Therefore; sunshine, rain or snow are all possible during the Lake Superior Performance Rally. 
            Returning to; the 2019 A.R.A. National Championship Series, the aforementioned and as previously said, was concluded at the L.S.P.R.  Interestingly, the 2019 L.S.P.R. was actually won by a Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. teammate.  Oliver Solberg is the teammate, and, he finished the 2019 A.R.A. National Championship Series in third place.  However, at the beginning of the 2019 L.S.P.R. that was not the case.  In fact, Higgins and Solberg did start off in a head to head, fight.  Regrettably and after the first stage, there wasn’t much of a fight.  Higgins easily won the first four stages of this rally racing event.  It was bad luck that, ultimately changed things.  Higgins crashed into a tree stump, during the fifth stage.  The suspension system became damaged, and, Solberg won the 2019 Lake Superior Performance Rally. 
            To end, Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. is managed by Vermont Sports Car.  Additionally, it did release press statements.  Oliver Solberg is a Driver at Subaru Motorsports U.S.A.  Through a press statement, Mr. Solberg said the following.  “It’s been a long season, and a fantastic season!  Last race of the year, and we won it.  It’s just amazing to end it on this high.  Thanks to Subaru and thanks to Vermont SportsCar for this incredible experience.”  David Higgins is a Driver at Subaru Motorsports U.S.A.  Through a press statement, Mr. Higgins said the following.  “From the beginning of the season our focus has been on the championship.  Of course it’s disappointing not to end the season with the performance we wanted, especially here at LSPR where we’ve won in the past, but I’m very proud to have earned my tenth title.  We put together strong events when we needed to, and lots of credit to Craig and the rest of the team for all their hard work this year as well.”  As previously stated, Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. recently announced that, it is very familiar with the 2019 Lake Superior Performance Rally.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has won the 2019 A.R.A. National Championship Series.  The latter, is an accomplishment that was achieved by Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. driver, David Higgins.  Additionally, Craig Drew is Higgins’s co-driver.  Overall, the 2019 championship title is the tenth career championship title, for driver David Higgins.  Lastly, the 2019 championship title is also the thirteenth, for Subaru Motorsports U.S.A. 

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10/26/2019

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