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Local Racing Talent Preps for STPR!

Drivers prepare for the year's biggest, high-intensity racing event our county!

 

by Andrew Moore - May 26, 2014

This weekend, Tioga County will be hosting the Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally. This unique racing event takes place every year and brings in drivers and spectators from all over the world.

With the race quickly approaching, Home Page found the opportunity to meet with a couple of our local drivers. Charles Tameris and Tony Zanni of Twisted Nut Racing gave us an inside look at their car, their goal for this year’s competition, and thank-you’s to their sponsors. Driver Tony Esposito also joined us for an interview, along with his Co-Driver, Philip Barnes and Crew Chief, Jim Watkins.

Rallying is a form of auto racing that takes place on public or private roads with modified or specially built road-legal cars. This racing is distinguished by its point-to-point format in which participants and their co-drivers drive between set control points called special stages. Each driver leaves the starting point of each stage at set intervals, and their completion time – from start to finish – for that stage is recorded. The race is won by the driver with the shortest total completion time of all the stages.

For more information about spectator points, the racing participants & more, visit STPR.org!

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