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STPR 2014 – Fast Cars, Noble Hearts

by Sara Vogt - June 4, 2014

Today on Home Page we continue our STPR coverage with one of the women’s teams that participated in the weekend event. We followed Amanda Skelly and co-driver Elizabeth Cordara from the beginning to the end. Amanda told us her crew team is named after Matthew Noble Marker – a friend who passed away while doing what he loved most – rallying.

The women faced many difficulties on the forest stages, including dust, engine failure, and exhaust malfunctions. Near the end of the final stages, the Noble Star Rally team car was unable to continue without assistance. It was at this time they experienced the incredible camaraderie that makes rallying a “noble” sport. Fellow competitors Brian McNamara & Amber Stacy towed their vehicle for about twenty six miles, accepting penalty time on himself in exchange to help. The Noble Star Rally crew assisted Amanda and Liz in push-starting the car so they could continue down the hill to cross the finish line!

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