Event 2 – Twin Peaks

The second stop in the 2011 Global RallyCross Championship – Twin Peaks – takes place April 15-16 at the Old Mill Adventure Park in Snoqualmie, WA. The venue is the site of a former Weyhauser paper mill built in 1910 and retains many of the historic buildings including the 500 foot long “planer” building through which Global RallyCross competitors will race. Once again the Global RallyCross track will feature the signature 70 foot gap jump for All Wheel Drive cars.

Friday, April 15th will feature head-to-head SuperRally action while Saturday’s main event will see up to six cars battle for RallyCross supremacy.

LOCATION | Old Mill Adventure Park: Snoqualmie, WA
DATE | April 15-16
CONDITIONS | Rural-industrial off-road: 40 per cent dirt, 60 per cent tarmac; drive-through structures Round 2 of the inaugural Global RallyCross Championship season, this event takes place in a rural-industrial location near Seattle that mixes industrial elements with short-course racing. The competition heats up for drivers hoping to race at X Games 17. Cars will run a dramatic mixed gravel and tarmac course through an industrial complex for racing unlike any seen before.


344WDTanner Foust11 Ford FiestaDana Point, CA
44WDMichael Jernberg2008 Skoda FabiaKinna, SWE
124WDStephan Verdier06 Subaru STiLong Beach, CA
764WDMarcus Dodd12 Hyundai VelosterPoole, UK
674WDRhys Millen12 Hyundai VelosterHuntington Beach, CA
1984WDArkadiusz “Art” Gruszka06 Mitsubishi EVO IXVilla Park, IL
334WDRichard Burton07 Subaru STiToronto, ON (CAN)
404WDDave Mirra2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STIGreenville, NC
1764WDAndi Mancin2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IXBielsko-Biala, POL
642WDRandy Zimmer96 Mazda MiataBuffalo, NY
552WDAndrew Sutherland95 Honda CivicValley Glen, CA
2842WDBryan Watson79 VW RabbitAllyn, WA
2WDMikael Eriksson2002 Porsche 911/996Jarfalla, SWE
1412WDSean Medcroft1986 Merkur XR4TiEdmonds, WA
462WDMathew Johnson04 Mazda RX-8San Diego, CA
2582WDKris Dahl1988 Honda CivicRenton, WA
418AWDJimmy Keeney2007 Subaru Impreza WRX STiColorado Springs, CO
AWDAndréas Eriksson2011 Ford FiestaNynäshamn, SWE
4662WDBrian Gottlieb1988 Toyota FX-16 GTSPortland, OR
6002WDDillon Van Way2002 Ford FocusCarencro, LA
1154WDJoseph Burke2006 Mitsubishi Evo 9 Powder Springs, GA
2WDDoug Folsom Beaverton, OR

Tanner Foust scored victory in front of a sell-out crowd at the Global RallyCross Championship on Saturday, after an action-packed two days of door-to-door racing at the Twin Peaks round.

Thousands of fans packed into the century-old Old Mill industrial complex near Seattle this Friday and Saturday for DiRT 3 Global RallyCross Championship:Twin Peaks, presented by Best Buy.

Foust piloted his Rockstar Energy Drink Ford Fiesta to the win in an all-star, six-car, all-wheel drive final that had the crowd up on their feet and cheering during close calls, multi-car jumps, and narrow passes.

In the Saturday all-wheel drive final, Foust’s teammate Andreas Eriksson was strong off the line in his Best Buy Ford Fiesta, and he was looking good for first place until he tagged the wall of the warehouse entrance and flattened a tire. Struggling to keep his car under control, Eriksson dropped back two positions to finish third, behind Swedish rallycross veteran Michael Jernberg in his Skoda Fabia.

In Friday’s head-to-head SuperRally competition, Eriksson took the win, while Foust finished in second place and Stephan Verdier drove his Crawford Performance STI into third-place overall.

In two-wheel drive, Saturday’s RallyCross competition saw Swedish driver Mikael Eriksson take his second class win of the weekend after a battle with Matthew “Mr. Spectacular” Johnson in his Nitro Circus Mazda RX8. Johnson finished second, while Dillon Van Way pushed his Ford Focus ahead of scrappy local driver Cody Crane’s Honda CRX for third.

13Andreas ErikssonS-AWD11/Ford/Fiesta
234Tanner FoustS-AWD11/Ford/Fiesta
312Stephane VerdierS-AWD06/Subaru/Sti
44Mikael JernbergS-AWD08/Skoda/Fabia
540Dave MirraS-AWD11/Subaru/Impreza
676Marcus DoddS-AWD12/Hyundai/Veloster
767Rhys MillenS-AWD12/Hyundai/Veloster
8418Jimmy KeeneyL-AWD07/Subaru/Impreza
9115Joseph BurkeL-AWD06/Mitsubishi/Evo IX
10198Arkadiusz GruszkaS-AWD06/Mitsubishi/Evo IX
1133Richard BurtonS-AWD07/Subaru/STi
12176Andi MancinS-AWD05/Mitsubishi/Evo IX

134Tanner FoustS-AWD11/Ford/Fiesta
24Mikael JernbergS-AWD08/Skoda/Fabia
33Andreas ErikssonS-AWD11/Ford/Fiesta
412Stephane VerdierS-AWD06/Subaru/STi
567Rhys MillenS-AWD12/Hyundai/Veloster
640Dave MirraS-AWD11/Subaru/Impreza
7115Joseph BurkeL-AWD06/Mitsubishi/Evo IX
8418Jimmy KeeneyL-AWD07/Subaru/Impreza
9198Arkadiusz GruszkaS-AWD06/Mitsubishi/Evo IX
1033Richard BurtonS-AWD07/Subaru/STi

1120Mikael ErikssonS-2WD02/Porsche/911
269Cody CraneL-2WD88/Honda /CRX
3=258Kris DahlL-2WD88/Honda/Civic
3=600Dillon Van WayS-2WD02/Ford/Focus
546Matthew JohnsonS-2WD04/Mazda/RX-8
664Randy ZimmerS-2WD96/Mazda Miata
7144Sean MedcroftS-2WD86/Merkur/XR4Ti
885Doug FolsomS-2WD79/Dodge/Omni
9466Brian GottliebL-2WD88/Toyota/FX-16 GTS

1120Mikael ErikssonS-2WD02/Porsche/911
246Matthew JohnsonS-2WD04/Mazda/RX-8
3600Dillon Van WayS-2WD02/Ford/Focus
4649Cody CraneL-2WD88/Honda/CRX
5258Kris DahlL-2WD88/Honda/Civic
664Randy ZimmerS-2WD96/Mazda/Miata
7141Sean MedcroftS-2WD86/Merkur/XR4Ti
8466Brian GottliebL-2WD88/Toyota/FX-16 GTS
985Doug FolsomS-2WD79/Dodge/Omni
10742Adam CraneL-2WDToyota/Corolla