I must have been standing right next to you. I was up the hill to the right of the main road. I had on a cheap clear Acura poncho and white pants/shoes...now a nice muddy colorImpressed said:Hey neisius: I WAS THERE MAY 3RD, ALSO. Top of Spunky Canyon Road in the Angeles National Forest. 2.5 mile walk (one way) rain, 35-45 mph wind, temp in the mid 40's. Soaking wet from 1 pm till 5 pm (delayed race) and didn't see one car, as like most people, I finally gave up. It was, uh, . . . . . interesting.
check out the race notesIn order to help one of the course workers who suffered from hypothermia because of the cold and rainy weather, the EMT's were forced to go backwards down a stage, resulting in the cancellation of stages four and five for the ClubRally competitors. The downpour and cold temperatures not only caused worker problems, but made the stages that much more slippery and rough. However, spectator area marshall Gary Gooch, a former ProRally champion himself, reported that several hundred hearty fans turned out to watch the cars struggle down stages three and five.