“The one-day basic regional was set to feature five stages and just under 50 miles of competition roads, but a crash on SS4 would cancel the fifth stage on Saturday. Nevertheless, the Boone Forest Rally proved as tricky a rally as any on the ARA schedule, with only half of the 26-car field finishing the event.
Atop the leaderboard was Martell, who was driving in only his second ARA event. But Martell has a championship pedigree, winning an ARX Lites championship in 2018. He also brought a championship co-driver along for the ride in 2022 and now 2023 Green APU National Rally Championship co-driver champion Keaton Williams.”
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