Alternating between blizzards and spring-like temperatures, it’s certainly been an interesting winter in the U.S.’s Northeast. For 2016, the winter rally in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania was run by the Sports Car Club of America in its inaugural RallySprint event. SCCA brought the RallySprint name back in 2015, renaming the annual event to the Waste Management Winter RallySprint. The “rally light” format runs events on private property with no public transits, reducing costs and liabilities to organizers and competitors while providing an important step between autocross and full stage rallies. It’s a great test run for driving teams and their crews as well volunteers, providing a taste of what it really takes to compete in championship stage rallies. Waste Management also hosts the first two stages of the summertime STPR full stage rally.  [READ FULL STORY]

Surviving changing road conditions that started off icy and hard and finished slushy, muddy and rough, driver Jon Kramer, from Ligonier, Pennsylvania, and co-driver Jason Smith, piloted their Subaru Impreza four-wheel-drive turbo to victory in the first-ever Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Waste Management Winter RallySprint Sunday in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. [READ FULL STORY]
The Waste Management Winter Rally is now the Waste Management Winter RallySprint for 2016, reflecting a new format and a change of sanctioning body. The event, which is part of February 18 – 21, 2016 Wellsboro Winter Celebration, will be held on Saturday, February 20, with headquarters at the Tioga County Fairgrounds in Whitneyville, Pennsylvania. [READ FULL STORY]