ProRally: 2004 SCCA ProRally championship to air on SPEED

TOPEKA, Kan. (May 6, 2004) - Sports Car Club of America, Inc. released today its television schedule for the 2004 SCCA ProRally Championship Presented by Hot Wheels(r), which will air on SPEED Channel. "We are very pleased to announce that the...

TOPEKA, Kan. (May 6, 2004) - Sports Car Club of America, Inc. released today its television schedule for the 2004 SCCA ProRally Championship Presented by Hot Wheels(r), which will air on SPEED Channel.

"We are very pleased to announce that the SCCA ProRally Championship will once again be broadcast on SPEED Channel," SCCA Vice-President of Marketing Garret Mudd said. "This season, the new show format allows us to showcase all of the action and adrenaline of the country's premier rally series. Rally has attracted a whole new type of motorsports enthusiast, and SCCA is excited to be able to take the lead in developing the popularity of the sport in the United States."

The slate calls for a half-hour format, all of which will show numerous highlights of teams tackling terrain ranging from snow berms at Sno*Drift to the rocky, canyon roads of Southern California to the narrow logging trails of western Maine. The shows will also feature expanded coverage of the overall ProRally field. Each tape-delayed program will be shown on designated Saturdays, beginning with January's frigid Sno*Drift ProRally set for Saturday, May 15, at 3 p.m. (EDT).

The rest of the remaining events will be shown in their run order, wrapping up with the Lake Superior ProRally Saturday, November 13, at 4 p.m. (EDT).

"SCCA wants to thank Subaru and Dodge for their participation in underwriting the programs and their ongoing support of rallying in the United States," Mudd said. "Manufacturer involvement has played an essential role in the sport's advancement in recent years and this is another example of commitment by these groups to see the continued growth of rally in the future."

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