ProRally: Bill Gwynne to host American Rally School

Revered Rally Instructor Bill Gwynne to Host First American Rally School With SCCA TOPEKA, Kan. (Sept. 16, 2004) -- Sports Car Club of America's Performance Rally Department has announced that internationally renowned rally instructor Bill...

Revered Rally Instructor Bill Gwynne to Host First American Rally School With SCCA

TOPEKA, Kan. (Sept. 16, 2004) -- Sports Car Club of America's Performance Rally Department has announced that internationally renowned rally instructor Bill Gwynne will host his first American rally school at Heartland Park in Topeka, Kan., beginning Oct. 9.

The Bill Gwynne Rallyschool© International slate includes several different options including a two-day co-driver instructional course Oct. 9-10 and driving instruction ranging from two days up to five beginning Oct. 11.

Gwynne founded the world's first professional rally driving school in 1983 and has since put on schools in numerous countries in Europe, Asia and Africa.

"I'm really looking forward to working with SCCA and helping develop the driving and co-driving skills of its rally competitors," Gwynne said. "I hope this will be the first of many visits the Rallyschool makes to America."

School participants will be privileged to work not only with Gwynne and a team of other driving and co-driving coaches during the two-day course, but will also receive instruction on car set-up and maintenance during the three, four and five day sessions.

"There isn't anything in this course that won't benefit SCCA rallyists," SCCA Manager of Performance Rally Sue Robinson said. "To have the opportunity to not only learn the invaluable lessons being taught, but to hear it from the world's best is something that SCCA competitors should, and I think will, take full advantage of."

For more information regarding the Bill Gwynne Rallyschool International, contact Sue Robinson at 1-800-770-2055, or email Peter Gwynne at info@billgwynne.com.

-scca prorally-

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