Subaru Continues Relationship With Dirtfish Rally School
Looks like customers will still be able to get sideways in a Subaru WRX STI.
Subaru will continue its strong partnership with Dirtfish Rally School as its official “OEM vehicle partner.” Based in Snoqualmie, Washington, Dirtfish immerses customers in the full rally experience. From first time rally drivers to seasoned professionals, Dirtfish has multi-level courses designed to improve any driver.
Subaru’s contract with Dirtfish means drivers get to chose between the Subaru BRZ or all-wheel-drive WRX STI. Unlike many rally schools, Dirtfish has a wide variety of terrain as well as training facilities at the customer’s fingertips. From dirt, gravel, mud, and tarmac, drivers can get acclimated with all driving conditions around the 315 acre property. When driving isn’t on the agenda, students and professionals can meet in the classrooms to discuss techniques and other important skills.
Subaru motorsports marketing manager, Rob Weir said, “Our partners at DirtFish combine the ideal driving environment with expert instruction to show students how unique and capable Subaru vehicles truly are.”
Dirtfish’s executive director, Mac McInnis stated safety and care control are the two most important areas taught at the school and a brand like Subaru nicely compliments those highlighted topics.
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