Please follow these few Important rules when

visiting the Olympus Rally

 

Please obey all Marshall's Instructions.

Marshalls can be identified by their reflective safety vests. These volunteers are here to keep you safe in the designated spectating locations.

Please respect our landowners.

They have graciously allowed us to use their property, so that we may continue racing on the best Rally roads in North America. 

We are the guests of Green Diamond Resource Company and they ask us to follow a few simple rules:

  • NO SMOKING

  • NO ALCOHOL

  • PLEASE STAY IN DESIGNATED SPECTATOR AREAS

  • PLEASE KEEP THE FOREST CLEAN

A message from our Land owner….   Welcome, competitors and spectators, to Green Diamond Resource Company’s private working forest lands in Washington State.  Green Diamond harvests patches of forestland each year to provide wood products to a worldwide marketplace. At the same time, these working forests protect clean water and soils, sequester carbon while producing clean air, provide habitat for fish and wildlife and, of course, give us open space for recreation.  Enjoy.

Enjoy the Rally experience. 

Olympus Rally fans are some of the hardiest spectators in North America. They have to brave the elements to witness the challenges that the competitors face as they battle each other and the clock over the most demanding stages the American Rally Association National Championship can offer.  The chance to witness the extraordinary talents of the drivers inevitably leads to an assault on the senses of speed and noise, not to mention the smell of race fuel, glowing brakes and watch gravel fly.   For many, this is what attracts them to the Olympus Rally.

Find your spot in the designated spectator location, take lots of video and pictures, bring the noise ie… cowbells, horns, whistles and your voices!  Let the drivers know that they have entered the spectator area!  More Cowbell!

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