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Livermore to Castle Air Museum - Sun., February 25, 2024

Our February run will take us over backroads through the hills and valleys of the East Bay and out to the Central Valley and Castle Air Muse...

The Robin Hood Rally Reviewed

The Robin Hood Rally is the first real-world road race to benefit the town of Berlin, New Hampshire. Fifty-one drivers and their vehicles raced on a closed public-road course that included both a tight "infield course" type circuit on the grounds of a former paper mill facility and a long uphill road leading to a landfill area. Each contestant is raced to win one of three grand prizes: a Ferrari, a Porsche, or a Corvette. All spectator gate receipts were remitted to the city, and other donations have also been made to benefit various causes in Berlin. This was the Robin Hood Rally's only stop in New Hampshire. Two Seats Or Less participated and has an extensive blog about the Rally with a link to the huge day by day photo gallery of the Rally posted at WMUR New Hampshire 9.