The Alpine Horizon Gridlife RallySprint spans more than two days of racing, and the Black Rifle Coffee Company motor sports team wasn’t about to pass up a rally opportunity. This is the second year of Gridlife’s RallySprint, so compared to the American Rally Association events the team typically participates in, the crowds and hype at this event were a different vibe. The RallySprint splits drivers in 2WD and 4WD categories – both categories allow the powerplants and drivetrain to be modified or engine swapped, but the original layout and configuration of the car must remain as factory supplied.
BRCC’s own Jarred Taylor got into the competition this past weekend, placing third in the rally sprint alongside Hoonigan’s Micah Diaz, and first place was taken by “Texas Dave” Carapetyan.
Catch the BRCC motor sports team this weekend at the Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. Travis Pastrana, Rhianon Gelsomino, Tom Williams, and Dave Carapetyan are all registered to compete.