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2007 Kananaskis Rally
2007 Kananaskis Rally


Pos Driver Co-Driver Car Class Result
1Aaron NeumannGraham Coates1992 Honda CivicGr21:21:50E
2Kris SchofieldJaclyn Schofield1987 Toyota CorollaGr21:22:07E
3Colin ArmstrongRyan Warrington1991 VW GolfGr21:22:55E
4Eric GrochowskiLeanne Junnila1996 VW GolfGr21:25:16E
5Bryan MaplethorpeBrad Bistritz2002 Subaru Impreza WRXOpen1:27:28N
6Ken MaydaniukJames Watson2004 Subaru Impreza StiOpen1:28:12N
7Hardy SchmidtkeAdam Vokes2002 Subaru Impreza WRXP41:29:52N
8John BreenJosh Keatley2000 Ford FocusP31:30:41N
9Chad LePoudreJohn Hall1988 VW GolfGr21:31:24N
10Houston PeschlBrad Nurse1983 VolvoGr51:31:26N
11Brian BerturelliJohnny Summers1985 VW GolfP31:32:17N
12Mark Jennings-BatesJennifer Daly1993 Subaru ImprezaOpen1:33:32E
13Graham BruceKurt Schantz1991 Eagle TalonP41:35:09N
14Peter HillGeoff Hill1973 Toyota CorollaGrD1:37:27E
15Philip GarlickTravis Charland1988 Honda CRXP21:38:38N
Karim KanjiPenny Mellor1990 Mitsubishi EclipseP4AccidentN
Neil WrightLorna Wright1988 Mazda RX7P3Off RoadE

Detailed Results are available here!

Spectator Areas

Sunday November 11th, 2007

Forest Demonstration Loop

The Official Spectator Stages on the Forest Demonstration Loop will run consecutively at the beginning of the 2007 Kananaskis Rally. Spectators should be in place by 0945 hours and should plan to remain in place until approximately 1300 hours. Rally cars will pass through four times. The 2007 schedule will allow rally spectators to view plenty of action without having to spend long periods outdoors waiting for rally cars.

Directions Arrive before 9:45 AM
From Calgary head West on Highway 1:
  • Exit RIGHT onto Highway 68 (Sibbald Creek Exit)
  • Follow Hwy 68 South for approx 17km to the Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Loop Road.
  • Enter the stage at the 2nd access road on your LEFT.
  • Parking is approx 1km further in on the LEFT.
  • Follow the Marshals directions.
Download (spectator2007sm.pdf)

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Provisional Start Order

Driver /
Car Class Profile
Aaron Neumann, BC
Graham Coates, BC
1992 Honda Civic Gr2 E 1 Neumann Racing
Colin Armstrong, AB
Ryan Warrington, AB
1991 VW Golf GTI Gr2 E 1 Bullit Racing
Mark Jennings-Bates, BC
Jennifer Daly, BC
1993 Subaru Impreza Open E 1 Prescribed Burn Rally
Eric Grochowski, AB
Leanne Junnila, AB
1996 VW Golf Gr2 E 2 Kamunen Racing
Jorge Dascollas, AB
Chris Dascollas, AB
2002 Toyota Celica GTS P3 E 2 Vertigo Racing Team
Peter Hill, AB
Geoff Hill, AB
1973 Toyota Corolla GrD E 2 Scuderia Hysteria
Kris Schofield, AB
Jaclyn Schofield, AB
1987 Toyota Corolla GTS Gr2 E 3 Ista Rally
Bryan Maplethorpe, AB
Brad Bistritz, AB
2002 Subaru WRX Open N 4 BME Racing
Karim Kanji, AB
Penny Mellor, AB
Talon P4 N 4
Houston Peschl, AB
Brad Nurse, AB
1983 Volvo 240 Turbo Gr5 N 4 Sea of Green Rally
Ken Maydaniuk, BC
James Watson, BC
2004 Subaru WRX STI Open N 4 Alliance Rally Racing
Neil Wright, AB
Lorna Wright, AB
1988 Mazda RX7 P3 E 4 Four Peaks Racing
Philip Garlick, AB
Travis Charland, AB
1998 Honda CRX P2 N 4 Contrail Rally Racing
Chad LePoudre, SK
John Hall, AB
1988 VW Golf Gr2 N 5 Gopher Rally
Graham Bruce, AB
Kurt Schantz, AB
1991 Eagle Talon P4 N 5
John Breen, AB
Josh Keatley, AB
2000 Ford Focus P3 N 5 ASBO Racing
Johnny Summers, AB
Kodi Hutcheson, AB
1990 Eagle Talon TSi Open N 5
Brian Berturelli, AB
Adam Yehia, AB
1985 VW Golf P3 N 5 SBD Rally
Tibor Kertes, AB
Martin Matas, AB
1996 Dodge Neon P3 N 6
Hardy Schmidtke, AB
Adam Vokes, AB
2002 Subaru WRX P4 N 6

Volunteer Info

One of the best ways to get into rallying and learn how and what to do is to volunteer to help out at an event.

There are many positions available, most not requiring any special knowledge (we'll teach you anyway). From the registration table to timing controls and spectator control.

Volunteers are needed:

  • To help with competitor registration
  • To help with technical inspection of rally cars
  • To help with rally equipment for the event -signage, marking off stage areas, etc.
  • To operate time controls - timing cars at stage starts, stage finishes and into the service parks.
  • To secure the roads - ensuring that roads leading o­nto the stages are secure. In other words, the "best seats in the house to see the action"
  • To host sponsor and media representatives
  • To help with spectator safety - marshals who ensure that spectators remain in the designated viewing locations and stay safe.
  • To monitor service parks for safe practises and to ensure that spectators are not too close to competitor cars during service.

Some positions need specialist skills. People with qualifications as amateur radio operators, emergency medical technicians, and advanced first aid are critical for event safety and security.

Thursday November 8th, 2007
1900 to 2230 Marshal Training & Registration
Contact: Shawn Bishop
Location: Calgary Sports Car Club
  4215 80th Avenue NE
  Calgary, Alberta

Organizing Committee

Coordinator Keith Morison
403 282-0837
Steward Linda Sakaluk
Clerk of the Course Keith Morison
Safety Officer &
Assistant Clerk of the Course         
Shawn Bishop
Chief Scrutineer Mike Dyer
Chief Marhshal Shawn Bishop
Communications Calgary Amateur Radio Club
Net Control Fred VanDriel & Roger Heward
Registrar Keith Morison

Mail entries to:
Keith Morison
1621 7th St. NW
Calgary, AB, T2M 3H7

Online Registration:
Sign up

Venue Locations

Rally Headquarters &
Travelodge Cochrane
5 West Side Drive
Cochrane, AB T4C 1M1
Tel: (403) 932-5588
Fax: (403) 932-9541
Technical Inspection TBA (Highland Auto Frame)
Rally Start and Final MTC     Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Loop
Interpretive Centre (North of Hwy 68)
Service Park Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Loop
Interpretive Centre (North of Hwy 68)
Spectator Stages Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Loop
Rally Awards Presentation Frank Wills Memorial Hall
405 1st Street East


October 1, 2007 Early Registration Opens
November 05, 2007 Early Registration Closes
November 06, 2007 Seeded Draw, Coordinators Residence
November 08, 2007 Marshals and Radio Operators Meeting
1900 hours to 2230 hours Calgary Sports Car Club
4215 – 80th Avenue N.E., Calgary
Saturday November 10, 2007
0800-0930 Recce and Rally Registration at Travel Lodge
1000 – 1600 hours Kananaskis Country. Reconnaissance
1730 – 1930 hours Late Registration at Travel Lodge
1730 – 1900 hours Technical Inspection of cars at Highland Auto Frame
Tech times will be assigned at registration
2000 - 2045 hours Seed 5/6 Drivers Meeting at Travel Lodge
Sunday, November 11, 2007
0915 – 0935 hours Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Service Area
Introduction of Officials and Drivers meeting
9:45 hours Start of Rally
Car 0 Starts Leg I from the Jumpingpound Service Area
1155 hours (approx) End of Leg 1
Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Service Area
1235 hours (approx) Start of Leg 2
1720 hours (approx) End of Leg 2. End of Rally
1845 hours (approx) Volunteer Recognition - Awards Presentation Dinner


Kananaskis Road Conditions - Friday, November 02, 2007

Some photos of the current mixed conditions out on the trails...

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Forms & Regulations

Entry Form (download) pdf
Supplementary Regulations (download) pdf

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