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2009 Kananaskis Rally Results

Pos Novice Car Driver/Co-Driver Vehicle Class Total
11Schmidtke/Vokes 2002 Subaru Impreza WRXProdGT1.19:00.7
22Grochowski/Junnila 1996 VW GolfGroup21.22:01.8
315Tezcan/Neumann 1991 Subaru Legacy TurboProdGT1.28:35.3
49LePoudre/Monasch 1988 VW GolfGroup21.34:28.5
5210Lee/Mayall 1985 Toyota CorollaGroupD1.44:40.6
64Bruce/Warrington 2002 Subaru ImprezaOpen1.50:02.7
7311Lo/Lau 1991 Nissan NX2000ProdSport1.58:14.2
DNF6Barrell/Hall 1991 Golf GTIGroup2engine
DNF7Kertes/Fudalej 1992 Toyota Celica GT4Openoff road
DNF8Bourgeois/Morison 2007 Subaru Impreza WRX STiOpenoff road
DNF3Kadlubowski/Ostrowski 2005 Subaru Impreza WRX STiOpenoff road

Detailed Results are available here: (Kananaskis_2009_Final_Results.pdf)

2009 Kananaskis Rally

Sunday November 8th, 2009

Forest Demonstration Loop

The Official Spectator Stages on the Forest Demonstration Loop will run consecutively at the beginning of the 2009 Kananaskis Rally. Spectators should be in place by 0915 hours and should plan to remain in place until approximately 1130 hours. Rally cars will pass through four times. The 2009 schedule will allow rally spectators to view plenty of action without having to spend long periods outdoors waiting for rally cars.

Directions Arrive before 9:15 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 Spectator Guide (Kananaskis_spectator_2009.pdf)

Download Map

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Start Order

No. Driver / Co-Driver Car Color Class Profile
1.Hardy Schmidtke, AB
Adam Vokes, AB
2002 Subaru Impreza WRXBlueProdGTE1Hardyboy Racing
2.Eric Grochowski, AB
Leanne Junnila, AB
1996 VW GolfOrangeGroup2E1Kamunen Racing
3.Piotr Kadlubowski, AB
Krystian Ostrowski, AB
2005 Subaru Impreza WRX STiSilverOpenE3
4.Graham Bruce, AB
Ryan Warrington, AB
2002 Subaru ImprezaBlackOpenE3Flashpoint Rally Racing
5.Onur Tezcan, BC
Aaron Neumann, BC
1991 Subaru Legacy TurboRedProdGTE4
6.Carl Barrell, AB
John Hall, AB
1991 Golf GTIYellowGroup2E4
7.Tibor Kertes, AB
Sebastian Fudalej
1992 Toyota Celica GT4WhiteOpenN5Delta Force Rally Team
8.J.C. Bourgeois, AB
Keith Morison, AB
2007 Subaru Impreza WRX STiWhiteOpenN6Never Lift Racing
9.Chad LePoudre, SK
Christa Monasch, AB
1988 VW GolfWhiteGroup2E4Gopher Rally
10.Kevin Lee, AB
Wayne Mayall, AB
1985 Toyota CorollaWhiteGroupDN5
11.Philip Lo, AB
Raymond Lau, AB
1991 Nissan NX2000BlueProdSportN5Candystand Racing Team
98.Zbigniew Szewczyk, AB
Penny Mellor, AB
2004 Mitsubishi Lancer RalliartYellow

* Car 98 is running without scoring. (not competing in the event)

Volunteer Information

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.

Marshal Training & Registration

Saturday November 7th, 2009
Contact: Kurt Schantz
Time: 1900 to 2030
Location: Days Inn
5 West Side Drive
Cochrane, Alberta T4C 1M1

If you are unable to attend the main Saturday training session in Cochrane there will be another short but informative session at the CSCC clubhouse on Friday night.

Please contact us if you wish to attend or if you have any further questions about how to volunteer for the event.

Organizing Committee

Coordinator Tomasz Karzynski
Steward Jim Bowie
Clerk of the Course     Shawn Bishop
Chief Scorer Josh Keatley
Chief Scrutineer Mike Dyer
Chief Marshal Kurt Schantz
Communications Calgary Amateur Radio Association
Net Control Fred VanDriel / Roger Heward
Registrar Penny Mellor

Mail entries to:
Penny Mellor
9 West Terrace Drive
Cochrane, Alberta T4C 1R4

Online Registration:
Sign up

Venue Locations

Rally Headquarters & Registration     Days Inn
5 West Side Drive
Cochrane, Alberta T4C 1M1
Phone: 403 932-5588 or toll free: 1877-932-5588
Technical Inspection TBA
Spectator Stages Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Loop
South Loop (South of Hwy 68)
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)
Rally Awards Presentation Frank Wills Hall
405 1st Street East, Cochrane


October 1, 2009 Early Registration Opens
November 5, 2009 Early Registration Closes
November 5, 2009 Seeded Draw, Coordinators Residence @ 20:00
November 6, 2009 Radio Operators Meeting (FRIDAY)
1900 hours to 2030 hours
Calgary Sports Car Club
4215 – 80th Avenue NE, Calgary
Saturday November 8, 2009   
08:00 – 09:30 hours Recce and Rally Registration at Days Inn
10:00 – 15:00 hours Reconnaissance
16:00 – 17:30 hours Late Registration (at Days Inn), by appointment only
16:00 – 17:30 hours Technical Inspection - times will be assigned at registration
18:00 – 18:45 hours Novice Drivers Meeting at Days Inn.
19:00 – 20:30 hours Marshalls meeting at Days Inn in Cochrane.
Sunday, November 9, 2009
09:15 – 09:35 hours Introduction of Officials and Drivers meeting
Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Service Area
09:45 hours Car 0 Starts Leg I from the Jumpingpound Service Area
11:55 hours (approx) End of Leg 1, Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Service Area
12:35 hours (approx) Start of Leg 2
17:20 hours (approx) End of Leg 2. End of Rally
18:45 hours (approx) Volunteer Recognition - Awards Presentation Dinner

Forms & Regulations

Entry Form (BlankEntryForm.pdf) pdf
Supplemental Regulations (2009_Kananaskis_Supps.pdf) pdf
Stage Schedule (Kananaskis_Distance_2009final.pdf) pdf
Spectator Guide (Kananaskis_spectator_2009.pdf) pdf

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