|Our new project house|
My co-driver Josée and I participated in another TSD rally up north near Tremblant last weekend. The rally was long (over 300 km) but I was more prepared to deal with that than I had been last year. The roads were challenging and Josée and I were too busy with our respective roles to chat much, unlike the event we did a few weeks ago. The car performed extremely well on the challenging roads. We rubbed one snowbank (it was a soft fluffy one) on one occasion, but there were no incidents. Some of the roads chosen by the organizer, performance rally driver Jean-Sébastien Besner, were the same roads used during performance rally stages. Driving on these narrow, twisty, snow-covered roads is actually quite invigorating, and so refreshingly different from driving on our terrible roads in the city. I somehow lost the driver side rocker panel cover, and I assumed until today that that happened during the rally, but I now see from the photo below that the side skirt was still there at the end of the event... it's a mystery.
|The Saabaru after it's 4th TSD rally|
|Josée and I were tired, but in a great mood after the event.|
Other than that, here are a few photos of some cool cars you can still see on the road, even though we're in the middle of winter.
|Oscar loves the shopping carts at Home Depot|
|Respect to whoever is driving this rear-wheel-drive Maserati in winter|
|I can't believe there are still any of these "beware or Renault 5's" signs out there|
|First time I have seen a Lamborghini Urus in the wild in Canada|
|I approve of this winter car choice!|
|This one too!|
|One of the two other Saab 9-2X's in the neighbourhood|