Hey Rally Takeover readers! It’s nearly two months into the New Year, so it’s time for another series/season of my convoluted blog of trans-Atlantic rallying from the only American competing in European rallies in 2016. I’m entitling it Semi-Pro because this year, I’ve reduced my income/work to go rallying, which is *almost* semi-professional, and I have a hunch that the writing will be comparable to the quality of a movie that gets a 21% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Plus, who can resist Will Farrell in a Stilo? Also, I really wanted to stick Andre 3000 in one as well, but my photo editing tools (i.e. MS Paint) cost me a bit too much time..
Now that your expectations have been set appropriately, for those of you not familiar with me or my blogs, my previous RallyTakeover Blogs were the European Championship Gets Americanized, chronicling stories from being the first American to undertake the championship since John Buffum in the 1980’s, and last year’s slightly darker tale of the Oregon Trail -> You Got Leukemia, which understandably, goes in a very different direction.