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SCARR 2005

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LAND ROVER OWNERS INVITED

SCARR (South Central Rover Rally)
Friday, May 13 – Sunday, May 15th

Barnwell Mountain in Gilmore, Texas

Join more than 100 Land Rover off-road enthusiast for a weekend or just a day of off-road trail driving through Barnwell’s 200 miles of terrain, learning recovery techniques and camaraderie. From rookies, to experts to social-only ride alongs – everyone is invited to attend.

There are suitable trails for a stock Freelander to a modified Defender. Experienced club trail guides and spotters will be available to assist with driving techniques and to ensure the safety of both vehicle and passengers.

Land Rover North America will host a “rookie run” on Saturday with lessons given by two ex-Camel Trophy drivers with world-wide off-road experience. Our event was featured in the media around the globe from magazines in Dallas to Land Rover Owner and Land Rover International.

Admission is $50 for driver and vehicle and each passenger is $25.
non tmtc members additional $40

Admission includes Barnwell Mountain TMTC fee, t-shirt and Saturday night meal.

Event details and on-line registration is available at www.TexasRovers.org and click on “events” then SCARR. Reservations are required.