Cascadia International Rally Championship -- Bioregional Rally Racing

An organization called the Cascadia International Rally Championship (CIRC) is a grassroots rally series that combines the highest quality rally events in the Cascadia region in order to foster greater competition and unite rally competitors on a bioregional level. For those unfamiliar rally racing, it is a form of motorsport that takes place on public or private roads with road-legal cars. The Cascadia region has a long history of rallying and boasts some of the country’s largest rallying communities as well as some of the best rally roads in North America.

This CIRC season includes 13 rally days across 8 different weekends that are hosted in different areas from Canada to Oregon. The first event of the 2016 CIRC season took place at the Oregon Trail Rally from April 22nd to the 24th with the next one being at the Olympus Rally in Shelton, WA from May 14-15. For more information about CIRC or to check out their upcoming events, head to their site here.

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Katie Smith

Katie Smith is a senior at the University of Washington studying communications and anthropology. She has a passion for learning about other people’s life experiences, interests, and perspectives. Katie recently joined the Cascadia team as a contributor to help keep members up to date with the latest information about the Cascadia movement.