An unfortunate disaster led Kendrick Gray on a seven year journey to build the best Subaru possible. See how his obsession takes form in the shape of a 2005 Subaru WRX. (Yes, it’s a 2005 with a 2006-07 conversion.)
In this episode of The Legacy Project, Ryan completes his 600 mile shakedown by visiting Michael Krastman in a remote part of Canada. Krastman, an enthusiast that defies the stereotype, built a naturally-aspirated WRX “equivalent” out of a base Impreza wagon.
In this episode we meet the new project car and immediately head out on a 600-mile shakedown round-trip, from Seattle to Keremeos, BC, Canada. Can this old Subaru Legacy with more than 250,000 miles on the odometer make it in once piece?
Now that the students have completed one day of training, the pressure is on as they compete in a series of competitions. First up: Saving Sgt. Shrimp! Mann Chy, Katie and Mathias must use their best pendulum technique to score the win.
Every journey begins with a single step. On the path to rally glory, that means learning the basics of car handling. In the previous episode, Mann Chy, Katie and Mathias took their first steps. On today’s show, they’ll learn to run… or fall down trying.
Mann Chy, Mathias and Katie start the process of learning how to drive a Subaru STI rally car properly. How do our new drivers fare against the skidpad and slalom? Already, the instructors are starting to pick favorites. Didn’t see Part 1 yet? Watch it here.
In this first episode we meet the three drivers: Katie, Mann Chy and Mathias. Do they have the skills necessary to master the art of rally driving at the DirtFish Rally School? Each driver is immediately thrown into a car to set a baseline lap time around a challenging mixed-surface course.