The Drive – Sept 13 – Sept 16 2021
The greatest “Road Trips” in North America. This is what the Rally North America’s delivers. You are connected to your vehicle and immersed in some of the most scenic and technically challenging roads America has to offer.
Rally North America believes the destination is only a part of any journey and is no more important than any other part. The route chosen can be more rewarding, educational, and satisfying for those that take the time to choose their route wisely.
Drives routes are chosen because they deliver history, scenic beauty, and a driving experience that will prove to be second to none. These drives combined with track time on some of the nations more challenging racing facilities and a few passes at a drag strip combine to make a Rally North America event a trip that any auto enthusiast will talk about for years to come.
The items featured on this page are not all encompassing of this Event. There are more attractions planned!
Price includes: 4 Nights and 3 Days with paid overnights at some of the nicest properties in the Appalachian Mountains as well as dinner each evening and a hot breakfast in the morning.
Also includes Tracktime at34 unique tracks to include Mid Ohio Sports Car Course, a Dragstrip and Laps on NCM
$2290.00 for Two person team and 1 car
Registration will open soon!
Pre Drives Track Event
Pre-drive meeting location is at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
7721 Steam Corners Road
Lexington Ohio 44904
Track Orientation: 5:00
Rally North America Drive Series participants will take to the track for two series of hot laps, after a series of instructional pace laps. Each session is expected to last 30 minutes
Pre Drives Evening
Pre-drive meeting location is Mt. Vernon Grand Hotel
Walk back in time with us at The Grand. This 46 room boutique hotel will take your breath away with its Victorian décor, beautiful parlor, and Grand staircase. The Grand offers amenities such as a fitness center, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, business center, two conference spaces and an upscale breakfast.
0700 – 0815– The day begins with a delicious hot breakfast at the Mount Vernon Grand hotel at 7:00 AM
Group 1 will depart from the hotel at 8:30 AM and group 2 will depart at 8:45 AM.
To be Determined
The Blennerhassett Hotel was designed and built by Colonel William Nelson Chancellor, then mayor of Parkersburg and businessman, for the millionaires of the day. The hotel was a grand showplace that radiated the captivating atmosphere of the gaslight era. The architectural style of the hotel’s exterior is Victorian, Queen Anne, and includes the Romanesque Revival style, which can be seen in the tower and turret section of the hotel on the corner of the Fourth and Market Streets. The Kaltenecker Building, which houses our current day dining room, was built by a Parkersburg businessman by the name of Johan Kaltenecker during construction as a separate building but that would match the exterior of the hotel. It was during the second renovation when this building was incorporated into the main building during the 1985-1986 renovation. The Kaltenecker name can be seen on a portion of sandstone located on the front of the building.
Dinner Menu: TBD
The day begins with a hot breakfast at the The Blennerhasset Hotel at 7:00 AM
Group 1 will depart from the Hotel at 8:30 AM and group 2 will depart at 8:45 AM
Stop 1: TBD
Stop 2: TBD
Stop 3: TBD
The BoONE Tavern Hotel
Opened in 1909, Boone Tavern began humbly with 25 guestrooms in a measure to accommodate the many visitors of Berea College President William G. Frost and his wife Nellie.
Now, the guest room tally is at 63, and an $11 million renovation has upgraded many elements of the property, laying the foundation for another successful century. Our award-winning Berea, Kentucky hotel is a member of the Historic Hotels of America and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We promise to uphold the ideals and standards that earned us this recognition, as well as the green practices that earned us the distinction as a LEED Gold Certified Green Hotel.
Boone Tavern is owned by Berea College; its students make up about 50% of our staff. Part of Berea College’s requirements is that students are required to work at least ten hours per week at any one of the 140+ college departments and work areas across campus. Boone Tavern is one of these establishments. Students earn money for books, room, and board at the College – but pay no tuition – thanks to the generosity of donors who support Berea College’s mission of providing a high-quality education for students primarily from Appalachia who have high academic potential and limited financial resources.
Menu is: TBD
The day begins with a hot breakfast at Boone Tavern Hotel at 7:00 AM
Group 1 will depart at 8:30 AM and group 2 will depart at 8:45 AM
Stop 1 – TBD
Stop 2 – TBD
Laps on NCM
Visiting the National Corvette Museum and tearing up the NCM Motorsports park, we will have lapping sessions for an hour!