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Ojibwe Rally is next outing for Reeves

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With three wins from three starts in the Rally America Series, Brendan Reeves and Rhianon Smyth will enter the next round of the championship, the Ojibwe Rally, with one aim - to win again and take maximum points to help them clinch the 2013 2WD title.


Keen to expand his already impressive international experience and test himself against the best US drivers, Brendan joined forces with Team O'Neil earlier this year and has contested each round of the Rally America Series since in a Ford Fiesta 2WD prepared by the New Hampshire based team. It has proven to be a successful partnership with Brendan convincingly winning each of the three events he has entered - the Oregon Trail Rally, Susquehannock Trail Rally and the New England Forest Rally.


Despite missing the first two rounds of the 7-round series, Brendan and Rhianon currently sit second in the 2WD championship race, just 23 points behind series leader, Andrew Comrie-Pickard (Scion xD). Not only will Brendan be aiming for a win in the final two rounds, he also needs Comrie-Pickard to finish lower than second on at least one event to ensure he snares the title.


Whilst all the cards have to fall correctly for the Championship title to go his way, Brendan is confident of another good result at the upcoming Ojibwe Rally, and based on his performances so far, things are looking good.


"The three rallies we have done so far have gone quite well," Brendan said.


"We had some really strong competition in the last round and ACP is getting faster and faster each time we race. The biggest thing we have had is consistency and a reliable car. Iím much better prepared going into the Ojibwe Rally and Team OíNeil have given the car a once over in the short turn around between events, so everything is looking good."


The Ojibwe Rally will be held in the Detroit Lakes area of Minnesota from August 23 to 24.