1986 Olympus Rally Revisited: Brooklyn stages part 2

Here’s another stage that I don’t remember the name of.  I do remember it was another Raymond, WA area stage.  It had a good view of the cars coming into a junction and it turned out to be more exciting that we had first guessed.

Again, these photos were taken by my good friend Denton  Morris.  He has graciously scanned his photos and is allowing me to post them here. Denton is a professional photographer and you can see his recent work at his website  www.dentonmorris.com.  The photos below are Denton’s property and he holds all the rights to them, so please don’t fold, spindle or mutilate the photos without contacting him directly, or contact me and I will put you in touch, if you wish to reuse them.

Markku Alen was through the stage 1st in the Lancia Delta S4.




Juha Kankkunen was next in the Peugeot 205 T-16.


John Buffum was next in the Sport Quattro with an unorthodox line.




One of the TTE Group B Celicas.  Not sure who.


The privately entered Delta S4 of the Alessandrinis.


I think this was New Zealander Clive Smith’s Group A Toyota.


Looks like it could be a Subaru.  Subaru had 2 XT’s entered in Group A for Peter “Possum” Bourne and Chad DiMarko.


Looks like a Mitsubishi of some sort.  There was a Japanese team that had entered one and finished 14th.


Not even sure what this car is…


This looks to be the Audi 80 Quattro of Paul Choiniere and Tom Grimshaw.  Paul is John Buffum’s step son.  Choiniere/Grimshaw would finish 10th in the rally, earning one World Rally Championship point.


Here’s another mystery car.  It might be Whiting / Damitio in their Toyota.  Whoever it is, they seem to have attacked the caution tape.





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