Thanks. We were looking for an excuse to ride but if it's easier in a vehicle then we will take that. I'm familiar with the spectating process. I go to the last round in Houghton every year. I was hoping to find some specific info on the better places and stages to spectate. The SnoDrift website doesn't have any info on spectating. It just says "more info to come in Jan 09".Here you go figured you could use something to keep your mind off of that other stuff going on with you right now This comes from my buddy who has raced in 5+ SnoDrifts and LSPR's.
"The short answer is no, you can not follow the stages on snowmobiles. When the stages are "hot" they are closed to the public, you would have to wait until the stages are opened back up to the public, which will be well after the last rally car.
Check http://www.rally-america.com/events/2009/SnoDrift/ for more info on where to go at the rally.