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July 11th 2015

Trans-America Challenge 2015

The Endurance Rally Association crossed the Atlantic to bring a three week rally event odyssey of North America.

Starting out on Citadel Hill in Halifax the route wound its way via the back roads through Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Quebec, to Quebec City, then down to the States.

Entrants from across the world drove cars built around the world on everything from paved roads to back roads to track roads.

Although this is a competitive rally there were ample opportunities to see the sights.

There is more to be read and seen at the Endurance Rally Association website, read on.... Give Gerard Brown's site a look.

Gerard Brown

Day 1, Car No. 4, Melvin Andrews, and William Brandt departing in their 1935 Bentley 3 1/2 from the Halifax starting gate.

Gerard Brown

Day 2, Car No. 1, the 1927 Bentley 4 1/2 Le Mans with Martin and Olivia Hunt passing through one of New Brunswick's 60 Covered Bridges

Gerard Brown

Day 5, Car No. 2, a 1934 - Rolls Royce Phantom II (Brumby) driven by Hok Kiang Sia and Eric Kuan Rong Sia departing Quebec City

Gerard Brown

Day 12, Car 01 Martin and Olivia Hunt on route from Grand Forks to Bismarck ND in their 1927 Bentley 4 1/2 Le Mans.

Gerard Brown

Day 16, Car 34 Richard Worts and Nicola Shackleton driving their 1961 Jaguar MkII, from Sheridan WY to Cody WY

Gerard Brown

Day 22, Car 01, Martin and Olivia Hunt driving down the Pacific Coast in their 1927 Bentley 4 1/2 Le Mans, enroute to San Francisco CA from Eurka CA.

Gerard Brown

Day 22, the finish line in San Fran has been reached by Car 27 a 1977 Triumph Stag driven by Phil Garratt and Kieron Brown.


































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