Rally America drivers Jeff Seehorn and Karen Jankowski will be joining the Nameless Performance Dick Hannah Subaru Rally Team. These driver additions come as the team prepares for the 1st round of the ARA Championship, the Oregon Trail Rally on April 20th-22nd, 2018.”We are extremely excited about the new partnership with Nameless Performance Dick Hannah Subaru Rally Team. Working together with this team is going to give us the competitive edge to win this season. Both Nameless Performance and Dick Hannah Subaru have been Jong time supporters of rally and we are thrilled to team up with them this year,” Jeff Seehorn, Owner/Driver, Seehorn Rally Team.“We are excited to be able to extend our support of grassroots rally racing with the addition of Jeff Seehorn and Karen Jankowski to the Nameless Performance Dick Hannah Subaru Rally Team,” Shawn Leafdahl, Internet Marketing Director, Dick Hannah Subaru.As one of the highest volume Subaru dealers in the country, Dick Hannah Subaru
continues to build on that success year-after-year by delivering outstanding customer service, high quality products and a strong partnership with organizations in the community. Dick Hannah Subaru is a continued supporter of the Subaru Rally Team USA
, the American Rally Association
(ARA) and of rally racing in general by sponsoring drivers, like Seehorn and Jankowski, being highly involved in the local rally community, as well as providing sponsorship and support for racing events like the Oregon Trail Rally.”We are happy to have Jeff and Karen on the team this year. They showed last year that they are a winning combination and we here at Nameless are excited to help them continue that success into the 2018 season,” John Hoyenga, President, Nameless Performance.”Timing on this couldn’t be more providential. Nameless Performance is poised to release a series of stage rally and rallycross fabrication and chassis components for the 15-18 WRXISTi, catering to rally teams who develop and maintain their own vehicles. Jeff’s hard charging driving style and history of building his own vehicles is a perfect match to pressure test our engineering efforts,” Jason Griffith, Engineering Director, Nameless Performance.Nameless Performance, a performance automotive engineering and manufacturing company out of Woodland, Washington, has been involved in the American stage rally community for the past 7 years. From sponsoring events and providing safety technology at events across North America, to developing cutting edge equipment for competition, Nameless has become a household name in the rally community as well as the Subaru enthusiast community.