FY Racing Battles to 2nd Place at Ojibwe Forests Rally
As a result of incredible pace and what can only be described as team wizardry, the FY Racing effort, out of Houghton, MI, claimed their first ever 2nd place overall finish at Ojibwe Forests Rally. The sweet taste of champagne was well deserved by driver, Adam Yeoman, and co-driver, Jordan Schulze, after what has been described by the pair as “the toughest event our team has ever faced.”
“We pushed ourselves, the car and the team to the limit. At every service the guys had a long list of things to do to get the car back out on stage in full attack mode,” said Adam Yeoman, owner and driver of the FY Racing Subaru. “Jordan and I were able to keep it on the road for the majority of the time and came back from a huge three minute loss on stage 6 to finish up in 2nd place.”
The team encountered endless issues from a blown turbo, a failed heated windscreen, critical gearbox issues and suspension problems but, blessed with a crew that refuses to give up, the were able to persist. “The entire team earned every bit of success we had this weekend and we couldn’t be more stoked,” mentioned Yeoman.
With a championship that is back on track for their best finish yet, the FY Racing team heads into the final round of the Rally America National Championship that just so happens to take place in their hometown of Houghton, MI; the famed Lake Superior Performance Rally.
FY Racing is made possible by these awesome sponsors and partners: PIAA, K&N Filters, Recaro USA, Motorsport Wiring Supply, Seibon Carbon, Cusco USA, Exedy Racing Clutches, Abe Supply and Speedline Corse.
Team FY Racing runs a Seibon Carbon dry carbon hood, fenders, trunk, and doors.
Sneak peek video of FY Racing at Ojibwe Forests Rally: