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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 6,800 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

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Fundraisers

Thanks to a very generous BABE rallier deciding to donate double the amount pledged, plus a few other post-Rally donations, the team’s total amount raised for the American Diabetes Association and March of Dimes in the 2011 BABE Rally has now exceeded $3,500!!!

Thanks again to our corporate sponsors (Allpar.com, North Georgia Mopar Club, Polybushings.com, Leverage Corporation), our in-kind sponsors Paul Chambers Mopar Restorations and Z-Alt, and all the very generous individuals who contributed so… er… generously… to these two worthy causes!

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You get an aspiring BABE Rally movie, of course!  See the brief but very entertaining trailer below. Alex has another 75GB of footage, so hopefully we have many more episodes to come.

 

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Originally broadcast live on Justin.TV, this video was taken on the morning of Day 1 and showcases all the cars and teams competing in the 2011 BABE Rally.

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Thanks to generous individual pledges and the support of our corporate sponsors (Allpar.com, Allpar Forums, North Georgia Mopar Club, Polybushings.com, Paul Chambers MOPAR Restoration and Leverage Corporation) the team raised over $3,000 for American Diabetes Association and March of Dimes. Read on for the details and the team’s official 2011 BABE Rally photo.  (more…)

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Settle in… the organizers claim the slideshow contains more than 1,300 photos!

 

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Long a tradition on the European rallies, the infamous watergun fight finally comes to the states. On June 7, 2011, in a hotel parking lot in Harrisonburg, Virginia, twenty six teams (and a few unwitting bystanders) participated in the first annual BABE Rally watergun fight. Much water was spilled that day… and many will never forget the squeak of a charging watergun or the screams of discomfort as someone took a blast of cold water to the ear. Small children should probably leave the room before adults view this film. (The kids might get ideas, and the soundtrack by Enrico Marcone is somewhat creepy…)

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