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A Remote Rally School Teaches America’s Special Forces How To Drive | Jalopnik

A Remote Rally School Teaches America’s Special Forces How To Drive | Jalopnik

“We’ve been working for 20 years now with different…kind of elements of government personnel,” former two-wheel drive national rally champion Wyatt Knox explains, “that I’ve signed a lot of things and I would disappear if I told you who they were.”

We’re on the far side of the White Mountains in New Hampshire at Team O’Neil Rally School. This is where Ken Block and the top rally drivers in the country come to test their skills and where the next generation starts to learn. And this is where some of the key elements in America’s military learn how to protect themselves on the road

The school won’t say precisely who comes out, but the staff at Team O’Neil have their reasons for that. I asked Wyatt what would happen to him if he did let specifics slip. “You know, bag over the head, zip ties around the wrists, in the back of a van somewhere…I don’t know, and I don’t want to find out.”

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