Auto enthusiasts can join the excitement this October as over 60 cars race into Grand Rapids, the finale of a cross-country road rally designed to raise publicity for missing children rescue. The rally also gives West Michigan an end-of-the-season economic boost.
According to excerpts from the story:
GRAND RAPIDS -- The Fireball Run Transcontinental Rally will roll through Grand Rapids this fall, bringing along a slew of exotic cars driven by cunning, strategic thrill seekers.
It remains to be seen if someone will be able to claim home field advantage.
J. Sanchez, the director and founder of the rally, made a pitstop in Grand Rapids Friday, as he continued preparation for the Oct. 3-4 local stop.
The nine-day rally, which begins in Baton Rogue, La., on Sept. 26, and concludes in Grand Rapids, is expected to attract more than 60 cars, featuring drivers from across the nation.
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