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David Higgins will run DirtFish WRX STI at GRC Las Vegas

SRT USA announced David Higgins will run a special Subaru WRX STI at the last round of Global RallyCross in Las Vegas. What’s the special livery?
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Davis Higgins has been busy since he and Craig Drew won all eight rounds of Rally America Championship and added another championship title to his extensive list of accolades. SRT USA recently announced he will run a specially prepared 2015 Subaru WRX STI at Rally GB November 12-15 in the UK. Before he heads home to the UK, Higgins will take another shot at Global RallyCross here in the U.S.

Higgins will run a Subaru WRX STI with a special DirtFish livery at the final round of the Red Bull Global Rallycross in Las Vegas, November 4. The special orange livery on the Subaru WRX STI represents the second time that DirtFish has served as the primary sponsor of a Red Bull GRC driver. The brand has had a multi-year relationship with two of Higgins’ teammates on Subaru Rally Team USA, Travis Pastrana and Bucky Lasek. Higgins will join Subaru’s Lasek and Isachsen in their 2015 WRX STIs at the Red Bull Global Rallycross for the last round of GRC this week.

Higgins will be driving a 2014 Subaru STI GRC Supercar prepared by Vermont SportsCar and freshly wrapped in a new DirtFish Rally School livery. “I am very proud to be representing two great brands in American motorsport with DirtFish and Subaru”, says Higgins, “the car looks fantastic and after a very positive test last weekend I really feel I can put on a great show in Vegas.” Stay tuned.

Media source: Subaru Motorsports


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