Wyatt spends 5 minutes chatting with Ken Block as he visits Team O’Neil to test his infamous Ford Escort Cosworth in preparation for the New England Forest Rally. To view the video and discussion please click here!
MSN.com recently featured one of Team O’Neil’s informative, fun YouTube videos on nitrogen vs. air in automotive tires.
With the holidays on our doorstep and winter weather already arriving, the time has come for drivers to prepare their cars (and themselves) for safe winter travel.
Team O’Neil Rally School has announced a brand-new course, Drift School.
The Team O’Neil Rally School located in northern New Hampshire offers a series of one-day Winter Driving Courses that give students the skills and instincts to safely navigate slippery roads.
A 15-year-old without a driver’s license was gleefully sliding the car sideways through turn after turn, the gas pedal floored and the occupants straining against their seatbelts as they were thrown from side to side.
To try and provide some deeper information on winter driving, we contacted the experts who actually run specialized, high-performance, winter driving courses.
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In the pursuit of his go-fast education, Tim O’Neil has destroyed hundreds of cars. But you don’t have to. In the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where a teenage O’Neil first taught himself to dodge cops and drive like a moonshine runner, the five-time U.S. and North American rally champion can turn boring drivers into back-road demons—without having to dig your incisors out of the nearest oak tree. It’s called Team O’Neil Rally School, a 560-acre private playground carved from a reclaimed gravel pit.
Tim O’Neil and Andrew Comrie-Picard give you the All-Access tour of the 560-acre rally school in Dalton, New Hampshire.