Buttoned-up engineering, unbuttoned.
BRZ Limited shown
Subaru Responds to Hurricane
Subaru Legacy Earns “Double Best Pick” Rating
Subaru B9 Tribeca Earns Five-Star Safety Rating
New Subaru Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle Program Announced
Subaru Motorsports Wraps Up Impressive Year
Subaru Baja Named Top Compact Pickup in Value Study
Subaru Debuts www.subaru.com/chinese
Subaru Official Automotive Sponsor of the 2005 International Latino Film Festival
Subaru drivers enjoyed great success in motorsports across America in 2005, from the grassroots to the national level. Subaru of America sponsored vehicles in three major series, and the sponsored teams often led the way to the checkered flag. We congratulate the Subaru Motorsports teams and other Subaru teams on jobs well done throughout the year.
Julie Stepan Sets Records and Wins Four NHRA “Wally” Trophies in the Subaru SPT/ESX/STI
Julie Stepan drove the Subaru/SPT/ESX Team Subaru ESX/STI to four wins in the National Hot Rod Association Street Class during 2005. She set her fastest time at the Pomona, California, event in October. Her final run was in 9.21 seconds at 150.0 miles per hour.
The team has unveiled Julie’s car for next year – the 2006 Subaru ESX/STI painted pink and white in support of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Subaru Secures First-Ever SCCA Runoffs® Title
Subaru took its first road-racing title at the 42nd annual Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) National Championship Runoffs held on September 24, 2005, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. Team Subaru and its Impreza WRX STIs managed by ICY Racing/Phoenix Performance of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, finished first and second at the finale. They triumphed over a field of more than 50 entries from around the United States, all of whom had earned the right to compete in this annual, season-ending event.
Winning driver Chuck Hemmingson of West Des Moines, Iowa, led teammate Kristian Skavnes of Sparta, New Jersey, across the finish line to cap off the history-making weekend. The team was led by David Rosenblum, who drove his WRX STI to sixth.