Rebelle Rally Presents Jeep With Bone Stock Award at Los Angeles Auto ShowPosted in News on November 30, 2018
Jeep was presented with the Rebelle Rally Bone Stock Award at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Drivers Emme Hall and Rebecca Donaghe navigated the eight-day Rebelle Rally event in a 2018 Jeep Rubicon JL. Hall and Donaghe scored the most points during the competition in the Bone Stock Class. Emme Hall is an automotive journalist with plenty of experience in the desert. Her co-driver, Rebecca Donaghe, is a producer of commercials and branded content.
Rebelle Rally’s Bone Stock classification goes to trucks, SUVs, and CUVs that have no modification beyond wheels and tires. The vehicles are mainly stock, street-legal vehicles that can be driven in the rally directly off of the showroom floor. The Rebelle Rally is an eight-day all-women’s off-road navigation event. Competitors navigate to checkpoints using only a map and compass. GPS devices are prohibited. This year’s rally started in Lake Tahoe and wound through the Nevada and California deserts, ending in the Glamis sand dunes. The Rebelle Rally covered approximately 2,500 kilometers.
The Bone Stock award marks the third consecutive win for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). The Ram brand won in 2016 and 2017 with the Rebel and Power Wagon, respectively. The Jeep JL Wrangler was introduced at the end of 2017.