This ultimate trophy room is the envy of all
- 16th July 2019, 10:10am
The international co-driving dynamo have put together an enviable list of trophies, awards and photos over recent years, and their dedicated 'Trophy Room' is one to envy.Many of Alex's trophies have come with Ken Block by his side, while a large majority of Rhianon's have been with brother, Brendan Reeves, behind the wheel. "I think one of the things that stick out of our trophy room is the variety of items from all over the world," Alex told RallySport Magazine. "There are trophies from podium finishes in JWRC and WRC2, as well as top 10 overall finishes in WRC events. Random trophies that go from X-Games Rally medals, WRC longest jump awards, to FIA Asia Pacific championships, Pikes Peak HillClimb podiums, Targa Tasmania, and state championships like Victoria and California. "There are also national outright win trophies from Scotland, Canada, USA, New Zealand, Australia."
While some may see it as a brag room, Alex is quick to point out that that is not the case, and that it's a storyline of their careers."It shows that we have really not followed a selected path for our careers and actually competed nearly everywhere in the world. "Aside from some pictures from the most diverse rallies we have competed in the world, there are other fun items, from Rhianon's carbon fibre clavicle brace that she used in several events last year, to an 'abacus' that my team did years ago when I miscounted the number of laps at a super special during a rally in Italy." Photos with popular team-mates also take prominence, with big names including Valentino Rossi, as do a brilliant selection of action photographs from around the world, and a couple of driving suits as well. It's a treasure trove of their rallying history, and if they wanted, it would make a perfect rally museum for all to see. And as a bonus, we hear the drive up the gravel road to their house in country Idaho, USA, would be worth the admission price alone! * Do you have a trophy room of your own in your house or 'man cave'? If so, send us your photos and we'll feature it too.
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