607 OUTLAWS AT RUMBLE RIDGE SETS LIST!
Okay Racers & Fans of HEADS UP racing, after 2 Friday nights of qualifying, we have THE LIST finalized.
Please be sure to reread the rules so that you are familiar with what will take place.
The only exception to these rules will be for NEXT FRIDAY, 09/25 where we will have call outs for the Gate Keeper (#10) position. The rules say that a racer has 2 weeks to answer a call out, and that will be true going forward. But since we started this idea so late in the season, we're allowing Gate Keeper only call outs for next Friday.
After that, the people running this FRIDAY NIGHT HEADS UP racing series will be at the Bracket Finals, so there will be no official call outs on 10/02.
The racers will then have all Winter to build new motors or get their cars ready for a full season of FRIDAY NIGHT HEADS UP racing in 2016.
New Friday Night HEADS UP Racing Series!
SATURDAY 09/12/15 CANCELLED DUE TO IMPENDING RAIN!
Anyone who's been watching the weather forecast knew this post was coming. With rain in the forecast starting at Noon and 80% by 4 PM (about Round 1) and then 90% through the evening, we are going to cancel today's points races.
We will see everyone next weekend -- 09/19 is the cutoff for making the Bracket Finals team ($60 per racer is due to Kathy Kiekel by 09/19) and for declaring our Summit Super Series champions in Junior Dragster, Box & No Box.
Labor Day Weekend Brings 2 Full Days of Racing to Skyview Drags
The Labor Day holiday weekend brought two full days of racing to Skyview Drags with the Ironman Classic sponsored by Precision Crankworks held on Saturday September 5, 2015 and a Double Points show on Sunday September 6, 2015. In Saturday’s competition, the Ironman’s went to Chandler McGarry (Junior Dragster), Don Kiekel (Super Pro), Dan Barron (Pro), Matt Luke (Bike/Sled), and Denny Achilles (Street Money).
Saturday September 5, 2015 Results
Jr DragsterIn the Jr Dragster class, Chandler McGarry of Horseheads NY defeated Junior point’s leader Hannah Garinger of Exeter Pa in a double break out elimination. Garinger, dialed 8.03, was .587 on the tree, running 8.0231 at 80.79 mph. McGarry, with an identical .587 reaction time, ran a 7.906 at 81.98 mph on his 7.91 dial. Garinger earned her way to the final for the Ironman with a bye run. McGarry went on to the final after defeating Morgan Burgess of Canton Pa. Burgess dialed 8.24, was .614 on the tree, running 8.280 at 77.98 mph. McGarry dialed 7.90, was .628 on the tree, running 7.919 at 80.79 mph.
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