Thursday, September 14, 2017

Flexi National Racing Series heads to Tri-State Raceway

Get Ready for the BIG GO in OH-IO.

The Flexi National Racing Series is headed to Middletown, Ohio on Oct 14, 2017 @ Tri State Raceway on their Fast Gerding King track!!!

FNRS LMP, Stock Car and GTP classes will be raced!!!!

Track will open on Thursday Oct 12 @ 5 pm GTP "Warm Up" race will take place at 7 PM

Friday Oct 13 Track Opens at 8 AM for all day testing and tuning.

Sat Oct 14 Track Opens at 8 AM with LMP Tech at 10 AM followed by Stock Car and GTP classes/races.

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Thursday, September 07, 2017

Race Results: 2017 AWRA Corby's Alignment 500

Saturday, September 2nd 2017
Historic Kingston Speedway in Anderson, Alabama
Eight AWRA Sportsman Stock cars were on hand for the Corby's Alignment 500 at Historic Kingston Speedway in Anderson, Alabama.

This race was the second ever AWRA Stock car race. All the cars were new and built for this class. 
Loron Lindsey joined Dean Stewart as the second winner in the AWRA Stock car division. Lindsey was the top qualifier, and eluded the dreaded AWRA TQ curse to claim victory in the inaugural Corby's Alignment 500. Danny Liebecki finished second, and Adam Liebecki rounded out the podium finishers.

Here are the full field results:
1. Loron Lindsey, Anderson, ALA - 320 laps. *** TQ ***
2. Danny Liebecki, Anderson, ALA - 308 laps
3. Adam Liebecki, Anderson, ALA - 301 laps
4. Peter Shreeves, Ardmore, TN - 283 laps
5. Mary Walton, Ardmore, TN - 279 laps
6. Will Tomlinson, Center Star, ALA - 278 laps
7. Katie Moody, Anderson, ALA - 273 laps
8. Fred Stillwell, Marietta, GA

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Friday, September 01, 2017

1st Annual Legends Memorial Race Announced (Updated)

A slot car racing event to honor and remember those that left us too soon, $5 from each race entry will go to Shriner's Childrens Hospital. 

Racers will recieve one raffle ticket per entry for raffle prizes. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased $5 for 10, or $10 for 20. Money raised by the Raffle will go to the Humane Society.

8"x 10" Legends Memorial plaques to the top 8 in each class. 2 x 3" memorial box plaques to all. Trophies to the winner of each class, and the Legends Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best overall finisher of the day. 

Pit fee is $15. Race entries are $10 per class.
Manufacturers/ Raceways are welcome to donate product used in the raffle, or sponsor a class for awards. 

Contact Brian Meharry of B&E Slotsport for further information.

Raceway opens at 8 a.m. 

Event #1
Tech opens for USSCA 4.5" NASCAR at 9:30 a.m. Race starts at 10 on the Tri Oval.
No qualifying. Racers will be separated into mains by skill level. 
Starting lane will be determined by drawing a poker chip.
2 minutes on/2 minutes off.
Race will be one and done by total laps.
Rules: USSCA NASCAR 4.5" Rules

Event #2
Tech opens immediately after Nascar for Superstock Hardbody division cars on Dave Fiedler's LTD track (edited from the Lazy 8)
No qualifying. Racers will be separated into mains by skill level and randomly entered into lanes.
Race will be one and done by total laps.
2 minutes on/ 2 minutes off.
Double points for the Mid American Hardbody Summer series.
Rules: Mid American Hardbody Summer Rules

If we move quickly, First classes should be complete by 1 or 2 pm. 1 hour break for lunch.

Event #3
RETRO Can- Am on the King track.
Tech followed by 1 minute qualifying for lane choice.
Race will be one and done by total laps.
2 minutes on/ 2 minutes off.
Rules: RETRO Series Rules

Event #4 
GTP on the King Track.
Tech followed by 1 minute qualifying for lane choice.
Race will be one and done by total laps.
2 minutes on/ 2 minutes off
Rules: Flexi NRS GTP Rules

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Sunday, August 27, 2017

'Viva Womp Vegas' 2017 Race Report

29 Sportsman and Legends cars were on hand for the AWRA Viva WOMP Vegas! event at Slot Car City in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

The racing was fast and close, and when the dust settled, two racers became first-time AWRA event winners.

Dan Riner took the checkers in the Sportsman Expert class with 183 laps. Freddie Forte was second, finishing on the lead lap, just behind Riner. Jeffrey Bernstein was a strong third, just two laps down from the leaders, stopping three feet before the counter. 

Twelve year old DJ Stubbs paced the field in Advanced Sportsman, winning by one lap over San Diego regular "Fast" Eddie Tarango. 

In Legends action, Freddie Forte led the parade, followed by Dan Riner. Tim Wood, another San Diego racer, held on for third.

Dan Riner and Freddie Forte not only notched their first AWRA win, but the both avoided the dreaded AWRA TQ curse, which has claimed numerous victims. 

Congratulations to all the winners, and thanks to Mick Antonelli for hosting a first class event.

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