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CharlieR 10-19-2018 09:41 PM

Runoffs Results
 
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I have attached a screenshot of the AS Provisional Results. The video feed from the SCCA website was very buggy. Hope the SCCA does a better video live stream next year. The podium live stream was inaccessible to me for the AS race.

Tech shed work now in progress.

nomics 10-19-2018 11:43 PM

On my computer it was really bad but when I went to my cell phone the video was great. I ended up using an app to hook the phone to the TV and it was like watching on a TV network.

CharlieR 10-20-2018 12:16 PM

Excellent idea. I should have used my Chromecast.

fastandyracing 10-23-2018 09:12 AM

Any commentary??
 
I was unable to watch live, there is usually at least a little banter back and forth about race, anyone out there? What happened to Andy? was there a fox body fast enough to add another 100 lbs? How come we dont' add weigh to the camaros since Heinrocket is always fast? Anything??:D

PamRichardson 10-23-2018 10:59 AM

Questions
 
Andy --

Good questions. I'm sure the drivers will chime in but, here are the quick answers to your questions.

Andy M lost a tire. Don't know for sure why.

Only Fox body was Allison. See her videos.

The top four position qualifying results crossed a range of .2 seconds. 3-4 was .02 seconds. What happens in the race then becomes driver/setup/grip.

Pam

jimwheeler 10-23-2018 05:49 PM

Andy lost a wheel when all five studs sheared off. Congrats to Midiv driver Andy Schneidemeyer, who towed, by himself on an open trailer from St. Louis, to place 7th and win the Sunoco Hard Charger award. I will have some video and comments about what led up to Allie's off.
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jimwheeler 10-24-2018 08:47 AM

tow just shy of 4,000 miles round trip.... I'm 30 miles from home on the Kansas Turnpike and the front leaf spring shackle on the driver's side of the trailer breaks off. I tried to get a tow truck out, but nobody would come, so I used the race car tie down straps as a sling to hold up the axle with the tire off. Limped on home at 40 mph. I'm really glad it didn't break in the mountains.

Tim White 10-24-2018 11:17 AM

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Originally Posted by jimwheeler (Post 34927)
tow just shy of 4,000 miles round trip.... I'm 30 miles from home on the Kansas Turnpike and the front leaf spring shackle on the driver's side of the trailer breaks off. I tried to get a tow truck out, but nobody would come, so I used the race car tie down straps as a sling to hold up the axle with the tire off. Limped on home at 40 mph. I'm really glad it didn't break in the mountains.

And what did you use to hold the race car down? That really sucked, good thing you were so close to home.

jimwheeler 10-24-2018 11:53 AM

I put it in gear and jammed a couple of chocks in front of the wheels. Need to get some more tie downs.

Danny"TheKid"Richardson 10-24-2018 01:15 PM

Big kahuna tested you brother. Glad you made it home


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