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#1 The Number of

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Posted 18 February 2018 - 09:02 PM

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Race 5 of the ORS KOR 2017/18 season was held at Tom Thumb Hobbies in Columbus Ohio on 2/17/2018 on a cold,wet,blustery day. As this is considered the warm up race for the R4 Coupes were run in place of the Anglewinders. 20 entries for the Coupe an F1 classes and 29 for Can-Am.
As usual the crew at TTH had everything the racers needed and a great Pizza powered lunch. Thanks to Cindy, Jessica. Tina,Cheryl, Mike, Skippy, Eric, and Rick for an enjoyable racing experience. Can't forget the boss Avery!

1st was Gt Coupe qualifying and TQ went to Greg Fox at 4.632. No Concours as this is not a points class in ORS.

B Main was won by Will Brinkley with a total of 284.8, 2nd Eric Balicki 267.3, and Greg Krumnow with a 264.7.

A Main Cap Henry took it down with 298.3, Rick Starkey 2nd 292.9, 3rd Al Rutti.

Next qualifying For Can-Am and F-1

Can-Am TQ Cap Henry 4.579 F-1 TQ Will Brinkley 4.729

Can-Am D Main, 1st Jim Leezer 261.9, 2nd Gary Echelbarger 258, 3rd Bill Fulmer 257.6
C Main Earl GrayBill 266.4, Thom Greene 260.1, Jim Feterholf 250.2
B Main Will Brinkley 293.1, Rick Starkey 282, Kyle Snyder 277.6

A Main Cap Henry 299.9, Jason Dennis 297.1, Mike "Raisin" Garrett 295.8

Can-Am Concours: Joe Elliott, Earl Graybill, Gary Adams, 1 to 3

F-1 B Main Earl Graybill 262, Thom Greene 261.7, Tom Harrington 257.8

A Main Cap Henry 293.8, Greg Fox 287.5, Ross Scharff 285.4

F-1 Concours Cap Henry, Earl Graybill, Eric Balicki

Next race Mar 3 at Fastraxx in Fremont Ohio, Updated points before then.

Pics at: https://www.flickr.c...157687944939570
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Posted 19 February 2018 - 09:29 AM

I want to say thank you to everyone who makes this event possible. I have fun every time I step into Tom Thumb hobbies. It is also awesome to have great pictures of each event.

I know there is debate among passionate racers online. However, when we get to the track, all that goes away. Slot car racers are the most helpful people I have met. Everyone is willing to help a fellow racer, friend, or even rival. This is something that just doesnt happen in other Motorsports. This is why I love slot car racing.

For those curious, I was well rested for my ride home ;)
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Posted 19 February 2018 - 02:35 PM

Another great event from the Tom Thumb gang, It sure felt good to get away from "keyboard" sessions and do some actual racing with the ORS racers again. Seeing and running with my friends again really made me feel better as the current issues in slot racing have really had me in a funk lately.


Was a good day for the local "J" racers with Jason Dennis, Jason Echelbarger, and Josh Crutchfield all having great A main runs in a close Can Am final.


Congrats to Cap on his wins and to all the other racers for their efforts.

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