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#1 Arne Saknussem

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Posted 30 September 2019 - 10:20 PM

September 27, 2019

 

Routed wood, 150-ft flat track

3019 Niagara St.

Niagara Falls, NY

 

 

TRANS AM
1. Alex Obara 73 laps - 9.379 best lap
2. Joe Fabiano 73 - 9.289
3. Pete Varlan 73 - 9.418
4. Gill Arbour 69 - 9.791
5. Max Hammerstein 64 = 10.383
6. Tony Fabiano 63 - 10.675
7. Steve Barnes 62 - 10.540
 
GROUP C
1. Alex Obara 78 - 8.976
2. Brian Vaccaro 77 - 9.019
3. Joe Fabiano 76 - 9.064
4. Pete Varlan 76 - 9.072
5. Tony Vaccaro 74 - 9.214
6. Gill Arbour 72 - 9.307
7. Steve Barnes 70 - 9.892
8. Max Hammerstein 68 - 9.854
9. Tony Fabiano 64 - 9.844
 
GT
1. Alex Obara 80 - 8.644
2. Joe Fabiano 79 - 8.820
3. Brian Vaccaro 78 - 8.754
4. Pete Varlan 78 - 8.807
5. Tony Vaccaro 78 - 9.710
6. Gill Arbour 73 - 9.120
7. Max Hammerstein 70
8. Tony Fabiano 67
9. Steve Barnes 65
 
Our thanks to Fast Ron Shatz for the venue and the track time!

Pete Varlan

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Posted 09 October 2019 - 09:00 PM

10/4/2019

 

Trans Am - 9 entries, and a really close race for the 2nd spot.

  1. Alex Obara, 74.90, 9.221/y
  2. Al Patterson, 73.70, 9.422/y
  3. Joe Fabiano, 73.20, 9.397/b
  4. Pete Varlan, 73.10, 9.286/y
  5. Gill Arbour, 70.20, 9.707/y
  6. Steve Barnes, 64.50, 10.574
  7. Tony Fabiano, 64.10, 10.289/w
  8. Mr. Marsh, 63.00, 10.509/b
  9. Max Taylor, 62.55, 10.522/y

 

Fast Laps

Y: 9.221, Alex

W: 9.263, Alex

B: 9.396, Alex

R: 9.388, Alex

 

Group C – in which there were the same 9 entries.  Another close one.  In a surprise development, Al began the promotional tour for his new book “The Nerfist” or “The Accidental Nerf – Planning and Execution.”  He was kind enough to share some tips about using the guy on the outside as a berm, and how to say ‘sorry’ with some sincerity.  Others emulated his efforts with varying degrees of success.

  1. Al, 77.00, 9.115/b
  2. Pete, 76.95, 9.109/y
  3. Alex, 76.50, 9.092/y
  4. Joe, 75.85, 9.139/b
  5. Mr. Marsh, 72.20, 9.625/y
  6. Steve, 71.00, 9.791/y
  7. Gill, 70.70, 9.720/b
  8. Max, 68.75, 9.680/y
  9. Tony, 62.35, 9.874/r

 

Fast Laps

Y: 9.092, Alex

W: 9.096, Alex

B: 9.115, Al

R: 9.230, Al

 

GT – 8 entries (Marsh left early).  Tony used up two of Joe’s cars and finished with a third.  He also disappeared under the track a few times as his sugar reserves depleted.  The race got somewhat messy as the nerfing, accidental or otherwise, got a little out of hand.  It may also have been the case that no one really gave a $%#@.  It was, however, a very good time!

  1. Alex, 78.35, 8.866/w
  2. Al, 76.85, 8.996/w
  3. Pete, 76.50, 9.053/y
  4. Joe, 72.35, 8.987/w (2 cars)
  5. Gill, 70.85, 9.125/w
  6. Steve, 66.50, 9.922/w
  7. Max, 66.35, 9.788/b
  8. Tony, 58.45, 10.324 (3 cars)

 

Fast Laps

Y: 8.888, Alex

W: 8.866, Alex

B: 8.948, Alex

R: 9.083, Alex

 

HEY, RON!  Thanks for the use of the track!  And the refrigerator.  We’re keeping the place tidy for you.

 

Thanks to Joe for supervision, Max for the extended Buttoneering and Steve for Teching and Computering.


Pete Varlan

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