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#1 Cheater

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 06:52 AM

What a great day of racing we had in Cleveland at SERRA race #6!

There were 45 entries in the three classes, with 27 racers attending. Thunder Valley's reverse Kingleman is a great track, as smooth as anywhere we've raced, and with almost no "gotchas".

Thanks to all the racers who traveled long distances to run at this event: Butch Dunaway from OH, Don Weaver and Don Berni from SC, and Bobby Robinson and Steve Saunders from AL. There are probably some travelers I need to mention, and I will do so this evening when I have the sign-up sheets at hand.

Due to other committments, I was unable to get the pics and race results posted yesterday, and today, as usual, work is getting in the way of slot racing (I just hate that...). Getting the pics and results posted is near the top of today's after-work to-do list (slotted in right after dinner, of course).

Thanks to all who helped us have a great day of retro racing!

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 06:57 AM

Thanks, Greg. I'll be patient. :)

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 09:14 AM

I had a blast. :) These cars were fun to race. I can't wait two do it again.

Thanks to Chad, Jason, and Pop for the cars and motors I ran.

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 09:18 AM

"And there was THUN-DER!, THUN-DER!, over Thunder Road... :rolleyes:
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Posted 25 August 2008 - 06:51 PM

GREAT track, GREAT turn-out, and GREAT racing! Thanks to Greg and Jay for all their hard work with SERRA. :D

BTW, the SERRA shirts and hats are way kool.

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 06:56 PM

Where can I get a SERRA shirt?

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 07:45 PM

Geez, Pablo, don't you read the posts in this forum? LOL!!

Embroidered SERRA logo items

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Posted 25 August 2008 - 07:49 PM

Thanks, Greg. I can read but I ain't real bright. :laugh2:

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 07:29 AM

Okay, here are the results:

Retro F1

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1) Butch Dunaway, 280 laps 26 sections, best time of 4.879 secs in orange lane
2) Raymond Gonzalez, 278 + 5, 4.771 in purple
3) Greg Wells, 273 + 8, 4.771 in blue
4) Chad Harrington, 271 + 22, 4.670 in green
5) Eddie Lawley, 269 + 16, 4.779 in orange
6) Ralph Thorne Jr, 269 + 6, 4.939 in black
7) Michael Shepard, 263 + 23, 5.049 in blue
8) Bobby Robinson, 263 + 5, 4.941 in orange
9) Don Weaver, 255 + 22, 4.830 in yellow
10) Chris Barnes, 255 + 19, 4.831 in orange
11) Steve Harrington, 225 + 5, 5.432 in yellow
12) Jason Alexander, 223 + 28, 4.889 in yellow
13) Jay Guard, 163, 4.769 in blue

Concours winners: Best Appearing and Most Realistic: Raymond "Speedy" Gonzalez

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L to R, Raymond Gonzalez, Butch Dunaway, Greg Wells


Retro Can-Am

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1) Chris Barnes, 286 laps 17 sections, best time of 4.561 secs in orange
2) Chad Harrington, 285 + 23, 4.559 in orange
3) Bobby Robinson, 279 + 20, 4.721 in orange
4) Butch Dunaway, 278 + 9, 4.721 in orange
5) Bart Merriman, 275 + 14, 4.770 in orange
6) Raymond Gonzalez, 266 + 2, 4.781 in purple
7) Steve Saunders, 245 + 27, 5.160 in red
8) Doug Smith, 244 + 27, 4.670 in orange
9) Steve Harrington, 242 + 29, 4.889 in yellow
10) Courtney Smith, 234 + 11, 5.000 in black
11) Jay Guard, 234, 4.669 in yellow
12) Don Weaver, 197, 4.831 in white
13) Eddie Rowland, 182, 4.881 in purple
14) John England, 143, 4.391 in red (rider?)
15) Eddie Lawley, 89, 4.719 in blue
16) Michael Shepard, 87, 4.830 in green

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Concours winners: Best Appearing: Steve Saunders (L), Most Realistic: Butch "Pappy" Dunaway

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L to R, Chad Harrington, Chris Barnes, Bobby Robinson


Flexi GT

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L to R, Ralph Thorne, Kevin Rodden, Bill Gore, Jay Guard, Daniel Merriman, Courtney Smith, Alex Harrington

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L to R, Gary Howell, Jason Alexander, Eric Rodden, Randy Hampton, Doug Smith, Bobby Robinson, Eddie Rowland, Chad Harrington

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1) Ralph Thorne Jr, 305 laps 5 sections, best time of 4.388 secs in black
2) Jay Guard, 298 + 24, 4.500 in orange
3) Eddie Rowland, 289 + 28, 4.339 in orange
4) Bobby Robinson, 287 + 23, 4.667 in orange
5) Eric Rodden, 286 + 10, 4.609 in blue
6) Daniel Merriman, 285 + 5, 4.500 in black
7) Steve Harrington, 280 + 8, 4.448 in white
8) Kevin Rodden, 271 + 14, 4.719 in orange
9) Bill Gore, 261 + 23, 4.718 in white
10) Gary Howell, 232 + 28, 4.441 in orange
11) Alex Harrington, 231 + 6, 4.781 in green
12) Jason Alexander, 203, 4.332 in green
13) Doug Smith, 176 + 29, 4.558 in yellow
14) Courtney Smith, 159, 4.887 in orange
15) Chad Harrington, 122, 4.387 in orange
16) Randy Hampton, 5, 5.218 in orange

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Concours winners: Best Appearing: Chad Harrington, Most Realistic: Ralph Thorne Jr (L)

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L to R, Jay Guard, Ralph Thorne, Eddie Rowland

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 02:23 PM

Who's that Butch guy winning? :laugh2: And that Cheater 3rd?

Congrats to all the podium guys and to the others I hope you had fun!

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 02:26 PM

Nice job in F1, Pappy. :drinks:

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 02:30 PM

Noose,

That third place should really be credited to Don Weaver of Greenwood, SC, who lent me one of the best-handling F1 cars I've ever driven. All I had to do was slap on the Mac-painted body I bought at the Sano last year and install a new set of rear tires and it was ballistic, as the lap time shows.

This is the same car Randall Durham drove at our SERRA race in Abbeville, SC, where he finished a lap behind the winner, Jay Guard.

If I could have driven it the way it deserved to be driven, it would have finished in first place without a doubt.

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 03:09 PM

Nice job in F1, Pappy.

Thanks, Pablo. As you can see by the lap times I was nowhere near the fastest car but I had a good clean run. My body still looked new at the end of the race. Can't say the same for the Can-Am race, I stunk the place up in that one. As a matter of fact, I took out four other cars in one turn on the first lap. :laugh2:

I'd like to thank Bart Merriman (the owner of Thunder Road) for hosting a great race. The track is great, the establishment is great, and Bart is one of the nicest guys you'd ever want to meet. Thanks, Bart

I'd also like to thank Cheater and Jay for putting on the event. Everything went smooth as glass and was a lot of fun. Thanks, guys. :clapping:

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 03:14 PM

If I could have driven it the way it deserved to be driven, it would have finished in first place without a doubt.

Don't be so modest.

We're changing your name to Felipe Wells. :)

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 07:21 PM

Still tweaking the pics and will get them posted tonight.

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 07:38 PM

Hello All,

Yes, it was a great turnout for the SERRA races this past Saturday at Thunder Road Raceway in Cleveland, TN. Bart, Katrina, and his helpers were wonderful hosts. And I made some more new friends.

I hope Greg doesn't mind :unsure: but I know a lot of you are waiting for some pictures of the event. Here are some for your enjoyment. :)



Thunder Road Raceway.



The Formula 1s. The slips of paper are the numbers and ballots for the racer-vote concours procedure that SERRA utilizes.



The rest of the Formula 1s.



Here is race #1: F1s at the starting line.



Race #1 F1 racers ready to go. L to R, Jay Guard, Don Weaver, Greg Wells, Butch Dunaway, Chad Harrington, and Raymond Gonzalez.



F1 race #1 action.



Here is the race #2 F1s at the starting line.



Race #2 F1 racers ready to go. L to R, Bobby Robinson, Jason Alexander, Steve Harrington, Ralph Thorne Jr, Eddie Lawley, Chris Barnes, and Michael Shepard.



F1 race #2 action.



Some F1 marshalling action.



Our host, Bart Merriman, race-directing.



Two lovely ladies - Karen Berni and Brenda Weaver. :wub:

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Pappy doing some marshalling.



The pits.



The Can-Ams waiting for Concours.



Some of the Can-Ams.



Some more of the Can-Ams.



The rest of the Can-Ams.



Here are the race #1 Can-Ams at the starting line.



The race #1 Can-Am racers ready to go. L to R: Bart Merriman, Courtney Smith, Raymond Gonzalez, Doug Smith, Eddie Lawley, Don Weaver, Steve Harrington, and Jay Guard.



More marshalling action, with Ralph Thorne Jr in the hole.



The racers having fun.



Some racing action in F1 class.



Thunder Road's two tracks.



That's all for now. Thanks again to Bart and Thunder Road Raceway for a great time.

V/R,

Don :)

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 07:49 PM

We're changing your name to Felipe Wells.


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Posted 27 August 2008 - 05:24 AM

The F1 Cars

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Jason Alexander, 116.1 grams.

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Chris Barnes, 108.0 grams

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Chad Harrington, 102.5 grams.

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Butch "Pappy" Dunaway, 108.8 grams

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Raymond "Speedy" Gonzalez, 111.7 grams. The racers voted this car both parts of Concours: Best Appearing and Most Realistic.

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Jay Guard. (Somehow I forgot to shoot a pic of Jay's F1, so I grabbed these pics from an earlier race report.)

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Eddie Lawley, 108.0 grams. All the F1 chassis were nicely done, but Eddie's work is so clean and so... well, perfect that it really stands out. It's slot car jewelry without the polishing.

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Bobby Robinson, 100.8 grams. Hey, Bobby, when the new rules go into effect, that lead tape on the bottom won't fly!

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Steve Harrington, 113.2 grams

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Michael Shepard, 124.6 grams

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Ralph Thorne Jr, racing a loaner from Butch Dunaway. 106.7 grams.

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Don Weaver, 111.9 grams

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Greg Wells, chassis by Don Weaver. 119.8 grams.

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 05:10 AM

The Can-Am cars

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Chris Barnes, 104.3 grams. Cool spider-web paint job is definitely a retro touch. How do you do this, Chris?

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Chad Harrington, 117.5 grams

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Courtney Smith, 107.2 grams

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Doug Smith, 117.8 grams

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Butch "Rick Hendrick" Dunaway, 122.9 grams. Butch fields the largest multi-car team in SERRA! A shameless promoter of retro racing, Butch sent four chassis to Thunder Road before the race so the locals could get a taste.

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John England, 111.1 grams. Another Dunaway renta-racer with a very interesting split pan design.

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Raymond "Speedy" Gonzalez, 115.8 grams

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Jay Guard, 103.6 grams. Jay's run this same body at all of the SERRA races so far. It used to weigh-in at just over 100 grams, but as he adds more and more tape...

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Eddie Lawley, 118.3 grams

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Bart Merriman, 132.0 grams. Dunaway stable chassis constructed from an R-Geo F1 center section and R-Geo pans. Worked great, as Bart won his main with it, by almost ten laps over second place.

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Bobby Robinson, 117.4 grams

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Eddie Rowland, 126.0 grams

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Steve Saunders, 127.8 grams. The Can-Am "Best Appearing" concours winner, as voted by the racers themselves. Paint by the very talented Eddie MacDonald in TX, aka Mac on Slotblog.

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Steve Harrington, 120.6 grams

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Michael Shepard, 114.5 grams

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Don Weaver, 116.9 grams

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 09:27 AM

The webbing paint comes in spray cans with a special nozzle. Coverite used to sell it, the cans I now have are Krylon from a Sherwin-Williams paint store. It comes in a number of different colors. :)
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Posted 28 August 2008 - 09:46 AM

Bill,

I have no experience with the technique but I recall reading somewhere that spraying unthinned paint through an airbrush at a certain pressure will also produce the effect and was wondering if that's the way Chris did it.

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 03:46 PM

Greg,

I never tried it thru an airbrush but that is how we do it using full-size equipment. Spray unthinned and vary pressure to get the effect you like. One of my favorites thru an airbrush was the dots and starbursts. Today it is buzz bomb for me. Leave the painting to the pros like Noose, Jairus. etc...
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Posted 28 August 2008 - 04:36 PM

As Bill said, use Krylon. It is easy to use, takes only a few seconds. Then follow with your regular color and you are done. I originally used Coverite, but I think they discontinued it.

I ordered it through the internet. Hobby Lobby carries the gold webbing paint only. You may get a hardware store to special order it for you.

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 07:07 PM

I am pretty sure Lowe's carries it in their stores. Not sure about home Depot as we don't have one here.

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 08:45 PM

The Flexi GT cars

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Alex Harrington, 106.8 grams

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Jason Alexander, 101.7 grams

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Chad Harrington, 101.0 grams

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Courtney Smith, 100.6 grams

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Daniel Merriman, 102.2 grams

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Doug Smith, 108.2 grams

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Eric Rodden, 103.5 grams

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Bill Gore, 111/6 grams

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Jay Guard, 108.6 grams

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Randy Hampton, 103.9 grams

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Gary Howell, 100.0 grams

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Kevin Rodden, 102.1 grams

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Bobby Robinson, 113.5 grams

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Eddie Rowland, 103.4 grams

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Steve Harrington, 100.6 grams

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Ralph Thorne Jr, 100.0 grams

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