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A wet midsummer. But good racing anyway. <br>http://www.dragracingeurope.eu/blog/2017/06/26/great-ra

A wet midsummer. But good racing anyway.
http://www.dragracingeurope.eu/blog/2017/06/26/great-ra

27/06/2017, Australia, Motorsport - Drag Racing, Australian Drag Racing, Article # 22972010
A wet midsummer. But good racing anyway.
http://www.dragracingeurope.eu/blog/2017/06/26/great-racing-between-showers-at-tallhed/#more-4767

Great racing between showers at Tallhed | Dragracing Europe

It´s not easy for organizers to create a dragrace event when the weather Gods not co-operating. But Färnäs Night Cruisers manage to do the very best of Midsummer Festival anyway. Friday was on and off when it came to the weather, but two qualifying rounds was done.

http://www.dragracingeurope.eu/blog/2017/06/26/great-racing-between-showers-at-tallhed/#more-4767
Weekend recap, IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship at Piedmont Dragway

Weekend recap, IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship at Piedmont Dragway

27/06/2017, Australia, Motorsport - Drag Racing, Australian Drag Racing, Article # 22971580
Weekend recap, IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship at Piedmont Dragway

JULIAN, N.C. — The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Summit Sportsman National Championship returned to action June 23-25 with the eighth-stop in the 15-stop series at Piedmont Dragway.

 

Myron Piatek scored the weekend sweep in the Stock division, while Mark Nowicki extended his Super Stock winning streak to three races on Saturday before Emory Pierpoint took top honors on Sunday. Saturday’s Top Dragster final saw both racers match their dial-in times perfectly.

Competitors entered the weekend events in the following classes: Top Sportsman, Top Dragster, Super Stock, Stock, Quick Rod, Hot Rod and Junior Dragster. Full results are available here: http://dragstory.com/forum/index.php/board,306.0.html; a weekend recap of the Piedmont action is below: 

 

Click here for event photos

 

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Top Dragster: T.G. Paschal from McLeansville, N.C., won on a holeshot against Chris Ferguson from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., in a Top Dragster final which both drivers matched their dial-in times. Paschal matched his 4.77-second dial-in perfectly at 143.40 mph and combined it with a .005 reaction time. Ferguson matched his 4.53 perfectly at 152.33 mph and posted a .015 reaction time.

Top Sportsman: Racers from the Tar Heel State battled it out in the Top Sportsman final with Jut Crumpler from Elm City winning when Asheville driver Tim West red-lighted. Crumpler made a 5.097-second pass at 137.36 mph on a 5.10 dial-in, along with a .034 reaction time. West went 4.878 seconds against a 4.88 dial-in at 144.55 mph, but was .005 too quick at the start.

 

Quick Rod: Mitchell Harkey from China Grove, N.C., matched his dial-in time to edge IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship points leader Randal Langley from Naples, Fla., in the Quick Rod final. Harkey went down the track in 5.704 seconds against a 5.70 dial-in at 132.74 mph and had a .027 reaction time. Langley finished with a 5.689-second elapsed time at 138.73 mph against a 5.70 dial-in, combined with a .053 reaction time.

 

Super Rod: Fastest qualifier Steve Furr from Harrisburg, N.C., won on a holeshot to deny Justen Moser from Portland, Ind., a chance to repeat his Super Rod win at US 131. Furr had a .009 reaction time and posted a 6.410-second pass at 128.66 mph against a 6.40 dial-in. Moser matched his dial-in with a 6.401-second run at 134.10, but was a little slower at the tree with a .028 reaction time.

 

Hot Rod: David Lincoln from Charleston, S.C., won a closely contested Hot Rod final against Glenn Ferguson Jr. from Greensboro, N.C. as both drivers tried to hit a seven-second dial-in. Lincoln came closer with a 6.985-second pass at 109.07 mph. Ferguson had a slightly quicker reaction time, .010 to .013, but lost by a scant margin after his pass of 6.979 seconds at 105.88 mph.

 

Super Stock: Mark Nowicki from Holmes Beach, Fla., extended his Super Stock winning streak to three races after sweeping action at US 131 Motorsports Park two weeks ago. Nowicki posted a 6.127-second elapsed time at 110.61 mph against a 6.11 dial-in, along with a .044 reaction time. Brian Oakes from Taylorsville, N.C, red-lighted, but went on down the track in 6.343 seconds at 106.88 mph.

 

Stock: In another Florida versus North Carolina final, Myron Piatek from Holly Hill, Fla., won over local driver Kevin Locklear with a 7.218-second pass at 92.95 mph on a 7.18 dial-in. Locklear, from nearby Sanford, N.C., went down the track in 6.958 seconds at 93.41 mph against a 6.91 dial-in. Piatek also held a slight edge .023 to .030 in reaction time.

 

Junior Dragster: Trent Horton from Callahan, Fla., captured the Junior Dragster victory when final-round opponent, Blaine Parrish from Clayton, N.C., red-lighted. With a .075 reaction time, Horton hurried down the track in 8.925 seconds at 70.76 mph against an 8.94 dial-in. Parrish finished in 9.708 seconds at 49.88 mph with a 7.94 dial-in.

 

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Top Dragster: In a battle of North Carolina drivers, Robert Volger III from Lewisville matched his dial-in time with a 4.999-second run at 150.93 mph to best Tony Meltvedt from Concord in the final. Volger was slightly quicker at the tree .020 to .022, while Meltvedt’s final numbers bore out a 4.694-second effort on a 4.68 dial-in at 146.22 mph.

Top Sportsman: Stacy Hall from Chesnee, S.C., edged Jim Cairnes from Hendersonville, N.C., in a close race for Top Sportsman honors. Hall had a 4.552-second pass at 150.88 mph against a 4.53 dial-in and combined with a .038 reaction time. Cairnes was quicker at the line with a .020 start, but came up just shy overall with a 4.855 at 141.06 on a 4.86 dial-in.

 

Quick Rod: Frank Altilio from Apopka, Fla., followed up his nearly perfect No. 1 qualifying effort by blitzing through eliminations in Quick Rod. Altilio finished with a 5.673-second run at 144.69 on a 5.70 dial-in, following a .023 reaction time. His final round opponent, Corey Manuel from Winston-Salem, N.C., red-lighted at the start before going down the track at 5.724 seconds and 127.13 mph.

 

Super Rod: Paul Brown made the trek from Cass City, Mich., pay off with the Super Rod victory. Brown ended with a 6.412 elapsed time at 129.68 on a 6.40 dial-in, combined with a .024 reaction time. Steve Furr from Harrisburg, N.C., red-lighted at the start and then coasted down the track in 11.899 seconds.

 

Hot Rod: Another No. 1 qualifier took top honors in Hot Rod with Chris Dean from Sanford, N.C., winning on a holeshot. Dean had the almost perfect .001 start and ran 6.989 seconds at 111.09 mph against a seven-second dial-in. Runner-up David Owen from Callahan, Fla., had a .011 start and matched Dean’s time at 6.989 seconds at 104.54, also against a seven-second dial-in..

 

Super Stock: Emory Pierpoint from Cartersville, Ga., captured the Super Stock title with a 6.714-second pass at 98.65 mph against a 6.70 dial-in. Pierpoint won the battle at the start as well, with a .071 reaction to .167 for runner-up Ed Longhany from Wade, N.C.  Longhany scooted down the track in 6.654 seconds against a 6.61 dial-in at 101.01 mph.

 

Stock: Myron Piatek from Holly Hill, Fla., scored the weekend sweep in Stock against a strong 35-car field. Piatek ran 7.142 seconds at 94.41 mph against a 7.12 dial-in and posted a .032 reaction time. Fastest qualifier Clay Bullard of Camden, S.C., was runner-up after going 6.522 seconds at 102.43 mph against a 6.51 dial-in, along with a .078 start.

 

Junior Dragster: Top qualifier Nicole Zuccarelli from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base was the quickest on land, winning the Junior Dragster final on a holeshot. Her .005 reaction time put her ahead of Morgan Carroll from Olar, S.C., who posted a .108 at the start. Zuccarelli posted a 7.928 elapsed time at 80.70 mph against a 7.90 dial-in. Carroll finished with an 8.098-second pass at 80.84 mph against an 8.10 dial-in.



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FORMULA TECH WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY HOUR OF POWER NOVEMBER 1ST

FORMULA TECH WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY HOUR OF POWER NOVEMBER 1ST

27/06/2017, Australia, Motorsport - Drag Racing, Australian Drag Racing, Article # 22970173
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Formula Tech WhoopAss Wednesday featuring the Hour of Power on November 1. Off street drag racing from 6pm and the Hour of Power burnout comp with $500 to win from 9pm. Reserve your burnout competition spot by calling Perth Motorplex on 9419 6622.

EVENT SCHEDULE

Competitor Entry:
5:00pm
Spectator Entry:
5:30pm
Drag Racing:
From 6:00pm
Scrutineering Closes (Last Chance To Lodge Entry Forms):
8:00pm (or 180 entries)
Burnouts:
9:00pm

SPECTATOR ADMISSION PRICES

Adult 18+:
$20.00
Concession*:
$17.00
Student* 13-17:
$12.00
Child* 5-12:
$6.00
Child Under 5:
FREE
Family (2+3):
$46.00
* Identification and/or evidence of qualification for the concessional prices must be produced when purchasing tickets and when entering the event.
# Booking fees apply for print@home tickets ($2.50 per ticket)
Recommended: To purchase tickets at the gate

COMPETITOR ENTRY PRICES

Driver / Rider and Vehicle:
$60.00
* Additional Driver / Passenger:
$15.00 + spectator fee
* Purchase Additional Driver / Passenger Form from Competitor Gate at Entry
Burnouts and Classic American Vehicles (theme night):
$20.00
Good Friday Burnout King
EVENT DETAILS
The burnout season is really getting going now as we hit our second Formula Tech WhoopAss Wednesday Hour of Power for the season! See up to 30 burnout cars taking on the pad for the cash.

Hour of Power dates for this season are as follows:

September 6 – Hour of Power

October 4 – Hour of Power

November 1 – Hour of Power

December 6 – Hour of Power

February 7 – Hour of Power

March 7 – Hour of Power

April 4 – Hour of Power

May 2 – Hour of Power

May 30 – Hour of Power

WANT TO RACE YOUR CAR OR BIKE AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY?

This is what you have to do…

  • No need to book. Just turn up to Perth Motorplex between 5pm and, ideally, 7pm. Competitor Entry closes at 8pm
  • At Perth Motorplex, go straight to Competitor Entry and purchase an entry form. At this time, you may choose to purchase an extra driver or passenger pass.
  • After purchasing entry form, drive or ride around the scrutineering, and line-up to be scrutineered.
  • Once your car or bike has been scrutineered, park your vehicle in pit area, then GO BACK to scrutineering with photo-identification and see the lovely officials at indemnities to sign-in.
  • At indemnities, you will receive an armband. Anyone who is in the car on the race track will need an armband.

After sign-in indemnities you can take your vehicle to staging lanes and prepare to race.

Make sure you check out this 3-minute video that explains all…

WATCH: HOW TO RACE YOUR CAR AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY 

COMPETITOR GENERAL INFORMATION AND THEME NIGHTS

Since 2015, Perth Motorplex has often hosted special theme nights for particular cars or bikes.

Q: Are these WhoopAss Wednesdays still open to other competitors?

A: Absolutely. In fact, some of our theme nights are so obscure, only around 10 or 15 cars turn up. The other 150 or so are normal competitors.

Q: Why do we host theme nights?

A: Several reasons:

  • Sometimes, certain cars are bikes are seriously cool.
  • To keep things interesting
  • To give people (who may have never gone down the drag strip) a chance to try out the drag strip for a smaller than usual fee
  • To encourage new people to come down and give it a go.
  • To give the humble wannabe racer who may never have been down the drag strip the perfect opportunity to check out how fast their daily driver actual goes.

Alas, at every WhoopAss Wednesday, whilst we have theme nights for some cars or bikes, there is still plenty of time for everyone else to get numerous runs down the drag strip.

NEWBIE COMPETITOR WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY CHECKLIST

Before Entering

Driver: 

  • AS/NZS1698 helmet as minimum (NB: AS1698 no longer accepted as of 2013)
  • Long sleeve shirt
  • Long pants

Rider:

  • AS/NZS1698 helmet as minimum (NB: AS1698 no longer accepted as of 2013)
  • Riding jacket
  • Long pants and boots

 

AT THE TRACK

  • Purchase entry form at Competitor Gate
  • Purchase extra driver or passenger form at Competitor Gate (if required)
  • Vehicle Scrutineered
  • Signed-in at Indemnities
  • Both driver and passenger (or rider have received armbands)

Make sure you check out this 3-minute video that explains all…

WATCH: HOW TO RACE YOUR CAR AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY 

THE WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY MENTOR - EXCLUSIVE FOR FIRST-TIMERS AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY

Are you a newbie, nervous, or in two-minds as to what to expect at your first WhoopASS Wednesday experience?

Let us reassure you.

Introducing Rangz.

Daniel “Rangz” Natalotto is at nearly every WhoopASS Wednesday, and he is there to help YOU!

Rangz is your WhoopASS Wednesday mentor. The ‘Go-To’ guy. His one and only job is to help first-timers to WhoopASS Wednesday down the drag strip with confidence and ease. And, if you can’t find him and ask him a question – he will come find you.

Daniel ‘Rangz” Natalotto has won National Open events at Perth Motorplex in Comp Bike, and occasionally takes his car out for competition, too.

So, whether you are a first time car or bike competitor – Rangz is there to help YOU!

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WANT TO ENTER THE BURNOUTS?

If you would like to have a go on the Snakepit – simply pre book your place by contacting the Perth Motorplex office 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday: (08) 9419 6622.
You can book several weeks in advance – so get in early to ensure your place on the ‘Snakepit’. Most Wednesday nights are limited to six burnout cars unless it’s advertised as an “Hour of Power” where up to fifteen Burnout cars will pound the ground from 9pm till 10pm to close off the night.
To make it even better the winner as judged by crowd response will receive a Trophy and Free Entry to another Formula Tech Dyno Centre Whoop Ass Wednesday event during the season. How cool is that?

FIRST TIME DOING A BURNOUT?

Never done a burnout before? But, would like to give it a crack.

Nervous? Afraid of screwing up in front of the crowd?

Contact the office and let them know you are a ‘Newbie’.

A time can be arranged so you can have a crack at the pad either at 5:45pm (15 minutes before WAW starts) or at the end of the night (around 10pm).

Perth Motorplex is also developing a Mentoring program where one of the top level Burnout competitors will go through the basics and teach you how to skid.

If you would like to have a go on the Snakepit – simply pre book your place by contacting the Perth Motorplex office 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday: (08) 9419 6622 or email dragracing@motorplex.com.au

VIDEO: HOW TO GO RACING AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY
VIDEO: SOME OF THE ACTION AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY

The post FORMULA TECH WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY HOUR OF POWER NOVEMBER 1ST appeared first on Perth Motorplex.



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FORMULA TECH WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY HOUR OF POWER

FORMULA TECH WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY HOUR OF POWER

27/06/2017, Australia, Motorsport - Drag Racing, Australian Drag Racing, Article # 22970011
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Formula Tech WhoopAss Wednesday featuring the Hour of Power on November 1. Off street drag racing from 6pm and the Hour of Power burnout comp with $500 to win from 9pm. Reserve your burnout competition spot by calling Perth Motorplex on 9419 6622.

EVENT SCHEDULE

Competitor Entry:
5:00pm
Spectator Entry:
5:30pm
Drag Racing:
From 6:00pm
Scrutineering Closes (Last Chance To Lodge Entry Forms):
8:00pm (or 180 entries)
Burnouts:
9:00pm

SPECTATOR ADMISSION PRICES

Adult 18+:
$20.00
Concession*:
$17.00
Student* 13-17:
$12.00
Child* 5-12:
$6.00
Child Under 5:
FREE
Family (2+3):
$46.00
* Identification and/or evidence of qualification for the concessional prices must be produced when purchasing tickets and when entering the event.
# Booking fees apply for print@home tickets ($2.50 per ticket)
Recommended: To purchase tickets at the gate

COMPETITOR ENTRY PRICES

Driver / Rider and Vehicle:
$60.00
* Additional Driver / Passenger:
$15.00 + spectator fee
* Purchase Additional Driver / Passenger Form from Competitor Gate at Entry
Burnouts and Classic American Vehicles (theme night):
$20.00
Good Friday Burnout King
EVENT DETAILS
The burnout season is really getting going now as we hit our second Formula Tech WhoopAss Wednesday Hour of Power for the season! See up to 30 burnout cars taking on the pad for the cash.

Hour of Power dates for this season are as follows:

September 6 – Hour of Power

October 4 – Hour of Power

November 1 – Hour of Power

December 6 – Hour of Power

February 7 – Hour of Power

March 7 – Hour of Power

April 4 – Hour of Power

May 2 – Hour of Power

May 30 – Hour of Power

WANT TO RACE YOUR CAR OR BIKE AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY?

This is what you have to do…

  • No need to book. Just turn up to Perth Motorplex between 5pm and, ideally, 7pm. Competitor Entry closes at 8pm
  • At Perth Motorplex, go straight to Competitor Entry and purchase an entry form. At this time, you may choose to purchase an extra driver or passenger pass.
  • After purchasing entry form, drive or ride around the scrutineering, and line-up to be scrutineered.
  • Once your car or bike has been scrutineered, park your vehicle in pit area, then GO BACK to scrutineering with photo-identification and see the lovely officials at indemnities to sign-in.
  • At indemnities, you will receive an armband. Anyone who is in the car on the race track will need an armband.

After sign-in indemnities you can take your vehicle to staging lanes and prepare to race.

Make sure you check out this 3-minute video that explains all…

WATCH: HOW TO RACE YOUR CAR AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY 

COMPETITOR GENERAL INFORMATION AND THEME NIGHTS

Since 2015, Perth Motorplex has often hosted special theme nights for particular cars or bikes.

Q: Are these WhoopAss Wednesdays still open to other competitors?

A: Absolutely. In fact, some of our theme nights are so obscure, only around 10 or 15 cars turn up. The other 150 or so are normal competitors.

Q: Why do we host theme nights?

A: Several reasons:

  • Sometimes, certain cars are bikes are seriously cool.
  • To keep things interesting
  • To give people (who may have never gone down the drag strip) a chance to try out the drag strip for a smaller than usual fee
  • To encourage new people to come down and give it a go.
  • To give the humble wannabe racer who may never have been down the drag strip the perfect opportunity to check out how fast their daily driver actual goes.

Alas, at every WhoopAss Wednesday, whilst we have theme nights for some cars or bikes, there is still plenty of time for everyone else to get numerous runs down the drag strip.

NEWBIE COMPETITOR WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY CHECKLIST

Before Entering

Driver: 

  • AS/NZS1698 helmet as minimum (NB: AS1698 no longer accepted as of 2013)
  • Long sleeve shirt
  • Long pants

Rider:

  • AS/NZS1698 helmet as minimum (NB: AS1698 no longer accepted as of 2013)
  • Riding jacket
  • Long pants and boots

 

AT THE TRACK

  • Purchase entry form at Competitor Gate
  • Purchase extra driver or passenger form at Competitor Gate (if required)
  • Vehicle Scrutineered
  • Signed-in at Indemnities
  • Both driver and passenger (or rider have received armbands)

Make sure you check out this 3-minute video that explains all…

WATCH: HOW TO RACE YOUR CAR AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY 

THE WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY MENTOR - EXCLUSIVE FOR FIRST-TIMERS AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY

Are you a newbie, nervous, or in two-minds as to what to expect at your first WhoopASS Wednesday experience?

Let us reassure you.

Introducing Rangz.

Daniel “Rangz” Natalotto is at nearly every WhoopASS Wednesday, and he is there to help YOU!

Rangz is your WhoopASS Wednesday mentor. The ‘Go-To’ guy. His one and only job is to help first-timers to WhoopASS Wednesday down the drag strip with confidence and ease. And, if you can’t find him and ask him a question – he will come find you.

Daniel ‘Rangz” Natalotto has won National Open events at Perth Motorplex in Comp Bike, and occasionally takes his car out for competition, too.

So, whether you are a first time car or bike competitor – Rangz is there to help YOU!

10919019_771032512991160_8468337576037293189_n

WANT TO ENTER THE BURNOUTS?

If you would like to have a go on the Snakepit – simply pre book your place by contacting the Perth Motorplex office 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday: (08) 9419 6622.
You can book several weeks in advance – so get in early to ensure your place on the ‘Snakepit’. Most Wednesday nights are limited to six burnout cars unless it’s advertised as an “Hour of Power” where up to fifteen Burnout cars will pound the ground from 9pm till 10pm to close off the night.
To make it even better the winner as judged by crowd response will receive a Trophy and Free Entry to another Formula Tech Dyno Centre Whoop Ass Wednesday event during the season. How cool is that?

FIRST TIME DOING A BURNOUT?

Never done a burnout before? But, would like to give it a crack.

Nervous? Afraid of screwing up in front of the crowd?

Contact the office and let them know you are a ‘Newbie’.

A time can be arranged so you can have a crack at the pad either at 5:45pm (15 minutes before WAW starts) or at the end of the night (around 10pm).

Perth Motorplex is also developing a Mentoring program where one of the top level Burnout competitors will go through the basics and teach you how to skid.

If you would like to have a go on the Snakepit – simply pre book your place by contacting the Perth Motorplex office 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday: (08) 9419 6622 or email dragracing@motorplex.com.au

VIDEO: HOW TO GO RACING AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY
VIDEO: SOME OF THE ACTION AT WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY

The post FORMULA TECH WHOOPASS WEDNESDAY HOUR OF POWER appeared first on Perth Motorplex.



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Midsummer Festival Orsa gallery updated! <br>http://www.dragracingeurope.eu/edrs/?page_id=3946&previ

Midsummer Festival Orsa gallery updated!
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26/06/2017, Australia, Motorsport - Drag Racing, Australian Drag Racing, Article # 22969889
Midsummer Festival Orsa gallery updated!
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Midsummer Festival gallery updated!
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Midsummer Festival gallery updated!
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Photo - One of the things we really enjoy out at the track is getting to meet the fans. New and old,

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