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Fidelity Power Systems Pro IT NJMP Lightning

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Terry Hanushek

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The season opener of the Fidelity Power Systems Pro IT Series will be on the challenging Lightning Circuit at NJMP with the Northeast Divisional Racing Series (NEDiv DCS) and the strong MARRS Series. Look for this to be one of the most competitive events of the season with the contingent from MARRS adding to the Pro IT ranks.

 

Registration for thie initial round of the Series is open on MotorsportReg (note new registration site). It will be held on 4 June (Sunday) on the Lightning Course.

 

There will be an SCCA Test Day on Friday.

 

 Supps and Schedule ... Register ... Entry List

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Fidelity Power Systems Pro IT Round 2 Results
NJMP Lightning

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Lance Bergstein - Mazda Miata - 12 laps
Ken Williams - Mazda Miata - 12 laps
Michael Condict - Mazda Miata - 7 laps

ITR

Ben Phillips- Porsche 968 - 12 laps

ITS

Jim Slechta - Nissan 300ZX - 12 laps
Mark Johnston - Nissan 240SX - 12 laps
Roger Maeda - Honda Prelude - 8 laps

ITA

Doug Case - Honda CRX - 11 laps
Don Powers - Honda CRX - 11 laps
Dave Hofmann - Honda CRX - 7 laps

ITB

none

ITC

none

STL

Thomas Paolino - Mazda Miata - 7 laps

STU

Ed Werry - Honda Civic - 12 laps

Round 2 was run in warm, sunny weather. Unfortunately, two cars got together early in the race and contacted the guardrail in the Light Bulb. The race was stopped to assess the damage and could not be restarted because of guardrail repair and time constraints.

Terry







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