Jump to content

Photo

Mid-Ohio NASA CHAMPs 2019

- - - - -

  • Please log in to reply
15 replies to this topic

#1
FTodaro

FTodaro

    Veteran Member

  • SMembers
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,986 posts
  • Location:Columbus Ohio
  • Region:Great Lakes
  • Car Year:2001
  • Car Number:35

No one at the track is talking much so i thought I would. I was at the track today for the Qualifying Race today. The NASA format has changed at least from my last Champs were they are just doing one qualifying Race. So all the work you do in qualifying up to that point is to get your grid spot, so the Q Race is one where you have to be somewhat smart about it because if you spin or get knocked off track your screwed.

 

Today Thomas, Drago and Davis looked like they have a little more than those behind them, but it was hard to tell because there was yellow today that limited what could be done to try and gap the pack. If you have not seen the video they did a pretty good job on  coverage as they had an in-car camera, the normal track cameras and a drone camera which was interesting.

 

Both Kyle and Ryan Roberson, (That is Roberson, pronounced like "Robber-son" coming through the door), if the announcer is reading this, were right there and have been all week. Matthew Dirks in an NA car is incredibly quick. For those always crying about the NA, at this track, its a weapon. Looks like he comes up a little short at the end of the back straight but that is about it.

 

I really can't pick a winner, I have to many friends in the top 6, but i think it comes down to who can manage the tires in the last ten min. of the race. If you have never driven the Toyo there, after driving the Hoosier its just plain scary, you struggle to get the car to turn and you have to hang it out a little to get the car to turn. 

 

I was really impressed with Mark Gibbons, I watched his video today and for a guy who has never been to this track he was driving a pretty good line and i would expect to see him come up through the field.

 

In closing Thomas is fast, Drago comes with a fast car and race craft, Davis is just consistent. We used to call Hille the Zombie because when he was behind you he would just keep coming, Davis may get that title this year.

 

For a change the weather at Mid-O is going to dry and cool, so that is something New.

 

The only thing i saw in tech today was a 99 came in with the intake tube wrapped in foil, oops.

 

Good luck guys, drink some beer tonight and come out flying in the AM.


  • 38bfast and Ryan Roberson like this

Frank
TnT Racing
SCCA Ohio Valley Region
Chairman, SCCA Great Lakes Divisional Series Committee.

Make it Rain - Made Paypal donation of $100+ We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver Donor - Made PayPal donation

#2
38bfast

38bfast

    Veteran Member

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 1,019 posts
  • Location:Sterling Heights, MI
  • Region:OVR
  • Car Year:1999
  • Car Number:38
The race out front looks like it could be exciting.
Ralph Provitz
V2 Motorsports

#3
Steve Scheifler

Steve Scheifler

    member

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,221 posts
  • Location:St. Louis
Big congratulations to Jim for adding the NASA championship to his long list of accomplishments. The spectacular early pass put him in control and he managed the race perfectly from there. Big thumbs up to Jared for keeping the pressure on to the end but it’s a tough place to pass a car with equal or better power. And congratulations to the caveman for getting on the podium, I hope there is some video coming of that battle.
  • Cnj, Caveman-kwebb99, Bench Racer and 1 other like this
Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver

#4
FTodaro

FTodaro

    Veteran Member

  • SMembers
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,986 posts
  • Location:Columbus Ohio
  • Region:Great Lakes
  • Car Year:2001
  • Car Number:35

Congrats to the Podium finishers Jim, Jared and Kyle. It was a fun race to watch. No big gaps with the front pack, clean racing all the way through the field a few yellows, I think all is good in tech.

 

Anyone know how to find the link to the SM race video?


  • Jim Drago, 38bfast and Xav like this

Frank
TnT Racing
SCCA Ohio Valley Region
Chairman, SCCA Great Lakes Divisional Series Committee.

Make it Rain - Made Paypal donation of $100+ We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver Donor - Made PayPal donation

#5
38bfast

38bfast

    Veteran Member

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 1,019 posts
  • Location:Sterling Heights, MI
  • Region:OVR
  • Car Year:1999
  • Car Number:38
3 SM championships in SM is pretty dam impressive. Well done Jim.
  • Cnj and Jim Drago like this
Ralph Provitz
V2 Motorsports

#6
Caveman-kwebb99

Caveman-kwebb99

    Veteran Member

  • SMembers
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 3,021 posts
  • Location:World Wide
  • Region:Great lakes
  • Car Year:2000
  • Car Number:99

Big congratulations to Jim for adding the NASA championship to his long list of accomplishments. The spectacular early pass put him in control and he managed the race perfectly from there. Big thumbs up to Jared for keeping the pressure on to the end but it’s a tough place to pass a car with equal or better power. And congratulations to the caveman for getting on the podium, I hope there is some video coming of that battle.

 Here is the first few laps my mobius has a 64g card so it splits the races into multiple vids. I will post the rest also.

 

 

 

https://www.youtube....4oBmEt83gY&t=9s

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=0oJSN7MkQac

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=BEl9jnXsD-w

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=dezeqtyGUX0

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=iMcSqtNO-DM


  • screaming monkey likes this

K. Webb
Powered by East Street Racing (Best engines in Spec Miata)

Driver coach, Spec Miata Prep shop, Spec Miata Setup

2016 Hard Charger award passing 12 cars runoffs 2016 Mid Ohio

2016 P3 RUNOFFS OVER 40 DIVISION LOL!

2015 First consolation prize Northern Conference Majors Title Pageant
2015 Winner Circus Cat Majors Road America

2015 Winner BlackHawk Majors crash fest

My Signature is still not as long as Danny boy's
 

 

 

Donor - Made PayPal donation Majors Winner - Chatterbox - Blah blah blah... Blah blah blah Instigator - Made a topic or post that inspired other Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! Make it Rain - Made Paypal donation of $100+

#7
Jim Drago

Jim Drago

    East Street Racing / 2 Time National Champion

  • Administrators
  • 6,159 posts
  • Location:Memphis, Tn
  • Region:Mid South
  • Car Year:2005
  • Car Number:2

I must admit I had some reservations about attending this years NASA Champs.  However in my warped mind and way of thinking.. I felt that both Mid Ohio and NASA owed me one as I lost championships that I truly feel I could have won to both.  So against advice of many, I decided to give it another try and attempt to check off the last box on my list that I had not won in SM.  Twelve years after my first NASA Champs I was finally able to check that event off my list. 

 

We had a small but fun group this weekend, It was Anthony Zappone, Mark Gibbons, Kyle Webb and myself under our tent.  My crew guys Mike and Dean with Richie from Old Dogs.  The event went pretty smooth. However, the track, set up, handling and tires were a royal PITA. Getting the car to handle and figuring out what tires to run was a real science project.  Kyle went from really good on test day to off the mark in qualifying, but back on for race day. To his credit, he kept his head in the game. We struggled with Gibbons car most of the weekend, but got it right for the race and he drove up to tenth. Anthony's car seemed on rails early on and stayed that way. Pretty amazing that a kid 15 years old can be as calm and laid back as Anthony, I think he will start running closer and closer to the front. He is very close right now. I was impressed.  My car was a handful for a few sessions until I found the correct tires and re set up the car. It was very good in qualifying, so much I didn't risk more time on the tires or potential set up issues in Q2. Equally as good in the qualifying race. 

 

The guys at NASA,  Will Faules, Xavier Calderone, Chris Cobetto and Jeremy Croisett  all went out of their way to make me feel welcome. Many, myself included had some pretty harsh words and criticisms. I think some of them were as surprised to see me back. It was never awkward and it was not fake, they were happy I came back and they went out of their way to insure it was not awkward at all. To their credit, they fixed many of the issues many of us complained about with the tech procedure and the tear down was far more what I was accustomed to. The atmosphere tech was lite, which was a welcome change.  I doubt I will be back for Utah, but if the next version rolls east.. I was pushing Daytona and NOLA pretty hard for no reason other than it is fun and there are things for family and friends to do besides watch racing.  Not much going on at Mid Ohio or Miller IMO for anyone but the racers. 

 

Thanks to my guys for the work they put in on the car, it was flawless and very fast.  Thanks to Will Faules for countless messages back and forth, honest and frank conversations over the last year or so and encouraged me to come and assured me I would be treated fairly and I was.  Thanks to Mark Sanzenbacher from Toyo, again answering countless texts and emails about tire questions as I really only run Toyos once a year.  Thanks to Chris Cobetto.. The best race director I have ever had at the NASA Champs.. We had one meeting period! Amazing for NASA. He is a racer and he gets it.  Thanks to Chris Haldeman, He gave me the tires I qualified on and the ones I won the race with and always a good ear for set up up questions.  Thanks to Danny and Chris at G Lock, simply the best brake pads I have ever run, period!  Thanks to my wife Alison for allowing me to play these silly kids games :)  Thanks to all the friends and customers for years of friendship and support. 

 

The race.. My car had been on rails the last two sessions and felt when I got around Jared for the lead, it was going to get real boring, real fast. Unfortunately for me, the contact at the start knocked my front toe off pretty severely and my car that been on rails was now a handful and tight as can be from the entry to madness to the entry of thunder valley. I had to manage that section not to burn the tires off which I did.  I just put my head down and made no mistakes after taking the lead and managed the race. 

 

Congratulations to my long time friend Kyle Webb, One of the best weekends I have seen him race. Solid P3 at a Championship event , Congrats to Jared Thomas as well for his second place finish. 

 

No fancy editing.. but here is part one and part two of my in car. 

Race starts at 7 min mark. 

 

 

 

Disclaimer... the video is pretty boring

 

part 1

https://www.youtube....h?v=YyPq2WdTbi4

 

Part 2

https://www.youtube....h?v=sCUCvs0TWSI


  • Cnj, FTodaro, screaming monkey and 1 other like this

East Street Auto Parts
Jim@Eaststreet.com
800 700 9080

NASA Champs Winner - NASA Champs Winner Hoosier Super Tour points Champion - Hoosier Super Tour points Champion ARRC Champion - Won the ARRC Race in a Spec Miata Series Champ - Won a points based series in a Spec Miata BFG Supertour Winner - Majors Winner - Circuit of the Americas Winner - We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner SCCA National Champion - Won SCCA Runoffs at Road America SCCA National Champion - Won SCCA Runoffs at Road America

#8
Tom Sager

Tom Sager

    Veteran Member

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 1,530 posts
  • Location:Chicago Suburbs
  • Region:Central
  • Car Year:2001
  • Car Number:94

Jim and crew, congrats on the big win!

Jared, Kyle, Jonathan and Ryan - great job by all 4 of you.  You've represented the Great Lakes area quite well. 


  • Jim Drago, 38bfast and Ryan Roberson like this
Donor - Made PayPal donation Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! Make it Rain - Made Paypal donation of $100+

#9
Caveman-kwebb99

Caveman-kwebb99

    Veteran Member

  • SMembers
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 3,021 posts
  • Location:World Wide
  • Region:Great lakes
  • Car Year:2000
  • Car Number:99

Thanks to Ryan Roberson for putting all this video together with data overlay, nearly like a danny steyn production lol!  

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=WV85GtFK5Ys


  • Bench Racer, Jim Drago and dgm8138 like this

K. Webb
Powered by East Street Racing (Best engines in Spec Miata)

Driver coach, Spec Miata Prep shop, Spec Miata Setup

2016 Hard Charger award passing 12 cars runoffs 2016 Mid Ohio

2016 P3 RUNOFFS OVER 40 DIVISION LOL!

2015 First consolation prize Northern Conference Majors Title Pageant
2015 Winner Circus Cat Majors Road America

2015 Winner BlackHawk Majors crash fest

My Signature is still not as long as Danny boy's
 

 

 

Donor - Made PayPal donation Majors Winner - Chatterbox - Blah blah blah... Blah blah blah Instigator - Made a topic or post that inspired other Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! Make it Rain - Made Paypal donation of $100+

#10
Bench Racer

Bench Racer

    Different strokes for different folks : )

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 5,261 posts
  • Location:Wauwatosa, WI
  • Region:Milwaukee
  • Car Year:1990
  • Car Number:14

Thanks for the ride.    Was that an attempted intimidation side draft at 17 seconds? 


Broken record - You are starting to sound like a broken record. Donor - Made PayPal donation Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver

#11
Caveman-kwebb99

Caveman-kwebb99

    Veteran Member

  • SMembers
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 3,021 posts
  • Location:World Wide
  • Region:Great lakes
  • Car Year:2000
  • Car Number:99

Thanks for the ride.    Was that an attempted intimidation side draft at 17 seconds? 

 

 

I think that was me trying to see the flag through Davis????


  • Richard Astacio likes this

K. Webb
Powered by East Street Racing (Best engines in Spec Miata)

Driver coach, Spec Miata Prep shop, Spec Miata Setup

2016 Hard Charger award passing 12 cars runoffs 2016 Mid Ohio

2016 P3 RUNOFFS OVER 40 DIVISION LOL!

2015 First consolation prize Northern Conference Majors Title Pageant
2015 Winner Circus Cat Majors Road America

2015 Winner BlackHawk Majors crash fest

My Signature is still not as long as Danny boy's
 

 

 

Donor - Made PayPal donation Majors Winner - Chatterbox - Blah blah blah... Blah blah blah Instigator - Made a topic or post that inspired other Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! Make it Rain - Made Paypal donation of $100+

#12
Bench Racer

Bench Racer

    Different strokes for different folks : )

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 5,261 posts
  • Location:Wauwatosa, WI
  • Region:Milwaukee
  • Car Year:1990
  • Car Number:14

I think that was me trying to see the flag through Davis????

Naw, I'd be talking about the car a couple rows ahead of you who created smoke.


Broken record - You are starting to sound like a broken record. Donor - Made PayPal donation Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver

#13
Jim Drago

Jim Drago

    East Street Racing / 2 Time National Champion

  • Administrators
  • 6,159 posts
  • Location:Memphis, Tn
  • Region:Mid South
  • Car Year:2005
  • Car Number:2

Naw, I'd be talking about the car a couple rows ahead of you who created smoke.

You race people how they race you ;)


East Street Auto Parts
Jim@Eaststreet.com
800 700 9080

NASA Champs Winner - NASA Champs Winner Hoosier Super Tour points Champion - Hoosier Super Tour points Champion ARRC Champion - Won the ARRC Race in a Spec Miata Series Champ - Won a points based series in a Spec Miata BFG Supertour Winner - Majors Winner - Circuit of the Americas Winner - We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner SCCA National Champion - Won SCCA Runoffs at Road America SCCA National Champion - Won SCCA Runoffs at Road America

#14
Vinnie Baratta

Vinnie Baratta

    Member

  • Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 13 posts
So the lead up to the event was interesting... all year I had no plans of going to Nationals. Maybe 2 Months ago I started looking for a way to get the car there, thinking it might be fun and Mid Ohio would be a track worth ticking off my bucket list. About a month ago my champoinship competitor in SM TX, Phillip decided he could make the trip up to Mid O, so we arranged for transport and trackside support from a buddy of ours and were set up to go. A week before the event, our transport had a family emergency and couldn't make it. We both went through our rolodexes and after coming up empty, Phillip goes out and bought a trailer, gutted it so it could fit both of our cars, we took fellow Texas SM homie Bill's spares up, and Phillip made the trip to Mid O with all of our stuff by himself. After getting pulled over twice on the way up there (trailer looked like a mobile meth lab special, bullet holes and all. Cop thought our Miatas were cute.), he finally rolled in midnight before Thursday morning practice. Thursday morning we hustled into track, to drivers meeting, and miraculously were on grid in time for first session... despite both of us being worse for the wear.

After our first session Thursday our expectations were tempered. We both had dreams of top 5 finishes but... Mid Ohio is tough, tough, tough. Tire wise we were both on scrubs and weren't sure if it was fast or not, Setup wise, I wasn't confident or consistent enough to mess with it without improving myself first. We were both about 2 seconds off of the fastest guys and figured we had some room to improve by figuring out a few corners. Thursday at the last session I had some fuel pickup problems which we thought was a pump issue. After having George Clos sauter up a new one for us (thanks again buddy!) we realized it was a relay. Unfortunately when we went to test this I, like a dumbass did not realize the car was in gear and proceeded to damn near run over my dad and bump draft Phillip's car in the paddock. A scary yet fortunately relatively innocent reminder to never stop thinking in the paddock... even if it is 10pm and you're a few beers in.

So Friday we roll out to qualify and end up 14 in the first session. Phillips a spot ahead. Cutting down the time to the leaders to a second and a half now, but so are all the other out of region guys. I'm finally consistent enough to try some setup stuff, dial in some cross before the second session, which seems to help but since the track as a whole is slower we stay the same position. It was funny to see the out of region guys slowly catch up throughout the weekend... once again, Mid O is not easy.

Saturday qually race is when I finally feel like I got the track figured out. Phillip and I were slowly and patiently moving up the field together with him leading and us picking folks off until I made a mistake and went 4 off heading into Thunder Valley. We lost touch and I wasn't able to follow him through on his next two passes. To make matters worse on the last lap I got greedy and tried an inside pass for 12th... The passing car held strong and two other cars go on his bumper and freight trained by him so I fell back to 15th. This led me considerably annoyed with myself as Phillip was starting in 10th and I had divorced myself from my drafting partner getting greedy.

Before the championship race, I hopped in the car to take it to grid and realized we had no power brakes. After the quickest brake bleed of all time (just found a tiny bit of air out the LR) it felt a bit better and I scrambled to grid with 5 minutes to go, praying that the problem was fixed. Thankfully,, the brakes firmed up on the outlap. Assuming we goofed up bleeding the brakes the night before...

The championship race went really nicely. After the initial scrum I ended up on Phillips bumpers by the time the first caution came out, which let us get back up to the 2nd gaggle of cars. We worked our way up together to 8th and 9th when he unfortunately was on the wrong end of contact. I slipped into 8th, on J Casey's bumper for the last restart. On the last lap of the race I got a nice run out of keyhole and thought I would try to bump Casey and myself around Dan Williams who was in 6th. Didn't have enough oomph to pull it off so I tried to go outside of casey going into Madness and decided to bail before the apex at the right hander. Ended up in 8th, which all things considered, was within my goal of a top 10. I think we had a top 5 car at the end of the weekend... just not sure we had the driver consistency for it. Mid Ohio is a tough place to pass, I really needed to have stuff figured out on qualifying day and things didn't click for me until qualifying race day. With as tight as things were, working your way through the field in traffic is a big ask.

Huge thanks to Phillip for pulling out all the stops to get us there, Chris Shaffer and his parents for being awesome pit buddies, and especially my dad for being an awesome crew chief despite my attempts to kill him. Thanks to Will and everyone at NASA for annoying me until I finally got out there... I absolutely loved Mid Ohio and the area. Us Texas boys are already plotting for our attack at the top 5 at Utah next year.
  • Bench Racer, FTodaro, Danny Steyn and 3 others like this

#15
Danny Steyn

Danny Steyn

    Zulu rain warrior

  • SMembers
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,405 posts
  • Location:Fort Lauderdale
  • Region:FL
  • Car Year:1999
  • Car Number:39

So the lead up to the event was interesting... all year I had no plans of going to Nationals. Maybe 2 Months ago I started looking for a way to get the car there, thinking it might be fun and Mid Ohio would be a track worth ticking off my bucket list. About a month ago my champoinship competitor in SM TX, Phillip decided he could make the trip up to Mid O, so we arranged for transport and trackside support from a buddy of ours and were set up to go. A week before the event, our transport had a family emergency and couldn't make it. We both went through our rolodexes and after coming up empty, Phillip goes out and bought a trailer, gutted it so it could fit both of our cars, we took fellow Texas SM homie Bill's spares up, and Phillip made the trip to Mid O with all of our stuff by himself. After getting pulled over twice on the way up there (trailer looked like a mobile meth lab special, bullet holes and all. Cop thought our Miatas were cute.), he finally rolled in midnight before Thursday morning practice. Thursday morning we hustled into track, to drivers meeting, and miraculously were on grid in time for first session... despite both of us being worse for the wear.

After our first session Thursday our expectations were tempered. We both had dreams of top 5 finishes but... Mid Ohio is tough, tough, tough. Tire wise we were both on scrubs and weren't sure if it was fast or not, Setup wise, I wasn't confident or consistent enough to mess with it without improving myself first. We were both about 2 seconds off of the fastest guys and figured we had some room to improve by figuring out a few corners. Thursday at the last session I had some fuel pickup problems which we thought was a pump issue. After having George Clos sauter up a new one for us (thanks again buddy!) we realized it was a relay. Unfortunately when we went to test this I, like a dumbass did not realize the car was in gear and proceeded to damn near run over my dad and bump draft Phillip's car in the paddock. A scary yet fortunately relatively innocent reminder to never stop thinking in the paddock... even if it is 10pm and you're a few beers in.

So Friday we roll out to qualify and end up 14 in the first session. Phillips a spot ahead. Cutting down the time to the leaders to a second and a half now, but so are all the other out of region guys. I'm finally consistent enough to try some setup stuff, dial in some cross before the second session, which seems to help but since the track as a whole is slower we stay the same position. It was funny to see the out of region guys slowly catch up throughout the weekend... once again, Mid O is not easy.

Saturday qually race is when I finally feel like I got the track figured out. Phillip and I were slowly and patiently moving up the field together with him leading and us picking folks off until I made a mistake and went 4 off heading into Thunder Valley. We lost touch and I wasn't able to follow him through on his next two passes. To make matters worse on the last lap I got greedy and tried an inside pass for 12th... The passing car held strong and two other cars go on his bumper and freight trained by him so I fell back to 15th. This led me considerably annoyed with myself as Phillip was starting in 10th and I had divorced myself from my drafting partner getting greedy.

Before the championship race, I hopped in the car to take it to grid and realized we had no power brakes. After the quickest brake bleed of all time (just found a tiny bit of air out the LR) it felt a bit better and I scrambled to grid with 5 minutes to go, praying that the problem was fixed. Thankfully,, the brakes firmed up on the outlap. Assuming we goofed up bleeding the brakes the night before...

The championship race went really nicely. After the initial scrum I ended up on Phillips bumpers by the time the first caution came out, which let us get back up to the 2nd gaggle of cars. We worked our way up together to 8th and 9th when he unfortunately was on the wrong end of contact. I slipped into 8th, on J Casey's bumper for the last restart. On the last lap of the race I got a nice run out of keyhole and thought I would try to bump Casey and myself around Dan Williams who was in 6th. Didn't have enough oomph to pull it off so I tried to go outside of casey going into Madness and decided to bail before the apex at the right hander. Ended up in 8th, which all things considered, was within my goal of a top 10. I think we had a top 5 car at the end of the weekend... just not sure we had the driver consistency for it. Mid Ohio is a tough place to pass, I really needed to have stuff figured out on qualifying day and things didn't click for me until qualifying race day. With as tight as things were, working your way through the field in traffic is a big ask.

Huge thanks to Phillip for pulling out all the stops to get us there, Chris Shaffer and his parents for being awesome pit buddies, and especially my dad for being an awesome crew chief despite my attempts to kill him. Thanks to Will and everyone at NASA for annoying me until I finally got out there... I absolutely loved Mid Ohio and the area. Us Texas boys are already plotting for our attack at the top 5 at Utah next year.

 

always great reading a well written personal account of what a race experienced. Thanks for sharing Vinnie


Danny
Danny Steyn Racing | DSR YouTube Channel
Danny Steyn Photography | Adept Studios | Ocean MachineryOPM AutosportsRossini Racing Engines | G-Loc Brakes | 

2018 SCCA Runoffs Champion, NASA Champion, Hoosier Super Tour Champion, June Sprints Winner

2016 June Sprints WInner, ARRC Winner, NASA Eastern States Championships Podium

2015 Eastern Conference Majors Champ, June Sprints Winner, ARRC Winner

2014 NASA Eastern States Championship Runner Up.

2013 SEDiv Driver of the Year, Eastern Conference Majors Champ, SEDiv National Champ, ARRC Winner, Runoffs Podium

2011 SEDiv Driver of the Year, SEDiv National Champ, ARRC Winner, Palm Tree Quad National Champ, SEDiv ECR Champ
2010 June Sprints Winner, ARRC Winner

2009 SARRC Champ, SEDiv ECR Champ, FES Champ
2008 SEDiv ECR Champ

June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner Series Champ - Won a points based series in a Spec Miata ARRC Champion - Won the ARRC Race in a Spec Miata We have a Winnah! - Won their 1st race... Congratulations! Bona fide - A bonafide Spec Miata driver NASA Champs Winner - NASA Champs Winner June Sprints winner  - June Sprints winner ARRC Champion - Won the ARRC Race in a Spec Miata ARRC Champion - Won the ARRC Race in a Spec Miata Majors Winner - BFG Supertour Winner -

#16
P.McCammon

P.McCammon

    Junior Member

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 6 posts
  • Location:liberty hill
  • Region:TX
  • Car Year:2004
  • Car Number:411
Mid Ohio can Eat a D*** as far as I'm concerned!!! It was a tough trip, one I won't forget anytime soon. BTW I had 2 blowouts and a missing rim and tire on the way home.

If anyone is interested in a rolling meth lab, I have the perfect donor trailer for sale!




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users