Annual Winter meeting results
The annual winter meeting held on January 22nd brought out some good healthy conversation which has resulting in the following changes and additions for the 2013 season:
It has been decided that in order to run a 570cc or 550cc engine, the gross weight of the outlaw with driver must be 700lbs. Maximum weight of the outlaw can not exceed 440lbs as before. Thus resulting in the use of the larger engine being reserved for heavy drivers.
Track break in
It has been decided that drivers will be given 5 minutes to report to the track after being called to do so, failure will result in starting the remaining races of the night at the rear of the field. Also, drivers who refuse to work the track in properly and are just driving around keeping clean will be penalized and forced to start the remaining races for the night from the rear of the field.
You are responsible for the upkeep and charging of your transponder. If your transponder fails during racing, you will no longer be scored.
Cars are not allowed to have a number in dupicate with a letter attached or a dupicate number.
We have new members in the sponsorship commitee for the 2013 season, please welcome:
These fine gentlemen will be contacting businesses for nightly sponsorship. If you know of someone who is interested in sponsoring a night please let them know. Thank you fellows for taking this task on.
RRL Triple Crown
For this season a triple crown mini points series will be run. Races included in the triple crown are - Bill Davis Memorial 75 lapper, Ross Baker Twin 30's, and the 100 lap Classic. In each class, the top 5 cars in points for these 4 features will be paid a purse of $500 sponsored by Curtis Gartly Pioneer Seeds. Normal points will still be accumulated to the season points battle, this Triple Crown battle will be in addition. Pay out is as follows:
1st place - $200
2nd place - $150
3rd place - $75
4th place - $50
5th place - $25
It has been announced that Burris will have a 11.5 series of treaded tire available in their product line up this year.
Please check the schedule section of the website for the 2013 season.
The micro classic seemed to be covered by fast time qualifier Cassidy March until motor failure ended his night and the hard charging Brent Kemps who started deep in the field took over the lead. 2nd - 4th was another story as the postions were swapped back and forth on several occasions. A late race push by Erik Marrenette brought on the excitment as he clipped Brook Chinnery for the spot at the line. Congrats to Brent Kemps for winning the 2012 Classic for the micros.
The Outlaws classic started with a drag race down the front streach with Curtis Gartly taking the early lead. Several cautions early slowed things down a notch but, when things finally got settled down the pace was torrid. Gartly remained out front until his rear gears began to come apart and he surrendered the lead to Kyle Watters. Watters then went on a rampage and put some serious laps times down as well as most of the field. Late in the race, Watters aproached heavy traffic and Jordan Hanna closed the gap and looked to make a move. The veteran driver Watters was able to manage the traffic and keep the pressing Hanna at bay to take the win. Congrats to Kyle Watters for winning the 2012 Classic for the Outlaws.
Final Points Night
With the points battle coming to a close, very close race in both classes brought exciting action. Congratulations to this year's points champions!
If you know of someone or yourself would like to help out on Friday nights please contact Hugh @ 519 685-2180.
4264 Harry White Road
Gates Open at 6:00pm
Racing Starts at 7:30pm