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Volume 27 -Number a August 2010 DllliYlilllll Publisher Emeritus Jean Calvin Editor John Calvin Associate Editor Judy Smith Editorial Assistant Bekki Wikel Controller John Calvin Marketing Pat Caplan Circulation Vance Scott Contributors Scott Bottomley J. Preston Bradshaw Jim Culp Mike Del Col Nicole Del Col Steve Hilton VictorGazca Martin Holmes Rod Koch Byrle Moore Steve Ruddick Maurice Selden Darryl Smith Tony Tellier Trackside Photo 8 .0 .H .E. Subscription Rates: $25.00 per year, 12 issues, USA, Foreign Subscription rates on request. Contributions: DUSTY TIMES welcomes contributions, but is not responsible for such material. Unsoiicited material will be returned only by request and with a self addressed stamped envelope. Classified Ads: will be published as received, prepaid. DUSTY TIMES assumes no liability for omissions or errors. All ads may be subject to editing. DUSTY TIMES: (ISSN 8750-1732) is published monthly by Hillside Racing Corp, 20761 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311, (818) 882-0004 with additional Dusty Times, LLC offices at 415 N. Higgins Avenue, Suite lA, Missoula, MT 59802. Copyright by Hillside Racing Corp. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission from the publisher. Periodical Postage paid at Chatsworth, CA 91311 and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address change to DUSTY TIMES, 20761 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311. CHANGE OF ADDRESS: Four weeks notice is required for change of address. Please furnish both old and new address, and send to DUSTY TIMES, 20761 Plummer St., In This Issue ... FEATURES Lucas Oil In Utah by] Preston Bradshaw .................................................. 8 Rally Of Portugal by Martin Holmes ........................................................ 14 MORE ORAF 500 by J Preston Bradshaw ............................................... 18 MOR McMillin Coyote Wash 200 by] Preston Bradshaw ........................ 24 Glen Helen Round 3 by Homer Eubanks ................................................ 30 VORRA 2010 Yerington 300 by Troy Robinson ....................................... 34 Traxxas TORC At Antigo by Mike Reusche ............................................. 37 DEPARTMENTS Happenings .............................................................................................. 5 Trail Notes ................................................................................................ 6 Checkers Newsletter .............................................................................. 41 Good Stuff Directory ............................................................................ 42 Classified Ads ......................................................................................... 47 Index To Advertisers ............................................................................... 47 ON THE COVER Rick Huseman drove his Toyota to the Pro 4 Unlimited race wins in· · Utah, he's seen here at high speed on his way to the checkers. Photo by Alan Madden - Trackside Photo A great race for Shelby Reid and hubby, they took the Class 1 win with ease and they were the overall winners as well at the MORE ORAF 500 race. Photo by Dave Conklin - Trackside Photo Art Director Larry Worsham Visit Our Website at SNAPSHOT OF THE MONTH ••• 1980, Imperial Valley 300 The Class 5-1600 win went to Johnny Johnson in a really great looking bug. DUSTY TIMES will feature pictures of similar "funnies" or woes on this page each month. Send us your snapshot of something comic or some disaster for consideration. DUSTY TIMES will pay $10 for the picture used. If you wish the photo returned, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Only black & white prints, up to 8x10 will be considered. Dusty Times July 2010 Set, d-a e,z,t d-e 7 fU'UU/ to-DU STY TIMES THE FASTEST GROWING OFF ROAD MONTHLY . IN THE COUNTRY!! □ 1 year -$25.00 □ 2 years -$40.00 □ 3 years -$55.00 (to subscribe online go to □ NEW □ RENEWAL Name ______________________ _ Address _____________________ _ City _____________________ _ State. ________________ Zip __ _,_ ____ _ Primary Interest Cars D Trucks D Motorcycles D Send check or money order to: DUSTY TIMES 20761 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311 Canadian - 1 year $30.00 US - Overseas subscription rates upon request Page 3

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Trail Notes ... SOME Goon NEWS - I know everyone in off-road racing knows Art Savedra and his sidekick Big ),led aka David Longacer. Last year Big Red noticed some degradation in the vision in one eye. He cut short his vacation and went to UCLA medical center for a checkup. During the medical exam it was determined that Red had a cancerous growth behind the eye that was affecting the optical nerve. The treatment involved inserting an irradiated disk against his eye. For a while, two pirates were inspecting cars, one with a hook and the other with an eye patch. Last week Big Red received the results of a follow up medical exam. He remains free of any new cancer and the cancer behind his eye remains in remission. UNIVERSITY OF WiscoNSIN-MADisoN SAE BAJA TEAM TAKES IN THE CRANDON EXPERIENCE -Crandon, WI Quly 5, 2010) -The University of Wisconsin - Madison SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Baja Team came to Crandon to not only to watch first hand how the competitors of the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL tackle the rigors of short course off-road racing, but to learn about the latest technology that is being applied to the latest PRO and Sportsman racers. During the weekend the University's latest SAE Baja creation was on display all weekend at the Phil's Inc. team pit area. The UW-Madison team had just competed in the 2010 Baja SAE World Challenge in Rochester, New York the weekend before Crandon's spring event. The seven student team from UW-Madison competed against ninety-nine teams other representing universities from the United States, Canada, India, France, South Korea, and Venezuela. The SAE Baja World Challenge had the student teams compete in a variety of off-road disciplines in order to determine the team winner of the event. The various disciplines include design, cost, hill climb, acceleration, land maneuverability, water maneuverability, suspension and traction, endurance, teamwork and several others. The UW -Madison team had a very successful competition as the team took first place in acceleration, second place in the hill climb, and seventh overall in the event. Throughout the weekend at Crandon, team members Amanda Peterson, Andrew Pickard, Brian Dow, and Corey Haven had the opportunity to see up close PRO and Sportsman off-road competitors preparing for each day's events, spend time answering questions about their team, watch racing from the Ford Trucks Skyboxes, as well as getting interviewed by the track announcing team. "This was an incredible experience," noted Amanda Peterson. "I've been around off-road racing thanks to my dad, but to be able to take some of my teammates here and get them up close with all the aspects of off-road racing was really cool. Hopefully we can take use some of the information we gathered and apply it to our next SAE Baja racer. The process begins all over again this fall with the design of our latest buggy." The team thanks everyone that made the weekend possible. Mike Reusche from Phil's Inc. who arranged the weekend, Jeremy Meyer of AMSOIL who arranged the track interview, Javier Sanchez from Crandon Off-Road for offering the team Skybox passes, as well as everyone that came by to ask about the team. "Getting the UW team here is a great way to promote our sport," comment Mike Reusche. "Here are probably some of the smartest young adults around that want to be involved in off-road racing. This was a perfect way to put the connection all together. Hopefully some of the drivers and team owners took notice because you might see some these students either lined up next to you at the starting grid or working with a top PRO team in the very near future. I was a student member thirty years ago at Western Michigan University and the Frana brothers, Jeff (Red Bull Racing) and John (Super Buggy owner/driver) have both spent time in the SAE Baja program before graduating from their respective universities as well." TOYOTA MILESTONE AWARDS - Following the third of five races in the 2010 SCORE Desert Series, 22 of SCORE's toughest drivers remain in the hunt to earn 2010 SCORE Toyota Milestone Awards. Leading the way are five racers in the featured SCORE Trophy-Truck division and six in Class 1-2/1600 for 1600cc VW-powered open-wheelers and along with five racers in SCORE Lite. The five SCORE Trophy-Truck drivers who have completed every race mile so far this season are: Andy McMillin, National City, Calif. (Ford F-150), Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz. (Ford F-150), Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas (Ford F-150), Mark McMillin, El Cajon, Calif. (Ford F-150) and Nick Vanderwey, Phoenix (Chevy Silverado). Nearly 125 entries are expected to compete in 18 Pro and 3 Sportsman classes for cars and trucks in the upcoming 15th Annual SCORE Las Vegas Terrible's Primm 300. Round 4 of the five-race 2010 SCORE Desert Series will be held Sept. 10-12 in Primm, Nev., 35 miles south of Las Vegas at the California border. The computerized drawing for start positions, by class, will be held Saturday, Aug. 7, at the SCORE headquarters in Los Angeles. Toyota is presenting these prestigious awards to the world's toughest desert racers for the 25th consecutive year. The Toyota Milestone awards will go to those pro car and truck drivers who finish every required mile in ·the five-race 2010 SCORE Desert Series, the World's Foremost Desert Racing Series. "Toyota is proud to honor the world's best desert racing drivers," said Les Unger, national motorsports manager at Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. "For a quarter of a century, Toyota has had the privilege of presenting the SCORE Toyota Mil~stone Awards . to the toughest racers on the planet." This year marks the first time in the history of the SCORE Toyota Milestone Awards that four members of the same family as McMillin Racing has not only two drivers in the featured SCORE Trophy-Truck in Andy McMillin and his father Mark and Mark's sons Daniel, 22, and Luke, 17, have also completed .every required mile this season in the unlimited Class 1 and Class 1-2/1600, respectively. Leading the field in Primm, will be defending overall and SCORE Trophy-Truck race winner Robby Gordon, the NASCAR Cup series team owner/driver from Charlotte, N.C., who won last year's race in his No. 1 Robby Gordon Motorsports Chevy CK1500. More than 25 entries are expected this year in the marquee SCORE Trophy-Truck division for Page & CALEXICO, CA 92232 HECTOR CERECER Ol 1-52-65-66-4458 CORR SERIES 270 NEWPORT CEITTER DR., Sum 100 NEWPORT BEACH, CA 92660 · 866-501-CORR CORVA 1500 WEST EL CAMINO, Sum 352 SACRAMENTO, CA 95833 1-800-42 CORVA EXT 42 Fax (818) 957-4435 CRS CALIFORNIA RALLY SERIES <www, D&T PROMOTIONS DAVE VAN DEREN 2405 BAKER AVE. EVERETT, WA 98201 (206) 339-9079 (All e11ents at Hannigan race track, Bellingham, WA or Thurston County ORV Park, Olympia, WA) DAKAR RALLY DARREN SKILTON BAJA AUTOMOTIVE ADVENTURES 455 E. OCEAN BLVD., Sum 208 LoNG BEACH, CA 90802 (562) 755-2278/FAX: (562) 590-7925 <> DECATUR FoUR WHEEL DRIVE CuJB DECATUR, TX 76234 ToMALLEN (800) 662-3649/(214) 641-2090 DESERT STEEL MoTORSPORTS 1863 COMMANDER DRIVE LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ 86403 (928) 855-2208 E.Asn:RN OFF-ROAD RACING AssN. TOM DELAUDER, SR. 1091 TOWNSHIP LINE ROAD WELLSVILLE, OHIO 43968 ' (330) 532-4589 ENsENADA BAJA OFF RoAD RACING Av. REFORMA 1136 ENSADA, BC, MX 011-52-646-1818989 Eus10 011-52-646-1715230 AARON Races for buggys & Motor9cles EsTERO BEACH INTERNATIONAL Short Course Racing VICTORIA GALINOO ENSENADA, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 011-52-646-176-6230 FORDA FLORIDA OFF ROAD DRIVER'S ASSOCIATION JASON LEIBIN (727) 376-4176 Mar, Apr, May, Noo at Da11idson Raceway FUDPUCKER RACING TEAM 1855 PARKWAY ORNE S. EL MoITTE, CA 91733 626-442-9320/959-579-6151FAX GENERAL TIRE TROPHYLITE SERIES ORNE RACING ORGANifATION 760-352-6020 Las Vegas, NV GLEN HELEN OFF-ROAD SHORT COURSE SERIES PO~x6950 SAN BERNARDINO, CA 92412 CONTACT: Bos BEYER, OFF-ROAD D1REO TOR PHONE: (909) 815-5811 Short course, stadium and desert race clqsses August 28, 2010 Round #5 October 2, 2010 Round #6 November 15, 2010 Round #7 GLEN HELEN BAJA CUP CHALLENGE SERIES PO Box6950 SAN BERNARDINO, CA 92412 CONTACT: Bos BEYER, OFF-ROAD DIRECTOR PHONE: (909) 815-5811 Desert race classes December 11, 2010 Round #2 August 2010 GORRA MDR PRODUCTIONS GEORGIA OFF ROAD OFF-ROAD RACING SERIES RACING ASSOCIATION 1853 PARKWAY ORNE, 2010 SOUTH EL 420 HOSEA ROAD MoITTE, CA 91733 PHONE: (626) 442-9320 LAWRENCEVILLE, GA 30245 FAX: (626) 579-6051 (404) 963-0252 E-Mail: GPORRA <> GREAT PLANEs OFF RoAD 20 IO California Chamt!ionshil! Series RACING ASSOCIATION August 14, 2010 California 200 Night Race TIM HODGE Lucerne Valley, CA (402) 991-6048 September 25, 2010 SCOTT MORROW Lucerne 250 (816) 792-2126 Lucerne Valley" B", CA (All races are short course, stadium style November 6, 2010 Classes, 2010 Sportsman, 1/2-1600, Stoddard 250 5-1600, Sport Truck, Quads, Tough Truck Barstow "B" (Double Pts), CA Nebraska Raceway Park, Exit 420 on l-80 20 IO Sut!erstition Chamt!ionshil! Series between Omaha and Lincoln.) All Races 2010 at Plaster City, West/East For latest info check September 4, 2010 <> Return 2 The Desert 200 HIGH PLAINS OFF RoAD RACING October 16, 2010 Superstition 2000 W. QUINCY AVENUE #B November 26-28, 2010 ENGLEWOOD, CO 80110 Sprint 2 The Dash 303-806-8062/303-781-0974 fax December 31, 2010 INTERNATIONAL lcE RACING The Dash ASSOCIATION M.O.R.E. P.O. Box 8105 MoJA VE OFF RoAD RACING ST. PAUL, MN 55108 STEVE BEDOOR ENTHUSIASTS (612) 937-3816/Fax 474-2769 P.O. Box 1231 BARSTOW, CA 92312 INTER-SHows MoTORSPORTS 760-253-4453 PRoMoTioNs, INc. < P.O. Box 2910 MISSION VIEJO, CA 92690 September 11, 2010 (949) 582-2371 Chili cook off 200 Lucerne, CA }EEPSPEED October 9-10, 2010 1826 N. WINDES 5th Annual Powder Puff ORANGE, CA 92869 Barstow, CA 714-538-7434/ fax 714-633-1724 December 4, 2010 Sept 10-11, 2010 Holiday 200 MORE Chilli CookOff 250 Barstow, CA Lucerne Valley, CA MICHIGAN SPORT BUGGY Dec 3-4, 2010 BITD Jeepspeed Challenge Finals ASSOCIATION TBA DAVE BARRET KAMI..ooPS OFF RoAD RACING 6363 NIGHTINGALE OR. FLINT, ML 48506 Whispering Pines Sports (810) 730-9221 & Recreation Center KAMLOOPS, BC, CANADA MoTOWEST WINTER TiuALs SERIES BILL MARKHAM Mike Strange (250) 57 3-4003 (909) 860-1857 <> LAS VEGAS SANDSPORTS & All ewnts at Perris Raceway OFFROAD EXPO (At Reed Valley with a school) (626) 961-3782 NATIONAL Muo RAcING AssN. " <> <> RT. #l, 2010 Box 380 DAVE OR MARLENE RYAN L.I.T.R.E. PALATKA, FL 32177 JEFF ELROD (904) 325-5422 (408) 926-0522 JIMARUTA NATIONAL TUFF TRUCK ASSN. (408) 247-4402 Butch Chapin Motorsports Promo-tions LOORRS 1404 EAST 3RD STREET LUCAS OIL HAsnNGS, MN 55033-1415 OFF RoAD RAcING SERIES (612) 437-2459 September 25-26; 2010 Speedworld Off Road Park NOORA Surprise, Az NORTHERN Omo OFF RoAD November 6-7, 2010 RAcING AssN. Las Vegas Motor Speedway GARY WULFF (724) 283-2678 Las Vegas, NV E-MAIL ' December 11-12, 2010 <> Firebird Raceway Buggies, Pilot/Odysseys, Trucks, Quads Phoenix, AZ (Spring Valley Raceway, on route 518, 20 minutes SW of Lisbon, OH) MAMARRITA OFF ROAD RACING (Thunder Valley located 15 minutes from LUIS CARLOS Ai.VAREZO Spring Valley) PANAMERICANA AVE #5105 Co. JuAREz, Ctt1H.,~MX NORRA 011-52-1637-1799 NATIONAL OFF ROAD MicmGAN BUGGY BUILDERS RACING ASSOCIATION Dune Buggy Trade Show (661) 268-1232 (517) 543-7214 <> OFF ROAD EXPO MICHIGAN OFF RoAD SPIN CoMMUNICATIONS (415) 380-3890 CHAMPIONSHIPS M.T.B. Enterprises Inc. 15529 JONES ROAD OFF RoAD RACING AssOCIATION GRAND LEDGE, ML 48837 Volunteered Series (517) 627-6200 PRESIDENT, 2010 GEOFF LEE Motorcycles, Quads, ATVs and Pilots 1243 TRICE ROAD only LEBANON, TN 37087 MAORA (615) 453-5830 C!ASS REP., 2010 1/2-1600 Mm-AMERICA BRUCE MEYERS OFF ROAD ASSOCIATION (865) 453-1005 P.O. Box664 C!ASS REP., 2010 9 & UNLTD. GREENUP, IL 62428 MICHAEL MOORE (217) 962-1318 (334) 271-7035 E-MAIL: OUTLAW REP. <> DON PONDER (314) 631-8190 (All Races at Wheeling in the County 900 Dusty Times

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Acres) Omo OFF RoADERS INc. 1427 GOSHEN HILLS ROAD S.E. NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO 44663 }IM l<ENDEL (216) 339-4674 AU races held at Harrison County Fairgrounds. Cadiz, Ohio ONTARIO OFF ROAD RACERS ASSOCIATION RICK T!CHBOURNE, PuBLIC REIATIONS (519).681-4192(H)/(519) 457-2913(W) OUTLA w SEVEN PICKUP 9269 UMMELMAN ST. loUIS, MO 63123 (314) 631-8140/Fax: ((314) 631-1921 PACE MOTOR SPORTS U.S. Off Road Championship 495 N. COMMONS DRIVE AURORA, IL 60504 -(630) 566-6100 <> PENNsn v ANIA SHORT CoURsE RACING SMITTITON HOLE RACEWAY 313 SKYLINE DRIVE SMITTITON, PA. 15479 MIKE GEISER 330-683-6263 Short Course Offroad Racing AU Races At Smithton Hole Raceway PlKEs PEAK P.O. Box 6962 CoLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80934 (719) 685-4400 PINE BARRENS ROUGH RIDERS OFF ROAD RACING CHATSWORTII, NJ (856) 87 5-7 591 PRo 1600 SHOOTOUT CoREYGoIN 559-647-6132. GOINRACIN@HOTMAlL.COM PuRE ENERGY PROMOTIONS P.O. Box50 RICKETTS, IA 51460 (712) 679-2221 RALLY AMERICA <> <> < RocK CRAWLERS AssocIATION OFAMERlcA P.O. 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The defending unlimited Class 1 race winners who will be back to defend their Primm win are Germany's Armin Schwarz and Denmark's Martin Christensen, who lives in Escondido, Calif., in their BMW-powered Jimco open-wheel desert race car. The 22 racers who have completed every required mile after three rounds in the five race 2010 SCORE Desert Series are: Trophy Truck - Andy McMillin, Jesse Jones, Rob MacCachren, Mark McMillin, Nick Vanderway. Class 1 - Daniel McMillin, Kory Halopoff. Class ½-1600 - Cody Robinson, Luke McMillin, Hirum Duran, Kyle Conlon, Rob Archibald, Arturo Velazco. Class 6 - David Caspino, Heidi Steele. Class 7SX - Elias Hanna. SCORE Lite - Brent Parkhouse, Justin Davis, Lee Banning, Dave Calloway, Samuel Araiza. Stock Full - Joe Bacal. MORR DRIVERS PROMOTE OSHKOSH EVENT - July 6, Pat Flanagan and Dan Vanden Heuvel brought five MORR member race vehicles to the weekly circle track program at the Oshkosh Speedzone to promote the upcoming PRO/Sportsman Traxxas TORC series presented by AMSOIL off-road event. Matt Gerald, Dennis Bruskewitz, Ryan Rebman, Nick Byng and Mike Vanden Heuvel represented the varios Sportsman Classes. Along with Pat and Dan, several other MORR members were on hand, answering questions and passing out flyers about the upcoming off-road event held July 23 -24. "If the reaction from the circle track fans were any indication of how popular off-road racing is in the Fox Valley, the TORC event should be a sellout," exclaimed Kaiko Motorsports team owner, Don Kohler. The next few weekends Dan Vanden Heuvel will coordinate more off-road exhibitions at the circle track races. Interested racers and volunteers can contact Dan for more information@920-915-8777. Thanks to all that came out to lend a hand promoting the most extreme form of motorsports, Short-Course Off-Road Racing!! KING SHOCKS LAUNCHES NEW WEB SITE - King Shocks is proud to announce the launch of their brand new website www.kingshocks. com; it's your complete source of info about King Shocks. The visually striking, Mad Media designed site is loaded with technical specifications, news, lifestyle, photos and videos. The site details who we are, what we d.o and where we came from. It features the latest news and stories about your favorite King Shocks drivers, worldwide events and new product developments. You will also find in-depth information on King's entire product line of OEM Upgrade kits, Performance Race series shocks, UTV shocks, Pure Race shocks for competition, Bumpstops, Air shocks, Coil springs, Apparel and much, much more. The new site has pages dedicated to finding your local dealer, a downloadable version of our catalog, how to send your shocks in for servicing and even a King sponsorship application page for racers or custom builders. Having all this information in one spot will make it easier than ever to design your next suspension or spec out the ultimate set of shocks for your vehicle. The options page will guide you through the many alternatives available when you place your order including your choice of colors and finishes, reservoir types, mounting options, coilspring configurations, bump pads, shafts and the new Wide Range Compression Adjuster to name a few. Go to to check it out. Once you experience a set of King Shocks you'll know, there really is a difference. Nothing rides like a King. ETNIES RALLY TEAM - Etnies is proud to unveil its first two rally drivers today, three-time X Games Rally medalist Tanner Fo~st and freestyle moto-x legend and 10-time X Games medalist Brian Deegan. Both Foust and Deegan will be piloting Ford Fiesta rally cars in the Rally and Super Rally racing events at X Games 16, July 29 - August 1. Brian Deegan was one ofEtnies' early moto-x team riders in the 1990s when the brand first entered motorsports. Deegan has been a leader on the team for many years, and in 2009, he introduced the brand to Rally Racing when he entered the X Games Rally Racing competition and took fourth place, despite major mechanical damage. In addition to his 10 X Games medals and co-founding the Metal Mulisha, Deegan has been a driving force behind freestyle motocross since its inception. He recently made a successful transition to four-wheel racing with a strong showing in X Games 15 Rally racing, and an Unlimited Lites Championship in LOORRS off-road truck racing. "I am stoked to be back driving a rally car for X Games this year. Rally cars are badass, they have so much horsepower and are really fun to drive," said Brian Deegan. "I have been with Etnies for 14 years now and they always support me. If I am doing Freestyle, Rally or Truck racing, they always have my back." The Rally and Super Rally events are going to be amazing this year at X Games, and I'm excited to be part ofEtnies," said Foust. "It's always a highlight of the season to compete in Los Angeles and the Ford Fiestas are the cars to beat this year." Known for his winning track record, Rockstar Energy Drink driver Tanner Foust is one of only four drivers that have been invited to compete in every X Games Rally competition - scoring gold in 2007, silver in 2008 and bronze in 2009. Foust represented Team USA in the annual Race of Champions twice, has earned two Formula DRIFT championship titles, a Production Rally championship title and five lee Racing championships. He is also well-known for his driving off the track, with appearances as the lead stunt driver in the films Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift, Bourne Ultimatum, Dukes of Hazzard, Red Dawn and Iron Man 2. He is currently an on-air host for the TV show Supercars Exposed, and was also picked as co-presenter for the US version of the seminal BBC auto show, Top Gear. FUEL SAFE FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM - Fuel Safe Racing Cells has teamed up with SPA Technique to offer Fire Sense fire suppression systems for all types of race vehicles. Fire Sense systems are engineered for use in competition vehicles. Utilizing AFFF (Aqueous Film Forming Continud on P•I• 46 Page 7

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•;~o;;man Takes 2 In Pro 4 By ]. Preston Bradshaw Photos: Trackside Photo Rick Huseman had it all his way in Tooel/e, he took the gold medal in the Pro 4 Unlimited both days, seen here on his way to glory. The Lucas Oil troops traveled up into Utah for this race, Miller Motorsports Park was the venue and there were plenty of cars and trucks to make anyone happy. The town is Tooele, Utah, a really nice little town with a nice racing facil-ity and, why not? We must tell you here that our correspondent lost a tranny on his way to the race and never got there. We are giving you here a synopsis of all the racing. Please bear with us for this race. There was a total of 131 vehicles entered, not a bad turnout for Tooele, Utah. Saturday's Pro 4 Unlimited Race had 13 starters, only seven of them made it all 14 laps. Rick Huseman was the big winner, he was 11 seconds ahead of Rob MacCachren, Travis Coyne came along some 15 seconds later in third place, Kent Brascho finished fourth, another 10 seconds back and Michael Johnson was fifth to finish. John Harrah was sixth in, Jerry Daugherty was seventh to take the flag. Carl Renezeder finished in eighth place, he was one lap down, Adrian Cenni was ninth in, he was 2 laps down and Kyle LeDuc finished in 10th place, he too was two laps down. Curt LeDuc was 11th, Curt only got 8 laps under his belt this race, Eric Baron made it an even dozen, he only completed 5 laps and Josh Merrell only finished 1 lap and was shown in 13th place. The Sunday Pro 4 Unlimited race had a repeat winner, Rick Huseman took home the gold medal for this one, Kyle LeDuc was right there in the second spot, just inches behind the winner, Rob MacCachren finished in third place, Curt LeDuc finished fourth and Michael Johnson took fifth place honors. Then it was Kent Brascho, Carl Renezeder and then Jerry Daugherty. Adrian Cenni only go 12 laps in, Eric Baron also completed 12, Josh Merrell finished 11 laps, Travis Coyne finished 5 laps and John Harrah never completed a lap. Rodrigo Ampudia took the Pro 2 Unlimited race win on Saturday, Rodrigo was a long 10th place finisher in the Sunday event. · .. In the Sunday Pro 2 Unlimited, it was Rob MacCachren taking the win, he was 10th on Saturday. He was 2nd and 3rd in Pro 4 events. There were 16 entered in the Pro 2 Unlimited race on Saturday and eight of them finished their re-quired 14 laps. When the checkers flew it was Rodrigo Ampudia tak-ing the win, Todd LeDuc finished in second place, Rob Naughton came in third, Bryce Menzies fin-ished fourth and Greg Adler was fifth in. Sixth place went to Robby Woods, Michael Johnson finished seventh, Robbie Pierce came in eighth, Jeff Ward was ninth, he only finished 13 laps and Rob MacCachren was 10th in, 11 laps to his credit. Carey Hart took 11th place, Ricky Johnson was awarded 12th place, Kevin Probst was 13th, he only completed 9 laps, Carl Renezeder was 14th, Jeff Geiser was 15th and Nick Tyree was in 16th place. Sundays Pro 2 Unlimited race had Rob MacCachren taking the class win, Todd LeDuc was right " on his heels in second place, Carl Renezeder got it all together and finished in third place, Bryce Men-zies finished fourth and Greg Adler rounded out the top five . Rob Naughton finished in sixth place, Kevin Probst was seventh, Michael Johnson finished eighth, Nick Tyree was ninth in and Ro-drigo Ampudia was the 10th place finisher. Jeff Ward came in 11th, the last of the 16 lap runners. Rob-bie Pierce was 12th with 15 laps in, Jeff Geiser was 13th and Robby Woods was 14th. Ricky Johnson was dq'd. Jerry Whelchel was the big winner in the Pro Buggy Unlimited races, he took home the gold medals on both days. Chris Brandt was the big winner in the Saturday Pro Lite Unlimited race, Chris finished sixth in the Sunday event. The Limited Buggy had 18 en-tered and 11 of them made all 12 required laps. Justin Smith won the gold medal in the Saturday race, John Fitzgerald was second in, Curt Geer was third by the hair-breath of a Wheaties flake, Kyle Lucas finished fourth and Kenny Freeman took fifth place honors. Sixth place went to Lindsay Geiser, The Sunday win in Kart Modified went to JR Guthrie, JR was the Kyle leDuc took a second place finish on Sunday in the Pro 4 Todd leDuc took 2nd place honors in the Pro 2 Unlimited on Saturday, fifth place finisher in the Saturday battle. Unlimited, Kyle placed 10th in the Saturday event. he also finished in second place on Sunday. Pages August 2010 Dusty Times

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r . . . .... ' .. ' .... . . ' .. ' . . , It was a second place finish in Limited Buggy for John Fitzgerald on Cameron Steele took a pair of second place finishes in the Pro Buggy Marty Hart took the win on Sunday in the Pro Lite Unlimited battle, Saturday, John finished third in the Sunday event. Unlimited races, he's seen here nicely airborne. Marty finished a close second place in the Saturday event. tin Tucker finished eighth, Tatum Ronco was ninth and Greg Crew was 10th car in. Bruce Fraley was 11th, he was the last of the 12 lap finishers. Dave Mason was 12th with 11 laps in, Geoffrey Cooley was 13th, Toby Bost was 14th and Jeff Richards was 15th with 7 laps completed. Kevin McCullough was 16th with 6 laps, Kyle Quinn was 17th with 4 laps in and Joe Whitely was 18th with two laps completed. The Sunday Limited Buggy race saw Justin Smith doing a repeat of the Saturday race, Bruce Fraley had it all together and finished in the second spot, John Fitzgerald was third car in, Dave Mason finished fourth and Quentin Tucker was fifth. A sixth place finish went to Kyle Quinn, Kevin McCullough was seventh, Tatum Ronco finished eighth, Jeff Richards was ninth and Kenny Freeman was 10th car in. Joe Whitely finished in 11th place, Kyle Lucas was 12th, the last of the 12 lap finishers. Greg Crew was listed in 13th place, Curt Geer was 14th, Nie Verdone was shown 15th, Lindsay Geiser was shown 16th, Toby Bost was 17th and Geof-frey Cooley was shown 18th with no laps completed. Pro Buggy Unlimited was next, there were 12 of them and they had 13 laps to run for their race. Jerry Whelchel was the big winner this day, Cameron Steele was 5 seconds behind in second place, Larry Job was a second later in third, Rich Ronco was fourth in and Bobby Pecoy finished fifth. In sixth place was Justin Davis, Doug Fortin finished seventh, Chuck Cheek finished eighth, he was the last of the 13 lap finishers. Phil Bollman was ninth, Cody Freeman was 10th, Malcolm Pointon was 11th and Joe Masek was shown 12th. C1ntinu■d ,n page 10 It was a second place finish for Brian Deegan in Pro Lite Unlimited Jacob Person had a second place finish on Sunday in Super Lite on Chad George took a pair of second place finishes in the UTV races on Sunday, Brian had finished eighth in the Saturday event. Sunday, Coupled with a third place on Saturday, not too shabby. on Saturday and Sunday, seen here just at liftoff. Dusty Times 2,160 Rooms And Suites 60 Table Games 2,300 Slot Machines Poker Room Race & Sports Book ·640-Seat Bingo Room 16 Movie Theaters 8 Restaurants 75,000 Sq. Ft. Of Meeting Space 4,500 Seat Equestrian & Event Center 80,000 Sq. Ft. Exhibit Hall Spa & Fitness Center Showroom 64-Lane Bowling Center ~t:fa«9fua LAS VEGAS BLVD AT S/LVERADO RANCH • SOUTHPOINTCASINO.COM August 2010 Page 9

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Brock Heger took the Kart Jr 1 race win on Sunday, Brock never got Travis Coyne won the bronze medal in the Pro 4 Unlimited race on It was a bronze medal finish for Rob Naughton in Pro 2 Unlimited on a lap in on Saturday, seen here all sparkly white. Saturday, Travis had a long 12th place finish in the Sunday event. Saturday, Rob finished sixth in the Sunday event. Colton Greaves took the Saturday win in the Super lite race, Colton took the bronze medal in the Sunday race. SPA IIJ: Ricky James was the Super lite winner in the Sunday event, Ricky had finished in the fifth spot in the Saturday event. RACE RADIOS Sundays Pro Buggy Unlimited . had Jerry Whelchel taking the win again, Cameron Steele was right there in second place, Cody Free-man had a nice third place finish, Justin Davis finished fourth and Rich Ronco was fifth car in. Chuck Cheek finished in sixth place, Phil Bollman was seventh car in, Larry Job was way down in eighth spot, Bobby Pecoy was ninth and Doug Fortin rounded out the top 10. Malcolm Pointon was show 11th and Joe Masek only got in 1 lap. The Pro Lite Unlimited cars were next, there were 12 of them and they had 13 laps to run for their race. When the checkers flew it was Chris Brandt taking a really nice win, Marty Hart was a second behind in second place, Jimmy Stephensen finished third, Jacob Person was fourth in and Adam Wik finished in fifth place. Sixth place went to Matt Loiodice, An-thony Verdone finished seventh, Brian Deegan was eighth in, he was a lap short, Corey Sislar was ninth and Sean Geiser was shown 10th. 11th place went to Stephan Pepadakis and Aaron Daugherty was shown 12th. Sundays race saw Marty Hart taking the Lite Unlimited win, Brian Deegan was second to fin-ish, Jacob Person collected third place, Adam Wik took fourth and Anthony Verdone was the fifth car in. Chris Brandt was shown sixth, on 12 laps completed, Jimmy Stephensen was seventh, Stephan Papadakis was eighth, Corey Sislar was ninth and Matt Loiodice was shown 10th. Aaron Daugherty was listed 11th. The Super Lite troops had a Grill and Thrill Challenge race on the Friday evening, 12 trucks were entered, they had 11 laps to run and all but one made it all the way. Jeremy Stenberg took the Friday night win, Chad George Continued on p1g112 PINCH BOSSES 9~KENWOOB !Se II U#IBAll CUPS Page 10 August 2010 Austin Kimbrell had a really great weekend, he took the gold medal both days in the UTV races at Miller Motorsports Park. Cole Mamer was the big winner in the Kart Jr1 race on Saturday, Cole finished in fifth place in the Sunday event. Dusty Times

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, • • • • ♦ • • • • , • ♦ • • • , • • • • I • • • o • • • • ' • ' t ' • I • f • ~ • • • ' • • I ' I ' O I I I t 1 ' 1 ' ' • • I I t • I • • I I I I • I • 1 I , • I • • I O I I , , I I , t , t I Curt Geer took third place honors in limited Buggy on Saturday, he Jimmy Stephensen took third place honors in the Pro lite Unlimited Carl Renezeder took third place honors in Pro 2 Unlimited on Sunday, was a long 13th place in the Sunday event. race on Saturday, Jimmy finished seventh in the Sunday race. Carl finished eighth in the Saturday affair. Chad George was second in the Super lite Challenge race, he finished Jacob Person finished fourth in the Pro lite Unlimited on Saturday, Bruce Fraley took second place honors in limited Buggy on Sunday, Bruce was a long 11th place finisher in the Saturday race. 12th and 4th in the Saturday and Sunday races. he was the third place finisher in the Sunday race. was 2 seconds behind in second finished fourth and Ricky James finisher. Brent Fouch took sixth place, Colton Greaves got the was fifth to finish. Brent Fouch was place, Ron Duncombe was seventh bronze medal, Jacob Person was sixth, Brandon Ward was seventh, in, Sunny Garcia was eighth in, fourth and Brandon Ward was Brent Fletcher ran eighth, Sunny Johnny Harrah finished 6 laps, he fifth in. Brent Fouch finished in Garcia finished in ninth place and was credited with ninth place and sixth place, Brent Fletcher finished was the last of the 10 lap finishers. Jeremy Stenberg was shown 10th. seventh, Johnny Harrah was eighth Ron Duncombe was 10th with 9 Dawson Kirchner only got two laps in, Ricky James finished ninth laps completed, Jeremy Stenberg in and was shown in 11th spot and and Ron Duncombe was 10th in. was shown 11th and Chad George Brent Fletcher was not credited Sunny Garcia was 11th and Daw- was 12th with 6 laps completed. with a lap. son Kirchner was shown 12th after Sundays Super Lite race was The Saturday UTV race had completing only 3 laps. won by Ricky James, Jacob Per- 12 entrants, they had 10 laps for Saturdays Super Lite race had son finished 3 seconds in arrears, their race and all but one made it Colton Greaves tak(ng a really nice Colton Greaves took the bronze all the way. It was Austin Kimbrell win, Dawson Kirchner was close medal, Chad George finished taking a nice win, Chad George behind in second place, Jacob Per-first off the podium and Bran-was a second later in second place, son was third in, Johnny Harrah don Ward was the fifth place Tyler Winbury came in third, 13', {ijJ r;il' I( !Jf{ 13, f3_ fli: fl flJ @:'. : 0 ~w~ Home Of TIie Race Auto la ii .s s· f Ill o.lllaa"-• I I • a :1 t a • Q· ... ii I • I • ~ 1~· • I • t • t Race car I Pre Runner I sand car • i 818-998-2739 9763 V.ARIEL AVENUE, CHATSWORTH, CA 91311 Page 12 August 2010 It was a nice win o_n Saturday for Shelby Anderson in the Kart Jr2 event, Shelby finished in seco_nd place in the Sunday event. Chad Graham took the gold medal on Sunday in the Kart Jr2 race on Sunday, Chad had finished in third place in the Saturday affair. Sheldon Creed took the Kart Modified win in the Saturday event at Miller Motorsports Park, Sheldon only got six laps in on Sunday. Dusty Times

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" onds back in fourth a n d Paige Porter was the fifth place finisher. Micaela Cheek came in sixth, Weston Schuck was the seventh place fin-isher. Maxwell Ries on·ly got three laps in and was listed in eighth place. ished seventh, Jerett Brooks fin-ished eighth, Blake Lenk came in ninth and Conner Pankratz was the 10th place finisher. Wyatt Kirchner took the 11th spot and Anthony Bu, nardo was the 12th and final finisher. Larry Job took third place honors in Pro Buggy Unlimited on Saturday, Larry was the eighth place finisher in the Sunday race. The Kart Modi-fied race had 12 en-tries and the whole bunch fin ished all 10 required laps. The Cody Freeman was shown as the 10th place finisher in Pro Buggy win went to Sheldon Unlimited on Saturday, Cody finished in third spot in the Sunday affair. Creed, Mitchell De-The Sunday Kart Modified race saw lots of changes. The class win went to JR Guthrie, Bran-don Vermillion took second place honor , Conner Pankratz finished in third place, Zachary Hunt fin-ished first off the podium and Blake Lenk finished in fifth place. Wyatt Kirchner was sixth to fin-ish and Anthony Busnardo was the seventh and final finisher. Mitchell Dejong, Sheldon Creed, Jerett Brooks, Bradley Morris and Trenton Briley failed to finish their required laps. another half second back, Robert Vanbeekum was the fourth place finisher and John Dempsey fin-ished in fifth place. Greg Franz was the sixth vehicle in, Doug Mittag finished seventh, Tyler Herzog was eighth, RJ Anderson finished ninth and Gary Thompson was the 10th place finisher. Code Rand-ers was 11th to finish and Corry Weller was shown 12th with 8 laps completed. Sundays UTV race was a sor-ta repeat of the Saturday event, Austin Kimbrell was the repeat race winner, Chad George was right there in second place, Tyler Winbury took third place honors again, John Dempsey was fourth in and RJ Anderson finished in fifth place. Robert Vanbeekum took sixth place honors, Corry Weller finished seventh, Greg Franz fin-ished eighth, Doug Mittag finished ninth and Tyler Herzog was the 10th place finisher. Gary Thomp-son only completed 4 laps and was shown in 11th place and Code Randers was shown 12th with only one lap in the books. The Kart Jr l race had 16 ve-hicles entered, they had 10 laps to go for their race and all but one of them finished the required laps. When the checkers flew it was Cole Mamer taking a nice win, Jack Yeiser was 49 hundreths of a second behind the leader, Preston Roben finished in third place, Cory Geiser was fourth in and Travis Pecoy took fifth place honors. Broe Dickerson finished in sixth, Eliott Watson took sev-enth spot, Carlye Lenk was eighth in, Wolfgang Ries finished ninth and Katelyn Anderson wa 10th to finish. Isabella Naughton came in 11th, Hailie Deegan came 12th, 13th place went to Jeremy Davis, Dylan Winbury was 14th and Dean Duro was the 15th and final finisher. Brock Heger did not fin-ish his first lap. Sundays Kart Jr l race saw Brock Heger making a strong comeback, he won the race! Good job! Jack Yeiser was the silver medal winner and Preston Roben collected the bronze. Broe Dickerson finished fourth and Cole Mamer took fifth place honors. Wolfgang Ries was the sixth place finisher, Corey Geiser finished in seventh spot, Eliott Watson was eighth, Carlye Lenk was ninth and Jeremy Davis was the 10th car in. Travis Pecoy finished in 11th place, Dylan Win-bury was 12th in Hailie Deegan was unlucky 13th, 14th place went to Dean Duro and Isabella Naugh-ton was the 15th and final finisher. Katelyn Anderson only finished 9 laps. Saturdays Kart Jr2 race had eight entries, they had 10 laps to go for their race. At the checkers it was Shelby Anderson taking the win, Maxwell Ries was second in, Chad Graham ran third, Sheldon Creed Dusty Times was fourth and Micaela Cheek fin-ished fifth. Weston Schuck was the sixth place finisher, Paige Porter only finished 9 laps and was listed as the seventh place finisher and Bowen Brook was eighth with five laps completed. 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lJ\J2C RALLY OF PORTUGAL Ogier-Citroen Take The Gold By Martin Holmes Photos: Maurice Selden Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia drove their Citroen C4 to the overall win in Portugal, they're seen here at high speed. Loeb beaten! The Rally of Por-tugal provided one of the most major upsets in recent times when the six times World Champion, and Citroen's number one driver was unable to stop the Citroen Ju-nior driver Sebastien Ogier from winning. Ogier' s arrival at the top of the podium was the first time a new driver has scored a World rally win since Jari-Matti's debut win in Sweden in 2008, the year when Ogier's international career was starting and the year when Citroen Racing director Olivier Quesnel joined the team. Portugal provided a magnificent display of superior dynamic balance of their C4 World Rally Cars, being able to handle the highly abrasive surface of the gravel stages in a superior way to the Fords. And except for a moment of indiscre-tion by Petter Solberg on the final superspecial stage which elevated Mikko Hirvonen's Ford up to fourth, they would have achieved a 1-2-3-4 result. The sixth round of the 2010 World Rally Championship was a genuinely classic event, a rally which was run in the year the championship started, in 1973, and which has continually adapt-ed itself to the changing face of the sport, the first such classic event held at WRC level in mainland Europe this year. The route of this year's Rally of Portugal was very similar to that run last year, with one full stage in reverse direction to before but basically keeping the format used each year since the event first moved down to the Algarve region in 2005. With the event nowadays run wholly in the far south of the country, there was a special treanhis year for the fans in the north. A spectacular 'Road Show' demonstration of rally cars and their drivers held in Porto the weekend before the event. Running three weeks after the preceding round in New Zealand, Ford had carried out development work in advance of asphalt rally-ing, with three days at Millbrook in Britain. Ken Block was back again in the WRC, this time at the wheel of a very special Focus. "SUX" is the car used for the past two years for the bulk ofM-Sport's testing and the only events it has done have been two promo-tional events (Monza Rally and Memorial Bettega) in the hands of Valentino Rossi. While many rallies this year have amalgamated their WRC event with rounds of national championship events, and thereby artificially bolstered the total number of competitors to be seen, the Rally of Portugal boasted the biggest entry of the season for dedicated WRC com-petitors. Entries finally closed at 7 5 crews, with towards half of the entry comprising either World Rally Cars (18) or Super 2000 (14) cars. All five WRC teams were present together with the Petter Solberg Rally Team, back with the car he used in New Zealand fully repaired. Interesting other World Rally Car entries included the Alliance Racing Team cars, a Peu-geot for Jean-Marie Cuoq and a Focus for Laurent Carbonaro, Bo-zian Peugeots for Spyros Pavlides and the Hungarian driver Frigyes Turan and the Ipatec Focus for Rene Kuipers. The event counted for several categories. Firstly this was the fifth round of the SWRC series. Vitor Pascoal was nominated in the category as a Guest driver with his Peugeot. A surprise absentee how-ever was the national champion Bruno Magalhaes. There were various non-championship S2000 drivers including Dennis Kuipers (son of Rene) who was entered by Stobart M-Sport Ford Rally Team, a tactic which under a new cham-pionship rule this year gives him automatic Priority 3 status with consequent privileges. Big news was that Nasser Al Attiyah had left the Rene Georges Skoda team and moved back to Autotek, renewing a successful' seven year partner-ship, to compete in a Fiesta. Mi-chal Kosciuszko however changed to the Czech Skoda JM Racing, as replacing the Fiesta he crashed in Jordan had proved compli-Jari Ketomaa and Mika Stenberg drove their Ford Fiesta S2000 to the SWRC/ WRCC win, they also finished 11th overall in the rally. cated. Works IRC Skoda driver and Frenchman Mathieu Arzeno. Juho Hanninen drove the Fabia Arzeno drove a C2 R2 Max here S2000 from Baumschlager Rallye in Portugal but hopes later in & Racing usually driven by Patrik the season to move to a Citroen Sandell but not nominated here, C2 S 1600. The list of registered · this time sponsored by Barwa; Al Junior entries has been completed Attiyah's Qatari sponsor. at 11. There are two important This was· the second event subdivisions to this series. Firstly in 2010 for the five Pirelli Star there are Rookies (first timers who Drivers in their Evo X cars, but do not run Super 1600 cars, led as on their first appearance this after the first round by the British year in Turkey, they will again not driver Harry Hunt) and the Na-be competing against the WRC tional Federation category, led by Production Car competitors (this the Dutch KNAF team, who will event does not qualify for the be the only nation eligible for the series). Reigning World Group cup this year. This year the JWRC N champion Armindo Araujo, is very much asphalt-orientated. however, was run by the Ralliart Apart from one day on mixed Italia team who also run the PSD surfaced stages in Spain, this will cars, and the PSD drivers would be the final time this year's JWRC receive help and advice from him. will compete on gravel. The team had a race against time Whereas contenders for the to prepare the PSD cars after two na.tional Portuguese champion-of them were destroyed in Turkey. ship form part of the entry list Here the PSD drivers expect to for the WRC event, there was a face a special challenge, learning subsidiary second event called to live with dust. The team's co-the Revival Rally, for drivers of ordinator Phil Short explained: classic and historic cars. Four "The most striking thing about times World Drivers Champion last year's event was the number Juha Kankkunen took part on of cars that went off the road here, this event, at the wheel of a Ford' and the fact that so many drivers Escort Mark II from the Barcelona blamed bad pacenotes. It seemed specialist company ASM Historic that this happened because recce Motorsport. The competitors on was carried out in dusty condi-this event drove five stages in all, tions. So if recce is run in dry con-running between the first and ditions, everyone on the rally this second passes of the WRC com-year is likely to face the same prob- petitors on the three stages on the lem." Dusty conditions in recce Saturday and the same again on this year did not bode too well. Sunday over the two stages. An-Latvala noted the place where he other celebrity in the Revival was crashed last year now featured new Antonio Sainz Cenamor, brother armco barriers, but when asked if of Carlos Sainz, also at the wheel the tree which eventually halted of an Escort II. This competition his downward roll was still there, was won by Juha. he said he could not see that far Shakedown was run over the downhill into the distance. usual course not far from the In the place of the PCWRC rally headquarters and Citroen cars, this event counted for the dominated, making the top four Junior series (JWRC), the last times headed by Sebastien Ogier time competitors in the Junior in front of the privately run C4 championship coulq make a debut of Petter Solberg, a second faster appearance before the registration than Sebastien Loeb and then cut_off deadline, and there were Dani Sordo. Jari Ketomaa headed three such drivers. Dutch Citroen Juho Hanninen and Per-Gunnar C2 S 1600 driver Hans Weijs and Andersson in the SWRC timings, the Canarias Island driver Yerey Yerey Lemes was streets ahead Lemes in a Renault Clio S 1600 fastest in JWRC, over two seconds Dani Sardo and Marc Marti finished third overall in Portugal, they're Matthew Wilson and Scott Martin finished sixth overall in Portugal, Mads Ostberg and Jonas Andersson were seventh overall in the rally, here driving their Subaru lmpreza before an admiring crowd. seen here in their Citroen C4 in a hard righter. seen here in their Ford Focus RS at high speed. Page 14 August 2010 Dusty Times

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Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena had to settle for second spot this time, they were eight seconds in arrears at the flag in their Citroen C4. in front of Kevin Abbring. For one of the first times this year the service park seemed a hive of activity, heightened when Kos-ci uszko 's wrecked Jordan Rally Fiesta S2000 was brought in and teams began to cannibalise the de-stroyed car! Drivers at the pre-rally press conference confirmed that dust in recce was as big a problem as ever, made worse by bunching competitors together for the stages to be recce' d in the afternoon. The abrasiveness of the surfaces was going to lead to controlled compromises between pushing hard and conserving the tyres, especially in the second through the stages. Day 1 - 6 Stages -Gravel - 128.58kms The event had 74 starters, with only one absentee from the origi-nally published Entry List being a Fiesta driver who had hoped to come over from Chile. Activities started with the first run round the superspecial at Faro stadium on Thursday evening at 19.30 in the failing light of the evening. It was extremely good fun for the thousands of fans in Faro stadium. Cars were run in reverse order with the final run between Loeb and Hirvonen in darkness. Hirvonen made fastest time at the superspecial with Federico Villa-gta second, the first time Villagra had ever been so high up in the overall classification of a world championship rally! JWRC driver Alex Broccoli found the stage frustrating as his Renault had a fuel pump problem. Under special rules applying to these sections he was penalised three minutes and allowed to restart the rally proper the following morning. The inevitable stage cleaning process got underway on the first full day of competition, giving a heaven sent opportunit·y to fourth-running Sebastien Ogier to shine. Actually on the first few stages it was sixth running Dani Sordo who was ahead and at the end of the first loop third running Hirvonen was third, fifth running Petter Solberg was fourth and first driver Sebastien Loeb was fifth. $econd runner, Jari-Matti Latvala was driving safely, lying sixth! The four official Citroen drivers risked taking one spare wheel, a weight-saving manoeuvre which worked well, while all the Fords took two. Sordo had a curious misfortune when the passenger door hinge failed as his codriver Marc Marti tried get out to help change the tyres round between stages. Kha-lid Al Qassimi damaged the left rear bodywork on his Focus, the very same bodywork part that was damaged at the road show in Porto when Latvala had been Dusty Times demonstrating in the car! Hen-ning Solberg hurt his arm when the steering wheel suddenly spun round. Kimi Raikkonen found it very difficult to gauge the braking distances. Pavlides only reached the end of the second stage when his Peugeot 307 WRC caught fire and was destroyed. On the second run through the loop of three stages the conditions were raw. Ford's tyre consultant George Black said the abrasiveness of the roads was like the Acropo-lis Rally at its worst! All the top crews carried two spare wheels. There was no chance to take risks, punctures were expected. Most drivers compromised their speed effectively. Big shock was the dra-matic exit of Ken Block, rolling off the road at a right hander over a blind crest. Later it was discov-ered the roll cage had been dam-aged and he was forced to retire, his second big accident in three weeks. Petter Solberg had a huge speed puncture two kilometres before the end of the final stage of the day -the delay dropping him down to fifth, no bad place to restart for Day 2. Ogier's lead had consequently jumped from 8.6 to 26.6 seconds on the final stage, having been further enhanced when second placed Sordo lost time with a blocked throttle, this made him drive into a garden be-fore reversing out. Suddenly Loeb had risen to third place, overtak-ing Hirvonen and of course Petter Solberg. Henning Solberg had more steering trouble, this time the steering column mounting broke and the steering wheel itself fell into his lap. Raikkonen was gradually gaining in confidence. Mads Ostberg started to struggle with his Subaru, having to be more aggressive to place the car into the bends, a manoeuvre which simply increased the stress on the front tyres. Eyvind Brynildsen took the lead of the SWRC in the Rene Georges' Skoda on the opening superspecial but then the engine would not restart in the morning, the problem eventually traced to a faulty coil. This let Jari Ketomaa ahead, against his better judg-ment, as he wanted to bide his time before making an attack, avoiding pressing hi.s car too hard in the conditions. Nasser Al Atti-yah then went ahead, the Qatari a changed man, happy once again in a rally car! His codriver Giovanni Bernacchini confirmed his sea-change in character, "He loves the team, he loves the car (Fiesta), he is very happy!" Michal Kosciuszko was nervous in his Fabia, "It keeps jumping from side-to-side on the straights, I cannot hold it in a straight line." Albert Llovera had Xavier Pons and Alex Haro took second place honors in SWRC/ WRCC in their Ford Fiesta S2000, they took the 12th overall spot. a door·seal fall off which caused his Fiat to be filled with dust. PG Andersson lost more time than he would have liked, "I found I was forever changing down a gear unnecessarily." Nasser lost the lead in the SWRC on the final stage of the day when the power steering system lost all its fluid, elevating Ketomaa back into the lead. Andersson held third all day, though he was struggling when the front tyres began wearing out badly. Kosciuszko was learning how to compromise speed for tyre wear on his Skoda. Janne T uohino drove a long way on a flat tyre. Llovera's Fiat started to jump into neutral during gear changes. In the JWRC Lemes made best time on the superspecial but then Thierry Neuville went into the lead. Kevin Abbring gave chase but then punctured which dropped him behind Aaron Bur-kart and Lemes. Hans Weijs drove nearly all the morning stages using just the handbrake as he had brake failure. Harry Hunt lost nearly half an hour when he went off the road, but was able to continue. Neuville went off the road on the final stage of the day and the car was jammed against an electricity pole. There was a long delay before the car could be retrieved, the electricity supply had to be isolated, but then the gearbox was found_ to be losing oil. This caused him to be too late to apply for SupeRally and he had to abandon the rally. Neu-ville' s retirement allowed Burkart into the lead after a day driving cautiously trying to avoid all the rocks. Broccoli had two punctures August 2010 and a fuel pump problem. Ab-bring was cruising, knowing he was already in a potential podium position. Lemes was content in second place despite a spin. Hunt continued through the day with brake problems. Weijs retired with engine failure. Ott Tanak was again quite the fastest of the Pirelli Star Driv-ers. On all six stages on the Fri-day he was the fastest orthodox Group N driver, but always the fastest six cars were Super 2000s. Hayden Padden suffered a bro-ken gearbox which meant he was running further down the field than ideal, and then he hit a pole which broke the steering. This meant that he missed a stage and had to restart under SupeRally rules. After the early battles be-tween Brynildsen and Al Attiyah for the overall lead in Group N, Juho Hanninen pulled ahead in his non-championship Skoda Fabia S2000, finishing the day 6. 7 seconds in front of Ketomaa's Fiesta. Herman Gassner stopped on stage five with transmission failure. Dennis Kuipers stopped with an alternator belt problem, connected to the same sort of problem as suffered by many Fies-tas in Jordan. The FIA President Jean Todt came to the rally and held a press conference after the end of the day's activities. Day 2 - 6 Stages -Gravel -135.l0kms Today should have been very different. It was expected to be rougher and even more demand-ing. 68 cars restarted. Missing was Block, his car was reported to have only minor damage, but at a criti-cal point the roll cage was dam-aged. Ogier started off first car on the road and found the conditions were not quite as demanding as ex-. pected, in fact he expected to lose a lot more time to drivers running behind him on the first loop than happened. On the second stage of the day there was a shock, the pre-mature exit of Latvala. He had left the road at a perilous-place over a crest where the road then passed between two rocks. "A very precise line was needed there," a rival ex-plained. Anyway, Latvala spun on landing and the rear of the car was damaged against a tree. Ford's day was getting worse by the minute. Teammate Mikko Hirvonen lost a lot of time in the middle part of the second stage of the loop, "There the road was wider and the car was sliding around too much." It was serious enough to drop Hirvonen down to fifth place. Citroen cars were now holding the top four places. It was all neatly going to plan for Loeb, by the second stage he had climbed up to second, but strangely Ogier was still holding the lead. He started the day 26.8 seconds in front, at midday it was still 22.9s. Up in to eighth place was Mads Ostberg, the Subaru Impreza S 14 one place in front of Kimi Raikkonen. Hen-ning Solberg was going well in sixth place, despite intermittent fuel pump problems while Mat-thew Wilson said the car seemed to be sliding too much. Federico Villagra rounded off the top ten despite dust entering and flying around inside the car. Conditions on the second run through a loop of three stages were expected once again to create a reversal of rally leaders but once again it did not happen, despite the cleaning effect on the surfaces. -It-was the same story again, drivers were paying more attention to pre-serving their tyres so they could drive with a steady rhythm, than worrying about tactical situations. So it was that front runner Sebas-tien Ogier dropped only a little over five seconds to his closest ri-vals during the day. 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--- ----- --~· ..... . . . ' ... ~-Kevin Abbring and Erwin Mombaerts drove their Renault Clio R3 to Federico Villagra and Jorge Perez finished eighth overall in their Ford It was a ninth place overall finish for Khalid Al Oassimi and Michael the JWRC win, they're seen here halfway through a 180. Focus RS, here screaming out of a spectator area. Orr, they're seen here in their Ford Focus RS. forcing him to break the expected nardo Sousa had a puncture on tyre swopping routine and hav- stage 12. Tuohino incurred time ing to tackle stages 12 and 13 control penalties when the steer-unexpectedly on the same set of ing rack was changed. Pascoal had four tyres. Hirvonen was far from a broken engine mounting all day. happy, sensing that Ford drivers Numbers were dwindling had to pay much more attention among the runners in JWRC. to preserving their tyres, and still Burkart came in confidently, stat-having troubles, compared with ing he was going cautiously then the Citroens. One Citroen driver only two more appeared. Abbring who suffered punctures in the struggling with pace note uncer-afternoon was Petter Solberg, due tainties. Hunt had disappeared as he explained to the serious lack with a broken rear axle beam. of· testing experience with the Gone without trace were Arzeno car. Sven Smeets, Citroen team (engine overheating), Broccoli manager, said the length of the (driveshaft) and Valdes again, this stages stopped any thought of tyre time going off the road. During tactics. "With stages of over 20km the second run through the day's in these conditions, the only thing stages Burkart went off the road the drivers think about are saving into a ditch, which bent the sump-their tyres. It was the same in Tur- guard and damaged the water radi-key." Wilson was still having nig- a tor. The Junior brigade was down gling brake troubles. Ostberg had to only two runners Abbring and power steering problems -but only Kruuda! Ab bring had two rear when turning left! Raikkonen punctures - which was annoying as went off for a half minute or so this severely restricted the choice on the final stage of the day and of new tyres for the final day of Villagra lost a lot of time with tyre the rally. troubles. Rene Kuipers lost a lot of In the non-championship bat-time during the second loop when tie for Group N, Hanninen re-there was underbonnet fire, which tired, reportedly off the road close happily he was able to extinguish . . to where Latvala retired while Carbonaro's Focus was slowed French privateer Maurin, driving by a broken driveshaft. Cuoq's a Fiesta, stopped with alternator 207WRC was retired at the end of pulley bearing failure, discovered the day, apparently due to suspen-when the team tried to change sion problems. the belt. This was reported to be There was action aplenty in a brand new problem for M-Sport, the support championships. Ke-unrelated to the Jordan belt crisis. tomaa continued to lead in the Araujo had an electrical problem SWRC but on the second stage on stage eight which meant the Nasser Al Attiyah stopped with intercom would not work, then electrical trouble. It was reported he had a broken shock absorber that the engine kept on suddenly which led to a damaged suspen-cutting out, it turned out that an sion arm. Dennis Kuipers stopped electrical relay had got smashed, with an alternator belt problem. probably caused by a stone flying Hanninen's problem was a rear up under the car. Andersson was upright failure, further down the in trouble, firstly with a punc-stage from where went ture on stage 8, then with a rear off. Gassner was banned from wheel bearing problem. He had continuing because of a damaged to drive carefully through the roll cage. Among the PSD drivers remaining stages back to service. Tanak's only problem was learn-Janne Tuohino had major trouble ing to control tyre wear. Raschi with a steering rack that was in-had front suspension ball joint termittently jamming. He had to failure. Horsey struggled with no crawl through the stages, losing intercom. so much time he wondered if it Day 3 - 4 Stages -Gravel would be better to stop and trust - 87.58kms to SupeRa!ly rules. Brynildsen This was to be a day to cherish. then started to have more electri-Citroen decided there would be a cal trouble, similar to the first day. straight fight between the leading During the second run through C4 WRCs of the leader Sebastien the day's stages Ketomaa's lead Ogier and second man Sebastien became safer as Andersson had· Loeb. Ogier started the day 21.1 suspension damage and stopped seconds ahead, and after two in a stage. But then Ketomaa lost stages the gap was halved. Olivier part of a tyre tread on stage 13, Quesnel said "Nci strategy, it will then the power steering failed be a race to the finish. I hope close to the end of the sfage, people will enjoy seeing what hap-but managed to retain the lead. pens!" Ogier reported that the first Brynildsen electrical troubles stage was slippery and stage 15 was continued, arriving at service with more so, but each time he was able a dead engine the crew had to to contain the charging World push the car into the control. His Champion, running second on problem caused by a broken wire the road, at the rate of around to the alternator. Llovera was in 5 seconds a stage. Hirvonen was physical distress when the power despondent, his codriver Jarmo steering on his Fiat failed. Ber-Lehtinen said "We are having a Page 16 good fight for third place with Pet-ter Solberg and Dani Sordo, but none of us can catch the two in front." Petter had a problem when the steering rack mounting failed. Mads Ostberg was distracted by a flashing alert light on the dash. Kimi Raikkonen's car was pulling to the right on acceleration and Federico Villagra still had dust get-ting into the car. Missing on this final morning was Henning Sol-berg who stopped with alternator failure whjch flattened the battery and also caused the engine water pump to stop. In SWRC Nasser Al Attiyah and PG Andersson were both back again in action. Ketomaa was comfortably in the lead, although his Fiesta had a split exhaust manifold which did not improve his car's comfort, which was suf-fering (like in all the Fiestas) with very hot interiors because of the · close proximity of the catalytic converter to the bodywork. The only serious problem for Keto-maa, which also afflicted Al At-tiyah, was a steering rack problem. Kosciuszko had a rear puncture. Ketomaa's victory was his second successive win in the category. Although Tuohino had a spin he secured second place which meant Ford scored a 1-2 result in the category. Kosciuszko .was the first Skoda, taking third place, ahead of Sousa (Ford), Andersson (Skoda), Pascoal (Peugeot) and Al Attiyah (Ford). Infact all ten start-ers in the category were classified! In JWRC Kevin Abbring was relaxed, winning the category from Kruuda by over five minutes, the only two to complete the route. Of those in "the category running under SupeRally Burkart headed Lemes, Valdes and Hunt. In the championship standings Abbring and Burkart are now equal on 40 points, 14· points ahead of Kruuda. All but one of the Pirelli Star Drivers finished the event. Tanak retired after the first stage of the day after hitting a rock and losing a wheel. Paddon became the top placed PSD driver, even though he had been delayed by gearbox trouble on the first day. There were two battles waiting to be settled. Could Loeb catch Ogier and win the rally, and who would take third place -Sordo, Petter Solberg Or the Ford driver Hirvonen. Petter tried hard but dropped behind Sordo after the second stage of the day and then behind Hirvonen after the stadi-um stage. Hirvonen tried his hard-est but his tyres were failing him, so Sordo gained third and the final podium spot, his best result so far this season. Fourth place for Hirvonen was little consolation to Ford, while Petter Solberg finished fifth. Although Raikkonen briefly rose to hold eighth place he then had to drive stage 16 with a flat tyre and dropped down to tenth place. All that now remained was the superspecial back at the Faro stadium where a surprised Fed-erico Villagra found himself fast-est. Ogier gained his first World Rally victory and Citroen finished 1-2-3. Exciting for the French but depressing for Ford, Citroen now leading the Manufacturers' series by 26 points and Loeb the Driv-ers' series, now from Ogier, by a slightly increased margin of 38 points! This was the final WRC event in the first half of the year, the series restarts in the second week of July, in Bulgaria, and the first all asphalt event of the season. lAl2C: 44th Vodafone Rally de Portugal (P) Faro Stadium 27/30.5.2010 'M:;R round 6, SWRC/VVRCC round 5, JWRC , round 2 WCR points 'M:;R WCD S WC J 1 (7) Sebastien OGIER/Julien Ingrassia F Citroen C4 WRC AJ557NM (F) 3h.51m.16.1 s. 25 25 - - -2 (1) Sebastien LOEB/Daniel Elena F/MC Citroen C4 WRC AJ520MN (F) 3h.51 m.24.0s. 18 18 - - -3 (2) Dani SORDO/Marc Marti E Citroen C4 WRC AJ646MN (F) 3h.52m.33.7s. 15 15 - - -4 (3) Mikko HIRVONEN/JermoLehtinen FIN Ford Focus RS WRC SA09VHR (GB) 3h.52m.48.1s. 1212 -· -5 (11) Petter Solberg/Philip Mills N/GB Citroen C4 WRC AL289AN (F) 3h.52m.51.Bs. -10 - --6 (5) Matthew WILSON/Scott Martin GB Ford Focus RS WRC 1 ES (GB) 3h.58m.26.2s. 10 8 - - -7 (12) Mads Ostberg/Jonas Andersson N/S Subaru lmpreza WRC AA493743 (N) 3h.58m.44.4s. -6 - - -8 (9) Federico VILLAGRA/Jorge Perez Companc RA Ford Focus RS WRC EU07SUF (GB) 4h.01m.52.2s. 8 4 - - -9 (14) Khalid Al Qassimi/Michael Orr UAE/GB Ford Focus RS WRC AG57CKA (GB) 4h.02m.11.9s. -2 - - -10 (8) Kimi RAIKKONEN/Kai Lindstrom FIN Citroen C4 WRC AL652AR (F) 4h.02m.50.4s. 61 - - -11 (29) Jari Ketomaa/Mika Stenberg FIN Ford Fiesta S2000 SWRC/WRCC PX59ATZ (GB) 4h.07m.36.1s.#- -2525-12 (28) Xavier Pons/Alex Haro E Ford Fiesta S2000 SWRC/VVRCC PX59AVU (GB) 4h.11m.08.3s. - -1818 -13 (23) Michal Kosciuszko/Maciek Szczepaniak PL Skoda Fabia S2000 SWRC/WRCC 14R 0200 (CZ) 4h.13m.03.5s. - -1515 -14 (31) Armindo Araujo/Miguel Ramalho P Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N DP385JW (I) 4h.13m.56.8s. - - -- -15 (26) Bernardo Sousa/Nuno Silva P Ford Fiesta S2000 SWRC/WRCC PX59AVG (GB) 4h.16m'.57.4s. --12 12 -16 (53) Per-6unnar Andersson/Anders Fredriksson S Skoda Fabia S2000 SWRC BAS 126 (SK) 4h.23m.23.4s. (3) - -10 --19 (60) Dennis Kuipers/Frederic Miclotte NL/B Ford Fiesta S2000 N PX10AOG (GB) 4h.26m.43.8s. - - ---20 (38) Hayden Paddon/John Kennard NZ Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N* DS705PC (I) 4h.27m.33.1 s.(1) - - ---21 (122) Kevin Abbring/Erwin Mombaerts NL/B Renault Clio R3 J'hRC 35-TB-VL (NL) 4h.27m.34.4s. - -• -25 24 (49) Vitor Pascoal/Mario Castro P Peugaot 207 S2000 S'hRC 363EHV78 (P) 4h.28m.S5.4&. - - 8 - -25 (22) Nasser Al Attiyah/Giovanni Bemacchini QA/I Ford Fiesta S2000 SWRC/VVRCC PX10ACV (GB)4h.30m.20.3s.(1)--610-1 27 (130) Karl Kruuda/Martin Jarveoja EE Suzuki Swift S1600 J'hRC KIH353 (EE) 4h.33m.29.1s. - - - -18 28 (27) Janne Tuohino/Risto Pietilainen FIN Ford Fiesta S2000 SWRC/WRCC A3457 (FIN) 4h.35m.44.1 s. - -48-29 (25) Eyvind Brynildsen/Cato Menkerud N Skoda Fabia S2000 SWRC/WRCC 401 S3E (N) 4h.36m.OO.0s.(5) --26-30 (39) Alex Raschi/Rudy Pollet RSM/I Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N* DS703PC (I) 4h.36m.18.0s.(3) - - - - -32 (121) Aaron Burkart/Andre Kachel D Suzuki Swift S1600 J'hRC SSE002 (H) 4h.38m.53.9s.(3)- -- -15 33 (36) Nick Georgiou/Joseph Matar GB/RL Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N* DS701 PC (I) 4h.41 m.38.8s. -- -- -35 (37) Peter Horsey/Moses Matovu EAK/EAU Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X N'" DZ213ZS (I) 4h.44m.46.9s. - - - --40 (131) Yeray Lames/Rogelio Penate E Renault Clio R3 JWRC CM289MH (I) 4h.53m.16.3s.(6)- -- -12 41 (30) Albert Llover&'Borja Rozada ANDIE Fiat Grande Punto S2000 S'hRC DK077GT (I) 4h.58m.36.7s.(1) - -1 --50 (124) Egoi Valdes/Alberet Maturana E Renault Clio R3 JWRC DZ016RC (I) 5h.25m.40.2s.(11)- -- -10 51 (128) Hany HunUSebastian Marshall GB Ford Fiesta R2 JWRC PX59ANR (GB) 5h.36m.13.5s.(4) - - --8 ·August 2010 Dusty Times

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. . . . . . . . ... . 0 _ .E. GRAF SDD Mc~ ... Cf1-~J.ll:I RIK:f!jji tfJ'.!iL:M.1$t:; Shelby Reid Takes Class 1 And overall By ]. Preston Bradshaw Photos: Track.side Photo Boy, it sure turned out to be a of them were able to complete their perfect afternoon and evening. It great race in the wilds of the Lu-required laps. Tech and Cantin-was about 83 miles per lap and most ceme Valley on May 22nd, MORE gency were at the school on Rabbit · classes ran six laps and some ran as presented the ORAF 500 and it was Springs Road and there was a decent little as four laps. a really good chance to get a looong turnout of contingency donors, the First off the line were the Class 1 race under your belt. There were weather was nicely mild and, but cars, there were 12 of them entered 152 entrants all rarin' to go and 83 for the wind it would have been a and six of them made all six required Holly Bechard had a great race, took the win in the Trophy Challenge race with an hour and 43 minutes in hand, seen here at speed. laps. When their first lap ended it was Andy Birchard leading the pack, Shelby Reid ran in second place, less than a minute in arrears, Sean Dunn came along a minute later, Rick Brabec was in fourth place and Ryan Poleman rounded out the top five. Cody Martin was running sixth, Allan Lee was seventh, Howard· Sukenic was eighth, Lee Finke was ninth, Bryan Yonan held 10th spot and Chris Hertsch was in 11th place. Scott Buchwitz failed to complete his first lap. Second lap ended and Shelby Reid moved into the lead, Sean Dunn was second, less than a min-ute behind the leader, Rick Brabec moved into third place, Ryan Pole-man moved into fourth place and Cody Martin was in the fifth spot. Andy Birchard dropped to fifth place with a few troubles with the car. Howard Sukenic was up two spots into sixth, Allan Lee moved into seventh place, Bryan Yonan ran eighth and Lee Finke held on in ninth. Chris Hertsch was on his trailer. Third lap and the Reid Wagon re-mained in first place, Sean Dunn re-mained in the second spot although he was now 10 minutes behind the leader, Rick Brabec remained in the third spot, Andy Birchard was run-ning in fourth place and Cody Mar-tin remained in fifth place. Howard Sukenic ran sixth, Allan Lee ran seventh, Bryan Yonan held on in eighth and Lee Finke ran ninth. Ryan Poleman was out of the race. When their fourth lap ended it was still the Reid Wagon in the lead, Sean Dunn was seven minutes behind in second place, Rick Brabec ran third, Cody Martin was up a spot -into fourth place and Andy Birchard dropped to the fifth spot. Howard Sukenic was still in the sixth spot, Allen Lee was seventh, Jim Kalp led three of the four laps in Trophy challenge but problems Clint Barry ran in second place all race long, he went home with the Drew Belk was never lower than· third place during his Class 5 race, on the final lap dropped him to a second place finish. silver medal for his troubles, he's seen here at speed. he finished in the second spot, well back but second. I I Performance Proven for Desert & O~ff-·Road Use 150 Heavy Duty Sizes to Choose from Detail & Pressure·Wash Tanks Marine.Holding &Water Tanks Bulk Storage & Waste Tanks R.V. Tanks Quality Products & Friendly Service RONCO PLASTICS, INC. • 714-259-1385 · • FAX 714-259-0759 • 15022 Parkway Loop, Suite B • Tustin, CA 92780 • CALL, WRITE or FAX us to Receive a Free Catalog ~-------------------------------------------------~-----~ Page 18 August 2010 Dusty Times

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Martin ran in the 11th spot, Steve Griffith made it an even dozen and Chris Lazenby had 13th place nailed · down. Marylou Garavito and Vic Bruckmann fell out on their first lap and Che Corbett did not start the race. The win in Class 3000 went to Justin Davis, Justin had 48 minutes in hand when he took the checkered flag. The Class 5 win went to Jim Anderson, he had an hour and 10 minutes in hand when he took the checkered flag. Second lap ended and Jim An-derson continued to lead the pack, Ric Holmes was up into second place, Drew Belk dropped a spot into third place, Ralph Potts was up two spots into fourth place and Steve Tyo was now running in fifth place. Todd Davis was up.into sixth place, Scott Wagstaff dropped two spots into seventh, Jeremy Martin was eighth, Larry Antuna held on in the ninth spot and Steve Griffith was now in 10th place. Kevin Hei-tritter, Darrel Clifton and Chris Lazenby were all on their respective trailers .. Lee Finke moved into eighth place and Bryan Yonan dropped to ninth place. Fifth lap ended and the Reid's continued to lead, Sean Dunn re-mained in second place, he was now 14 minutes in arrears, Rick Brabec remained in the third spot, Cody Martin was fourth and Allen Lee was up two places into fifth. Howard Sukenic remained in sixth place, Andy Birchard was now running seventh and Bryan Yonan was in eighth place. Lee Finke was off the scoring charts. Sixth lap, checkers flew and the Shelby Reid crew were right there to take the gold medal, Sean Dunn claimed the silver medal and Cody Martin took home the bronze me-dallion. Allen Lee finished first off the podium, Howard Sukenic was fifth car in and Andy Birchard was the sixth and final finisher. Rick Brabec and Bryan Yonan failed to complete their final lap. The Trophy Challenge Class was next up, there were seven of them entered and they had four laps to run for their race. When their first lap ended it was Jim Kalp leading the class, Holli Bechard ran in sec-ond spot, Pepper Cote was in third place, Mike Donahue ran fourth and Keith Anfuso was in fifth place. Ricky McCormies and Vincent Du-dash were out of the event. Second lap ended and Jim Kalp was still leading the way, Holli Bechard held down second place, Pepper Cote was in third place and up a spot into sixth, Andrea Scanlan Keith Anfuso was running in fourth was in seventh place, Earl Frasier place. Mike Donahue was on his ran eighth and Chad Dohrman re-trailer. mained in ninth place. Third lap erided and Jim Kalp When their third lap ended it had increased his lead over Holli was still Justin Davis in the lead, Bechard to 31 minutes and Pepper Clint Barry held on in second place, Cote was third, another 30 minutes he was eight minutes behind the back. Keith Anfuso had joined the leader, Pete Sohren came along four ranks of the non-racers. minutes later in third place, Dave . Fourth lap, final lap and when Wilson remained in fourth place the checkered flag flew it was Holli and Andrea Scanlan ran in fifth Bechard taking a really nice win, Jim place. Karl Scanlan was sixth, he was Kalp had problems and ended up a back another 28 minutes, having long second place and Pepper Cote had trouble on the lap, Earl Frasier came in for a verrrry long third place was seventh and Chad Dohrman finish. was eighth, the result of big troubles The Class 30 trucks were next on his first lap. Rick Wright was out up, there were nine of them entered of the action. and fully seven of them would make Fourth lap into the books and it for all of their five required laps. Justin Davis was still in the lead, At the end of their first lap it was Pete Sohren had moved up into the Justin Davis showing the way, Clint second spot, Clint Barry dropped Barry was second, he was two min- into third place, Dave Wilson was utes in arrears, Andrea Scanlan was still running fourth and Andrea another six minutes back in third Scanlan remained in the fifth spot. place, Pete Sohren ran in fourth Karl Scanlan remained in sixth place and Rick Wright was run-place, he was another 21 minutes ning fifth. In sixth place was Dave back and Chad Dohrman held on Wilson, Karl Scanlan was running in seventh place. Earl Frasier was seventh, Earl Frasier was in eighth out of the race. place and Chad Dohrman was run- Final lap and when the checkers ning ninth. flew Justin Davis was right there to Second lap, Justin Davis still take the win, Clint Barry took sec-led the class, Clint Barry was still ond place honors, he was some 47 second, he was two minutes and minutes behind the leader, Andrea change in arrears, Pete Sohren was Scanlan took third place honors, now in third place, Dave Wilson was Karl Scanlan finished first off the sixth in, he had a four and a half hour last lap and Chad Dohrman was the seventh and final finisher in the class. Class 5 was next up, there were 16 cars entered and they had six laps to go to complete their race. When their first lap ended it was Jim Anderson leading the class, Drew Belk was a minute behind in second place, Kevin Heitritter ran in the third spot, Rick Holmes was in fourth position and Scott Wagstaff rounded out the front five. Ralph Potts was running in sixth spot, Todd Davis was running seventh, eighth place went to Steve Tyo, Larry Antuna was ninth and Darrel Clifton was in 10th place. Jeremy Jim Anderson continued to lead on the third lap, Ric Holmes held oh in the second spot, Ric was eight minutes behind the leader, Drew Belk remained in the third spot, Ralph Potts stayed in the fourth spot and Scott Wagstaff was up two plac-es into fifth. Steve Tyo dropped a spot into sixth place, Todd Davis fell to seventh place, Larry Antuna was up to eighth place, Steve Griffith was running ninth and Jeremy Mar-tin dropped to 10th place. Fourth lap ended and Jim Ander-son continued to hold the top spot, Ric Holmes held onto the second Continued on page 20 up into fourth spot and Rick Wright podium, Pete Sohren dropped to a The gold medal in the Class 5 contest went to Guy Savedra, Guy had 37 minutes held on in fifth. Karl Scanlon was fifth place finish, Dave Wilson was in hand when he took his great win. -----~--~-------===:::::;--;:::;:::==::::::::::=============~ Bud Ward took second place honors in the Class 9 race, Bud was Kevin Ellis was a wee bit off the winning pace in the Class 10 contest Rick Paquette slipped to sixth place in the Class 78 race but he was six minutes in arrears when the checkers flew. but he hung in there and went home with second place honors. right there at the end to take well deserved second place honors. Andy Neal and Mike Malloy drove their buggy to a second place finish Tom Barnett ran in second place the entire race, a terribly long third Matt Lovell's last three laps were well off the winning pace, Matt in Class ½-1600, seen here at high speed. lap didn't help, he's seen here full on in his really good lookin' Jeep. did take second place honors in the Ultra Truck event. Dusty Times August 2010 Page 19

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spot, Drew Belk still ran in third place, Scott Wagstaff was up another place into fourth arid Todd Davis was up into the fifth spot. Steve Tyo remained in sixth place, Larry Antuna moved up into seventh spot, Ralph Potts dropped four spots into eighth place and Jeremy Martin was ninth. Steve Griffith was out of the race. Jim Anderson continued to lead on the fifth lap, Drew Belk moved into second place, Scott Wagstaff was now in third place, Todd Davis was now running fourth and Ralph Potts was up three places into fifth place. Steve Tyo remained sixth, Lar-ry Antuna held onto seventh place and Jeremy Martin was now eighth. Ric Holmes had big problems and was out of the race. Sixth lap ended, checkered flag flew and Jim Anderson was right there to collect the big prize, Jim led all the way, Drew Belk collectc:,d sec-ond place honors, he was an hour and 10 minutes behind the leader, Scott Wagstaff took third place honors, Larry Antuna finished first off the podium, Ralph Potts took fifth place honors and Todd Davis collected a sixth place finish. Steve Tyo and Jeremy Martin were unable to finish their final lap. The 5/1600 cars were next up, they had to complete five laps for their race. Six cars started the race and four of them made it all the way. At the end of their first lap it was Dennis Dunn leading the class, Guy Savedra ran in second place, he was a minute and change in arrears, Jim Harris held third spot, Paul Smith was fourth and Chad Williams held fifth place. Bill Goetsch did not fin-ish his first lap. Second lap ended and now it was Guy Savedra in the lead car, Paul Smith dropped to second place, Jim Harris remained in third place, Chad Williams was in fourth place and Dennis Dunn had trouble, an almost three hour lap dropped him from the lead into fifth place. Third lap ended and Guy Save-dra continued to lead the class, Paul Smith ran in second place he was 26 minutes in arrears, Jim Harris remained in third place and Den-nis Dunn remained in fourth spot. Chad Williams was out of the race. Steve Lang and Mike Malloy partnered to take the win in the Class 9 contest, they had six minutes in hand at the finish. There were no position changes on the fourth lap. Fifth lap, final lap and Guy Save-dra took the checkered flag for a very nice win, Paul Smith took sec-ond place honors and Dennis Dunn filled out the podium. Jim Harris had problems on his last lap and failed to complete the race. Class 9 cars were next up, there were 14 entered and eight of them made all the required laps. When their first lap ended it was Cody Rash in the lead, Steve Johnson was just two minutes behind the leader, Mark Nappi ran in third place, Stc:;ve Lang was running fourth and Bud Ward was in fifth spot. Jared Sluter was in sixth spot, Jim Richardson was running seventh, Tanner Stover was eighth, Chris Mursick was in · ninth place and Manny Sandoval ran in 10th place. Randy Ward was back in 11th place, Greg Goltz ran 12th and Dave Bolles was 13th in class. Matt Creveling was on his trailer. Second Class 9 lap ended and now it was Bud Ward leading the pack, Steve Lang dropped to second place, Steve Johnson dropped to third, Cody Rash had some prob-lems and dropped to fourth and Jared Sluter moved into fifth spot. Tanner Stover was up two spots into sixth, Jim Richardson held on in seventh spot, Randy Ward moved up into eighth place, Greg Goltz was up to ninth spot and Manny Sandoval had a four and a half hour lap, he somehow remained in the 10th spot. Chris Mursick dropped to 11th place and Dave Bolles was 12th. Mark Nappi was out of the race. Steve Lang got back into the lead on the third lap, Steve Johnson was in second place, Bud Ward dropped to third spot, Cody Rash remained in fourth place and Tanner Stover was up another spot into fifth. Jim Richardson ran in the sixth spot, Jar-ed Sluter dropped to seventh place, Randy Ward remained eighth, Greg Goltz held on in ninth and Chris Mursick was 10th. Manny Sandoval was in 11th place and Dave Bolles had a three and a half hour lap and dropped to 12th place. Fourth lap ended, Mike Mal-loy, who was in for Steve Lang still held the class lead, Bud Ward was second, he was seven minutes in arrears, Steve Johnson dropped a spot to third, Cody Rash remained fourth and Jim Richardson was up a spot into fifth. Jared Sluter was sixth, Randy Ward was in seventh place, Greg Goltz ran eighth and Chris Mursick was ninth. Tanner Stover, Dave Bolles and Manny San-doval were out of the contest. Final lap, Steve Lang came in for the checkered flag, a nice win, Bud Ward took the silver medal, Steve Johnson won the bronze, Cody Rash took fourth place honors and Jim Richardson was the fifth place finisher. Jared Sluter was sixth in, Greg Goltz took seventh and Randy Matt Cullen had a great race, he took the Class 10 gold medal with ease, Matt had an hour and sixteen minutes in hand at the checkers. Ward was the eighth and final fin-isher in the class. Chris Murisck did not complete his final lap. There were only six cars entered in the Class 10 battle and four of them made it all the way for their six required laps. At the end of their first lap it was Matt Cullen showing the way, Steve Jangaard ran in the second spot, Ellis was run-ning third, Vince Tjelmeland was in fourth place, Michael Deardoff ran fifth and Steve McMullen held down the sixth spot. Second lap, Matt Cullen still led the class, Adam Tjelmeland had moved up into second spot, Kevin Ellis remained in third place and Steve McMullen ran fourth. Steve Jaangard and Michael Deardoffwere out of the race. Third lap and Matt Cullen still led the class, Vince Tjelmeland re-mained in second place, he was 31 minutes behind the leader, Kevin Ellis remained in third place and Steve McMullen remained in fourth place. Fourth lap and Matt Cullen still led the group, Kevin Ellis moved into second place, Vince Tjelmeland dropped to third and Steve McMul-len held on in fourth. Matt Cullen led the fifth lap, Adam Tjelmeland, who was in for his father Vince moved into second place, again, Kevin Ellis dropped to third and Steve McMullen was fourth. Sixth lap, final lap and when the smoke cleared it was Matt Cullen taking the Class 10 win, Matt led all the way. Second in was Kevin Ellis, Kevin was 76 minutes behind . the leader, Adam Tjelmeland fin-ished third, he was just another two minutes back and Steve McMullen finished in fourth place, Steve was another 70 minutes back. (Ed Note-Vince Tjelmeland hadn't raced for 23 years. His son, Adam was after him for years to get back in the sport and Vince finally agreed to try it all again. Congrats to Vince for his not lost driving skill and we hope he becomes a regular thing.) Next up was Class 7B, there were 14 vehicles entered and seven of them made their required six laps. When their first lap ended it was Blaze Jackson leading the class, Rick Paquette was two minutes back in second place, Cody Reid ran in third place, Talya Dodson was fourth and Hector Garcia was running fifth. Tom Stewart was running sixth, Kevin Martin was seventh, Nick Dempkowski was in eighth place, Mark Talla ran ninth and Art Velasco was in the 10th spot. Taylor Morford was running 11th, Jeff Cepielik made it an even ' ' dozen, Matt Laughlin was 13th and Jeff Nutter was bringing up the rear in 14th place. Second lap, Blaze Jackson still led the class, Rick Paquette remained in second place, he was over three min-utes behind the leader, Cody Reid remained in third, Hector Garcia Wes Wisdom had to settle for a second place finish in the Class 11 contest, he was three minutes in arrears at the checkers. Carl Walters (foreground) took home the silver medal in the Class Perry Coan ran his Jeep to a second place finish in the Jeepspeed 88 fracas, Carl was off the pace for most of the race. contest, less than two minutes in arrears at the checkers. Cody Martin didn't have too bad a race, he finished in third place in Pepper Cote was well off the winning pace in the Trophy Challenge It was a third place finish for.Andrea Scanlan at the MORE ORAF the Class 1 battle, he's seen here at speed. race, nonetheless it was a third place finish in class. gathering, Andrea is seen here in her good looking car on the course. Page 20 August 2010 Dusty Times

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Blaze Jackson was the Class 78 winner, he's seen here at high speed on his way to the sometimes elusive checkered flag. was up into fourth and Tom Stewart ran fifth. Talya Dodson dropped to sixth place, Nick Dempkowski was in seventh place, Art Velasco ran eighth, Mark Talia remained ninth and Matt Laughlin was running 10th. Taylor Morford remained in 11th place, Jeff Cepielik was 12th and Jeff Nutter was in 13th place. Kevin Martin retired from the fray. Third lap, Blaze Jackson still led the class, Cody Reid moved up into the second spot, Cody was 22 minutes behind the leader, Talya Dodson moved up into third place, Art Velasco was up into fourth place and Hector Garcia dropped to fifth place. Rick Paquette dropped to sixth place with -an almost two hour lap, Tom Stewart dropped·two spots to seventh place, Nick Dempkowski dropped to eighth, Matt Laughlin was ninth and Mark Talia was in 10th place. Taylor Morford held on in 11th place, Jeff Cepielik ran 12th and Jeff Nutter remained in 13th place. Fourth lap ended, Blaze Jackson still led the class, Cody Reid re-mained in second place, Cody was almost half an hour behind the lead-er, Talya Dobson remained in the third spot, Rick Paquette moved up to fourth place and Matt Laughlin was up into fifth place. Tom Stewart was in the sixth spot, Mark Talia· ran seventh, Hector Garcia dropped three spots to eighth place, Taylor Morford was ninth, Jeff Cepielik was in 10th place and Jeff Nutter ran in 11th place. Art Velasco and Nick Derripkowski were on their trailers. Fifth lap ended, Blaze Jackson still ran in the #l position, Talya Dodson was now in second place, five minutes behind the leader, Rick Paquette ran third; Mark Talia was up three spots into fourth and Matt Laughlin held on in fifth. Hector Garcia was up two into sixth, Jeff Cepielik was a long seventh place, Cody Reid dropped to eighth place, thanks to an almost four hour lap and Jeff Nutter ran ninth. Tom Stewart and Taylor Morford were out of the competition. Checkered flag flew and Blaze Jackson was right there to take the win, Rick Paquette finished sec-ond, he was 21 minutes behind the leader, Mark Tala took third place honors, Matt Laughlin finished fourth and Talya Dodson was the fifth place finisher. Jeff Cepielik was sixth car in and Cody Reid was the seventh and final finisher. Hector Garcia and Jeff Nutter failed to fin-ish their final lap. There were 16 entrants in the Class ½-1600 battle, they too had six laps to run for their race and 10 of them made it all the way. When they completed their first lap it was Mike Malloy in the class lead, Craig Forrest was second, he was almost two minutes back, Brett Maurer ran third, Brian Jeffrey was running fourth and Joey Black was in fifth place. Mike Meehan was in sixth spot, Nathan Martin ran seventh, Craig Forrest took the gold medal in the ½-1600 race, Craig is seen here runnin' hard and fast on his way to the checkers. Andy Devercelly was eighth, Mike Ward was in ninth place and Jim Richie was in 10th place. Chad Baeskins was running in 11th place, Spencer McBride was in 12th spot, Zach Sizelove was 13th, Cody Hayes was in 14th place and Keith Rogovin was running in 15th place. Jerold Esterlein was not running. Second lap and Craig Forrest was the new leader, Brian Jeffrey was now running in second place, Brett Maurer remained in the third spot, Mike Meehan was up to fourth place and Andy Devercelly moved up into fifth place. Nathan Martin was up a spot into sixth place, Mike Ward ran seventh, Mike Malloy dropped to eighth place with some minor troubles, Spencer McBride was up to ninth place and Chad Baeskins was now in 10th place. Zach Sizelove was up to 11th place, Keith Rogovin was now 12th, Cody Hayes was 13th and Jim Richie was in 14th place. Joey Black was out of the race. Third lap ended and Craig For-rest continued to lead the class, Mike Meehan ran second, he was seven minutes in arrears, Brett Mau-rer ran in third place, Brian Jeffrey was in fourth spot and Andy De-vercelly held on in fifth place. Andy Neal, who was in for Mike Malloy ran in the sixth spot. Checkers had quickly repaired a lower right front arm Spencer McBride was in sev-enth place, Zach Sizelove ran eighth, Chad Baeskins was in the ninth spot and Mike Ward held the 10th spot. Keith Rogovin was ln 11th place, Nathan Martin ran 12th, Cody Hayes was 13th and Jim Richie was in the 14th spot. Fourth lap and Craig Forrest continued to lead the large class, Andy Neal remained in second, he was 15 minutes out of the lead, Mike Meehan dropped a spot into third, Andy Devercelly was up a place into fourth and Brian Jeffrey dropped to fifth place. Brett Mau-rer dropped to sixth place, Spencer McBride was seventh, Zach Sizelove remained in eighth, Chad Baeskins held on in ninth and Mike Ward remained in 10th place. Nathan Martin moved into 11th place, Cody Hayes was 12th, Keith Rogovin dropped to 13th and Jim Richie ran in 14th place. Fifth lap, getting near the end and Craig Forrest continued to lead the class, Andy Neal continued in second spot, but he was a lot closer now, only nine minutes in arrears, Brian Jeffreys was up into third place, Mike Meehan ran fourth and Andy Devercelly ran in the fifth spot. Spencer McBride moved up to sixth place, Zach Sizelove was seventh, Chad Baeskins was in eighth place, Mike Ward ran ninth and Nathan Martin was 10th. Keith Rogovin was now in 11th place and Brett Maurer fell to 12th, thanks to a five hour lap. Jim Richie and Cody Hayes were amongst the missing. Sixth lap, final lap and it was Craig Forrest taking a really big win, Craig led five of the six laps for the gold medal, Andy Neal was second in, he was three minutes behind the leader, Andy suffered a right front flat a few mile from the finish but still was 6th overall in the race! Brian Jeffrey came in third, Mike Meehan finished first off the podi-um and Spencer McBride was fifth car to finish. Zach Sizelove finished sixth, Chad Baeskins was seventh in, Mike Ward finished eighth, Nathan Martin was ninth and Brett Mau-rer was the 10th and final finisher. Andy Devercelly did not complete the final lap. There were five vehicles entered in the Class 30 fracas, they had four laps to run for their race and two of them made it all the way. Jon Krell-witz led the first lap, Tom Barnett was second in class, Dennis Beck-with ran third and Chase Rather was running fourth. Yves Braun was not scored. Second lap and Jon Krellwitz continued to lead the class, Tom Barnett remained in second place, he was almost an hour in arrears and Chase Rather moved into third place. Dennis Beckwith was off the scoring charts. There were no position changes on the third lap. Fourth lap, final lap and Jon Krellwitz took the checkers for the class win, Tom Barnett took second place honors and that's all there was. Chase Rather retired without completing his final lap. There were 10 vehicles entered in the Class 1400 fracas, they had five laps to run for their race and five of them made all the required laps. At the end of their first lap it was Tom Renolds in the first spot, Guillermo Gallardo ran second, he was nine minutes in arrears, Sal Gomez was third, Jasen Harmon was fourth, Matt Lovell ran fifth and Shelby Thompson was in sixth place. Mark Workentine, Gary Oliver and Ryan Hasbrouk failed to complete their first lap and Bob Lemaster did not start. Second lap ended and now it was Guillermo Gallardo leading the class, Sal Gomez moved up to sec-ond place, tom Reynolds dropped to third place, Matt Lovell moved Continued on page 22 Scott Wagstaff raced to a bronze medal finish in the Class 5 contest, Steve .Johnson needed some candlepower to get to the finish line, Mark Tai/a ran well back for quite a while but turned it on when it Scott is seen here hustling across the desert. Steve gathered a third place finish in the Class 9 contest. counted and went home with a third place finish in Class 78. It was a third place finish for Brian Jeffrey in the 1600 battle, he's Bob Depew had to settle for the bronze medal in the Class 11 contest, Rhonda Parkhouse had a decent race, she took home third place honors seen here at speed heading for the home stretch. Bob is seen here on his way to the checkered flag. in the Class 88 contest, Rhonda is seen here at speed on the course. Dusty Times August 2010 Page 21

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to fourth, Jasen Harmon was fifth and Shelby Thompson was running sixth. Third lap ended and Tom Reyn-olds was back in the lead, Sal Gomez moved into the second spot, Guiller-mo Gallardo dropped to third place, Matt Lovell held on in fourth and Shelby Thompson ran fifth. Jasen Harmon was on his trailer. Fourth lap ended and Tom Re-nolds was back in the lead, Matt Lovell was running in the second spot, Shelby Thompson moved up into third, Sal Gomez dropped to fourth place, thanks to a three and a half hour lap and Guillermo Gal-lardo dropped to fifth place, he too suffering from an almost five hour lap. Fifth lap, final lap and Tom Renolds was there to claim the gold medal, Matt Lovell took second place honors, Shelby Thompson fin-ished in third place, Sal Gomez fin-ished a long fourth and Guillermo Galardo was well back in fifth place. Class seven didn't have anyone who completed the required laps. The pecking order at the end of two laps was: Tyler Fox had the lowest elapsed time for two laps, Robbie Cockrell was next for a two lap fin-ish and Johnny Walker finished only one lap. So much for Class 7 A. There were 11 cars entered in Class 11, they had three laps to run and 10 of them went all the way. When their first lap ended it was David Hendrickson leading the class, Chris Anderson ran in second place, he was six minutes behind the leader, Cory Vandermark ran third, Bob Depew was in fourth and Dave Cote rounded out the front five. In sixth place was Wes Wisdom, Luis Gallindo ran seventh, Carl Naso was in eighth place, Anne Naso was ninth and Brian Thompson was in 10th place. Robby Maingot did not start the race. Second lap ended, David Hen-drickson still led the pack, Wes Wisdom moved way up into sec-ond spot, Bob Depew moved into third, Cory Vandermark dropped to fourth and Dave Cote remained in fifth place. Chris Anderson dropped to the sixth spot, Carl Naso was seventh, Luis Gallindo was eighth, Anne Naso remained ninth Jon Krellwitz was the Class 30 winner at the ORAF 500, Jon had almost three hours in hand when he took the checkered flag. and Brian Thompson remained in now fourth and Chris Gerdes was in 10th place. fifth place. Chris Johnson and Mike David Hendrickson came in for Hobbs were out of the race. the checkered flag, a very nice win, Fourth and final lap and Tim Wes Wisdom was second car in, he Scott took the win with ease, Carl was less than four minutes behind Walters finished in second spot, the winner, Bob Depew took third Rhonda Parkhouse took third place place, Cory Vandermark was fourth honors and Ernie Serfas was the in and Dave Cote was fifth in. Chris fourth place finisher. Chris Gerdes Anderson was the sixth car in, Carl was unable to complete his final lap. Naso finished seventh, Anne Naso There were 15 entrants in the was eighth and Luis Gallindo was Jeepspeed contest, they had four the ninth car in. Brian Thompson laps to run for their race and nine of did not finish his final lap. them completed the required laps. There were seven entries in the When their first lap ,ended it was Class 8B contest, they had four laps Tandi Hartman in the class lead, to run and four of them got in all Eric Helgeson was running second, their required laps. When their first he was a minute and change in ar-lap ended it was Tim Scott leading rears, Chris Wacker was another the way, Chris Johnson was second, minute back in third place, Jeff Ernie Serfas ran in third place, Carl Coan was in fourth place and Eric Walters ran fourth and Mike Hobbs Filar was running fifth. Chris Niss-was running in fifth place. Rhonda ley was in sixth place, Tom Thorvick Parkhouse was in sixth place and was running in the seventh spot, Chris Gerdes was in the seventh Cliff Cook was eighth, Clint Mal-spot. burg was ninth and Eric Heiden was Tim Scott continued to lead on in the 10th spot. Phil Heynen was the second lap, Chris Johnson re-in 11th place, Austin Stobaugh was mained second, he was five minutes in 12th place, Brendan King was and change in arrears, Carl Walters 13th and John West held down 14th was up in third spot, Mike. Hobbs place. Jason Vander T uig was on his ran fourth and Rhonda Parkhouse trailer. was into fifth spot. Ernie Serfas Second lap ended and Eric Hel-dropped to sixth and Chris Gerdes geson was the new leader, Chris was in last place with a four and a Wacker ran in second place, Jeff half hour lap. Coan moved into third, Cliff Cook Third lap and Tim Scott still led was well up into fourth and Clint the class, Carl Walters ran in second Malburg was up four spots into fifth. place, Rhonda Parkhouse moved up Eric Heiden was up four spots into into third place, Ernie Serfas was sixth place, Eric Filar dropped to Tom Renolds had a fairly easy time of it, he took the gold medal in the Ultra Truck class, Tom had over an hour in hand at the finish. David Hendrickson took the gold medal in the Class 11 contest, but it was no runaway, David only had three minutes in hand at the flag. seventh, Heynen was up to eighth mained in 11th place. Chris Wacker place, Austin Stoubaugh was now was on his trailer. ninth and Tom Thorvick dropped The checkered flag flew and to 10th. John West was 11th and Eric Helgeson took the Jeepspeed Chris Nissley dropped to the 12th win, Perry Coan took second place, spot. Tandi Hartman and Brendan he was less than two minutes in King were out of the race. arrears, Clint Malburg took third Erik Helgeson continued to lead place honors, Cliff Cook finished on the third lap, Perry Coan, who fourth and Eric Filar was the fifth was in for Jeff remained second, he place finisher. Austin Stobaugh fin-was eight minutes in arrears, Philip ished sixth, Tom Thorvick finished " Heynen was way up into third place, seventh, Chris Nissley was eighth in Clint Malburg was fourth and Tom and John West was the ninth and Thorvick was well up into fifth · final finisher. Philip Heynen and place. Cliff Cook dropped to sixth Eric Heiden failed to finish the race. place, Eric Heiden was seventh, As so it was, another race in the Eric Filar held on in eighth, Austin books. The next MORE event is the Stobaugh was ninth, Chris Nissley Freedom 250, July 17 is the date. Be was in 10th place and John West re-there! !!!:.Q~~ ------------------------, Clint Ma/burg worked his way up from eighth place in the Jeepspeed Cody Rash suffered a long second and fifth lap and that relegated Matt Laughlin worked his way through the Class 78 cars, he went event to take third place honors, here at speed. him to a first off the podium finish in the Class 9 fracas. from near the back of the pack to finish first off the podium. Mike Meehan was just a bit off the winning pace in the Class 1600 It was a fourth place finish for Cory Vandemark in the Class 11 Cliff Cook had a decent tome at the MORE ORAF gathering, he ran skirmish, Mike ended up with a fourth place finish in class. contest, Cory is seen here with lights ablaze, headin' for the finish. his Jeep to a first off the podium finish, seen here at high speed. Page 22 August 2010 Dusty Times

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R.l'l,l MCMILLIN SUPERSTITION SERIES COYOTE WASH 200 Mccallum Takes Class 1 And overall By ]. Preston Bradshaw Photos: Ste11e Hobart .. Ruben Gutierrez Jr. had a good race, he ran second in Class 5/1600 class until the last lap when he came in for the gold medal. was now in fourth place-and running in sixth place. Larry Brandon Aymar was running McCallum did not start the fifth. Jason Jernigan was o n race. his trailer. Second lap ended, David There were no position Herrera continued to lead, changes on the fifth lap. Rube Gutierrez Jr was run-Chuck Hovey continued to ning second, Jorge Gutierrez lead on the sixth lap, Shawn dropped a spot into third, Eric McCallum remained in second Garcia was fourth, Tom Craft place, he was three minutes ran fifth and Martin Castane-and change in arrears, Ryan da dropped to sixth place with Poelman held on in third and a two and a half hour lap. Erik H arp was fourth. Bran-Third lap came to an end do n Aymar was out of the race. and Jo rge Gutierrez was now No position changes on in the class lead, Ruben Guti-Shawn McCallum ran in second spot for seven of the eight required laps for Class 1 he took the lead and the win when it really counted. their seventh lap. errez Jr. remained in second Eighth lap, final lap and place, he was only seconds be-when the checkers flew it was hind the leader, David Herrera Sixty-Five· entrants showed leading the way, Shawn Mc-up to do battle in the Plaster Callum was in second place, a City area on June 12th. The minute and change in arrears, MDR -McMillin -Supersti-Ryan Poelman held third spot, tion Series -Coyote Wash 200 Jason Jernigan ran fourth, was all ready to go. Unfortu-Brandon Aymar was fifth and nately, 20 of the entries were Erik Harp was in sixth place. dnfs and there were nine oth-Matt Cook did not start the ers who were scheduled to race race. but did not start. The winning Second l a p ended and car ·averaged 58.9mph for the Chuck Hovey continued to eight laps, not too shabby. lead the class, Shawn McCal-Now, onto the race itself. lum remained in second place, There were seven entrants in he was two minutes behind the the Class 1 race, they had eight leader, Ryan Poelman came laps to complete for their race along some three minutes lat-and only three of them made it er, less than a minute later all the way. At the end of their Brandon Aymar ran fourth, Ja-first lap it was Chuck Hovey son Jernigan ran fifth and Erik 7""'7~'7"7"""'7"IT'"""7";7"7'1't7!~;:s;;mrw;:;;%] Brandon Whitehead had a fun race, he ran in second place for four laps then led the last laps for a nice Class 9 win. Ryan Poelman ran in third place for seven laps then Ryan moved Harp remained in sixth place. Shawn McCallum taking the dropped to third place, Eric Third lap ended and Chuck Class 1 win, Ryan Poelman was Garcia remained fourth, Tom Hovey continued to lead the second in and Erik Harp took Craft stayed in fifth and Mar-class, Shawn McCall um re-third place honors. Chuck tin Castaneda was sixth. mained second, less than three Hovey had disappeared. Jorge Gutierrez continued minutes in arrears, Ryan Poe'!-Next to start were the Class to lead on the fourth lap, Ru-man held on in third place, 5/16001Bugs, there were seven ben Gutierrez Jr was still in Jason Jernigan was up a spot of them and fully five of them the second spot, Eric Garcia into fourth, Erik Harp was made their eight required was up a spot into third, Da-now fifth and Brandon Aymar laps. Hen they finished their vid Herrera was only seconds was running sixth. first lap it was David Her-behind in fourth, To m Craft Fourth lap ended and rera leading the class, Jorge remained in fifth place and Chuck Hovey continued to Gutierrez ran in second place, Martin Castaneda ran sixth. lead the class, Shawn McCal-he was less than a minute in There were no position lum remained in the second arrears, Ruben Gutierrez Jr. changes on the fifth lap. spot, he was now five min-came along 30 seconds later There were no position utes in arrears, Ryan Poelman in third place, Eric Garcia ran changes on the sixth lap but remained in third, another in fourth, Martin Castaneda Martin Castaneda called it six minutes back, Erik Harp was fifth and Tom Craft was quits. r--'"7"----------------~ Seventh lap ended and Jorge Tom Bjorstrom led seven of the eight required laps to take Class 10 honors, Tom is seen here at high speed on the course. Gutierrez continued to lead the class, Ruben Gutierrez Jr. was still running second, he was some four minutes in ar-rears, Eric Garcia ran third, David Herrera came along a minute later in fourth place and Tom Craft held down fifth place. Eighth lap, final lap and when the checkers flew it was Ruben Gutierrez Jr. taking a really nice win, Jorge Gutier-rez took second place honors, David Herrera was the third car in, Eric Garcia finished in fourth place and Tom Craft was the fifth and final finisher in the class. into silver medal territory and went home with a nice second place Jorge Gutierrez took home second place honors in the Class. 5/1600 Second place in Class 9 went to Adam Sarver, Adam was only 32 in Class 1. battle, Jorge is seen here in his really great looking bug. seconds out of the class win when he took the checkered flag. Page 24 August 2010 Dusty Times .. +

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Phil Green didn't have too bad a day, he ran in second place in Class Nathan Creighton was bit off the winning pace in Class 1400, Nathan Jeff Shaw gave it all he had but had to settle for a silver medal finish 1400 all the way but was well back at the checkers. took second place honors, he's seen here flyin' through the soft stuff. in Class 1450, Jeff was just two minutes in arrears at the end. Greg Parker was scheduled to run in Class 700 but he failed to start the race There were two entrants in Class 8, they were scheduled to run eight laps. At the end Page 26 of their first lap it was Beny Canela in the class lead and David Bryan three minutes in arrears. Second lap ended and Beny Canela still led the class but David Bryan was nowhere to be seen. Problems unknown to us. Beny Canela ran well for laps three through six but disaster struck on the seventh lap, Beny was out there for over three hours and never completed his final lap. Cest la vie! Class 9 was next up, they had six laps to run for their ~eal [ife Safety Solutions. August 2010 race. There were five cars en-tered and three of them made it all the way. At the end of their first lap it was Adam Sarver in the class lead, Bran-don Whiteh~ad ran in second place, he was a minute and change in arrears, Brian Max-well ran third and Mark Cul-ver was in fourth place. Josh Frisk failed to start the race. There were no position changes on laps 2, 3 and 4. Fifth lap ended and Bran-don Whitehead had taken the class lead, Adam Sarver dropped to second place, he was less than a minute in ar-rears and Brian Maxwell held on in the third spot. Mark Cul-ver had retired from the race. Sixth lap, final lap and when the checkers flew it was Brandon Whitehead taking a nice class 9 win, Adam Sarver took second place honors, he was less than a minute behind the leader and Brian Maxwell was the third car to finish. The next class to race was Class 10, there were five of them entered but only two of them would complete their eight required laps. At the end . of their first lap it was Mike" Lapaglia showing the way, Tom Bjorstrom came along two minutes later in second place, Brandon Bailey ran third, Karl Scanlan was in fourth place and Roger Nale was running in the fifth spot. Second lap and the field had narrowed a lot, Tom Bjor-strom was now the class leader, Brandon Bailey was in second place and Roger Nale was in third place. Mike Lapaglia and Karl Scanlan were on their trailers. There were no pos1t1on changes on the third lap. Fourth lap ended and Tom Bjornstrom still led the class, Roger Nale was second but well back and Brandon Bailey was out of the race. There were no position changes for the rest of the Class 10 race and when the checkers flew it was Tom Bjor-strom taking the class win and Roger Nale took home th.e silver medal. Next up were the Class 11 contenders, there were four of them entered and two would make it for all their five re-quired laps. At the end of their first lap it was Mike Brenner in the class lead, Ruben Espinoza Jr. ran in the second spot, Neil Binggeli held down third place and Jorge Sierra was a no start: Second lap, Mike Brenner still led the class, Ruben Ez-pinoza Jr. held on in second place and Neil Binggeli was a loooon.g third after an almost Dusty Times

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Neil Binggeli was the big winner in the Class 11 contest, Neil ran in third place for four laps, took the lead on lap five and the Class win. four hour first lap. Third lap and Ruben Espi-noza Jr. was now in the lead, Mike Brenner dropped to sec-ond spot and Neil Binggeli remained in third place. There were no position changes on their fourth lap. Fifth lap ended, Neil Bing-geli came across the finish line for a really great win, Ruben Espinoza Jr. had an almost five hour last lap but soldiered on and took second place honors. Mike Brenner was unable to complete his last lap. The Class 1200 troops were next up, there were only two of them and both managed to fin-ish the required eight laps. At the end of their first lap it was Adolfo Aguilar in the lead and Phil Green running second. Second lap, both drivers were on top of their game and Aguilar continued to lead while Green remained in the second spot. There was only a few-seconds between them. Third lap and Aguilar con-tinued to lead, Green added 20 minutes to his lap time so he was now a long second place. leader. Class 1300 was up next, Tim Mccreary failed to start the race and the other Class 1300 entrant, Mark Valverde failed to finish his initial lap. So it goes! Class 1400, the Pro-Prerun-ner guys were next up, they had eight laps to run for their race. There were five of them entered and fully four made the required laps. At the end of their first lap it was Jason Rodriguez in the class lead, Al-len Byma ran in second place, Craig Gay held down third place, Nathan Creighton ran fourth and Kyle Bonamo was The Class 1200 win went to Adolfo Aguilar, he led all eight required laps and Adolfo had three quarters of an hour in hand at the checkers. in fifth place. Jason Rodriguez continued to lead on the second lap, Na-than Creighton moved up into second place, Kyle Bonamo was up two spots into third, Craig Day was running fourth and Allen Byma dropped to fifth. Third lap ended and Jason Rodriguez continued to lead the class, Nathan Creighton moved up into second place, Kyle Bonamo remained in third place, Allen Byman was running fourth and Craig Gay had disappeared from the scor-ing chart. There were no position changes for the remaining laps of their race and when the checkers flew it was Jason Rodriguez taking a really nice win, Nathan Creighton took the silver medal, Kyle Bonamo was the bronze medal winner and Allen Byma finished first off the podium. There were 14 trucks en-tered in the Sportsman Pre-runner contest, eight of them made their six required laps. At the end of their first lap it was David Hough leading the pack, Jason Hagle ran in second place, Clyde Ahrens ran in third spot, Gregg Zum-walt ran fourth and Jeff Shaw held down fifth place. Brett Sloppy was running sixth, Bill lsenhouer was seventh, Mike Bithell was in eighth place and Rich Hamp was in ninth place. Sean Julian and Tyson Bergholz failed to finish the first lap while Danny Freeman and Todd Arthur did not start the race. When their second lap end-ed it was Jason Cagle leading the pack, Jeff Shaw was hold-ing in second place, Brett Slop-py was up to third place, Bill Isenhouer ran fourth and Da-vid Hough fell to fifth place. Mike Bithell was up a few spots_ into sixth, Rich Hamp moved up into seventh place, Scott Wilson dropped to eighth place and Clyde Ahrens had major problems and dropped to the ninth spot. Gregg Zum-walt was on his trailer. Third lap, Jason Cagle still led the class, Jeff Shaw re-mained in second spot, Bill Isenhouer was now in third place, David Hough was fourth and Brett Sloppy dropped to fifth. Rich Hamp was in sixth place, Mike Bithell dropped to seventh, Scott Wilson re-mained in eighth place and Clyde Ahrens remained in ninth, Jason Cagle continued to lead the class on their fourth Continued 1n ,111 28 There were no position changes for the balance of the race, Adolfo Aguilar took the gold medal with ease, Phil Green was second in, he was some 50 minutes behind the The Pro Prerunner Class win went to Jason Rodriguez, he led all eight laps and had more than 50 minutes in hand when he took the flag . Jason Cagle was the Sportsman PreRunner Class winner, Jason led four of the five required laps for his gold medal. .. lights boring through the dark, Erik Harp took third place honors in David Herrera set fast lap on his first lap in Class 5/1600, fell off the Brian Maxwell was nothing if not regular, Brian ran in third place all the class 1 battle, he's seen here on his way to the checkers. pace for a while but came back to take third place honors. six required laps and took home the bronze medal in Class 9. Kyle Bonamo was a bit off the winning pace in Class 1400, he piloted David Hough set fast lap on his first lap, slowed a bit and ended up Steve Johnson ran second in Class 1600 for a few laps, dropped to his really good looking Toyota to a third place finish in Class. taking third place honors in the Class 1450 fracas. fourth but claimed a third place finish at the checkers. Dusty Times August 2010 Page 27

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Brett Sloppy was as high as third place but a long third lap dropped Kevin Graves, here setting up for a high speed right hander was the Ray Files had to settle for a fifth place finish in Class 1600, a terribly him into a fifth place finishing position in Class 1450. fourth place finisher in Class 1600. long sixth lap was of no help at all. lap, Jeff Shaw remained in second spot, David Hough was up a spot into third, Brett Sloppy was running fourth and Rich Hamp moved into fifth. Mike Bithell was in sixth place, Scott Wilson was now seventh and Clyde Ahrens was in eighth place. Bill lsenhouer was out of the race. Fifth and final lap, Jason Cagle came in for a very nice win, Jeff Shaw collected the silver medal, David Hough collected the bronze medal, Rich Hamp finished first off the podium and Brett Sloppy took fifth place honors. Sixth place went to Mike Bithell, Scott Wilson collected sev-enth place and Clyde Ahrens was the eighth and final fin-isher in the class. The Class 1500 troops were up next, there were two of them entered but only one would make it all the way. Ryan McNaughton was the class leader on the first lap, Megan Lopez was 33 seconds in arrears. Second lap ended and Me-gan Lopez was the leader, Ryan McNaughton was out of the race. The Class 1500 win went to Megan Lopez, Megan completed the five required laps in less than four hours, seen here at speed. For the remaining three chibald came along in third laps Megan turned nice con-just another 50 seconds back, sistenf lap times and happily Ben Abatti was in fourth took the checkered flag for place and Ray Files ran in the class win. fifth place. Kevin Graves was The Class 1600 troops were sixth and Miguel Cortez was next up, there were seven of in seventh spot. them entered and all of them Second lap, Luke was still made their eight required showing the way, Steve John-laps. At the end of their first son held on in second place, lap it was Luke McMillin lead-he was less than a minute in ing the class, Steve Johnson arrears, Ben Abatti was run-ran second, he.was 11 seconds ning third, Rob Archibald behind the leader, Rob Ar-dropped a spot into fourth ~O-a' SCORE Baja 1000PitSentce Supporting Baja Racers Since 1969 Let the MAG 7 Brotherhood help you In Baja/ HAG 7 Is the leading private pit organization In Baja, and we're ready to support your success in the upcoming SCORE Ba/a 1000. Full Service: MAG 7 crews will transpo,1 your spares to the pits and back and fill you during the race with your desired fuel (high-octane Of pre-mix) from dry-breaks, dump ca!)s, or jaZZ cans. Emergency Service: Already using BFG or Honda pits? Sign up with MAG 7 emergency support also to ensure you have helll WHEN and IIVHERE you need it We have more p~s located around ttre race course than anyone else. It's inexpensive insurance for a fast finish. We support all: ►Buggies ► Trucks ► Motorcydes ►Quads We Cover the Course: MAG 7 pits seem to be eve,ywhere! Located at 50-60 mile intervals up and down the racecourse. We'll be there when and where you need us. Mag 7 Pit Equipment: Alf Mag 7 pils are equipped wttll ► OryBreaks ► DumpCims ► We/«'r ► Shop Tools ► Expert Staff and Mechanics ► Multiple Race Radios ► Lubricants and Fluids ► Soda, Snacks, and Water ► First Aid Supplies Applications and prices are available at www,mag7rac;e,com Email: Page 28 August 2010 Luke McMillin led all eight laps in the Class 1600 fracas, but it wasn't a cakewalk, Luke has less than five minutes in hand at the flag. Bob Archibald was a bit off the winning pace, he ended up taking second place honors in the Class 1600 battle, here flyin' low. and Ray Files remained fifth. Kevin Graves remained sixth and Miguel Cortez was seventh. Third lap ended and Luke McMillin still led the class, Ben Abatti moved up into second spot, Rob Archibald moved up into third, Steve Johnson dropped to fourth place and Ray Files was fifth. Kevin Graves remained in the sixth spot and Miguel Cortez was seventh, he was suffering from an almost two hour lap. Fourth lap, halfway through the event and Luke McMillin still led the class, Rob Archibald moved up into the second position, Ben Abatti dropped a spot into third place, Steve John-son remained in fourth spot and Ray Files remained in fifth place. Kevin Graves and Miguel Cortez were still run-ning sixth and seventh. Luke McMillin still led the class at the conclusion of their fifth lap, Rob Archibald held on in the second spot, Ben Abatti held on in third place, Ray Files was up a spot into fourth and Steve John-son was running fifth. Graves and Cortez remained sixth and seventh. Their sixth lap ended and Luke McMillin was still show-ing the way, Rob Archibald remained in second spot, he was less than three -minutes in arrears, Ben Abatti ran third, he was another three minutes back, Steve Johnson moved up a spot into fourth and Kevin Graves was up into fifth place. Ray Files dropped to sixth spot and Miguel Cor-tez ran seventh. Class positions for their seventh and eighth lap were identical and when the checkers flew it was Luke McMillin taking a really great win, Rob Archibald claimed the silver medal for the class, Steve Johnson claimed the bronze medal, Kevin Graves finished first off the podium and Ray Files took fifth place hon-o'rs. Ben Abatti finished in sixth place after a horribly long seventh lap and Miguel Cortez was the seventh and final finisher in the class. Andrew Mcleon was the only entrant in C_lass 3000 but he failed to start the race. And so it ended, the next race on the MDR schedule is in Lucerne Valley on August 14th, see ya all there! ~ Dusty Times

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ROUND #J curt Geer Wins Limited Buggy By Homer Eubanks Devore, CA: The Glen Helen series presented its third round of racing on the second weekend in June, under gloomy, cloudy skies. But the en-try was up and the racing was fun and fun to watch. New dates have been an-nounced for the rest of the series. In an attempt to avoid date conflicts with other events, the Glen Helen folks have j uggled t hings around, so the next four dates will be July 11, Augu st 15, October 3 a n d November 7. As always, the audience seems to include old rac-ers who come out to enjoy a day of spectating. This time we saw Rick Sigloch and Eric Arras, old 5-1600 racers, wh o were there to watch their friend, Dave Anckner race in the same car theyid won seven races in, back in 1982. Another old racer was Rafael Navar-ro, who brought his young son, and a very old car, origin ally built by Pepe Rodriguez, to race in t h e limited b u ggy class. The first event of t h e af-Photos: Trackside Photo ternoon was for the Pilots. There were only three of them, and it was down to two fairly quickly as Jeff Hildebrandt came to a stop in the middle of Turn 1 on the first lap and had to be towed away. Steve Nelson, of Norco, led all the way, to take the win. Behind him Jerry Byerman, whois a paraplegic and has also lost some use of his hands, controls his vehicle with his hand velcroed to the steer in g knob. Heis new to racing, and determ ined to learn. Rino Navera was the only Pro lite Unlimited truck on the scene, he ran the first heat, waived the second heat, took the Class win. In their second heat Hil-debrandt didnit come out at all, his vehicle appar-ently not fixable, so it was once again a two car event. Nelson was once again the winner, with Hildebrandt in second place. The second race of the day was for a mixed bag of buggies and Baja Bugs, and since they had just one small truck, they started him about a minute be-hind them and let him have some fun working his way up through the pack. Todd Cunningham drove the Pro Short Course Lite truck, the only entrant in that class, and enjoyed the chance for some practice and fine tuning on the truck. Although he started about a minute back, he managed to lap the entire field, which didnit give him any arguments, and finished first each time. The group running with him was led by Blake Slat-er, of Fontana, in a hybrid Baja Bug with a 2.6 liter Subaru motor which actu-ally r uns as a C lass 1 car. Running second it was Ma-rio Bust a mo nte in a short course 5-1600 and then David Anckner in his des-ert 5/ 1600. John Alfonso r a n a s the only Class 12 b u ggy, but his motor went up in smoke on Lap 3 and after being towed away he didnit come out to race again. Slater tried hard to hold off Cunninghamis truck, but as he rounded a cor-ner on the fourth lap his driveris side door popped open, and he had to stop to deal with it, putting him a lap down to Cunningham. Meanwhile, Anckner was having trouble getting sec-ond gear, and Bustamonte ran serenely on. Cunningham got his laps done, to record a finish and win, and Bustamonte went on in good shape to lead Anckner to the end. When they came out for their second heat Slater had his door firmly shut and he went into the lead. Bustamonte was second a n d An ck n er r a n th i rd :• as Cunningham began to work his way up through the group. But the group shrank by one, as on the third lap Anckneris car 'just quit.' He later said he thought it was electrical. Meanwhile, Slater tried hard to stay with the truck, but was not quite able to. He spun in Turn 4 and lost some ground on the fifth lap, and then on lap eight he pulled off the track for a moment to check some-thing on the right rear of the car. That cost him a lap. Ultimately, Cun-ningham finished in good shape, and Bustamonte got another win. Slater also got a finish . The third race of the day was for the Pro Single Jay Halsey finished third in the first Pro Buggy Unlimited race, took the win in the In the Pilot/Odyssey/eta/ races, Tim Compton finished second in Race 1, took first sh Ort c Ours e b u gg ies, and ;;;se=c=o=n=d=h=e=a=t=a=n=d=th=a=t;;g::;a=v=e::;;h:::im=f,=irs=t=o=v;;;;e;ra~l=1 h=o=n=o=rs::.;=::;::;===::;;,"r;.;::;;===--=in=R=a=c=e=2=a=n=d::;w::a=s=a=w=a="=d=ed=th::e::o:::v=e=ra=t.=1 ::w::in::::fo::r:::th::e:::::;ct.i"a"'iss~.iiiiiiiiri. iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~,~~ t h e r e were e i g ht cars o n In the Kart 450 Modified races Bradley Morris took the win in the Gary Williams carded a pair of second place finishes in Limited In the Kart JR1 races it was Gage Nelson taking a pair of third place first race, second in the next race, overall position of first in class. Buggy, he took home the silver medal for his efforts. finishes which gave him second overall for the day. Page 30 August 2010 Dusty Times

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In the Prerunner Mini classification it was Bryant Layton taking the win in both races, seen here at speed. the track. They started all at once, and Gary Wil-liams, of Wildomar, CA pulled into the lead, fol-lowed by Odie Munoz, of Murrietta and Rafael Na-varro of Temecula. This was Navarrois first race in the buggy, but he ran a couple of seasons in Tro-phy Karts so wasnit en-tirely without racing ex-perience. Right after Turn· 1 Justin Davis, of Chino The gold medal award in Prerunner Full went to Steve Herrera, Steve won both races, he's seen here headin' for the checkers. Hills fell back and pulled off track for a while, and a bit later he left the race course all together. He had a carburetion problem that his crew couldnit solve. But Williams stayed in the lead, with Navarro up to second place, and Munoz third. Joe Eustaquio, of Moreno Valley, was having a problem and stopped on the third lap for a bit. The track workers gave him a push and he restarted his car, but decided it wasn't his day. The car had been dying in every corner, and then heid torn off a shock mount. Meanwhile, Williams continued to lead and Na-varro chased him. Rob-ert Lansing, of Riverside, gradually worked his way up to third, and then ran at a steady pace for a bit. But behind the· lead three Munoz and Jeff Barrett of Fountain Hills had a good battle going for several laps. Ultimately, Williams took the win, with Navarro second and Lansing third. The second heat of this group had only seven cars, because Eustaquio could-nit get his fixed. And Na-varro didnit get off the line at all. He did get the car started, but went back Continued on page 32 In the Kart JR2 conflicts we saw Parker Porter take a second and a Myles Cheek finished third and first in Kart 450 Modified, second It was a fourth and a third place finish in Pro Buggy Unlimited for third in the two races, giving him a second overall finish for the day. overall for the day. Myles also won Kart JR2 overall earlier in the day. Myan Spaccarelli, he finished third overall for the day. Dusty Times TTBEADLOCK SIMULATED B,L. .Jot:,.at• 1 7XB VV!f BEAOLOCK 1 SX 1 2 VW BEAOLOCK August 2010 NON BEADLOCK BEAOLOCK Page 31

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I t I • I l t I i i i I I l I ' i I I I I ' I l I l l I I I l to his pit. Meanwhile, Da-vis, his carb problem ap-parently solved, took the early lead with Williams in hot pursuit. Barrett ran third. Davis and Williams put on a terrific race and pushed so hard they built a big lead on the rest of the pack. Williams would catch Davis in the turns, but Davis could accelerate out faster each time. Bar-rett ran third, fending off a charge by Lansing. On the last lap Williams finally got by Davis in Turn three and he man-aged to hang on to the lead to take the win. At the finish line interview he said it 'was a helluva race!' Davis said this was his first time here, and he was 'coming back.' Heis a desert racer also, son of Kevin Davis. Barrett fin-ished a nice third, Lansing was fourth and Jim Si-zelove managed to squeak past Munoz to finish fifth on the last lap·. For the weekend it was Williams, Barrett and Lansing. The fourth race of the day was for the Pro Super short course buggies, and there were seven of them. They had a land rush start also, and one of them spun in a cloud of dust in the first turn. But they all came out of it all right, with Shaun Gibson, of Corona, in the lead. Greg Foster, Anaheim Hills, ran second and Steven Greinke, of Orange, was third. But on the second lap Gibson got too high on the berm in Turn 1 and high-centered himself. That left Foster and Gre-inke dueling for the lead . Now John Holmes, new to short course, and without any rear brakes, ran third. Scott McDowell, from Simi Valley, was struggling, his car not running well. On the fourth lap it was The UTV Unlimited win went to John Dempsey, he won both races and took first overall for the class, here at speed. Foster and Greinke out in front, and Holmes was third, as McDowell pulled off the track with a left rear flat. Foster and Gre-inke continued to battle for the next six or seven laps, as Holmes hung on to third place. But then on the twelfth lap Hol-mes stopped, with a right rear flat, and McDowell, whoid come back out a couple of laps down, also developed a flat, another left rear had gone down. (Heid had flats in practice also.) Foster took the win with Greinke second and Ken Schertzer, of Imperial Beach in third. The ~econd heat for the Pro Buggies had only six cars, because McDowell, apparently out of tires, didnit come out. At the green flag Gibson jumped into the lead with Foster chasing and Holmes in third. On the second lap Andy Alsobrook, of Te-hachapi, spun in Turn 4 and again in Tt:1rn 2, and fell way back. Gibson continued to lead and Foster chased him, while Holmes was trying to fend off a charge In the Powder Puff race it was Shelby Halsey taking the win, she's seen here on her way to the checkered flag. Doug Mittag easily beat his competition in the UTV SR1 battles, he won both races and went home with the gold medal. by Greinke. They battled that way for several laps, the two lead pairs build-ing a big space between themselves and the oth-ers. Alsobrook slowed way down, but kept movio.g, as Gibson kept fending off Foster. Then, on the last lap, Gibson pulled out, and Foster went on to take the win. It seems that Gib-son's car "got hot" and he pulled out to save the mo-tor. Greinke finished sec-ond, and Schertzer, with a steady race, moved into third. His car is a Hustler, built at Jesse Rodriguezis shop. He said it's the first new car he's ever had. In his finish line inter-view, Foster said heid been 'biding my time, hoping Shaun would make a mis-take. It was fun! A great race.' Holmes, who fin-ished fifth, said he'd bro-ken third and fourth gear, "but I learned a bunch!" The afternoon ended on a high note, the spectators cheering and applauding the exciting and enter-taining racing. With four more dates of competition, there's a lot of fun still ahead for the year. <E$) John Holmes took the Pro Buggy win in race #1, finished fifth in the second race, he was listed as second overall for the day. It was a so-so day for l J Kennedy, he took third in both limited Jeff Hildebrandt finished third and fourth in the Pilot/Odyssey races, Jim Sizelove had a kinda boring day, he finished fourth in both limited Buggy contests, third overall, seen here at speed. that gave him a third place finish overall for the day. Buggy races for a fourth overall finish for the day. In the Pilot/Odyssey battle it was Jose Enriquez taking a first and a Phil Bollman finished in seventh place in race 1, he was second in the Kevin Streety didn't have the best day, he was sixth in limited Buggy second place finish to give him a second overall finish for the day. next race and that gave him a fourth overall in Pro Buggy Unlimited. first race, fifth in the second race, he was fifth overall for the day. Page 32 August 2010 Dusty Times

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I~---_:_• I YERINGTON 300 Sam. Berri 1st in Class 1 · 1st overall By Troy Robinson Photos: Steve Brosz .. Nothin' new here, Sam Berri took the win in the Class 1 contest and Sam was the overall race winner as well. Sam Berri proved once again he is the king at Vorra by capturing yet another class and overall win in the stacked 65 car field at this years Yerington 300 desert race in Yerington Nv, just southeast of Reno, NV. The race course was traditional Yerington: fast, fast, fast with a couple of summits and a rough section I like to call "comfortably numb". I guess it's just the car set up I drive that makes it this way, some sportsman guys call the track fast with sections of rollers and rougher whoop sections. A busy Saturday as teams tried to pre-run in the morning then get downtown for tech and registration. Line up to an hour for registration is rare but that was the case as there was a very large turnout. Drivers meeting in the afternoon followed by a parade of race· cars up and down main street. A slightly different race format this year: Quads off the line at 6:30 am for 2 laps of competition followed at 9:00am for limited classes 9, 11 and UTV. This allowed those "slower" classes to be further ahead of the leading fast car than if they started behind all the faster cars. Pro & sportsman classes started at 10:00am with :30 intervals. It turns out the last car left the line at 10:27am and the first class 11 car completed the lap at 10:29am. Perfect timing. First car off the line was Clayton Scudder (211) followed by Rick Massie (24) and then Sam Berr-i (149). Sh a n ·n on Har we 11 ( 13 2) started 5th and was quickly up to the top two running but the dust and lack of Patrick Timmons had a nice race, he took the gold medal in the Class 10 contest, seen here at speed on the course . Matt Vaughan was the big winner in the Group T contest, seen here piloting his Toyota Tundra to the gold medal. wind forced him to hang back a bit. By check point 3 Berri was around Scudder and Massie and on his way to the class win. Running cons-istent lap times all under 57 minutes averaging 53 mph. It took Harwell a bit to get by Scudder then Massie but he did by the end of lap 1 and was running 2nd to_ Berri. That wouldn't last long for Harwell as just past visual A he broke an upper a arm and was out for the day. Massie would have some issues too. The truck pitched an axle out of the side cover and it took Pro Pit some time to McGyver some repairs and get them going good as new. But then the engine started running poorly and they fought fuel issues all the way to the end of 6 laps and were given the finish and 4th place despite~ being 7 minutes over the time limit. Meanwhile, Jeff Stiles (117) was running 3rd then up to second but dnf's also after 4 laps. Mike Viola (134) debuted his new single-seater and was havfng a good run and was running with a heavy heart. The Wednesday prior to the race the car didn't have a transmission in it and his mom was admitted to the hospital. By Friday she took a turn for the worse and passed away. Doing what they knew she would have wanted the Viola race team ran anyway and dedicated the 2nd place finish to his mom. Finishing 3rd place was Brian Read ( 10~) in his beautifully prepared black baja bug. Class 10 was off the Ii ne next and Patrick Timmons In the Class 8 battle it was Bruce Fields taking a really nice win, Bruce is seen here taking his Chevy to the checkers. In the Ultra 4 fracas at Yerington it was Brad Falin scoring the win, Brad is seen here at high speed heading for home. ( 1030) taking charge to the early lead. Newcomer to Vorra Alex Hall (1019) Not too bad a race for Mike Viola, he took second place honors in The silver medal in Class 10 was awarded to Red Team Racing, Mike Koenig and Troy Robinson had a pretty good day, they took Class 1 in his really good looking car. they're seen here at high speed on their way to the checkers. second place honors in the Group T contest, here taking the checkers. Page 34 August 2010 Dusty Times 7

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1 The silver medal in Class 8 went to Ron Swenson, Ron is seen here In the Ultra 4 race it was Tom Wayes taking second place honors, Robert Fessler was the recipient of the second place award in the Sportsman contest, seen her at speed in his white Bug. at high speed heading for the waving of the checkers. Tom is seen here at high speed on the course. and veteran Steve Bradford (1008) running 2nd and 3rd followed by Red Team Racing (1029), who was having issues with flats and faster traffic. Bradford dropped out after 1 lap and Hall and RTR were in a close race for 2nd chasing down Timmons. By lap 5 the race was still tight within 4 minutes advantage to RTR. At the finish line Timmons was the winner in clas~ and 3rd overall. His win was 32 minutes over 2nd place RTR who had 4 minutes in hand over Hall. Group T had another Vorra newcomer and the debut of the Total Chaos show truck Nathan McBride beat 13 other cars in the Sportsman Division for a great win, only four were still running at the checkers. Dave Oram was the only entry in the Class 9 contest, he motored around for his four laps and collected the gold star. The UTV contest only had two entrants, Dennis Jean easily took the gold mt!_dal, his competition disappeared on the first lap. It was a third place finish in the Class 1 contest for Brian Read, he's seen here flyin' low on his way to the finish. Dusty Times Richard Palasik took top honors in the Class 11 skirmish at Yerington, seen here in his tidy Bug on his way to the checkered flag. driven by shop owner Matt costing us some down time Vaughn (613). A truck in the that dropped us to 3rd in a works for over 10 years having 3-way fight for 2nd with Gary been to shows for the past 3 Dixon (7205) and SamCo years it was finally going to Racing (7272). SamCo was see competition. From the also debuting a brand new start Vaughn was a force to truck built by his company be reckoned with as he and and Dixon too is a Vorra myself driving the Koenig newcomer. When Mike took Racing (603) truck went door over the driving in 603 he to door exchanging the lead was running in 3rd place 14 for nearly 3 laps. We would minutes out of 2nd place have some minor issues Dixon and 5 minutes ahead of 3rd place SamCo. Mike hammered down and took the 2nd place on the last lap as Dixon would have some minor issues and SamCo put his new truck on it's side trying to catch Mike. At the checkers Vaughn had a commanding win in class and an incredible 2nd overall. Koenig racing not only finished 2nd in class but 5th overall as well. Dixon brought it home for 3rd and Continued on page 36 shop online t:m ~ ~ fX§1fl ~ l1iJJJJ) & *BLACK* red & blue -6 st $5.99 -8 st$6.99 -10 st $9.49 -12 st $10.99 ~ lI1J11fE13j) 20ft. Lenghts -6 20ft. $93.40 -8 20ft. $107.20 -10 20ft. $128.20 -12 20ft. $185.20 High Misalignment Adapters JMXT series Chromoly JMX8T $20.05 rt_" JMX10T $26.16 JMX12T $33.25 JMX14T $60.78 JMX16T $76.10 red & blue -6 45 $12.99 -8 45 $13.99 -10 45 $16.99 ----1245$21.84 red & blue 1-6 90 $12.99 -8 90 $14.99 J -10 90 $15.99 ------1290$21.84 Complete Line of ---® New Hampshire Ball Bearings. Inc. Weld-in Bungs ..... ll"1IIE-' PRECI ION II. KRACING PRODUCTS Ph 562-427-2375 2865 GUNDRY AVE. SIGNAL HILL, CA 90755 August 2010 Page 35 ,,.

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Gary Herrod was the winner of second place honors in the Class 11 A third place finish in the. Class 10 contest went to Alex Hall, he is Gary Dixon drove his Ford to the third place finish in the Group T run, Gary is seen here headin' for home in his Bug. seen here flyin' low towards the checkered flag. contest, he's seen here flyin' low across the tundra. SamCo 4th. Finishing 5th in class was Ben Phillips (6043) · who just didn't have the top end speed to run hard and had a driveline issues. Rounding out the finishers for sixth place was Scott Rodger (1411). In the heat of the battle I got into Scott's dust and gave him a tap as he went for the brakes, I them. Taking the lead on lap dr.opped out after 3 laps. pinched off the fuel line and 1 with the fastest lap of the Fields took the lead and but he was able to make the day in class was Keile Vierra never looked back pulling repairs and get going. Again (803) with Bruce Fields (858) more than and hour twenty Scott, sorry for the bump. running 2nd, Ron Swanson minutes over 2nd place at Thankfully the class S's (869) 3rd and the crowd the finish line. That 2nd started behind Group T with favorite Dodge power wagon place was to be Swenson with 6 trucks in the class. They of Gary Taylor (813) 4th. Taylor's Dodge finishing 3rd. would have kicked up a lot Vierra would have down Ultra 4. of dust trying to get around time on lap 2 and eventually Three trucks entered class ....... -------------------"------, ' 7 and it was Roger Cabellos (77 5) who took the lead on lap 2 and held on all the way to the finish. Cliff Cook (1734) started strong taking the lap 1 and fastest lap in class lead but had an exhaust manifold break slowing the truck and timing out after 5 laps. ~ Gary Taylor drove his really good looking Dodge Power Wagon to a Third finisher in the Ultra 4 contest was Kevin Yoder, Kevin is seen The bronze medal in the Sportsman class was awarded to Jason third place finish in Class 8, seen here at high speed. here heading for the sometimes elusive checkered flag. Sacks, Jason is seen here at speed on the course. IVAN ''IRONMAN'' STEWART RETIREMENT AUCTION I LIVE AND ONLINE SATURDAY AUGUST 28TH AT 10:30AM I ON-SITE PREVIEW AUGUST 26TH & 27TH 9 AM - 4 J>M 14402 BOND CRT • EL CAJON, CA 92020 1973 Plymouth Roadrunner, 1955 Chevy Bel Air, 1967 Mercury Pickup, Pro Truck R'ace Truck, Toyota Stadium Trophy Truck, Early 70's Chenowth Single Seat Buggy, 1970's Funco SSl Single Seat Buggy, Ford F350 Dually, 3x Toyota Tacoma Pickups, Gooseneck Race Trailer, Offroad Arcade Games, Shop Tools, Forklifts, Vintage "Garage" Signage & Equipment, TONS of Racing memorabilia ... DON'T MISS THIS ONCE IN A LIFETIME EVENT!!! PROTRUCK RACINO AND STEWART /STEWART RACINO BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WILL BE SOLD TO HIGHEST BIDDER AT AUCTION Page 36 Please contact McCormack Auction Co for details. $500 Cash Only Deposit required to bid. • 619-447-1196 August 2010 Dusty Times

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--~---··----,.;;-~-.,.---.,, 1~ SPORTSMAN AT ANTIGO CJ Greaves scores Well 1n· super Buggy By Mike Reusche A Weekend Full of Firsts and Repeat Winners Headline the TORC Sportsman Opener in Antigo Miah, Fitzgerald, & S. Beau-champ Go Back to Back, Mike Vanden Heuvel & CJ Greaves First Wins Kortens, Chernetski, Lear, Sticker Dude, First Career Podiums The opening weekend of the 2010 Traxxas TORC Series pre-sented by AMSOIL Sportsman Series took place at the Langlade County Fairgrounds in Antigo, Wisconsin. The site had hosted off-road races for twenty straight years before going silent in 2006. The event was promoted by area businessman Ronn Krueger and MORR (Midwest Off-Road Racing) lent a hand with the organizing of the event. This was the first TORC event under full control of USAC and if this event is an indication of the remainder of the season, short-course off-road racing in the Up-per Midwest is in great hands. When the registration trailer opened for business on Friday, r----------------, Excuse me! Todd Lemke on his way to a dnf in the Saturday race, he did recover on Sunday and took home the gold medal. John Fitzgerald (#314), Single Buggy Dual Winner does battle with Rob Kiner, they're almost wheel to wheel in this shot. Dusty Times Photos: J&L Photograaphy eighty racers signed up to tackle the ¾ mile long track that incor-porated the majority of the ½ mile clay circle track and a sec-tion of the infield. The course had a few high speed jumps and a lengthy rhythm section right down the middle of the infield. Whether you were driving a buggy or truck, the layout would offer unique challenges to every driver in the field. The weather the day before It was a really big win for Dale Chestnut as he swept to the win in the Classix in his really good looking Ford. was an indication of what to ex-pect the rest of the weekend. In-termittent showers would yield to bright sunshine all weekend long. With weather like this, a water truck was never needed. Because of the natural occur-ring moisture throughout the weekend, practice was cancelled for both days. Unfortunately the first group of racers each day also served as track driers for the rest of the competition. Round One The first group out on the track was the combined Classix and Formula 4x4 race. Both classes ran together, but for separate race and contingen-cy purses. The Formula 4x4 group saw Dave Miah in his red Bronco dominate the field with 2009 Class Champion Dave Demaagd coming in second. Meanwhile Dale Chestnut lead flag to flag as Eric Chernetski battled through the field for the runner-up spot. Next up was the Light Buggy race were seventeen drivers lined up two by two for the rolling start. Matt Gerald came from the back of the pack to win the season opener. While Greg Stingle out dueled Jeff Virnig for the second spot, as Virnig rounded out the podium. The V8 powered Enduro Trucks were next up. These are truly stock trucks with almost no performance modifications allowed. A strong group of ten racers made the lineup with Brent Smith grabbing the early lead and holding it all the way to the check-ered flag. Second place went to Brandon Rouse, and the final spot on the podium went to Matt Ives. 1600 Single Buggy came to race with twelve competitors, Some of the best drivers in the country compete at this class and Wisconsin's Mark Steinhardt and Nebraska's John Fitzgerald are no exception. These two drivers went head to head with Fitzgerald taking the win with Steinhardt in second. Round-ing out the top three was Lower Michigan's JeffVillemure. Many consider this next class Continued an page 38 l'lred OI It 11111 vacation rentals available in the exclusive Indian Wells country Club in the sunny Palm Springs area of southern California. Two or three bedrooms, furnished for your complete relaxation, and, if you are a glutton for punishment, play golf on either of two beautiful courses. FYI, wireless internet and long distance phones calls (USA) included. starting at 54,500 in season (January thru April) or $2,300 per month out of season. Call (?60) 345-6124 August 2010 Page 37

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-·-~-- --~ -~------.. . ... ... . • • •••••••I I I , I , ••I • • o I• o I ••• • I • I O O •IO I I•• I I Greg Stingle raced to a second place finish in the Round # 1 Single A mud spattered Dave Demaagd was the second place finisher Luke Zoetmulder had his first podium finish, he finished in third place Buggy contest, seen here just at touchdown. both days in Formula 4x4, he's doing what Jeeps were made to do/ in the second round, seen here saving tire wear. Jeff Villemure was the third place finisher in the Single Buggy contest, John Frana finished fourth in Round # 1 in his All Wheel Drive Honda Bob Klaus long hauled it from New Jersey to compete, he finished seen here just after takeoff. powered Super Buggy, here with all the power on. in third place in the first round, seen here at speed. the most competitive and en-tertaining class of the TORC Sportsman group, Super Stock Truck. All three domestic truck manufacturers are represented and five tire manufacturers can be seen keeping the 300+ HP machines pointed in the right di-rection. The Michigan's Upper Peninsula dominated the top Page 38 two spots as Scott Beauchamp's Chevy crossed the line in first, just ahead of his cousin Danny Beauchamp in a Ford. The Beau-champ families are key members of the Iron Mulisha, a group of off-road racers and fans from iron ore country of the Upper Peninsula. Third place went to the 2009 Mole Lake Cup win-ner, Illinois' Mitch Dorr. Super Buggy was next, as racers from all across North America came to see who is best. Competitors from five states and two Canadian provinces were represented in the starting line-up. Wisconsin's Scott Schwalbe got to the front after a couple of laps and held it all the way to the ww.robbyg August 2010 checkered flag. The fifteen year old, second generation racer, CJ Greaves, made his way through traffic to finish second, and New Jersey's Bob Klaus grabbed the final spot on the podium. The final race of the day was the combined Limited 2 (for-merly Super Truck); Limited 4 race with the V8 powered PRO-Lights added to the back of the field just to make things interest-ing for the fans. Al Drews was the only Limited 4 truck to enter the Antigo event, so the decision was made for Drews to come out with the other trucks to put on a good show for the fans. The three PRO-Lights were there for an exhibition/test Dusty Times

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.. -. . . Ron Schneider and Mike Vanden Heuvel duke it out in Round# 1, this Matt Ashauer has to be saying, #How the hell did I get into this Eric Ruppel is seen here in some duress, he went on to take a second was just some of the action in the limited 2 class. mess? Matt finished 12th and 9th in light Buggy. place finish in class at the Antigo meet. All of the Enduro Trucks are seen here taking the green flag to start Dan Baudox rolled in Round #1, He's seen here taking the checkered Mark Steinhardt was the second place finisher in the second round the Round 2 action at the Antigo meet. flag for the limited 2 win in Round #2. of Single Buggy, seen here in his really beautiful car. session to get the reconfigured trucks some track time before the PRO opener in Crandon. Shawn Morris was driving a Chevy Colorado, Ross Hoek was in his Ford Ranger, and Jenkins Brothers Racing debuted their Traxxis sponsored Ford Ranger. The three class c·ombo was extremely entertaining. On the first lap while making the tight right hand infield turn, Dan Baudoux rolls over and briefly catches fire. The damage is mi-nor but Baudoux had to wait until Sunday to start his season. After a complete restart, a battle raged for the entire fifteen laps between Mike Vanden Heuvel and Ron Schreiner. At the fin-ish it was Vanden Heuvel taking his first big truck win, with Sch-reiner second and new comer Michael Baker third. One of the concepts to assist Sportsman racers with the cost of racing is the "Performance of the Race" award. Each race during Round One a driver was chosen who drove a really great race. Sometimes it maybe the winner of the race, other times it can be someone that everyone noticed thanks to their driving performance. The Butch's Speed Shop "Per-formance of the Race" Winners for Round One were: Formula Scott Beauchamp (#820) toughs it out with Don Demeny (#885), Scott won both Super Stock actions at Antigo. Matt Gerald was the big winner in light Buggy in the first round, Matt is seen here at high speed as he heads for the checkers. Dusty Times · 4x4 - Dave Miah, Enduro Truck -Brandon Rouse, Light Buggy -Matt Gerald. Single Buggy -John Fitzgerald, Stock Truck -Nick Byng, Super Buggy -CJ Greaves, and Limited 2 -Mike Vanden Heuvel. About fifteen minutes after the final checkered flag had set-tled, Mother Nature decided to water the track. The rain didn't let up until late in the evening, making it an adventure for many preparing their vehicles for Sun-day's rounds of racing. Round Two Thanks to all the overnight rain, the first race of the day more of a survival test than an actual race. Once again Dave Miah took the win as Dave De-maegd followed him around for second place. Classix also had a repeat winner with Dale Chest-nut in first and Eric Chernetski a distant second. The large Light Buggy field had two first time podium fin-is hers. Almost immediately Todd Lemke grabbed the lead and held it all the way to the checkered flag. Bill Kortens fought his way to his career best finish with a second place fin-ish . .The same was true for third place finisher xxx Lear. The Enduro trucks had the three best looking trucks in the division land on the podium. Perennial hard charger Matt Ives took the win, as Round One win-ner Brandon Rouse was the run-ner up, and Tom Varner occu-pied the final podium position. The 1600 Single Buggy began as another Fitzgerald and Stein-hardt battle of the top spot. Just before the midpoint of the race, Steinhardt clipped a larger trac-tor tire that was used as a course Continued en p111 41 Fuel Safe brings you the All New Diamond Plate TOUGH CELL·™ Specially designed for Shop Online -Free Ground Shipping the Side-by-Side Utility Terrain Vehicle racing market! • SPECIALLY DESIGNED WITH A LOW CENTER OF GRAVITY • BOTTOM MOUNTING FLANGE MOUNTS TO BED OF TRUCK • LONGLASTING HIGH STRENGTH DIAMOND PLATE CONTAINER • PRO CELL® BLADDER KEEPS YOU AND YOUR FUEL SAFE AND SECURE 800-433-6524 Fuel Safe Systems, 1550 Kin wood Ave, Redmond OR 97756 Tel: 541-923-6005 Fax: 541-923-6600 August 2010 Page 39

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"Because of our legendary success both on-and off-road,· BFGoodrich Tires is uniquely qualified to offer a program like this to ·our racers," said Roberts Kukainis, motorsports manager, BFGoodrich Tires. "One thing we know at BFGo-odrich Tires is that those who race on our tires are all about fierce competition, and we expect this contingen cy pro-gram to become a race in itself among our SCCA racers." The 2010 SCCA N ation al Championship Runoffs will take place Sept. 20-26 at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis. More than 600 drivers will par-ticipate in the event, making it the country's largest amateur championship. Those who bolt on a set of BFGoodrich tires and display the required decals will be eligible for the contingency. "BFGoodrich Tires has definitely sweetened the pot for the ·track guys this sea-son," said Joel Lipperini, 2009 SCCA SSC class winner. "We are very passionate about rac-ing and winning - we aren't out here to get rich, we do it all for the excitement on the track. The chance to win champion-ships on the track and in the desert, in the same season, is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I've never raced in Baja, but you better believe that I'll be at the SCCA National C ham-pionsh ip Runoffs pushing my car, my tires and myself to the limit.". The SCCA Wide Open Ex-cursion contingency program is in addition to the current BFGoodrich Tires contingency program that offers SCCA Club Racing National drivers two BFGoodrich g-Force™ Rl™ tires for first place and one BFGoodrich g-Force Rl tire for second place. Eligible KING ---------0 FF -RO AD RACING SHOCl<S Page 40 classes. include AS, T2, T3, SSB and SSC. "Not only does this program set BFGoodrich Tires apart from the competition , but it also h o n o rs the 35th anni-versary of BFGoodrich Tires competition in SCORE lnter-}lational' s Baja races," added Kukainis. "To have the motor-sports legacy of BFGoodrich· Tires enables us to reward those who push the limits with an unforgettable opportunity." The 2010 Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 starts on Nov. 18 in Ensenada and will finish in La Paz, running the length of the Baja peninsula the week of Nov. 15-21. In 2010, BFGo-odrich Tires is commemorat-ing 35 years of winning grip and toughness with SCORE International in Baja racing. BFGoodrich Tires has won the overall four-wheel title in Baja 69 times and the overall SCORE Baja 1000 title 23 of the past 24 years, including a stretch of 20 consecutive victo-ries. More information about th e granddaddy of off-road races is available at Wide Open Excursions pro-vides "arrive and drive" seats for the SCORE Baja 1000, SCORE Baja 500 and for ad-venture tours. BFGoodrich tires have logged more than 4.5 million miles in Baja with Wide Open Excursions and the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/ A®KO tire and BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A®KM2 tire are exclusive tires for the BC race cars. More information on the Wide Open Excursions is available at Part of BFGoodrich Tires' g-Force T / A ultra-high p er-formance family of tires, the BFGoodrich g-Force Rl tire has been proven to be one second faster than the lead-ing competitor on a one-mile road course.* The g-Control™ sidewall inserts generate tre-mendous cornering force with excellent driver feedback and helps to lower drivers' lap times. The BFGoodrich g-Force R 1 tire can also be used at different wheel positions and rotated in both directions to maximize tread life for the most possible laps at the race track. Using motorsports as a proving ground for more than 35 years, BFGoodrich® Tires is involved in every type of rac-ing, including oval, sports car, drifting, drag, desert, dirt, ral-ly and extreme rock crawling. BFGoodrich Tires combines technological expertise with vast motorsports experience, delivering a high-performance tire for every type of vehicle. Visit BFGoodrich Tires at www. B FGoodrich BFGoodrich Tires' enthu-siasm has extended on-line as well, with a gathering place for auto enthusiasts to up-grade their passion for driving through Nation of GO, where people can celebrate and share what they love to do best at (J)BEAR We earl} a full line of V--11-----FILTERMAG-~~~ August 2010 BFGoodrich® Tires Takes a Drive on the W ild Side W ith Bolt On Ad Campaign Launch Performance ch aracteris-tics of the an im al kingdom mirror the grip, acceleration and toughness of BFGoodrich Tires. What does a pneumat-ic wrench, a window washer and a tree frog have in com-mon? Launching today, BFGo-odrich® Tires' new national advertising campaign will an-swer that question. While the company hopes this campaign will have consumers "jumping" into stores to purchase a new set of tires, it is not the rea-son they are showcasing a tree frog. Instead, the company is focusing on the characteristics of the amphibian to illustrate the grip of new set of BFGo-odrich tires. Other animal metaphor s throughout the campaign will bring the company's message home, enabling consumers to understand just how easy it is to bolt on grip, acceleration and toughness to their vehicles. This national broadcast, print and online advertising campaign heralds a new ap-proach for BFGoodrich Tires, providing consumers with a series of unconventional and obviously fictitious situations to help clearly visualize key tire benefits. The campaign il-lustrates that while consumers cannot literally bolt on a chee-tah's "legs" for acceleration or Dusty Times

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a tree frog's "hands" for grip, they can achieve the grip, accel-eration and toughness for their vehicles by simply bolting on a set of BFGoodrich tires. "Although not all consumers aspire to be race car drivers, rally pros or drifting champi-ons, they can get a more ex-hilarating driving experience by owning tires with the same at-tributes of those used by these driving experts," said Tom Ju-pena, marketing communica-tions manager for BFGoodrich Tires. Among the BFGoodrich Tires' records and accolades touted in the advertising: Grip: The first street tire to pull a lg turn Acceleration: The first street tire to run a sub-eight second quarter mile Toughness: 20 straight SCORE Baja 1000 victories While the animal kingdom captured the spotlight for this campaign, it was supported by two stars in the automotive world. Both are members of BFGoodrich Tires' TeamBFG program, a diverse coalition of auto enthusiasts who share BFGoodrich Tires' passion for motorsports. Two-time For-mula Drift champion Samuel Hubinette did the stunt driving for the spots and Rally pro Lars Wolfe provided technical and special counsel. The vehicles featured in the ads include a Ford Mustang GT with BFGo-odrich g-Force™ Super Sport A/S tires and a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution with BFGo-odrich g-Force Super Sport A/S tires. The BFGoodrich Tires team led the development of the new campaign in cooperation with a senior level team from The Martin Agency, located in Richmond, VA. The new campaign features a media plan that includes a variety of televi-sion, print and Internet adver-tising mediums. Online and television adver-tising featuring the tree frog metaphor will launch on July 14. This first television spot will also be introduced on BF-Goodrich Tires' Facebook page and YouTube channel. Print versions of the tree frog will begin appearing in September issues. Cheetah and "tough-ness" print ads will get rotated in later in the year. Dealers are also supporting the campaign with point-of-sale materials and advertising materials designed to extend and enhance their own local marketing plans. Using motorsports as a prov-ing ground for more than 35 years, BFGoodrich® Tires is involved in every type of rac-ing, including oval, sports car, drifting, drag, desert, dirt, rally and extreme rock crawling. BF-Goodrich Tires combines tech-nological expertise with vast motorsports experience, deliv-ering a high-performance tire for every type of vehicle. Visit BFGoodrich Tires at BFGoodrich Tires' enthu-siasm has extended on-line as well, with a gathering place for auto enthusiasts to up-grade their passion for driv-ing through Nation of GO, where people can celebrate and share what they love to do best at Dusty Times CHECKERS NEWSLETTER El Chinero CHECKERS CHATTER The "1000" pit meeting will be close to Contingency. Stop by for a beverage. Chris Wilson snagged (even) more ink for his win at NORRA in a borrowed racing vehicle. Check out four-wheel drive and Bronco mags. CLUB CAREERS -One of a series SAGGED OUT -Several of our Checkers are card-car-rying members of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG): Steve Luport and Malcolm Bryce. To name two. No, they don't get to emote in "Hamlet" and they NEVER get the girl; these are the dirty-hands-men-behind-that-curtain. Malcolm is a studio light-ing tech, a "gaffer", whose resume reads from '84 on productions such as "24" and "Titanic". He even "SAG-ed" as a "Driver"; how apt. Bryce runs a Jim Moulton "12" car -the chassis specially formed to contain his towering, Jovian stature. "I'm a Chief Lighting Tech, and my company is "Light'n Up Studio Lighting Services" -lighting , grips, and "Honda of North Hollywood" (?) gen-erator rentals. My first day in the biz was "Ghostbusters"; bigger shows were "Goonies", "Batman 3", "Lethal Mel Gib-son 3", "Christmas Vacation", and "Vegas Vacation". That was a wild three months. On "Titanic", in Baja, 'Pro-duction' had us work Thanks-giving; not too happy about that so the crew went into Ro-sarito for a little tequila holi-day. The next morning wasn't pretty; I had to be driven to the set in the attire that I had on prior. I ended up hiding in the set next to where ("James") Cameron (not "Steele") was shooting, lubricated the Ti-tanic for several hours with the remains of Mexican spirits -just wanted to die right, luck-ily the powers-that-be never knew a thing." RECENT EVENTS . CHICKEN MEETING -2010-07-14 Checkers meeting at the "Screaming Chicken" was reported to be a cackling suc-cess, i.e., it did not lay an egg, although many members crowed they did have to cross the road. M.O.R.E. Freedom 250 -2010-07-18 -Seven 34-mile Loops -Barstow RACERS 12 Entries, 10 Starters, 8 Finishers, 4 Winners: Andrew Neal -Class 1600 -1st Place / 3rd OA (Kudos) Billy Robertson -Class 11 -3rd Place Bob Jordan DNS -Unprepared Brad Barron / Randy Spahr -Class 10 -DNF -GBX Chris Anderson -Class 11 -1st Place / OA Protes-tor (What would the Wahzoo say?} Jeff Dohrman (SO I) -Class 1300 Rubberband -"Worlds' Most Remote Dip Stick" -1st Place Jeremy Stafford -Class 12 -1st Place Justin Johnson -Class 9 -3rd Place Ken Tapert / Gary Stairs -Class 1600 -4th Place Lee Finke -Class 1 -5th Place Stuart Chase -Class 1 -DNS -Ring y Pinyan Willy Beruman -Class 5 -DNF -Timed Out PIT NUMBERS The Prez unsubstantially-reported "over fifty Checkers on site". It was said that some even worked, but that is, of course, only a rumor. " ... COME '11"' Many Checkers of the long-time rank-and-John-Files type questioned Billy R's sanity: "WTF you doin' in a### '11 '? Have you lost your mind?" Some thought that Bill might have digitally-stuttered when he entered as "Class 1" and ended up with "Class 11 ". (Or "Class 111" -yet a new Sal class?) BR has been drafted by Bruce Conrad, Matt "F&L" Cullen, and Juan Avila to campaign the La Paz "Mil" in a high-grade "Once": "Once a King (Dave H.) always a King, Once a Knight's enough". The gang did a Driver Famil-iarization in their keen VW and waltzed around Barstow with impunity, passing "7s", "9s", and the like, to Third Place out of five starting Fin-ishers. "Onward ever, back-wards never." -Dingus PITS Main -Milo Brown, Captain Pit 1 -Martin Gill, Newbie Captain Mike McClintock "Windy" Dwight Farell Eric Record (LV SOI) Bobbo Jordan Dom Picone (SOI) Pit 2 -Art Velasco, Sr. , Captain Art Velasco, Jr. Austin Wulstein (New Checker, Gary Bates' grandson) Bob Wright Brian Potts Chad Cummings Dave "Pizza Man" Shell Gary Bates Jimmy Hook Josh Gilliam Lou Peralta Mike Wright Ralph Potts Ricky Lopez Tommy Dittfeld Sup-er-Secret Pit -Unk Captain Joe Btfsplk Radio Relay -Jim Gregory (or Tom Jeremiah) Reported to have been without peer, faultless, uncompromised. Summary For the "1000" The Check-ers promise to be on top of their game, including Larki (Oops, we overran the maxi-mum allowable word limit.) August 2010 TORC at Antigo from p11139 . marker while coming through Turn One. The buggy went in to a spectacular double barrel roll ending with Steiny's buggy defi-nitely worse for the wear. Gladly Mark was able to walk away from the incident. Meanwhile John Fitzgerald took another win, as Mike Seefeldt rebounded from a poor start the day before to finish second, as another Upper Peninsula racer, Brad Erickson came across the line in third. Speaking of Michigan's Up-per Peninsula, Scott Beauchamp did it again; the Iron Mulisha member grabbed the lead by lap three and was never challenged. Eric Ruppel tried to smoke the competition for a second day in a row as his transmission gradu-ally melted down; nevertheless the former class champion took a well deserved runner-up fin-ish. Third place finisher Don Demeny barely made the start of the race. Overnight he repaired a driveline issue, rebuilt part of his engine, and just after breakfast the crew had to make a transmission change. The never give up attitude of his family and friends paid off with a spot on the podium. Super Buggy came down to another shootout between Scott Schwalbe and CJ Greaves, but this time Greaves was first to cross the finish line. This was the teenager's first career short course win. Scott Schwalbe took the second spot as Luke "The Sticker Dude" Zoetmulder fin-ished in third. This was a career best finish for "The Sticker Dude." Light rain had begun to fall during the Super Buggy race, but by the time the final event of the weekend was ready to start it was a serious downpour. The com-bined Limited 2 and PRO-Light finally was another survival test. The polesitter Dan Baudoux (thanks to last place finish in Round One) dominated, with all his competition behind him battling the track conditions, the "Rocketman" cruised to vic-tory. Rhonda Konitzer crossed the finish in second, and Round One winner Mike Vanden Heu-vel rounded out the top three. Just as the final race of the weekend was complete, the rain stopped and the sun came out, a perfect ending to the opening weekend of Sportsman racing in the TORC Series. New for 2010 USAC is stream-ing all TORC events live on their website: http://www.usacracing. com/usac_live/usac_live_main and every round of racing will be archived online for viewing at anytime during the year. The traveling off-road show stops at the "Big House" June 19-20 in Crandon, Wisconsin. The Traxxas TORC Series pre-sented by AMSOIL will be host-ing the opening rounds of the PRO series as well as rounds 3 & 4 of the Sportsman series. The opening weekend of Sportsman racing for the TORC series was a big hit with the racers, fans, and the local com-munity. The last few months saw several groups (MORR, TORC, and USAC) concerned with state of Midwest off-road racing, working together to cre-ate a larger, stronger form of motorsports. The first public signs of the efforts were evident at the weekend of racing in An-tigo, Wisconsin. Look for more Sportsman off-road racers to be back racing when the TORC Se-ries make its next stop in Cran-don, Wisconsin. '7""'c:!II~ Page·41

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For more information, contact: sales@fuelsafe. com or Fuel Safe Systems, 1550 NE Kingwood Ave. Redmond, OR 977 56 Ph: 800-433-6524 / 541-923-6005. . T ORC SPORTSMAN -The organization behind Bark River International Off-Road Raceway, one of the most established short course off-road races in North America, the Bark River Lions Club is contributing $5,000 to the end of the year championship points fund for the Sportsman racers of the Traxxas TORC Series p'resented by AMSOIL. Since 1976, the UP Off-Road 100 has gone through many changes, but year after year the racers, the campers, the spectators, and the television crews keep coming back in record numbers to this iconic facility. The two events are not only a part of the economic fiber in Bark River, but all of Delta County Michigan. The Bark River Lions Club and the 350 volunteers use the two weekends of racing as their primary fund raisers. The money collected is used to assist in various national, regional, and local projects, including the Michigan Eye Bank, the Bay Cliff Health Camp, and the Bark River Township Sports Complex. "Sometimes I don't think the racing community realizes how much their presence at our two race events means to our community," noted Lion Club member Gary Lantagne. "Our contribution back to the Sportsman racers is just our way of thanks to all that support our efforts. In the past year we saw the MORR group working hard to keep the Sportsman racers coming back to our facility as well as all the races on the TORC schedule. As a representative of the Bark River community we appreciate the efforts." The second visit from the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL to Bark River International Off-Road Raceway will be August 13-15. The PRO "Superstars" of Off-Road racing will be in attendance as well as the Sportsman "Stars of Tomorrow" will be in full force. The Boss Snow Plow Island Resort & Casino UP Off-Road 100 begins with Friday afternoon practice sessions with racing all day Saturday and Sunday, along with live music on the "Hill" each night. PRI TRADE SHOW -Off-Road Racing Industry Entrepreneurs Find Hardcore Racing Parts & Profit Opportunities. For the business side of off-road racing, off-road entrepreneurs won't find a bigger, better hardcore racing, trade-only show than the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show, celebrating its 23rd year in December, 2010, as the place where the racing industry goes to get up to speed. Retailers of off-road racing components, engine builders for off-road racers and professional race teams know this show well. It has the latest racing components from 1,100 racing industry suppliers on display in 3,200 booths in Orlando. In short, the PRI Trade Show is massive. From engine components to chassis parts, off-road brand names regularly seen in the pages of Dusty Times, such as Fuel Safe, Lucas Oil, ATL, Coast Fabrication, CP Pistons, The Brake Man, Mickey Thompson Tires and more, will be found in Orlando when the three-day PRI Trade Show opens on Thursday, December 9. Nearly 40,000 racing business people from all 50 states, and 65 countries, are converging in the North/South Building of the Orange County Convention Center for the PRI Trade Show. It's a great place to catch up on the latest racing technology and up-and-coming companies in racing that may provide tomorrow's solutions to off-road racing technical challenges today. In addition to components, you'll find over 100 supplier of precision machining equipment for engine and chassis components. It's a race engine builder's paradise! With literally thousands of new racing components on display, the event is widely viewed as the three biggest business days in auto racing. "All the hot new parts and advanced racing technolo~ that will be winning races in 2011, including off-road races, will get their debut at the PRI Trade Show," said Steve Lewis, producer of the event. "Tens of thousands of buyers representing racing retail stores, race engine builders, race car builders, and other racing businesses come to the PRI Trade Show every year to shop, make purchase decisions, then have these new racing products in stock for .the start of the 2011 racing season. "In addition, professional race teams and motorsport engineers take advantage of the fact that the entire racing industry is one place at one time to review all the advances in racing technology," continued Lewis. "If you make your living in auto racing, the PRI Trade Show is a 'must attend' event." Lewis also noted that new negotiations resulted in significantly lower hotel room rates for 2010, with many of the regular Show hotels dropping their prices by as much as 20 percent. Hotel room start at $66 per night. Congress of the International Council of Motorsport Sciences - A major new event for the 2010 PRI Trade Show is the Annual Congress of the International Council of Motorsport Sciences (ICMS), one of the prem\er race safety organizations in the world. The !CMS is an association of medical professionals, scientific, motorsports health personnel and other interested persons concerned with the improvement in performance and safety in racing. The organization is based in Indianapolis. The,2010 Annual Congress of the !CMS will take place Tuesday and Wednesday. Industry Roundtable, Moderated by Jeff Hammond -Hundreds of racing businesspeople attend this event every year to hear a distinguished panel of racing experts from diverse segments of the sport share their insights about the challenges we face, important trends and future prospects. It's an intense and open discussion, with a lot of fun along the way. The Roundtable starts at 1:30 p.m., Wedn~sday, December 8.· No charge for attendees with credentials. Grand Opening Breakfast, Featuring Dave Despain - A great racing industry tradition, thousands of racing entrepreneurs gather for this special, kick-off event. Just as he did last year before an overflow crowd, TV race commentator Dave Despain and his special guests will entertain with colorful racing stories and insightful commentary. Plus, there's a hot and tasty breakfast. This is going to be fun! The Breakfast starts at 8:00 a.m., Thursday, December 9. No charge for attendees with credentials. PRI Happy Hour - After working the exhibit aisles on the first day of the PRI Trade Show, thousand of buyers and exhibitors will stop by the front lobby of the Convention Center to mix and mingle with their industry friends. PRI provides the cold refreshments and the appetizers. It's a great time for all, and there's no charge! Bobby Rahal's Road Racing Drivers Symposium - Does it get any better than this? Bobby Rahal, who won the Indy 500 _both as a 'driver and a team owner, returns with this Symposium offering insider tips for drivers in all forms of motorsports to stay on track for a successful career in racing. Additional speakers will touch on a variety of subjects, including key skills a driver needs to develop off the track. It will be held from 9:00 a.m. to noon, Saturday, December 11. No charge for attendees with credentials. Management Seminars -There's no better place for racing entrepreneurs to get proven, practical advice for their businesses than the PRI Management Seminars. Topics include, "Keeping the Family Business In the Family;" "Internet Business Strategies;" "Promoting to Win;" "How to Profit From Fanwear;" "Tapping Into the Micro Sprint Market" and more. They'll be held from 8 to 9 a.m., Friday and Saturday, December 10, 11. No charge for attendees with credentials. For more information, go to tradeshow. Or, call 949/499-5413. To reserve a room, contact the PRI Travel & Housing Department at 949/ 499-2044 or go to the PRI Trade Show website to reserve rooms online. Page 46 August 2010 Dusty Times

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