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mark g
04-17-2007, 10:27 AM
2007 USRA National Championships
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
1/32 F1 Eurosport - 14 Entries
Racing on Gerding Flat Track

Qualifiing

1. Gugu 3.2075
2. Brian Saunder 3.2935
3. William Burnside 3.428
4. Herman James 3.4712
5. Jason Greene 3.4803
6. James Grinstead 3.5285
7. Jonathan Forsyth 3.5506
8. Greg Gilbert 3.5680
9. Fred Hood 3.5800
10. Jim Stinnett 3.5916
11. Chris Radisich 3.6145
12. Zac Grinstead 3.7540
13. Ron Van wagnen 3.7690
14. Mike Clark 4.1101

B Main

1. Chris Radisich 629-7
2. Greg Gilbert 629-3
3. Fred Hood 627-6
4. Jim Stinnett 587-5
5. Zac Grinstead 573-10
6. Mike Clark 476-6
7. Ron Van Wagnen 463-0ff track

A Main

1. Brian Saunders 662
2. Gugu 660
3. Jonathan Forsyth 633
4. Jason Greene 620
5. William Burnside 614
6. Herman James 598
7. James Grinstead 476

Overall Results

http://www.oldweirdherald.com/photos/albums/2007USRA_Scale_Nats/P4172737_002_edited_1.sized.jpg

1. Brian Saunders
2. Gugu
3. Jonathan Forsyth
4. Chris Radisich
5. Greg Gilbert
6. Fred Hood
7. Jason Greene
8. William Burnside
9. Herman James
10. Jim Stinnett
11. Zac Grinstead
12. Mike Clark
13. James Grinstead
14. Ron Van Wagnen

2007 USRA Scale Nats Photo Gallery - CLICK HERE (http://www.oldweirdherald.com/photos/gallery/2007USRA_Scale_Nats)

RollinI
04-17-2007, 12:32 PM
Overall finish

1.Brian Saunders
2.Gugu
3. Jonathan Forsyth
4.Chris Radisich
5.William Burnside
6.Fred Hood
7.Jason Greene
8.William Burnside
9.Herman James
10.Jim Stinnett
11.Zac Grinstead
12.Mike Clark
13.James Grinstead
14.Ron Van wagnen


I knew William was one heckuva driver .... but to finish 5th and 8th at the Nats is amazing! :p :D ;)

delboy
04-17-2007, 01:13 PM
The "Arms" salutes the Short one.

oldweirdherald
04-17-2007, 01:31 PM
I knew William was one heckuva driver .... but to finish 5th and 8th at the Nats is amazing! :p :D ;)

Apparently William must have been a rider on Greg Gilbert's lane - or maybe they just look too much alike. ;)

I figured it out and fixed it - Greg Gilbert was 5th.

Eurosports are a multi-main format, so the overall finish is just a combined summary of the semi's.

PK - aka "Mom"

RollinI
04-17-2007, 01:35 PM
Apparently William must have been a rider on Greg Gilbert's lane - or maybe they just look too much alike. ;)

I figured it out and fixed it - Greg Gilbert was 5th.

Eurosports are a multi-main format, so the overall finish is just a combined summary of the semi's.

PK - aka "Mom"


Thanks.

I was just poking a little fun at William.

RI

usraprez
04-17-2007, 01:59 PM
whoa...the old weird dude himself! Mr. K. (No Roman, not you!) I gotta say thanks for having the board around for us to talk toy cars.

Enough thread drift.

Thanks for fixing Mark's typo. I'm sure he's quite busy. And I appreciate him taking a moment for updates.

Woody-England
04-17-2007, 04:39 PM
Nice one Shorty, go get 'em in Euro.

Woody

Bill from NH
04-17-2007, 06:53 PM
Who deserves credit for posting all the race photos, with captions? Nice job!:D :D

mark g
04-17-2007, 07:49 PM
Go's to Tony Moore and Jim Grinstead. Both Great people,Very helpful and both very friendly! Lou and I Thank them for there help!


Oh yeh, some of the blurry one's are mine, but I've since put my camera away;)

STUPIDFAST
04-18-2007, 10:29 AM
:D I returned from the USRA Scale Nat's late last Night. I arrived Monday evening and was there for F-1 and 1/32 Euro races on Tuesday. It was a pleasure to hang out with all the scale racers that attended the 2007 USRA Scale Nat's. I had a great time there and after watching the F-1 and 1/32 Euro events I have a burning desire to pull the trigger on one of these incrediable slotcars. Congratulations to Brian and Greg on your Nat' Wins and GuGu For TQ's in both Classes.

Here is a link to some photos I took of the event
http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slideshow.jsp?mode=fromshare&Uc=188w2gcl.2l8tc33h&Uy=85vdxv&Ux=1

Skinner :D :D