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Join date : 2011-05-17

PostSubject: RENEGADE RACING 6/18   June 7th 2011, 6:28 pm

June 18th 2011 the RENEGADE RACING ASSOCIATION will be in action at Thompson Raceway Park in Thompson, Oh. The series caters to street-type vehicles with 2 ‘Heads-up’ style index classes and 1 ‘Heads-up’ class pitting drag radial tires vs true 10 inch tires. The RENEGADE RACING ASSOCIATION has grown in popularity with both fans and its competitors due to its close 'Heads-up style' racing and the excitement of street racing [though now held at the track]. The June 18th race is held in conjunction with TRP's normal bracket racing program.

The Shearer-Fab 8.90 index and the RENEGADE 10.50 index classes are for street-type vehicle [domestic and metric] with no tire restrictions and no 'bracket type' electronics permitted, bringing driver skill and hands-on fine tuning back into index racing.

The Street Lethal Performance OUTLAW LIMITED STREET is the home of big horsepower and little tires competing in an 1/8 mile format, pitting nitrous vs. turbo vs. supercharged in a first to the finish battle.

Series supporters include Ultra Tech Racecars, Goodyear, TI Dyno, Skippy Did It Race Cars, Johnboy Photography, Abruzzi Racing Transmissions, Chumley Motorsports, CP Auto Graphics, Burt Brown Racing Transmissions, Quarter Mile Finish, EZ Plate Systems, Mickey Thompson Tires, Shearer-Fabrications, and Street Lethal Performance.

For additional details and more information check out renegaderacingassociation.com

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PostSubject: Re: RENEGADE RACING 6/18   June 7th 2011, 7:13 pm

Tom, our club has set up 6 times this year to visit, and race, at different tracks in the local area. This Saturday, the 18th, will be our first club race and it will be at Thompson. We tried to set it up this way since some of the club members race in the Renegade Racing series. Looking forward to the race and seeing you again.

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PostSubject: Re: RENEGADE RACING 6/18   June 7th 2011, 7:19 pm

Tell em us "Billies from Pa." are a coming !!!!
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PostSubject: Re: RENEGADE RACING 6/18   June 7th 2011, 8:13 pm

See you there Tom, hopefully mother nature is more kind this time around...
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Join date : 2011-05-17

PostSubject: Re: RENEGADE RACING 6/18   June 15th 2011, 10:22 am


Remember we have some awesome bonuses awaiting...

Skippy Did It Race Cars - GOODY'S

TI Dyno - 10.50 No. 1 Qualifier Cash
AshtabulaRACING.com - 10.50 'Assassin' Cash

Chumley Motorsports - 8.90 No. 1 Qualifier Cash
Burt Brown Racing Transmissions - 8.90 Fast Reacting Challenge
AshtabulaRACING.com - 8.90 'Assassin' Cash

UltraTECH Racecars - Street Lethal Performance OLS No. 1 Qualifier Cash

Johnboy Photography - Winner and Runner-up Photos

and more
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PostSubject: Re: RENEGADE RACING 6/18   June 16th 2011, 11:26 am

This Saturday, Renegade Racing Program (see there website: renegaderacing.com) Plus regular Bracket Racing. Weather forcast is perfect. Gates open at 11:00am, Racing at 4:00pm.
Only $12.00, includes free parking and pit pass as usual. Thanks for you continued support.
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PostSubject: Re: RENEGADE RACING 6/18   June 22nd 2011, 9:31 am

First off, thanks to all the racers, all the fans, and the people that helped make this race happen...

Let's get down to the racing highlights for the Renegade 10.50 class first:

We had 18 cars trying for the 16 spots - The TI Dyno #1 Qualifier was Mike Walker with a strong 10.507, our next 4 qualifiers were nipping at his heels all with qualifying times 10.55 or better. Skippy Stone (Skippy Did It Racecars) anchored the 16th spot with a 11.12. Each rounds competition got stronger and stronger as eliminations wore on, making it to the semi-finals were Ed Richardson, Will Carroll, Lee Leppert and Mike Walker. It came down to Will Carroll and Mike Walker in the final round with Mike Walker claiming the victory with a 10.50 to losing 10.49 by Will Carroll. Mike also claimed a bonus put up by Skippy Did It Racecars to the winner of this seasons first race, he unfortunately did miss out on claiming the bounty put up by ashtabularacing.com by not placing the AR decal on his car prior to the race. Goodyears "Last Man Standing" award went to Jimmy Pelcarsky for being the last car in the 10.50 class running Goodyear drive tires.

Shearer-Fab 8.90

The field consisted of 12 tightly grouped cars and when the qualifying dust settled the Chumley Motorsports #1 Qualifier was Jim Getsy in his 1964 Corvette with an 8.95. Al Matuska will be awarded the Ashtabularacing.com "Assassin" bounty placed on the #1 qualifier. Eliminations were fast and furious with several tight races being declared by thousandths of a second, the semi-finalists were Big Charlie Moore, Al Matuska, Bob Getsy, and Walt Masilunas in his ultra-sanitary '71 Camaro. In the end, it came down to Big Charlie Moore and Al Matuska battling it out for the Shearer-Fab 8.90 final. The spectacular finale was decided by just .005 of a second with the victory going to Al Matuska, Al also captured the Burt Brown Racing Transmission "Fast Reacting Challange" with the better reaction time in the final. Goodyears "Last Man Standing" award went to Paul Suloff for being the last car in the 8.90 class running Goodyear drive tires.

Street Lethal Performance Outlaw Limited Street

Even though the car count was light the action was not!!! The Street Lethal Performance OLS cars wowed the spectators with some crazy displays of raw horsepower on a small tire. The Ultratech Racecars #1 Qualifier was Don Turner in his nitrous-fed Big Chief headed big block Camaro running a 5.20. The eliminations boiled down to a pair of nitrous-fed machines (one of them was an AMC!!) versus the turbo-charged entry of Wes Blankenship. Unfortunately the final was a bye run due to mechanical issues on Blankenship's Camaro, but Don Turner put on a great show sneaking up on his tune-up with a 5.11 final round pass.

Congratulations to all our racers!!! We are looking forward to seeing EVERYONE July 3rd at Thompson Raceway Park!!!! Thanks to Jim Curtis and his staff for having us at the track!!!

We would also like to thank all of our great sponsors who help make this series go!!!
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