Race Car Restoration {the ReBUILDING HISTORY series} Ep.1 of 3

EPISODE #1: This 1917 Hall Scott race car is raced in the monterey historic races. The engine has suffered the loss of a cylinder and this is a video documentary in the process of getting the car back on the road. Bore and stroke = 51/4 x 7 Make sure to watch this fine episode in HD! If the video is stop and go for you, just hit play then pause, wait for the video to load, and you should be able to watch it without interruption. If you have any questions please feel free to ask and I will do my best to get back to you.

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Race Car Restoration {the ReBUILDING HISTORY series} Ep.2 of 3
EPISODE #2: This 1917 Hall Scott race car is raced in the monterey historic races. The engine has suffered the loss of a cylinder and this is a video documentary in the process of getting the car back on the road. Bore and stroke = 51/4 x 7 Make sure to watch this fine episode in HD! If the video is stop and go for you, just hit play then pause, wait for the video to load, and you should be able to watch it without interruption. If you have any questions please feel free to ask and I will do my best to get back to you.





April 22 Points Day @ Keystone Raceway Park
Keystone Raceway Park- 538 Stone Jug Road, New Alexandria, Pa. 15670 ~ (724) 668-7600 ~ www.keystoneracewaypark.com ~ Celebrating 50 years!! Saturday, April 22, was day number 1 in the KRP/Summit Super Series and SBRA points. The 1/8th mile action was fantastic all day, racers showing no rust from the offseason layoff. Congrats to all the winners, especially those getting their first ever wins! Silver Mine Coin & Collectible junior dragsters: 8-11 age group W - Thomas Wybiral, 9.10 dial in, .2053 reaction time, 9.1267 elapsed time, 72.50mph R/U - Isabella Ritchey, 12.13 dial in, -.1383 reaction time, 12.1238 elapsed time, 52.48mph Both racers dialed pretty tight, but the red light does Isabella in, Thomas getting the win. 12-17 age group W - Jamie McBride Jr, 7.90 dial, .0105 RT, 7.8781 ET, 80.73mph R/U - Tyler Pennington, 8.21 dial, .0376 RT, 8.1485 ET, 78.23mph Good reaction times on both sides, Jamie getting the win breaking out by less than Tyler. Second chance race - all run W - Samantha Gestner, 8.95 dial, .1631 RT, 8.9999 ET, 71.20mph R/U - Frank Pennington, 7.90 dial, -.0670 RT, 7.9097 ET, 81.63mph Samantha gets the win when Frank jumps it red, for her first ever win! Z&M Cycles Motorcycles: W - Joey Devola, '11 Suzuki GSXR 750, 6.84 dial, .2126 RT. 6.9144 ET, 101.65 mph R/U - Jonathon Felbaum, '96 Kawasaki ZX11, 7.01 dial, .2033 RT 7.1168 ET, 102.72 mph Neither racer bragging about the reaction time, but they were even there, defending class champ Joe taking the stripe by .02 for the win. Millerstown Pic A Part Novice class: W - Jacob Booher, Dodge Dart, 10.70 dial, .2602 RT, 10.7592 ET, 65.29mph R/U - Frank Pennington, Mustang, 11.10 dial, .2672 RT, 11.0385 ET, 61.03mph Jacob gets his first ever win! B&R Speed Supply Street: W - Amanda Hoover, '78 AMC Concord, 8.34 dial, .0167 RT, 8.3165 ET, 82.46mph R/U - Bill Cline, '65 Malibu, 8.49 dial, .0765 RT, 8.3979 ET, 80.20mph Amanda with the holeshot advantage, and breaks out by less to take her first ever win and the $500 payday! Latrobe Auto Group Modified: W - Craig Miller, '70 Nova, 6.92 dial, .0281 RT, 6.9259 ET, 98.51mph R/U - Josh Barnett, '87 Monte Carlo, 7.58 dial, .0645 RT, 7.5631 ET, 88.46mph Both racers in their first Modified class final round, and Craig picks up the $1000 winner's purse when he .034 package makes Josh mathematically ineligible. Craig's first ever win, finishing the day's trend of those! Mike's Auto Body Top: W - Randy Duncan, '70 Plymouth Road Runner, 6.88 dial, .0068 RT, 6.8877 ET, 99.80mph R/U - Scotty Campbell, '88 Camaro, 6.18 dial, .0190 RT, 6.1958 ET, 105.58mph Two good looking door cars, Scotty pulling big wheelies all day, Randy was killer all day, and uses a .0145 package to take the $1200 win! Music by Serge Ozeryan: "Tyrol" & "Formula X" https://sergeozeryan.bandcamp.com Upcoming Events.... April 28- Test & Tune- Gates open @ 6 pm. TnT 7pm to Midnight. April 29- Regular Racing & Bud's Auto Sales/Bower Hill Auto Body Nostalgia Stock/Super Stock. Gates open @ 11 am. Junior Dragsters start at Noon. Big cars TT 3 pm. May 5- Test & Tune- Gates open @ 6 pm. TnT 7 pm to Midnight. May 6- Regular Racing/SBRA 1/8th Mile- Gates open @ 11 am. Junior Dragsters start at Noon. Big Car TT @ 3 pm. Be sure to check out our website for more updates to the 2017 schedule, including the June 10th P2 Pro Mod Invitational and the 10th Annual Good Vibrations Motorsports Funny Car Nationals on July 15th...the biggest gathering of Nostalgia Funny Cars on the East Coast!!!





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Demarcay von 1922 mit Anzani Motor 1000 ccm Rennwagen Racing Car Cyclecar
My favourite cars: Demarcay Cyclecar Demarcay gebaut 1922 von Baron Edmond de Marcay. Mit einem Motor von Anzani 1000 ccm 2 Zylinder mit Luftkühlung. Mit einem identischen Motor, allerdings mit einem weiteren Zylinder aufgesetzt, als 3 - Zylinder, hat Louis Blériot 1909 als erster den Ärmelkanal überflogen. Es wurden von Demarcy nur wenige Autos gebaut. Es ist nicht bekannt, ob ein weiteres Modell die Zeit überlebt hat. Baron de Marcay baute darüber hinaus Luftschiffe und Flugzeuge. Cyclecar Demarcay built in 1922 by Baron Edmond de Marcay. With an Anzani engine of 1000 cc 2-cylinder with air cooling. Fitted with an identical engine, but with another cylinder, as 3 - cylinder has flown over Louis Blériot in 1909 as first the English Channel. It was built by Demarcy few cars. It is not known whether another model has survived the time. Baron de Marcay also built airships and airplanes. Cyclecar Demarçay construit en 1922 par le Baron Edmond de Marcay. Avec un moteur Anzani de 1000 cc, 2 cylindres à refroidissement par air. Muni d'un moteur identiques, mais avec un autre cylindre, que 3 - cylindre a survolé Louis Blériot en 1909 en tant que premier de la Manche. Il a été construit par les voitures Demarcy peu. On ne sait pas si un autre modèle a survécu le temps. Baron de Marcay également construit des dirigeables et des avions.




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