BARONA 5-22-10 PURE STOCK MAIN EVENT
Lots of cars as this class keeps building and getting larger with each
race. Nice job done by almost everybody as a new winner takes the checkered
Kings Park Speedway August 2012 Heat 1
Triple T Racing August 11 street stock heat race one (Jesse) driving first
race trying out some used 970's (tires) way more grip than the american
racer g60's and don't give up when there hot and these were old ones with
not much left.
1977 Dodge Aspen Custom Wagon drive home
The first actual drive this car has done since atleast 1995. It obviously
need some more work. It's running waaayy to rich. Had to idle almost all
the way. The rear shocks (Monroe Ride Leveler) are waaay to stiff even
though there isn't any air in them. And the front is waay to soft. On a
typical (by other words aweful) Norwegian road.
Brisca F1 Stock Car World Final 21-9-13 Harris Finnikin Harrison Wainman Speak Sworder Fairhurst
Brisca F1 Stock Car World Final 21-9-13.. 1/217 Lee Fairhurst starting on
Pole Position as he defends his title, leads the pack round on the rolling
lap, with one of the race favourites, 197 Ryan Harrison along side.. Row 2
saw 259 Paul Hines, and 84 Tom Harris.. Any of these 4 were to be
considered as the next World Champion.. Harrison powers away from the
outside, getting the drop as the green flag is thrown, 84 Tom Harris also
finding plenty of grip on the outside, storms straight onto Fairhurst in
his quest for glory.. Harris quickly moves into 2nd, going into turn3
Fairhurst moves in on Harris, but coming out of turn4, finds himself out of
shape, spinning out of contention.. 150 Mick Sworder was another one to
depart early after being jammed in a tangle on the home straight with USA12
Josh Pelkey.. Meanwhile, up front, Harrison is starting to open up a small
gap, with Harris appearing to throw himself into armaco, as he is carrying
so much speed in an attempt to catch Harrison.. Hines makes a move on
Harris, putting him wide, brushing the armaco yet again, just as the yellow
flags are shown.. Race order on the re-start sees Harrison leading the
field away, with Harris sat poised and perfectly placed in second, with
Hines third.. Harrison powers away as the green flag is shown once again,
with Harris following close behind.. 2 laps in, with Harrison going wide,
Harris sees his chance, ducks under Harrison in turn1/2, and powers into
the lead.. 55 Craig Finnikin slowly reels in Harrison, moving himself into
second.. A luckless Hines was to retire with damage after suffering brake
failure, something that blighted the Hines shale shifter early season..
Upfront, Tom Harris opened up a huge gap to the second place man, and
seemingly put on a masterclass drive when it mattered most.. 84 Tom Harris
was to take the win, becoming the Brisca F1 World Champion 2013, with 55
Craig Finnikin second, 197 Ryan Harrison taking third, 515 Frankie Wainman
Jnr from his row 11 start, taking fourth and 2 Paul Harrison rounding out
the top five..
Quote from Tom in the post-race interview.. 'A lot of people took the piss
when I built and debuted my new car earlier this year.. I only built it for
one reason, to win the World Final.. And tonight, i've just done that..'
Congratulations to 84 Tom Harris.. Brisca F1 World Champion 2013.. Enjoy
your Golden Year..
History of stock car racing, moonshine, muscle cars
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331 Aspen R/T
First time out of the garage under it's own power (only one shift rod
1955 Chevy Gasser Pro Street,.. future project
We picked this up in Dayton, Texas.. It's a 1955 Chevrolet 2 door hardtop
BelAir.. It looks a lot worse than it is, the floor pans are the worse
thing about it, but once we get the body off the frame it won't be so bad.,
We'll probably put the body on a rotessire and turn it upside down to work
on it.. We're going to use a straight axle out of one of our early '50's
Chevy pickups.. The rear end will be a 12 bolt posi track Olds, with 456
gears, and ladder bars..We'll build a 350 Chevy small bolt stroker for it,
with a Muncie 4 speed transmission.. We're not going to run a front bumper.
It will have a nice hood scoop, the car will have a good stance, and plenty
of meat for the rear tires.