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No 73 Hobby Stock Camaro Start Up

No 73 Camaro's first start up at La Rosa's Automotive. Driver: David Rutledge, Engine Builder: Jonathan La Rosa, Machinist: Roslan's Performance Motorsports, Transmission: Davis Transmission and Parts. Video by Dylan Carter.


 


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1977 Camaro Pure Stock Race Car
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Old Race Car First Start - 1968 Pontiac Lemans Stock Car Lives Again!
I picked up this old roundyround race car from a buddies wrecking yard. It was cheap, my parents are pissed it's in the back yard, nothing is new. Norm Brill was the driver, I have no idea who he is so I'm going to assume he went out in a blaze of glory having a shootout with the cops while drunk, naked and high on PCP, leaving his race car in the weeds lost to time. It's a 1968 Pontiac Lemans, the same body as the GTO and Tempest from what I understand. The engine is either a 400 or a 350 V8, it had air conditioning and power steering, possibly a limited slip rear differential but I haven't had a chance to check. The carburetor is a 2 throat unit. It pained me to see it crushed and sent to China like the Nova stock car that was beside it, so I saved it, and now ya'll can enjoy it! Sorry the audio isn't better, it sounds really good in person because the mufflers fell off but it's more than my phone's microphone can handle. The engine sounds very tight and any smoke is likely from the nasty gas I filtered and ran through it. I also show the old lettering on the car, but it's only because it's neat. I'm not a race driver and have no sponsorship from the names listed, if they are even in business any more I'd be surprised. It's just a cool ol' muscle car! Edit: Man this is taking a while to upload. The bent fan and nerfed crank pulley happened when it was moved at the wrecking yard before I got it. I can fix the pulley, but the fan is toast. It'll be replaced before it takes out the water pump. The radiator is junk, it's leaking and I have a large 1ton truck radiator I'll put in it's place, possibly with an electric fan, maybe mounted in the trunk and ducted. I'd sorta like to get fenderwell headers for it like the ratrod has. Will have to look around at the swapmeet....man...this is slow...I like Reddit? Ya'll like reddit? It's neat. Yup...Ooh, I should post this to carporn or something. Oh man, almost done...go...go little bar, you can do it! Oh to heck with it, I'mna go get a beer. Edit 2: Aw man, it went backwards...was at 100, then went to 95...god, now I just feel like a girl writing in her diary about stupid stuff. Like, oh my gawd becky, did you SEE the percentages on that video? I kno rite? Oh, I know, hey you should check out huskystarcraft if you like video games, starcraft II Wings of Liberty in particular. That Husky guy is pretty cool, the music videos are rad. I may have a straw hat and smell like narsty gasoline and durt but I'm a nerd at heart and I still play with cars! Oh hey it's done I think...neat.





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Hobby Stock Motor Start up





JR's 1st Street Stock Race 5-1-10 Part 1 Warm Ups & Qualifying Heat Race
My friend Larry JR ODonnell, last years (2009) 4 Cylinders Senior Point Champ at Bethel Motor Speedway, in is first race in his new V8 powered Street Stock car, on May 1, 2010. This is Part 1 the warm Ups and the Qualifying Heats





73 Camaro "Rat Rod"
Nothing special really, redid another engine for regular street use. It had a mildly upgraded '70 LT1 from a z28 in it, but I was tired of paying $6.99/ga for 97 octane leaded gas. This engine has upgraded valve seats with stainless valves so I can run unleaded. It's built from a sbc short block for an '87 truck, 126 open chamber 74cc heads, 1.94/1.60 valves, ported/polished runners, de-humped valve pockets, shorty plugs to make it easier to work without gloves on a hot engine. Delco-Remy HEI, Weiand Team-G intake(middle height I think), Holley 4777 double pumper with choke delete, etc. Any questions, just ask, I built it from a hull that was considered scrap metal in a friend's back yard, so I know every detail about the car.





Josh Smallidge Blackrock World 100 A-Main
The Blackrock World 100 was an event in late October of 2009. It was a cold and rainy day. 80 Street Stocks Competed in the event. Only 25 of those would start the A-main, all of which competing for $2,000 in winnings. My team and I are looking for sponsors for next year. We have a great group of guys and girls who love dirt racing. It's in our blood. I have been racing since I was 9 years old in a dirt go kart(I'm 24 now). Been around dirt racing pretty much all my life. At 15 I started in this street stock and have been racing ever since. This year was the first year we have taken off. Primarily due to the economy and simply the amount of money the competition is spending on their equipment. It's tough to keep up. We won the track championship in 2009 at Genesee Speedway. Out of 17 races that year we finished in the top five 15 of those races. Won two races, and had numerous heat race wins. Sponsorship is key in this sport/hobby. We certainly dont make any money doing it. It's mainly for fun and the love of the sport. Help us help you and put your business on the side of the car in 2012. We will be making a run at another championship at Raceway 5 in Bataiva (Formerly Genesee Speeday)





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Lee Jensen 3-24-12 Hobby Stock Main
From the #9 hobby stock, owned by Rick Hays, and driven by Lee Jensen. Unfortunately we broke a tie rod and had engine problems. At Bakersfield Speedway.





SMS Hobby Stock Main, 8-4-12 No 73 Camaro In Car, Heavy Contact
Started 2nd and finished 14th. SMS scored me 1 lap down, but I am not sure I see it. This was my hardest contact yet. Sorry about some of the long edits. Thanks to my Sponsors: The Rib Line La Rosa's Automotive Davis Transmissions and Gear #73 Camaro Driver: David Rutledge





#73 Hobby Stock Camaro Main Event from Santa Maria Speedway 7-27-13
#73 Camaro driven by David Rutledge This is the main event following a big heat race crash where I backed the car into the wall and was knocked unconscious. Some of my racing family put the car back together, while I recovered. I started 12th and finished in 6th place. Sponsors: The Rib Line Roslan's Performance Motorsports La Rosa's Automotive Davis Transmissions Team Auto Collision





Nasty 355 Chevy Wissota Street Stock Stage III Race Engine
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1978 Camaro race car
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