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.
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
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)
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.
History of stock car racing, moonshine, muscle cars
I do not claim any ownership over the copyrights to this video. It was
recorded off the TV around 1995 and I have not seen it anywhere since, so I
thought I would share it with the world. This video has not been monetized
and therefore I am not earning revenue from it.
Débile, ma 1ère course de stockcar by Lolo!
Moi la bagnole, j'adore ça... surtout lorsqu'elle est réduite en miettes
;-) Alors, lorsque la production m'a filé royalement 500 euros pour
essayer la caisse de mon choix, je n'ai pas hésité un seul instant. J'ai
filé chez Périféric Garage, Porte de Châtillon, acheter une sublime
Peugeot 306 de 1996 et 217.000 km avec des fantômes dans le train avant.
Une véritable icône rouge que je n'ai pas hésité à convoyer par la
route jusqu'en Belgique, avant de la dépouiller en bord de route
(moquettes, sièges, vitres, etc...) afin de disputer mon premier week-end
de stockcar à la Camso. Du grand "n'importe quoi", drôle à l'extrême
lorsqu'on se retrouve au milieu d'une meute de fous furieux qui ne rêvent
que d'une une seule chose: vous emplâtrer par le travers, le devant ou le
derrière. Peu importe pourvu que le choc soit de qualité!!!
Energizer - Niquin/merkel - KOK 224 (15)
Polka on Speed - Backes/moslener - BER 1196A
Downhill Run - Neale/Wahl - MAT 250 (22)
High Voltage - Kaleth/Mitchell/pike - BR 575 (5)
Death Racer - Bronson - SLAM 75 (2)
Speedster - Honholz/Wegener - MAT 225 (25)
Silver Speeder - Macfarlane - ATMOS 140 (23)
Chaotic Pursuit - Castle/Ballereau/Montessuit - KOK 2342 (16)
Une production Lolo Prod
Sur une idée de Samuel Delvarre et un scénario de Laurent Cochet,
Chaînes « Lolo Cochet » sur You Tube et Dailymotion
Chef Opérateur : Fred Claude
Montage : Nicolas Boccanfuso
Hobby Stock Heat Race From Santa Maria Speedway 7/27/13 #73 Camaro Huge Crash
I had some wheel spin at the start from pole and was trying to make up some
ground. I went into turn 3 hot and got a bit loose. Just as I corrected,
my coil burned out and the car lost power. You can see my oil light come
on just before I hit the wall, but the car had already lost power. I was
knocked out cold for about 2 minutes before I came to. We got the car
fixed, I shook the cobwebs out and made it to the main event, where I
finished 6th. Thank you to the SMS safety workers, Dave Condon, Dave
Thompson, Michael Frazier, Justin Klucker, Craig Janes and everyone else
who either rescued me or worked on my car.
#73 Camaro driven by
The Rib Line
Roslan's Performance Motorsports
La Rosa's Automotive
Team Auto Collision