Sunday's Jail Door tech inspection. Mill Conroy's car on the left, Paul Sterrett's on the right.
Barney Poynor's car on the left, Craig Correia's car on the right.
Duran Trujillo's car on the left, Russell Van Wyck's car on the right.
Oscar Morales' car on the left, John Hartman's car on the right.
9 Jail Door cars line up for today's race on the BPR Gerding King track for the first time ever!
SoCal D3 Jail Door racers, L-R, Duran Trujillo, Oscar Morales, Craig Correia, Russell Van Wyck, John Tore Anderson, Mill Conroy, John Hartman, Paul Sterrett, Barney Poynor
SoCal D3 Jail Door race results: Congrats to Duran Trujillo on his win with Paul Sterrett 2nd and Barney Poynor 3rd
SoCal D3 Jail Door podium: L-R, Paul Sterrett 2nd, Duran Trujillo 1st, Barney Poynor 3rd
Jail Door podium cars: L-R, Paul Sterrett, Duran Trujillo, Barney Poynor
L-R, Sterrett, Trujillo, Poynor
Paul Sterrett's latest Jail Door car. Howmet Lola T70 body. Total car weight: 104.6 grams
Parma guide flag. ProTrack front tires.
Paul uses a Ruddock controller
Pro Track SBR medium hub rear tires. 8/30 gear ratio. GT-1 bevel pinion. Parma Crown.
Duran Trujillo's winning Jail Door car. Chassis by "the Vitter". OS Lola T70 body. Total car weight: 109.7 grams
"The Vitter" (Dave Larsen) built this JD car based on a Steube design. It handles great.
Pro Track untreated medium hub rear tires.
8/29 gear ratio. GT-1 bevel pinion. Parma crown gear.
Barney Poynor's 3rd place Jail Door car. Chassis by Jeff Easterly. Truescale Lotus 40 body. Total Car weight: 114 grams.
Pro Track untreated large hub rear tires. 9/28 gear ratio. GT-1 bevel pinion. Parma Crown.