First Jail Door F1 race at BPR
It's the first ever Jail Door F1 race at BPR. This is Bryan Warmack's entry for the race on the Gerding King track.
These two Bryan Warmack cars were first and second for our first JD F1 Concours podium.
Bryan raced the car on the left and Mill Conroy raced the car on the right.
Being that this is the very first JD F1 race, we didn't place any emphasis on the correctness of these F1 entries. '66 and prior F1's did not have drivers using seat/shoulder harnesses or full helmets.
Both of Bryan's cars used some old BRM repops. Not sure of the origins of this body.
The field for our first Jail Door F1 race at BPR had 8 entries. Not bad for our first attempt.
That's Paul Sterrett's entry in the foreground and Eddie Shorer drove one of Keith's loaner cars (Steube chassis, Dilworth Eagle body) in the background
PdL raced this Tanaka loaner car (chassis by Steube). Howmet (John Dilworth) BRM H16 body. Keith's entry in the background is a '66 Gurney Eagle by Electric Dreams (Steube chassis).
Bryan Warmack's BRM entry in the foreground and Mill Conroy's similarly prepared Warmack BRM (Josh Crutchfield chassis) in the background.
Dale Yamashita's Eagle entry. Not sure who makes this nice looking Eagle body. That's Ron Kiyomura's Eagle in the background.
Jail Door F1 racers, L-R, Keith Tanaka, Philippe de Lespinay, Ron Kiyomura, Dale Yamashita, Bryan Warmack, Mill Conroy, Paul Sterrett, Eddie Shorer
Jail Door F1 race results. Congrats to Bryan Warmack on his win with Mill Conroy 2nd and Eddie Shorer 3rd
Jail Door F1 podium: L-R, Mill Conroy 2nd, Bryan Warmack 1st, Mill Conroy 3rd
Jail Door F1 podium cars, L-R, Mill Conroy, Bryan Warmack, Eddie Shorer
L-R, Mill Conroy, Bryan Warmack, Eddie Shorer
Mill Conroy's 2nd place JD F1 car. Bryan Warmack loaner car (chassis by Josh Crutchfield). Falcon 2 motor. Total car weight 103 grams.
Josh Crutchfield races at Mike McMaster's Tom Thumb raceway in Columbus, Ohio. Nice chassis Josh!
JK untreated rubber on Russkit wheels?
Bryan Warmack's winning F1 car. Total car weight 102 grams. BRM repop body (original mfg?).
Bryan uses a Professor Motor controller
Bryan used Russkit front and rear wheels. JK untreated donuts for the rear tires.
Eddie Shorer's 3rd place F1 car. Tanaka loaner car (Steube chassis). John Dilworth Eagle body.
Eddie used a Heather controller
Pro-Track front and rear tires.
Next is the monthly Jail Door sports car race.
Jail Door sports car racers, L-R, Keith Tanaka, Bryan Warmack, Dale Yamashita, Russell Van Wyck, Philippe de Lespinay, Paul Sterrett, Ron Kiyomura
Jail Door Sports Car race results. Congrats to PdL on his win with Dale Yamashita 2nd and Bryan Warmack 3rd
Jail Door sports car podium: L-R, Bryan Warmack 2nd, PdL 1st, Dale Yamashita 3rd
All 3 podium cars were built by Bryan Warmack
The car in the middle is Bryan Warmack's first JD chassis. All three Warmack cars are very similar except for the 5 rail version.
Dale Yamashita drove this Warmack loaner car to 3rd place.
PdL drove this Warmack car to first place.
This chassis was Bryan Warmack's first JD car.
Bryan Warmack's 2nd place JD car.