F1, Can Am
April 10, 2010
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20 cars for this month's F1 race. Today it's on the BPR King track.


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Today is Michael Crone's first D3 race at BPR. Michael hails from the San Diego area (La Mesa).


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Michael entered this Joe Chevy F1 car.


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Pablo (Paul) was allowed to race this F1 today (only) even though the body/chassis was too wide.


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D3's maximum chassis/body width is 1 3/8".


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Terry raced this Craig Correia F1 car today.


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Haruki Kan traveled all the way from Tokyo, Japan to enter his first ever D3 race.


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This car was built for Haruki by Craig Correia.


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Jay Henry drove his Joe Chevy built F1 car today.


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Mill Conroy's car won "realistic" concours today. The body was painted by "Noose", Joe Neumeister.


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Concours winners: left is Haruki Kan's "Presentation" winner, on the right is Mill Conroy's "Realistic" winner.


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Haruki's entry was painted by Craig Correia. Haruki traveled from Tokyo, Japan to race D3 this week.


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Haruki's beverage company in Japan manufactures/distributes the "Lifeguard" nutritional drink in Japan.


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Mill Conroy's winning "Realistic" concours entry.


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"Noose", Joe Neumeister painted Mill's winning concours entry.


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Typical concours winning car by Noose.


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F1 cars are ready for qualifying.


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First up is Jason Holmes to start the F1 qualifying today.


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Mark Wampler during his qualifying run. It's been awhile since Mark has raced at BP. The economy has affected many racers, especially those who travel quite a distance to race at BP. Nice to see you racing at BP again Mark.


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Talk about traveling cost, Haruki Kan traveled all the way from Tokyo, Japan this week to enter his first D3 race ever. At the left is Craig Correia who built Haruki's F1 car. Haruki had an excellent first ever qualifying F1 run, Congrats Haruki on your effort.


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Another first time D3 racer was Michael Crone from La Mesa (San Diego area), Calif. Mike races at a new track which opened in El Cajon recently.


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F1 qualifying results: congrats to Doug Matthes on his TQ of 4.208 sec. with Jonathan Forsyth 2nd and Mill Conroy 3rd


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F1 "C" Main cars are ready to race. Each main had 2 move-ups to the next race.


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F1 "C" Main racers, L-R, Oscar Morales, Paul Sterrett, Pablo Smith, Mark Wampler, Nesta Szabo, Marc Franco, Craig Correia, Michael Crone


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F1 "C" main in progress


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F1 "C" Main video clip


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F1 "C" Main video clip


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F1 "C" Main race results: Congrats to Craig Correia on his win with Paul Sterrett a close 2nd and Mark Wampler 3rd


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F1 "C" Main podium: L-R, Paul Sterrett 2nd, Craig Correia 1st, Mark Wampler 3rd. Craig and Paul move up to the "B" Main.


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F1 "B" Main is ready to start


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F1 "B" Main racers, L-R, Craig Correia, Gary Donahoe, Haruki Kan, Terry Schmid, Keith Tanaka, Jay Henry, Mike Kravitz, Paul Sterrett


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F1 "B" Main race results: Congrats to Craig Correia on his win with Terry Schmid 2nd and Jay Henry 3rd. Craig and Terry move up to the "A" Main.


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F1 "B" Main podium: L-R, Terry Schmid 2nd, Craig Correia 1st, Jay Henry 3rd. Craig and Terry move up to the "A" Main.


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It's time for the F1 "A" Main race.


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F1 "A" Main racers, L-R, Craig Correia, Doug Matthes, Jason Holmes, Mill Conroy, Jonathan Forsyth, Terry Schmid, John Cukras, Bryan Warmack


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Three Legends from the 60's are racing side by side in the first heat of the F1 "A" Main. L-R, Terry Schmid, John Cukras, Bryan Warmack. By the way, Terry just returned from Belgium where he recently raced in the IMCA Worlds which included a first ever Retro race. Bryan Warmack built the cars which placed 1st-2nd-3rd in the Retro race in Belgium.


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Three Legends from the 60's video clip


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SoCal F1 "A" Main race results: Congrats to Jonathan Forsyth on his win with Mill Conroy 2nd and Doug Matthes 3rd


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SoCal D3 F1 "A" Main podium: L-R, Mill Conroy 2nd, Jonathan Forsyth 1st, Doug Matthes 3rd


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F1 "A" Main podium cars: L-R, Mill Conroy, Jonathan Forsyth, Doug Matthes


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L-R, Mill Conroy, Jonathan Forsyth, Doug Matthes


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Mill Conroy's 2nd place F1 car.


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Bryan Warmack built this F1 car for Mill using the JK F1 kit.


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Of course, Bryan incorporates some of his unique design elements in this car based on the JK kit.


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Jonathan Forsyth's winning F1 car.


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Richie Austin built this F1 car for Jonathan.


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It's also based on the JK F1 kit. The kit needs to be narrowed to 1 3/8" max. width to meet the D3 rules.


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Jonathan removed the pinion and loosened the Allen screw on the crown gear before I took these photos.


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Doug Matthes' 3rd place F1 car.


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Can Am tech inspection is next. 16 entries today.


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Haruki Kan's car was built by Craig Correia


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Haruki's car was built by Craig Correia. Craig incorporated a Tony P. "aero" style floppy setup.


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Although Nesta wrote down "Warmack", I believe PdL modified this chassis by adding the cow catcher front and lightened the side pans.


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Mill drove his Warmack chassis as usual. Congrats to Bryan Warmack for having 3 of his cars finish 1-2-3 in the recent World's Retro race in Belgium.


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Jay had the parts machined at the machine shop at the college where he's a professor (music production). He then had John Gorski build this "Gorski" designed Can Am chassis.


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Can Am concours is next.


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Can Am Concours winners. Left is Paul Sterrett's winning "Realistic" entry. At right, Jay Henry's winning "Presentation" car.


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Another fine car painted by Paul Sterrett


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The copper color is a nice touch.


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Jay Henry's winning "Realistic" concours entry.


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Jay painted the body and used an interior/driver painted by Noose.


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Can Am qualifying is ready to start


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John Cukras during his qualifying run. It was great to see John racing today. He's been going thru Chemo treatments again has about 2 more months of treatments to go. His doctor says the cancer is in remission. John's been feeling much better lately since his anemia has gone away.


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Always great to see you John, keep jetting.


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Jason Holmes calls the Can Am qualifying as well as race directing along with Paul Sterrett and Doug Matthes.


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Can Am qualifying results: Congrats to Jay Henry on his first ever Can Am TQ of 4.251 sec. with Jonathan Forsyth 2nd and Doug Matthes 3rd


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Can Am "B" Main with 9 cars is ready to start.


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Can Am "B " Main racers, L-R, Craig Correia, Oscar Morales, Marc Franco, Mark Wampler, Paul Sterrett, Nesta Szabo, Gary Donahoe, Haruki Kan, Jason Holmes


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Can Am "B" Main race results: Congrats to Craig Correia on his win with Paul Sterrett a close 2nd and Gary Donahoe 3rd.


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Can Am "B" Main podium: L-R, Paul Sterrett 2nd, Craig Correia 1st, Gary Donahoe 3rd


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It's time for the Can Am "A" Main race.


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Can Am "A" Main racers, L-R, Mill Conroy, Jay Henry, Craig Correia, Doug Matthes, Jonathan Forsyth, John Cukras, Bryan Warmack, Keith Tanaka


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SoCal D3 Can Am "A" Main race results: Congrats to Doug Matthes on his win with Jay Henry 2nd and Jonathan Forsyth 3rd


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SoCal D3 Can Am "A" Main podium: L-R, Jay Henry 2nd, Doug Matthes 1st, Jonathan Forsyth 3rd


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L-R, Jay Henry, Doug Matthes, Jonathan Forsyth


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L-R, Jay Henry, Doug Matthes, Jonathan Forsyth


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Jay Henry's 2nd place Can Am car.


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Jay had the parts machined, then John Gorski built this car (which John also designed).


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Jonathan Forsyth's 3rd place Can Am car.


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Richie Austin built this Can Am car for Jonathan.


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Doug Matthes' winning Can Am car.


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Doug's tried and true Can Am car. Based on a Gorski design.


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