NASCARs, Jail Door
August 22, 2010
Slot Car Racing - SoCal  > NASCARs, Jail Door
 
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It's time for the NASCARs on the BPR Kingleman track. These cars are a lot of fun to run on the small, tight but very challenging track.


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Another small field will do battle on the "knife fight in a phonebooth track".


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First time we've seen a Chevelle entered in a D3 NASCAR race. Is this body available anywhere?


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Although Russell Van Wyck's NASCAR was teched as being too wide, we allowed him to run this one time.


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Another new body. This one entered by Zombies' own Jeff Bell. This body looks like an "aero lowrider" from East L.A.


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5 NASCARs are ready to do battle on the Kingleman.


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Are these 5 racers actually samurais or gluttons for punishment? L-R, Keith Tanaka, Russell Van Wyck, Jeff Easterly, Jeff Bell, Paul Sterrett


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NASCAR race results. Congrats to Paul Sterrett on his win with Jeff Bell 2nd and Keith Tanaka 3rd


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NASCAR podium, L-R, Jeff Bell 2nd, Paul Sterrett 1st, Keith Tanaka 3rd


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Jail Doors are next up.


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Three Lotus 40's and a lone Lola T70 will battle today.


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Jail Door racers, L-R, Paul Sterrett, Russell Van Wyck, Hector Gonzalez, Keith Tanaka


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Jail Door race results. Congrats to Paul Sterrett on his win with Keith Tanaka 2nd and Hector Gonzalez 3rd. Congrats to Hector on his first podium. Hector drove very well for his first time on the Kingleman. Good racing Hector.


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Jail Door podium, L-R, Keith Tanaka 2nd, Paul Sterrett 1st, Hector Gonzalez 3rd.


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Jail Door podium cars, L-R, Tanaka, Sterrett, Gonzalez


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All three of these Jail Door cars were built by Paul Sterrett. Although the car on the right did not meet the rear chassis bracing rule, it was allowed to run today.


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Keith Tanaka's 2nd place Jail Door car was built by Paul Sterrett.


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Paul Sterrett's winning Jail Door Sports Car.


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Hector Gonzalez drove this JD loaner car from Paul Sterrett.


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Although the rear chassis brace (should be 90 degrees, not angled) is not allowed by the Rod & Custom Jail Door rules, it was allowed to run this way for today since Hector Gonzalez wanted to race a JD.


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