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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Apr 03, 2013 5:14 pm

I'm going down Tanner's route.

I'm not extending this anymore, if I don't get anything by the deadline (April 20th) then your entries will be tossed and will not race.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Apr 10, 2013 3:13 pm

10 days before the deadline

These are the cars I have so far

Danielle Wood (east)
Evan Lexar (east)
Lewis Duran (east)
Ray lawler (west)
Ricky Sellers (west)
Taylor Matthews (east)
Mark Washington (east)
Dave Hanson (west)
Bradley and Sarah Carlisle (West)
Curtis Smith (west)
Frank Azzaretto (east)
Mike Malone (west)
Kerry Rodriguez (west)
Aaron Singer (east)
Erica Tackett (east)
Jonathan Murray (west)
Taylor Kent (West)
Jim Thompson (east)
Brenda Riggs (west)
Jeffery Pine (east)
Jeff Little (west)

If your driver isn't in there, please put it in the requests forum. If I don't have it by the time the deadline rolls around then you're not racing.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by day500champ1 on Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:46 pm

Hey Leckliter, I'm pulling my drivers out. Just too much to focus on.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by BWard on Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:49 pm

Wait Dan, I thought you said you have my Street Stocks car, and it clearly shows you don't have. I hope you do have it and didn't play a trick on me.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:59 pm

BWardboy88 wrote:Wait Dan, I thought you said you have my Street Stocks car, and it clearly shows you don't have. I hope you do have it and didn't play a trick on me.
I may of forgot a few, I'll double check though.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:48 am

5 days until the deadline.

remember, if you don't give me the cars this time, you're not racing.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:27 am

Last day, after today I'm not extending it and if I don't get cars, you're not getting a ride.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Sat Apr 20, 2013 12:17 am

Today is the deadline, and the entries I didn't get, I am removing momentarily.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Tue Apr 23, 2013 3:36 am

It's been almost a year in the making, but I am close to getting this thing off of the ground. All I have to do is import the TGA's into the game, which I'll do sometime this week.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:54 am

The East series took to the track for a 30 minute testing session at the USA Speedway.

Jacob Wesley pretty much led most of the testing session and Jim Thompson was slow out of the gate, posting a time a second slower than the leaders.

1 27 J Wesley 20.527
2 79 D Wood 20.543
3 10 C Gilbert 20.545
4 36 T Bayne 20.573
5 20 J Pine 20.576
6 71 E Tackett 20.577
7 59 M Thompson 20.578
8 46 F Azzaretto 20.585
9 1 A Singer 20.587
10 65 L Duran 20.589
11 6 T Matthews 20.610
12 62 W Timothy 20.627
13 48 E Lexar 20.629
14 21 M Washington 20.634
15 50 J Thompson 21.473

(I did this just to show that it's getting off the ground and I was bored.)
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Thu Apr 25, 2013 3:27 am

The West Series took the track for a 30 minute test session at the Colorado National Speedway.

Everybody hit the 16 second bracket, though Taylor Kent and Ricky Sellers were barely in.

Jeff Little and Bradley Carlisle were battling for the top two spots pretty much the whole session.

1 16 J Little 16.109
2 2 B Carlisle 16.147
3 26 R Lawler 16.161
4 00 C Smith, Jr 16.165
5 05 J Whitney 16.168
6 33 J Murray 16.173
7 98 J Slade 16.175
8 39 D Hanson 16.178
9 67 B Riggs 16.181
10 20 K Rodriguez 16.185
11 25 S Carlisle 16.197
12 55 M Malone 16.202
13 51 J Alexander 16.305
14 28 T Kent 16.747
15 019 R Sellers 16.828


In other news, I'll run the season openers probably tonight.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Jul 31, 2013 6:47 pm

I think this is in need of an update....I FINALLY FINISHED THE LAKELAND VIDEO!

after this, there will be no more videos, just picture reviews, to save time.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Jul 31, 2013 9:51 pm



After months of delay, the first race of the 2013 season is up.

Results
Spoiler:
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by BlueThunderfan on Wed Jul 31, 2013 9:56 pm

Spoiler:
Lewis Duran was very excited about his 2nd place finish in the Scott Morales Memorial at the USA Speedway.

"Yeah! we did awesome today! sure wish I could've won, but it feels great knowing I was the only guy that could challenge the dominant driver tonight!"
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by Chives2112 on Wed Jul 31, 2013 11:16 pm

Spoiler:
Washington Pleased With Race Despite Result

Despite crashing out of the Scott Morales Memorial at the USA International Speedway in Lakeland, Florida, Mark Washington of Georgia felt rather pleased with how his race went.

Washington spent much of the night in the top-10 after qualifying 11th for the 75 lap race. Even though he received minor damage in a lap 21 crash when Taylor Mathews pushed up into Washington and collected Charles Gilbert in the process, Washington still managed to keep in his car in contention for a top-10 run until the 4th caution of the race. After the caution and red flag had been put out for an overturned car on the backstretch on lap 45, Washington slid up the track in the path of Wilson Timothy. His stricken car in turns 3 and 4 was then collided by Tristan Bayne and several other cars. Washington retired from the race after this incident with a 12th place finish. After the race, he was apologetic, but seem rather unfazed, claiming that it was simple mistake on his part.

"I tried slowing up in time, and I lost control of it, pushed up the track, and I wound up collecting [Wilson] Timothy and several others. I simply did not slow up in time, and it's might fault. Hey, accidents happen and it sucks for the others, but we're all trying to get used to these cars and the track. Other than that, I really enjoyed racing and I thought we had a really nice car. The #21 felt real good and I still have positive things to come out of this weekend. We'll just go get 'em next time out at Bowman-Gray. That should be fun!" said Washington as he watched the remaining of the race from pit road.

The 12th place finish for him in the first race of the season means that Washington sits 12th in the points, 50 points behind race winner and points leader Evan Lexar.


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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Jul 31, 2013 11:24 pm

I forgot to mention, the points on the results is not the points I will be using, I will do point on Friday as I will be heading up to New York tomorrow.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by BWard on Thu Aug 01, 2013 4:12 am

Spoiler:
Tristan Bayne left fuming after wreckfest

"I know it's the first race of the season and everyone's eager to race as hard as they can like me for a good result, but tearing up lots of cars this early in the season is not the standard I want to go by. It's fun for the fans, but dangerous for the drivers as well and look what happens, for me getting caught up in 2 wrecks caused by other people not knowing their lines and finishing last in this race adds a big insult to how my championship run will go on."
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by conrail1990 on Thu Aug 01, 2013 8:42 pm

Spoiler:

Switch Racing gets first win right out of the gate!

After a dominate performance Evan Lexar and his team celebrated winning the Scott Morales Memorial. Many people were skeptical how good his car would be after it had been transformed from a patrol car for the Chicago police force into a racing machine.

"This car had way more power in it than I had anticipated." Said Lexar. "Props to Lewis Duran. He put up one hell of a fight. Shame so many cars got wrecked. It would have made for an even more exciting battle."

 
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:07 pm



Points as of Lakeland, nothing changed obviously.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Mon Aug 05, 2013 5:30 pm



Not really much happened in the race besides a Debris Caution on lap 50 and a spin on the final lap when Mike Malone got spun by Dave Hanson coming out of turn 4.

Ray Lawler led this race flag to flag after taking the lead coming out of turn 2 after starting third.

The next race will be at the Evergreen Speedway

(Once again, ignore the points system in the results, and the points standings remain the same as the results.)
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by Chives2112 on Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:23 pm

(OOC: I'm making a write-up for this race because I'm bored and I have money.)

Hanson Brings Home Respectable 7th at Colorado

Despite turning Mike Malone on the final lap of the Colorado Sightseer's Organization Dash, the first race for the ARLA Street Stocks West division, Dave Hanson of Centralia, Washington was able to bring home his Hanson Television Repair Tremwell Knight in a respectable 7th place finish after starting the evening 6th.

"For this being my first ARLA Street Stocks race, I feel pretty happy. My little team did a great job preparing this car and team so we can travel throughout the West for this series, and I'm glad to bring this car home relatively clean, even though we got together with someone there at the end. I can't wait to head back northwest to Evergreen Speedway, my hometrack! We should be very competitive and running towards the front there," said Hanson after climbing out of his blue, yellow, and pink Tremwell.

His 7th place finish at the first race of the season at the Colorado National Speedway means that Hanson is currently 7th in the points standings, 30 markers behind race winner and current points leader Ray Lawler, who lead all 70 laps in tonight's race.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Sep 25, 2013 4:42 am

UPDAT!

During my ban I screencapped the East race, so expect that later on tonight, and I might screencap the Texas race afterwards.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:41 pm

OP DELVAR

Race is in the spoiler tag to save space.
Spoiler:
The pole goes to the #20 of Jeffery Pine


Not even 100 feet in and we're going 5 wide into turn 1.


Luckily nobody wrecks, but Danielle Wood and Jacob Wesley get together, this doesn't bring out a caution.



Jeffery Pine gets into Wilson Timothy and brings out caution 1 on lap 2.



And during that, Mark Thompson takes the lead coming to the caution.


Restart on lap 7, the field still hasn't caught up.


Frank Azzaretto bumps Jeffry Pine in turn 4...


...and Jeffery Pine goes into the pit exit...


...and causes a pileup...


...apparently people don't know how to brake...



After the restart, Taylor Matthews fails to stop at the pit exit and almost causes another pileup, she's going to probably face a penalty because of this.


Lakeland winner Evan Lexar showing his muscle in third place and he has a few dents but he's not giving up.


Caution 3 on lap 26. The teammates of the lapped car of Jacob Wesley and Aaron Singer get together.



Restart on lap 31, Mark Thompson still leads.


A lap later, Mark Thompson, Lewis Duran, and Erica Tackett go three wide coming off turn 4.

They manage to not wreck.

Charles Gilbert is running well in the top 5, he's won here before in the early 2000's.


Mark Thompson gets stuck in a lapped car sandwich.


But Mark Thompson gets tired of Jim Thompson's slowness.


This will be the fourth caution.

Danielle Wood is running in second under this caution, she seems to be having a good day.


Restart on lap 46, Mark Thompson still leads, he has led all but one lap.


Wilson Timothy and Charles Gilbert are battling for second. Gilbert is trying to bump Timothy out of the way.


Lewis Duran and Aaron Singer get together on lap 52. I don't know why Duran is still on track seeing as how he is SEVENTEEN LAPS DOWN!


Mark Thompson is pretty much untouchable now as the field is being reduced due to mechanical failures or wrecks.


20 laps to go and Duran is still on track. The flagman must be getting a workout waving the blue flag.


Danielle Wood gets spun....


...Saves it...


and gets into Jacob Wesley, bringing out the 5th caution.



The restart was on lap 65.

Aaron Singer has survived the carnage and is running third.


Lewis Duran making a nuisance of the leader, he also seems to be ignoring the blue flag as well.




Duran finally moves out of the way, he's been in and out of the pits and to be honest, he should of parked after going 15 laps down.


WHITE FLAG, Mark Thompson has one lap left.


Checkered Flag! Mark Thompson is the winner of the Brandon's Chair Repair Dash.


RESULTS IN THE SPOILER

Spoiler:



Points and Penalties to come soon.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Fri Sep 27, 2013 4:14 am

East Points is now up!


Penalties is as follows:

#65 Lewis Duran: Docked 20 points for failing to acknowledge the Blue Flag on multiple occasions.

#6 Taylor Matthews: Warning for failing to yield at pit exit.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Sun Sep 29, 2013 3:29 am

Not really much happened in this race, I'm going to use this race to showcase the cars because I didn't do a picture review for Colorado.

Spoiler:


Mike Malone leads them to the green flag here a the Henderson Raceway Park in Henderson, Texas.


Sara Carlisle has had problems since practice, she didn't even attempt to qualify due to a electrical problem.


On lap 4, Carllisle pits because of that problem. She will continue on, just a few laps down.


Curtis Smith, Jr is doing a great job running in the top 5...


...But encounters a problem, and then gets hit by Ricky Sellers...


...and Sellers gets hit by Taylor Kent, Kent and Sellers go out of the race, and this brings out a caution.


During the caution, John Alexander has a valve problem and goes out of the race. Alexander, who is from Austin, Texas, is a Internet Radio Host who also takes a liking to racing.


Restart on lap 15.


Johnathan Murray battles Malone for the lead.


Malone drives it wide in turn 1 and loses the lead.


Ray Lawler, the winner of the last race at Colorado, is making his way past Mike Malone for third.


Kerry Rodriguez is breathing down Murray's neck, but with how new the track is, it's still kind of hard to pass.


Meanwhile in 9th, the legend herself, Brenda Riggs. She's not really running well as we're closing in on halfway.


Here's the man on the move, Dave Hanson. He started in 12th and is now in the top 3. His team must be doing something right.


Rodriguez goes for the lead...

But doesn't seem to make it stick.


It seems Bradley Carlisle is having the same problem that his sister was having.


One driver who isn't well liked right now is Jeff Whitney, I guess that's what you get when you have the University of Oklahoma on your hood when you're in Texas.


A little past halfway and Murray still leads, but...


...Dave Hanson is making his way to the lead...


...Hanson finally catches up to Murray...


...and there goes Hanson to the lead.


Brenda Riggs seems to have a tire problem and pits.


Sara Carlisle is still holding up after her pit stop on lap 4, but she's a lap down.


Curtis Smith has a flat and has to pit, his day hasn't been going well at all.


Dave Hanson has pulled out to a 2 second lead, after starting 12th, this is impressive.


Dave Hanson wins at Texas!

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Spoiler:


I forgot to mention that Malone had a tire problem, oops.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:58 pm



West points after 2 races.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Mon Sep 30, 2013 11:02 pm

Master Cup driver to run South Boston?
Yevgeny Kuznetsov, a former ARLA Elite Series winner and current Katzev driver in TM Master Cup, is running the Yevgeny Kuznetzov Fan Club Dash in what seems a very controversial move, as the rules state that no full time ARLA Elite Series or TM Master Cup drivers are not allowed in the series. Sources say that RUS Autosport Team Boss Vitaly Tsolikov paid the officials a large sum of money just to let him run. It's also rumored he'll bring Fatherland Vodka in as a sponsor, but the Manufacturer is unknown at this time.

(Like I said in the Twitter thread, this is the only time I'm allowing a TMMC/ARLA Elite Series driver in the series, and Rutana knows about this already.)
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:43 am

The ARLA Street Stocks makes it's visit to the South Boston Speedway for the Yegeny Kuznetsov Fan Club Dash. The race is also heavily promoted due to the driver that the race is named after, TM Master Cup series driver and former ARLA Elite Series winner, Yevgeny Kuznetsov.

Spoiler:


Speaking of Kuzzie, he had to start in the back due to missing drivers meeting. This also means that The Racing Team won't start last for the first time in what seems forever.


Pole sitter for this race will be Erica Tackett.


Tristan Bayne goes a bit high off turn 2 and hits the wall.


He was then spun by Danielle Wood.


He then gets into Jeffery Pine...


...who then gets put into the wall. The amazing thing was that there was no caution for some reason.


By lap 2, Kuzzie has made his way to 7th. (I don't know why it says 15th when he's CLEARLY past the line...whatever.)


By lap 4, Kuzzie has made his way up to 4th, an amazing run for the Master Cup driver.


Here is Jim Thompson in his usual spot, and being his usual self.


Tackett won't have a problem passing him though, as he goes 1 lap down by lap 9.


Wilson Timothy, the runner up at the last race at Bowman Gray, is running outside the top 5.


Kuzzie has made his way up to third, what an awesome run by the Russian.


Kuzzie goes for the lead on lap 15.


Here's a problem I have never seen before in my life, Frank Azzaretto having a problem.


Wilson Timothy has a flat.


There goes Aaron Singer a lap down, Singer was the points leader coming into the event.


Kuzzie going on a tear on the slower cars.


Refer to the last comment.


Lewis Duran really needs the points back after the penalty after Bowman Gray.


and here is The Racing Team car to make sure that doesn't happen.



And then gets hit by Tristan Bayne.



Jeffery Pine didn't get through in time. It also seems that bad luck is the Bayne of Tristan's season.


Look at all the lapped cars going to the inside.


Restart lap 60.


Jacob Wesley trying to get his lap back, it seems he's found Kuzzie's weakness.


But Kuzzie goes and puts him a lap down.


Mark Thompson has a tire problem and has to pit.

and so does Jeffery Pine.


White Flag is out for Kuzzie, who has pretty much dominated the event.


Yevgeny Kuznetsov wins the Yevgeny Kuznetsov Fan Club Dash.

Results
Spoiler:


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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:32 am



Former champion Charles Gilbert takes over the points lead from Aaron Singer, who drops to 5th in points.

Tristan Bayne and Frank Azzaretto are stuck behind Kuzzie, who was the winner at South Boston.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by PackerMan71 on Tue Nov 12, 2013 5:55 pm

TACKETT WITH CAREER BEST FINISH AT SOBO

The sister of TM Master Cup driver Packer Carroll seems to have some driving skill of her own after all.

After a pole winning run in the #71 Pizza Road machine, Erica Tackett led for 16 laps before a hard charging Yevgeny Kuznetsov took the lead and never looked back. Tackett would finish second behind the popular Russian driver, her best career finish, but lements on what could've been.

ERICA: I really felt like we had a car capable of winning this race. But when you're up against a TM Master Cup driver like Kuzzie, it's like a little kid trying to fight Hulk Hogan. Oh, well. We're in the thick of the championship battle now, so that's good.

Tackett currently sits 5th in the standings, 35 points out of the lead.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Sun Nov 24, 2013 4:23 am

Spoiler:
The ARLA Street Stocks takes to the Albuquerque Speedway for the Save the Anomalocaris Dash.


Bradley Carlisle leads the field to the green.


Taylor Kent has to pit due to a problem.


Caution 1

Sarah Carlisle, John Alexander, and Kerry Rodriguez get together.




While racing back, Curtis Smith, Jr blows up.


Restart on lap 12.


One lap later... Taylor Kent is spun around by Johnathan Murray.


Caution 2 happens





Restart on lap 19.


Once again. Caution 3.




Some people pitted due to the debris on the track.


While this is happening, Ricky Sellers is second. The backmarker chose not to pit.


Restart lap 30.


Bradley Carlisle looks to take second away, but the high line is the best line at this track.


Ray Lawler blows up.


Ricky Sellers gets stuck in the wall, losing positions.


Dave Hanson, the winner from last month in Texas, still leads.


Mike Malone is right behind Hanson 4 laps later.


They both get into the wall just a few turns later.


Look at this, a five car battle for the lead. It seems like this track is like a superspeedway.


Taylor Kent blows up, the field now seems happy.


Three wide for the lead. This race is heating up.


Battle for the lead.  Like I said, high line is the better line.


Malone gets the back of Hanson.


and saves it.


Jeff Little gets into Johnathan Murray.


Resulting in Little spinning, this bring out the final caution.


Restart lap 63.


But in those final seven laps, nobody will catch Mike Malone as he wins at Albuquerque.

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Kerry Rodriguez leads despite not winning a race and not even having a lap led yet this season.
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Post by navycook75 on Fri Nov 29, 2013 12:52 am

The ARLA Street Stocks East makes their stop at the Bristol Motor Speedway, but rather than regular Bristol, it was paved with dirt for the first time since 2001 when the National Sprint Car Association made their stop there. This race was held before the FARCE Modifieds as a doubleheader event.

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Frank Azzaretto wins the pole. Frank needs this good luck as he is coming into this race second to last in points.


Already on the start the field looks like a superspeedway race.


Taylor Matthews is having a good run in third. She has been practically nowhere this season.


Caution 1 Lap 5: Mark Thompson and Charles Gilbert get together.





Restart lap 12.


Caution 2 Lap 14: It seems Mark Thompson isn't happy about being wrecked earlier.




Restart Lap 20...


...But we get another caution.

Caution 3 Lap 20: It seems Mark Washington didn't leave Wilson Timothy that much room after going 4 wide.





Restart Lap 26.


Danielle Wood goes for the lead...


But Tristan Bayne is there right beside her...


Bayne will lead that lap.


After two laps, Azzaretto is now in 12th, it seems like bad luck hasn't escaped him.


Taylor Matthews is having an awesome run in the Lycoia.


Danielle Wood blows up. She's not doing so well in points, as she is now 10th.


The winner at Bowman-Gray, Mark Thompson has been anonymous afterwards. He would go out of the race a few laps later due to a problem.


Tristan Bayne is done! A heartbreaking moment for the driver who was last in points coming into this race.


This gives the lead to Jeffery Pine.


Evan Lexar is having an awesome run once again, The Lakeland winner needs something to pick himself up.


Azzaretto going a lap down. I know in that car Frank is probably not happy. I would repeat the radio transmission, but it has harsh language.


Mark Washington is slowly closing in on Pine.


Here's the top three all in one picture...


But out of those three, Taylor Mathews can be the closer is anything happens to the top two.


Here's Pine lapping Azzaretto again. Yeah, Frank's day has gone south quickly.


Washington is starting to slowly come back.


But it won't be enough as Jeffery Pine wins at Bristol!

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Points
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Once again, the winless Charles Gilbert is the points leader, despite not leading a race at all.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Fri Nov 29, 2013 1:53 am

The ARLA Street Stocks West series went to the Halett Road Course in Oklahoma.

I'm trying to catch up, so every race aside from Daytona, Lime Rock, Buffalo, and Rockford will just be results only.
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Post by NeverNeutral on Fri Nov 29, 2013 12:16 pm

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Kerry Rodriguez Notches First Win, Extends Points Lead

Motocross ace Kerry Rodriguez's ARLA career continues to go well, as he earned his first career Street Stocks win at Hallett, dominating the race and continuing to show the consistency he has shown all season.

"My motocross background definitely helped me out here on the right-handers, and I have a feeling we're going to continue to surprise some people this season", Rodriguez commented.

Rodriguez has now extended his points lead in the West division to 50 points over Brenda Riggs.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by Tanrar on Fri Nov 29, 2013 4:54 pm

After Hallett:
Lawler has rough day at Hallett
Ray Lawler's day was not the best at Hallett, the 26 car fell a lap down and wound up P9 on the day.

Ray Lawler: "Well, Hallett just wasn't our day, man. We just didn't have the speed we needed to get up front. It sucks, but oh well."

Sellers falls out from a clutch problem, finishes 11th at Hallett

Ricky Sellers: "Our clutch just didn't have that clutch defense, yo. I think our car's gonna have more #swag next week.

Jeff Whitney finishes last after early accident at Hallett

Jeff Whitney: "Oh well, our race just didn't go as we would've hoped, but it was good to hang out with some of the boys from OU again.

After Bristol:
Danielle Wood falls out early at Bristol

Danielle Wood's day at Bristol came to a very abrupt end on Lap 34, when her gearbox failed, ultimately ending the Pink 79's day.

Danielle Wood: "I promise all the women in the audience, the voice of the women will NOT be silenced by this setback! We will rise again stronger!
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Mon Dec 02, 2013 5:57 pm

I am making a last minute schedule change.

I am replacing the Daytona Backstretch oval with Charlotte Motor Speedway. 

Reason being is the actual oval hates AI cautions, and I don't like the other one that much.

There will be enough room for the whole field, so there won't be a qualifying race.

I mean, if they can do it on Iracing, why can't I?
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:39 am

East Race at Lake Erie
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Jeffery Pine pretty much had the whole race in the bag up until Aaron Singer held him up in the closing laps and gave Erica Tackett the win. A penalty will probably be handed out for Singer later on in the week.


Evan Lexar will take the points lead once again after Charles Gilbert has trouble.

West Race
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This race was a race that nobody wanted to win, everybody aside from Jonathan Murray who led the race at some sort of problem.



Dave Hanson takes the points lead after Kerry Rodriguez blew up.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Tue Dec 03, 2013 5:48 pm

The Racing Team is barred from racing Charlotte
After the only practice session, the #50 The Racing Team Lenard was 40 mph off the pace and a nuisance to the faster cars.

"I usually don't have a problem with him at any of the other tracks, but I don't think Charlotte is the track where we want a massive wreck because of him." Charles Gilbert answered when asked on his opinion.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by PackerMan71 on Tue Dec 03, 2013 8:28 pm

TACKETT FINDS VICTORY LANE AT LAKE ERIE IN JUST HER FIFTH CAREER START

After a stellar runner-up finish at South Boston, Erica Tackett had a feeling that her first win was just around the corner.

Just two races later, it happened.

Tackett started next to last in the Pennsylvania Lenard Dealers 80 at Lake Erie Speedway, but she proved early on that she had one of the fastest cars on the track. She passed Jeffery Pine with 9 laps to go while Pine was held up by Aaron Singer, allowing Tackett to sneak by and score her maiden victory in just her fifth career start.

ERICA: I can't believe I'm here. Packer's the main reason why I got into driving a race car in the first place, and now I'm a winner, just like my little brother.

With her win, she moves up to 2nd in the East points, just 15 points behind leader Evan Lexar.
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Post by navycook75 on Sat Dec 07, 2013 4:51 am

Penalites:

#1 Aaron Singer
Loss of 25 points for failure to obey the Blue Flags on multiple occasions.
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Post by navycook75 on Thu Dec 12, 2013 8:10 pm

Spoiler:

The ARLA Street Stocks take to the Charlotte Motor Speedway for a combination event, all but one car will start the race, as during the race's only practice session, The Racing Team was roughly 40 miles per hour off the pace.


Jonathan Murray will win the pole.


Going down the backstretch, it's already looking like a superspeedway race.


John Alexander has a problem and has to pit, he will continue a few laps down.


Here's something you don't see everyday, Ricky Sellers running in the top half of the field, I guess you do need swag to do well in races.


Speaking of backmarkers, here is Taylor Kent running in the back like always.


Lap 7 and it's still a pretty close race. 


On that note, Brenda Riggs, pretty much the queen of Street Stocks, is leading.


Jeff Whitney is the newest leader in the race. His season has been less than stellar.


Ricky Sellers is now in 10th. This is truly a superspeedway race.


Mike Malone is having an awesome season. One win and possibly a dark horse for the title.


Ray Lawler on the other hand, has fallen off the face of the earth after his win at Colorado. The Texan isn't one to give up though.


Kerry Rodriguez has a problem and falls out of the race.


Wilson Timothy's day is not as expected, running in the lower half.


Three Wide among the leaders. The field is also starting to become more spread out as well.


Here's how spread out the field is. 


Ray Lawler is trying to get his season back on track by leading.


Jeff Whitney his the apron...


...gets into Jeff Little...


and a wreck ensues.

One problem. THERE WAS NO CAUTION.


While this happened, Curtis Smith, Jr leads.


While the front pack is broken up, the lower half is still pretty much together.


Charles Gilbert hits the apron...


...and there goes the field.

CAUTION 1 Lap 38


Mark Thompson goes for a wild ride.





It also seems that Danielle Wood is a punching bag all of a sudden.


While this happened, Jeff Whitney falls out of the race.


After a 10 minute red flag to clear the track, Taylor Kent has trouble, and we'll be left with a 8 lap shootout.


Restart lap 43 and Jonathan Murray leads.


Mike Malone goes beast mode into turn 1 and takes the lead.


But Curtis Smith, Jr takes the lead back.


Dave Hanson blows up.


And so does Ricky Sellers and Aaron Singer.


Two laps to go and it seems like it's going to a fight to the finish.


White Flag, lapped car might be in the way.


Lapped car wouldn't be a factor as Mike Malone takes his second win of 2013.


Results
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1st through 20th

21st through 29th
21 16 62 W Timothy -12L 38 0 100 Camshaft 
22 19 59 M Thompson -12L 38 0 97 Valve 
23 18 79 D Wood -12L 38 0 94 Accident
24 29 28 T Kent -12L 38 0 91 Engine 
25 28 36 T Bayne -13L 37 0 88 Accident 
26 11 51 J Alexander -18L 32 0 85 Clutch 
27 2 26 R Lawler -21L 29 6 87 Clutch 
28 20 48 E Lexar -28L 22 0 79 Gearbox 
29 12 020 K Rodriguez -31L 19 0 76 Valve

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East


West

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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Thu Dec 19, 2013 4:40 am

The ARLA Street Stocks East makes a stop at Lime Rock Park for their only road course race of the season.

Spoiler:


Evan Lexar starts on the pole with Erica Tackett on the outside.


Coming into turn 1...uhh Evan?






Good job on wrecking yourself and Tackett in the first turn bonehead.


Wilson Timothy doesn't make it much further and takes himself out of the race.


Aaron Singer blows up. This has been a really strange lap 1, and we're not even 5 turns in yet.


Tristan Bayne is the final lap 1 fatality.


Taylor Matthews has made her way to second in her home race. She finished behind her brother Ryan in the Truck race earlier this spring. She brought it home in 5th, and right now she's topping that.


Unfortunately, The Racing Team wasn't in the lap 1 fiasco. This is their first race back after being barred from racing Charlotte for being too slow.


Charles Gilbert leads his first race this season. His season has been mediocre at best, which is something not usually seen from the former champ.


Frank Azzaretto is having a record day in 4th place. The Bristol polesitter has had a abysmal season so far this year.


Taylor Matthews has caught up to Gilbert, but passing is tough here, so she has to do some planning to make her move.


Evan Lexar is still on the track despite the first turn fiasco.


Taylor Matthews has the best chance to pass Gilbert...


...But Jim Thompson ruins it for her.


Matthews is right on Gilbert's rear bumper, but is she able to make the move?


It seems Matthews is terrible in the last part of the track, and Gilbert is slowly pulling away...


...TROUBLE FOR THE LEADER! Charles Gilbert has a puncture and will not make it back around, this gives the lead to...


...Taylor Matthews. Charles Gilbert must be screaming inside as his race just crumbled, and Taylor Matthews is probably doing the same thing, but for a different reason.


Here's something else, Frank Azzaretto is now in second, and I think has enough to at least get around Taylor Matthews.


Frank is setting her up for a pass....


..but it's too late as Taylor Matthews takes home the victory at her hometrack!

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Taylor Matthews extends her points lead, and with two races left, can anybody make a big enough charge?
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by PackerMan71 on Thu Dec 19, 2013 6:07 pm

TACKETT DOESN'T MINCE WORDS ABOUT LEXAR'S FIRST TURN MOVE

After qualifying 2nd for the ARLA Street Stocks East 7th round of the season at Lime Rock, Erica Tackett saw an opportunity to perhaps close in on the East Division points lead.

Unfortunately, her ambitions were killed by polesitter Evan Lexar's boneheaded move in turn 1 on the first lap of the race, in which he came over into Tackett, sending both cars off the track. Tackett was done for the day, but Lexar continued on for an 8th place finish, the first car one lap down. Needless to say, Tackett was absolutely seething following the incident.

ERICA: What the hell was that idiot thinking, trying to cut me off in the first freaking turn? I could understand that if we were fighting for the lead late in the race, but on the first lap? That's just plain stupid. I hope the officials do something about it, because that kind of driving can get someone killed one of these days. What also sucks is that we may have been taken out of contention for the championship, all because some idiot decided that blocking on the first lap was a good idea.

Tackett drops to 6th in the East points standings, 90 points behind leader Taylor Matthews.
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by RyanB06 on Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:26 pm

Spoiler:
Matthews defends home turf, wins at Lime Rock:
Experience counts.

So too, does a little bit of luck.

At the Joe Tree and Lawn Care Dash held at Lime Rock Park, Taylor Matthews had a lot of the former and a little of the latter. The result was her first career victory.

"I'm so excited, I can't stop shaking!" Matthews said. "To win on my home track is really special. I thought I wasn't going to get it there for a second, with Frank (Azzaretto) going like crazy there at the end. I'm just glad he raced me cleanly."

The victory allowed Matthews to extend her points lead to 40 with two races before the National Championship race, the Rockford 75.

"If you told me I'd be in this position at the beginning of the season I'd have laughed," she said. "I had two fantastic people who taught me how to be a better race car driver: my brother Ryan and my late sister-in-law Tiffany. I owe this win to them, and I want to dedicate this win to her memory."
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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Fri Dec 27, 2013 12:21 am

Spoiler:

Hometown heroine and master of Street Stocks Brenda Riggs started on pole and led 30 laps before her suspension gave out. After her retirement, Sara Carlisle pretty much walked away with the win.



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Post by Theman81 on Mon Dec 30, 2013 5:00 pm

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Re: ARLA Street Stocks East and West (Rockford race is up)

Post by navycook75 on Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:32 am

Spoiler:


Evan Lexar takes home his second win at Grand Detour after a vicious battle with Mark Thompson the closing laps.


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Taylor Matthews still holds a 15 point lead over Evan Lexar, and coming into the final race for the East, these two are the only ones with a reasonable chance to win the championship.
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Post by navycook75 on Mon Jan 20, 2014 1:55 am

The Western end of Street Stocks took a stop at the Karl's Superstore of Riverside for the penultimate event.
Spoiler:


Ray Lawler would take the pole with Jeff Whitney on the outside. Whitney was not too happy about being beat by Lawler, as his remarks were, well, not safe for work.


Coming off turn 2. Whitney is pinching the hell out of Lawler.


And Whitney completely dumps Lawler!



Lawler waited for Whitney to come back around so he could give him "Hook 'em Horns" hand gesture, while Whitney replied with the bird. There's a reason why I can't get into college rivalries.


Brenda Riggs would lead on the restart.


Kerry Rodriguez is taken out by Jeff Little.



This is probably going to be a long one.


Points leader Bradley Carlisle is having a very strong run. His sister Sarah won the Buffalo Downs race last month.


Justin Slade is having a very strong run. The part time Lets Player is planning on coming back next season, could he finish this year out with a win?


Here is Sarah Carlisle running outside the top 5. She won Buffalo Downs after favorite Brenda Riggs suffered a problem.


Speaking of Brenda Riggs, she's getting passed by Justin Slade. Riggs has so far gone winless in Street Stocks, which is unheard of considering her resume.


Brenda isn't giving this up without a fight!


Bradley Carlisle will take the lead from Riggs.


Taylor Kent, what are you doing?



Good job, you took out a potential winner.


Bradley Carlisle will lead on the restart.


And Sarah Carlisle will put Jonathan Murray in the wall.


Yep, called it.

I just hope the Elite Series race isn't like this.


Carlisle will still lead on the restart.


Justin Slade is still in second, but can he get past him?


Curtis Smith, Jr gets hooked by John Alexander.



What's with Texans and tire barriers today?


Restart on lap 56.


and after an uneventful final 16 laps, Bradley Carlisle will win at Riverside!

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Points
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Bradley Carlisle has the points lead coming into the final race in Iowa.
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Post by navycook75 on Tue Feb 04, 2014 3:36 am

The East Season finale at Milwaukee. Taylor Matthews has the points lead by 15 points over Evan Lexar. Will she keep it? Find out now.

Spoiler:


Taylor Matthews does her championship hopes good by winning the pole. Evan Lexar does his good as well by starting third.


Green flag is out for the final East race!


Evan Lexar won Lakeland and Grand Detour earlier in the year and is looking to back it up with a championship.


Jim Thompson could be a factor for the championship as he is slow as usual.


Tristan Bayne has had a terrible year. 6 DNF's in 8 races. He is showing that despite his bad luck he can run up there.


Bayne is looking for the lead.


And here is Jim Thompson holding up the leader. Taylor Matthews is NOT happy at all and a penalty may come depending on how much Thompson does this.


He finally lets her go, but she falls down the order.


Tristan Bayne still holds the lead despite this mess.


The Racing Team isn't much of a problem to Bayne...


Not so much to everyone else. Thompson has been given another warning for not moving over for the leaders.


Erika Tackett is doing well in second. The Lake Erie winner is proving that her win was no fluke.


Taylor Matthews is slowly coming back after being held up by The Pacing Team.


Speaking of The Pacing Team. Yep, he's getting a penalty after this race is over.


Here's the better Thompson running second. The Bowman-Gray winner hasn't had much luck after his win, but he is having a very strong run.


Wilson Timothy isn't having a good day. His season altogether isn't that great.


Lewis Duran is hungry like the wolf and is trying to pass Mark Thompson. Aside from his second place at Lakeland, he's been anonymous.


Pardon my language, but get the fuck off the track.


Went better than expected, but nobody is happy.


Caution is out for Wilson Timothy having problems. Like I said, he has had a not so great season.


Jim Thompson finally drops out. Great times were had.


Restart on lap 48.


Taylor Matthews has moved up to forth. Evan Lexar is nowhere to be seen.


Danielle Wood is impressing. Her pink car has been unusually unnoticeable this year.


Up to third now. Still no sign of Lexar in the top 10.


In what was a very calm race, Mark Thompson pick up his second win of the season.

But the question remains, who is  the 2013 ARLA Street Stocks East champion?
From Hartford, Connecticut, driving the #6 Lycoia for Matthews Development...

Congratulations Taylor Matthews for winning the 2013 ARLA Street Stocks East championship!

Results
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Points
Spoiler:


Obviously Taylor Matthews won the championship, but after being held up by The Racing Team, Evan Lexar's hopes shattered. Lewis Duran's anonymity did him good in third. Former champ Charles Gilbert finished 4th, and Jacob Wesley winds up fifth.
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Post by navycook75 on Thu Feb 06, 2014 2:38 am

The West series goes to Iowa for their finale, Bradley Carlisle has the points lead by 10 points, can anybody pass him?

Spoiler:


Kerry Rodriguez starts on pole with Curtis Smith, Jr on the outside.


Bradley Carlisle is already going to the front.


Sara Carlisle is running in second behind her brother...


..and her gearbox goes. That sucks for her.


Jeff Whitney started in the back after wrecking Ray Lawler at Riverside last month.


Caution 1: Justin Slade pushes up into Jeff Little.







Jeff Whitney slams the wall hard.


He got out under his own power.


Dave Hanson blows up under caution.


On the restart, Kerry Rodriguez pulls down to the apron, why he didn't go into the pits, I have no clue.


Restart on lap 12. Carlisle still leads.


Jonathan Murray makes his way to the lead...


...and it seems he wants to take out his championship competitor.


The Stewards won't be happy with this one.


Under the caution, the two backmarkers blow up.


Kerry Rodriguez's day goes from good to bad to worse as he has trouble as well.


Restart on lap 18, Carlisle still leads.


Justin Slade works his way to second and is trying for the lead.


John Alexander passes Slade for the lead.


Then Jeff Little goes for it.


Then Three Wide for the lead. This is becoming a good race.


Ray Lawler gets loose and almost causes a wreck.


Justin Slade once again goes for the lead.


Slade gets the wall a bit, I don't think it's going to affect him though.


Bradley Carlisle gets into Ray Lawler.



They manage to save it.


Little reads on the restart.


Once again Slade goes for the lead.


John Alexander goes for the lead. He's having an awesome day today.


Final Caution. Bradley Carlisle once again gets into a wreck. It's like he doesn't want to win the championship.







Alexander leads on the restart.


Jeff Little has a problem and has to pit.


Slade once again goes for the lead.


But gets passed by Alexander once again.


They almost wreck and they save it.



Slade, the part-time Lets-Player on Youtube is starting to have a pretty good final half of the season.


They're still going at it. Alexander takes the lead once again.


Once again.


It's pretty much safe to say Carlisle has this championship.


Alexander has to pit! Heartbreaking for him as he was contending for the win.


Nearest competitor is Mike Malone, and he is slightly falling back.


Justin Slade holds on to win at Iowa!

As for the West Champion, from Davenport, Iowa, driving the #2 Tremwell for BSC Motors...

Congratulations on Bradley Carlisle for winning the 2013 ARLA Street Stocks West championship!

Results
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Points
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Bradley Carlisle wins the title, Jonathan Murray finishes second, Dave Hanson third, Justin Slade forth, and Mike Malone fifth.

Now on to Rockford.
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