2016 PCC Cup: Race 7: Mansfield

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2016 PCC Cup: Race 7: Mansfield

Post by Syzygy on Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:08 pm



Race Results:
F S # DRIVER INTERVAL LAPS LED POINTS STATUS
1 1 4 I Michaels 112.983 250 220* 185 Running
2 3 66 J Jefferson -3L 247 2 175 Running
3 11 5 B Atkins -4L 246 0 165 Running
4 8 969 J Myatt -R- -5L 245 0 160 Running
5 37 91 S Burkhart -6L 244 0 155 Running
6 4 3 T Delgado -7L 243 0 150 Running
7 20 6 B Worthington -9L 241 0 146 Running
8 9 71 A Phillips -9L 241 0 142 Running
9 24 89 JC Carpenter -10L 240 0 138 Running
10 19 116 T Matthews -10L 240 0 134 Running
11 41 37 K Blackwater -10L 240 0 130 Running
12 40 94 D Cobb -11L 239 0 127 Running
13 38 14 D Kensington Jr. -12L 238 0 124 Running
14 16 2 I Durbin -15L 235 0 121 Running
15 23 52 L Jacobs -16L 234 0 118 Running
16 21 70 H Wheatfarmer -R- -18L 232 0 115 Running
17 17 03 E Mira -19L 231 0 112 Running
18 27 157 C de Santa -25L 225 0 109 Running
19 31 21 D Chaiter -27L 223 0 106 Running
20 30 81 L Jones -35L 215 0 103 Running
21 12 27 J Fisher -45L 205 0 100 Retired
22 39 93 S Peterson -55L 195 0 97 Running
23 32 111 B James -71L 179 0 94 Running
24 15 34 A Lambert -72L 178 0 91 Running
25 10 76 W Crawford -74L 176 17 93 Retired
26 7 65 B Juveno -81L 169 5 90 Camshaft
27 29 92 L Scurry -85L 165 0 82 Tire
28 35 12 G de Sousa -91L 159 0 79 Retired
29 36 155 J Hewitt -94L 156 0 76 Susp
30 13 50 C Benson -141L 109 0 73 Piston
31 5 28 AJ Murphy -168L 82 6 75 Accident
32 14 085 M Contey -170L 80 0 67 Accident
33 6 82 C Lester -170L 80 0 64 Accident
34 18 73 A Terry -171L 79 0 61 Accident
35 2 67 V LeBouef -172L 78 0 58 Retired
36 26 10 D Leckliter -172L 78 0 55 Accident
37 25 47 R Markley -175L 75 0 52 Retired
38 34 911 J Kirkpatrick -177L 73 0 49 Accident
39 33 912 T Keating -188L 62 0 46 Retired
40 22 16 S Whullen -191L 59 0 43 Retired
41 42 04 S Yakovski -212L 38 0 40 Accident
42 28 05 S Anderson -R- -212L 38 0 37 Accident
Driver's Points
Team Points:
1. Manticore Engineering - 542 +1
2. Paloma Autosport - 521 -1
3. Team Ben Atkins - 463 +2
T4. Clason Enterprises - 442
T4. Griffith Motorsports - 442 -2
6. Johnson Racing - 441 +1
7. Australian Motorsports - 416 +1
8. ROG Motorsports - 409 +1
9. Double B Motorsports - 406 -3
10. Nice Coq Racing - 379 +2
11. Stephans Racing - 364 -1
12. Lucas Motorsports - 346 +2
13. ZakkTek Motorsports Team - 344 -2
14. Accelerator Motorsports - 326 -1
Rookie of the Year:
1. HJ Wheatfarmer - 83
2. Mark Burt - 69
3. Jerry Myatt - 65 +2
4. Sapphire Anderson - 63
5. Barney Ward - 56 -2
6. Kiuga Hakai - 43
7. Akio Gifu - 39

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Re: 2016 PCC Cup: Race 7: Mansfield

Post by Electric Wolf on Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:14 pm

Spoiler:
Disappointment on the face of Casey Lester was about the easiest emotion to decipher as he exited his totaled #82 Snickers Calton-Morel Nova, finishing 33rd after completing 79 laps of 250 in the Mansfield GP. The former Cup Series competitor had high hopes coming into the event after finishing 6th in his Tier 1 race and, therefore, starting 6th in the race. He has one more Cup attempt and a PCC Europe event on his calendar, but a solid result at one of the biggest events in the series would have done a lot of good for his confidence.

"Just sucks. We spent so much work this weekend on the setup to get it right and go the distance, but backmarkers had other plans for us. Just hate it for the guys on this 82 team. A.J. [Murphy] was caught up not too far after, I saw, so that's a bad day at the shop for the whole group. Nothing's set in stone for Cleveland yet, but it's all up to the team. They gave me a great car and it was fun before Kirkpatrick and his guys got in the way. Onto the next one, I suppose."

Barry Juveno declined any media personnel following his retirement due to engine expiration, apparently yelling loudly at his crew in the garage before tossing his helmet at several members of his crew standing in the garage area and abruptly leaving the track. It is unknown if Stephans Racing will issue any discipline for this.

"Not quite what I had in mind," 18th-place Lenny Jacobs told a very small scrum of about three reporters. "...tell you what, there's hardly a soul on that racetrack today who was happy with the race, but I'll settle for a finish outta today. That was HARD. The lap guys were really slow, slower than I've seen in quite some time. Maybe it's just how small Mansfield is. Paloma shows every week why they're one of the best by keeping it together when it matters and yeah, that tire went down, but there was a bit of debris and stuff everyone ran over. Ours happened to get the right front. The crew behind me always keeps this machine running and hopefully, we can get ourselves a win pretty soon."

Debutante Austen Terry was also not available for comment after he plowed into the same wreck that claimed Daniel Leckliter, Casey Lester, A.J. Murphy and Matt Contey. His father Don did not appear too impressed and probably just took back his credit card or something so Austen can't buy more Red Bull and flatbrim hats.
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Re: 2016 PCC Cup: Race 7: Mansfield

Post by UndyingLight on Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:29 pm

Derrike Chaiter's debut:
Derrike Chaiter, of Brisbane, Australia managed to squeak his way into the most prestigious event of Mansfield. He would start deep in the field as he would make his way in from the third qualifier.

Pre-race press release from Chaiter: "Aye lads, I am happy to be here. I had a whale of a time qualifying for this here race, and I am hopeful for this one. I am a bit wary however, I be keeping my head cool as I know that this race will be very attrition filled.
If I keep my head clean and clear, I will likely gain some points and some traction to get my name known in this series." He then would go on to say "I 'ave to tell you all. I am very excited for this race, but it worries me slightly these speeds we're taking on a small oval and no cautions. Not only would a wreck cause you a wail of issues, there are no cautions which will see for debris littering the track and many cut tyres....that'll send you miles out of the pack. I wish everyone the best luck out there. Wish me luck as well....we're going green in ten."

Derrike Chaiter's car would be slow immediately, and it was clear that he would have no chance keeping up with the leaders, but it was also apparent that he would have to stay strategic and carefully slither and slink his way through the chaos of wrecked cars left and right, dreadfully slow lapped cars, and the impending next lap down.

Chaiter had a couple close cars as cars seemed to wreck right around him or in front of him and he went many, many laps down but he would pursue his task in front of him with a comfortable amount of steam and finish 19th on his debut.

"That was one of the most wreck filled races I have ever been in..." he began post race.

"How many wrecks were there? It felt like every other lap I be circling around and there'd be another wreck. Wreck after wreck and no cautions with some serious wrecks I thought....debris littering the track mates...it is a literal miracle that I be in one piece and no tyres lost. There be several close calls. I nearly got involved in several accidents...aye."

"It certainly was not helped by those brutally slow lapped and chaos-battered cars. I, too, was a lapped car, but I was being kind and cautious. There be a whole bunch of stupidity with this race. Lads, this be by far the worst, most vein-bulging race I have ever partaken in. It was fun as hell, but I be still not likin' it. I be unsure whether or not I will come back to this track if they do not do cautions again. Good bloody hell..."

Obviously displeased with officials he then went on with a little bit of caress in his word choice "Even if this race be horrendous, I be proud of my result and the driving by some here. There were several great passes and racing out there and I do have to give props to me bud, Michaels. Well done out there, lad." he said. "Even if I be confused on this here race, I more than likely will show up here again, but I be no more happy with no cautions!"

Derrike Chaiter, who has a career in TMMC wants to also start one here. You'll potentially see him back at the next one-off event. See you there!



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