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Jmfosnaught

Member Since 21 Oct 2003
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In Topic: Newer "SS Chassis" stock car, #73

28 December 2017 - 11:09 AM

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In Topic: Newer "SS Chassis" stock car, #73

07 December 2017 - 04:44 PM

This car was built specifically to run at Lernerville. The owners eventually didn't go that route due to their decision to continue running open engines.

In Topic: Steel Valley Pro Stock Nationals June 16th Event - Payout & Race Format

14 November 2017 - 10:01 PM

Here's an opinion from a guy who has been involved with stock cars for years...the payout structure is very important, but being a part of a show like this weighs heavy with most, if not all, the stock car guys. That's why this series has had great car counts. The payouts for normal series events are also a bit top heavy but guys travel for those because it's great to be a part of. We competed in more than a few events this year, with the series, and will continue to do so in 2018. The Laboon race pays a quarter of this show and usually pulls approximately 50-60 cars (and that's no knock on that show, it's become a very prestigious event to be a part of...with a great pay structure). I see no reason that this $10,000 to win, top heavy race, shouldn't get even more support. Stock car guys appreciate these big shows and what the Penn Ohio series has become. This division has great drivers, fans and family's of those drivers. That is why this event will have the support regardless of the payout structure.

(Jason F, driver of the Tristani #73)

In Topic: Quick Results 10.14.17: Bowser Takes Stampede Title; Lux Bests Lates; King Jr...

18 October 2017 - 06:53 PM

Just wanted to let someone know that there might be an issue with the track scales. We rescaled tonight to make sure we didn't have an issue, on our end. The car was 9 lbs heavier than need be versus the 10-20 lbs light that we were shown at the track. That's a 20-30 lbs difference. We except the result but needed to let it be known there could be a problem that needs to be looked at. Thanks!

In Topic: Lernerville

18 October 2017 - 05:08 AM

That's not true, the average mod in usmts runs no smaller then 415. The 8" tire don't make em dangerous either. And they ain't heavy, 2400 pounds I didn't think was heavy. They run really close lap time to late models down at batesville and I'm sure they are really close to em at lernerville. Closer then big blocks and sportsman.


"Emod" lap times, at Lernerville, for the whole Stampede weekend were just about the same as the Open Sportsman/Stock cars. They were not as close, to the late model times, as you might think. I just looked through the "Race Monitor" app to verify.