Friday night had 15 entries in the weekly Nascar class. 7 amateurs started the main, with Roman Ruiz jumping out to an early lead. Chris Alden tried to keep it close, but a broken guide sent him to the pits for a segment. This was a rougher race than normal, but Roman steered clear of the wrecks and cruised to victory. Jim Nelson, and pre teen Tristan Hyde joined him on the podium.
8 experts were on hand, including Roman getting some valuable race time with the expert group. Bill Clemans set fast time at a 4.44, just shy of the track record. Don’t be surprised if that record falls this week. Aaron Roed led the first 3 segments, until the motor expired during the fourth segment. Bill would have won this race even if I did’t have motor issues. Lee got back in the mix in the middle part of the race, but it was all Clemans tonight. Best appearing, fast time, and the win, not a bad night, probably had the fastest glue car too!!!!
Racing again this Friday night at 7pm. Bill looks to make it 3 in a row, but we hope to at least make it difficult for him. Roman will have his car back in action, continuing to grow as a racer. (he’s moving forward at a rapid pace) Look for Chris Alden to be up at the front again, as the last 2 weeks mechanical issues have set him back. Jim Nelson looks to find the top of the podium as well.