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Old 08-04-2012, 07:09 AM   #1
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Crane Cams V8Stockcar @ Charlotte Aug. 18, 2012

Charlotte Aug. 18, 2012 Registration is open:

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Old 08-04-2012, 07:15 AM   #2
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2011 Charlotte Crane Cams V8StockCar Class Winners:

Race 1

V8GT1 Zach Monette

V8GT2 Michael Attaway

V8SPO Larry Hoopaugh

V8GTA Randy Walker

Race 2

V8GT1 Zach Monette

V8GT2 Michael Attaway

V8SPO Larry Hoopaugh

V8GTA Tom Graham
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Old 08-17-2012, 06:41 AM   #3
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The summer break is over, and the Crane Cams V8 StockCar racers are ready to get back in action. Charlotte Motor Speedway, the historic track designed and built by Bruton Smith and his partner, Nascar legend Curtis Turner, will be the venue. The "Daylight into Dark" SCCA regional races will be sanctioned and manned by the fine folks of the Central Carolina's Region SCCA. The V8 races will have two thirty minute sprint race, one Saturday morning, and the other at seven pm Saturday night, running under the lights.
Some thirty V8 racers are expected including the Monette Racing Group, which features last years overall winner Zach Monette in his diabolical Trans Am Mustang. Family Patriarch, Bob Monette has his own wicked V8 GT-1 Camaro and daughter Paige Alexander will be wheeling her silver C6 Corvette. In addition, teammate Mike Kelly will compete in his C6 Corvette. Charles Wicht will be on hand in his super quick Rocketsports Corvette, Ray Cocoziello in his C5 Corvette and CMP runner up Wayne Cabaniss in a C4 Corvette. Clint Thomas will bring out his fast, winged Monte Carlo to do battle as well.

In the V8 SPO class, expect a good fight between Willie Mullins in his Bugsy's Automotive Monte Carlo, Lee Arnold in the V8StockCar.com Monte Carlo and Mickey Wright in her Ford Fusion.

In the V8 GTA class there is no telling who might come out on top as many former winners will be on hand including Bobby and Roger Reuse, Butch Kummer, Ron Fariss, Ricky Sanders, Bob Davis and more.
In V8 GT2, CMP winner Miles Barefoot looks to add to his win total in his Porsche 911. Barefoot will be challenged by Dan Schlickenmeyer in his Mustang, Robert Hayschack in a FFR Cobra and Andre Balanc in a C5 Z06 Corvette


The event will be a spectator event and those wishing to take in the action need only to present themselves at SCCA regsistration on Saturday morning to pick up credentials.
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The summer break is over, and the Crane Cams V8 StockCar racers are ready to get back in action. Charlotte Motor Speedway, the historic track designed and built by Bruton Smith and his partner, Nascar legend Curtis Turner, will be the venue. The "Daylight into Dark" SCCA regional races will be sanctioned and manned by the fine folks of the Central Carolina's Region SCCA. The V8 races will have two thirty minute sprint race, one Saturday morning, and the other at seven pm Saturday night, running under the lights.
Some thirty V8 racers are expected including the Monette Racing Group, which features last years overall winner Zach Monette in his diabolical Trans Am Mustang. Family Patriarch, Bob Monette has his own wicked V8 GT-1 Camaro and daughter Paige Alexander will be wheeling her silver C6 Corvette. In addition, teammate Mike Kelly will compete in his C6 Corvette. Charles Wicht will be on hand in his super quick Rocketsports Corvette, Ray Cocoziello in his C5 Corvette and CMP runner up Wayne Cabaniss in a C4 Corvette. Clint Thomas will bring out his fast, winged Monte Carlo to do battle as well.

In the V8 SPO class, expect a good fight between Willie Mullins in his Bugsy's Automotive Monte Carlo, Lee Arnold in the V8StockCar.com Monte Carlo and Mickey Wright in her Ford Fusion.

In the V8 GTA class there is no telling who might come out on top as many former winners will be on hand including Bobby and Roger Reuse, Butch Kummer, Ron Fariss, Ricky Sanders, Bob Davis and more.
In V8 GT2, CMP winner Miles Barefoot looks to add to his win total in his Porsche 911. Barefoot will be challenged by Dan Schlickenmeyer in his Mustang, Robert Hayschack in a FFR Cobra and Andre Balanc in a C5 Z06 Corvette


The event will be a spectator event and those wishing to take in the action need only to present themselves at SCCA regsistration on Saturday morning to pick up credentials.
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The summer break is over, and the Crane Cams V8 StockCar racers are ready to get back in action. Charlotte Motor Speedway, the historic track designed and built by Bruton Smith and his partner, Nascar legend Curtis Turner, will be the venue. The "Daylight into Dark" SCCA regional races will be sanctioned and manned by the fine folks of the Central Carolina's Region SCCA. The V8 races will have two thirty minute sprint race, one Saturday morning, and the other at seven pm Saturday night, running under the lights.
Some thirty V8 racers are expected including the Monette Racing Group, which features last years overall winner Zach Monette in his diabolical Trans Am Mustang. Family Patriarch, Bob Monette has his own wicked V8 GT-1 Camaro and daughter Paige Alexander will be wheeling her silver C6 Corvette. In addition, teammate Mike Kelly will compete in his C6 Corvette. Charles Wicht will be on hand in his super quick Rocketsports Corvette, Ray Cocoziello in his C5 Corvette and CMP runner up Wayne Cabaniss in a C4 Corvette. Clint Thomas will bring out his fast, winged Monte Carlo to do battle as well.

In the V8 SPO class, expect a good fight between Willie Mullins in his Bugsy's Automotive Monte Carlo, Lee Arnold in the V8StockCar.com Monte Carlo and Mickey Wright in her Ford Fusion.

In the V8 GTA class there is no telling who might come out on top as many former winners will be on hand including Bobby and Roger Reuse, Butch Kummer, Ron Fariss, Ricky Sanders, Bob Davis and more.
In V8 GT2, CMP winner Miles Barefoot looks to add to his win total in his Porsche 911. Barefoot will be challenged by Dan Schlickenmeyer in his Mustang, Robert Hayschack in a FFR Cobra and Andre Balanc in a C5 Z06 Corvette


The event will be a spectator event and those wishing to take in the action need only to present themselves at SCCA regsistration on Saturday morning to pick up credentials.
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Old 08-17-2012, 07:10 AM   #4
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SCCA 2012 Daylight into Dark
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V8 Racers as of 8/12
V8GT1
7 Ramin Cocoziello RED 1991 CHEVROLET CORVETTE GT1 QUARTERLY RACING
25 Mike Kelly Red 2010 Chevrolet Corvette C6
28 Paige Alexander Silver 2006 Chevrolet Corvette Optech Monette, LLC
35 Bob Monette Blue 2000 Chevrolet Camaro OPTECH
39 Paul Arey Black 2005 Chevy Monte Carlo Performance Auto Works
75 Charles Wicht red/black 2010 Chevy C6 Corvette ROLEX DEALERS of the KEYS/CCP/ALL-SAFE
99 Zach Monette Black 2006 Ford Mustang Optech Monette, LLC
V8GT2
9 Robert Hasychak Red 1965 FFR Cobra CSRS
45 George Corso Red 2003 Nissan 350Z murrayauto.com, HD Radio, Humane Society of Broward County
01 Andrej Balanc Black 2001 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 The Pampered Chef
71 Dan Schlickenmeyer white/yellow 1993 Ford Mustang Griggs Racing, Nitto tire, Bath County Collision
42 Miles Barefoot blue 1993 porsche 911 Albion Associates
V8SPO
5 William Mullins Blue\silver 2009 chevrolet Impala bugsysauto.com
8 Bobby Kennedy black 2011 Chevy camaro Kennedy Kars/V8StockCar.co
17 Tad Segars blk/siver 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix kimrey racing/ SmithLivi
22 Ken Morgan Blue/Red/White 2008 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Morgan Lumber Company
52 Doug Sanders Yellow 2002 Chevy Monte Carlo Baucom Motor Sports
76 Wayne Cabaniss yellow 1996 chevrolet corvette None
0 Lee Arnold Black 2010 Chevy Impala V8Stockcar.com
06 Mary Wright Blue 2009 Ford Fusion Competition 101 Driver Developement
V8GTA
1 Bob Davis wh/blu 2008 chev monte carlo aqua pros pools and spas
2 Ronald Fariss Black 2007 Chevy Monte Carlo Biometic
11 John Morgan Black/White 1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Morgan Lumber Company, Inc.
19 Ricky Sanders Black 2005 Chevy Monte Carlo PITBOXES.COM/RACETRAILERSAL
21 Randy Walker Red 2010 Chevy Camaro
57 Butch Kummer Red 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo B.K. Racing / Crane Cams / V8SC.com
63 Michael Attaway White/Red 2003 Chevy Monte Carlo
88 Roger Reuse Black/Orange 2010 Chevy Camaro WCIParts.com
89 Bobby Reuse Black/Yellow 2010 Chevy Camaro WCIParts.com
95 James Matheson Red\White 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix Matheson-Ball & Associates
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Old 08-23-2012, 07:48 AM   #5
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Old 08-23-2012, 03:55 PM   #6
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Thrills and Spills at Charlotte

The Crane Cams V8 StockCar Series returned to famed Charlotte Motor Speedway for round five of the 2012 season. Last years double winner Zach Monette was again looking to be the class of the field putting his Monette Racing Group Ford Mustang V8 GT-1 on the overall pole Saturday morning with a 1:14.164 on a very slick track. Surprisingly, Ricky Sanders grabbed the second overall and first V8 GTA spot in his PitBoxes.com Monte Carlo with a 1:16.341 effort. Ricky, no stranger to high speed ovals is a former Nascar Nationwide and Craftsman Truck Series competitor. The Monette Racing Group grabbed the third spot in the order with Zach's sister Paige Alexander clocking a 1:16.758 in her Optech Monette Corvette. Paul Arey in his Performance Auto Works Olds Cutlass and Clint Thomas in his Living on the Edge/R12 winged Monte Carlo rounded out the top five overall. Ken Morgan nabbed the top spot in V8 SPO in his Morgan Lumber Monte Carlo with Dan Schlickenmeyer besting the V8 GT2 field in his Griggs Racing/Nitto Tire Mustang.

The group lost CMP V8 GT2 winner Miles Barefoot in qualifying when he got loose in turn 3 and backed his Albion Associates Porsche 911 into the armco during his qualifying run.

Race 9 of the Crane Cams V8 Series lit off at 12:54 with polesitter Zach Monett rocketing away from the field in his Optech Monette Mustang. Only three laps into the event, Ken Morgan got loose in his Monte Carlo and impacted the jersey barrier on the outside of turn 1. Morgan ricocheted off the wall blocking half the entry into one. Ricky Sanders following close behind and with no where to go hit Morgan hard. John Morgan was next giving Sanders a head on shot. Willie Mullins dodged left to avoid the pile up, forcing Bob Monette into the jersey barrier on the left. Monette's Camaro impacted with the left front sending the left front wheel twenty plus feet into the air according to witnesses. Luckily no one was seriously injured, but the raced was red flagged as the workers began cleaning up the mess. In all, a half dozen cars were damaged sufficiently to retire them from the weekend. As the clean up took more than a half hour, the race was called with the rest of the field sitting on pit row.

The race stewards scored the race by going back to the last lap before the crash. Zach Monette was credited with the overall and V8 GT-1 win, with V8 GTA winner Roger Reuse second and Bob Davis (V8 GTA) third.
Ken Morgan got the V8 SPO win despite taking home a totaled racer. Ray Cocoziello took second in V8 GT-1 in his Corvette with Randy Walker and Butch Kummer next in their V8 GTA rides. Williamsburg, Virginia's Dan Schlickenmeyer bested the V8 GT2 field with Dainton Brooks and Robert Hasychak rounding out the top three in the class.

The V8 Series race ten started around 8 pm under the lights with Zach Monette again on the pole with a quick 1:13.184 with a fast improving Paul Arey along side him at 1:13.902. Paige Alexander had picked up about 2 seconds from her morning effort in her Corvette, clocking a fine 1:14.552.

When the green flew, Monette, Arey and Alexander left the rest of the field in their wake. All three were running their best laps of the weekend. Arey was never more than a couple car lengths back in the opening laps with Alexander less than a second back of him. Ray Cocoziello (V8 GT-1 Corvette and Tad Segars (V8 SPO Monte Carlo were waging a fine battle for the fourth and fifth overall spots. Butch Kummer was on fire in his number 57 V8 GTA Monte Carlo running stronger than he has in more than a year. Ricky Sanders started shotgun on the field in his back up V8 GTA Monte Carlo and was flying through the field in search of the fleeing Kummer. Brooks and Schlickenmeyer were having a good go in their V8 GT2 entry's with the duo rarely more than a few feet apart.

About half way through the race, Alexander had a tire go down in the front straight, she appeared to just kiss the outside wall coming to a rest just off the track. Paige's day was done, but she impressed those in attendance with her speed and tenacity. Up front, Monette was beginning to pull out a couple second lead over Arey when suddenly he suffered the same fate as sister Paige, in nearly the same spot. Arey quickly took the point and was unchallenged to the checker. Ray Cocoziello ran solidly in his first V8 Series race and came home second overall and second in V8 GT-1. In V8 GTA Sanders finally caught up to Kummer who was just beginning to fade just a bit. Sanders got by and held on for the win with Kummer second. Roger Reuse took the final spot on the podium, with Randy Walker fourth and Bobby Reuse fifth.
Tad Segars got the win in V8 SPO in his Kimrey Racing/Smith Living Group Monte Carlo with maybe his strongest performance to date. Doug Sanders came home second with Mickey Wright third. Dan Schlickenmeyer just edged Brooks before the checker to again take the V8 GT2 win with Robert Hasychak third.

The Crane Cams V8 Series wishes to thank the Central Carolina Region and their workers for the great job they did hosting the event.

Next up for the V8 racers is Homestead Miami Speedway on September 15 & 16.
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