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Old 09-12-2013, 08:10 AM   #1
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Crane Cam V8Stockcar @ Daytona Sept. 28-29, 2013

2013 Crane Cam V8SC @ Daytona Registration:
http://www.dlbracing.com/default.aspx?view=1

Weekend schedule:

Friday, Sept. 27, 2013
4:30 pm - 8:00 pm Registration/Tech
7:00 pm Hooters V8 Pre Race Social

Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013
7:00am - 10:30am Registration/Tech
am 20 min Practice/Qualifying
12:00 pm Lunch Drivers Meeting
pm V8Stockcar Race 1 - 7 laps
5:30pm SCCA Social Event

Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013
8:00am 15 min. Hardship warm up
V8Stockcar Race 2 - 7 laps


Notes: V8 series is race group 5
Daytona entry fee $200
Sunday we should race around 10:30 am.
There is a third SCCA race Sunday afternoon and that will not have V8 points.

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Old 09-13-2013, 07:44 AM   #2
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Pre- Race entries as of 9/12/13
Group 5
2 GT1 Steve Kenny yellow 1997 chevy camaro
7 GTA Squeak Kennedy yellow 2005 ford taurus V8StockCar.com/ Kennedy K
11 SPO Robert Stanford Black 2010 Dodge Challenger Zenith Aviation
12 SPO Jeff Hinkle blue 2008 dodge / penske charger
13 GTA Gary Burnette red/yell/purple 2004 chevrolet monte carlo I SWEAR RACING
16 GT1 Tom Keleher Silver 1995 Chevrolet Camaro Bottlejack Racing Group
17 SPO Tad Segars blk 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix kimrey racing/ Southern Coney
24 SPO R.P. "Bosco" Logsdon Yellow/Black 2010 Chevrolet Corvette V8StockCar.com/BEMCO
25 SPO Eric Servick white and green 1994 chevy lunima Weather Control A/C
28 SPO Bobby Kennedy black 2011 Chevy camaro Kennedy Kars/V8StockCar.com
29 GT1 Dillon Machavern Blue 1963 Ford Falcon Heritage Automotive / UniFirst / Cran
58 GT3 Doug Lawhorn White 1972 Porsche 911 Troysport
62 GTA Hall Robertson White/Red 2002 Chevy Monte Carlo Farner Barley Associates
75 GT2 Charles Wicht Red 2012 Ford Mustang PMS Motorsport- CCP-All-Safe
80 SPO Rod Hatfield Red 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Budweiser
82 GT2 Ernest Wilding Silver 1995 BMW M-3 FAS Windows & Doors
87 AS David McCauley red 1991 ford mustang MCCAULEYS TAVERN
95 GTA James Matheson Red\White 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix Matheson-Ball & Associates
99 GTA Gene Paul Blue 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Zoltan's Garage
01 SPO Robert Veschi Yellow/Black 2012 Ford Mustang VisitInmate.Com
08 GT2 Keith Goldin Black 2010 Mazda RX8 Goldin Brothers Racing
119 GTA Lee Arnold Red/Black 2005 Chevy Monte Carlo V8Stockcar.com
151 SPO William Mullins Purple/Lime Green 2007 Ford Fusion Crow Wing Recycling/Bugsysauto.co
163 GTA Michael Attaway White/Red 2003 Chevy Monte Carlo SEPI
173 GT2 Mark Griffith Orange 1973 Porsche 911 RSR Troysport
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:55 PM   #3
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High Flying at Daytona

The Crane Cams V8 StockCar Road Racing Series returns to the high banks of Daytona International Speedway September 28 and 29 running with the Central Florida Region SCCA. Some thirty plus big nasty's are expected including class point leaders Dillon Machavern (V8 GT-1) Heritage Motorsports Ford Falcon, Tad Segars (V8 SPO) Kimrey Racing Monte Carlo, Randy Walker (V8 GTA) Walker properties Camaro and Randy Kinsland (V8 GT-2) CrossRoads Motorsports Corvette.

This weekend the V8 Series will remember one of its best friends and supporters, Mike Covello of Crane Cams and Daytona Nissan. Mike passed away last month after suffering a heart attack while competing in his Nissan at Daytona International. Mike was instrumental in putting Crane Cams and V8 StockCar together a couple years ago. In honor of Mike, all series cars will sport a decal with Mike and his Nissan racer depicted. The Central Florida Region SCCA will have a special memorial race dedicated to Mike on Sunday for the Improved Touring group.

In the V8 GT-1 expect a shootout between talented youngsters Dillon Machavern and his Tommy Riggins built Falcon and Nick Hazelwood in the Pancho Weaver built Corvette of Hammer Magnum Racing. Dillon won the Eastern GT-1 national title for 2013, and Hazelwood was our V8 GT-2 champ in 2012. Hazelwood is ready to make some noise with his ride now powered by a fresh Lee Schwartz/FlowTech SB2. Tom Keleher in the T&T Camaro, and Bob Stanford (Challenger) and Rob Veschi (Mustang) will challenge for podium spots.

In V8 GT-2, Keith Goldin in the Goldin Brothers Racing RX8 will be tough on a track where he has multiple race wins and plenty of miles including several Rolex 24 hour events in the same car. With his V8 GT-1 Corvette out of action for a bit, Charles Wicht will bring out his V8 GT-2 Mustang to do battle. "Bosco" Logsdon will be in the Bemco Corvette which has also performed well at Daytona.

V8 SPO should have some action as points leader Tad Segars will be tested by Willie Mullins in his fast ARCA Ford Fusion and Jeff Hinkle in an ex Penske Nascar Cup Dodge.

In V8 GTA, Squeak Kennedy will try to keep his streak alive, as he has won six out of six SCCA GTA races in the past twelve months in his Bemco Ford Taurus. Kennedy has twenty appearances in the Rolex 24 hours and few racing have logged as many miles at Daytona. Randy Walker intends to give Kennedy a test in his Howe Racing built 2011 Camaro. Walker is a two time series champion in the class. Other regulars out to make a mark are; Hall Robertson in the Farner Barley Monte Carlo, Gary Burnette, Mike Attaway, and Gene Paul also all of which will be in Monte Carlo's.

The Daytona event will be the last before our finale at the American Road Race of Champions at Road Atlanta in November. There our four class champions will be crowned.

The V8 series thanks it partners, and they are: Crane Cams, SCCA, Central Florida Region SCCA, Porterfield Enterprises, LG Motorsports, Howe Racing, PitBoxes.com, GoPro, RaceTalkRadio.com, Sunoco, Hoosier, Goodyear, FiveStar, RaceCar Engineering, RacingJunk.com, Roehrig-Enders, GrassRoots Motorsports Magazine, SafeRacer and Roush Yates Performance Parts.
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Old 09-20-2013, 08:26 AM   #4
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Guest Pass Info:

Registration will be held adjacent to the turn one tunnel entrance. This area can be accessed via gate 40, off of Williamson Road.

Passes: Guests of the region may purchase their VIP pass at the SCCA registration/membership window for $5 Guests & crew must
arrive while registion is open.
Fri. 4:30pm-8:00pm
Sat.7:00am-10:30am
Sun.7:30am-9:30am

Provions: The Speedway gas station and concession stand will be open.
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Old 09-30-2013, 08:36 AM   #5
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Daytona Race 11 Results 2013

pos no. competitor V8 Class
1. 29 Dillon MacHavern - V8GT1
2. 01 Nick Hazelwood - V8GT1
3. 28 Bobby Kennedy - V8GT1
4. 51 William Mullins - V8SPO
5. 0 Lee Arnold - V8SPO
6. 69 Raymond Webb - V8GT1
7. 12 Jeff Hinkle - V8SPO
8. 41 Randy Kinsland - V8GT2
9. 101 Robert Veschi - V8GT1
10. 08 Keith Goldin - V8GT2
11. 13 Gary Burnette - V8GTA
12. 11 Tad Segars - V8SPO
13. 25 Eric Servick - V8SPO
14. 99 Gene Paul - V8GTA
15. 82 Ernest Wilding - V8GT2
16. 157 Charles Lee - V8GT1
17. 21 Charlie Branham - V8SPO
18. 8 Rod Hatfield - V8SPO
19. 173 Mark Griffith - V8GT2
20. 58 Doug Lawhorn- V8GT2
21. 56 Mike Rudolph - V8GT2
22. 7 Squeak Kennedy - V8GTA
23. 59 Vern Smith - V8GTA
24. 1 Robert Stanford - V8GT1
25. 16 Tom Keleher - V8GT1
26. 2 Steve Kenny - V8GT1 DNS

Daytona Race 12 Results 2013

pos no. competitor V8 Class
1. 29 Dillon MacHavern - V8GT1
2. 01 Nick Hazelwood - V8GT1
3. 51 William Mullins - V8SPO
4. 28 Bobby Kennedy - V8GT1
5. 69 Raymond Webb - V8GT1
6. 0 Lee Arnold - V8SPO
7. 11 Tad Segars - V8SPO
8. 41 Randy Kinsland - V8GT2
9. 8 Rod Hatfield - V8SPO
10. 7 Squeak Kennedy - V8GTA
11. 101 Robert Veschi - V8GT1
12. 12 Jeff Hinkle - V8SPO
13. 25 Eric Servick - V8SPO
14. 99 Gene Paul - V8GTA
15. 82 Ernest Wilding - V8GT2
16. 157 Charles Lee - V8GT1
17. 21 Charlie Branham - V8SPO
18. 56 Mike Rudolph - V8GT2
19. 58 Doug Lawhorn - V8GT2
20. 173 Mark Griffith - V8GT2
21. 13 Gary Burnette - V8GTA
22. 08 Keith Goldin - V8GT2
23. 59 Vern Smith - V8GTA
24. 1 Robert Stanford - V8GT1 DNF
25. 16 Tom Keleher - V8GT1 DNS
26. 2 Steve Kenny - V8GT1 DNS
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Machavern, Mullins and Kinsland pick up Double Wins at DIS

by Bosco
Dillon Machavern, Willie Mullins and Randy Kinsland had impressive performances at Daytona this past weekend with all three taking home double wins at the Crane cams V8 StockCar points race with the Central Florida Region SCCA. Machavern the talented college freshman from Charlotte, Vermont was wheeling the family GT-1 Falcon that was constructed by his father's longtime racing partner, Tommy Riggins. DMac, as he is known, was cutting his first laps at Daytona, but you would never have guessed, as he immediately seemed at home on the high banks where his dad Dave has had so much success.

Willie Mullins was also fast from the get go in his Pitboxes.com V8 SPO Ford Fusion, the ex Robby Gordon ride displayed a good balance of speed, handling and braking in the hands of the veteran Fredericksburg, Virginia driver.

North Carolina's Randy Kinsland solidified his LG Motorsports V8 GT-2 class points lead in his CrossRoads Motorsports prepared Z06 Corvette with another strong performance.

The racer's were greeted with some unexpected inclement weather as a storm rolled in from the Atlantic Saturday morning and then just pretty much sat over the speedway until after lunch. The rain left most of the group unwilling to take to the track in the conditions. Nine brave souls did however, and they were led by Kinsland and Machavern who would make up the front row. The rest of the group took their spots based on their appearance on the grid. first come, first served.

Race one of the weekend went off under overcast conditions, but with no rain present. The track was dry, save for dampness in a few corners. At the green, Machavern's big horsepower advantage instantly consumed Kinsland's Corvette and he led into one and was fleeing away from the group at an alarming rate. From the back, Nick Hazelwood, (V8 GT-1 Corvette), Bobby Kennedy (V8 GT-1 Camaro) and Ray Webb (Dodge Charger) were on the move. Hazelwood the 2012 V8 GT-2 champ was now shoeing the V8 GT-1 Corvette of Hammer Magnum racing. Hazelwood's first lap of the race was his first ever DIS lap as he did not take to the track for qualifying. Kennedy was driving the underpowered, yet still very fast Bemco Camaro.

Hazelwood quickly moved through the field to take over the second overall spot, while Kennedy slipped past Mullins for third. Ray Webb moved to challenge Lee Arnold to try and take over the fifth overall spot. Squeak Kennedy was leading the V8 GTA group initially before succumbing to tranny issues, allowing Gary Burnette to inherit the top spot in the class.

Jeff Hinkle was moving up in his ex Kurt Busch Penske Dodge, and while Randy Kinsland had slipped back in the overall order in his V8 GT-2 Corvette he was holding off the charge of Keith Goldin in his fast ex Rolex GT Mazda RX8.

At the checker, Machavern crossed the line some forty plus seconds ahead of second place finishing Hazelwood. Bobby Kennedy grabbed the third spot in the surprisingly quick LS powered Camaro built by Woody Wood at Bemco Fabrication. Fourth overall and first in V8 SPO was Willie Mullins in the Bugsy's Automotive/Crow Wing Recycling Ford Fusion. Lee Arnodl grabbed the fifth spot and second in V8 SPO in the V8stockCar.com Impala. Ray Webb held off Jeff Hinkle for sixth, with Kinsland (V8 GT-2), Rob Veschi (V8 GT-1 Mustang) and Keith Goldin next. Gary Burnette came home eleventh and first in V8 GTA. Tad Segars finished twelth overall and fourth in V8 SPO, giving him valuable points towards the class championship. Segars has a comfortable lead going in to the ARRC at Road Atlanta.

The skies had cleared for Sunday's morning race, and the grid was ordered by Saturday's race results. The front row would be Machavern and Hazelwood with Kennedy and Mullins right behind. When the green dropped, Machavern again pulled away from the field but it was immediately evident that Hazelwood and Hammer Magnum Racing had found something as they were now lapping several seconds faster than the day before. The same could be said for Mullins as he quickly used his big power to get around Kennedy. Willie and his Ford were now cutting laps in the 1:54's a mark that few big Nascar cars have reached. Kennedy had also improved and was clicking off his fastest laps ever. Ray Webb was pushing Kennedy in his big Dodge, with Arnold and Tad Segars battling for class position. It was looking like it would be a good battle for the V8 GT-2 honors between Kinsland and Keith Goldin, but on lap five Goldin got tangled with Gary Burnette's stock car resulting in some serious damage to the left front of the Mazda.
Squeak Kennedy was leading the V8 GTA contingent despite battling brake issues.

Dillon Machavern and the Falcon were first to the checker with a comfortable lead over Hazelwood and the Corvette. Mullins had put on a clinic for the other stock cars racers, coming home third overall. Bobby Kennedy was fourth in the Bemco Camaro with Webb Arnold and Segars next. Eighth overall and first in V8 GT2 was Randy Kinsland in his C5 Corvette. Rod Hatfield in his ex Dale Jr. Bud stock car had found a lot of speed as compared to Saturday's race and came home ninth overall with V8 GTA winner Squeak Kennedy tenth. Rob Veschi and his Nascar Nationwide Mustang also improved considerably, slotting in the eleventh overall spot. In all twenty seven cars took the green with only one actually registering a DNF.

Next up for the group is the season finale, the American Road Race of Champions at Road Atlanta. Going into the ARRC, the class point leaders are as follows
Porterfield Enterprises V8 GT-1: Dillon Machavern
LG Motorsports V8 GT-2: Randy Kinsland
PitBoxes.com V8 SPO: Tad Segars
Howe Racing V8 GTA: Randy Walker


The V8 series thanks it partners, and they are: Crane Cams, SCCA, Central Florida Region SCCA, Porterfield Enterprises, LG Motorsports, Howe Racing, PitBoxes.com, GoPro, RaceTalkRadio.com, Sunoco, Hoosier, Goodyear, FiveStar, RaceCar Engineering, RacingJunk.com, Roehrig-Enders, GrassRoots Motorsports Magazine, SafeRacer and Roush Yates Performance Parts.

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