Division 6 Race at Pacific Raceways – August 2017

Chris had his ’71 Chevelle out for this weekend in Pro Bracket and Paul was giving him a hand. Plus they were helping with Joe Loch’s Top Sportsman Camaro.

Sunday morning Pro Bracket was first out and the air was excellent. Chris ran a solid 10.507 @ 125.83 MPH on a 10.49 dial. Unfortunately, Chris went red by .004-seconds.

There is a curious observation from this weekend, in the left lane Chris had reaction times of .047 & .034.  In the right lane he recorded reaction times of .004, .003 and the -.004 in the first round. Question, is the roll-out equal in both lanes?

Great shot by Robert Fedyk at the August 2017 Divisional at Pacific Raceways


Joe Loch qualified #1 in Top Sportsman again negotiating a tricky track on the top end. In the first round he recorded a personal best MPH running a 6.573 @ 211.73 MPH on his first round bye run! Joe was eliminated in the 2nd round when he was tardy on the tree.

Next out is our ’57 for clutch testing on August 26th. – Roger 


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About Roger

Driver of our '57 Chev, Vietnam veteran (A Troop, 3/17th Air Cavalry Scout helicopter Line Chief and later Cobra Periodic Inspection team leader), retired ASE rated automotive mechanic. Roger became involved in drag racing during his high school days and after his stint in the Army ran E & F/MP [Modified Production] here in Division 6 before switching to bracket racing when the '57 became obsolete for class racing. He often raced at Puyallup, Kent-Pacific Raceways, Bremerton, Portland & the original Mission, B.C. track.
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One Response to Division 6 Race at Pacific Raceways – August 2017

  1. avatar Christopher Young says:

    I should have put my visor down or just went in left lane……

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