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Short Track Specialist Rule in Aero Series

mcwinbristttwinACSDateline: Wichita, KS
March 17, 2013

The past two weeks have been the domain of “Short Track Ringers” in the Monday Night Aero Thunder Series. Though only one track would be considered a short track, the other was a wide-open 2-mile flat, D-shaped oval.
Two weeks ago, Matt Corliss took the win as the Warriors took to Bristol Motor Speedway. Pole winner, and the driver who led a majority of the 175 laps, -ECT-TJ finished a disappointing 12th place. Corliss did lead the second most laps at 50. The remainder of the Top 5 were: -ECT-ToddTaylor, Ken Hayes, -ECT-W Quack, and -ECT-Mike Scott.
Last week, the Warriors crossed to the left coast and Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. -ECT-TJ rebounded from last weeks uncharacteristic finish outside the Top 10 by winning the pole with a lap of 173.553 mph, then backing it up with a runner-up finish in the 88 lap event. In a race that seen 10 cautions, and ran over a third of its laps under caution, over 20% of the drivers retired before the checkers. At lap 88, it was short-track ringer -ECT-ToddTaylor crossing the line first, and leading the most laps, taking home maximum points. The remainder of the Top 5 were: -ECT-Mike Scott, Ken Hayes, and -ECT-W Quack.
The next race for the Warriors is at Martinsville SBP, followed by a week off for the Easter Break.

Boot is A Challenging Addition

A good crows was on hand, on and off the track as the Warriors of the Monday Night Aero Thunder Series attacked the long version of Watkins Glen for the road course portion of the season. Running the “Boot”, something not done since the F1 days proved to be a challenge.
7 of the 12 starters finished the race, marred by broken gears, motors, and some close encounters of a barrier type. Leading 20 of the 32 laps, OGR Outlaw took his second straight Aero victory, besting second place, -ECT-REDCHEVY by over a minute. The reaminder of the Top 5 were: Ken Hayes, -ECT-BAmbroceo, and -ECT-FDIESEL95.
The next race for the Warriors is Monday the 10th at Bristol. Gates open at 7:30p easterm, with Qualifying approximately an hour later.

Aero Thunder Champion

Hagler does it again @ “The Rock”

Race #4 for the Aero 88’s moved to the famed old Rockingham Speedway. With a decent field on hand OGR’s Outlaw would grab the pole with a lap of 150.450mph and lead the field to the green flag. ECT’s TJ Hagler would show his muscle late as he went on to win his 3rd race of the season. OGR”s deathcorp was a close 2nd, OGR’s Outlaw was 3rd, 4th went to ECT’s JD Wiley, and OGR’s Brian rounded out the top 5.

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