04/20 Richmond Add-on TSF Trucks Track 04/20 #10 Keith Drawdy TSF Trucks 04/15 Common Track Graphics ARCA Cup Series Mod/Addon 04/15 Common Track Graphics (Original) ARCA Cup Series Mod/Addon 04/15 Common Track Graphics TSF Trucks Mod/Addon 04/15 Common Track Graphics (Original) TSF Trucks Mod/Addon 04/13 #57 Larry Norman TSF Trucks 04/11 !RFM File (GTRL) ARCA Cup Series Mod/Addon 04/10 #033 Bill Holland TSF Trucks 04/09 #14 Tim Kirby TSF Trucks 04/03 #20 Zack Methvin ARCA Cup Series 04/03 #57 Larry Norman ARCA Cup Series
John Richards won at Gateway on Tuesday 04/22 in the 30+ Truck Spring 2014 Series. John Richards led the most laps and proved it was not a fluke by winning a G-W-C finish. Woody Sykes finished 2nd and Rob Cobb edged out current points leader Rob Partridge for 3rd. Good racing guys.
Rob Cobb won at Atlanta on Monday 04/21 in the GTRL Non-Points Series. A fun night of non-points action in Atlanta. The last restart was on lap 33 of this 96 lapper. Everyone had to pit twice setting up the opportunity for 2,4 and even no tire stops. Gary Wilson and Marc Cohn raced up front much of the night and closed out the top five behind Cobb, Richards, and Partridge.
Rob Partridge won at Richmond on Sunday 04/20 in the NSR Nortex Early Bird Series at GTRL. It all started by a mistake when I selected Richmond for the trucks schedule forgetting this was actually an ARCA Cup Track. Comes in Rob Cobb with his magic that made this track raceable for the trucks. Turns out we had an excellent setup resulting in a super race with only two cautions. Rob Partridge took the win, followed by Brian Kenney, Mike Schreiner (a mention of excellence here for someone that does not race ARCA often), John Richards and Rob Cobb completing the top five. Goody's Headache Award goes to Steve Young that smacked the barrels at the entrance of pit road. Great race by all. Next week we are at Kentucky. Happy Easter to all!!!
David Ulmer won at Salem on Saturday 04/19 in the ARAIG ARCA Ultimate Challenge S12 Series. David Ulmer holds on to take victory. Despite leading 199 laps, it wasn't all plain sailing. With 18 laps to go on a long run, a caution fell that enabled him to retain a lead he looked certain to lose. And for the last 7 laps following the restart, he gamely held on despite not having the quickest car at the end of the race.
Picture - back straight, last lap. David Ulmer under all sorts of pressure from Andy Graydon with less than a quarter of a mile to go. As viewed from behind the Scoreboard.
The plan was to test the ARCAX executable with the original cars. However; there would be no restarts in this race to test stop and go penalties. After a spring season of increased caution counts, the field kept it green for 120 laps at Nashville. Bryan Lee freed up his car on a good short-pitting strategy, but couldn't hold off Rob Partridge. The STP Dodge improved with each run and took the lead with 4 to go.