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World Challenge: Round 8 & 9 Mid Ohio

Cunningham All the Way for Mid-Ohio GTS winPeter Cunningham, of Milwaukee, Wis., captured his record 37th series win Saturday, taking the GTS class win in the first half of the Optima Batteries Mid-Ohio Grand Prix Presented by GameStreamer at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Nick Esayian, of San Diego, Calif., and Devin Cates, of Broad Run, Va., completed the top three. After earning his record 38th pole position, Cunningham scored a record-extending 37th series victory leading all the way in his No. 43 Acura/RealTime Racing Acura TSX. It was, however, Cunningham’s first win at Mid-Ohio since 1997.“It’s surprising that it’s been…

Import Face-Off 2010: MD

Text and Photos by Import Face-Off Number one qualifier, Chris Miller, from Long Island, NY had the entire FWD field covered by 9/10ths of a second. To promote competitive drag racing and make the race more interesting, IFO put a $300 bounty on him during the event. Award to be paid to anyone who took him out during eliminations. Chris ended up winning the event, so the bounty has now gone up to $400 to anyone who takes him out at the next IFO he competes at. Forced Induction pro came down to a final with Justin Barnes from Annapolis,…

Import Face-Off 2011: Gainsville, FL

Photos by Cliff Wallace - www.importfaceoff.net 3rd annual Gainesville, Florida IMPORT FACE-OFF: October 16th, 2011 Yet another IFO with increased attendance from all previous years. Thank you to all the fans for the continuous support. Even without a working 2nd gear, David Penton from Winter Haven, FL (black Toyota Supra) won the Forced Induction Pro class running consistent low 10s throughout the day. For a second event in a row, Chris Pena from Winter Haven, FL (green Toyota Supra) won the Forced Induction Sport (Street) class running consistent mid 10s. During the “Beat the Heat” round where the FIS winner…

WaterWerks on the Green 2012

The day was excellent despite about an hour and a half of pouring rain at the beginning of the day. By 9:30am the clouds parted and the sun came out unveiling the gorgeous back drop of Mount Si. (aka Twin Peaks, as Hollywood called it from the 1990’s hit TV show and movie) The early morning rain caused us many challenges throughout the day. Soft ground turned into mud in a few places and we had to reroute traffic and create new entrances. Also the judging for the show portion of the event was re-routed out of the amphitheater. There…