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Digital Race Day - 7 June 2014

MOUNT TAMAPAIS SPEEDWAY

 

Fly Classics
1st:
Carter Collins - 80.7 Laps - Porsche 908
2nd:
Nate Katz - 80.3 Laps - Porsche 908
3rd:
Tim Roberts - 79 Laps - Porsche 917
4th:
Steve Cleere - 72.5 Laps - Porsche 917K
5th:
Glen Schneiderman - 67.5 Laps - Ford GT40

 

Trans Am
1st:
Carter Collins - 159 Laps - BMW M1 (Sideways)
2nd:
Steve Cleere - 157 Laps - BMW M1 (Sideways)
3rd:
Nate Katz - 151 Laps - BMW M1 (Fly)
4th:
Tim Roberts - 142 Laps - BMW M1 (Fly)
5th:
Glen Schneiderman - 139 Laps - Capri II Turbo (Fly/Sideways)

 

Race Day - 12 April 2014

Black Point Raceway

 

Late 60s Sports & Prototypes 1965 - 1969
1st:
Carter Collins - 120 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)
2nd:
Nate Katz - 118 Laps - Ford GT40 (NSR)
3rd:
Glen Schneiderman - 116 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)
4th:
Steve Woodard - 111 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)
5th:
Tim Roberts - 110 Laps - Ford GT40 (SLOT.IT)
6th:
Dennis David - 106 Laps - Porsche 908 (Fly/Slot.it)
7th:
Steve Cleere - 105 Laps - Porsche 907C (SRC/NSR)
8th:
Evan Woodard - 101 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)
9th:
Jeff David - 99 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)
10th:
Steve Ussery - 95 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)

 

Group 5 1966 - 1982
1st:
Nate Katz - 159 Laps - BMW M1 (Sideways)
2nd:
Carter Collins - 157 Laps - BMW M1 (Sideways)
3rd:
Glen Schneiderman - 151 Laps - BMW M1 (Fly)
4th:
Jeff David - 148 Laps - Porsche 937 (Sideways)
5th:
Tim Roberts - 142 Laps - BMW M1 (Fly)
6th:
Steve Cleere - 139 Laps - Capri II Turbo (Fly/Sideways)
7th:
Evan Woodard - 136 Laps - Capri II Turbo (Fly/Sideways)
8th:
Dennis David - 136 Laps - Capri II Turbo (Sideways)
9th:
Steve Woodard - 135 Laps - Porsche 935K3 (Fly/NSR)
10th:
Steve Ussery - 110 Laps - Lancia beta Montecarlo (Sideways)
11th:
Ernie Laureno - 108 Laps - BMW M1 (Sideways)

 

Digital Race Day - 22 March 2014

Mount Tamapais Speedway

 

Late 60s Sports & Prototypes 1965 - 1969
1st:
Carter Collins - 92 Laps
2nd:
Evan Woodard - 80.9 Laps
3rd:
Nate Katz - 80.6 Laps
4th:
Steve Woodard - 78 Laps
5th:
Glen SCHNEIDERMAN - 65.5 Laps

 

Group 5 1966 - 1982
1st:
Carter Collins - 92 Laps
2nd:
Evan Woodard - 82 Laps
3rd:
Nate Katz - 78.5 Laps
4th:
Steve Woodard - 76 Laps
5th:
Glen SCHNEIDERMAN - 77 Laps

 

Race Day - 1 March 2014

Redhill Raceway

 

Late 60s Sports & Prototypes 1965 - 1969
1st:
Carter Collins - 136.7 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.It)
2nd:
Nate Katz - 136.3 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.It)
3rd:
Steve Cleere - 133 Laps - Porsche 908C (SRC/NSR)
4th:
Tim Roberts - 128.9 Laps - Ferrari P4 (Scaley/Slot.It)
5th:
Max Rossmassler - 128.5 Laps - Ford Mk IV (NSR)
6th:
Steve Woodard - 118 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.It)
7th:
Evan Woodard - 112 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)
8th:
Ernie Laureano - 109 Laps - Ford GT40 (Fly)

 

Group 5 1966 - 1982
Lap Totals not Available
1st:
Nate Katz - BMW M1 GP5 (Sideways)
2nd:
Carter Collins - BMW M1 GP5 (Sideways)
3rd:
Steve Woodard - Porsche 935K3 (Fly/NSR)
4th:
Steve Cleere - Porsche 935K3 (Fly/Sideways)
5th:
Tim Roberts - BMW M1 GP4 (Sideways)
6th:
Evan Woodard - Capri II Turbo (Fly/Sideways)
6th:
Tim Roberts - BMW M1 GP4 (Sideways)
7th:
Ernie Laureano - Ferrari 512BB (Sideways)
8th:
Max Rossmassler - Lancia Beta Turbo (Sideways)

 

Race Day - 22 February 2014

Black Point Raceway

 

Late 60s Sports & Prototypes 1965 - 1969
1st:
Carter Collins - 155 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.It)
2nd:
Nate Katz - 146 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.It)
3rd:
Steve Woodard - 144 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.It)
4th:
Tim Roberts - 140.8 Laps - Ford MKIV (NSR)
5th:
Evan Woodard - 140.2 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.it)
6th:
Steve Cleere - 135 Laps - Porsche 908C (SRC/NSR)
7th:
Ernie Laureano - 134 Laps - Ford GT40 (Slot.It)

 

Group 5 1966 - 1982
1st:
Nate Katz - 149.3 Laps - BMW M1 GP5 (Sideways)
2nd:
Carter Collins - 149.2 Laps - BMW M1 GP5 (Sideways)
3rd:
Tim Roberts - 142 Laps - BMW M1 GP4 (Sideways)
4th:
Evan Woodard - 134 Laps Capri II Turbo - (Fly/Sideways)
5th:
Ernie Laureano - 130 Laps - Ferrari 512BB (Sideways)
6th:
Steve Cleere - 128 Laps - Porsche 935K3 (Fly/Sideways)
7th:
Steve Woodard - 124 Laps - Porsche 935K3 – (Fly/Slot.it?)

 

Race Day - 18 January 2014

Black Point Raceway

 

Late 60s Sports & Prototypes 1965 - 1969
1st:
Mike Garcia - 162 Laps (NSR Ford P68)
2nd:
Carter Collins - 161 Laps (Slot.IT Ford GT40)
3rd:
Glen Schneiderman - 155 Laps (Slot.IT Ford GT40)
4th:
Nate Katz - 152 Laps (NSR Ford GT40)
5th:
Tim Roberts - 147 Laps (Slot.IT Ford GT40)
6th:
Steve Cleere - 143 Laps (Ford GT MkIV )
7th:
Dennis David - 142 Laps (Fly/Slot.IT Porsche 908)

 

Group 5 1966 - 1982
1st:
Mike Garcia - 122 Laps (Sideways Lancia Beta Turbo)
2nd:
Glen Schneiderman - 109 Laps (Fly BMW M1)
3rd:
Steve Cleere - 108 Laps (Sideways Capri II Turbo)
4th:
Nate Katz - 107 Laps (Sideways BMW M1)
5th:
TIM ROBERTS - 106 Laps (Fly BMW M1)
6th:
Carter Collins - 106 Laps (Fly BMW M1)
7th:
Dennis David - 97 Laps (Sideways Capri II Turbo)

 

Race Day - 11 January 2014

Boopiejones Motorsport Park

 

Late 60s Sports & Prototypes 1965 - 1969
1st:
Mike Garcia - 52 Laps (NSR Ford P68)
2nd:
Glen Schneiderman - 47 Laps (Slot.IT Ford GT40)
3rd:
Nate Katz - 46 Laps (NSR Ford GT40)
4th:
Dennis David - 43 Laps (Fly/Slot.IT Porsche 908)
5th:
Steve Cleere - 38 Laps (Slot.IT Ford GT40)
6th:
Ernie Laureano - 38 Laps (Resin/Slot.IT Ferrari 312P)
7th:
Paul Cattrone - 31 Laps (Fly Porsche Carrera 6)

 

Group 5 1966 - 1982
1st:
Mike Garcia - 69 Laps (Sideways Lancia)
2nd:
Glen Schneiderman - 65 Laps (Fly BMW M1)
3rd:
Nate Katz - 60 Laps (Sideways BMW M1)
4th:
Dennis David - 56 Laps (Sideways Capri)
5th:
Steve Cleere - 55 Laps (Sideways Capri)
6th:
Ernie Laureano - 48 Laps (Flyslot Ferrari 512BB)
7th:
Paul Cattrone - 45 Laps (Fly Lancia)

 

 

 

 
 
 

Moments ...

in Slot Car History

Strombeck-Becker from Moline, Illinois, started by Swedish immigrants as recycler of scrap wood. In 1922 they started to produce wooden toys. In 1961 Dowst acquired the hobby division of Strombeck-Becker, hired 14 designers, and retooled its factory to facilitate production of car-and-track sets.

 

Sales of the toys, which were marketed under the name Strombecker, jumped from 20,000 to 500,000 sets by 1963. With slot cars now comprising the firm's main source of revenue, Dowst Manufacturing changed its name to Strombecker Corporation. Originally the company offered two scales, 1/24 and 1/32. The production of the 1/24-scale models was ceased in 1964 and the company concentrated on the 1/32 home market.