Results

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Standings 2014

2013 | 2014 | 2015

 

2013 | 2014 | 2015

 


Group 5 Series R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7   +/- Points Wins
Nate Katz 13(11)2121 1321   -- 89 3
Carter Collins -71616 2116   -13 76 1
Glen Schneiderman 1616-- 913   -35 54 -
Steve Cleere 913711 -7   -42 47 -
Mike Garcia 2121-- --   -47 42 2
Tim Roberts -9139 -9   -49 40 -
Evan Woodard --117 165   -50 39 -
Steve Woodard --513 113   -67 32 -
Ernie Laureano 7-95 -1   -67 22 -
Dennis David 115-- -4   -69 20 -
Jeff David --- --11    -78 11 -
Paul Cattrone 5--- --   -84 5 -
Max Rossmassler ---4 --   -85 4 -
Steve Ussery ---- -2   -87 2 -
                  
                  
                
Late 60s Series R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7   +/- Points Wins
Carter Collins -71010 1010   -- 47 4
Nate Katz 5(4)77 57   -16 31 -
Glen Schneiderman 75-- 35   -27 20 -
Mike Garcia 1010-- --   -27 20 2
Steve Woodard --52 44   -32 15 -
Tim Roberts -344 -3   -33 14 -
Steve Cleere 3225 -1   -34 13 -
Evan Woodard --31 71   -35 12 -
Dennis David 41-- -2   -40 7 -
Ernie Laureano 2-11 --   -43 4 -
Max Rossmassler ---3 --   -44 3 -
Paul Cattrone 1--- --   -46 1 -
Jeff David ---- -1   -46 1 -
Steve Ussery ---- -1   -46 1 -
                  
                

Moments ...

in Slot Car History

In 1958 the Mabuchi Industrial Co., Ltd. was established with the goal of manufacturing small electric motors. In April 1963 A small electric motor (FT type) is developed, and is sold for use in model racing cars. Open frame motors by Pitmann and others would soon be replaced by cheap can motors from Japan. Mabuci produced 250,000 MOTORS per day in the mid-sixties.

In order to gain more performance the armature was rewound with heavier gauge wire. Other improvements included improved endbell material, better brushes, springs, cans and magnets. a small industry led by Ron Mura and Champion of Chamblee, would develop around the customization and aftermarket parts for these simple motors.