After a drivers briefing and heading out onto the track with essentially zero practice, the times began to drop as the sessions went on
Victor Caldarelli Jr. (Lintz Collision Viper) proved to be the dominant factor in TT1 with a 56.977 best lap. The 2nd spot went to Philip Grabow (Element Tuning Scion) and 3rd to where to buy cheap clomid online Michael Oromaner (Mitsubishi). Grabow and we like it Oromaner both had to overcome some early mechanical issues and promised to put up a better fight Saturday.Caldarelli Jr. and his 1 man crew showed their sportsmanship by jumping in to help a fellow competitor who damaged his car in session 1. They also helped another competitor in their own class with his Saturday electrical issues!
In TT2 Daniel Raver (TT2 Agile Automotive Performance Subaru Impreza) held the fastest lap overall for most of generic levitra vardenafil the day, his 55.585 putting him on the top step of the podium followed by Rick MacPherson and Joe Moholland (Corvette). Alan Cohen (Cadillac) and Greg Donnan (Corvette) were fastest in the final session, but it was not enough to catch the http://bmecancer.com/bruising-on-cialis top 3.
Joe Ascoli (Kaizen tuning Mitsubishi) found the conditions to be perfect in session 4 and put down his fastest lap with a 56.498 to Chris Wirth's 58.205. Nicholas Coutu edged out Travis LeMaire for the 3rd and final trophy spot with a 59.384 to the 59.639 of LeMaire. Mike McGinnis found his fastest lap in session 3 with the win in TTU and the overall best time of the day with a 55.287. William Washburn was slightly behind with a 56.851 and it was clear he felt better with every lap.
When Saturday morning rolled around, drivers were greeted with cooler, windier conditions than Friday. In addition, the 100 mile Trans-Am race was to take place between sessions 2 and 3.
The sound of John Walczak's (DSI Global / Lotus of Pittsburgh Lotus Cup) firing up for the first time since his incident on Friday morning brought cheers from his fellow competitors in the paddock. With help from his crew, and that of some other NARRA drivers, it is cheapest prices on generic viagra proof of Walczak's commitment to the series and his desire to buying viagra go on with the show.
In the afternoon, the drivers of the Whelen US Time Trial Championship took to the track in session 3 and attempted to find more speed and grip on a dynamically different racing surface as a result of cialis headaches the long Trans-Am race that had just concluded. Of the ten drivers who attempted the session, only Travis LeMaire (TT3 Subaru) and Grabow would ultimately set their fastest lap in that session. Grabow found himself in 2nd place in TT1 with a 57.106 just behind Caldarelli Jr.’s 56.466. LeMaire produced a 1:00.249, fast enough for 5th in TT3.
William Washburn (TTU) knew his competition was already in the trailer and headed home due to a mechanical issue. This locked him in for 1st place, but he went looking for a sub 55 second lap. Records show his 55.059 in session 2 was his best of the day.
Dan Raver (TT2) could not take any time off from his best lap in the second session and buy viagra china recorded a held onto first place position in class with his earlier time of 55.389. Rick MacPherson (TT2 Finspeed Nissan) likewise was unable to find more time in session 3 and landed in 2nd place.
After discovering the track conditions were not going provide many with an opportunity to go faster and with a very late start time, only a few drivers took the opportunity to go out for one last try in session 4.
John Walczak (TT3), still learning the track after missing so much time, went out looking to improve his position and possibly earn a few more points towards the National title race. With open track space, he had the room to concentrate on viagra buy drug the task at hand. Amazingly he turned in his best time of the entire weekend on his 2nd lap of session 4, turning in a 1:00.777, just shy of the 5th place spot held by LeMaire.
At the end of the day, the drivers of the NARRA Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. USTTC should be congratulated for the way they performed in front of the Trans-Am fans. NARRA sponsors and the teams own sponsors will no doubt benefit from the exposure at this event.
The Lime Rock Park event also marked the buy viagra online final rounds of the NARRA Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. USTTC North Cup. Winners of the Cup took home an additional trophy and a contingency award from our friends at CoolShirt Systems.
The fate of purchasing cialis with next d ay delivery the TTU North Cup changed as a result of this weekend’s event, and Mike McGinnis overtook Leland Blanding for the title. Even with the mechanical issue sidelining McGinnis on Saturday, he earned enough points including his win in class on Friday.
The TT3 North Cup trophy went to Chris Wirth. He needed to www.sascha-kasper.com score points in both rounds to stay ahead of the threat from Joe Ascoli. Wirth, thanks to his car preparations has given him a near flawless season of reliability. Combined with his driving skills he consistently was on the podium.
TT2 was decided before the Lime Rock Round even began, and Greg Donnan took home the North Cup in class. Donnan attended every event of the North Cup including the substitute round at VIR. His currently is in 4th for the National TT2 title.
Victor Caldarelli, Jr. was the winner in TT1. His closest competition, Allen Stieg, was unable to make the rounds at Lime Rock Park. But Caldarelli, Jr. had a large point advantage that would have been all but impossible to overcome.
Philip Grabow went home with $200 from our Hard Charger sponsor, Bad Boyzz Garage. Rick MacPherson was the winner of the AiM Sports Solo data unit from the Saturday morning random draw for the prize.