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July 01, 2010
Baer Brakes' Speed-Stop Challenge proved one of the more difficult events to master. The idea was that you launched from a dead stop, accelerated, and then came to a stop inside a 50-foot box at the end of the run. If you stopped too soon or blew through the back of the box, you got a big fat DNF. With only three shots allowed, some drivers just couldn't find the right spot to slam on the brakes. Here, James Shipka launches on his way to a 14.246 second run. As evidence of how tough this event was, David Pozzi ran the same car but placed far lower with a 14.977, showing that timing was everything in this event.
Baer Brakes' Speed-Stop Challenge proved one of the more difficult events to master. The i
Mathews piloted the '69 DSE Test Car in the Vendor class where he took the top spot in all three events. If you look at the overall times, Mathews dominated with Second place on the road course, Second at the autocross, and First in the Speed-Stop Challenge. This is what happens when you put a great driver into a killer car!
Mathews piloted the '69 DSE Test Car in the Vendor class where he took the top spot in all
In news that's not going to surprise anyone, Mary Pozzi posted the fastest autocross time of the day with a tire-blistering time of 40.258 seconds. More surprising was that she laid down the fifth fastest time on the road course with a 1:53.81 lap. That put her in contention for the overall win, but she couldn't get in the groove for the Speed-Stop Challenge and only managed a 15.361 best time.
In news that's not going to surprise anyone, Mary Pozzi posted the fastest autocross time
Brian Finch came out all the way from Nashville, Tennessee, to run in the sun. His Second place overall road course run (Fifth overall), Third place finish in the autocross (Sixth overall), and First place in the Speed-Stop Challenge (Third overall) helped Finch barely edge out David Pozzi for the overall win and title of "King Of The Coast."
Brian Finch came out all the way from Nashville, Tennessee, to run in the sun. His Second
With Licata's Black Betty Z28 out of the action, he jumped into TCI's '68 Camaro where he managed a 1:57 flat on the road course and third fastest overall at the autocross with a 40.458-second run. Sal Solorzano of TCI later put down a 14.278 in the braking challenge driving the '68.
With Licata's Black Betty Z28 out of the action, he jumped into TCI's '68 Camaro where he
And the Pozzi winning streak continued with David Pozzi laying down the fastest road course time. With a best lap of 1:49.88, he was only a few seconds off the Porsche Carrera GT supercar that put down 1:44.190. This, combined with his strong showing in the autocross (40.729 seconds), put him in the lead to win the overall for the open class. Unfortunately he suffered the same fate as his wife, Mary, in the Speed-Stop Challenge, and it cost him the "King of the Coast" title.
And the Pozzi winning streak continued with David Pozzi laying down the fastest road cours
Pro-touring.com founder Larry Callahan brought his Motiv8tor Camaro out for the day. Callahan is still battling a few gremlins, one of which led to a small oil fire on Friday that was extinguished by a quick-thinking Mary Pozzi. By Saturday, the mess was cleaned up and Callahan was back on track turning in a 2:08.320 on the road course, 47.198 on the autocross, and a 15.307 in the Speed-Stop Challenge.
Pro-touring.com founder Larry Callahan brought his Motiv8tor Camaro out for the day. Calla
Whenever we run into Long Beach, California, resident Chad Ryker, he's piloting his '68 and wearing a big grin. His ZZ4 350 small-block only puts 280 horses to the rear wheels, but all that seat time paid off with a very respectable 2:04.08 on the road course.
Whenever we run into Long Beach, California, resident Chad Ryker, he's piloting his '68 an
Sarkis Ashteokenyan didn't want to jack up his fresh paintjob, so he broke out the blue tape and went to town on his '67 RS. In fact, if the car's color was a bit lighter or the tape a bit darker we may not have even noticed.
Sarkis Ashteokenyan didn't want to jack up his fresh paintjob, so he broke out the blue ta
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