Aug 27 2018

Super Saturday at Pacific

Race number 11, Pacific Raceways, August, cloudy, drizzle, smokey, and a bunch of racers. What could be better. Well, no rain would be better, but we got it done.

Fourteen racers bought in for the Super Saturday and all fourteen paid for the Association race.  It sure makes it easier when it comes to payout time. Arlyn Staiger, Darral Petitt, Derek McMasters, Greg Pessemier, John Theofelis, Joe Kapler, John Collecchi, Tony Arthur, Diane Petitt, Emmett McKillop, Dale Green, Dave Secondi, Dave Thornton, and Mark Gillespie paid their money. After two qualifying attempts and some rain, Darral Petitt was number 1 with an 8.904. Darral gets the award from Snap-On Tools. Thanks to Snap-On Tools for the prize.

The race sponsor was Parker Race Shoppe.

More delay and finally round one. McKillop nails the tree and forces Thornton to a massive break out. Gillespie get a single due to Diane Petitt having engine trouble. Green gets by Pessemier in a double break out affair. Kapler wins when Secondi breaks on the starting line. Arthur trees Staiger and forces him to break out. Darral Petitt wins when Collecchi turns on the red light and McMasters advances over Theofelis in another double break out race.

In round two, McMasters has a stellar .001 light and forces Arthur to break out. Green is a little better on the tree and Kapler breaks out, McKillop wins when Gillespie forget to let go of the button and breaks out 

trying to catch him and Darral has the bye.

Round three action has McMasters with a slight holeshot advantage over Petitt and taking the win light. Green and McKillop match up and Green gets the win light.

In the Final, Green wins when McMasters breaks out.

Congratulations to Dale Green and thanks to the, Parkers Race Shoppe.

Our next race is September 22 and 23 at Woodburn Dragstrip. Remember you can leave your trailer there if you are attending the LODRS the week prior. Only two races left in the season!

Saturday night we will be having chili dogs at my trailer.

Jul 31 2018

Hot Racing at Pacific

We now move to Pacific Raceways for number 10 of the race series. The last time we were here, it rained and rained and rained and the race was cancelled. Not this time, the weather was hot and the racing hotter.  We added the rainout sponsor money to the existing sponsor and had a huge payout available.

It was a Super Saturday at Pacific and eighteen racers showed for the Super race. Only seventeen bought in to our event. Arlyn Staiger, Chuck Linne, Darral Petitt, Derek McMasters, Greg Linne, Greg Pessemier, John Theofelis, Joe Kapler, Steve Radunovich, Kyle Colletti, Tony Arthur, Tom Bachand, Diane Petitt, Emmett McKillop, Dale Green, Mark Loftus, and Mark Gillespie. After two qualifying passes, Mark Gillespie had the number again, 8.901. Mark gets another award from Snap-On Tools. Thanks to Snap-On Tools for the prize.

The race sponsors were C&C Olympic Heating, Kelly’s Auto Repair, and DG Machine.

Let us move to round one. Pessemier used a .000 light for force G Linne to break out more. McKillop won when Bachand red lit. Diane used an 8.900 to get around Green. Gillespie forced Theofelis to break out. Radunovich won over Colletti on a double breakout race. Darral used a much better light to force Kapler to break out. Loftus was closed than Staiger on another double break out race. Arthur overcame a bad light to beat C Linne, double break out again. McMasters got a competition single when Poppleton (not signed up in our race) was a no show.

Round two found Gillespie with the bye. McKillop went .003 to stay ahead of a breaking out Arthur. McMasters went 8.905 to force Pessemier to break out. Darral won a close one with Radunovich, 8.889 to 8.885. And Loftus won when Diane when 8.850 to his 8.882.

Moving things along, we got to round three. Darral won when Gillespie went way red. McKillop went 8.904 to Loftus’s 8.890. And McMasters had the bye.

In the semi final round, McMasters used a holeshot to stay ahead of Darral and McKillop had the bye.

When we got to the final, the sun was doing its normal thing and blinding the racer in the left lane. So, we waited for the sun to drop behind the trees. McKillop was a little bit slower off the line than McMasters and broke out trying to catch him. Derek McMasters is the winner.  Congratulations and thanks to the three sponsors, C&C Olympic Heating, Kelly’s Auto Repair, and DG Machine

Our next race is August 25 at Pacific Raceways. Only three races left in the season!

Jul 24 2018

Mission Raceway Results

Well, where to start. On the one hand, I have to say, I do not enjoy trying to get in to Canada anymore. Yes, once again I had to park the trailer and step inside the border crossing, wait fifteen minutes, and then be told you are free to go. No explanation, no nothing.  Oh well we did get to the track.

Mission Raceway, no bugs on this trip, I think I am glad I did not go to the Division race earlier this year.  On Saturday we had nine racers sign up for our race. Darral Petitt, Josh Schmanke, Tony Arthur, Tom Bachand, Diane Petitt, Emmett McKillop, Dale Green, Mark Loftus, and Mark Gillespie. We got three qualifying passes and Mark Gillespie set the number to beat on the first qualifying pass with an 8.902. No one could get around him, so Mark got the award from Snap Op Tools. Thanks to Snap-On Tools for the prize.

The race sponsor was JA Morris Construction.

First round started about four thirty. Darral used a slightly better light to force Schmanke to break out, Arthur ran closer than Bachand on a double break out race. Diane won when McKillop turned on the red bulb, by .001. Green used a holeshot to force Loftus to break out, and Gillespie got the bye.

Second round found Diane against Gillespie, with Diane having the better light and the better run for the win. Green won when Arthur went too quick and Darral had the bye.

In the semi’s, it was mom and son racing. Mom showed her son how to drag race by having a better light and an 8.906 run to force her son to break out. It was a great race. Then Green, who had the bye, decided to show us all how to do the Super Comp thing, by having a .000 light and running an 8.900.  Myself, I think he should have saved that run for the final.

So, it was final time Diane against Dale. We got called to the lanes, but then had to wait for the sun to get behind the trees. Finally, it was time to race. Diane had a better light and ran closer to take her first Super Comp win. Congratulations to Diane for her first SC win and thanks to JA Morris Construction for the sponsorship. SC racer Tom Papp sponsored a best losing package award for this race and congratulation to Mark Gillespie who won it by losing better than all the others who lost.

Hamburgers and all the fixings were put on Saturday night at the Boley trailer and a good bull session was had the racers.

Sunday morning, we started earlier and there was not as many classes to run. We got one more qualifying session and people tried to get around Gillespie for that #1 spot but couldn’t do it. So, Gillespie was on top of the pile again. Thanks to Snap On Tools for the #1 Qualifier Award.

We added one racer to the mix on Sunday.   Bill Leong, Darral Petitt, Josh Schmanke, Tony Arthur, Tom Bachand, Diane Petitt, Emmett McKillop, Dale Green, Mark Loftus, and Mark Gillespie were the ten who paid for our race.

Race sponsor this day was RPM Automotive.

Things started with Green getting close to the perfect run over Schmanke. Green had a .004 light and went 8.900. Gillespie had a worse light than Leong, but ran closer to take the win, McKillop beat Bachand by using a better light. Arthur holeshot Loftus for the win and Darral paid back his mother by beating her in the opening round.

Arthur won when McKillop red lit, Gillespie had the bye, and Darral moved to the semi’s when Green turned on the red light.

Gillespie got to the final by using a better light to force Darral to break out, and Arthur had the bye.

Final round time. Arthur and Gillespie. Arthur went .025 – 8.891. Gillespie went .036 – 8.890, what a race. Arthur wins and moves closer to the top in the points.  Way to go Tony Arthur, thanks to Mike Shannon at RPM Automotive for the sponsorship.

Our next race is July 28 Pacific Raceways. Only four races left in the season, come get your points!

Jul 05 2018

Bremerton Race Results

It was kind of overcast and it sprinkled a couple of times, but the Association race at Bremerton Raceway went fairly well.  There was at issue early in the day and I thought about the situation and discussed it with several racers during the day. At the Saturday evening awards ceremony, we had a short meeting and discussed it again. A vote was taken and a new rule has been added to the current Association rules. This rule has been added to clarify entry into our races. It is part of rule #2, the addition was: At a standalone race, if a racer stages the vehicle on a qualifying pass, the racer will be on the ladder and the racer MUST pay the entry fee. You can see all the rules, with the changes highlighted, here.

On to the racing. We had sixteen racers qualify for the race. David Thornton, Dave Secondi, Mark Gillespie, Emmett McKillop, Darral Petitt, Josh Schmanke, Greg Linne, Tom Bachand, Chuck Linne, Ty Anderson, Dale Green, John Collecchi, Mark Loftus, John Theofelis, Diane Petitt, and Trevor Harkema were entered in the event. After two session, David Thornton collected the #1 Qualifier Award with a 5.711 on the 5.70 index. Thanks to Snap-On Tools for the prize.

Westbay Auto Parts was the race sponsor.

First round was late due the huge number of cars in the Footbrake Race. McKillop won against Collecchi in a double break out race, C Linne used a hole shot to beat Thornton, Darral Petitt won when Loftus turned on the red light. Secondi won when Anderson rocked out of the start line beams and turned on the red light. Theofelis red lit against Schmanke, Harkema won against Bachand, Gillespie won when Green red lit and Diane Petitt won when G Linne went to quick and broke out.

After a bunch more foot brake racing, we got back to it. Gillespie was the winner when Diane lit the red eye. C Linne finished off the Petitt’s be using a hole shot force Darral to break out. Schmanke won against a slowing Secondi and McKillop moved on against Harkema using a .008 and a 5.694 against a .011 and a 5.689.

More foot brakers – Semi final time. Gillespie overcame a late light to run closer than C Linne and McKillop had a stellar .010 to beat Schmanke.

In the final as the sun was setting, it was McKillop on top with a .002 to Gillespie’s -.001. Congratulations to Emmett for a fine win and thanks to Westbay Auto Parts for the sponsorship. FBN Racing sponsored a best losing package award for this race and congratulation to Chuck Linne won it by losing better than all the others who lost.

A fine feast was put on Saturday night by the Petitt’s and a good bull session was had the racers.

Sunday arrived and more racers showed up. Derek McMasters, Tony Arthur, David Thornton, Dave Secondi, Mark Gillespie, Emmett McKillop, Darral Petitt, Josh Schmanke, Greg Linne, Tom Bachand, Chuck Linne, Ty Anderson, Dale Green, John Collecchi, Mark Loftus, John Theofelis, Diane Petitt, and Trevor Harkema signed up to race. Two qualifying sessions later, there were six racers with a 5.70 something. At #1, was Derek McMasters with a 5.700, then there was 5.705, 5.706, 5.708, 5.708, and 5.709. That is some fine driving.

First round and first race was a doozie. Secondi beat Harkema – Secondi was .005 with a 5.743 and Harkema was .006 with a 5.743. That was close. McKillop hole shot Schmanke, C Linne also used a hole shot to beat Diane, Darral had another close race against Anderson. Both ran 5.709, but Darral had the better light for the win. G Linne won when Gillespie could not make the call. Green beat Bachand, McMasters was better than Loftus, Arthur won against Collecchi and Thornton won when Theofelis turned on the red bulb.

Round two was much earlier than the day before. McMasters had the bye, Darral used a hole shot to beat C Linne, G Linne won when Secondi broke, McKillop used another stellar .003 to beat Thornton, and Arthur was slightly better than Green and won the round.

Round three found McMasters against Petitt with McMasters winning when Petitt went red. G Linne also won when McKillop went red and Arthur had the bye.

In the semi final round, Arthur got the nod when McMasters went too quick and broke out. G Linne had the bye.

Final round time.  Arthur had a .035 light and ran 5.700. G Linne actually had room, he had a .026 light, but was on the wrong end of the index when he went 5.697. That there was some close stuff. Congratulations to Tony Arthur and a big shout to the race sponsor – Cloise and Mike Construction.

Our next race is July 21 and 22 at Mission Raceway during their National Open.

Jun 11 2018

Pacific Rain Out

This will be short.

The scene was Pacific Raceways on June 9, 2018. We assembled and got ready to race. This would be race five, but Mother Nature said no. 

This race was sponsored by the Kelly’s Auto Repair and C & C Olympic Heating.

Darral Petitt, Diane Petitt, Josh Schmanke, and Mark GIllespie signed up.

The rain came and the race was cancelled.

The sponsor money will be added to the next race at Pacific. The racers who signed up will get 11 points per our rules.

Our next race is June 30, July 1, at Bremerton Raceway.

May 28 2018

Racing at Renegade

Memorial Day 2018. Take a moment to reflect on the freedoms we have and the sacrifices men and women have made to give us those freedoms. . . . . . . . . . 

Ok, now let us back up a couple of days to Saturday, May 26. The location is Renegade Raceway in Wapato, WA.  Fifteen of the brightest showed up to race the 1/8 at Renegade. This is race 3 for the Super Comp Association.  The event sponsor was the Dalrymple Family.

Darral Petitt, Diane Petitt, Josh Schmanke, John Theofelis, Mark Gillespie, Tony Arthur, Dave Thornton, Tom Bachand, Brent McKinney, Shawn Fricke, Mark Johnson, Dave Secondi, Ty Anderson, Benji Martin, and Jakson Gradin were the racers who signed up to race.

The qualifying for the event started at 1 pm. We had two rounds of qualifying and Jakson Gradin ran a stellar 5.701 to garner the #1 qualifier spot. Snap On tools provided the #1 Qualifier Award.

Renegade is known fo

r running well into the night and this Saturday was no exception. Round one started about 7 pm or so, I lost track.  Gillespie forced Diane Petitt to break out, Darral Petitt used a holeshot to beat Fricke, McKinney won when Secondi went too quick.  Theofelis forced Bachand to break out, Arthur won when Johnson broke on the starting line, Thornton had the better reaction and beat Anderson, Schmanke won when Martin broke out, and Gradin the bye.

Sometime later round two started. Petitt won when Gillespie could not leave the starting line. Arthur used a great light to beat Thornton, Gradin got around McKinney and Theofelis ran closer and beat Schmanke.

Then it got darker and later and we started the semis.  Arthur beat Gradin in a double break out affair and Petitt out ran Theofelis to set up the final.

Around midnight or later, once again I lost track of time (see the Super Street story at PNSSTA.com). Petitt and Arthur staged up and turned on the stage lights. Petitt left first, got there first, and ran 5.700 on the 5.70 dial to take the win.

Darral does it again.  Thanks to the Dalrymple Family for the race. There was no BBQ mostly because it was 1230 in the morning and bedtime was calling.

 

After about 5 hours of sleep, Sunday arrived. This race was sponsored by Access Performance. The track opted to only have one qualifying pass for all classes due to the huge car count.

 

We had twelve racers this time. Dave Thornton had a small issue while running Super Pro and damaged his car. Not too bad, he will return. Darral Petitt, Diane Petitt, John Theofelis, Mark Gillespie, 

Tony Arthur, Tom Bachand, Brent McKinney, Mark Johnson, Dave Secondi, Ty Anderson, Benji Martin, and Jakson Gradin paid to race.

John Theofelis was top qualifier with a 5.704. Snap On tools provided the #1 Qualifier Award.

Round one started about 12:30 pm. Gillespie won when McKinney broke out. Bachand outlasted Secondi for the win. Gradin used a holeshot to beat Arthur. Darral Petitt beat Johnson in a double break out. Martin won when Diane Petitt turned on the red eye. Theofelis won when Anderson also turned on the red eye.

 

In round two, Petitt won when Gillespie could not leave the starting line. Bachand red lit against Martin, and Theofelis won when Gradin red lit.

Semifinal time. Theofelis had the bye into the final and Petitt used a holeshot over Martin.

Ok, I think it is starting to look like Petitt is the man to beat. We have had four races and he has been in all four finals. Maybe I will post a bounty for the next race.

Let’s move on to the final. Petitt against Theofelis. Now Theofelis’ son, Ian, had just won in his junior dragster, so there no pressure for John to step and make the winner’s circle. Unfortunately, that did not happen. Petitt had a better light and forced Theofelis to break out. So, Petitt is four for four finals, with two wins and two runner-ups. Not a bad start to the season. Nice double Darral Petitt and thanks to Access Performance for the race sponsorship.

Next race is Pacific Raceways June 9.

May 22 2018

Season Debut at Woodburn

It is May and finally the Super Comp Association is ready to race.  Off to Woodburn for the first of thirteen races.  The winter was long and wet, but the weather cleared up for the Saturday race. Fourteen racers bought into the event.  The event sponsor was Delta Camshaft.

Dale Green, Darral Petitt, Diane Petitt, Emmett McKillop, Josh Schmanke, John Theofelis, Mark Gillespie, Tony Arthur, Dave Thornton, Tom Bachand, Nick Shepherd, Alan Harland, Brent McKinney, and John Collecchi were the racers who signed up to race.

After two rounds of qualifying, Emmett McKillop was the #1 qualifier with an 8.900. Snap On tools provided the #1 Qualifier Award.

FBN Racing put a $100 bonus for the best package of the day. That was won by Dale Green with a .026 package. Thanks Dennis for the extra bonus.

After some delays with the track and all the extra classes, round one got started.  Darral Petitt put a hole shot on Thornton, McKinney also used a holeshot to overcome Diane Petitt.  Schmanke won when Shepherd turned on the red light. Gillespie beat Bachand, Green won when Theofelis red lit, Arthur beat a slowing Harland, and McKillop won when Collecchi was a no show.

About two hours later we got to round two. Petitt beat Schmanke in a double red-light affair, Green used a holeshot to beat Gillespie. McKinney won on double breakout race, but Arthur had already turned on the red light, and McKillop got the bye into the semi’s.

The sun was getting really close to the tree line and we started the semifinals.  Green forced McKillop to break out and Petitt won when McKinney fouled out.

OK now the sun was almost gone. Green and Petitt staged up. They were off, both green, lights were close.  Green ran 8.906 to force Petitt to break out with an 8.882. First race of the season was in the books. Green has started on the way to take back the championship.

Thanks to Delta Camshaft for their sponsorship. Way to go Dale Green.

A nice BBQ and awards ceremony was held at the Association trailer.

 

On to Sunday. This race was sponsored by Stroh’s Automotive. It was decided by the track to only have one qualifying pass for all classes due to the huge car count.

We had fourteen racers again. Dale Green, Darral Petitt, Diane Petitt, Emmett McKillop, Josh Schmanke, John Theofelis, Mark Gillespie, Tony Arthur, Dave Thornton, Tom Bachand, Nick Shepherd, Alan Harland, Brent McKinney, and Ross Souza.

Dave Thornton was top qualifier with an 8.915. Snap On tools provided the #1 Qualifier Award.

Round one started a whole lot earlier than it did on Saturday. Gillespie beat a breaking out Schmanke. Diane Petitt ran a stellar 8.900 to overcome McKinney, Shepherd beat the reigning champion, who turned on the red light. Souza beat the #1 qualifier, Thornton. Arthur beat Harland, Darral Petitt used a hole shot to beat Bachand, and Theofelis won when Green turned on the red light.

In round two, Darral Petitt hole shot Gillespie for the win, Theofelis hole shot Diane Petitt Shepherd forced Arthur to break out and Souza got the bye.

Semi final time. Shepherd won when Souza went .001 red, and Petitt won with another hole shot over Theofelis.

The final was much earlier, but it was starting to really cool down.  In a double break out race, Shepherd went 8.887 to run closer than Petitt’s 8.876 for the win.

Two races down and eleven more to go. Nice win Nick Shepherd and big shout out to Stroh’s Automotive for the race sponsorship.

Next race is Renegade Raceway. May 26 and 27.

Mar 06 2018

Banquet Wrap-Up

I just realized I have not written a story about the 2017 Awards Banquet. I guess I should get busy before our season starts!

The Pacific Northwest Super Comp Association Banquet was held January 13, 2018.  It was at the Shilo Inn in Tacoma.  We had a record crowd of 51 people in attendance. At least it is a record since I took over. I think that next year we will have to move the banquet due to the size.  Lots of racing bs was discussed, and everyone won a great door prize.  A big thank you to the sponsors who donated the door prizes – Westbay Auto Parts, Snap-On Tools, Honest Performance, Designs Unlimited, K&N Filters, DG Machine, A-1 Performance, Seeitimagery, FBN Racing, and Spring Fling Million.

We had a general meeting at 5:00 pm.  We discussed the 2017 season, the upcoming season, current rules and other things.  We will be running 1/8 mile at Renegade and Bremerton in both SC and SST. Also, we will have a doubleheader at Mission Raceway.

Congratulations to Emmett McKillop who won the SC Championship. It was a close battle and came down to the final race at Woodburn.

We have 13 races again this year and 10 will count for the championship.

May 19/20 – Woodburn Dragstrip
May 26/27 – Renegade Raceway
June 9 – Pacific Raceway
June 30 – Bremerton Raceway
July 1 – Bremerton Raceway
July 21/22 – Mission Raceway
July 28 – Pacific Raceway
Aug 25 – Pacific Raceway
Sept 22/23 – Woodburn Dragstrip

Let’s go racing!

Dec 12 2017

Banquet Scheduled for Jan 13

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!!

Winter is upon us, so get those cars ready for the next season.

The Pacific Northwest Super Comp Association Banquet will be held January 13, 2018.  It will be at the Shilo Inn in Tacoma.  The same place it was last year.  The cost will be $30.00, payable at the door. 

We will have a general meeting at 5:00 pm, with the dinner at 6:00 and the awards after dinner.  Bring your own adult beverages.

Please let me know if you are attending by January 5th.  Phone number is 253-225-3990, email is oldspinto@yahoo.com.

Looking forward to 2018, I hope to have 13 races again.  I will post tentative dates soon. 

Sep 30 2017

Season Ends in Woodburn

Six weeks have passed since the last PNSCA race happened at Pacific Raceways, but the battle for the championship was far from over. Emmett McKillop was on top, but there were a couple of racers who could unseat him.  So, we went to Woodburn Dragstrip for the last two races of 2017.  Twelve racers were present. The event sponsor was Design’s Unlimited.

Arlyn Staiger, Dale Green, Darral Petitt, Emmett McKillop, Greg Pessemier, John Theofelis, Mark Gillespie, Tony Arthur, Ty Anderson, Rick Dearinger, Rod Lee, and newcomer (to Super Comp) Diane Petitt were the racers who signed up to race.

After two rounds of qualifying, Diane Petitt was the #1 qualifier with an 8.903. Snap On tools provided the #1 Qualifier Award.

Peninsula Lubricants put a $100 bonus for the best package of the day. That was won by Dale Green in round two. Thanks Rick for the extra bonus.

Round one. Darral Petitt beat a slowing Diane Petitt. Green got a competition single when McKillop was a no-show. Staiger won when Anderson turned on the red light, Gillespie forced Pessemier to break out. Arthur won when Lee fouled out and Theofelis beat Dearinger.

Round two found Arthur beating Gillespie on a holeshot, Green put up a .013 light with an 8.900 to force Petitt to break out, and Staiger got a holeshot on Theofelis and forced him to break out.

In the semifinals, Green had the bye and Staiger beat Arthur on a double breakout race.

In the final, Green needed a win to have a chance to catch McKillop for the Championship. He did just that in a double breakout race against Staiger. Green – 8.893 to Staiger – 8.890.

Thanks to Design’s Unlimited for their sponsorship. Way to go Dale Green

The Championship battle was heating up.

On to Sunday and the final race. This race was sponsored by Pessemier’s Racing Powerglides. McKillop hurt his car on Saturday and could do nothing but sit and wait.

Only nine racers signed up for the race. Arlyn Staiger, Dale Green, Darral Petitt, Greg Pessemier, John Theofelis, Mark Gillespie, Tony Arthur, Ty Anderson, and Rod Lee.

After two rounds of qualifying, Ty Anderson was on top with an 8.906. Snap On tools provided the #1 Qualifier Award.

The only person who could catch McKillop for the Championship was Dale Green. In round one Green put a .000 light on Staiger. But Staiger had already turned on the red light, so the race went to Green. Arthur used a holeshot to beat Theofelis, Petitt used a holeshot to beat Gillespie and Anderson had the bye.  Pessemier was supposed to race Lee, but Lee hurt his car in qualifying and was a no-show.

Five cars left in round two. Anderson used a better light to outlast Arthur, and Petitt killed Green’s shot at a fourth championship by cutting a better light and forcing Green to break out.  Pessemier had the bye.

Semifinal time. Pessemier got to the final by using a .010 reaction time and an 8.918 to beat Anderson and Petitt had the bye.

Final round of the 2017 season. The championship had been decided, but who gets the last competition trophy. In a double breakout race, Pessemier wins with an.8.889 over Petitt’s 8.869. Congratulations to Greg Pessemier and thanks to Pessemier’s Racing Powerglides for the race sponsorship.

Emmett McKillop is the 2017 Season Champion. With Dale Green in second and Darral Petitt in third.

The awards banquet will be January 20, 2018 at the Shilo Inn in Tacoma. Plan on having a good time.

Thanks to everyone for a great year. Hope to see you at the races in 2018.