M!ck, (Doit 14) will start the Thursday Night Thunder on 12-9-10 the cars will be the BLS-Renegades. the schedule will be posted this week. the Races will be on Thursday Nights at 9:00 pm Ct.
If you made his last series in the TnL cars you know he puts on a top notch Show. All is welcome to Race the Show. However if you plan on cheating on your track files, save yourself the embarrassment STAY AT HOME, other wise come and enjoy.
Bloomington, Indiana: Rain was in the forecast when the WFO Tour rolled into the famed ¼ mile track in Bloomington, Indiana for some ultra tight racing. And Rain was what they got as WFO Rain was able to get the win and extend his points lead to 7 points with 1 race remaining.
Heat 1 would motor onto the track with Doit 2 and Stealth picking up the transfer spots.
Heat 2 would see Jammin and Wheel get to the front and make the 35 lap feature.
Heat 3 F1yer and Doit 5 would fight till the last lap to make the transfer spots.
The “Snicker’s” Dash would be a dogfight that Jammin would be able to hang on to win with F1, Wheel, Doit 5, Stealth, and Doit 2 setting the grid for the “A” Main.
In “B” Main #1 Rain and Pitcrew would jump out and never look back as the 2 drivers would advance to the “A” Main.
“B” Main #2 would see JR battle it out with 17d, Scrub, and Ice for several laps before JR and 17d would make contact allowing Ice to squirt through and take 2nd behind JR.
The “A” Main was finally upon us and Jammin and F1yer would lead the all-star list of drivers to the green flag. Early on it was a dogfight as the top 9 cars would be in the main pack. Wheel would catch some bad luck by being forced on the tight track and dropping back to 9th.
Lap 9 would see Ice make it 3 wide for the 5th position with JR and Doit 5. Doit 5 would get the wrong end of the battle as him and JR would make contact sending Doit 5 to the back of the pack. On lap 14 pole-sitter Jammin would get moved up the track and lose traction and almost spin to the infield. F1 would use this break in the action to gain the lead and start to extend it.
On lap 20 Rain would move from his 7th starting position up to 2nd by passing teammate Stealth and the 2 would bump draft up to F1yer and the race would be on for the lead. Stealth would drop back on lap 25 leaving F1yer and Rain to fight it out for the win. On lap 32 Rain would get to the inside of F1 and the 2 would go side by side for the final 3 laps.
Coming out of turn 4 on the white-flag lap F1yer would get underneath Rain and make it a side by side finish with Rain going off the track but crossing the line just before F1 and winning a thrilling race. Stealth would take home 3rd and Wheel would make the pass on Ice for 4th. Ice would round out the top 5.
Pitcrew would record his best finish of the year coming home 6th, and JR would get his best finish as well in 7th. Doit 5 would come home 8th after some early contact sent him to the back. Jammin could only muster a 9th and Doit 2 would limp home in 10th.
Rain was found celebrating in victory lane and said “Man what a race, I was able to run from the back and get some help and was able to pick up the win, feels good to beat a group of drivers like this and more importantly I was able to extend my points lead going into the WFO 100 next week at Thunderbird!”
We caught up to F1yer at his trailer “I let this one get away. Felt like I was pushed up out of the groove but it won’t do any good to complain. It’s a tight track and I guess that’s how you have to pass here.”
Wheel was at Ice’s trailer discussing the race “Man I got knocked around early and it really cost me a shot at the win. I would love to do it over again…Wait no I wouldn’t the same thing would probably happen again!”
Come out to WFO next week as we end our season at Thunderbird Speedway, the famed ½ mile track in Muskogee, Oklahoma. And the next WFO Champion will be crowned.
This week we rolled into Attica. And it would be a night full of action. As the heat races would be action packed. Heat Race 1 would start with Jobub and Jsn on the front row. As they took the green flag they would not stay side by side for long. As Jobub would jump out front and not look back.
TXR Tj3 would move from his 4th place starting position to finish in the 2nd position. BLS Jsn would drop from his 2nd place starting position to finish3rd. Picking up the final transfer position. With DK and IFRT 14 finishing close behind. Heat 2 would be even more action packed.
With BLS Zombie and Blaze starting on the front row. The green flag would drop. And Zombie and Blaze would run side by side for the first 8 laps. When Zombie finally made the pass on the bottom. Blaze would then just tuck in behind and wait for zombie to mess up.
While the battle up front was starting to heat up so was the battle for the final transfer position. As BLS BW42 and 34 would battle till the last lap for that position. As the final 4 laps winded down BLZ would turn up the heat on Zombie. He would pressure for the lead a couple times but could not clear.
As Zombie would win his 1st heat race this season. Coming across the line beside Zombie was BLS Blaze. With BLS BW42 winning the battle for the 3rd spot. The B-Main would be interesting. With only 2 of the 6 drivers going home.
BLS DK would start on the pole. With BLS 34 right beside him. Notable VLR Shock would tag the rear of the B. As the green flag dropped it would be DK jumping out front. And running away.
As Shock would start his way through the field. They would come across the line with DK in 1st VLR Shock 2nd BLS 34 3rd and IFRT 14 4th. With RRX Switchblade and USRA Hunter not making the A-Main.
The A-Main would not be so action packed. As BLS Blaze would start on the pole after winning the dash. And that would be all that he needed. As he would take the green flag and never look back.
BLS Zombie and DK would tuck in behind and the 3 would ride. As BLS Blaze would lead all 35 laps and cruise to his 1st Open Series A-Main win. With BLS Zombie coming in 2nd DK following close behind.
With Shock tagging a close 4th It was a fun night of racing guys no arguing lets keep it this way. Thank You to all that showed and we hope to see you next week for Sharon 2k11.
Topeka, Ks: The WFO Tour rolled into Topeka with 20 drivers set to do battle at the multi-grooved KsT Speedway for the $20,000 1st place prize.
A loaded heat 1 would roll out onto the track with DK, JJ, Wheel, and Rain trying to advance to the feature. Wheel would get to the lead before an overheating problem would send him to the pits. Rain and DK would finish 1-2 and make the dash.
Heat 2 Shock used to front row starting position to build a good lead and advance. A great battle for 2nd between Ice and Sidebite would last until lap 10 when Sidebite would overdrive the corner and let Ice secure 2nd place.
In heat 3 Stealth would prove to be too much coming from the back to get the win. F1yer would have to earn 2nd by getting around Doit 5 for the final transfer spot from the heats.
The “Snicker’s” Dash would be one of the most competitive dashes of the season. Rain would take advantage of the front row but 2nd would change between the remaining 5 drivers. Stealth was able to fight through for 2nd, F1yer 3rd, Ice would pass 2 cars on the last lap for 4th, DK would go from 2nd to 5th in the last 2 laps. Shock would fall from 3rd to 6th.
“B1” action JJ got the pole and never looked back. Wheel was able to make a charge through the field and grab the final transfer spot from DOIT 5.
“B2” Sidebite and Zombie would take off and leave the field but after the race Zombie opted to 3rd due to a family emergency. Thus giving BLS_42 the transfer spot.
The “A” Feature was finally upon us as 13,421 fans came expecting a show and you can bet they got 1. Rain and Stealth would lead the field to the green flag and Rain would quickly get to the lead.
F1 would use the bottom to get up to 2nd and within 6 laps was able to get around Rain for the lead. Ice would be in no-mans land and slide up into Sidebite sending the WFO veteran back to 9th.
Meanwhile Wheel was making a mad dash to the front. By lap 12 he had moved up to 3rd and was looking to run down the leaders. Rain would start using the top groove and was able to start cutting into F1yer’s lead but on lap 20 Wheel had caught and passed Rain using the bottom line.
Wheel would then set his eyes on F1yer, catching him on lap 30 and the fans would be on their feet as the 2 drivers considered to be the best in the world would swap the lead back and forth.
On the final lap Wheel would grab the lead coming out of turn 2 but F1yer would battle back on the high side. Coming out of 4 F1yer would use the momentum on the high side to pull even with Wheel.
And at the line……They would cross at the exact same time. Rain would come home with the 3rd spot. Shock would finish 4th and JJ would bring home another top 5.
Ice would finish 6th and Stealth would bring home 7th. 8th place would go to DK, with Sidebite and BLS_42 9th and 10th.
“After a lengthy deliberation it was determined that the F1yer and Wheel both crossed the line at the same time. Both drivers’s received the 40 points for winning and both received the $20,000 for the show they put on for the fans here at WFO”
We caught up to Wheel after the race “Man I passed a lot of cars tonight. I drove my heart out and it paid off. After the issues I had in the heat I just knew I was going to lose a lot of points for the championship. I was able to drive to the front and give the fans a show.”
F1yer was upbeat as well “Got me another win here, and was able to get the lead in the championship battle. Got a great track for me next week and hopefully I can extend this lead a bit.”
The points here at WFO are as close as they have ever been F1yer- 323 Rain – 322 Wheel – 318 Ice – 314 Stealth – 306 The top 5 have a legit shot at winning the championship. 6 races to go and the pressure are going to mount for these drivers. The WFO tour is going to San Quentin, CA. at XCR Mototsports Park V2
Boone Iowa: 18 cars made the drive to Boone Iowa for the WFO Mid Season pole challenge, with the winner of this race getting the pole for the season ending WFO 100 at WFO Thunderbird.
Heat 1 rolled out with Rain coming from the last row to get the win with Zombie getting the 2nd transfer spot.
Heat 2 would see F1yer winning a loaded het with Pit being the 2nd driver to make it through. Drivers like JJ, Stealth, and DK would have to run the B.
In Heat 3 Doit 5 would run a smooth line and come from his 6th starting spot to get the win. Sidebite would bring home 2nd and gain his ticket to the “A”.
The “Snicker’s” Dash would be 8 laps of great competition with Rain getting the win and DOIT 5 2nd; F1yer would get 3rd with Pit, Sidebite, and Zombie rounding out the field.
B #1 would be a great race with Blaze, Ice, and Stealth for the 14 laps. Contact on lap 14 would get Stealth loose and Blaze would come home with the win and Ice would take the final transfer spot.
In B #2 JJ would get out front with Wheel staying close and out of danger. They would finish 1-2 and make it to the 50 lap “A” Feature.
The “A” Main would roll off with Rain and DOIT 5 on the front row. Rain would get the jump on the field and on lap 4 Wheel would lose a tire and cause the 1stcaution of the night. On the restart F1yer would get a great jump and find his way to 2nd and look to run down Rain.
DOIT 5 would find Ice all over his tail on lap 7. Ice would try every line he could find to get around but on lap 16 Sidebite and JJ would join in the fun and DOIT 5 would be able to pull away leaving the best battle on the track for 4th.
JJ would eventually get the spot and pull away and on lap 36 he would catch DOIT 5 and get the 3rd spot. By lap 38 F1yer had pulled to within .3 of Rain for the lead but just couldn’t get any closer.
Blaze would get up to battle for the 5th spot at the end of the race. But in the end, it would be Rain leading keeping F1yer at bay. F1yer would get 2nd and JJ would motor home 3rd.
DOIT 5 would grab 4th and Ice would round out the top 5. Sidebite would finish just ahead of Blaze for 6th. Wheel would limp home 8th, Zombie 9th, and Pitcrew would round out the top 10.
After the race Rain was in victory lane with a stripper and a bottle of Jack. “Damn, it feels good to win again. This is such a tough series to get a win, I knew I had a beast under the hood tonight and as long as I didn’t screw it up I could walk out of here with a trophy.”
Join us next week as the traveling WFO Tour makes their visit to KsT Speedway.