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Last Post 25 Jun 2007 11:56 AM by  scaryterry85
June Sprints - GT1 Results
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24 Jun 2007 09:21 PM

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    Race Eight
    GT-1
    Tony Ave, formerly of Hurley, Wis., scored a dominating and popular win in GT-1, driving his Chevrolet Corvette to a 9.190-second win over defending National Champion Philip Simms, in a Jaguar XKR. Before a late-race caution bunched the field, Ave had held a 20-plus second advantage.

    1, (1), Tony Ave, Madsen, N.C., Chevrolet Corvette, 15.
    2, (2), Philip Simms, Orlando, Fla., Jaguar XKR, 15.
    3, (5), Simon Gregg, Shakopee, Minn., Chevrolet Corvette, 15.
    4, (7), Rick Dittman, Prairie View, Ill., Chevrolet Camaro, 15.
    5, (9), Mike Canney, Placida, Fla., Chevrolet Corvette, 15.
    Time of Race: 37 minutes, 17.316 seconds
    Margin of Victory: 9.190 seconds
    Fastest Race Lap: Tony Ave, 2:08.396 (112.153 mph), Record
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    25 Jun 2007 11:56 AM

    Results of Group 8 - GT1- GT2, GT3 - Race G8

    Date Jun 24, 2007 3:50:00 PM
    Event June Sprints 2007 - Road America WI 4 Mi
    Group Group 8 - GT1- GT2, GT3
    Track Road America (4.000 M)
    Tasks Sort Results by Class
    Show Lapchart
    Chicago Region SCCA

    Best Lap Tm 2:08.396 In Lap 3
    Best Speed 112.153 by Tony Ave

    Pos No.
    Name Laps Total Tm Diff Best Tm In Lap Best Spd (Mph)

    Additional
    Class: GT1

    1 4 Tony Ave 15 37:17.316 2:08.396 3 112.153 -
    2 1 Philip Simms 15 37:26.506 9.190 2:10.462 2 110.377 -
    3 59 Simon Gregg 15 37:33.468 16.152 2:12.807 3 108.428 -
    4 24 Rick Dittman 15 37:36.358 19.042 2:11.805 3 109.252 -
    5 76 Mike Canney 15 37:36.437 19.121 2:12.629 2 108.574 -
    6 8 George Krass 15 37:39.441 22.125 2:12.617 6 108.583 -
    7 05 David Fershtand 15 37:47.495 30.179 2:15.054 2 106.624 -
    8 29 Bryan Long 15 37:47.574 30.258 2:12.870 3 108.377 -
    9 30 Richard Grant 15 37:50.703 33.387 2:15.721 2 106.100 -
    10 66 Denny Lamers 15 37:51.942 34.626 2:15.534 4 106.246 -
    11 84 Randy Rosenmerkel 15 37:52.547 35.231 2:17.399 4 104.804 -
    12 31 Carl Jensen 15 37:55.743 38.427 2:18.206 3 104.192 -
    13 52 Mark Jurczyk 14 37:44.276 1 Lap 2:21.051 7 102.091 -
    14 40 Tom Stanford 14 37:46.548 2.272 2:22.118 5 101.324 -
    15 86 Sergio Urquiza 14 37:47.877 3.601 2:22.591 3 100.988 -
    16 10 Daniel Urquiza 14 37:53.183 8.907 2:23.208 8 100.553 -
    17 11 Bill Paul 14 37:58.455 14.179 2:22.215 6 101.255 -
    18 47 Carl Janin 12 32:53.772 3 Laps 2:19.614 4 103.142 -
    19 07 John Schaller 10 33:08.773 5 Laps 2:11.494 3 109.511 -
    20 01 James Bradley 9 28:25.283 6 Laps 2:21.578 2 101.711 -
    21 48 Raymond Irwin 8 18:39.214 7 Laps 2:16.054 6 105.840 -
    DNF 51 Jim Trotnow 6 14:06.464 9 Laps 2:15.834 4 106.012 -
    DNF 44 Phil Lasco 6 14:41.286 34.822 2:14.509 4 107.056 -
    DNF 00 Peter Mohrhauser 3 6:48.947 12 Laps 2:11.528 2 109.482 -

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