NEWS


2019 RMLRA Setup Clinics

posted Feb 7, 2019, 7:50 PM by Admin RMLRA


This is the weekend to gather for the setup class at Tim Coopersshop in Frederick. There is no charge and a lot of information to learn frominstructor Chris Eggleston. Drivers at all levels can possibly upgrade their
racing programs with information at this class. If you are planning to make the trip to Tucson to race March 8-9 please let Wayne know. Youwill need an INEX license to race.

We have had some duplicate numbers this season and we are trying to eliminate them right now. If you have friends that want to buy a car and race with us we suggest you contact us here at the RMLRA before you
choose a number. Thanks for your help in this matter. As of this date it looks like we have six new drivers in each of our classes Legends and Bandoleros for 2019. RMLRA memberships can be paid at the setup class
Saturday.

**ATTN RMLRA LEGENDS AND BANDOLERO TEAMS**
1. Factory manufactured automotive head and neck restraint systems are mandatory for ALL LEGEND AND BANDO DRIVERS.
2. A Raceceiver is required in EVERY CAR, at EVERY EVENT, EVERY TIME your car is on the race track; even if your car is equip with two-way radio communication.

Both items will be checked in pre-season technical inspections, and strictly policed the entire season.

To purchase the above items for the 2019 race season call or visit yourlocal U.S. Legend Cars International and INEX dealer, Leary RacingProducts and Shock Shop.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact one of your 2019 RMLRA Board or Committee members.

RMLRA Newsletter - 1/31/2019

posted Feb 1, 2019, 7:33 AM by Admin RMLRA   [ updated Feb 1, 2019, 7:33 AM ]


RMLRA Now Getting Ready For Set Up Class Saturday February 9, 2019

The set up classes for both Legends and Bandoleros will be held February 9th at Tim Cooper’s shop in Frederick.

The 2019 Legends Setup Class will be held on:
• February 9th at 10AM-12:30PM

•Lunch break 12:30PM-1:30PM

The Bando setup meeting will follow from:
• 1:30PM -4PM

Both classes will have a car or two on hand with the body removed so you can follow alongas set up tips are explained to the newer car owners and drivers. If you have never attendedone of these classes it would be very beneficial for you to attend. All you need is paper and apencil to write information down that you hear and see. If you think that you need a chair to siton bring one.

This will be the first year for a Bandolero set up class. I am sure there will be many questions.There was talk at the Membership meeting about gear ratios for different tracks that we race at.

Please remember that if a slower speed is run for your drivers ability, safety is of most importance. If you should decide to race your car away from the RMLRA scheduled races you may run into a gear ratio that will produce higher speeds. If you had the opportunity to race at the Bullring in Las Vegas with your Bandolero you will know what I am referring to. With many of the Bandoleros racing at the four tracks that we race at we may need to have different gearrule for each track. Hang in there with us as we figure it out.

Thanks to those of you who purchased the RMLRA membership at the meeting. We look forward to seeing more members signing up soon. Do get your INEX form in the mail as it takes longer to process the application for Bandolero drivers that are considered a minor.

If the driver is 17 or younger they MUST have a parent or guardian as an associate member.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

RMLRA Board Meeting Jan. 29, 2019 “notes”

In two separate meetings Tuesday evening the Bandoleros and Legends are getting closer tothe season opener. One subject talked about was the gear ratio for the Bandoleros and will bedelt with as soon as the weather will allow the cars to get on the tracks and experiment withthem. This is very important as we need to keep the speeds of these cars in control for safetyreasons. More news to be released later.

New car owners coming into Bandolero racing should read the rule book very close and payattention to the ballast rule.

Hope to see all of you new car owners at the set up class.

Do ask your friends that have just come into the Legends and Bandolero racing that may not be receiving the Newsletter. Have them contact me so I can set them up for our Newsletter.

2019 RMRLA Members Meeting

posted Jan 24, 2019, 9:41 PM by Admin RMLRA


Legends/Bandoleros membership meeting notes

The membership meeting for Legends was called together at 10:00 AM at O’Reilly Auto Parts Saturday morning with many members on hand. Thank you for showing up to get the season started. To all RMLRA members you membership is due and you can get a copy of the form and mail it to Tim Cooper. His address is located on the application.

Please start your paperwork for the INEX license needed by drivers to race once the season starts. If you plan to race at Tucson AZ in March, you will need to have one.

If you not planning to race this season please let us know before we remove your car number from the membership list. Ask me to remove your name from the mailing list if you no longer want to receive the RMLRA Newsletter.

Scotty Scott who served two years as president of the RMLRA with his term as president for two years declined to run for another term and has stepped down from his role as president with the club. Thank you for your leadership with the RMLRA. Wayne Barlock was elected to take over the position for the next two years. Darrell L. Stewart was elected to the vice president's office for one year. Three members of the Bandoleros parents were also moved into the RMLRA Board to help run the club.

2019 RMLRA Board

Board members returning:
Paul Himler
Terry McBride

Newly elected board member:
Jason Hulvey

Vice President:
Darrell L. Stewart

President:
Wayne Mathias Barlock Jr.

Bandolero Committee:
Alan Moore
Connie Swenson-Starcher
Dustin Dreiling

The Bandolero meeting started shortly after the election of officers was completed. A very good turnout for this meeting and hopefully a lot of good information was attained. I did hear that their was talk of gear ratios for the tracks. This gives the committee something to work out for car owners. I did not sit in on the meeting with the Bandoleros racing set for Colorado National Speedway, but hope everybody walked away happy.

To the parents of the Bandoleros, please get your drivers license applications in the mail. Make sure that you have signed all papers and everything is in order. As mentioned before read the application closely before sending. The 2019 INEX membership form can be obtained on USLCI.com or a copy can be seen on RMLRA.org

Don’t forget the Legends and Bandolero set up class February 9th, to be held at Tim Coopers welding shop. Times will be announced soon. This should be a class for Legends in the morning and then a class for Bandoleros in the afternoon. Information will be released soon on these classes.

Creative Mechanical
7603 Miller DR. Unit C
Frederick, CO 80509

HiWay 92 Results - 9/29/2018

posted Oct 4, 2018, 1:51 PM by Wayne Barlock, Jr - RMLRA

 

Barlock and Moore win at Hwy 92
Barlock wins last Short Track Challenge Race
Travis Roe wins Short Track Challenge Championship in season 2018 finale

The #3 Legend car of Wayne Barlock Jr crossed the finish line ahead of DJ Stewart to win the HWY 92 SHOOTOUT Saturday evening. Wayne has won the last three feature races that have been raced by the RMLRA Legend cars, and now has eight feature wins for the season. With a fourth place finish at HWY 92 it appears to be a championship for Travis Roe. The Short Track Challenge champion will receive a nice trophy and check for his effort on the short tracks at the Awards Banquet.

In the Bandolero division Brody Moore, who has raced at all of the Bandolero races this  ason brought home  the checkered flag. This was his ninth win in the Bandit division this season.

Parents, drivers of the Bandolero class thank you for your help in promoting this new divisionof racing for the younger generation. This season the Bandoleros did a good job on the track and with a little organizing they will even be better next year. During the off season we need your input to raise the quality and excitement of these race cars. Whenever the meeting is set, bring your ideas with you. Please keep in mind that all engine and chassis rules are nation wideand it is up to your driver to develop their skills while racing their cars.

Legends Results Hwy 92 (unofficial results)
1. #3 Wayne Barlock Jr.
2. #30 Darrell J. Stewart
3. #05 Nick Cooper
4. #16 Travis Roe
5. #03 Darrell L. Stewart
6. #13 Jason Hulvey
7. #18 Kyle McCartney
8. #1 Dana Smith (R)
9. #7 Corey Seip
10. #08 Krystal Faulkingham
11. #78 Ashlyn Himler (R)

Legends quick time
1. Nick Cooper 14.964
2. Kyle McCartney 14.968
3. Wayne Barlock Jr. 14.986

Legends Trophy Dash (unofficial results)
1. Nick Cooper
2. Wayne Barlock
3. DJ Stewart
4. Jason Hulvey
5. Corey Seip
6. Ashlyn Himler

Legends heat Race (unofficial results)
1. Travis Roe
2. DL Stewart
3. Kyle McCartney
4. Dana Smith
5. Krystal Faulkingham

Bandolero Quick Time
1 Brody Moore 16.918
2. James Starcher 17.234
3. Andy Jones 17.242

Bandolero Trophy Dash (unofficial results)
1. Brody Moore
2. Andy Jones
3. Mahkrysta Hilton
4. James Starcher

Bandolero Heat Race (unofficial results)
1. Brody Moore
2. Andy Jones
3. Isaac Almaswari
4. Cale Smith
5. Aubrei Hilton
6. James Starcher
7. Mahkrysta Hilton

Bandolero Feature Results Hwy 92 (unofficial results)
1. #78 Brody Moore B
2. #22 Andy Jones O
3. #06 Mahkrysta Hilton O
4. #03 Isaac Almaswari O
5. #07 Aubrei Hilton B
6. #2 Cale Smith B
7. #63 James Starcher B

Rocky Mountain Legends and Bandolero season ends October 6, 2018

The final checkered flag for the RMLRA season of Legends and Bandoleros will fly this Saturday evening. The Legends will be racing at Big Country Speedway and it will be a double points event. It looks like Wayne Barlock can possibly win the 2018 championship for the third time. He is currently on top of the points list with one race to go, and that is a double points race, that could have some changes when finished. We will certainly know at the end of the race. His previous championships were in 2009 and 2014. Wayne started racing with the RMLRA in 2006. He has supported the RMLRA attending many races through the years. He
also holds the position of RMLRA vice president this season.

In second place as of this date is the #05 driver Nick Cooper. He also is a previous championand he was credited with winning the first RMLRA championship (Front Range Tour) in 2003.He started racing Legends in 2001. Nick left the Legends racing program in 2006 to work away from home. In 2017 he returned to race and rejoin many new drivers that had found their way into Legend racing.

It looks like Dana Smith of Laramie, Wyoming will be the 2018 ROTY. In a close race with Adam Powers throughout the season, Dana accumulated more points to claim the title. Ashlyn Himler in her very first season of racing attended many races and is still learning how to drive and race her Legend car.

The Bandoleros will close out their schedule at Colorado National Speedway. While several drivers are a few years older then some and have been racing in other classes before climbing into their Bandolero, there was a lot to learn. Racing side by side at times was fun to watch andother times, accidents happened on the track.

Racing by class the Outlaws had several drivers proving their talents. At times they could not be caught. Several of these drivers could not travel to the out of town tracks as their parents were racing at Colorado National Speedway. Lillian McAfee led the amount of races attended with a total of twenty-one. Isaac Almaswari and Mahkrysta Hilton attended nineteen races. Thanks to all of the parents and drivers for making this first Bandolero season successful.  In the Bandits division Brody Moore, twenty-two races, James Starcher and Aubrei Hilton were there for nineteen races. With a little organizing for the Bandoleros I feel that they will beputting on a great show next season.

The Bandolero national points are pretty much caught up on the National list. Other than having a few drivers listed in the wrong class we have corrected that now and Scotty has done a great job with all the entries for both classes of race cars.

It has been a great season for the Legends and Bandoleros with cars counts in the thirties at Colorado National Speedway. The Bandolero car count was over twenty, three times at CNS.  Make plans now to attend the RMLRA Awards Banquet November 3, 2018

I-25 Speedway Results - 9/22/2018

posted Sep 26, 2018, 12:19 PM by Wayne Barlock, Jr - RMLRA


Sorry for the Newsletter getting out late this week but the results were not available to me/

Legend Feature 30 Laps (unofficial results)
1. Wayne Barlock Jr.
2. Nick Cooper
3. Austyn Radosta
4. Zach Witherwax
5. Jason Hulvey
6. Blair Cooper
7. Paul Himler
8. Dana Smith
9. Krystal Faulkingham
10. Dean Kallas
11. Alfred Matthews
12. Adam Powers
13. Travis Roe
14. Ryan Scott
15. Cynthia Robb

Bandolero Feature 20 Laps (unofficial results)
1. Brody Moore B
2. Lilli McAfee O
3. Mahkrysta Hilton O
4. Isaac Almaswari O
5. Kate Morse/Koscheski O
6. James Starcher DNF B
7. Cale Smith DNF B
8. Aubrei Hilton DNF B
9. Greg Rayl Jr DQ O (did not go to tech after race)

Sorry for the unofficial results but this is what I received. Thanks for racing Saturday evening. The season is coming to the end for a lot of you and you might be wanting to sell your car and upgrade to the newer model with the new engine package. You may have a lot of extra parts to possibly sell. On our web page we offer members a classified want ads section. The person you need to contact for placing an ad on this web site is Scotty Scott at president@rmlra.org If you need any questions answered about placing an ad contact Scotty.

One other item to pass along to drivers and car owners. If you have bought parts or borrowed them while at the track, it is time to return the parts or settle up with whom you borrowed from. Do read the USLegends ads on their web site for sales on all Legend parts an items. The INEX membership for 2019 is usually available to purchase during the months of December-January at a discount price. With the RMLRA Newsletter I will try to keep everyone advised to that information. For those of you who plan to attend the Asphalt Nationals in Las Vegas, be prepared for a lot of good competition from drivers around the country.

The RMLRA Banquet is being set up and it looks like it will be held November 18, 2018 at the Elks Club in Westminster. The hours scheduled for this event is 1-6 PM This Awards Banquet will be for Legend and Bandolero drivers, parents and friends. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Many trophies and awards will be handed out to both divisions. Just by attending the banquet you could be taking home a great gift that has been donated to the club to pass along to people that are attending this event.

To those of you who have become part of the Bandolero racing group, thank you for all you have contributed to the Bandolero Racing program. We have had some problems this season being the first season for these cars. We hope to be able to hold a meeting or two soon to plan for the 2019 season. Your attendance and input of information at this time will be deeply appreciated. When we have these meetings, don’t be afraid to make comments such as the schedule and other items that might come up. Bandolero car owners we want everyone to play on the same page of the rule book as everyone does. Bandoleros and Legends are governed
by the rule book and tech will come into play more next season, so watch what you try to change. To both classes the rule book reads.

If this rulebook does not specifically say that you can change / modify / add something,then you must consider the change / modification / addition is illegal.

Tech is a part of spec racing that the Legends and Bandoleros race in. It is very important that you go to tech after races. Drivers should be told at the pit meetings or on the Raceceiver who needs to go to tech. It is a learning experience for new drivers.

Bandolero car owners, If you want to race during the winter there are several tracks out west where you can go and race. I would get in touch with them and see if there are any rules pertaining to what gears they may make mandatory for their track. For Bandolero Outlaws, be prepared to race against drivers several years older than what you raced against here in Colorado.

CNS Results - 9/15/2018

posted Sep 17, 2018, 2:06 PM by Wayne Barlock, Jr - RMLRA


Wayne Barlock wins very close feature at CNS
Clegg wins CNS track championship
Ryan Rudolph CNS ROTY

The Colorado National Speedway part of the RMLRA racing season came to an end with Wayne Barlock Jr winning The Elite V Twin Legend Feature. Kyle Clegg who won the Legend Car track championship tried the ultimate challenge of starting last to try for a bonus cash payout if he could start at the back of the starting grid and win the feature. His luck ran out on him as the feature started thirty two cars and went green, white checker for twenty five laps. Kyle finished fifth in this spectacular race with drivers all over the track. The leaders of the race did a great job of passing the lapped cars with just a small opening at times. The slower cars did a great job of giving them the opportunity to get bye them. At the finish line it was Barlock, Scheidemantle, Dempster and DJ Stewart all within 0.877 of a second.

The Legends and Bandoleros will be on the track at I-25 Speedway in Pueblo this coming Saturday night. With only three races left you might give these tracks a try.

Two cars on the track for the first time this season #26 Chris Brunker and #61 Chris was on the track with his Legend for the first time this season. It was good to see his car back on the track. The #61 car was just purchased recently and they were on the track for the first time with it.

Their were thirty three Legend cars on hand last night. Thirty one qualified with Kyle Clegg with the top time of 18.740, Cody Dempster with a time of 18.789 was second fastest.

Congratulations to Kyle Clegg on the CNS track championship this season and also to Ryan Rudolph who was named Rookie of the Year in the Legend car division. This was Kyle’s fifth CNS track championship.

Plans are being made for the RMLRA Banquet and the date will be released soon. You were handed out ballots for you to vote for driver awards at this banquet. Please return your votes to a Board Member before September 29th.

Colorado National Speedway will be holding their banquet on November 3, 2018 Do try to attend.

Elite V Twin Legend Feature 25 Laps (unofficial results)
1. 3 Wayne Barlock 18.836
2. 98 Brent Scheidmantle 18.923
3. 48 Cody Dempster 18.916
4. 30 Darrell J. Stewart 18.958
5. 66 Kyle Clegg 18.741
6. 15 Danny Medina 18.826
7. 05 Nick Cooper 18.948
8. 96 Ryan Rudolph (R) 19.125
9. 32 Blair Cooper 19.125
10. 03 Darrell L. Stewart 19.233
11. 46 Zachary Witherwax 19.171
12. 44 Alfred Matthews 19.253
13. 00 Christopher Saykally R 19.252
14. 86 Travis Rudolph R 19.310
15. 88 Paul Himler 19.448
16. 23 Austyn Radosta
17. 13 Jason Hulvey
18. 19 Larry Pachello
19. 33 Dean Kallas -1
20. 08 Krystal Faulkingham -1
21. 28 Adam Powers R -1
22. 27 Ray Oakley -1
23. 9 Terry McBride -1
24. 43 Rob Sears -2
25. 72 Cynthia Robb R -2
26. 95 Jessilyn Dike R -3
27. 10 Adam Romero -3
28. 20 Kynzer Riddell -3
29. 78 Ashlyn Himler -5
30. 16 Travis Roe -5
31. 26 Chris Brunker -9 DNF
32. 51 AJ Canada -24 DNF

Legends Fast Dash 10 Laps (unofficial results)
1. 3 Barlock
2. 15 Medina
3. 66 Clegg
4. 98 Scheidemantle
5. 48Dempster
6. 30 DJ Stewart
7. 05 N. Cooper
8. 16 Roe
9. 96 R. Rudolph
10. 44 Matthews

Legend Dash 1 10 Laps (unofficial results)
1. 46 Witherwax
2. 03 DL Stewart
3. 23 Radosta
4. 26 Brunker
5. 86 T. Rudolph
6. 00 Saykally
7. 33 Kallas
8. 88 P. Himler
9. 32 B. Cooper
10. 08 Faulkingham

Legend Dash 2 10 Laps (unofficial results)
1. 13 Hulvey
2. 19 Pachello
3. 20 Riddell
4. 9 McBride
5. 28 Powers
6. 27 Oakley
7. 72 Robb
8. 10 Romero
9. 43 Sears
10. 95 Dike
11. 78 A. Himler
12. 51 Canada DNF

I-25 Speedway Results - 9/8/2018

posted Sep 10, 2018, 2:35 PM by Wayne Barlock, Jr - RMLRA   [ updated Sep 10, 2018, 2:35 PM ]


Medina wins 30 Lap Legend Feature @ Short Track Challenge
Starcher wins 15 Lap Bandolero Feature @ I-25 Speedway

Danny Medina driving the number three Legend car of Wayne Barlock won the thirty lap feature Saturday evening at his home town speedway. I have mentioned this before but this speedway has seen him on this track since the middle nineties with a lot of track time under his belt. He is very tough to beat on this track. Saturday evening Danny climbed into the #3 car of Wayne Barlock and drove the number three to victory. Thanks to these two drivers teaming up to provide the race car to race. Wayne was reportedly out of town Saturday evening.

Fourteen Legend cars on hand to race this past Saturday evening. I was not able to attend the races. Nine Bandolero cars made the trip south to race and according to my notes young James Starcher from Lyman, NE won his first Bandolero feature. Congratulations to the winners of the feature races Saturday evening.

Legend cars will return to Colorado National Speedway this coming weekend, Saturday, September 15, 2018 This will be the last race of the season at CNS for Legend cars. The Bandolero cars are not racing this weekend but will return to I-25 with the Legends to close out the I-25 Speedway racing season for the RMLRA with a double points race for both divisions on Sept. 22, 2018

The Legends and Bandolero cars will travel to Hwy 92 in Gering, Nebraska for a race on September 29th. This will be the last Short Track Challenge of the season. The RMLRA season comes to an end on October 6. The Legends will be in Cheyenne at Big Country Speedway for a double points race. The Bandoleros will close out their first season at Colorado National Speedway. Thank you Bandolero parents who have made this an exciting class to be part of.

Plans for the 2019 season will need to be structured for a better understanding of what the Bandolero races are. Maybe a couple of meeting can be held to help this movement. Several drivers did not complete their INEX drivers license and have not been getting national points. If you do not see your name on the national points it means that you did not complete the application for your INEX license. Talk to me in the pits Saturday and we can discuss it if youdo not have received your INEX license.

Legend 30 Lap Feature (unofficial results)
1. #3 Danny Medina
2. #05 Nick Cooper
3. #46 Zach Witherwax
4. #6 Scotty Scott
5. #51 AJ Canada
6. #00 Chris Saykally
7. #1 Dana Smith
8. #44 Alfred Matthews
9. #28 Adam Powers
10. #13 Jason Hulvey
11. #16 Travis Roe
12. #33 Dean Kallas
13. #53 Ryan Scott
14. #08 Krystal Faulkingham
15. #88 Paul Himler
16. #9 Terry McBride
17. #78 Ashlyn Himler DNS

Bandolero 15 Lap Feature (unofficial results)
1. #63 James Starcher B
2. #78 Brody Moore B
3. #06 Mahkyrsta Hilton O
4. #10 Lilli McAfee O
5. #03 Isaac Almaswari O
6. #22 Andy Jones O
7. #2 Cale Smith B
8. #07 Aubrei Hilton B
9. #11 Tyler Sefcovic B

CNS Results - 9/1/2018

posted Sep 4, 2018, 1:16 PM by Wayne Barlock, Jr - RMLRA


Clegg wins a close fought race at CNS

Chello Milligan wins Bandolero Fast Feature

An excellent race to the checkered flag Saturday evening as Chris Eggleston led many laps through the almost perfect fast paced race. Kyle Clegg got under Eggleston coming out of turn four with two laps to go to win the feature race. One caution flag was thrown early in the race as the race began to build toward the exciting finish that the fans watched. DJ Stewart and Cody Dempster also led laps during this race.

Twenty seven Legend’s were in the pits to start the evening. The Bandolero car count had twenty one cars. A great turnout for both divisions. Both the Legends and Bandolero’s will be on the track at I-25 September 8, 2018 This will be a Short Track Challenge Race, Race #5 of 6.

One main thing that I want to mention again is the lack of Receiver use during the hot lap practice in the afternoon. I have seen it week after week that we have a spin on the track and a car is blocking the track and after attempts to slow down the cars on the track, there are several cars still running hard. Do use your Raceceiver at CNS to help alleviate the possibility of damaging cars when the caution flag is thrown. The key to the Bandolero and Legend race cars are the communication that we have from tower to race car. The Raceceiver channel for Legend and Bandolero race cars is always #1161 (464.5000) If you are not using a Raceceiver model make sure you are on frequency 464.5000 The only time that we would change channels on race day would be when somebody would not be able to be on hand to monitor the use of the Raceceiver. You would be notified of the change.

The Bandolero race cars had a good evening of racing and thanks to all of you who helped place twenty-one cars on the track to race. Chello Milligan won his first feature of the season at Colorado National Speedway driving his number eighteen bandolero car. Results of all Bandolero races are listed below.

Legend 25 Lap Feature (unofficial results)
1. 66 Kyle Clegg (18.778)
2. 22 Chris Eggleston (18.808)
3. 48 Cody Dempster (18.923)
4. 3 Wayne Barlock Jr. (18.915)
5. 30 DJ Stewart (18.908)
6. 05 Nick Cooper (19.001)
7. 32 Blair Cooper (18.990)
8. 6 L. Scotty Scott (18.978)
9. 03 DL Stewart (19.130)
10. 16 Travis Roe (18.946)
11. 46 Zachary Witherwax (19.222)
12. 23 Austyn Radosta (19.105)
13. 96 Ryan Rudolph R (19.136)
14. 44 Alfred Matthews (19.196)
15. 20 Kynzer Riddell (19.575)
16. 13 Jason Hulvey
17. 88 Paul Himler
18. 08 Krystal Faulkingham
19. 33 Dean Kallas -1
20. 1 Dana Smith R -1
21. 28 Adam Powers R -1
22. 43 Rob Sears R -2
23. 95 Jessilyn Dike R -3
24. 72 Cynthia Robb R -3
25. 78 Ashlyn Himler R -5
26. 00 Chris Saykally R -21 DNF
27. 27 Ray Oakley DNS

Legends 10 Lap Fast Dash (unofficial results)
1. Kyle Clegg
2. Chris Eggleston
3. Scotty Scott
4. Wayne Barlock Jr.
5. Nick Cooper
6. Cody Dempster
7. Blair Cooper
8. DL Stewart
9. Zachary Witherwax
10. DJ Stewart
11. Travis Roe
12. Austyn Radosta
13. Ryan Rudolph
14. Alfred Matthews

Legends 10 Lap Dash (unofficial results)
1. Faulkingham
2. Hulvey
3. Riddell
4. Kallas
5. Powers
6. Robb
7. Sears
8. Dike
9. Saykally
10. A. Himler
11. P. Himler
Smith DNS
Oakley DNS

Bandolero 10 Lap Fast Feature (unofficial results)
1. 18 Chello Milligan O
2. 03 Isaac Almaswari O
3. 3 Nandini Breggin O
4. 22 Andy Jones O
5. 16 Cullen Lewis O
6. 10 Lilli McAfee O
7. 06 Mahkrysta Hilton O
8. 78 Brody Moore B
9. 7X Kate Morse O
10. 55 Greg Rayl O

Bandolero 10 Lap Feature (unofficial results)
1. 51 Hutson Milligan B
2. 07 Aubrei Hilton O
3. 17 Cooper Lewis B
4. 2 Cale Smith B
5. 63 James Starcher B
6. 8 Danielle Walbaum B
7. 29 Ashlee Richard B
8. 11 Corey Sefcovic B
9. 05 Solomon DeBauche O
10. 52 Nic Wall O
11. 99 Isaiah Scott B

Bandolero Group A Dash
1. 07 Aubrei Hilton
2. 51 Hutson Millican
3. 11 Corey Sefcovic
4. 52 Nic Wall
5. 05 Solomon Debauche

Bandolero Group B Dash
1. 2 Cale Smith
2. 99 Isaiah Scott
3. 17 Cooper Lewis
4. 8 Danielle Walbaum
5. 29 Ashlee Richard
6. 63 James Starcher

Bandolero Group A Fast Dash
1. 16 Cullen Lewis
2. 18 Chello Milligan
3. 3 Nandini Breggin
4. 55 Greg Rayl
5. 03 Isaac Almaswari

Bandolero Group B Fast Dash
1. 06 Mahkrysta Hilton
2. 10 Lilli McAfee
3. 78 Brody Moore
4. 22 Andy Jones
5. 7X Kate Morse

FZ09 Review - Wild Life Racing - 8/27/2018

posted Sep 4, 2018, 1:12 PM by Wayne Barlock, Jr - RMLRA


Darrell J Stewart’s FZ09 Initial Thoughts

ARVADA, COLORADO | August 27th, 2018 | Wildlife Racing | RMLRA

For the last four years, my dad and I have been travelling the country racing legend cars. In that time we have faced multiple challenges; including: learning new tracks, perfecting setups for our local tracks, and racing with the likes of Jason Irwin, Peyton Saxton, Kyle Clegg, Danny Medina, and many more of the talented drivers met across the country. However, none of those compare to the curveball that INEX and U.S. Legend Cars International (USLCI) threw at us this season.

As I am sure most of you in the front range area know by now, we are running the brand new motor platform that was released earlier this season – the Yamaha FZ09. We were lucky enough to get one of the first few in the country thanks to Tim Brockhouse of Great North Legends and were able to bring it back home for everyone here to see. Being that we had one of the first few, a few bugs were to be expected and we have had a few. Chad Honeycutt with the engine department has been nothing but supportive when it came to working through these minor problems and perfecting this motor package for everyone who takes this step into the future of legend racing.

We are now 7 race nights in with this motor and we are finally starting to figure it out. Compared to the Yamaha 1200 or 1250, this thing is a different animal and requires you to not only adapt your setup to it, but driving style as well. Due to the lack of torque that the FZ09 has in comparison to the 1250s, it struggles a little bit on corner exit. However, it makes up for it down the straightway because it does not fall off like the 1250. One big hurdle with the new motor is finding the right rear end gear. Due to the 6 speed transmission and redline at ~11,300 as opposed to ~10,500, we have found ourselves running completely different gears than we typically would at every track we have been to so far. Overall, though, I believe that this new motor package is about as perfect as it can get as far as being competitive with the 1250. When we were up in Wisconsin, a 1250 won all 3 races, however the few of us that had the FZ09 were not too far behind. At a two day show in Gering, Nebraska, we were able to get the car down to the times that I had run in my old car last year on the tight ¼ mile. We missed quicktime Friday (which was set at a 14.83 by Nick Cooper) then proceeded to get quicktime Saturday at a 14.83. I also hopped in Wayne Barlock Jr’s sedan and ran a 14.84.  I think that is about as close as you can get for being a competitive platform. The first time at the fast ⅜ mile, Colorado National Speedway (CNS), it ran 18.9’s in the main. After another rear end gear change and setup modifications, we got it down to the 18.7’s on our second race we ran at CNS; mirroring the times I was able to achieve in my dad’s 1250 a few weeks prior. We will see if we can get it faster this coming weekend.

Overall, I think this is a great choice for these cars in the long run. Although the upfront investment may be  intimidating to some, the longevity of the FZ09 far surpasses that of the 1250. However, if you have a 1250 or 1200, my personal opinion is keep it and run it. They can run just as well as the new package and have proven that across the country. DO NOT think your 1250 is obsolete.

Again, thanks to Tim Brockhouse with Great North Legends and the engine department at USLCI for letting us guinea pig one of these motors. They have all worked with us closely to make it as competitive and reliable as possible. Feel free to ask questions if you see us at the track.

RMLRA Sponsor: Camber Cutters In The News - 8/27/2018

posted Sep 4, 2018, 1:08 PM by Wayne Barlock, Jr - RMLRA


ZACH FRAZER RACING and CamberCutters Tires

LOVELAND, COLORADO | August 27, 2018 | Gary Cagle, CamberCutters

Zach Frazer got started riding motorcycles early. In 2009 his grandfather, who had partially owned a NASCAR Nationwide Series team, bought him a 600 Racing Bandolero. He took to it fast winning several races in the opening year for Zach Frazer Racing (ZFR). In 2011 he stepped up to Legends. He started with a sedan and won several races; always finishing strong. 2014 saw the car damaged beyond repair as it hit a wall from a competitor’s motor blowing up and oiling down the track. 

Frazer made the move from California to North Carolina in 2015 to work for Biagi-Denbeste Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He worked on all sides of the car from setup to fabrication and traveled with the team to the tracks. Later that year he bought a new Legends coupe chassis and body to build from the ground up.
2016 ZFR decided to focus on local races back home; a 2-track championship in Lakeport and Ukiah, CA. ZFR contacted Gary Cagle at Camber Cutters to supply tires for the season. Cagle and ZFR quickly sparked a winning partnership. They discussed tire cuts and came upon one that worked extremely well. He won 5 out of 13 races that year and was never out of the top 3.  That consistency was partially due to the CamberCutters tires. ZFR won the championship that year.

Zach is now concentrating on finishing college at Boise State and will continue to race when time allows.
Some of the tracks ZFR raced were—
  • Madera Speedway
  • Stockton Speedway
  • All American Speedway
  • Ukiah Speedway
  • Lakeport Speedway
  • Redwood Acres Speedway.
 

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