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Results of races from Saturday June 16, 2018 plus some future happenings.

Saturday June 16th was another almost pefect day for outdoor racing on the paved oval. One thing was mising. We only had 11 entries for the late afternoon and evening event. That's the lowest so far this season. Guess there is just too much other stuff going on. Hopefuly, next week will be at least a little better. We had enough to run 4 classes and had some good racing for those folks that did show up.

Results as follows:

R/C Legends Class--3 entries--Edie MacMullen TQ'd and won the main. I managed second and Joe Lubinski was 3rd. My car wasn't handling at all in the heats but by making a couple of changes it was much better in the main. With a little more tweeking I think it might be at least somewhat competitive.

Busch Lite Class--3 entries--Dirk Douma TQ'd and won the main. These cars are getting faster as the drivers work with them. Dirk had a 36 lap run in the 4 minute main only 1 second off from 37 laps. Mark Meerholz finished second and Jeff MacMullen was 3rd.

Traxxas Slash Class--3 entries--Jeff MacMullen TQ'd and won the main. Joe Lubonski was second and Evan Altfest didn't run the main as he had to leave early.

Novice Class--2 entries--Jeff Takach TQ'd and won the main. Billy Aldinger was second.

As I said at the start I hope for a few more next week. Now, some of the folks reading this we; for 9 straight years; ran a one of a kind event; a R/C Hillclimb. We didn't offer this last year for a couple of reasons. For one thing it was a lot of work. I have had some folks offer to help setting it up. This means a lot. One of the biggest expenses to rn these events was the rent of a porto-potty. I have had an offer from someone who will pay the rent for the porto-potty if we bring this special event back. I have already mowed the spot for the hillclimd twice and will continue to do so as needed. We have not set dates yet but look for at least two of these exciting events sometime in September.

Bill Marshall