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    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2 Master – Heat 3 – A vs D
    26. Erik Jackson (+25.370)
    27. Ken Maxfield (+25.799)
    33. Derek Wang (+32.546)

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    #37890

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Senior Max – Heat 3 – B vs C
    2. Oliver Askew (+0.046)
    7. Phillip Arscott (+6.385)
    15. Dan Roeper (+12.203)
    17. Jake Craig (+12.489)

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    #37889

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Senior Max – Heat 3 – A vs D
    15. Ashley Rogero (+9.935)
    35. Mason Marotta (+2 laps)

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    #37888

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Junior Max – Heat 3 – B vs C
    8. Sting Ray Robb (+4.489)
    12. Ryan Norberg (+6.804)
    24. Austin Garrison (+15.599)
    27. Austin Versteeg (+16.391)

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    #37887

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Junior Max – Heat 3 – A vs D
    21. Christian Brooks (+16.707)

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    #37886

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Friday, November 28, 2014 – Heat #3 / Second Chance Qualifiers

    It’s going to be a very important day for the Team USA drivers in Spain, as the results have not been exactly what we’re all be looking for. The second corner of the circuit has been rough, and we’ve had to deal with more than our share of DNFs. It’s expected that we’ll have a number of drivers in the LCQs, but our girls and guys should be ready to attack to secure the final positions in Saturday morning’s Prefinals. It is dry right now, although the threat of rain remains.

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37853

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    That wraps up the on-track action from Valencia, as the first two rounds of the heats were completed in dry conditions. The Team USA drivers logged very different results, although they were only able to post a total of six top-10 finishes. We’ll have our daily report posted later today.

    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37851

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2– Heat 2 – B vs D
    34. Jonathan Kotyk (+7 laps)

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    #37850

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2 – Heat 2 – A vs C
    9. Michael Ilavia (+4.880)
    15. Nick Neri (+6.218)
    17. Gavin Reichelt (+7.356)

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    #37849

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2 Master – Heat 2 – B vs D
    26. Derek Wang (+18.407)
    32. Ken Maxfield (+28.854)

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    #37848

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2 Master – Heat 2 – A vs C
    17. Alan Rudolph (+12.450)
    20. Mike Jones (+13.269)
    27. Bobby Greene (+19.624)
    30. Erik Jackson (+31.253)

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    #37847

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Senior Max – Heat 2 – B vs D
    1. Oliver Askew
    17. Jake Craig (+14.831)
    34. Ashley Rogero (+7 laps)

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    #37845

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Senior Max – Heat 2 – A vs C
    10. Mason Marotta (+6.821)
    27. Dan Roeper (+18.134)
    36. Phillip Arscott (+8 laps)

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37844

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Junior Max – Heat 2 – B vs D
    13. Christian Brooks (+10.184)
    16. Austin Versteeg (+11.052)
    20. Austin Garrison (+12.471)
    31. Ryan Norberg (+21.464)

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    #37841

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Junior Max – Heat 2 – A vs C
    10. Sting Ray Robb (+6.920)

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    #37839

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2– – Heat 1 – A vs B
    13. Nick Neri (+6.735)
    14. Gavin Reichelt (+6.974)
    18. Jonathan Kotyk (+8.966)
    20. Michael Ilavia (+12.527)

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37838

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2 Master – Heat 1 – C vs D
    10. Derek Wang (+3.727)
    17. Mike Jones (+9.837)
    22. Alan Rudolph (+12.664)
    26. Ken Maxfield (+17.521)
    33. Bobby Greene (+50.540)

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37837

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    DD2 Master – Heat 1 – A vs B
    34. Erik Jackson (+8 laps)

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    #37836

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Senior Max – Heat 1 – C vs D
    4. Phillip Arscott (+1.981)
    17. Dan Roeper (+14.056)
    33. Ashley Rogero (+4 laps)

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37835

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Senior Max – Heat 1 – A vs B
    7. Oliver Askew (+1.465)
    28. Jake Craig (+14.930)
    34. Mason Marotta – 0 laps

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37833

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Junior Max – Heat 1 – C vs D
    12. Sting Ray Robb (+12.022)
    14. Christian Brooks (+12.909)

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    #37832

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Thursday’s events are now underway.  The morning warm-ups are completed and we’re into the first round of heats races.

    Junior Max – Heat 1 – A vs B
    16. Ryan Norberg (+9.763)
    19. Austin Versteeg (+11.130)
    22. Austin Garrison (+12.141)

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    #37201

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    The SKUSA track staff did a great job getting the initial barrier placement done early, which gave Tom Kutscher the chance to begin fine-tuning earlier than last year.  They’ve made a couple small changes to the track, much of it aimed at safety.  The run into the hairpin Turn 4 has been lengthened by about 15′, and the exit will have Scribner barriers in front of the water barriers to eliminate that contact area.  The lead onto the backstraight has been adjusted as well to limit exit speed.  Barriers have been added in front of the water barriers leading onto the backstraight as well, with a foot or two of ‘crush area’ to protect drivers who run wide and potential impact the wall.

    In addition, there are no water barriers on the inside of the tracks so the sight lines from the four grandstands will be better than ever.

    The track is looking really racy, which is awesome.

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #37104

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    I am surprised no one picked Enaam Ahmed in your top 5.

    To be honest, Kyle, I worked on my predictions based on the drivers I knew were coming for TaG Junior and Ahmed wasn’t on the list.  He’s coming, so you’ve definitely got to include him in the hunt.  It’s going to be a badass week, for sure.

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

    #35930

    Rob Howden
    Keymaster

    Friday, October 24, 2014
    Finals

    Mini Rok – Bridgestone Final (B Main)
    2. Gianluca Petecof
    10. Dylan Tavella
    13. David Morales
    18. Colin Queen

    Mini Rok – Final
    10. Jagger Jones
    13. Antonio Serravalle
    16. Mathias Ramirez
    25. Lachlan Defrancesco

    Junior Rok – Final
    15. Ryan Norberg
    21. Luis Forteza III
    28. Jacabo Camacho

    Rok Shifter – Final
    17. Augie Lerch

    Super Rok:
    17. Remo Ruscitti

    Rob Howden - eKartingNews.com Publisher / Editor - @RobHowden

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