IMI Motorsports Complex
August 2, 1997 - IMI Motorsports Complex
From: Jennifer Susich, firstname.lastname@example.org
Look for the new IMI Speedway T-Shirts!
Fun was had by all here at IMI. Buck Blair is back from Europe and made
his IMI season debut. He ran over Don "The Target" Foster (see why we
named him The Target?), crashed and earned the nickname "Nutsack." Gene
"The Dancin' Machine" Petz had it stuck in his head that we were running
TT races and kept flying off the track. Took Buck Blair with him once.
But everyone survived. Don "The Target" Foster sat out of the Handicap
to recover from fuzzy eye syndrome after he was run over. Jay "Do or
Die" Gruetzmacher came all the way out to practice, only to find out
that his motor was shot. But he was there for moral support and to help
Don hobble off the track. We also had a new Speedway racer this week.
Longtime flat track demon Jerry Wilmoth got his hands on Gene Petz's old
bike and made a great first time appearance. Everyone was mightily
impressed. Good job Jerry! And now for the long awaited results...
Division 1 Main
1st (17) Rob Ball
2nd (9) Scott "Speedway Gypsy" Ormiston (WL)
3rd (39) Buck "Nutcup" Blair
4th (57) Gene "Dancin' Machine" Petz (JAWA)
Division 1 Consi
1st (X) Allen Williams (GM)
2nd (74) Tom "Kamikaze Kid" Kern (Godden)
3rd (21) Conn "Con Man" Harris (WL)
4th (5) Don "The Target" Foster (WL)
1st (4) Calvin "The Calvinator" Harrington (JAWA)
2nd (39) Chad Mann (WL)
3rd (2) Jerry Wilmoth
4th (67) Ron Grace
Handicap-Dash for Cash
This is my favorite race and definitely the most exciting, with the more
experienced riders blazing through the pack to win. And, of course,
that is what happened again this week. Conn "The Con Man" Harris
started on the 30 and took the lead fairly early, only to casually watch
as Buck "Nutsack" Blair roared from the 50 to win the race. Allen
"X-Man" Williams came in third, Tom "Kamikaze Kid" Kern took fourth, Ron
Grace finished fifth and Rob Ball brought in home at sixth.
See ya on the 16th!