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Ken Haines
02-01-2010, 01:48 PM
Here are the final results from the Orlando Winter Nats for the FE classes.
Thanks also to Steve Vacarro for helping to sponsor our FE classes.
(sorry about the page layout below, I could not figure this out)


LSH
Place Racer Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
1 Ken Haines 300 300 300 400 1300
2 Terry Cowger 400 400 25 300 1125
3 Mike Martin 225 127 25 225 602
4 Hugh Ebner 25 0 400 0 425
5 Tom Taggart 25 169 0 0 194
6 Rick Workman 25 25 0 25 75
7 Jason Sims 25 0 0 0 25

P-Mono
Place Racer Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
1 Terry Cowger 400 300 400 400 1500
2 Ken Haines 400 400 400 25 1225
3 Mike Martin 300 25 300 400 1025
4 Rick Workman 25 400 25 225 675
5 Joaquin Colon 225 25 225 169 644
6 Hugh Ebner 300 0 25 300 625
7 Jason Sims 25 300 0 300 625
8 Pete Forcier 169 25 169 25 388
9 Brian Smith 0 225 25 127 377
10 Giovani Guzman 0 25 300 25 350

Spec Hydro
Place Racer Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
1 Jason Sims 400 400 169 169 1138
2 Terry Cowger 225 225 225 300 975
3 Mike Martin 0 300 400 225 925
4 Ken Haines 300 169 25 400 894
5 Hugh Ebner 25 127 300 25 477
6 Paul Pachmayer 0 0 0 25 25
7 Pete Forcier 0 0 0 0 0

A good time was had by all who attended.
The Gas and Nitro guys were very impressed with our FE boats, we may even have a few converts for next year.
Thanks, Ken :bounce:

mike martin
02-01-2010, 01:59 PM
Thanks agen Steve and ose for always helping out

Steven Vaccaro
02-01-2010, 05:36 PM
Glad I could help out.

Did the nitro guys like the speed of the p monos? How do they compare to 21 nitro mono classes?

Ken Haines
02-01-2010, 07:48 PM
Hey Steve,
All the FE classes were very fast, notably the Spec riggers for their small size.
The best of the P-mono's were capable of 60+
These guys had good gas and nitro boats too.
The P's appeared faster, although their boats were great in race water conditions.
It would be interesting for some crossover racing.
At Doug Smock's club their IMPBA rules allow them to run open mono & open Hydro.
Thats a blast but the big FE boats are sure expensive.
I hope to race those open classes again in a few weeks.
Thanks, Ken

Steven Vaccaro
02-01-2010, 08:10 PM
Hey Steve,
All the FE classes were very fast, notably the Spec riggers for their small size.
The best of the P-mono's were capable of 60+
These guys had good gas and nitro boats too.
The P's appeared faster, although their boats were great in race water conditions.
It would be interesting for some crossover racing.
At Doug Smock's club their IMPBA rules allow them to run open mono & open Hydro.
Thats a blast but the big FE boats are sure expensive.
I hope to race those open classes again in a few weeks.
Thanks, Ken

Thanks for the info Ken. Reason I asked is that I will be running at a nitro pond this summer.

D. Newland
02-02-2010, 12:37 PM
Ken-this may be a tall order, but at some point do you think you can get the heat times for A mono, B mono and P mono from the race organizers?

Some race organization software will print off a page of every racer in each class, along with their fastest heat time. Or just get the winner, or top 3...anything really. I bet it would be telling information.

A-rigger and P-Limited rigger would also be good to see...

Ken Haines
02-02-2010, 01:44 PM
Hey Dave,
I'm not sure that they took any times, but I will ask.
Good thoughts, we will see.
Ken :bounce:

Doug Smock
02-02-2010, 02:02 PM
Great work!!!!! Congratulations fellas!!!!!:beerchug:

Wish I could have been there!:crying:

Doug :tiphat: