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Thread: Great Lakes Challenge on-road Nitro Race, 2011

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    Great Lakes Challenge Video

    I wanted to show a video of what racing at the Toledo track is like, but this time I wanted to show what an average person can do, with a lot of dedication and effort. I wanted to show someone that has an "average" amount of ability, rather than the super-heroes you see getting the A-Main trophies week after week. I also wanted to find someone who wouldn't yell at me too badly for standing next to him on the driver's stand.

    The last qualifier of the last round was starting, and Mike Saputo was going up the stand. I picked him, as I didn't think he'd get too upset at me. I had John Schwitzer on the other side of me, and both of them are more interested in enjoying r/c racing than in shaving .001 seconds off their lap time. So, from the time the cars were called in for refueling, until they came in after the race ended, I did my best to film Mike Saputo's car. (Mike had no idea I was filming - he was sure I was just taking photographs. John never got upset at me either - at least he didn't tell me if he did....)

    Here's the video. Play it back at 720p resolution if you want to see the details better. If you listen to the audio track in the background, you'll hear the announcer going on and on about how Don Jones was going to finally get in a good qualifier, and in fact do well enough to get into the A-Main. By the way, since I was standing right next to Mike Saputo, you get to see what he saw - if you think this looks like something you can do, maybe you want to get involved in 1/8 nitro on-road racing.... Enjoy!


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    Results

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    A  Main - 1/10th Touring Open
    
    
    Pos.  Car Driver's Name         Total Laps Total Time
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        1   1 Paul Lemieux                 116 00:40:02
        2   3 DJ Apolaro                   111 00:40:21
        3   9 Brad Toffelmire              109 00:40:14
        4   7 Scott Fisher                 108 00:40:22
        5  14 Ted Hammer                   105 00:40:07
        6  13 Chay Blount                  104 00:40:09
        7  11 Nick Lefebvre                103 00:40:21
        8  10 Louis Vanderway              102 00:40:08
        9   8 Troy Woodson                  98 00:39:01
       10   6 Melvin Austin                 93 00:40:11
       11   5 Craig Xavier                  92 00:40:11
       12  12 Loran Whiting                 88 00:32:15
       13   2 Vincent Jackson               58 00:20:19
       14   4 Andy Power                    42 00:15:38
    
    
    
    A  Main - 1/8th GT
    
    Pos.  Car Driver's Name         Total Laps Total Time
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        1   1 Rick Vessel                   72 00:30:24
        2   2 Scott McNish                  71 00:30:21
        3   4 Bill Sydor                    69 00:30:09
        4   5 Marty Waldhelm                64 00:30:23
        5  11 Robert Nix                    60 00:30:26
        6   3 Mike Cooper                   53 00:30:06
        7   9 Gary Waldhelm                 53 00:30:15
        8   8 Dave Strausbaugh              45 00:29:40
        9  10 James Palansky                32 00:30:07
       10   6 Mark Rodney                   23 00:10:50
       11   7 Gene Greer                    10 00:06:42
    
    
    
    
    A  Main - 1/8 Masters
    
    Pos.  Car Driver's Name         Total Laps Total Time
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        1   5 Skip Starkey                 105 00:35:05
        2   1 Joaquin Desoto Sr            104 00:35:15
        3   3 David Lee                    100 00:35:06
        4   7 Rick Davis                   100 00:35:07
        5   6 Don Jones                     95 00:35:11
        6   9 Dan Louis                     93 00:35:12
        7   2 Eli Ezrow                     90 00:35:01
        8  12 Rick St Cyr                   87 00:35:18
        9   4 Mark Sweeney                  72 00:26:55
       10   8 Bob Block                     67 00:23:54
       11  10 Jeff Whiting                  37 00:28:55
       12  11 OV Opheim                     17 00:08:23
    
    
    
    A  Main - 1/8 Open.
    
    Pos.  Car Driver's Name         Total Laps Total Time
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        1   5 Paul Lemieux                 130 00:40:10
        2   2 Paolo Morganti               130 00:40:11
        3   1 Scott Kimbrow                125 00:40:17
        4  11 Uriah Murnan                 121 00:40:03
        5  10 Michael Palazzola            121 00:40:09
        6   7 Richard Siriano              117 00:39:48
        7   3 Terry Rott                    96 00:32:49
        8   8 Jari Taskila                  58 00:20:52
        9  12 Louis Vanderway               41 00:15:40
       10   6 Lon Burling II                35 00:11:52
       11   4 Jeff Zuccarell                25 00:08:14
       12   9 Andrew Nicholas               13 00:04:31
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    Photos, Videos, and Driver Information Lists coming soon

    Great race; thanks to everyone who made it possible.

    I've got lots of photos and videos to post, including the final minutes of the 1/8 A-Main. This will have to wait until I get home, probably tomorrow night. I'll also assemble the equipment list, of what each A-Main driver was using.

    The A-Main results are listed up above - you need to scroll up and down inside the window to see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Great race; thanks to everyone who made it possible.

    I've got lots of photos and videos to post, including the final minutes of the 1/8 A-Main. This will have to wait until I get home, probably tomorrow night. I'll also assemble the equipment list, of what each A-Main driver was using.

    The A-Main results are listed up above - you need to scroll up and down inside the window to see them.
    The One-Eighth Racers thank you for your great coverage of our 2011 Great Lakes Challenge. It was neat having camera chat and to meet you. We finally got some great weather.

    Bill Klingbeil
    Treasurer One-Eighth Racers of Toledo

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    Thanks Mike for keeping us posted!!!

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    1/8 4WD Open Equipment List

    1/8
    Finished Qualified Name Chassis Engine Fuel Body
    1 5 Paul Lemieux XRAY RX8 Max Power Powermaster Protoform P909
    2 2 Paolo Morganti Serpent Novarossi Byrons Blitz
    3 1 Scott Kimbrow Serpent 966 Novarossi Tornado Protoform P909
    4 11 Uriah Murman Mugen MRX5 Murnan Modified Picco Powermaster Protoform P909
    5 10 Michael Palazzola Mugen MRX5 Max Power Byrons Protoform P909
    6 7 Richard Siriano Mugen MRX5 Max Power Tornado Protoforum P909
    7 3 Terry Rott Serpent 966 Novarossi Tornado Protoform P909
    8 8 Jari Taskila Capricorn Novarossi Kosmic Protoform P909
    9 12 Louis Vanderway ? ? ? ?
    10 6 Lon Burling II XRAY RX8 Nova Flash, Murnan Powermaster Protoform P909
    11 4 Jeff Zuccarell XRAY RX8 Murnan Picco Powermaster Protoform P909
    12 9 Andrew Nicholas Mugen MRX5 Nova 35+tuned Kosmic Protoform P909
    1/10
    Finish Qualified Name Chassis Engine Fuel Body
    1 1 Paul Lemieux XRAY NT1 Max Power Powermaster Protoform P56
    2 3 DJ Apolaro Capricorn Novarossi PTS Kosmic Chevy
    3 9 Brad Toffelmire XRAY NT1 Nova Max Powermaster Protoform P37
    4 7 Scott Fisher XRAY NT1 Orion ABI Black Orion Protoform P37
    5 14 Ted Hammer Shepherd Novarossi 353 Byrons Blitz
    6 13 Chay Blount KM HK1 Murnan Mod Novarossi Powermaster Chevy Kruze
    7 11 Nick Lefebvre XRAY NT1 Max Power Powermaster SRC
    8 10 Louis Vanderway ? ? ? ?
    9 8 Troy Woodson XRAY NT1 Murnan Modified M3 Powermaster SRC
    10 6 Melvin Austin Capricorn RBM3 Murnan Powermaster SRC Chevy
    11 5 Craig Xavier XRAY NT1 Max Power Powermaster Protoform P37
    12 12 Loran Whiting XRAY NT1 Max Power Powermaster SRC
    13 2 Vincent Jackson Capricorn Novarossi PTS Powermaster Protoform
    14 4 Andy Power XRAY NT1 Novarossi Tornado SRC Kruze
    Masters
    Finish Qualified Name Chassis Engine Fuel Body
    1 5 Skip Starkey XRAY RX8 Max Power TQ9 Blue Thunder Protoform P909
    2 1 Joaquin DeSoto Sr Serpent Novarossi Flash Kosmic Blitz R11
    3 3 David Lee Kyosho Evolva Novarossi 359 Byrons Protoform P909
    4 7 Rick Davis Serpent 966 Novarossi PTS Tornado Protoform P909
    5 6 Don Jones Serpent 966 Novarossi ? Protoform P909
    6 9 Dan Louis Shepherd Rossi Byrons Protoform P909
    7 2 Eli Ezrow XRAY RX8 Murnan Modified Powermaster Protoform P909
    8 12 Rick St Cyr Mugen MRX5 Max TQ Powermaster Protoform P909
    9 4 Mark Sweeney Capricorn Sirio Tornado Protoform P909
    10 8 Bob Block Kyosho Novarossi Byrons ?
    11 10 Jeff Whiting XRAY RX8 Max TQR Powermaster Protoform P909
    12 11 OV Opheim ? ? ? ?

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    A video of Paul Lemieux and Drewe Ellis winning the GLC

    This video is of the final six minutes of the 1/8 Open A Main. Out of the 12 cars that started, the only ones still running are Paul, Paolo Morganti, Scott Kimbrow, Uriah Murnan, Michael Palazzola, and Richard Siriano. Pit stops were a BIG factor in this race, and you'll get to see what Drewe Ellis did to help Paul stay out front. Paolo came soooooooo close..... but in the end, it was Paul out front.

    As this is being entered, the video is still processing. Be sure to watch it in 720p resolution to see all the detail.

    I wasn't sure how much to zoom in on Paul's car. Zooming in tight shows the car nicely, but you lose the feel of the rest of the track, as well as the other cars. It's sort of long (six minutes) but I wanted people to get a feel of what this racing is like - in this case, just a small part of the 40-minute A-Main.


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    Mike,
    Amazing finish after 40 minutes of racing. Your little Lumix does nice vids. Did you notice a smudge/finger print close to the center of view?
    Bill K

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    The reason I bought the Lumix was to do videos of the Homestead Worlds (which I then didn't get to). For r/c, I get results closer to what I want, than I could ever get with a dedicated video camera (unless I spent a fortune to get the right lenses). About the smudge, yes, I did - but only when I got home and viewed it on the big screen. When I look at the lens, it's barely noticeable. The Lumix would never do the racing photos I like to take, but when I photographed Don Jones' busted piston assembly, the Lumix did a better job than my Nikon macro lens on the D3. It's an amazing little camera. When I first started looking for a new P&S, I wanted 24mm minimum for wide angle capability, and HD. I couldn't find a lens like that (for an affordable price) on any of the video cameras. If the Canon S95 would have gone to 24, I probably would have bought that instead.... but now that I've got the Lumix, I'm pretty happy with it even though it's not as compact as the Canon.

    One thing I didn't get was the start of the 1/8th A-Main. I saw you up on your ladder next to the track - if you were able to video the start, maybe you can upload it to Youtube in HD? If you use the Lumix software, it will do all the upload work for you.

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