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This is my 86 Mustang in its early days. Not much
done here but shocks and springs. stock 10" brakes.
Eych! This was at the "NAS Grand Prix" event
held by Tidewater Sports Car Club at the Naval Air
Station in Norfolk VA. Large, clean, wonderful concrete.
In its real life, the site was a helo landing/parking
This is the SCCA National Tour event at the NAS
Norfolk. I was running CP against several past SCCA
National Champions,,,and actually won the event. it was a
blast. I think this was on my second transmission by this
time...I ran Goodyear/Hoosier slicks at this event.
This is my 86 Mustang at Charlotte Motor Speedway
back in 94. I was using the 245/50-15 R1's on a set of
15x8 black steel Diamond Racing Wheels. The air dam was a
great advantage on the high speed backstraight. I didn't
have the 3.55 gears in it yet. They came shortly
This is the car at Roebling Road back in spring of
98. I'm running 265/50-15 R1's on it by now. With that
gearing, i was able to get 135 on the front straight.
Good run that weekend. Roebling was more fun than I
thought it would be. Turn one was a blast if you got it
right. Good and fast.
My car and tow rig in camp at Summit Point at the
PONIES at the POINT high performance driving school held
by Car Guys over the
July 4th weekend in 1998. I've attended all of these
track events since the first. I believe 1999 will be the
Summit Point "Ponies at the Point" July 4th weekend
2000. This is down in the turn 6/7 area.
The TOW RIG
The car in 2002 trim.
13" Cobra brakes installed up front under 17x9 Cobra wheels shod
with 255/40-17 Kumho Victoracers
Virginia International Raceway 3-27-04
Power Point slide show
The TOW RIG