Well the weather did not seem like it was going to cooperate Sunday, but the gloom gave way to a beautiful afternoon and some great racing! Unfortunately, there was not a large turnout for the Greg Morse Memorial Money Race so we have postponed that until August 3rd so you taggers be ready! The Yamaha Money Race pushed on though, congratulations to everyone who participated and to Don Foley for his victory!
Yamaha Combined Money Race Results:
1st Don Foley #34
2nd Bill Salsbury #16
3rd John Salsbury #26
4th TJ Scime #95
5th Bruce Coulombe #14
6th Tony Scime #71
I have noticed recently that there are some errors in our posted schedule on our web site. I would like to set the record straight. This weekend we will host the Vintage weekend. Next correction is we will have oval and sprint racing both on Sunday with the sprint racing running in reverse. The last correction is there is NOT a WKA divisional race this weekend. Our next WKA divisional race is scheduled for August 3rd.
We did not have enough entries this past weekend for the Greg Morse Memorial Race and I want to apologize to his family that came to our track to see this event. On the brighter side of this I am happy to announce that we will try again to host this race in his memory on August 3rd, 2014. All tag racers please hold this date and come to GVKC to honor Greg and his family.
The Genesee Valley Kart Club will be hosting two separate money races this Sunday. We will run a combined class of Yamaha Pipe and Senior Yamaha Can, and one class of Tag karts.
Any questions should be directed to Don Foley. Our next money race, the “Alan Decker Memorial Race” will take place on September 21st.
I wanted to share with all of you a few upcoming points. In recent weeks I along with some board members have been a little frustrated with the uncompleted work with regards to our paving project. I want to give you the latest information on this and that is as follows:
I have been told that between today and tomorrow the dirt piles will be distributed around the edges of the track.
I have been told that early next week (June 30/ July 1) that milling and repaving of the two bumpy areas will be completed. These are in the oval straight start/finish line and between oval corners 1 & 2.
With the milling/repaving mentioned above we will not be able to have any karts on the track until the weekend after July 4th break. This includes no track rental as well during this period. Racing will resume with oval/open practice on July 12 and sprint July 13. Lets keep our fingers crossed that this work gets completed.
June 28 (Saturday) open practice will be in reverse in preparation for Sunday’s competition to also be run in reverse.
We are still looking for members to help with Saturday running oval/open practice with the incentive mentioned in the previous posting.
Looking ahead to the Vintage weekend. We will have people coming to our track from all over the country and Canada and it would be really nice if our facility was looking as good as it can to impress these people. We would like to have the grounds trimmed and fences painted before that weekend. More information about the planning of this will be coming soon.