Speed Features


UW at 2011 Formula SAE CaliforniaOn the third weekend in June, Wisconsin Racing was again able to put the talents of the WR-211 on display, this time in the sunshine of Southern California. Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA welcomed 61 Formula SAE teams from eight different nations for the sixth and final year. This was the first Formula SAE West competition for Wisconsin Racing and the fourth different Formula SAE event Wisconsin has competed in of around 10 held across the world. The top five finishing teams are listed below.

1. Ecole De Technologie Superieure (Canada)
2. University of Oklahoma
3. University of Wisconsin - Madison
4. University of Maryland - College Park
5. University of Bath (England)

Continue reading for a day by day recap of the competition...

 


 

Team Half Fast at AHDRA Bike Week NationalsThe Team was very excited to return to Norwalk, Ohio for the AHDRA Ohio Bike Week Nationals after having to miss it last year due to the engine blow up (do y’all remember that?).

Since we were rained out at our local track for most of May, we were unable to change our tune-up to accommodate the hot weather, and so we decided to participate in the test and tune session on Friday night.

We made six passes and made a lot of progress with the help of David Stanley of Top Fuel team Grey Ghost Racing.  We never hit real close to the elusive 11.50 second pass, but we did manage an 11.589, an 11.465, and an 11.346.

 


 

Charlie Schultz and Tim Ice grab spots on the podiumChecking in with a race weekend update.  Both of our  cars made had a podium finish with Charlie placing 2nd and Tim @ 3rd.  Brief recap of event below.

MSA Points standing now show #7 of Charlie Schultz in 3rd and #77 Tim Ice in 6th. We have five (5) races remainingon the MSA (Midwest Supermodified Association) racing circuit. We have intentions to run the end of July competing in the Sandusky Nationals Hy-Miler which is an ISMA (International Supermodified Association) sanctioned race and then again Labor Day weekend  in the “wing” race on Friday night of the Oswego CLASSIC, which is a co-sanctioned MSA & ISMA racing event.

 


 

May Motorsports checking in with the Annual King of Wings race weekend update (below is a recap).  This is the third year in which we get a podium finish with Tim Ice in the #77 car finishing 2nd.  Next up for May Motorsports is this upcoming Saturday 7/16 at Lorain County Speedway. 

MIKE LICHTY CROWNED KING OF WINGS IN NON-STOP OSWEGO FEATURE
By Carol D. Haynes

 


 

Russ Morseman Racing #44Last weekend I finished 2nd in the heat and was run into on the first lap of the feature breaking the left rear axle tube off the rear end. It wasn’t a good night.

This last weekend I was leading the heat with three laps to go and the car hit 260 deg. and started losing power. I ended up finishing second.

We decided to change some things for the feature but had the same results. I started 5th and was up to second on lap 9. We had a restart and I took the lead on the high side only to have the caution come out for a another wreck so I got put back to second and the leader chose the outside the next time...