8/18/2013 – Eric Woolworth wins his 2nd career Feature in the Raven Tavern #88!

 photo 20130818 eric-woolworth wins a feature in oswego's largest, most experienced and talented karting division!

SUNDAY, AUGUST 18th, 2013, OSWEGO, NY –  Eric Woolworth swept
the night’s heat and feature in his Raven Tavern #88 by passing Dave Spanfelner in the early stages,  running away and hiding enough on late-charging Matt and Chris Stevens to collect his 2nd career win, both this season. 10 karts were used, and c’mon… we have so many open karts people. I guess it is true… people really do fear us as the best karters in Oswego and puss out on race day. Period. Word. Pass it. Do you think don’t want more people to beat? Think you’re the $#!t because you race a kart at a pay track. Lolz. Bring it, son. All racers raced hard and had fun.  More
details below…

HEAT ONE

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Start:

1st. Adam Lytle (Lytle #33c)


2nd. Eric Woolworth (Raven Tavern #88)


3rd. Brian Galletta (Platt-num #42)


4th. Chris Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse/Chrusher.com/R&C Sushi #8)


5th. Melissa Stevens (Scissors n’ Fur #19)

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Brian Galletta’s brand new #42 is still in the working-out-bugs stage. When
the steering column snaps, bad things can happen. The #42 then put a hole in
one of the greenhouses…





…and boy did that piss off Wesley James Stevens! So much that he did one of
his infamous Pygmy TrOgre temper tantrums (as seen on a low-resolution clip
from our weekly race Blu-rays / DVD)!






The Melissa cam got a great shot of Brian’s crash, which always goes to show
the more cameras the better!
All racers raced hard.

Again, these are highly-compressed, low-resolution clips from our high-definition
race discs, all from 2-3 three angles (Rungnapha “Aou” Stevens Tower cam, Melissa
Stevens back turn cam, and Matt Stevens helmet cam). Mastered in HD, they are
available in the following formats:


– Blu-ray ($10 per disc – 1080HD, highest quality,
the most racing on one disc, but the discs are expensive and time-consuming
to encode.),


AVCHD ($8 per disc, 1080 HD on a DVD disc – but
needs a Blu-ray player to play and is not compatible with all players), and


Standard DVD  ($5 per disc, least quality but can
play on any DVD player).


Finish:

1st. Eric Woolworth (Raven Tavern #88)


2nd. Chris Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse/Chrusher.com/R&C Sushi #8)


3rd. Adam Lytle (Lytle #33c)


4th. Brian Galletta (Platt-num #42)


5th. Melissa Stevens (Scissors n’ Fur #19)

Nobody cares what order everybody was, but all racers raced hard.

HEAT TWO

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1st. Branden “Toomer” Matott (Inkings Tatoo/Woodchuck Saloon #781)

2nd. Dave Spanfelner (DS Hump’s #81)


3rd. Randy Platt (Plattnum #13) 


4th. Matt Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse #6)


5th. Zach Shurtliff (Galletta’s Greenhouse #1)


6th. Collin Morrison (Raven Tavern #78)

Matt Stevens has heard the rumors for years. “He wins so much because he always
has the best motor”, or “puts more time into his kart.” That’s what they would
always say. But the people who say this have been empirically disproven time
and time again. Every single year, a handful of times per year, Matt hops into
a Galletta’s Arrive-and-drive kart that rookies and lesser-experienced drivers
climb in, get last place (usually get lapped in or crash in) and give up racing
with us complaining that the karts are shit and that we rig it. He then promptly
slaps all who said he rigged wins in the past by hopping into the oft-laughed
at Galletta’s kart and proceeds to whoop ass in it. He does it so many times
a year, but ignorance is bliss, and instead of honoring Matt’s skills, they
wuss out and stop racing with the best karter in Oswego. Again, this week was
empirical evidence that such people are ignorant morons. Observe the heat race,
where Matt decided literally a minute before race time to hop into the oft-ignored
Galletta’s Greenhouse #6 kart, and seemingly effortlessly going from 4th to
1st on the start of the race! Not on lap one… WITHIN SECONDS OF WHEN THE GREEN
FLAG DROPPED! In fact, he hasn’t even done that in his #3 or #33 this year.
You know what that means? He gives the renters FASTER karts and STILL whoops
them, and they actually think that their karts are slower! It’s kind of like
an inside joke we have at Galletta’s, as all of the regular veterans are quite
bored and want more competition… here, we’ll give you a more powerful kart
and still easily defeat you. Now think about it… this website is read all
over the world, and I tell you now… you can find any driver on the planet
– even the millionaire grand prix, IRL, NASCAR, or locally DIRT, Modified, SBS
or Supermodified drivers, and certainly not the Kiddie track, as we’ve been
there and dominated that track even against a large class motor for all 3 of
our seasons there, incuding what is now the Sr. Clones, haha! – and not find
anybody who can do that in these karts. He’s that good. And his brother Chris
is right there, too, as he has done it nearly as much. The stats don’t lie.
The bros have never pursued a career in other forms of racing, but they know
if they did, they’d be up in the front of any class they got into. And the rest
of our regular veterans are not slouches either! They are all pretty good too, just
less experience under their belts and could do some things against the vast
majority of the guys who think they’re the $#!t because they race at a pay track.
Please. Come out and race!


Okay, after the rant we see that Randy Platt (one of our excellent veteran
drivers that I was talking about) hounded Matt in the rebuilt/repainted Brian
Galletta/Plattnum #13, but the crankshaft bent on the last lap when he lost
a chain. He passed the finish line, but not before getting passed at the line
by Tumor. In the back, Collin Morrison and Zach Shurtliff did not qualify in
the heat as Collin spun out too many times and crashed into Zach, and Zach did
not spin, was off the pace. Learning exeriences, as both these kids could be
good if they stick at it, but when the property owner does not want minors on
the track, you MUST qualify by running a flawless race. If you spin or wreck,
you will be allowed practice, but won’t be allowed into the feature, where the
racing is for serious adults.

All racers raced hard.

Finish:

1st. Matt Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse #6)


2nd. Branden “Toomer” Matott (Inkings Tatoo/Woodchuck Saloon #781)


3rd. Randy Platt (Plattnum #13) 


4th. Zach Shurtliff (Galletta’s Greenhouse #1)


5th. Collin Morrison (Raven Tavern #78)


6th. Dave Spanfelner (DS Hump’s #81)

45-LAP FEATURE

Remember, Galletta’s Karting Club does NOT give into the silliness of WKA/NKA-type
karting divisions (dividing karting classes harshly by weight, age and engine
and DQing someone for being a lb. or two over), as we believe it’s for babies,
kids and hyper-sensitive girly men (works great for kids who are learning the
racing game, but silly for adults). We have never liked that, it makes no true
champion, and long nights of many small classes in many short races and a giant
waste of money and a crappy show for the audience (you have to be the friend
or family of one of the racers to even sit there and watch such overwhelming
amount of 2-5 kart races). Matt Stevens designed a revolutionary system of power-and-gearing
for weight. Lighter guys are weighed down a bit and have a less powerful gear
than the heavy guys, who have no weight added and a more powerful gear or cam.
Time trial speeds are VERY close, and our track is tough to pass on, despite
the fact that we race VVEERRRRY clean because we are open wheel (fiberglass
bodies are a handicap for weaker drivers, in our opinions). This, along with
our handicap system that always progressively inverts the field by puts low-win/low-point
scoring drivers in front and high-win/high-point drivers in the back, it means
everyone has a shot and experience goes a looonnngg way. Ppoven by the fact
that the 20-year karting experience Chris and Matt Stevens can hop into any
kart and compete.  All racers raced hard.

Start:

1st. Branden “Toomer” Matott (Inkings Tatoo/Woodchuck Saloon #781)


2nd. Adam Lytle (Lytle #33c)


3rd. Eric Woolworth (Raven Tavern #88)


4th. Brian Galletta* (Brian Galletta/Plattnum #42)


5th. Dave Spanfelner (DS Hump’s #81) #8)


6th. Matt Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse #6)


7th. Chris Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse/Chrusher.com/R&C Sushi #8)


8th. Randy Platt* (Brian Galletta/Plattnum #13) 


9th. Melissa Stevens (Scissors n’ Fur #19)


10th. Zach Shurtliff** (Galletta’s Greenhouse #1)


11th. Collin Morrison** (Raven Tavern #78)




* = Did Not Start due to mechanical failure.

** = Did Not Start due to special minor qualifications.

Nobody cares what order everybody was, but all racers raced hard and had fun.

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Lately, thanks to the tremendous efforts of Matt Stevens the karts have been so closely matched that a good start and experience has meant the difference between 1st and last. We se here just how explosive our stars can be, and one snooze on a start or restart gets you put from first to last quick.  All racers raced hard.

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Dave Spanfelner blasted from 4th to 1st in reatively short order with a great
start in his DS Humphrey’s #54. Dave looked unstoppable and looked like he was
on his way to repeat his dominant feature win a couple of weeks ago.




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However, Eric Woolworth got the pass on Dave Spanfelner after the #54 started
to slow down and get loose going into the turns, especially turn 1, where people
behind him had to brake to avoid slamming him off the track. Once
Eric got by, it was bye bye, and went about taking a half track lead after a
bit.




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Matt (Galletta’s #6) and Chris (Galletta’s/Chrusher.com/R&C Sushi #8)
did their usual bit – passing each other back and forth trying to get by people.
Usually, whichever brother gets up to the front all but clinches a win, and
the bros have done this battle more times than anybody knows through the years.
Here the DS Hump’s #54 was a shade off due to being loose going into the turns,
but Dave still drives hard enough to hold pretty much anybody off. The bros
swapped 3rd and 4th all night trying to get Dave while trying very hard not
to smash into him in the turns (very dangerous to do).




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Finally, after many laps, Chris was able to get a really good run alongside
Dave and…




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…execute a pass at the end of the front strech, clearing the #54 and moving into 2nd.




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But after Chris got the pass, Dave then ran into Chris in turn 2 and hooked
the #54’s front bumper into the #8’s back bumper, enabling that tricky Matthew
to shoot under the both of them to take the lead. Much like 2 weeks ago when
a couple of rookies took a wallop, it seems Dave drives a little quicker in
turn 1 when someone’s back bumper is in front of him! Hmmm…. Maybe starter
Wesley should keep an eye on that instead of staring at Brian Galletta’s #42
with disdain and hatred
! 😉

[Edit: Dave was upset with the webpage and feels it unjustly portrayed him and made him look bad. However, nothing could be further than the truth.  I already apologized to him in our private group discussion. No malice was intended, and I, the webmaster (Chris), was simply documenting the race, and in case people missed it, in my usual tongue-in-cheek (see the little 😉 ?) that I have always done since 2005 on this website. We cover the races, and we are almost a parody of other racing… and I do go out of my way to try and add humor to my pages. I covered a wreck where a position changed, and apparently, my usual humor did not go over well with Dave. This was his response:

“I was handling like shit! Chris got by but went high. If you look at pic Matt and I are on same line, Chris is a bit out of shape. He is blaming me and saying Ogre needs to watch me. I have tried since day one to let racing go on if I can’t keep up. I have waved Matt on by and in this race fingered the person banging the shit out of me ( as I am sure is on DVD if it ever gets done).”

Chris’s response:

“Firstly, the #8 is never out of shape. I’ve never lost control and spun that thing out in 10 years of racing that kart regularly (including on TWO tracks for three years). The only time it has ever wrecked, spun out, it is because someone dumped, rammed or wrecked me. Period. 100% true. One can view every single video we’ve ever raced (including pretty much every time I’ve ever raced that kart!) and see that is the case. In fact, it has been loose as heck at rare times (occasionally at Oswego Kartway and the stagger was so completely off in the Galletta’s 2008 Klassic 200 after a tire change that it drove sideways and pushed around the whole track for 150 laps and I STILL GOT F***ING THIRD PLACE!) and I STILL never wiped out in it. I have FULL control of that kart unless someone takes that away from me by ramming/crashing/hooking/dumping me. Period. That is why it is my go-to starter kart. It handles very well. If Dave thinks I purposefully/intentionally rammed him, he is wrong. If I bumped him unintentionally, I don’t recall doing it, but if I did, I wasn’t the only one, as Matt and myself – in a battle for the points lead – were passing each other back and forth in back of Dave and trying to get by him, so it wasn’t just me behind him. If one or both of us bumped/pushed him, it is usually Matt trying to push someone by me or to help them hold me off, or vice versa, but not an intentional effort to wreck anybody or piss them off. It was all clean racing the whole time we were in back of him. However, when I was finally able to get past Dave (and in doing so, I blasted back into the top groove, in full control, and never out of shape) and he clearly floored it into my back bumper and hooked me. Normally, I would say it was a racing deal, everyone driving hard and bumpers got hooked. It happens and it’s not cause for concern most of the time. However, Dave has always bumped me every time I’ve ever passed him since his rookie season. While it is a part of racing, and occasionally accidental, when it happens EVERY time, one can only believe it’s done on purpose maliciously, or a lack of racing skills – if you have a run on someone, you should be doing one of two things: using brakes to avoid ramming someone or going in a different line to attempt to pass them. Ramming them only slows YOU down, speeds THEM up, and POTENTIALLY causes a wreck. If he flipped off somebody (meaning me) and let somebody by (meaning Matt), maybe he should pay closer attention to who bumped him and who didn’t, and stop altering a CLOSE points race [between two brothers who have been passionately racing each other hard (and 99% clean, haha) for over twenty years] that he statistically is not within range of beating. And here I even stuck up for him in the 2012 Klassic when he blocked me and Matt passed me, then where Matt crashed into him when I tried to get him back later in the race. A lot of thanks I got. Oh well, if he is truly THAT mad, all I can say is good luck in the pay track divisions where they won’t try to help you as much as they will attempt to outspend you. Oh, and bump the living crap out of you if you block them for one lap, let alone twenty.” 

Well, here is a clip from the DVD/Blu-ray. For many laps before this clip, Chris and Matt passed each other back and forth behind Dave, but not hitting him, other than a few unintentional bumps as they passed each other back and forth.

My website has always been of both coverage of our races and also at times humorous. I am sorry if this offended David, as it was not my intent. But all kidding aside, my brother and I, who have been racing these karts and on this track since the 1990s (and on the other pay track in Oswego for three years) do feel that ramming in turn 1 on our track is dangerous, and we must all give each other good space, particularly in turn 1. The reason it was put on the website was NOT to single out Dave, but because of the bumper hookup, several positions changed – Chris got passed by Matt, Matt passed Dave and Chris, Dave got passed by Matt and Adam, and Adam passed Dave… all because of one bumper hookup. Whenever I can, I always post crucial moments of races like this. We also feel that if Dave feels like this is a reason to be angry, verbally express a physical threat (saying that HE can ram CHRIS, but if CHRIS rammed HIM BACK [something I never do because I believe in using that energy and momentum to GET AROUND somebody and not THROUGH somebody like a mental midget with anger issues], there would be some kind of confrontation and implied that it would may be a physical one!? Okay, that’s logical…), and QUIT the club, then there is nothing we can do about it. Nobody ever called him out nor kicked him out, but if he cannot control his anger or his kart enough to not ram people who pass him clean, maybe he should not race karts until his anger issues and kart handling issues are corrected. If he feels that the late starts are a reason (due to late arrivals, no-shows, and drivers who need an hour or two to have their karts race-ready) to be extremely angry and blast the club  co-founders/co-racers, one of which is the head mechanic/track operator, and the other who is the statistician/video producer/webmaster/promoter/organizer, then, again, there is nothing we can do. The club runs on both Matt and Chris’ contributions, but it cannot run with both of the brothers AND enough drivers to join them on the track. If someone wants to get angry and quit the club and blame us for a collective problem, then, again, there is nothing we can do. He would not be the first passionate driver who quit the club for various reasons and unfortunately, he will likely not be the last one to do so, as you can see here.

PS – And no, I’ve never blocked his IP address. I don’t know it, and if I did, I only have reason to block people who have malicious intent against us, not just disgruntled drivers.

PPS – In closing… absolutely EVERYONE here loved Dave. We thought of him like an uncle… and he was really an uncle to a few of the guys (Tim, Justin and Joe). A big, fair-minded, smart, jolly but tough guy and a good friend to have and a fun guy to race with. Which is why we all are stunned, saddened, and feel betrayed that he blew up on Chris for this harmless webpage, acted like he wanted to fight people (or watch people fight?), and left our club like this. It showed a side of Dave we never knew. Every race has bumps and wrecks. Every form of racing has delays due to weather and things out of race director’s control. There’s controversy involved when people are racing for the same spot and every spot counts in a tight points race. This website reports the races, and the YouTube videos show it in unedited form (I upload the COMPLETE race videos. If it isn’t on there, then the camera missed it). There was no ill intent. Not mean to mock or point out flaws. It’s racing! Happens ALL the time. Not enough people read the website to get upset. In fact, the people who get upset then say nobody reads the website, so why get upset in the first place?! I’ve been told this many times by the people who get mad. Why get mad then? It’s all in fun and love of the sport! He later told Matt he quit because the timing. He told Matt he divorced his otherwise perfect wife because of her lateness. Apparently, punctuality means more than anything else to him. Well, as a backyard club, and we don’t race until we have enough people on track. We can time it as good as we can, if nobody shows, we can’t race. If to many people show, the race is slowed down. Sometimes we wait too long and nobody shows. Sometimes people who do show up on time occasionally are late. Sometimes people who race every week quit. We’re a small group of 3 people, (almost never more than 12 people counting visitors who rarely to even help, just race and leave), and we can only do what we can do. We do not have a staff of a dozen or so people… it’s just us. Usually, just Matt, Chris and Wes. And we have day jobs AND other hobbies. It’s sad, but he made his own choice and left on his own accord. Nobody here banned him. He probably won’t be back because of hard feelings made during the controversy, but it was nothing we did to him. It was his own choice. Sadly, other than apologizing (which we did) and editing the website to tell his side of the story (which we did), there’s nothing more we could do.

Edit done.]


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Matt took around a 5-kart length advantage on Chris due to the hookup and tracked down the hiding Eric Woolworth, with Chris trying to track the both of them down, but running out of laps. Matt caught Eric with a few laps to go, and although – the ultimate test – traffic was coming, Eric held off Matt’s challenges to take both his 2nd win of his career AND of the year in the former Larry Phillips’ L&K Small Engine #04, now the Raven Tavern #88. Good job Eric… who has been feast or famine all year… one week looks smooth with a fast and capable kart, the next few weeks looks inconsistent and his karts break.

Nobody reads this website ever, but all racers raced hard.


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Eric’s brother Branden “Tumor” Matott, who has had a lot of trouble keeping his kart on track and consistantly fast, promptly choked Eric out in victory lane for his troubles.

All racers raced hard, some wrecks and butthurts happened and then after 45 laps it was done.

Start:
1st. Eric Woolworth (Raven Tavern #88)
2nd. Matt Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse #6)
3rd. Chris Stevens (Galletta’s Greenhouse/Chrusher.com/R&C Sushi #8)
4th. Adam Lytle (Lytle #33c)
5th. Dave Spanfelner (DS Hump’s #81)
6th. Branden “Toomer” Matott (Inkings Tatoo/Woodchuck Saloon #781)
7th. Brian Galletta (Brian Galletta/Plattnum #42)
8th. Randy Platt (Brian Galletta/Plattnum #13)
9th. Melissa Stevens (Scissors n’ Fur #19)
10th. Zach Shurtliff (Galletta’s Greenhouse #1)
11th. Collin Morrison (Raven Tavern #78)

Due to overwhelming amount of work, a trip to Cortland, and three
features last weekend, the points to 8/10 and 8/11 were not done before the 8/19/2013
event. Therefore, the 8/10, 8/11 and 8/18 shows were all combined in this update
to make the webpage editing much easier.
All racers raced hard, All racers raced hard, so did the webmaster/points statistician… wha?! That’s not time consuming work! Fuck the website. Here is:

2013 1-WD Gas Flathead Karting World Championship Point Standings after
8/18/2013’s
 Event


For the Galletta’s Karting Club’s World Championship of 1WD Gas Flatheads held
on Galletta’s Greenhouse Backyard Karting Speedway for the 2013 season to date, scored
in this manner 
. Our club’s complete All-Time Points Standings from 2000-to-’the-last-completed-season’
are found on  this
webpage 
, and our division’s complete 2006-08 standings on Oswego Speedway’s
lil’ dirt track out back Kiddie Kartway (before our class was  barred
from, mocked and threatened 
) on  this
page 
. At season’s end, the current totals will be added into the below:


Position Name (Go-Karts Piloted)
[Hyperlinked Borders have Driver Profile] ®=Retcon (#) =Timeout

Total Points (Place)



Average Points Per Feature



Events



Features



Heats



Heat Wins



Feature Wins



Galletta’s Feature Wins 2000-up



Years Pro at Galletta’s



1st


Christopher Galletta Stevens Driver Profile - Pics from soorted winning kartsChris
Chrusher ” Stevens  


(Galletta’s #4, 2, 8, 0, 74)

2112.0



124.24



13



17



6



0



6



70



18th



2nd


Matt Stevens Profile - Pics from Matt's assorted kartsMaster
Matt Stevens 


(Galletta’s #33, 3, 74) 


(#)

2080.5



122.38



13



17



6



2



3



118



18th



3rd



David Spanfelner - Galletta's #9 -6/17/2012David
Spanfelner 


(D. S. Humphrey’s #54, 81, 


Galletta’s #28, 9)



1714.5



100.85



12



17



6



2



2



3



2nd



4th



Eric Woolworth - Raven Tavern #88 (6/9/2013)Eric
Woolworth 


(Raven Tavern #88, 78)



1666.0



98.00



12



17



6



3



2



2



2nd



5th



Brian Galletta - one of the original GKC members!Brian
Galletta 


(Brian Galletta #13, 28) ®


1569.5



92.32



10



17



6



2



1



4



7th



6th



Adam Lytle #33c - 8/19/2012Adam
Lytle 


(Adam Lytle #33c) ®



1445.5



85.03



10



17



5



1



0



0



2nd



7th



Melissa Gabel Stevens profileMelissa
Stevens  


(Scissors ‘n Fur #19)



1267.0



74.53



13



17



6



0



0



7



7th



8th



 photo LilybethRoseStevens_zps4e5982c0.jpgLilybeth
Rose Stevens  


(Scissors ‘n Fur #19)



1267.0



74.53



13



17



6



0



0



0



®



9th



Billy Truax (Galletta's #7) 6/9/2013Billy
Truax  


(Galletta’s #7, 1, 02) ®®



1155.0



88.85



6



13



3



0



0



0



1st



10th


Branden
“Toomer” Matott 


(Galletta’s #2, 9) ®® (#)

1121.0



74.73



7



15



4



0



0



0



1st



11th



Joe Sereno in the Galletta's #5 (9/1/2012)Joe
Sereno  


(Galletta’s #5) ®



1086.5



90.54



6



12



3



1



1



5



3rd



12th



Kevin Galletta (Galletta's #0)Kevin
Galletta   


(Galletta’s #7, 9) ®®



627.5



69.72



3



9



0



0



1



1



1st



13th



Mark Mark
“Gooner 


Gilligan” Groesbeck  


(Galletta’s #1) ®®



394.0



78.80



2



5



0



0



0



0



®



14th


Justin Galletta in the Galletta's Greenhouse #7 (2011)Justin
Galletta  


(Galletta’s #7) ®

340.0



68.00



2



5



1



0



1



3



3rd



15th


Dave Turner in the Galletta's Greenhouse #2 (2013)David
Turner 


(Galletta’s #2, 0) ®

316.0



63.20



2



5



0



0



0



0



®



16th


Ed
Lawton 


(Galletta’s #6) ®

310.0



62.00



2



5



0



0



0



0



®



17th


 photo Marc-Sgarlata-Gallettas-7-20130623_zps97113bd2.jpgMarc
Sgarlata 


(Galletta’s #7) ®

207.0



69.00



1



3



0



0



0



0



®



18th


Gary Miller Jr. in his dad's #24Gary
Miller Jr. 


(Galletta’s #6) ®

203.0



67.67



1



3



0



0



0



1



2nd



19th


Timmy Galletta (in Galletta's #9)Tim
Galletta


(DS Humphrey’s #54, Galletta’s #9) ®

199.0



66.33



1



3



0



0



0



7



5th



20th


 photo Marc-Sgarlata-Gallettas-7-20130623_zps97113bd2.jpgScott
McGroty


(Galletta’s #1) ®

196.0



65.33



1



3



0



0



0



0



®



21st


Zach ShirtliffZach
Shurtliff


(Galletta’s #74, 1) ®

188.0



62.67



1



3



1



0



0



0



®



22nd


Pace Kart Driver - Collin Miller - Galletta's #0 (Time Trialed 7th!)Collin
Miller 


(Galletta’s #0) ®

182.0



60.67



1



3



0



0



0



0



1st



23rd


Davey
Hamilton 


(Galletta’s #6) ®

144.5



72.25



1



2



0



0



0



0



®



24th


Alex
Ermand 


(Galletta’s #1) ®

140.5



70.25



1



2



0



0



0



0



®



25th


Dan
Brown


(Galletta’s #0) ®

128.0



42.67



1



3



1



0



0



0



®



26th


RaYzor Cadildo 2013-08-10-00h03m05s251-ray_zps44ab6b77.jpgRay
“RaYzor” Castaldo


(Galletta’s #9) ®

123.0



41.00



1



3



0



0



0



0



1st



27th


Scott Cow Gagnon 2013-08-10-00h03m05s251-ray_zps44ab6b77.jpgScott
“Cow” Gagnon


(Galletta’s #1) ®

119.0



21.07



1



3



0



0



0



0



®



28th


Chris Larkin (Galletta's #7) 8/2013Chris
Larkin


(Galletta’s #7) ®

117.0



39.00



1



3



1



0



0



0



®



29th


Kyle Menter (Galletta's #1) 8/2013Kyle
Menter


(Galletta’s #1) ®

115.0



38.33



1



3



1



1



0



0



®



30th


Lawton
Jr.


(Galletta’s #6) ®

106.0



35.33



1



3



0



0



0



0



®



31st


Jason Mills bioJason ”The
Hammer” Mills 


(Galletta’s #0) ®

105.0



52.50



1



1



0



0



0



3



6th




32nd


Danlei Cliff (Galletta's #2) 8/2013Dan
Cliff


(Galletta’s #2) ®

99.0



33.00



1



3



1



0



0



0



®



33rd


Collin MorrisonCollin
Morrison 


(Morrison #11, Raven Tavern #78) ®

87.0



87.00



1



1



1



0



0



0



®



All racers raced hard. Nobody reads the website. Nobody cares about the points, so we erase them now. The only reason we race is to have fun going in a circle and let Matt win because he works on the karts and ramming people is now legal because, well, it’s not dangerous and nobody is gonna’ get pissed or hurt ever. And everyone can either not show up or show up late and blame Chris because… he… polished his helmet shield… after doing the points and setting up the lineups. Oooooo-kay.

Handicap order for next week’s event:

Inverted by first wins, and the points-per-feature. Strikethrough
means not in attendence, (perenthisis is actual start position).

1st Adam Lytle (1st)
2nd Billy Truax
3rd Branden Matott (2nd)
4th Mark Groesbeck
5th David Turner
6th Ed Lawton
7th Collin Miller
8th Gary Miller Jr.
9th Jason Mills
10th Tim Galletta
11th Kevin Galletta
12th Justin Galletta
13th Joe Sereno

14th Randy Platt (3rd)
15th Brian Galletta (4th)
16th Eric Woolworth (5th)
17th David Spanfelner
18th Matt Stevens (6th)
19th Chris Stevens (7th)
20th Melissa Stevens – w/Lilybeth (8th)
21st Returning Vets
22nd Rookie/1st-Timers