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2019 Official Pittsburgh 8+7-Hour - Money Shift Racing Can’t Find Em Grind Em Grand Prix


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October 5-October 6, 2019
PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL RACE COMPLEX: 8 + 7 Enduro, $1425
Wampum, PA
"Money Shift Racing Can’t Find Em Grind Em Grand Prix"
Early Pay Discount Ends: August 6, 2019
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Entries for Money Shift Racing Can’t Find Em Grind Em Grand Prix

Updated 9/25/2019

    Team Name Car # Year Make Model
1.   3 Men and A Lady 13 1990 Mazda Miata
2.   60° Motorsports 720 1989 chevrolet beretta
3.   69 Nice Racing 180 1993 Honda Prelude
4.   Adair Performance Group 638 1996 Eagle Talon TSI
5.   All Rhodes Racing 495 1995 BMW 318TI
6.   Autobody Specialist 139 1979 Mazda RX7
7.   Bad Idea Racing 240 1992 BMW 325i
8.   Band of Brothers 165 1984 Porsche 944
9.   Bavarian Mustache Werks 662 1993 BMW 325is
10.   Bear Ass Racing 772 1998 BMW E 30
11.   BFE Racing 450 1986 BMW 325e
12.   Blake's Garage 248 2000 Mazda Miata
13.   Blitzkrieg 242 2001 BMW 325ci
14.   BMTRBLU Racing 187 1997 BMW 318ti
15.   Breaking Bad 310 1993 Chevrolet Camaro
16.   Bucket List Motorsports 413 1994 BMW 325
17.   Busch Family Racing 516 2000 Ford Focus ZX3
18.   C-137 Racing 727 1997 Plymouth Neon
19.   Car RamRod 283 1990 Mazda Miata
20.   Cast Motorsport 848 1984 Volkswagen Rabbit
21.   Cirque de Mecs 728 1999 Mazda Miata
22.   Continuous Rotation Racing 173 1990 mazda miata
23.   Devine Prime Racing 153 1989 BMW 325i
24.   Dipstick Racers 385 2003 Nissan Sentra
25.   Flying Purple People Eater 471 1984 Mazda Rx7
26.   Full Send Motorsports 660 2004 BMW 330ci
27.   Generic Geriatrics 56 2003 Ford Mustang
28.   Hammerheads Racing 275 2003 BMW 325xi
29.   HART 560 1999 Honda Civic Si
30.   HDW Racng 571 2006 Honda Civic Si
31.   Hipster Racing 528 1996 BMW E36
32.   Hounddogs 522 1994 Bmw 325
33.   Invader Zim Racing 00 1983 Mazda RX7
34.   IPF Racing 252 1986 Toyota Supra
35.   JagerBombs 178 1987 BMW 325iS
36.   Jake Rensen Racing 174 1991 Honda Prelude
37.   Junk Player Special 500 1995 VW Golf
38.   Just 4 Fun Motorsports 741 1990 BMW 325is
39.   K-Wood 2 99 1990 Mazda Miata
40.   Little BIGGER Racing 133 1991 MAZDA MIATA
41.   Loudon Homeschool 814 1996 BMW Z3 1.9L
42.   McKibbins Biohazard Racing 2.0 382 1991 Troyota MR2 V6 2.0
43.   MDR Motorsports 830   Mazda Miata
44.   Mopar 4 Ever 524 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser Turbo
45.   More Chump than Champ 88 1993 BMW 325
46.   Motorkars Racing 297 1999 VW GTI
47.   MZ Customs 338 1999 Mazda MX-5
48.   Needsmoegas 820 1989 Nissan 240sx
49.   OFM Racing 219 1988 Ford Mustang
50.   OGGS Racing 433 1991 Nissan 240SX
51.   Performance Motor Racing 455 2002 BMW 330 Ci
52.   Phrog 354 1995 Toyota Celica
53.   PLC Racing 960 1990 acura integra
54.   rbankracing.com / 90racing.com 194 1988 Honda CRX
55.   Rooster Racing 451 1996 Dodge Neon
56.   RVAGFX 111 1989 BMW 325
57.   Safety 3rd Motorsports 869 1993 BMW E36 325
58.   Scrappy Doo Racing 607 1991 Mazda Miata
59.   Shitbox Racing 606 1988 BMW 325i
60.   Slow & Loud Racing 513 1993 Nissan 240sx
61.   Sparrow Speed 216 1999 Mazda Miata
62.   SpedSource 75 1989 Mazda RX7
63.   StarT Racing 59 2001 Nissan Sentra
64.   Stay Focus'd 392 2003 Ford Focus SVT
65.   Team Polizei 880 1987 BMW 325
66.   Team Sahlen Ketchup 942 1998 Porsche Boxster
67.   Team Sahlen Salt 945 2011 Porsche Cayman
68.   Team Sterm 449 1991 BMW 318iS
69.   The Banana Splits 170 1998 BMW 323iS
70.   Tres Caballos 769 1993 Nissan 240 SX
71.   Triple R Motorsport Ranch 497 1997 BMW E36
72.   Visceral Racing Group 918 1987 Porsche 944S
73.   Well Lubricated Racing 478 2002 Ford Focus
74.   Whiskey Tango Foxtrot 983 1991 Mazda Miata
75.   Wilson-Dailey Racing 15 1992 BMW 325is
76.   Ztek 53 1995 Honda Accord
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The Pittsburgh race is now sold out.

 

I have started a waiting list for entries. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list please email me at Dana.Morrison@ChampCar.org

 

I will contact teams based on the order of their emails. 

 

We really appreciate all the teams that want to race with us, and we want to fill any last minute vacancies if possible.

 

Thanks Everyone!

 

Dana

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So......

 

 

Potluck at PittRace Friday night?  

 

Gingerman was awesome.  We should do it again.

 

I'll bring some more delicious beer from Kickstand Brewing up here in Commerce MI.  Who else is in???

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On 8/28/2019 at 10:08 AM, DuncanDana said:

 

It's in the supplemental Rules.

 

https://champcar.org/register/supplementalrules/389.pdf

 

Dana

 

Yep. I read them.

 

Test & Tune Information: Event run by Pitt Race. $225 per car for day (Afternoon sessions ONLY) Link to test day registration - TBD

 

I assumed that registration could be done ahead of time. Maybe not?

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16 hours ago, NigelStu said:

So......

 

 

Potluck at PittRace Friday night?  

 

Gingerman was awesome.  We should do it again.

 

I'll bring some more delicious beer from Kickstand Brewing up here in Commerce MI.  Who else is in???

 

Definitely down for this again! I can make a spreadsheet again if need be or help organize, but I've never been to Pitt before

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A bunch of people liked it so I cleared out the Gingerman spreadsheet and updated the link below. I think we need more protein things this time as we seemed to run out at Gingerman. Feel free to contribute on the spreadsheet at your leisure.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pz9VjTTHX-t_UroGAzIGv56N98zHdu64N_td13EZseU/edit#gid=0

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On 8/27/2019 at 7:48 PM, NigelStu said:

So......

 

 

Potluck at PittRace Friday night?  

 

Gingerman was awesome.  We should do it again.

 

I'll bring some more delicious beer from Kickstand Brewing up here in Commerce MI.  Who else is in???

 

We had a great turn out last year.

 

I'm going to try and pull off a couple hundred wings, multiple sauces.

 

Maybe a pie or 2

 

 

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We will be there in a track side support role. If anyone needs parts, safety gear, or anything else prior to this event please hit us up. We can ship direct or deliver to the track. 

 

This is will be the last race we are attending this year so we hope it is a good one!

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So what's this diecast racing challenge, the Hotwheel House 500, all about? 

 

Realizing there's nothing "official" scheduled the Autobody Specialists Champcar Team and the Hotwheel House is challenging each race team to enter a "stock" and a "modified" 1/64 scale car in a diecast car drag race to find out which Champcar team is the best of the best and has the baddest, fastest one dollar racer ever, or at least on that Saturday night. With the help of Timothy Shannon from the Hotwheel House we are also attempting to collect at least 500 new, unopened toy cars for the benefit of the students of the Autistic Connection of Pennsylvania and this event can go along way towards that goal. 

 

After Saturdays "real car" race we are inviting all registered Champcar teams to join us for a 1/64 scale diecast car drag race. (Hotwheels, Matchbox, Johnny Lighting, etc) The crew from Autobody Specialists (RX7 #139) will host the action on their 1/4 mile scale, dual-lane downhill drag strip complete with electronic starting gates and timing system. The entry fee for each team will cost you 5, that's right - only five new, unopened Hotwheels, Matchbox, etc which will be donated to the Autism Connection. 

 

The format is pretty simple. Bring your 5 car entry fee (again new, unopened toys please) and your stock and modified racer and sign up for the diecast race. We'll "impound" you competition cars and stage them up for the racing action. After Saturdays Champcar race, we'll hold our race. An official stater will begin racing the team cars two at a time, stock class and then the modified class, with the winner moving on to the next round. At this point we're looking for the fastest cars and each lane will be triggered simultaneously. Depending on entry numbers there may be some folks bumped back into the racing and/or some bye runs. When we get to the final rounds the format changes significantly as now a team member from each team in the finals will become the starter for their teams car, We'll also change the system to a real drag race mode that incorporates a light tree, reaction time, and elapsed time into the runs. Yes, you can jump the gun and red light just like the real thing. The finalists will pair up and run off until each class has a champ, then the stock class winner will take on the modified class winner for the overall win. 

 

So what do you win? Well, nothing really but the class champs will take home cool hand-painted trophies as they brag endlessly and marvel at the slowness of the rest of us. The real winners will be the students of the Autistic Connection as Hotwheels and similar toys are proven to be loved by many with autism. 

 

Post up questions here and I'll try to get to them as quickly as possible, you can email us directly at 1058autobody@gmail.com

 

Bruno

Autobody Specialists 

1979 RX-7 #139 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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