Sunday 27 July 2014

ASA Advance Testing Race 3 - Prism Towing 100 - Quesnel Race Review

ASA Advance Testing Race 3 – Gold Pan Speedway – Prism Towing 100

The ASA late model tour headed to Quesnel last weekend for race three of series. Twenty one late
model cars showed up to try their luck in winning the coveted gold pan trophy. As in the past races this year, mother nature was involved with a downpour before practice. Thankfully the track dried quickly and the cars were able to practice. Qualifying was interrupted by a brief shower. The last car to qualify, Ian Graham was able to knock Korbin Thomas off of the top spot with a 15.087, less than a tenth faster. The entire field was close with the majority of the cars being with three tenths.

The heat races were set and the 22 Ford of Chris Babcock won the C heat. The winner of the B heat was points contender Dave Olson in the 71 car. Local racer Bruce Bentley took home the gold pan Trophy for his top performance in the A heat.

The 100 lap feature sponsored by Prism Towing had Dan Ursel in the 74 on the inside, and Bob Williams on the high side, leading the field to green. Williams was able to hold the high groove and make the pass on lap 1 and take the lead. The field was double file and racing hard. The points contenders working through a 14 car invert, has the 1car of Matt Stephenson in second, Wes Mader in the 10 third,  Logan Jewel in fourth, and Trevor Adelman rounding out the top five at lap 15. Caution flew as the 89 car spins out of turn four, collecting the 86 of Tom Berrow with a hard impact to the front stretch wall, and Ian Graham into the inside fence. Both Berrow and Graham are done for the night. On the restart, it is the 5 car, Stephenson and Mader in the top three. A couple of cautions reset the field, and the tight racing continues. At lap 50, Rookies Derek Christenson, Cam Graham, Jarrett Bonn, and Shane Berrow are racing into the top ten. Patience is key, and the rookies are moving forward. At lap 66, Points leader Korbin Thomas in the 19 has moved into second with past champion Matt Stephenson in third. Let the chess game begin. Olson, Mader, and Cornett- Ching continue to race hard. A late race caution on lap 87 bunches the field. The restart has the 10 of Mader spinning the tires, and nearly hitting the inside wall, he saves it, but a the 73 of Kyle Day, 74 of Dan Ursel are collected and the race is red flagged for heavy damage on the driver's side of the 73. The driver is ok and the race is lined up for the final laps.  A single file restart and Thomas looks high on the five, Stephenson looks for second but Thomas drops back inline. The racing is hard and fast through the field. With 6 laps to go, the 41 or Trevor Adelman blows a motor and is able to get off of the track and the race continues. The white flag flies and Thomas is challenging on the high side. The race finishes up with Williams the winner, Thomas 2nd, Stephenson 3rd, Olson 4th, Jewel 5th, Cam Graham 6th, Steve Hancock 7th, Derek Christenson 8th, Shane Berrow 9th, Cornett-Ching 10th, Mader 11th, Dan Ursel 12, Mayert 13, Bonn 14, Adelman 15, Day 16, Bentley 17, Haworth 18, Babcock 19, Graham 20, Berrow, 21.

Next event is the ever exciting Agassiz Speedway, come on out the see Race 4, August 9th.

- photos by April Sedlock

Tuesday 22 July 2014

Rookie Race heating Up

With race three of the Advance Testing Late Model Tour in the books, the rookie race is heating up. The all short track program this year is making every race a wild card for points contenders.

Cameron Graham leads the rookie challenge with 201 points and sits in 5th position in total points. Shane Berrow runs second in rookie points with 161 points. Derek Christenson third at 144 and Jarett Bonn at 140.

Getting Ready for Prism Towing 100 - video by Cole Jefferson

Monday 21 July 2014

Bob Williams on RTR tonight

Tune into Sirius 167 or go to around 7:00 for an interview with Bob Williams, ASA Advance testing series, Winner of the Prism Towing 100

Sent from my iPhone
Sent from my iPhone

Monday 14 July 2014

Race Day Shedule - Gold Pan Speedway - Prism Towing 100

Race Day Schedule - Race 3 - Quesnel

* please note mandatory driver / spotter meeting @12:50

12:00 gates open for ASA unloading
12:30 sign-in begins
12:50 – Mandatory Driver and spotter meeting
1:15-1:45 ASA practice
2:10-2:30 ASA practice
2:35-2:50 Street practice
2:55-3:05 Mini practice
3:10-3:25 ASA practice (set qualifying order)
3:30-3:45 Street practice
3:45-4:00 Mini practice
4:00 ASA Pit meeting @ tech pad
4:15 ASA Pre qualifying technical inspection
4:30 Qualifying-Minis, Streets, ASA
5:25 National anthem
5:30 Local dashes (Minis, Streets)
        ASA heats (B,A)
        Local heats (Minis, Streets)
        Short intermission, 50/50 draw
ASA Pre Feature Technical Inspection
        Mini Main event
        Street Main event
7:50 ASA Grid on front stretch
7:55 ASA Drivers In Car Introductions
7:58 ASA "Start Your Engines Command"
8:00 ASA 100 Lap Main Event Feature

Camping is free at the track.Gates will be open Friday Night.
If you would like to reserve an RV Spot on the hill, please contact Jeff Lefavbe @ 250-991-6568


Wednesday 9 July 2014

My laps is up for race 2 Mertin GM 100 in Agassiz

Unfortunately we had a delay in posting up mylaps, We did a computer upgrade and had to sort out various compatibility issues. Thanks for the patience and thanks to Brigitte for the hours spent figuring it out.

The points system layout is available on the side menu for reference

Tuesday 8 July 2014

ASA Advance Testing Late Model Tour Special Incentive to Win the Billy Barker Day Race

The Ashley Furniture Home Store in Quesnel has once again stepped up to provide one of the most unique and coveted prizes for winning the Prism Towing 100 in Quesnel on Billy Barker Days.

A leather recliner will be awarded to the winner of the race, on the front stretch.

Thursday 3 July 2014

ASA Adavnce Testing race 2 Agassiz Speedway race day Schedule and racer notes

 Agassiz Speedway logo

 Hello Sportsman racers,

Getting ready for race 2 at Agassiz Speedway July 5. The day schedule and added details are below.

Track will be open for trailer parking and overnight storage from 7-8.30 PM Friday. Racers may store trailers in-side the pits Saturday night, everything must be removed by 10.30am Sunday to prepare for another event. Any cars/trailers/campers in the spectator area must also be removed my 10.30am Sunday.

Also very important, when trailers are being moved around in the dark Saturday night, EVERY TRAILER MUST HAVE A CREW MEMBER WALKING ON THE RIGHT SIDE REAR OF THE TRAILER IN AND OUT OF THE PITS. 

There has been some concern regarding the number of cars, B mains Etc. This is a good problem and we have been working on many different options. At this time we will lock in 20 cars on time, qualify 4 more through a C heat race started straight up. The series reserves the right to add provisional cars to the field. We will consider a consi main for non-qualified cars depending on car count. We will continue the discussion and other options at the drivers meeting. 

ALL CARS MUST PASS THE FULL SAFETY TECH INCLUDING SOFT BLADDER STYLE FUEL CELLS, CURRENT HELMETS AND BELTS, Head and Neck restraints, Etc. No Exceptions can be made as this is mandated by insurance. 

Raceiver mandatory, must have a spotter in the spotters area outside the track for the main event.

Race Day Schedule July 5
Pit gate opens for ASA
ASA HOT LAPS- max 10 cars at a time
ASA HOT LAPS- max 10 cars at a time – sets q order
Hornet hot laps
street hot laps
2nd street hot laps
Hornet hot laps
street hot laps
2nd street hot laps
ASA Drivers Meeting
Time Trials - Hornet-STREET --ASA
Drivers Meeting
National anthem


Streets, B then A

ASA B then A



ASA - 100 LAPS