CONCLUSION- The NASA Texas race officials said the standing starts and general racing action was incredible - not a single incident by any racer. The racing was fierce, with no one holding back! The AI rookies - Armstrong, Donovan, Lyons - have shown they can go toe-to-toe with the top drivers in this series.
The CMC 2004 Season Championship points race has heated up significantly, with Adam Ginsberg taking the lead over Eric Varner, putting Todd Covini in 3rd. The season finale @ TWS will decide the first NASA Texas CMC Champion!!
Watch out for TWS in September!!!!
MSR 1:23:704 John George (AI) 3/7/04
MSR 1:26:187 Todd Covini (CMC) 7/11/04
TWS 1:56:188 John George (AI) 4/3/04
TWS 2:01:391 Todd Covini (CMC) 4/3/04
Hallett 1:26.478 Buddy Cisar (AIX) 8/14/04
Hallett 1:25.617 John George (AI) 8/14/04
Hallett 1:31.366 Adam Ginsberg (CMC) 8/14/04
* Track records only recorded from races in race trim. HARD LUCK AWARDS goes out to Buddy Cisar and Chris Lyons for their torque arm, drive shaft and transmission failures. And, to all those used up brake pads!
POST RACE IMPOUND AND DYNO RECERTIFICATIONS- were checked from the last MSR race. All competitors dyno sheets were checked, and proven to be legal by the 2004 AI rules. Also, the sealed EEC's were all found to be untouched.
2004 NASA TEXAS AI CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON POINTS AS OF 8/15/2004***: