qualifying

roger.....................1:00.3=91mph
grimes...................1:00.8
dean......................1:00.9
scaler....................1:01.1
kittell.....................1:01.1
grace sr.................1:01.4
green.....................1:01.5
reagan...................1:01.6
roche`....................1:01.6
pires......................1:01.7
tim........................1:01.8
grace jr..................1:02.0
begnoche..............1:02.1
zaraycki................1:02.1
lawrence................1:02.8
McCarthy...............1:03.7
bower.....................1:04.8
brownes.................1:04.9=85mph

The Race

Roger................1:00.992
Dean.................1:01.4
Kittell.................1:01.3
Scaler................1:00.923*fast lap!
Grimes...............1:01.4
Tim....................1:01.8
Regan................1:01.3
Grace jr..............1:01.0
Pires..................1:01.6
Grace sr  ...........1:01.9
Zaraycki.............1:01.6
Green.................1:02.1
Roche`................1:01.7
Begnoche............1:01.6
Lawarnce.............1:02.1
Brownes..............1:03.9
Bower..................1:04.1
McCarthy.............1:04.3

By
Donna Remmers

It was great racing again at Lime Rock.  Roger spent no
time moving away from the rest of the pack, In the 4-way
battle for 2nd was the pack of Dean, Gary, Eugene and Dave
Scaler who diced back and forth, constantly crossing the finish
line together.  Dean held 2nd for 18 of the 29 laps, but
the others had their turn at 2nd as well.  Taking the checked
flag it was Dean finishing 2nd and Gary Dave and Eugene all
crossing the line together.  Gary took 3rd, and in an
extremely tight finish Dave barely squeaked past Eugene for 4th.  
It was another close call to be called by Timing and
Scoring.  

There was also the fight for 6th place between Green, Grace
(Sr.), Remmers and Begnoche.  It was an incident at turn 1
in lap 19 that saw Begnoche get turned around by someone
coming in too fast.  That caused Green, Grace, and Pires to
take evasive action to avoid collisions. Luckily, everyone
managed to get back on the track and continue and no
full-course caution was necessary.  After that, Remmers and
Regan
took hold of the 6th and 7th positions and Grace Jr., 8th.  
Pete worked his way back up to take the 9th place spot at
the finish.

There were also many position changes toward the back of
the field between Roche, Pires, Grace (Jr.) and Zarzycki.