Fast Times at Farmington #16 Results

Oct 23, 2011

CLICK HERE or HERE for  Show Photos

Click here for Race Results

      The Final event for SEVWA has come and gone now, but WOW what a show! We had a GREAT weekend for some good times with our VW Family and Friends. The weekend started off with a Cruise with the Unlimited Street Class held in Mocksville, then some Dinner and a good meeting with fellow racers at the Sagebrush. That evening many came out to the track to camp out and setup their swap meet spaces. It was a cold evening, but well worth not having to wait in line at the gate the next morning.

    Sunday started off early with many arriving as the gates opening and were eager to get in and set out their goodies to sell or maybe get some good deals before the rest of the crowd. There were lots to see and buy as over 60 new and used parts vendors lined the grounds by noon. The gates were non-stop all day with spectators, swap meters and show cars alike. This event we had a special section for VW only parking and it seemed like you all liked it. Well we hope so as we will keep that going for future events. This helped reserve the show area for those that wanted to be judged and easier for our judges to find the cars. In the end we had some 130 Show cars with some VERY NICE Volkswagens in attendance. Some of which have been here numerous times, but some new faces as well. Ethan Icenhour took Best of Show with his 60 Indigo Blue Beetle. In several classes only one point separated the top 3! Take a look in the link below for a list of winners in each class.

     The racing section had some 70 racers in attendance, helping make this the largest field for this event yet. This event featured two Heads up classes with Oliver Frey taking the win in the Turbosmart Pro Outlaw class and in the Aircooled Technology’s Unlimited Street East Troy Sellars took the Champion Spot this time. Now let’s not forget all the Bracket Racers in attendance, many of which were going for points in the SEVWA Bracket Series, since this was the Final event for the year. Take a look below for a complete rundown of the Champions for the 2011 Tour. In the Sportsman Class you had Brandon Miller taking the win away from Rick Laws. Mel Shealy took home the money in the Pro Class over Watercooled competitor Troy McNair. Super Pro Class had Mike Gagnier in his rail taking the win over Clint Woolard.

  Our ladies in Pink raised over $600 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Awareness. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and donated!

 This Fall 2011 event was the best event to date that SEVWA has been doing these at Farmington. We would like to thank each and every one of you for coming out and supporting the event. If you have any questions or comments about the event please do not hesitate to call or email us.

  Show awards

Best of Show:   Ethan Icenhour 60 Beetle

Best Interior: Phillip Sheek 60 Beetle

Best Engine:  Michael Lusk 59 Beetle Rat Rod

Best Paint: Samuel Cox 56 Beetle

Promoters Choice: Greg Yavello RCA Bus

1) Beetle Sedan/Convertible Stock (pre-62)      

1st: Hugo Yanez 59 Beetle

2nd: Brent Lawson 57 Beetle      

2) Beetle Sedan/Convertible Modified (pre-62)

1st: Ethan Icehour 60 Beetle

2nd: TIE Sam Cox 56 Beetle / Phillip Sheek 60 Euro Beetle

3) Beetle Sedan/Convertible Stock (63-67)

1st: Keith Wells 65 Beetle

2nd: John Cord 64 Beetle          

4) Beetle Sedan/Convertible  Modified (63-67)

1st: Danny Foard 67 Convertible Beetle

2nd: Bob Russo 63 Ragtop Beetle

5) Beetle Sedan/Convertible Stock (68 & up)

1st: Jeff Childress 68 Beetle

2nd: Richard A. Stankus 74 Beetle

6) Beetle Sedan/Convertible Modified (68 & up)

1st: David Clodfelter 69 Beetle

2nd: Eric Scott Adkins 73 Super Beetle

7) Karmann Ghia Stock   

1st: Stefanie Collins  71

8) Karmann Ghia Modified

1st: John Koshikar 71

2nd: Wayne Sharett 72      

9) Type II Stock         

1st: Jake Armor 55 Panel

2nd: Joey Cogdill  57 Transporter

10) Type II Modified

1st: Greg Yavello 60 RCA Transporter

2nd: Maurice Richardson 74 Panel

11) Type III        

1st: Jamey Cauthen 73 Fastback

2nd: Scott Hollandsworth 73 Fastback     

12) Thing NONE

13) Buggy   

1st: Jeff Huber  69 Buggy

2nd: Adam & Kristy Board 68 Manx Resorter

14) Baja  

1st: Perry Gibbons 72

2nd:TIE Kevin Harns 69 / Jesse Marr 68

15) Rail      

1st: Ricky Cade 69 Rail

2nd: Gerald Plunk  71    

16) Trike  NONE

17) Full Custom  

1st: Paul Langolis 70 Beetle

2nd: Jack Harris 73 Beetle    

18) Daily Driver (Aircooled) pre-65

1st: Randy Hinson  65 Beetle

2nd: Randall Ramsey  62 Beetle

19) Daily Driver (Aircooled) 66-71 

1st: Dan Whiteford 67 Beetle

2nd: Glenn Jones 70 Beetle

 20) Daily Driver (aircooled) 72 & later   

1st: Phillip Vernon 76 Beetle

2nd: Tim Sleen  74 Thing

21) Under Construction (all)   

1st: Paul Caudell 73 Super Beetle

2nd: Ronnie Allen  70 Beetle

22) Kit Car (VW Chassis & Powered)

1st: Curtis Roberts 57 Porsche Speedster

2nd: Casey Wallen 67 Shorty Beetle       

23) Special Interest     

1st: Jeff Huber 73 Drag Buggy

2nd: Malcom Ruppe  55 Beetle Pickup

 24) Rat Rod

1st: Michael Lusk 59 Beetle

2nd: Doug Ramsey  73 Beetle

25) Unrestored Custom    

1st: Billy Dye 66 Beetle

2nd: Barry Easter 63 Bus       

26) Watercooled  Stock (pre-98)   

1st: Tim Davis 87 GTI

2nd: Maggie Ross 84 Rabbit       

27)Watercooled Modified (pre-98)  

1st: Douglas Raynor 85 Westy

28)Watercooled Stock (99 & up)

1st: Frank Carter 08 R32

2nd: Dave Haislop 03 GTI

29) Watercooled Modified (99 & up)  

1st: Walt Fortney 06 GTI