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The Second Round Of The 2013 ADRL Racing Season
Ding, ding, ding, Rain wins in a knockout!
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 5/6/2013
Photo credits to John Fore III and Axle Weiss
The second round of the 2013 ADRL racing season was held at the wonderful South Georgia Motorsports Park in Valdosta, Georgia. This track was frequented by the ADRL from the very beginning and the scene of our first foray into Go Fast Outlaw Racing with "Da Orange Ho".
After driving through a humongous hail storm in Atlanta on Thursday night I arrived to a beautiful warm sunny spring day. John, Jimmy and Scott got caught up in the airline delays created by these storms and ended up in Atlanta and not able to get into the Valdosta airport till late that night. They were offered an alternative by the not so wonderful, not so friendly onsite rental car establishments. They could rent a car at the Atlanta airport, drive two and a half hours and leave the car at the Valdosta airport for $350! And then I remembered our friend Tyler Clark of Wicked Grafixx, "home of drag racing's baddest shirts" (shameless plug inserted) was on the way down as well. And just like that all was well since Tyler was able to go by the airport and picked the guys up. After running over a tire casing on the highway and then whining and crying like a little girl over it Tyler got them to the track in time for us to test.
The test on Friday evening did not yield the results we were looking for but it along with our first qualifier assured me that I was on the correct track with the fuel system repairs. And then came the second qualifier where I created another one of those "well that didn't work" scenarios.
We had to repair a broken wheelie bar after that fiasco but we were ready to go when the bell rang. The third qualifier netted us a 3.72 at almost 207mph! I surely love these new Blackhawk series Noonan Race Engineering "NRE X1" heads (another shameless plug inserted), they make the steam out the back.
We awoke Sunday morning to a dreary looking day and as Scottie and I enjoyed our morning coffee the water began to fall from the sky! And stop it never did except for a little while that enabled us to load all the pit equipment, take the Unlimited Awning down (yet another shameless plug inserted) and put the car away.
And that as they say was that!
So on to Scott Gardner's Cordova Dragway Park it is for the Curry's Transportation sponsored ADRL race.
Wish us luck!
Is That A Turbo Pro Mod? Stanley And Weiss Racing With Danny Lowry
A Turbo Car???
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 4/25/2013
Photo credits to Wade Mooney and Jeff Martin
Can you say Camp and a turbo car in the same breath? Well that is exactly what I did last weekend at Montgomery Motorsports Park in Alabama, hung out with a turbo car! Although it was not just any turbo car, it was Danny Lowry's Mustang which was the quickest 1/8th mile turbo car in the world before Eric Dillard stole it away in Tulsa, OK a few weeks ago.
But it was all good since both cars have Proline power and both have been genuflected over by the infamous Steve "It's on like Donkey Cong" Petty. So on to what I was doing that far away from home with a car like that. I have become friends with the team since we all met at the ADRL race in Richmond, VA last summer. We have loaned parts back and forth and done some brainstorming on different things.
I had made a few chassis suggestions at Valdosta, GA a few weeks ago that had shown a little promise so when Danny asked me to go to Montgomery with them I was more than willing to do so.
The idea was to test on Friday and Saturday and if we qualified for the SOT race it would give us another run or so. We got rained on all day Friday but Saturday was a different story. It was 42 degrees when we got up that morning! Someone forgot to tell someone else that it is supposed to be warm in Alabama!
The sun warmed it up to t shirt weather by the time testing started right after lunch. We got one only test hit in because of all the issues the car had with the electronics that control all the things the engine does to run correctly.
This is exactly why I don't ever want a turbo deal! I was there to offer a different view on things and to do the chassis stuff.
But I was able to reach out to my friend Roger Conley from Racepak Computers at a softball game in California and he talked me through the issues with the computer that had magically appeared. You cannot ever buy that type of customer service and Racepak excels at it!
There were two rounds of qualifying scheduled so we knew we would get two more hits at the track in those sessions and them a few more in the Pro Mod rounds at the back of the field if we didn't qualify. The qualifying went okay with us in the testing mode.
We learned a lot of what NOT to do! But since there were only 12 cars there and it was a 16 car field we qualified for the eliminations rounds in number 10 with a 4.31.
This was because the car was on a pretty good run in the last qualifier until it just shut off at 3.3 into the run!
Have I told you how much I hate electronics that I know absolutely nothing about? Okay then I really, really do.
But all in all it ended up pretty well as we went to what was essentially the final round all the while trying a lot of different stuff. But in the final the little Mustang that could smoked the tires. What I have learned from that is when it happens in a turbo car there is no recovering in an eighth mile race!
So all in all no one expected us to go any rounds, nor did we expect to. But the car is starting to do as it is asked and every run got better and better. I learned a lot of things, the Lowry team learned some things and all in all it was a good weekend.
Our Team Trailer Gets A Facelift !!
What The Racing Fans See From Behind On Our Travels, New Graphics Installed
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 4/9/2013
Photos by Camp Stanley
Now that spring had finally sprung out here in the Appalachian hills it was time to get new artwork installed. This artwork was originally designed by our webmaster, the inimitable Mark of goDragRacing.org fame. This original artwork was a three dimensional see through car project that Mark had wanted to get accomplished for several years. And for those who have been reading our website for awhile you would have seen the finished product from Mark in an article in December of 2011 as a screen saver.
It was so well received by all who viewed it that we decided it would look good as a replacement for our existing goDragRacing.org cartune on the rear door of the trailer. And who else to go to and have the project tweaked and manipulated to fit an area it was not designed for, but Tim Fraker Signs! Tim and I sat and talked about what we wanted to do and how it needed to be moved hither and yon to fit the eight foot by twelve foot area it was now intended for. When we completed the mind melding of our thoughts Tim then handed the chore of making them become a reality off to Lee, his computer picture bender arounder guru person. Lee worked his magic taking things from here and moving them over there in between his real work projects that generated revenue for Tim Fraker Signs. He even went so far as to take the project home and whittle away at it.
And then of course like all projects everywhere the owner would show up out the clear blue and say "What about if we..." or "How hard would it be to...". And Lee being the consummate professional would smile and say "Sure that can be done." all the while muttering under his breath "It's a good thing I like you"! But work his magic he did and herein you all will see the finished project.
"The Installation Sequence:"
So off Clifford and I went to the Tim Fraker Signs business emporium for the installation of said graphics. The graphics installer that Tim employs has been doing things for me since he worked for Tim back in The Wild Bunch days! That is going on TWENTY FIVE years! Hippy as he is affectionately known to one and all is not a morning person and I was not who was expecting to see on this Monday morning! But we started in on the removal of things that were in the way and it was on to the ladder and beginning to ply his trade for the afore-mentioned Hippy Person.
And when the project was completed it was another Tim Fraker Signs And Graphics masterpiece via the original brain cells of goDragRacing Mark manipulated by Lee and installed by The Hipster!
Please come by and give us your thoughts after looking at the detail of this see-through masterpiece.
ADRL Rockingham, A New Best For Stanley And Weiss Racing
Another new year, another great car...
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 3/16/2013
Photos compliments of Roger Richards and Axle Weiss
So far in this 2013 new season we have been to Florida testing, and then we came back and made a few changes. Next up was a trip to take the car to Maaco of Hagerstown for John's brother Raymond to work his magic on the back of the car and then into the paint booth for the Maaco painter extraordinaire to lay down the new orange paint.
And then it was off to Rockingham, North Carolina for the first ADRL race of 2013.
Starting the racing season in early March can pose some challenges in dealing with the possibilities of bad weather arriving at any time and dumping a little or a lot of snow on us. And Mother Nature was not to disappoint us this year! The "weather guessers" started their doom and gloom forecasting on the Sunday of the week before the scheduled race.
As we watched the snow forecast get worse and worse and since our racing operation resides on the very tip top of a large hill I made the decision to leave on Tuesday afternoon to beat the snow that was to start Wednesday morning. I arrived at the track on Wednesday afternoon and although it was windy and chilly it was sunny! After speaking with John Thursday morning I got the very disheartening news that our 8 to 16 inch snowfall forecast had netted us about 2 inches and was gone from the roads at sunup! Dumb "weather guessers"!
After finding a few more glitches in two test hits on Friday we felt we were ready for our first qualifying shot of 2013. Being the second pair out in the left lane was not an issue for us as John Stanley unloaded an ADRL career best run of 3.691 at a booming 209+ mile per hour! Heck, when we got out of bed on Saturday morning we couldn't even say 209 and then, BOOM we went out and did it! It was a great morale booster for our team after going through the last two years of ups and downs and all arounds.
For the second qualifier I thought I would see if I could step up the first part of the race track and about one half of a second in I found out that it was time to resurrect an old saying from our street car racing days, namely "Well that didn't work!". But at least I now know I can't do that again!
Sunday morning's first round matchup brought us up against "King Tut" as he is known, Todd Tutterow. Even though John left a red light on the tree and the car fell off its qualifying pace we left Rockingham very happy. After qualifying number seven we now believe we have a car that can run at the front of the field with a little bit more tweaking. We also know the reason the car fell off a bit, which is a good thing! And by going back to doing things the way we have always done them we will get back into our comfort zone that we had before the wheels fell off of our wagon! But it was a great way to welcome our new sponsor, Steel Dynamics, Inc to our playground.
More to come...
Stanley And Weiss Racing Attain's Huge Sponsor For 2013
Drum roll, please
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 3/3/2013
Stanley & Weiss Racing is pleased to announce to one and all the signing of the Engineered Steel Products Division of Steel Dynamics Inc of Pittsboro, Indiana! This is a great new partnership for us with a fantastic company. Over the last several months some little blurbs and innuendos (teasers if I may) have been inserted into the write ups on the trials and tribulations of the "Appalachia on Steroids" Camaro piloted by the inimitable John Stanley.
We were chosen from a group of very high profile teams to represent Steel Dynamics' Engineered Steel Products Division and we could not be any prouder! We will meet and any all of their expectations to the best of our ability as we do all the rest of the companies who support our team.
The major product line of the Engineered Steel Products Division is round steel bars ranging in size from one inch to 8 inches in diameter. The Pittsboro mill produces an average of 750, 000 tons of bar products annually. The parent company, Steel Dynamics, Inc is a diversified, entrepreneurial carbon-steel producer and metals recycler. In just fifteen years, they have grown to become the fifth largest American steel company. They have become successful by expanding their product scope while creating a corporate culture that encourages and rewards initiative and achievement. Steel Dynamics, Inc has it's corporate offices based in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They have an ever expanding workforce of about 6,500 employees. The company is publicly traded on the NASDAQ-GS exchange under the ticker symbol: STLD.
Please visit the Pittsboro mill's website at: www.sdi-pit.com/barproducts/default.jsp
Stanley And Weiss Racing Testing Camaro Pro Mod At PBIR
Florida in January
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 2/3/2013
Photos Courtesy Of Roger N Richards
In 2013 the Stanley & Weiss racing team set a brand new record for ourselves to start off the season on a positive note. We had planned on attending the test session at Palm Beach International Raceway and to accomplish that we needed to be sure that the Camaro would be ready. Which is the reason for the "brand new record" comment. Almost every year John and I never manage to do what we say we are going to. And that is to be ready to go BEFORE we have to leave for the first race of the year! We are generally still bolting parts on the car as it goes in the trailer and then putting the rest on at the track!
The only major changes over the winter were to attempt to lighten the car a bit more and to rework our rear wing. We had discovered at the early part of last season that the car had entirely too much down force and we had tried different things to help with the problem throughout the season. With the help of Garret from Garret Race Cars we formulated a plan to decrease the size of the table top part of the wing and to take a few degrees out of it as well. This little trick was suggested to me by Jeff of Composite Specialties in Memphis at the latter part of the season. When the project was completed I sought out my shock guru person, Eric from Penske Racing Shocks and got his suggestions as to what he thought we should do now that we had made our changes. His suggestions were put into the chassis setup and we were set to go.
The weather was supposed to be excellent the entire weekend. BUT we all know how the weather people don't always know the truth, dont't we? That being said, I arrived Friday evening at the track and parked out of the way awaiting my turn to get into the track on Saturday morning so we could setup and be ready for Sunday am first thing. I met up with Scruggs family along with Roger Henson, both of whom had graciously agreed to let us test with them. The fuel cars were have their two night testing sessions that evening and were getting ready and then the rains came! And that as they say was that!
Sunday dawned a nice sunny day and we went about getting ready for our first hit of the 2013 season. After the track was readied we went to the line and the first shot yielded us a respectable 3.7 run at 202 plus. We felt this was good for a first shot since the car was set up really soft to be sure it would go down. We made several more hits on the Sunday with the best being another 3.7 at 204 plus. We had a cylinder going in and out of service before the sixty foot on all the runs so we elected to install a new set of MSD plug wires for Monday morning. And that made a such a difference in the first part of the run that John had to pedal the car because it was spinning the tires and then, OF COURSE it blew the burst panel right as he shifted it into second gear. And that, our friends is why it is called "testing"!
We believe we have found a few of the bugs that would have bitten us at the first race in Rockingham and we are confident with the changes to the rear wing area. The car went 204 and change with no effort and did not move around. AND that was with the tall wicker bill we started out with. When we install the new composite pieces that have been manufactured by Eston at Garret Race Cars we hope to gain a bit more weight savings and a bit more speed.
More to come after Rockingham!!!
Stanley And Weiss Racing Camaro Pro Mod To Begin Testing
2013 Has Arrived!!!
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 12/6/2012
Photos Courtesy Of Roger N. Richards
The new year has arrived and the Stanley & Weiss Racing team is ready and eager to get this new season started. As those of you who follow us realize, we have had a very on-again, off-again love-hate relationship with our Appalachia on Steroids Camaro over the last two years. It would throw us a bone, build our hopes up and then when we least expected it, it would kick us squarely in the teeth and then chuckle at our frustrations!
BUT we are over that now, forever more! It is quite amazing what a little bit of success at TWO different race tracks thousands of miles apart at year's end can do to lift the morale of an entire team. It was a great feeling to drive home from the last ADRL race at Dallas in October with thoughts on how to improve on what we had learned at the Shakedown Nationals held at Englishtown, New Jersey's bad fast race track. Nobody on the premises or out in the drag racing world was any more surprised or any more in shock at the number the car put up on Saturday night than the team! We always knew we still had "it". We just didn't know what rock "it" was hidden under! Then to go to Dallas, Texas and run a 3.70 at 207.24 was the icing on that proverbial cake! And this run was accomplished with an expert light pedal job performed by John Stanley, our driver extraordinaire. You can see the logo on the butterflies "WFO!" appear part of the way off the starting line after the car started to smoke the tires in this series that was captured by that GREAT photog person Mr. Roger Richards!
Now we are in the process of getting the Camaro ready for a test session in West Palm Beach, Florida in Mid January. We have made a few changes to the car mainly in the rear wing area trying to lesson some of the down force we have down track. We have been working all year with our friends Eric from Penske Racing Shocks and Garret of Garret Race Cars trying to eliminate some of the drag this down force creates. We have also been aggressively attacking the weight issue once again looking for any tiny bit we can save and we believe we have found a bit, but only the scales will truly tell the tale.
We should know lots more on the evening of January 20, 2013 and you all shall be among the first we shall share this information with.
To the ADRL we say: "Bring it on!", we are back and we are bringing help to our party...
Finishing Off The Pro Mod Racing Season
Part Two Of The End Of 2012
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 12/4/2012
Photos Courtesy Of Axle Weiss
As I told all of our readers in the last update we went into what was going to be our last ADRL race of 2012 in Norwalk, Ohio. We had been chasing our tails for way to long, fooling around with different transmission / torque converter combinations that showed promise until we got to an ADRL prepped race track.
So with our revamped converter in place we decided to make one hit with it and if it didn't show promise, out it would come and in would go the one we had ran earlier but with some changes inside. On the first qualifier John left the line well for about twenty feet and then the Camaro went into instant tire smoke. So what did we do? Not what we said we were going to do! Imagine that, a drag racer not sticking to the game plan! We thought that perhaps we had been a bit weak on the tuneup and that the car had tried driving over the tire. So for the second qualifier we got a bit more aggressive and the car left the line and did not smoke the tires until TEN feet out!
So we then put the other converter in for the night session and it went down the track but not fast enough to make us take notice. Our friend and previous converter lender racer, Roger Henson had offered us a converter to put in and do a "try before you buy" deal. After a bit of banter and bickering back and forth between the two old guys, one rich and one poor, and with the blessing of Roger's wheel man, his own self Bubba Stanton agreed that we could purchase the converter we were going to try. On the last shot on Saturday morning we went down the race track yet again but not quite quick enough to make the cut. We learned a lesson yet again, something that I ragged on Eric Dillard of Proline Racing fame about! I didn't put on MY Big Boy pants and wussed out on getting aggressive and we paid the price for it.
But we learned after looking at the data and the incrementals that we had a piece in the car that could be the answer to our issues. So we decided to attend the Shakedown Nationals at the famed Raceway Park facility in Englishtown, New Jersey and see if indeed it would work. And as you all know from reading our last writeup, it worked well. VERY WELL!
I put on MY Big Boy pants, tuned The Orange Ho up and sent it!
YEE-HAAA was the result...
Thanks for reading and I hope you are enjoying the war stories. There will be more to come!
Stanley And Weiss Racing Camaro Pro Mod Year Ends With Pro Mod Record
Three Down And None To Go
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 11/7/2012
Photos Courtesy Of goDragRacing.org
A lot of you must be wondering where we our website updates have been for the last month. There is a valid reason for this that has to attributed to the year that we suffered through once again! We went to the next to the last ADRL race in Norwalk, Ohio with the mental outlook that we would use it strictly as a test session! We had come to the realization that our combination was just not working with our torque converter/transmission decisions. I shall over the next short while give all of you a full recount of each of the last three races. But we thought it only fitting that all of our loyal readers know that after all the strife we have had in 2012 that ALMOST matched our 2011 season we have ended the 2012 season on a high note and are very confident that once again we have a race car in our pit area that can contend for round wins against the baddest pro mod race cars on the planet, ADRL Pro Extreme!
On what do we base that bold prediction you may ask? Well thats very easy! Can You say the words "Shakedown Nationals" or "ADRL World Finals VIII? At the Shakedown Nationals with our good friend Chris Russo alongside John Stanley became only the FIFTH driver to record a time in the 3.5 second range on our shores! Although John went through the 1/8th traps enveloped in a flash ball of flame our trusty Appalachia on Steroids Camaro produced a 3.599 1/8th mile time slip! We backed up that run on Sunday with a 3.672 1/8th mile time slip even though John felt the car nosing over and clicked it right in the traps!
After those two runs we made the conscious decision to venture forth to Ennis, Texas for the last race of the ADRL season. Even though our season to date had tested us to the ends of our financial means we knew that we had to do this to prove to ourselves that we could produce those kind of numbers on an ADRL prepped race track. Our good friends Bronte Henning and his son Jay from Darwin, Australia of all places had been with us at Englishtown, New Jersey for the above mentioned passes and offered to assist with the cost of diesel fuel if we would go. That very generous offer gave us the added financial well being to be able to put Clifford The Big WHITE dog into the wind!
And the decision to make this trip bore fruit at the end of John's first qualifying run when he was rewarded with a 3.702 at our fastest speed ever recorded, 207.24 with a slight pedal in low gear! And that run qualified us for the second quickest Pro Extreme field ever. It felt very good going to bed Friday night knowing that we would not be bumped from the show. And now we have put the Camaro on stands and are working away on changes for 2013. Those you will see as well throughout the winter months.
Thanks to all who support us and special heartfelt thanks MUST go to Scott and Jimmy, our two crew guys who give new meaning to the word team. They never gave up on our abilities and these last two races justified their optimism! Thank you Scott and Jimmy, we could not do this with out you!
And soon we will be announcing a brand new major sponsor for our team, a company who has never before been involved in drag racing and chose us to carry their brand and introduce their products to the many companies who have components in and around all of our race cars. I will give just one little hint...
Yellow Bullet Nationals - ADRL Memphis
A Tale Of Two Races
By Camp Stanley: Post Date: 9/26/2012
Photos Courtesy Of Axle Weiss and goDragRacing.org
Before attending the ADRL's race in Memphis, Tennessee we decided to do a bit of testing at the infamous "Yellow Bullet.com Nationals at Cecil County Dragway in Rising Sun, Maryland. We had made some changes to the fuel system on the car after the ADRL race in Charlotte, North Carolina and needed to be sure all the components were working together as they should be. We had to make some changes when a few unexpected glitches reared their heads and we missed the 5PM cutoff time for testing on Friday. The powers that be made the decision that we could run at the end of qualifying on Friday night and again on Saturday night if we wished. So, needless to say we readily agreed as we needed to be sure all things worked as they should.
When the radial cars were all done their qualifying we got our chance at the new Cecil county surface at 11:55pm! After a crowd pleasing burnout John staged the car and was off and gone in a flash lighting up the scoreboards with a 3.75 run that stood as our quickest ever. This run also made believers of some other people at the track in a great car making it down that late at night and after three classes of radial cars! Thanks must go out to Monty of Yellow Bullet fame, Dave at Finishline Performance and Jim at Cecil County Dragway for allowing us some time on their race track.
So then it was off to Memphis with a lot of confidence and a bounce in our step, assured that we were once again going to do well. And as has become the norm for us, that sure was not true. Our first two qualifiers were used to try several different things in the fuel system and to see if indeed all was working as it was supposed to. The Friday night qualifier came and we went to the lanes prepared to put a good number up on our behalf, but NOOOOOOOO that wasn't to be AGAIN! As John started into his burnout the parachutes came out of their packs for no reason whatsoever! That witch, called fate and spelled with large capital "B" had struck again! When we got back to the pits we found that the electric/air solenoid safety switch had malfunctioned and left the air bleed slowly into the activation cylinder and releasing the parachutes! Just another way for us to get bit in the butt!!! The last qualifier on Saturday was a fair hit that stood up till the last few cars went down and we were once again left on the outside looking in.
But we did find out what was causing our fuel management issue and that has hopefully been cured as well. The faulty solenoid has been replaced and we are soon to be off to the last ADRL race we will attend in 2012 in Norwalk, Ohio. We have made the mental adjustment to consider it a great test session on an ADRL track in preparation for whatever it is we decide to do in 2013. I know that I keep saying this, BUT sooner or later things have to swing back our way!
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- A Pro Mod Drag Racer's Fortitude | And A Great Helping Of Humble Pie
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