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December 23, 2016
Merry Christmas and Happy holidays
We have a tentative schedule for the 2017 season/ The only date not confirmed in the May Date. Either May 13-14 and May 27-28.
13-14 or May 27-28
I would like to have one race as a double header. I would like input from the racers. My preferance is the July date or the September finale date. What do you guys think? Email me from this link. Contact series organizer .
August 31, 2016
2016 series champion Quentin Chambers.
Series runner-up John Evans
Here is qualifying sheets and eliminations for both weekend races.
Race #3 Friday round one qualifying
Saturday qualifyng and elimination's
Round one elimination's Saturday
Race #4 Sunday
Race two saw Quentin earn the #1 spot, Dane Lachelt was #2, Kevin Chambers was #3, Marty Zazula #4 and Dan Provost #5. Rounding out the field was John Evans. A few guys that ran Saturday could not run Sunday due to breakage, and they included Steve Kendall, Saturday race winner Bill MacDonald, Norm Mitchell and Alvan Behar.
Provost, Evans and Quentin Chambers all won round one match-ups and just before round two was set to run, the rain came and did not let up. The event was called and Quentin Chambers was crowned series champion. John Evans finished second in his rookie season by one round over Dane Lachelt.
August 29, 2016
A new champion is crowned! One that dominated all year long not only here with the 'outlaws', but he had a great year in NHRA competition as well, reaching the final of the biggest race in the NW the NW Nationals at Seattle. Quentin Chambers had the race in hand after qualifying Sunday morning and a 1/4 final finish on Saturday in the first race of the double header., He also won round one Sunday to further put an exclamation point on the year. The race ended there, as rain came just after round one was complete. John Evans finished runner-up in the season final point standings, less than one round ahead of defending champion Dane Lachelt. All the results over the next couple days.
August 21, 2016
The final weekend of the year looks to be a big one for the Summit Custom Brokers NW Outlaw series. Close to a dozen cars are expected to compete in the huge double header. Beside the eight racers in the points standings, series sponsor Steve Kendall in the Summit dragster, Rob Phippen in the RAD Torque blown dragster, Luke Balough in the Nostalgia blown Altered and possibly one or two more drivers. The point standings favour Quentin Chambers but Dane Lachelt and Norm Mitchell as well as John Evans still have a shot as well. Having two races on the final weekend, and likely a four round race there are as many as 120-125 points up for grabs each race.
The first race will see a qualifier Friday night and three Saturday before 4:00pm. Then elims will start around 5:00pm. One or two rounds of qualifying will take place as part of elimination's Saturday for the Sunday race, and then one more Sunday morning before the finals race on Sunday.
August 15, 2016
Two of the baddest drivers in fast dragster classes in the NW battled for the win at Mission this weekend. In the end it was Dane Lachelt earning the win over Quentin Chambers. Chambers has a real exciting week coming up as he races in three events from this Thursday through Sunday. The completion of the Spokane Divisional race, the final round from the Seattle National event where he takes on Chuck Glanz and then the entire Seattle Divisional. Then in two weeks he is back here for the final weekend of the Outlaw 2016 series. He leads the points with a win and a runner-up, but four drivers have a chance for the title. Lachelt has had an equally solid year so far. With the short schedule this year for the Outlaws (4 races), Lachelt has raced at a few other tracks in their blown series' and he has come out on top at Spokane and in Montana (Anaconda), as well a setting a new track record in Montana and at Kelowna. Quentin, Dane (win and a 1st round loss), Norm Mitchell (two semi finals) and John Evans (r/u and first round loss) all have a good shot. They are within three rounds of each other. The full report in the next few days
June 20, 2016
We knew it would happen at some point and it could not happen to a nicer team or driver. Quentin Chambers ripped off two 5 second passes on Sunday on the way to a lucky win in the final against first time Outlaw competitor John Evans.
The Father's day win for Quentin included two very important crew members Heidi and Tara Chambers. They brought good luck for dad on the special day. His other daughter (not sure her name) was competing in a rodeo on the weekend.
The full report over the next couple days.
May 29, 2016
Well we tried to get off race one, but the weather gods were not kind and even when Sunday looked promising to at least run a test n tune, the rain came back just as the first cars were going to go down the track. That being said we do want to thank, Dan Provost, Bill MacDonald, Marty Zazula, John Evans, Leo Grocock (son in law Robbie will drive this year), and the boys from Fort St. John (Procharged RED) for showing up to try and run the first race of the year. We will likely run a double header as a make up race, just have to determine which event. I am thinking one of the August races.
Thanks to our sponsor Summit Custom Brokers for their support. Hopefully Steve you can make the August races.
The 2016 schedule
All events will be at Mission Raceway. We have four races scheduled and one rain (optional date)
October 1-2 (rain date)
Unfortunately we could not secure a race date for September. Mission has a drag race on the long weekend in September but that is the Summit ET finals weekend and will have close to 500 competitors in attendance. The CMDRA is also competing in September (24-25) but they decided to go with the CW Doorslammers as a four wheel group (larger car count). No other weekends in September have Drag Racing. October 1-2 is available and it will be our rain date
All races have a test n tune on the Friday (cost around 65.00) and then three qualifiers on Saturday, one qualifier Sunday morning and then elimination's starting around noon Sunday. In order to collect points and have a chance for the championship you must be a member. Membership cost is 125.00. Race cost is 100.00 plus the gate fee. I am working on the gate fee reduction but there are not promises that it will happen. If you don't get a membership then you compete for 60% of the purse only.
With the success of the last event in 2015 we are very optimistic we will have solid car counts for the 2016 season. Along with the 6-8 regulars rumors of 43-7 new rides coming out.
But with the downturn overall in the economy it still may be a tough year. We are counting on all the teams making it to as many races as possible and having only 4 events should make it easier for all to attend.
We are proud to announce that Summit Custom Brokers is back as the series title sponsor and put up purse money at each race weekend (along with race entry) as well as paying the top three in points at the year end. If you are buting parts acroos the line make sure Summit is your go to Brokerage.
The breakdown is for the season ending champions are:
1st place 650.00 second place 400.00 and third place 250.00
See you all soon.
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