Our Stock Suspension Drag Radial Camaro is back from the Paint Shop
1968 Camaro painted 2010 Corvette Jet Stream Blue Metallic
Thanks to Charlie and Charlie Jr and the crew at Cardinal Paint and Body Shop.
If you are in the Tampa Florida area call Cardinal Paint and Body for your needs - they also handle all of our personal vehicles!
Make sure you get your decals with your carburetor order (where applicable). Our new decals are done, thanks to Good Guys Signs in Tampa, Florida for the great work.
Saturday Dec. 11, 2010 found Robbie on hand at East Bay Raceway in Riverview Florida to see Randy Weaver driving the Cardinal Paint and Body # 116 during the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series sanctioned "World Championship Race'. Randy Weaver laid down the 5th quickest lap in his group during qualifying and later ran second in his heat race Friday Night. After starting fourth row outside in the 100 lap main event raced in the top ten for the first half of the race. Randy then put on a strong charge in the last laps moving up to finish 3rd. Randy was impressed with the drivability of the DeVane Carburetor on the Cardinal Paint and Body #116. Randy also turned in fast lap for the 100 lap feature with a 16.027 on the 3/8 mile dirt track.
DeVane Carburetors would like to congratulate Chris Zimmerman for his WIN 5/22/10 at Eastbay Raceway and Cecile Martin for his 4th place finish!
By: Larry Jewett
Altogether, four drivers scored first wins of the year as motorstats.com 4 Cylinder Bomber winner Troy Dittebrand and Outlaw 4 winner Chris Zimmerman joined the group.
The Outlaw 4s saw new winner Chris Zimmerman avenge some bad luck from a few weeks previous. Zimmerman went wire-to-wire, keeping point leader Matthew Haynes behind him as the two proved to be the class of the field. Amanda Rogers saw a strong run yield a third place finish, ahead of Cecil Martin and Billy Howard. Zimmerman and Brian Danforth won heats.
Eastbay Raceway - Top Finishers - April 24, 2010
Way to go DeVane Carburetor customers : David Schmauss, Keith Heard and Chris Zimmerman
Schmauss Credited with Win in Racecar Engineering Late Models
April 24, 2010 by eastbay www.eastbayracewaypark.com
By: Jason Loughren
Last week two feature events were rained out when the skies opened up for a second time after a rain delay and rendered the track lost for the evening. Fans always know that they will get their money’s worth at East Bay Raceway Park, so when the bad weather cancelled the The Racecar Engineering Late Models and Outlaw 4’s feature events last week the solution was simple for the management at East Bay, they decided to run double features for those classes this week.
The Race Car Engineering Late Models and Outlaw 4 make up feature events were sandwiched into the pre intermission portion of the race program. In the Late Models Jack Nosbisch, Jr. dominated the early laps until a muffler fell of his car disqualifying him from the event. The beneficiary of that was Josh Peacock as he took the lead and held on for the win. The feature win was his 3rd of the season. Philip Cobb started 5th and finished 2nd. David Schmauss had a strong run and came home third. David Pollen and Frankie Erskine, Jr. rounded out the top-5.
Then in the completion of the Outlaw 4’s feature event Billy Howard took the win, which was his second in a row. Matthew Haynes started 2nd and finished 2nd. Keith Heard came home 3rd. Stephen Holhbaugh and Chris Zimmerman rounded out the top-5.
The Race Car Engineering Late Models were back on the track for the second time of the evening with their 25 lap main event as twenty five cars took the green flag. David Schmauss started on the pole and lead every lap until a late restart. On the restart Bryan Bernhardt was able to gain position on Schmauss as he made the pass on the outside lane in turn 4. Berhhardt appeared to have his first feature win of the season but was declared to be too light in post race technical inspection. Schmauss was credited with the win. Travis Varnadore ran in the top-3 all night and finished 2nd. Roger Crouse started 6th and finished 3rd. Ted Erskine picked up his first top-5 of the season with a 4th place finish. Philip Cobb rounded out the top-5. Schmauss, T. Varnadore and David Pollen won the heats.
The regularly scheduled Outlaw 4 feature event saw a great race between first and second in the points standings. Billy Howard and Haynes battled for the early laps before Howard slipped to the middle of the pack. Haynes was able to take the win which was his third of the season. Chris Zimmerman finished 2nd. Amanda Rogers started 5th and finished 3rd. Charlies Staats had a good run and wound up with a 4th place finish. Travis Staats started shot gun on the field and was able to finish 5th.
After a week off due to Mother Nature around 100 cars signed in to tackle the Clay by the Bay Saturday night.
The Outlaw 4’s provided the one of the most exciting finishes of the season as Austin Gillman drove by Chad Rose on the inside in turn 4 on the final lap. Rose was in the lead throwing sparks and smoke from his car as the laps wound down. He would finish 2nd. Third place finisher Cecil Martin had a brief stop in the infield during a caution to extinguish a fire in the engine compartment. Alex Boerner drove through the field after an early race spin while leading put him to the rear of the field, he finished 4th. Matt Haynes completed the top 5. Shane Burrows and Boerner took the checkered flag in the heat races.
3rd and 4th - Outlaw 4's @ Eastbay Raceway
May 12. 2007
The Outlaw 4 class opened up the action with Shane Burrows and Cecil Martin capturing heat races.
They would start deep in the 15-lap feature field as Stephen Hohlbaugh and Michael Gulvin brought the 14-car field up for the start. Gulvin moved to the front with Alex Boerner and Austin Gillmanfollowing through. Jim Coursen gained third on lap seven, but a debris caution sent him back to fourth. On the restart, Boerner moved to the high groove and swept by Gulvin for the point. Gillman and Coursen made their passes to head into the top three, but Boerner was stepping away from the field. Coursen grabbed second with three laps to go, but he had nothing for the young Boerner, who notched another Outlaw 4 victory. Climbing from his car with his mother waiting at the gate, Boerner scaled the fence to reach the flagstand and start the celebration. In Victory Lane, Boerner told the crowd about a rabbit’s foot that had been a good luck of his deceased grandmother. The rabbit’s foot was placed in the car by his mother and the end result was victory. Coursen held second, ahead of Martin, Gillman, and Matt Haynes.
April 25,2005 : Well our first race was a good one. John and Laura Sears and my wife Nicole and I worked hard to give the stock suspension cars a good race with a great payout.
We had 12 cars compete , with the winner taking home $1000.00 CASH !
for Full race results and PICTURES.
Don't miss the First Drag Radial Outlaw Shootout at Immokalee Raceway - April 24, 2005 (Sunday).
Gates Open at 11:00 am
$100.00 entry fee / + pay $ 10.00 at the gate
Once you get in Find John Sears at the DRO trailer to pay your $100.00 entry fee.
for more information - rules ect.
DeVane Carbs would like to congratulate Art Wilkinson and his NHRA Super Stock C Automatic Corvette on the class win at Gainesville Gatornationals 2005.
Way to go Brandon Wilkinson ! # 2 in NHRA Division points SS/BA - so far this year !
Kenny Schindler and Stan Perry both won Class at the U.S. Nationals : SS/CA & SS/DA
Way to go guys !!! SS/BA entry Brandon Wilkinson had a tough weekend but is still up there in year end points !
Congratulations to Fred Harrison on his 2009 Mini Stock Championship at Auburndale Speedway (Auburndale Florida)
DeVane Carburetors to sponsor Modified Mini Stock class at Auburndale Speedway, Auburndale Fl.
We are pleased to announce that the Modified Mini Stock Points Champion for the 2009 season will receive a custom calibrated DeVane Carburetors 500cfm 2bbl carburetor.
See our Circle Track Customers page to see Fred Harrison and his Mini Stock in the winners circle ( a familiar place for Fred)