11 years going, Honda Day brought yet another great event. Compared to the last few years, I have to say this year was a lot more organized and well run. Granted arriving at the venue at 6am, there was hardly any traffic getting to the track. Great job and I hope this continues in the future. Another change this year was the addition of a VIP car show section. Competitors, prior to the event, had to submit photos of their car in order to be entered into this section and I thought this was great. It was nice to have the more elite class of cars in one section rather than to have to weed them out throughout the 800 other cars that attend the show. On the other side of the bleachers was some exciting drag racing. 8 second turbo civics and 9 second all motor cars running down the 1320. I can remember when I first started going out to races, if you were running 10’s or even 11’s, that was considered Fast. Anyways, congrats to OGS for putting on another great event and putting together a fantastic give-a-way car. For those that wasn’t able to make it, click the photos above to jump to the gallery.
Via Wrecked Magazine
First off, I just want to say I’m glad that everyone was okay and that no one was seriously injured from this accident. Anyways, I just happened to be lucky enough to have to go pro running and caught one of the most controversial judging decisions this past weekend. From what I recall, the judging ruled that Tyler had no part in causing Chelsea to crash and since he had the advantage over Chelsea from his follow run, he was advanced on to the next round.
What are your thoughts???
This past weekend was the 2nd Annual Cabin Fever Ruckus Ride. It’s no Super Sunday but people traveled from NY, NJ, PA, VA and MD to the Frontier Town camp grounds just outside of Ocean City, Maryland. Some people roughed it out camping in tents while others lived it up in some “luxury” cabins but either way, everyone got together around the camp fires for a fun weekend of scooter talk and wondering what was really going on in that cabin across from us…
With over 50 riders, there was no surprise to have a few break downs and some trouble shooting, even before the actual 100+ miles ride started. It was kind of crazy to watch scooters torn apart the night before to trouble shoot some wiring issues or a have a motor rebuilt after it had lost compression. Remind you, this was all happening in the middle of the woods.
As for the ride itself, it was a nice cruise through the country with some twist and turns and the occasional straight stretch of road for some WOT action. There were a few accidents along the way but thankfully no one was seriously injured. All in all, it was an adventurous weekend. Thanks to everyone that helped make the event happen and hopefully this will continue to grow year after year.
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