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September 18, 2010 3:04 PM

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Miller Motorsports Park, Tooele, UT

National Auto Sport Association (NASA) 2010 National Championships presented by Toyo Tires.


Sponsored by: Toyo Tires, Hawk Brakes, Mothers Polishes, OG Racing, Sampson Racing Communications, Mazda, Honda Performance Development


Group A National Championship Race, 10:45 p.m. (45 minute race)

Factory Five Challenge

Camaro Mustang Challenge (CMC)

Camaro Mustang Challenge 2 (CMC 2)


Factory Five Challenge


The 2010 NASA National Championship Factory Five Challenge race held at Miller Motorsports Park was filled with a field of twelve beautiful high horsepower Factory Five Racing cars running on Toyo RA-1 tires.  The rolling start race began with TC McNett, sponsored by Just Cruzin and Alarmco, leading the mob of loud Cobras into turn 1 also known as Sunset Bend.  A few laps later it was Scott McKay, sponsored by McKay Law Firm, in his orange and blue number 64 Factory Five Cobra moving up through the field and grabbing the lead spot.  In the early portions of the race Paul Kaiser was putting the pressure on McKay, then Kaiser fell back with some mechanical issues.  John George, sponsored Factory Five Racing and Tinboats.net, drove his flat black Cobra (with the headlights on) and stayed patient during the race, slowly making his way toward the front of the pack.  TC McNett held onto second for a large portion of the race until George got by him.  McNett ran hard to try to get that second position back (set the race’s fastest lap at 2:13.013) but ended up spinning, risking a podium finish.  McNett was able to get back on track and stay ahead of the fourth place car to the finish.  At the line under the double checkered flags was Scott McKay becoming the 2010 NASA Factory Five Challenge National Champion.  John George earned the second place position and on the final podium spot was TC McNett.


Camaro Mustang Challenge (CMC)


The Camaro Mustang Challenge 2010 National Championship race had an outstanding last lap battle and pass for the win with David Balingit in his Ford Mustang getting past Rob Liebbe in his Chevrolet Camaro.  But all of that hard racing was for not, as both cars were disqualified in impound.  That made Eric Sjoblom in his number 65 Ford Mustang the 2010 NASA Camaro Mustang Challenge National Champion.  Sjoblom ran a smart conservative race and stayed out of trouble which gave him the win.  In second place was Don Lariviere in a Ford Mustang and in third place was Team Incidental Contact also in a Ford Mustang making the CMC national championship finish a Mustang podium sweep.


Camaro Mustang Challenge 2 (CMC 2)


The Camaro Mustang Challenge 2 NASA National Championship race also found itself in the throws of impound drama as the first place number 33 Chevrolet Camaro turned out to be too low.  This allowed for Jeremiah Kellam, who drove door to door with the Camaro on the last lap, to become the 2010 CMC2 National Champion in his Ford Mustang.  Kellam was sponsored by Bright Futures Foundation.  Nick Steel started on the pole and had the lead early in the race but ended up going two wheels off in Tooele corner, giving up his lead and moving back in the pack.  Steel kept his calm and kept his pace earning him a second place finish for his Unbalanced Engineering Chevrolet Camaro.  The final podium spot went to James Ray in his Ford Mustang sponsored by Diamond Warranty Corp. and Steeda.




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