It has been almost a year of racing since we sent out our last letter. In that time, we have had some great racing and have welcomed aboard a number of new teammates. However, for the upcoming year of racing, we do have a couple of items to cover.
First, as some of you may know we are taking a break from the B-car, in league competition, for season 1 of 2016. Instead, for this season, we are focusing on the A-car, and putting together a winning program in that series. We are running the races for the A-car in accordance with iRacing’s schedule, at our usual Sunday night timeslot (practice starts at 7p eastern, and the race starts at 9 pm eastern). However, the B-car will be back for the season opener this spring at Daytona.
Secondly, our team is larger now. It is often the case that several teammates are racing for position or even the win. When racing a teammate please race them with respect; remember that when your teammates succeed, we all succeed. For instance, when the leader gives a countdown on a restart it is intended to allow each team member an advantage over the rest of the field. The leader’s countdown should not be used in order to gain an advantage over the leader on the restart.
Finally, we are going into our second year as a donation-supported organization. While our current season is fully funded, we are looking ahead to the next year of racing. Items such as scheduling league races, our TeamSpeak server, Race points manager, etc… are a considerable expense, and our operating costs are estimated between $350, and $400 for the coming year. To run those races we will need to replenish our funding, so once again we are asking for member donations. We are asking that each member donates $10-$20 dollars to support our racing in 2016. Any members who would like to donate can visit www.lowlineracing.com/donations/ and click on our PayPal link.
Brian Ammerman (#4) wins the Lowline Racing 200 from Texas Motor Speedway. Followed by Robert Dillow (#23) 2nd, Jerry Platt (#43) in 3rd, David Wrobleski (#21) in 4th, and Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51) in 5th.
Trent Ringler dominates the Monster Mile en route to winning the Lowline Racing 200 from @Dover International Speedway. Theodore Wallace (#87) scores another 2nd place finish, Mathew Davis (#72) finished in 3rd, Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51) comes in 4th, and Kevin Mitchell (#27) rounds out the top five in 5th place.
Trent Ringler wins the Lowline Racing 200 from @Dover International Speedway. Followed by Brian Ammerman (#4) 2nd, Theodore Wallace (#87) in 3rd, Matthew Davis (#72) in 4th, and Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51) in 5th.
After 150 miles at the @Charlotte Motor Speedway Brian Ammerman (#4) took home the win in the Lowline Racing 200. Theodore Wallace (#87) came in 2nd, Kevin Mitchell (#27) finished in 3rd, 4th place was taken be Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51), and Robert Dillow (#23) scores is a 5th place finish.
Check out the results @
1. (#4) Brian Ammerman 271pt, 2. (#26) Trent Ringler 253pt,3. (#72) Matthew Davis 251pt,4. (#27) Kevin Mitchell 230pt (+2),5. (#10) Brian Castle 224pt,6. (#87) Theodore Wallace 217pt (+4) ,7. (#51) Timmy Logwood Jr. 215pt (+2) ,8. (#23) Robert Dillow 205pt (+5) ,9. (#85) Paul Bliss 201pt (+2) ,10. (#24) Todd Pinto 192pt (+5)
Shannon Segler (#11) takes home the win at the Iowa Speedway, in the Lowline Racing 250. He was followed by Todd Pinto (#24) in 2nd, Brian Castle (#10) in 3rd, Kevin Mitchell (#27) in 4th, and Matthew Davis (#72) in 5th.