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Drilled brake rotors also tend to wear in concentric grooved styles, which can look funny when the rotors are aged if the drilled hole patterns are not staggered.
While this does not impact the performance of the brake rotors , it can affect the vehicle aesthetic and sensitive drivers may prefer to select a different style of brake rotor or else change out their rotors more often.
Drilled rotors are also a poor choice for race cars. They cannot withstand repeated heat and cool cycles very well, and will fail sooner rather than later as a result.
Drilled brake rotors are fine for general use in street vehicles. Why Choose Slotted Rotors? Slotted rotors work very well for heavy trucks, SUVs, off road vehicles, tow trucks, and competition cars.
It is particularly important to choose high quality brake rotors when picking a slotted style. If the brake rotors are not properly machined, from the inner to the outer edges, they can crack sooner than they otherwise would or should.
This style of brake rotor delivers improved consistency with every stop, by reducing the friction in the brake pads.
Over the long run the slotted rotors also perform well: As the slots shave down glaze from overheated brake pads , they expose fresh material every time you brake.
As a result, you can rely on these pads to deliver effective braking even in heavy duty vehicles. Slotted brake rotors are not without their disadvantages: They tend to have a shorter life compared with other types of brake rotors , and may shorten the life of brake pads as well.
When you are coming to a stop from a high speed, you can feel a rumble from the rotors. They will still perform safely; you may just find the noise unpleasant.
Like drilled rotors , they work well for wet climates where frequent rain is a consideration. They perform well, although not necessarily better than other styles of brake rotors.
These newer brake rotors are starting to appear on some luxury cars, including Mercedes and BMW. Drilled and slotted rotors do work particularly well for tow vehicles, trucks, and other cars that carry heavy loads.
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The G-Jet total lap mark was eclipsed by 22, and the single-lap mark by more than eight tenths. Homeboy Catfish Sr.
Ryan was followed very closely by Erik Eckhardt and J. Paul Crosby was the top Sportsman, with Terry Ayer a mere three laps in arrears. Time for music!
This year, cellist Parker Ousley did the honors, playing and singing traditional. Half-Time entertainment, always a highlight at Catfish International Speedway.
After pizza, and two hours of Super Stock practice, the Nine Sportsmen of the Apocalypse put down their tire pullers and stepped to the panel.
He also won all the other lanes for good measure. Terry Ayer gave a very fine drive, including a very strong Red himself, to be the best of the rest, 11 laps back.
Bob Withers looked crazy good at times, and was third. Schoenfeld, Oh Jimmy, and Dave Muse. Some very fast cars out there, and a lot of fun Pro racing.
We made new single-lap and total-lap Super Stock records. The track felt good. Our Track Owner demonstrated the benefits of finally getting some track time, winning all four lanes, and setting a new total-lap record of Erik edged Reimels Sr.
Ryan set a new single-lap record of 3. Jahl, and Bob Withers, suffering mightily on White and Red, got his desired track time.
DAR-bee on Nov. Reimels Sr. It will be good. Durf decided to switch things up a bit and instead of Can-Am bodies on the G-Jets he went with F1 bodies.
Durf, Stez, and Peter have cooked up a championship within a championship. Also, at each race these will be a best appearing trophy awarded based on voting by those present.
Don Hall took the best appearing trophy for this race. The track was in great shape and record lap totals would be set in both G-Jet and Super Stock.
First up was F1 G-Jet. As usual, Sportsman and Pro ran together in a single round robin. Hal Pierce and Paul. Crosby quietly drove through the field setting down laps that some of the Pros wished they could match.
Tight racing through out the field made for some close racing. Rob Hayes took the top spot followed closely by Erik in second and Stez in third.
Peter rounded out the Pro podium in fourth. Hal Pierce took the top spot in Sportsman finishing a lap ahead of Paul Crosby.
Terry Ayer was third and Mike Tiffany came home fourth. As always this was topped off with plenty of home backed cookies.
With the G-Jet program wrapped up, it was time to start getting ready for Super Stock. Stez headed out and Tom Gray joined the mix. After some two hours of practice most people were ready to race and the rest resigned themselves that they would have to make do with what they had.
As with the G-Jets, lap times were fast and more guys seem to be getting a handle on the setup and driving for Thompson Raceway.
Low 4 second lap times were what you needed to get to the top of the podium. Erik Eckhardt was unstoppable and drove a clean race to take top honors finishing 10 laps ahead of Rob Hayes who was battling with newly re-elected club director Paul Ryer.
Rob finished 4 laps ahead of Paul with Tom Jahl taking the fourth spot in the Pro division in his first race as a Pro. In the Sportsman group Paul Crosby drove away from the pack covering second place Hal Pierce by 14 laps.
Terry Ayes was just sections behind Hal to finish third and Mike Tiffany took the last podium sport finishing fourth. This will be our first race for the Open Weighted class with Can-Am bodies so check the rules and get your cars ready.
For Can-Am, there should be a driver in the open cockpit! Super Stock will also make a return to Catfish after a hiatus of a few. And yes we may be having leftovers next year ….
This and the last of the outside donors checks put us over my ambitious goal. This is an opportunity for a sick child to bring his or her parents and siblings to spend a week at camp with them.
I thank everyone from the bottom of my heart. Overall GRoNE was well represented with a total of. I built 13 of the cars, the same as the number of LandShark entrees from Al Thurman.
The best finishes for my cars were a center hinged anglewinder driven to a 5 th place finish by Greg Burstein and a necked-in rail anglewinder driven by Ryan Archambault to an 8 th place finish.
I just missed making the semi by 3 feet using my center hinged car finishing in 9 th place. Looking at the cars in the.
Jim Keen finished 3 rd in a sweet looking center-hinged sidewinder built by Dean Schober. The complete finishing order is available on the HOPRA website although the chassis designation is not totally accurate.
Also of interest was the Brass War race on Tuesday evening that officially kicked off the Nationals event. The race was run on the Parma track that Peter had.
Unlike the original Nats run on this track in , we were able to use all eight lanes thanks to the widening of the gutter lanes done as part of the restoration project.
We really need to use this track more often, while the eight-lane configuration makes marshaling a challenge as does the off-color lane striping… , every one of the 19 entrants enjoyed the event.
I won the race using a simple in-line motor chassis with a shaker pan that I made over seven years ago. Trevor Machuga finished second using one of the original chassis made by AJ Hoyt for the event!
Thanks to all that participated in these events at the Nats, it was nice to see how well GRoNE did in only our second season as a group.
Rumors are that we might be in Denver for the Nats next year, I hope that many of us can attend. Unfortunately, neither Joel Pennington nor Rick DeRosa could attend the event, Life keeps getting in the way of racing slot cars.
Cars on the Boomerang, it was time to run the T-Jet race. The top five had a real barnburner being separated by only 3 laps. Ryan Archambault beat out Donny Hall for fourth by just sections; a single off making all the difference.
Paul Ryer ran a real consistent race getting 25 laps across the board. A full field of Gravity Cars - 8 anglewinders, 3 sidewinders and a lonely in-line.
Ernie and Dick elected not to run Gravity cars but with Dave Muse joining the fray, we had a healthy 12 drivers for the Gravity race.
A real nice omen for the class is that 9 of the 12 drivers raced their own car; gone are the days where most folks ran borrowed cars.