View Full Version : Sac Raceway - Jan 4 - Results

01-05-2003, 04:17 AM
Sorry for the delay folks, but it was one hectic day for the "California Twins" family.

First I must say the day was PERFECT weather wise at the track. John and Jim were joined by our son in his 2000 Silverado King Cab for some GREAT runs.


I just have the pictures, the "guys" will have to tell you their times, and tomorrow we'll have the timeslips up! :D

Enjoy the pictures!

Jan 4, 2003 - Sacramento Raceway (http://thunderbirdsc_norcal.tripod.com/tracktime.html)


John Shelton
01-05-2003, 04:55 AM
Man, 3 hours of pea soup fog can wear ya' down!

Good job on the pics, Wendy. Thanks again for your help.

Had a great time. Good to see all you folks again and some great racin'!

Jim Demmitt Jr
01-05-2003, 07:24 AM
John nice times!
So glad you where there you made some awesome runs!
We made the Quickest & Fastest side by side pass for 2 SC to ever go down the track it was fun

We will be going back to the track soon for my quest into the 11's I had a great time thanks John.glad you made it home safely

Calif is up at the top with two fast SC's and lower times for both coming soon :) GOOD LUCK

01-05-2003, 02:46 PM
Jim and John,

great runs for both of you. i enjoyed the day. I have some good video of the race. Jim, now that you have three confirmed Corvette kills under your blower belt, maybe you take on a Cobra. A snake skinned blower belt, that would be an SC first. hehehe


01-06-2003, 01:41 AM
Hey mrsGONE14S,

I know it's a little off topic, but those black headlamps in your sig picture - what are they? I've seen them around on plenty of cars and trucks but never had the chance to pay much attention to where to find them. They look awsome on some cars though, that's for sure!

01-06-2003, 11:16 PM

Auto Ventshade Headlight Covers (http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?part=30985) from Summit Racing (http://www.summitracing.com) or 1-800-230-3030.

Easy to install and uninstall, they just snap on over the whole headlight assembly. I don't use them at night, your headlights don't shine through, not even high beams.


01-06-2003, 11:26 PM
Ahh, I could never tell if they were photo-sensitive lenses on headlights or just slip covers. Would be cool to have a headlight that was dark during the day and then lightened up at night like all-purpose glasses, but those would be terribly expensive I'm sure.