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Old 09-21-2021, 09:35 AM
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Reposting the race information again. Please note the location for motorhomes & trailers only. There's plenty of other parking for your personal vehicles.


Originally Posted by ~McSmooth~ View Post
Travel tips for this weekend's race in Stoneboro:


Those coming across the Ohio Turnpike: Be sure to exit the Ohio Turnpike at Exit 218 before Youngstown, and take I-80 east into Pennsylvania. It's the fastest way to the track, and you avoid the $13 toll if you were to enter PA via the turnpike.


Those that may be coming from the south via Wheeling and using I-79: There is significant construction and VERY narrow lanes in the area of Canonsburg, PA (mile marker 43) which lasts for several miles. Please use caution in this area.


Again, the track address is 482 Stoneboro Lateral Road, Stoneboro, PA 16153


Another money saving tip: Fill up your gas tanks before entering Pennsylvania. The gas prices here are quite a bit higher than just over the border in Ohio.


Upon arrival at the track, refer to the image below. The track owner has designated the area for RV and trailer set-up. The pit spaces closest to the track will be for EZ-Ups and such, and all cars will need to be parked away from this area. Just like the GLC, it's OK to load/unload, but the cars can't stay there.


There will be "track food" available each day. Expect burgers, hot dogs, drinks, etc.


Track will open at 11AM on Friday, for those arriving early. Racers can plan to arrive around 10AM. If you're arriving Thursday night to setup a trailer, please try to arrive by 8PM.


The local racers are VERY excited to have us for this event. Expect a lot visits to your pit areas with questions.


Safe travels!
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Old 09-27-2021, 06:36 PM
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Had a great time participating at the Midwest Series can’t wait for the future events and The highly anticipated Cincinnati track. Again have to say love the Big dog rc track this, facility is a rc driver dream with everything you would need to enjoy your cars

nice meeting everyone that that was there and if you missed this series you really missed a great time.
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Old 09-27-2021, 07:11 PM
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Had a great time participating at the Midwest Series can’t wait for the future events and The highly anticipated Cincinnati track. Again have to say love the Big dog rc track this, facility is a rc driver dream with everything you would need to enjoy your cars

nice meeting everyone that that was there and if you missed this series you really missed a great time.

couldn’t agree more, well worth the drive! I’d like to give a big thanks to John and all the Big Dog crew, including Mike McBride and FISH. Big thanks to Mark Unger for keeping the Midwest Series moving.
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Old 09-30-2021, 05:55 AM
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Final Points for the 2021 Midwest Series

1/8 Open
1. Hammer - 298
2. Walker - 287
3. Riley - 278
4. McBride - 273
5. Michel - 248
6. Carrington - 244
7. Lee - 240
8. Boyles - 232
9. Palansky - 215

1/8 Masters
1. Unger - 294
2. Louis - 289
3. Borrasso - 280
4. Smith - 271

1/10 Sedan
1. Dunn - 299
2. Vandermeer - 276
3. Charlager - 195

Sedan Masters
1. Altieri - 300
2. Hart - 284
3. Neiswinger - 281
4. Ennulat - 276
5. Parker - 263

Pan Car
1. Willey - 290
2. Cring - 287
3. Bury - 281
4. Palansky - 273
5. Fichera - 259
6. Burling, Sr. - 250
7. Boyles - 229

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Awesome job, Mike. Turned out to be a pretty good season.
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I posted these pics on another social site and neglected RCTech. My Bad! We did have a blast at the final race of the 2021 season. Big Dog Racing and Hobbies really came through to give us a great venue to compete! Thanks to John and his staff at this Stockboro PA. facility! I really hope something will be worked out to have MWS Racing there next season! Above are the pics of the winners of the series and the TQ's of the last event. A more detailed report will follow. I hope to see some of you racers in Florida for one of the many events down there. With the strong showing of the PanCar Nation, The WinterNats will have a Pan Car class for the first time at this storied event. For us Midwesterners, it doesn't get much better than racing in Florida during the winter. Their are 3 nice Nitro tracks to race at and Florida has series as well. It's called Forgass, and info can be found here:(9) Forgass | Facebook. Also, Homestead FL has a new track and it is killer. The first "Big" race there will be the Miami Grand Prix. It is Dec 8th-12th. Treat yourself to an early XMas present! GoodRacing to all and I hope everyone stays well! Scream the Monkeys and make that pass....
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Before I start building a new car … will there be a 2022 season? And where would the races be held?
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Build it! Their will be a 2022 season. It's just a matter of how many different tracks we'll be competing at. Optimistically, we'll have Big Dog, Cincy and a Chicago area track. Cincy has the property and the okay to build. Chicago guys are actively looking for a location for a permanent track. Failing that, a temporary track will be used for the MWS Races.
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We are in Iowa. A Chicago track sounds encouraging
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Originally Posted by robracing View Post
We are in Iowa. A Chicago track sounds encouraging
If you are in Iowa, a season at Lincoln would be amazing. Then head over to IL on the occasional run when the eastern Mid-West tracks are up. Yes, build the car and begin planning your races for 2022.
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