"GOOD VIBRATIONS" UNITED NITRO FUNNY CARS
 CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES POINT STANDINGS

DRIVER TUCSON SPOKANE SEATTLE EDMONTON TOTAL
Bobby Cottrell 98 98 96 0 292
Tim Boychuk 77 36 32 50 195
Jason Rupert 54 54 78 0 186
Stephen Densham 33 76 33 0 142
Billy Morris 10 57 35 0 102
Wally Giavia 10 32 57 0 99
Mark Sanders 35 0 54 0 89
Geoff Monise 32 33 10 0 75
Bill Windham 31 31 10 0 72
Matt Bynum 56 0 0 0 56
Kris Krabill 0 10 31 0 41
Ryan Hodgson 0 0 0 30 30
Chris Davis 0 10 10 0 20
Elaine Sellers 0 10 0 0 10
Justin Taylor 0 0 10 0 10
Tim Nemith 0 0 10 0 10

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                                      July 18, 2018 UNFC Newsletter

With four of five races completed in the 2018 Good Vibrations United Nitro Funny Car Championship Series, Bobby Cottrell driving for the Austin & O’Brien team has taken a commanding lead in the point standings.
Winning the first three events, Cottrell has posted a total of 292 points to second place Tim Boychuk’s 195 and Jason Rupert’s third place 186. Following a victory in the April 13-14 Tucson, Az. Series opener, Cottrell piloted the sleek green Bardahl Camaro to back-to-back wins in the Northwest Doubleheader in Spokane, Wa. (July 4) and Seattle, Wa. (July 6-7). The following week (July 13-14-15) Boychuk was the winner in Edmonton, Alberta, Ca. to close the point gap. The “double point” series finale will be contested August 17-18 at Spokane County Raceway.  Rupert, returning from being sidelined with a broken ankle, posted low elapsed times in both Spokane (5.684) and Seattle (5.627), but still couldn’t beat Cottrell in two close contests.

The side-by-side race between Cottrell and Rupert in the Spokane semifinals was decided on a hole shot with Cottrell’s 0.68 light giving him the win over Rupert’s .106 reaction time.  Both cars ran near identical elapsed times…5.687 for Cottrell and  5.684 for Rupert.  Cottrell had a single in the Spokane finale when Stephen Densham broke on the starting line. It was virtually the same at Pacific Raceways in Kent, Wa. three nights later as Cottrell narrowly beat Rupert in the finale 5.69 to 5.72. Rupert’s reaction time of .049 was good enough to give him the lead in the Weld Wheel Challenge. Qualifying  at Kent, Wa. Pacific Raceways was the quickest in UNFC history with the bump spot for the eight-car show at 5.891. In all 10 of the 13 cars on the grounds ran in the 5s with Rupert’s 5.627 on top. Best ever Heritage Funny Car times were recorded by Wally Giavia (5.66) and Billy Morris (5.69). Other qualifying times included Cottrell (5.69), Mark Sanders (5.74), Densham (5.84), Boychuk (5.86) and Kris Krabill (5.89).  Bill Windham (5.94),  Geoff Monise (5.95), Tim Nemeth (6.04), Chris Davis (6.16) and Justin Taylor (6.80) failed to qualify. Attached you’ll find the current point standings, and a wonderful video presentation of the two Washington races by Dyan Lover.

If you are not a current member of the UNFC, but would like to compete in the Spokane series finale, there are partial memberships available by contacting Bill Doner at (442) 227-4564.