CruddyCar World Series - Grand Prix at the Glen

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Stock Car Extreme logo.png CruddyCar World Series - Grand Prix at the Glen United States of America
Round 10 of 10 in the CruddyCar World Series season
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Sunday 4th December 2016
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The Grand Prix at the Glen is the final round in the CruddyCar World Series season.

Qualifying

Pos No Driver Team Time
1 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison United Kingdom The Offenders 1:25.373
2 78 United Kingdom James Price-Harper United Kingdom The Offenders +0.343
3 10 Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport +0.891
4 13 Scotland Neil Heatlie Scotland Sgioba Alba +1.019
5 8 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius Tropico Tropico Motorsports +1.620
6 121 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin France Eiffel Power Motorsports +1.704
7 86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Eiffel Power Motorsports +1.827
8 64 Scotland Campbell Wallis Japan Kaibutsu Racing +2.880
9 35 Scotland Allie Ferrie Scotland Sgioba Alba +2.978
10 314 Sweden April Carlsvard United Kingdom The Defenders +3.379
11 43 Canada Rob Covey Canada Howler Racing +3.443
12 95 United Kingdom Mike Bell Germany aureus motorsport +5.221
13 101 United Kingdom William Walker Antarctica Team Penguin +6.064
14 85 United Kingdom Matt Davies Canada Howler Racing +8.050

Race

Race 1
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Watkins Glen International - Long Course
Distance 41 Laps 141.45 Miles
Pole Position
Driver/Team United Kingdom Lee Harrison United Kingdom The Offenders
Time 01:25.373
Podium
First United Kingdom Lee Harrison United Kingdom The Offenders
Second Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius Tropico Tropico Motorsports
Third Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport
Fastest Lap
Driver/Team United Kingdom Lee Harrison United Kingdom The Offenders
Time 01:26.995
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Pos No Driver Team Time Points
1 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison United Kingdom The Offenders 1:01:07.181 20
2 8 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius Tropico Tropico Motorsports +44.077 15
3 10 Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport +51.311 12
4 13 Scotland Neil Heatlie Scotland Sgioba Alba +1:10.275 10
5 86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Eiffel Power Motorsports +1 Lap 8
6 121 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin France Eiffel Power Motorsports +1 Lap 7
7 314 Sweden April Carlsvard United Kingdom The Defenders +1 Lap 6
8 35 Scotland Allie Ferrie Scotland Sgioba Alba +1 Lap 5
9 95 United Kingdom Mike Bell Germany aureus motorsport +3 Laps 4
10 43 Canada Rob Covey Canada Howler Racing +3 Laps 3
11 85 United Kingdom Matt Davies Canada Howler Racing +4 Laps 2
DNF 64 Scotland Campbell Wallis Japan Kaibutsu Racing Accident
DNF 101 United Kingdom William Walker Antarctica Team Penguin Disconnect
DNF 78 United Kingdom James Price-Harper United Kingdom The Offenders Accident

Image Gallery

The drivers line up in front of empty stands. A scheduling clash with the Great British Bake Off final.
But that doesn't deter the drivers, the championship will be decided in 41 laps.
The formation lap looks tidy, on T14 the drivers form up.
Green Flag! and Neil has a look up the middle as they cross the line.
A traditional turn 1, Mike suffering from technical gramlins causing a few cars to go wide.
But everyone comes away unscathed and gets on with the race.
The top four enter the Inner Loop, with James dropping to fourth.
James leaves in spectacular style. Not a good end to his season.
Campbell has a big slide but stops just before the pit entrance.
But only few seconds after recovering onto the track he hits the pit wall, but is still mobile.
On the way back to the pits he finally manages to break the car
A huge lock up sends Kyran into the gravel, allowing Neil to move up into third place.
The one-stopping April successfully exits the pits ahead of both Allie and Kyran, who are on a two-stop strategy.
It's short lived however, as Kyran with a full head of steam bolts up the inside exiting The Esses.
Björn gives second place away to Arūnas.
The battle for sixth is still on. Kyran on the limit of adhesion whilst chasing down April.
A massive slide for April entering T13 costs her sixth place on the final lap.
It's okay though, as she secures fifth in the Drivers' Championship ahead of Kyran.
Lee takes the win and with it back-to-back Drivers' Championships!
The Aureus Motorsport drivers celebrate winning the Teams' Championship with a side-by-side victory lap.
Eiffel Power secure third place in the Teams' Championship, with donuts the choice of celebration for team-owner Craig.
Kyran has other ideas it seems...
Sgioba Alba vent their frustrations at losing out to Eiffel, but can be extremely proud of an excellent debut season...
...although we might need a stretcher and a wardrobe, because Neil has been sent to Narnia.

Championship Positions after Round 10

Praise the Power - This driver is the CruddyCar World Series Drivers Champion   Drivers' Championship

Change Pos Driver Points
- 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison 133
- 2 United Kingdom Mike Bell 103
IconUP.png 3 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius 85
IconDOWN.png 4 Germany Björn Golda 82
- 5 Sweden April Carlsvard 69

Bright Stars through the perilous Fight - This team is the CruddyCar World Series Teams Champion   Teams' Championship

Change Pos Team Points
- 1 Germany aureus motorsport 189
- 2 United Kingdom The Offenders 181
- 3 France Eiffel Power Motorsports 116
- 4 Scotland Sgioba Alba 100
- 5 Tropico Tropico Motorsports 94

The dawn's early light - This driver is the CruddyCar World Series Newcomer Cup winner   Newcomer Cup

Change Pos Driver Points
- 1 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin 63
- 2 Scotland Allie Ferrie 42
- 3 United Kingdom Dan Holder 0
- 4 United Kingdom Ben Russell 0
5 - 0

Gallantly streaming - This driver is the CruddyCar World Series Road Cup winner   Road Cup

Change Pos Driver Points
- 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison 67
IconUP.png 2 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius 39
IconDOWN.png 3 United Kingdom Mike Bell 38
IconUP.png 4 Germany Björn Golda 36
IconDOWN.png 5 Sweden April Carlsvard 33

Home of the brave - This driver is the CruddyCar World Series Street Cup winner   Street Cup

Change Pos Team Points
- 1 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius 34
- 2 United Kingdom Mike Bell 32
- 3 United Kingdom Lee Harrison 28
- 4 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin 25
- 5 Germany Björn Golda 20

The rockets’ red glare - This driver is the CruddyCar World Series Oval Cup winner   Oval Cup

Change Pos Driver Points
- 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison 38
- 2 United Kingdom Mike Bell 36
- 3 Scotland Neil Heatlie 30
- 4 Germany Björn Golda 26
- 5 United Kingdom Craig Woollard 24