CruddyCar World Series - Grand Prix of San Jose

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Stock Car Extreme logo.png CruddyCar World Series - Grand Prix of San Jose United States of America
Round 8 of 10 in the CruddyCar World Series season
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Sunday 6th November 2016
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The Grand Prix of San Jose is the eighth of ten rounds in the CruddyCar World Series season.

Qualifying

Pos No Driver Team Time
1 10 Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport 0:46.340
2 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison United Kingdom The Offenders +0.051
3 78 United Kingdom James Price-Harper United Kingdom The Offenders +0.238
4 8 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius Tropico Tropico Motorsports +0.419
5 95 United Kingdom Mike Bell Germany aureus motorsport +0.544
6 64 Scotland Campbell Wallis Japan Kaibutsu Racing +0.579
7 121 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin France Eiffel Power Motorsports +0.638
8 86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Eiffel Power Motorsports +0.694
9 13 Scotland Neil Heatlie Scotland Sgioba Alba +0.717
10 35 Scotland Allie Ferrie Scotland Sgioba Alba +0.795
11 314 Sweden April Carlsvard United Kingdom The Defenders +1.445
12 43 Canada Rob Covey Canada Howler Racing +2.702
13 101 United Kingdom William Walker Antarctica Team Penguin +3.308
14 68 England Luke Mason England Two Tone Racing +3.649
15 40 United Kingdom Thomas Alderton United Kingdom Turismo Motorsport +5.260

Race

Race 1
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San Jose Raceway - Full Layout
Distance 75 Laps 106.5 Miles
Pole Position
Driver/Team Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport
Time 00:46.340
Podium
First Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport
Second Scotland Allie Ferrie Scotland Sgioba Alba
Third Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius Tropico Tropico Motorsports
Fastest Lap
Driver/Team United Kingdom Kyran Parkin France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Time 00:47.273
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Pos No Driver Team Time Points
1 10 Germany Björn Golda Germany aureus motorsport 1:01:57.223 20
2 35 Scotland Allie Ferrie Scotland Sgioba Alba +24.403 15
3 8 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius Tropico Tropico Motorsports +2 Laps 12
4 95 United Kingdom Mike Bell Germany aureus motorsport +2 Laps 10
5 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison United Kingdom The Offenders +3 Laps 8
6 86 United Kingdom Craig Woollard France Eiffel Power Motorsports +5 Laps 7
7 64 Scotland Campbell Wallis Japan Kaibutsu Racing +5 Laps 6
8 121 United Kingdom Kyran Parkin France Eiffel Power Motorsports +23 Laps 5
9 314 Sweden April Carlsvard United Kingdom The Defenders +27 Laps 4
DNF 78 United Kingdom James Price-Harper United Kingdom The Offenders Damage
DNF 101 United Kingdom William Walker Antarctica Team Penguin Damage
DNF 68 England Luke Mason England Two Tone Racing Damage
DNF 13 Scotland Neil Heatlie Scotland Sgioba Alba Ragequit
DNF 43 Canada Rob Covey Canada Howler Racing Damage
DNS 40 United Kingdom Thomas Alderton United Kingdom Turismo Motorsport DNS

Image Gallery

The starting grid get ready.
The crowd look on in anticipation of an exciting race, who will make it to the end?
Turn 1 of the formation lap
The dreaded turn 2 seems to have had a steam roller over it in time for the race.
Green flag! they're off..
Lot's of locking up and smoke into turn 1.
But everyone makes it around in one piece.
Robert leaving the race early but in spectacular style.
There is chaos behind Campbell as the Eiffel Power team put in an impromptu road block on turn 6
the traffic takes a while to clear.
Neil just moments before the rage took over, and he left the race.
Luke has an unfortunate coming together with the concrete and is out.
Team penguin driver William gets distracted by the bird on the wall and crashes out.
James is another victim of the invisible walls, will he get any luck this season?
April taking late braking to the extreme.
Kyran sliding into the tyre wall, showing off for the crowd again?
April and Kyran compare notes on braking points in the realish car park.
Björn takes the well deserved win, the championship is still wide open with 4 drivers still in with a chance. But the Street Cup goes to a well deserving Arūnas.

Championship Positions after Round 8

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

Change Pos Driver Points
- 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison 101
- 2 United Kingdom Mike Bell 83
- 3 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius 70
IconUP.png 4 Germany Björn Golda 64
IconDOWN.png 5 Sweden April Carlsvard 60

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

Change Pos Team Points
IconUP.png 1 Germany aureus motorsport 147
IconDOWN.png 2 United Kingdom The Offenders 142
- 3 France Eiffel Power Motorsports 93
- 4 Tropico Tropico Motorsports 79
IconUP.png 5 Scotland Sgioba Alba 70

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 56
- 2 Scotland Allie Ferrie 37
- 3 United Kingdom Dan Holder 0
- 4 United Kingdom Ben Russell 0
5 To Be Confirmed TBC 0

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

Change Pos Driver Points
- 1 United Kingdom Lee Harrison 47
- 2 United Kingdom Mike Bell 34
- 3 Sweden April Carlsvard 27
- 4 Lithuania Arūnas Linkevičius 24
- 5 Germany Björn Golda 24

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
IconUP.png 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 26
- 2 Germany Björn Golda 20
- 3 Sweden April Carlsvard 19
- 4 United Kingdom Mike Bell 16
- 5 United Kingdom Craig Woollard 16