Unfortunately Ted's transmission blew out on the 13th lap of the STU race (which counted as a 4th place finish out of 4 STU cars entered). In the afternoon, after Glenn raced to replace the transmission, it rained during lunch and the beginning of the SM race. Ted fell from 4th place to 10th place. National Points are only awarded to the top 9 drivers, and thus Ted earned ZERO points for his best SM start/grid position ever. Rain practice is becoming necessary as both Summit Point events this year have been marred by rain.
Ted's brother Bob Cahall (88 above) also attended and gained his National Competition License after competing in the regional SSM event.
See Facebook photos of
Summit Point National
courtesy of Mike Kelley.
Ted Cahall / Nick Bruni Spin
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