Long, Kimbrow & Morganti sweep Timezone GP
Last weekend the Timezone Grand Prix was held in Battle Ground, Washington. Held in 1/8th Open and Masters, 1/10th 200mm Sedan and 1/8th GT the race saw a huge attendance with several high and even World class drivers. In qualifying Andrew Wells TQ’d the 1/8th Nitro Masters class with Scott Kimbrow taking the 200mm Sedan top spot and Paolo Morganti excelling in 1/8th GT. In the 1/8th Masters A main Serpent’s Tim Long was able to finish some 9 laps ahead of Dana McKee and Mark Day taking the overall win while in 200mm Sedan Scott Kimbrow battled down Mike Swauger who finished five laps down after the 45 minutes final. The third place on the podium went to Brian Bodine. In 1/8th GT Paolo Morganti finished took home an impressive win 14 Laps ahead of Mike Todd with third placed Mike Lyday was down another two laps.
Source: Serpent [serpent.com]