On January 3rd, 2015, Fourseason’s Raceway in Olypmia, Washington hosted the 2nd annual e1D ‘Hang Over’ race and this year’s event definitely lived up to all the hype. Building upon last year’s success with entries numbers up 30+, a better track design that’s uber challenging, and mix in higher level of competition, the e1D Hang Over race was a complete success in all areas. On top of all that, what makes the Hang Over race unique from other races is the ‘Champion’s Cup’ race at the very end. Not only do all racers get to run 3 quals and single 8 minute mains to decide class champions, but after all the A-mains are finished the top 2 winners in each class will throw down in a 30 lap stagger started race. The handicap is calculated by taking the class winner’s top 15 lap avg. and multiplying it by 30 to give us the spread. The idea of this exciting format is to potentially allow the elite 2 from all the different classes to all battle on the last lap. Although, with each driver having their own strategy and incidents on the racetrack, makes it impossible to predict who’s going to win the race.