For the second race of the Super Cup series racers headed South to the Coral Springs RC Track. The second round had 234 entries, another great turnout and even with Friday’s practice only going to 5pm, the day had a very large turnout of racers getting ready for Saturday’s event. On Saturday morning, registration went pretty smoothly and things kicked off right at 9:30am. A slightly damp but packed track greeted the morning qualifiers but with the sun shining throughout the day the track started drying and grooving up quickly.
With qualifying out of the way everyone was set to start the Main events. For the 2WD Mod Buggy class it would be local driver Janos Lazar taking the win in the B Main and bumping up along with Ricardo Jordao. For the main event, it would be JR Mitch in the TQ spot. An exciting race had JR checked out finishing almost 20 seconds ahead of Jason Ruona and Daimon Borkowicz would finish a very close 3rd.
The premier class of the day, 4WD Mod Buggy was exciting as ever on the large outdoor track. Even though the organisers had kept a decent pace throughout the day they couldn’t beat the sunset and the last few races were run in the dark. The lighting has improved at Coral Springs over the years but there were still a few dark spots to contend with. Janos Lazar and James Large would take the bump spots to the A Main. Daimon Borkowicz would take the TQ spot and an exciting race had Daimon taking the win by a large lead followed by JR Mitch in 2nd and Sebation Hazbun in 3rd.
Mod Stadium Truck saw Jader Lopez take the TQ spot and sail to an easy win in the A Main. Sebatian Hazbun would finish 2nd followed by his Dad, Richard Hazbun in 3rd.
4WD 13.5 Buggy was another popular class this weekend. Dan Borkowicz would take the win in the B Main filled by Kevin Welfey. TQ driver Danny Chavez would end up 3rd overall in the A Main while Lee Setser would take the win followed by Kyle Dempsey.
In 2WD Expert Stock Buggy, the B Main had Robert Molina taking the win followed by Jordan Newman both bumping their way to the A Main. Bart Collins would sit in the TQ spot but it would be AJ Marasco taking the win followed by Bart Collins in 2nd and Julien Oliveras in 3rd.
The Independent 2WD Buggy class was again very popular. Another exciting race, the B Main had Jeff Lynn taking the win and Shad Galante a very close 2nd. John Prickett would be the Top Qualifier again. John would check out and finish almost 10 seconds ahead of Kyle Watts. Jeff Lynn would work his way up to 3rd.
In Stock Truck Dave Kennedy would take the win and Jeff Lynn in 2nd to bump up into the A. Robert Molina was sitting in the Top Qualifier spot for the main event. Robert ran a clean race and would finish the A with a win followed by Jordan Singletary in 2nd and AJ Marasco in 3rd.
The established 40+ Mod Buggy class had veteran driver Danny Wight taking the win in the B Main with Aaron Parks a close 2nd. Bart Collins would be sitting in the TQ spot for the A Main. Bart ran a very clean race and finished close to 20 seconds over Walter Cruz to take the win. Aaron Sikes would finish 3rd.
2WD Stock Short Course had Robert Molina taking TQ and an easy overall win. Kevin Abbott finished 2nd and Jeff Lynn would finish 3rd.
A popular local class, 4WD Short Course is always fun to watch on these large outdoor tracks. Jessica Iler and Jordan Singletary would bump their way to the A Main event. Janos Lazar would take the TQ but Lanos couldn’t stay out front during all the carnage that is 4WD Short Course. Julie Oliveras would take the overall win followed by Jordan Singletary in 2nd and Kyle Dempsey in 3rd.
The Novice class has certainly grown this season. The B Main had Shawn Schmidt and Don Large bumping their way to the A Main. In the main event we had Exavias Sisco sitting in the TQ spot. After a messy start and several position changes it would be Bobby Iafrate taking the win followed by Shilo Hendrickson in 2nd and Don Large who had bumped from the B Main taking 3rd.