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WHAT ABOUT NORWALK (SUMMITT) RACEWAY

Is this year going to be a big ford borefest or what? I remember the good old days when a bunch of us enjoyed staying 3 days at fun ford weekend but is gets more boring every year. What ever happened to the party and dj showing up like the one year. I do not see much excitement on here about who is going. Is anyone going this year or will they have to allow chevys in to get enough racers to hold the event? Maybe us corrallers can help bring life back to the event.


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I took vacation this week to run the wednesday program as well as the fords at the summit event. It looks like mother nature isn't going to play nice though. I know what you mean, it used to be a great time running at funford.


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Yes, hopefully the rain holds off. I wont have my car there but I will be there sat/sun.

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know what you mean....

I've heard the ford race at national trails in the fall is pretty wild....

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know what you mean....

I've heard the ford race at national trails in the fall is pretty wild....


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I thought fun ford quit having events this year. I read articles about it and their website isn't there anymore. I had fun last year at bristol and was looking forward to go again but I think they stopped having them.

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The track is putting on something called Fords at the Summit or something like that. I heard they have a bunch of classes, but left out a true street type event.

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know what you mean....

I've heard the ford race at national trails in the fall is pretty wild....
I was at national trail last fall..it sucked, only got one test pass each day there, and they combined classes letting cars from one class to race in others, but not vice versa (Y-block cars in street class...but no street class in Y-block...etc) Kinda strange, and if you were not NMRA they forgot who you were. I was at norwalk last year also...made it to the semi final, so it didn't suck as bad. Plus not to crazy for kids. I'm pulling out after work tomorrow to get to norwalk, hopefully in time to make the gamblers race. But oh well, if you're on the track it can't be that bad. lol.

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Trails and NMRA is like trying to shove 10lbs of poo into a 2lb box. Trails lacks the staff and when you combine the original ford weekend there with the NMRA trying to run there stuff off it is just to much
Ditto X 10!!! I'd like to see them split it back up into an NMRA/NMCA event one weekend and the Ford Expo on another weekend. The majority of attendees (the NON NMRA class cars) get the short end of the stick.

Good luck up at Norwalk dy85merc, might see you up there saturday or sunday. Have fun!

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Just got back from Norwalk, this is by far the best "racing" show I've been to in a while. It was split into 4 classes and everyone ran the same amount. Pretty cool, the downside for me was I only won one round all weekend...lol. I was looking good on my time trial, ran a 12.37 and a 12.38. After the 12.38 pass when I was slowing down something strange happened to the tranny, after that I was a duck out of water. Went out in first round and missed fourth gear, yeah that's right...fourth gear. lol. Tranny wouldn't let me get it, but oh well...it was just a matter of time. Still a good time though.


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So did they have a general weekend setup like FFW, with show cars, swap meet, several racing classes, manufacturers midway etc?

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Glad you had fun, I gave it a PASS for the weekend.

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So did they have a general weekend setup like FFW, with show cars, swap meet, several racing classes, manufacturers midway etc?
Yes, kinda. A small swap meet, descent car show, hardly any manufacturers midway...maybe 5 or 6 vendors. There were 4 bracket classes...super pro (electronics), pro...(no electronics), nostalgia and DOT class. The racing was pretty good, made a pass about every hour and a half, which was pretty good...more than normal, and way better than NMRA events. Still will run those events also. I will race any chance I get. lol.

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Sorry so long!

IMO, this was a very good event to hit up, especially for this being the first one. Even with the rain on Saturday (and threatening Fri and Sun) the lanes were always full.

I got 8 runs in (1 Fri, 1 Sun and 6 on Sat [2 quals and 4 rounds] before I lit the big red bulb with a -.002)
I was too good for my own good on the tree, of the 8 runs I had (2) +.00x, (1) -.00x and (4) .0x lights.

Our First pass on Fri (we got in later than planned) was with the blower and I went [email protected] then backed that up on Sat morning with a [email protected] (the car was all over the place all weekend) but we had no 3rd or 4th gear pull. This is a Pro Charger D1 that we got off the corral and cant get it figured out fast enough. We took the belt off and went back to the bottle (150 shot), then started messing with the carb a little. We went 11.01, 10.92, 10.88 then [email protected] (personal best ever)
Sunday morning we woke up, got the bottle filled and got ready for our 1 qual before eliminations. I think thats when I hurt/broke the trans. 3rd gear wondered off somewhere on this pass so I aborted the run and wrote it off as being slightly hungover and not on my A game just yet. I should have known better because this tranny didnt "miss" gears Pro shifted/faceplated tko), but I dialed in at a 10.60 and kinda hoped I would break out . The track held, we put almost a 10th on the 60ft from our 10.6 run, front tire(s) skipping through the 1-2 shift and the ol girl was digging in on what has been by far the strongest feeling on take off, I went to hit the 2-3 and the tranny was locked in 2nd and I ended up cruising to a 18.4 at 42 lol. Oh well, get her fixed and come back out next time...

My budy Erick has an 01 Lightning and we couldnt find any unleaded race gas (103-108) so he had to run his truck in street tune. He ripped off quite a few 12.1s with his best being a [email protected] and a 1.67 60ft. He redlit first round on Sat (3 years in a row at a Norwalk event) and ended up going 2 rounds on Sunday before he broke out (.11 on a .12).

His GF/my SIL Shanda went 2 rounds on Saturday in a mostly stock 95 Lightning before she lit the red bulb (she had the 15.1s locked in all weekend) and 3 rounds on Sunday before she snoozed on the tree and lost.

Ericks daughter(s) flew into town for the event and his Youngest daughter won the papers/scissors/rocks competition to race my truck (STOCK 98 F150 FS/5.4/auto). Mariah went 3 rounds on Saturday and broke out with a 16.49 on a 16.50. Sunday she came back on her A game and made it to the semi finals before she broke out. They were running round robin and the truck kept slowing down and getting warmer. Before the last run we popped the hood in the staging lanes and thats were WE messed up lol. She ripped off a 16.34 out of NOWHERE (the best to date with the truck had been a 16.48) and broke out. I would say not bad at all for a 17 year old thats first pass down the track EVER was Friday night!

Overall there were more stories from FFW and definately more classes but IMO like I mentioned above this was a good attempt at what could be a very good event in the future. We all ran alot and we all ran personal bests in respects to vehicles/tunes. We will be back again next year hopefully with more people

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Anybody see a '95 mustang ( tubbed car) blow it's rearend all over the starting line? um like twice I think.

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Anybody see a '95 mustang ( tubbed car) blow it's rearend all over the starting line? um like twice I think.
Yeah, I seen him dump it once...what a mess. lol. Bummer for him though, can't knock a guy for trying. Hey NosDog3, was that girl in a red F150, I seen her. I ran against her in the time trials, she was doing a great job. My cousin made it to the finals in DOT on saturday (red 01 GT), A bad reaction time cost him...but $200 and a trophy was pretty sweet. He had one run with a .001 R/T and a 13.641 on a 13.64 dial-in...with a 5 speed. I had a blast there.

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"Anybody see a '95 mustang ( tubbed car) blow it's rearend all over the starting line?'

I saw it too. Felt bad for him, he spent some money on that pass.

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Hey NosDog3, was that girl in a red F150, I seen her. I ran against her in the time trials, she was doing a great job.
Yeah she was in my "likening" lol. We all had a blast, and congrats to your cousin!

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Yeah she was in my "likening" lol. We all had a blast, and congrats to your cousin!
We should get together next time, we had a huge gang of people in our spot. We all had a blast, big cookouts and games. I think I'm going to put a car together for my wife. She said she's tired of just watching me, I guess she wants to outrun me. lol.

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I too was there with my 90 GT. Blue with a Black unpainted Boss hood. Just made the Friday gamblers race, went 3 rounds and just missed the money, All that with NO time trial. Then Saturday, I made the first round of money, but had troubles down the track. Sunday I went 008 red and after moving my seat, I missed 2nd gear , but I think I found a problem in my suspension.

I'm planning on going to the 10K nationals instead of the Ford race at National Trail. Not that I wouldn't love to go down there, but the money is so much better at the 10K race. haha. Would love to find a crew to travel around with to all the races.

Norwalk has always had one of the best tracks as well as one of the best run facilities. You always know what class you follow unlike other tracks (QC). I think though the car count was a little low (probably due to our great economy) the event was awesome. We did get pleanty of rounds in and they worked around the weather and had the track ready as quickly as they could. And the track surface was good every time.

I will always go to Norwalk for this even as it is one of the best events at one of the best tracks around. If you missed it, you missed a good one.
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A quick vid of the mercury http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7IC73rYSGM

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I too was there with my 90 GT. Blue with a Black unpainted Boss hood. Just made the Friday gamblers race, went 3 rounds and just missed the money, All that with NO time trial. Then Saturday, I made the first round of money, but had troubles down the track. Sunday I went 008 red and after moving my seat, I missed 2nd gear , but I think I found a problem in my suspension.

I'm planning on going to the 10K nationals instead of the Ford race at National Trail. Not that I wouldn't love to go down there, but the money is so much better at the 10K race. haha. Would love to find a crew to travel around with to all the races.

Norwalk has always had one of the best tracks as well as one of the best run facilities. You always know what class you follow unlike other tracks (QC). I think though the car count was a little low (probably due to our great economy) the event was awesome. We did get pleanty of rounds in and they worked around the weather and had the track ready as quickly as they could. And the track surface was good every time.

I will always go to Norwalk for this even as it is one of the best events at one of the best tracks around. If you missed it, you missed a good one.
Yeah, I just made it in time for the gamblers race, went 12.43 on a 12.41 dial-in with a .033 R/T...and lost to a guy they called "curly fry" in a tubbed 65 falcon. He went 9.96 on a 9.96 dial-in, just my luck. lol.

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I went to see my friend, biminiLX & his brother Josh run their cars. Besides the typical Ohio mid-summer rain rolling through, it was a good event. Norwalk is an awesome facility. I like it better than Rt.66.

Here's a pic of biminiLX's car leaving the line on a good pass.



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Lot's of nice cars new & old. I'd say it was a successful first Fords at Summit event.
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damn I didnt know so many of "us" were up there! We should coordinate this better next year. We were lookin for some others to hang/party with fri and sat

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what does this car run, what exhaust and what size wheel/tire combo in the rear?


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"Anybody see a '95 mustang ( tubbed car) blow it's rearend all over the starting line?'

I saw it too. Felt bad for him, he spent some money on that pass.
Nick was using some stock stuff and parts. The new stuff is ordered now, I believe all from Moser.

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Hey NosDog3, was this the F150 you were talking about ?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRLi9HSjzvE

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Thats the one!! LMAO Ill have to show her this

I should have some pics tomorrow. Heres two vids my cousing took. Not the best quality but who cares, its Norwalk lol. Of course no one got my 10.6 run...

This run was the 2nd run on the bottle and back in the 10s

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This run is the 3rd pass back on the bottle right before the 10.6...

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Whats that thing run just on motor? ^^ It sure is badass.

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We went 11.8 earlier this year NA but I think I can get it to a high 11.6 or so. We had the blower bolted on, the carb jetted and the plug gapped for the blower. But I can only claim 11.8 lol

Heres one of the launch pics (the tuned by ear caption is a joke that my buddy sent the pic back with)


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Where did you get that pic? ^^^ I can't seem to find a link to get one. BTW, that's one helluva launch.

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its the ones they were selling in the staging lanes and my buddy scanned it for me

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what does this car run, what exhaust and what size wheel/tire combo in the rear?

I've posted pics of it a few times but it went 10.40 on a 100 shot this event, 18x10 Bullitts and 305/35/18 MTs.
Nice pic Mark, I owe you a beer for taking that one man

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biminilx-nice! what size are those tail pipes, any rubbing issues?

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