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Old 01-20-2011, 09:34 PM   #31
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Old 01-21-2011, 05:34 AM   #32
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John. We won't be at the race this weekend, as Haley needs to work on her grades it seems. You guys have a great time and be safe !!!
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from last weekend. The Coyote HS.

This race's report takes place up in Brooksville,Fl at the Mondon Hill property. This is our "home" race as we are both member's of Suncoast Trailblazer's. The property is very different from most in that being an old mining site it offers many elevation changes and a chances to ride in some clay vs. sand. The course for Sat afternoon was 10 miles.
Sat dawned with guarded optimism. Haley is riding on a familiar course so confidence should be high, but racing it is another story and anything can happen. Having her grandparents and a friend from school there for the first time gave her more determination to do well...."Beep"
Haley was off into the first corner and not last which is good. She ended up following someone off course on the slag pile as a barrier had been knocked down and some confusion ensued. Lesson learned on following the course and not relying on the rider in front to know the right way.
Apparently at some point on the course she was pitched off the bike in front of the paramedics. She said she saw stars as they ran up and said they were going to call it in. She asked them if she could just sit there a bit and collect her self. He asked "How many fingers am I holding up?"..."3" was her correct answer and they cautiously let her continue with the advice of "take it easy out there!". Glad to hear the EMT's were there to help and she toughed it out and continued on. I followed her for a few miles on her 2nd lap through the ravine and out to the field. She looked like she was having fun!
Haley ended up doing 2 laps and to quote "I only wrecked 3 times " so she seemed happy with that. Her grandparents were very impressed with what a she accomplished and the whole FTR in general. I think her friend also had a few stories to share at school on Monday, including her first experience using a port-a-potty.

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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 169G Haley Schell Honda Odessa, FL 50 0 2 1:19:33



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HS#11....FTR Benefit HS

An area near Lake Okeechobee is the location for this race's report. The terrain is flat as you might imagine with some sand, mud( I'll get to that part later) palm trees and open fields thrown in. The Palm Beach Track and Trail club is the hosts for this event as all the proceeds go the the Florida Trail Riders org. PBT&T club was one of the first off-road clubs to call Florida home in the early sixties. They disappeared for many years but now local riders are trying to get it started again and hosting this event was their re-introduction to the FTR family. Course was 7 miles on Sat and 11 on Sunday.
Our Junior girls racer is currently on the sideline due to her grades. Missing 2 races has been hard for her but Haley has been re-motivated to do the work necessary to get back on the track. She did volunteer to work with the pee-wee races and had a great time and made some new friends.
My race started off well. I was 4th out of 24 going into the first set of corners.



We wound back and forth across an open field for 3/4's of a mile before we dove into the woods. I managed to pass Dave Davis (48C) just before the tight stuff so now I'm up to third. I simply can't run the pace of the top couple of guys as Robert Downs (172C) goes by and I settle into 4th place at the end of the first lap. I came up on a straggler early in the 2nd lap and I made the mistake of taking too long to pass him. This let Dave (48C) close back up on me. I can hear him, but I'm not making a mistake in the tight brush.



I know it's hard to pass in this stuff, and the roosting of my 300 help keep him at bay when the course would open back up. There were a few mud holes scattered through out the course. If you were smart and skirted the edges you could make your way around, albeit slowly. For some reason, I'm not sure why exactly, as we came up on one in particular I saw a set of tracks through the middle and went for it. A course worker saw my attempt and gave me the universal "twisting of the throttle to the stops" motion and I reacted with a fist full and dropped into the blackness..

and this where I come to a screeching halt. The throttle stayed pinned but the fact I had now buried the bike up to the foot pegs brought about a feeling of fear and anger at myself. I knew better than this, but here I am I hopped of the bike and tried to push the bike forward while gassing it but nothing was moving...I was stuck. I attempted to pull the back end of the bike up but it wouldn't come up. Here is where my mud hole guardian's jump in. I managed to plead "I'm in 4th place guys can you please help" as one guy helped me get the back end up and onto firmer mud. I then tried to start the bike but every time I kicked down my foot would slip off the kick starter as my left leg is also buried . Several stabs later I was humbled to ask if one of them could get their longer legs over the top and get it stared. I managed to stagger off finally with the wheels rolling but out of energy. If I've learned one thing racing is you have to recover on the fly. I knew every second i was sitting still, I was losing ground and guys behind me were gaining it. I spent the reat of the lap trying to get my energy back as i rolled through the chicane in 6th. I had lost 2 positions while mired in the mud, but it could have been waaaay worse without that help.



I wasn't too excited about the 3rd lap...I'm exhausted. I guess the cold I had early in the week wasn't helping any either. As I passed by the infamous mud hole again I shouted to the worker's "I learned my lesson the last time" as they laughed and I took the smarter way around.
Towards the end of the lap 20c (Charles Nix) came by me and i had nothing for him. I rolled through the scoring chicane for 7th place. I wasn't too happy with that, but it could have been way worse. I'm really excited about the next race as I know if I can cut down on the big mistakes I'll be back in the battle for wood !!!

Video of first lap from Master A riders perspective. (Tim Missimer)
http://www.blip.tv/file/4734373

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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 21C Jorge Colon 105354 KTM Orlando, FL 50 10 3 1:34:56
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2 631C Robert Branagh Honda Palm Bay, FL 47 5 3 1:36:00
3 18C Vernon Hackett 223505 KTM Port St Lucie, FL 45 4 3 1:36:30
4 172C Robert Downs Kawasaki Sebastian, FL 43 3 3 1:36:52
5 48C David Davis 854296 KTM Lake City, FL 41 2 3 1:37:09
6 20C Charles Nix KTM Inverness, FL 40 0 3 1:38:37
7 117C Troy Stainbrook KTM Odessa, FL 39 0 3 1:39:17
8 196C Mark Zaremskas 505078 KTM Eustis, FL 38 0 3 1:39:34
9 677C Oris (Don) Combee Yamaha Ft Meade, FL 37 0 3 1:39:59
10 38C Mark Boris KTM Lake City, FL 36 0 3 1:40:22
11 325C Frank Gamperl Yamaha Deerfield Beach, FL 35 0 3 1:40:35
12 15C Kevin Vaughan KTM North Port, FL 34 0 3 1:40:57
13 7C Adam Schmitt KTM Naples, FL 33 0 3 1:41:49
14 919C Randy Bolen 987702 Kawasaki San Mateo, FL 32 0 3 1:44:18
15 715C Brett Chase 743982 Honda Melbourne, FL 31 0 3 1:45:45
16 921C Brad Risser 944743 Suzuki N Palm Beach, FL 30 0 3 1:47:02
17 42C Brenton Teixeira KTM Key West, FL 29 0 3 1:54:39
18 251C Mike Warm 206868 Kawasaki Sarasota, FL 28 0 3 1:56:28
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19 369C Dan Thaler KTM Deerfield Beach, FL 27 0 3 1:57:27
20 25C Harold Fletcher Yamaha Ft Lauderdale, FL 26 0 3 1:59:24
21 1C Ouri Kahn Yamaha Weston, FL 25 0 2 1:13:37
22 234C Erik Hjortaas KTM , FL 8 0 1 0:34:43
23 704C David Sommers Honda St Petersberg, FL 8 0 1 0:42:58
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Old 03-22-2011, 11:21 AM   #35
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HS#11....Sand Slinger Legacy HS

I really need to do these closer to when the race happened..

This race report takes us to Ona,Fl and the hosting club is the Sarasota Area Dirt Riders Assoc. (SADRA) The property is a mix sand, woods, peat bogs, and a few creek crossings. Sat loop was 7.5 miles and Sunday 10.5. There were some areas of concern after Sunday's practice lap but the club was able to reroute quickly.
Haley race went well. She was 4 minutes slower than the leader(Zoe) the first lap and 5 the next, but she's racing the course and working the whole time. With 3 more years in this class she is excited about getting better. Since this race we've pulled arrows on an Enduro course, took some instruction at Sunshine mx track and rode many hours at Croom so stuff is starting to stick and making the honor roll for the first time this quarter takes some pressure off! She made the comment she saw Glenn on the course so was quick to stand up for the photo..ha!

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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 5G Zoe Steindl KTM Sanford, FL 50 0 4 1:22:23
2 169G Haley Schell Honda Odessa, FL 47 0 3 1:14:55








After the practice lap I was really looking forward to this course. There were some open areas I was looking forward to letting the 300 run and the track was a great mix of things I liked. I even parked my bike next to Dave Davis(#48) in the hopes I could try and get a tow off of him into the first corner..ha!
The horn blew and I made my first mistake. As I threw my leg over the seat to give it a kick I was looking forward at the same time. Haley (who was holding my bike) was nice enough to tell me that's why I didn't get a good stroke on the kick starter and why it took 2 kicks to get going...thanks honey: I'm about 7th/8th going into the first corner and played follow the leader the first mile. No where real easy to pass, but I'm finally able to take a tighter inside line on a sweeping corner and make a pass on 20C so I'm up a spot.



Just as we head out on to a high speed area I have a strange sensation. My bike had turned into a rocking horse, and i can't figure out why. After pulling over, it's quite obvious..





That's the worse feeling watching everyone stream by as you sit there. I went back and watched the rest of the race from a different perspective...the sidelines. It could have been worse ..I could have broke and not the bike. I'm now armed with a new sub-frame, a Weight Watchers points calculator, and the feeling I've got some unfinished business...see you in Okeechobee!

Video of first lap..guy in my class.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7RcrcysCgY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTMSt0oXyKk

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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 18C Vernon Hackett 223505 KTM Port St Lucie, FL 50 10 4 1:48:00
2 520C Sam Jarczynski Honda Safety Harbor, FL 47 5 4 1:50:29
3 325C Frank Gamperl Yamaha Deerfield Beach, FL 45 4 4 1:51:24
4 48C David Davis 854296 KTM Lake City, FL 43 3 4 1:52:05
5 196C Mark Zaremskas 505078 KTM Eustis, FL 41 2 4 1:53:22
6 21C Jorge Colon 105354 KTM Orlando, FL 40 0 4 1:53:37
7 20C Charles Nix KTM Inverness, FL 39 0 4 1:53:39
8 919C Randy Bolen 987702 Kawasaki San Mateo, FL 38 0 4 1:59:04
9 38C Mark Boris KTM Lake City, FL 37 0 4 1:59:12
10 677C Oris (Don) Combee Yamaha Ft Meade, FL 36 0 3 1:25:48
11 12C Steve Ostergard Husaberg , FL 35 0 3 1:31:34
12 26C Robert Ryan 941623 Yamaha Lake Mary, FL 34 0 3 1:31:39
13 251C Mike Warm 206868 Kawasaki Sarasota, FL 33 0 3 1:34:02
14 369C Dan Thaler KTM Deerfield Beach, FL 32 0 3 1:37:29
15 869C Dave Edwards Suzuki , FL 31 0 3 1:39:35
DNF 117C Troy Stainbrook KTM Odessa, FL 0 0 0 0:00:0

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HS12..Razorback II

Last weekend we headed back down south to Okeechobee for the Razorback II HS presented by SEFTR. The course consisted of sand, palmetto roots, and more sand. There were no elevation changes or water/mud crossings. Sat course was 6 miles and Sunday was 11 or so.
Haley had an eventful day. It started with the practice lap as we waited and waited for to come out of the woods.Eventually she slowly rolls in with a bit of a technical issue. Seems someone ran into her while navigating some palmetto's and the subsequent fall had wrapped her shifter all the way around backwards to the foot peg. 1st gear was what was available so made for a long frustrating loop. I shut-off her gas, laid the bike down and attempted to straighten it back, with the inevitable "snap" as it was now in 2 places. I managed to find one for a 450 at Atlantic Motorsports that worked...disaster averted. The next moment was at the starting line as we wondered" Where is Haley?". Seemed she didn't remember I had laid the bike down so she needed to treat it like it was flooded when starting it. After a mad dash to change the plug by fellow SCTB member's she made it in time for the start. One kick..2 kicks..drop into gear and she's off .
She rolled through the chicane for the first lap with a less than enthusiastic body language. The 2nd lap was a frustrating one as she dumped the bike and couldn't get it restarted. Amanda Richardson who was working the event was nice enough to stop and help Haley get going, but survival was the only thing on her mind. She rolled through to make 2 laps, and hours later was wishing she could race it again to get a better finish. She was the only Junior girl there this race so 1st place was hers, but I'm glad she still is not satisfied. After riding the course on Sunday I'm proud of her for doing 2 laps...tough stuff.

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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 169G Haley Schell Honda Odessa, FL 50 0 2 1:11:48




The bike started in 1 kick so I had a good run at the first corner. As we headed for the 1st double green a rider in front of me blew the greens and had to circle around (21C Jorge Colon) so that put me 3rd out of 12. I was behind (196C) Mark Zaremskas. I started having some fun by yelling "I'm coming Mark. I'm gonna get you" at him as we wove through the woods. I need to use all the tools at my disposal to pass these guys.fight5 Eventually Mark made a mistake and I slide on by, so I'm in 2nd. Another few miles and Jorge (The guy who blew the double greens) comes banzai-ing past me with branches sticking out of his bike and the look of a man on a mission ("cough"..sandbagger.."cough") so I'm 3rd. This race I told my self I wasn't going to make the big mistake. After burying the bike in the bushes at Apollo and the mud hole at the benefit I was going to ride within my limits. My old KTM turns like a tractor and all those deep sand corner's are causing me fits. 3/4's of the way through the first lap on a long run of sand whoops a Yamaha passed me (325C Frank Gamperl) so I'm 4th as we roll through the chicane.



I was worried after the practice lap as I thought it had cost me too much energy. The course was tough, sandy, and the temp was coming up.To be in 4th at this point was better than I expected. Soon after I managed to lose the tip to my camelbak. As the water was running down my leg I tried to drink as much as I could and hope for the best. I'm tired, and dropping the bike 3 times on the 2nd lap just proves that to me. I'm leaning up on the bars and hoping every time I hang a right that it's the corner that leads out to the finish. I'm really worried that if I drop it again that's it. Then I see the checker's !!!



I ended up 4th on a course I just wanted to survive and brought home some wood, so I'm happy. The bike and I made it through in one piece and we're looking forward to firmer ground at Gatorback!!

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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 21C Jorge Colon 105354 KTM Orlando, FL 50 10 2 1:21:00
2 325C Frank Gamperl Yamaha Deerfield Beach, FL 47 5 2 1:22:17
3 18C Vernon Hackett 223505 KTM Port St Lucie, FL 45 4 2 1:24:05
4 117C Troy Stainbrook KTM Odessa, FL 43 3 2 1:27:04
5 196C Mark Zaremskas 505078 KTM Eustis, FL 41 2 2 1:27:39
6 46C Troy Lashon 822142 KTM Jupiter, FL 40 0 2 1:35:39
7 15C Kevin Vaughan KTM North Port, FL 39 0 2 1:36:47
8 42C Brenton Teixeira KTM Key West, FL 38 0 2 1:44:33
9 26C Robert Ryan 941623 Yamaha Lake Mary, FL 37 0 1 0:44:16
10 1C Ouri Kahn Yamaha Weston, FL 36 0 1 0:46:24
11 753C Erik Barr Honda , FL 35 0 1 0:47:54
12 25C Harold Fletcher Yamaha Ft Lauderdale, FL 34 0 1 0:54:18
DNF 2C Paul Michel Roque KTM Fort Lauderdale, FL 0 0 0 0:00:00
DNF 369C Dan Thaler KTM Deerfield Beach, FL 0 0 0 0:00:00

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Thanks. These back-to-back races are tough on us old guys..

here is a photo how your suppose to take those sand whoops..

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It was a pleasure to meet you and your daughter Haley at the Razorback. It's only the second Race I have ever attended and the first in which i was able to ride the course and see what it's like (via the Saturday "FUN RUN"). What a damn tough course that was ! Hats off to all who survived.

Great report. Look forward to more in the future.

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Hey T-Bone and Haley,
Always enjoy your race report Troy. Good job on 4th without a camelback, I certainly couldnt have done more than one lap without fluids.
Good luck at Gatorback.
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HS#13 Gatorback HS

The race venue for HS#13 is the Gatorback motocross/supercross track and neighboring woods. The club (Big Scrub Trail Riders) was unable to use the mining area that they usually incorporate into their course but managed to eek out a 8.5 mile course that ended up being just as fun. The Sat course was 6 miles.
Haley and I are both new to the MX portions of the course. Taking a lesson at Sunshine MX track a few weeks ago helped ease some of the fear, but there's no experience like racing it. Haley race started well as she wasn't last into the first corner and due to Zoe (5G) spinning out on the mx course she had the lead for a bit. The first lap was uneventful as she was 1 minute behind the leader. 2nd lap she had an issue with an off-camber hill with a tree involved that required a re-do. She became more comfortable with the MX track over the last few laps which led to much fun on course. When the checker's came out she had done 4 laps with no major issues and her confidence definitely benefited.

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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 5G Zoe Steindl Nacs Sanford, FL 50 0 5 1:21:04
2 169G Haley Schell Honda Odessa, FL 47 0 4 1:15:40



I'm up next. 18 riders in our line and a whole bunch of MX jumps in my future...yikes! I'm around 5th going into the first corner as the group of us struggle for traction and a way around the guy in front of us. A rider doubles a set of jumps and gets by along with a rider heading up out of the track. I pass 2 guys on the gas as we head into the first woods section so it's give and take at this point. It's got some whoops but nothing that really bad. I'm just trying to survive the first pass through the mx/sx sections as there are more places to make up time in the woods. A course like this doesn't have a bunch of opportunities to relax and my arms are feeling it. There are several off-camber hill climbs and descents as well as a butt-puckering hard/easy split. The easy way costs you aprox. 15-20 seconds but the hard requires a straight down drop that once you do it once isn't so bad, it's just the first time that puts your heart in your throat. At the end of the first lap I'm 7th.
On my 2nd lap my arm pump seems to get worse. At one point there are 4 of us within 20 ft of each other rolling over the sx jumps but no obvious way to make a pass. Adam Nix (20C) goes by as well as Eric Frendak (510C) back in the woods. I'm in 9th at the end of 2nd lap, and not feeling too racey. Then things turn around.
I'm starting to feel my hands again and getting in the groove. After a while I see Adam (20C) coming back to me.I manage to pass him at the SX track, but soon he's back by in the woods. There is a lapped rider holding us up but I haven't heard Adam hollering at him yet. I take the inside line on a uphill right hander and get Adam back as well as a chance to holler at the straggler who is nice enough to move over. At this point I'm having a blast! Granted I wasn't thrilled with my place at the moment, but the back and forth battle Adam and I would have over the next 2 laps made up for it in spades. bikeh
We roll through to end the 3rd lap nose-to tail. I made a mistake on the MX track and Adam puts some distance on me. I see him ahead at the SX track and I think" There's no way I'm going to catch him". All I can do is ride hard and hope to make it up. Soon enough he's in front of me and I yell "I'm back" as we head into the hilly sections. He took the line I used passing him on the lap before, so now I decide to just sit behind him, bide my time and wait. I see Eric (510C) up ahead who passed me earlier picking his bike up and I mange to follow Adam by and keep the heat on. He'd make time in spots only to let me get it aback in other's. There's a 150yd long stretch of sand whoops before we dump back into the MX track and Adam pulls a gap. My only hope at this point is to shadow him on the track and hope for a mistake. The corners are the place to be as he continues to take the inside line and I'm forced to try the outside where it's dry and slick. If it had been the difference between wood or not I might have pressed the issue more., but it was for 6-7th place, plus we had had so much fun up to that point why spoil it. I rolled through the chicane right behind him and had to let out a holler...what a blast! We'll see you at Chipley.

side note: I was 30 seconds faster each lap...just need to eliminate that arm pump!



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Place # Name AMA # Brand City, State Point Adv Laps Elapsed
1 21C Jorge Colon 105354 KTM Orlando, FL 50 10 4 1:48:52
2 196C Mark Zaremskas 505078 KTM Eustis, FL 47 5 4 1:49:03
3 325C Frank Gamperl Yamaha Deerfield Beach, FL 45 4 4 1:49:39
4 520C Sam Jarczynski Honda Safety Harbor, FL 43 3 4 1:50:09
5 48C David Davis 854296 KTM Lake City, FL 41 2 4 1:52:25
6 20C Charles Nix KTM Inverness, FL 40 0 4 1:52:43
7 117C Troy Stainbrook KTM Odessa, FL 39 0 4 1:52:48
8 510C Eric Frendak 865855 KTM Windermere, FL 38 0 4 1:54:37
9 214C Stacy McCullough 234694 Kawasaki Lake Placid, FL 37 0 4 1:54:50
10 15C Kevin Vaughan KTM North Port, FL 36 0 4 1:55:19
11 41C Eric Sanders 846487 KTM Gainesville, FL 35 0 4 1:55:20
12 716C Jerry Bentley 108764 Yamaha Tallahassee, FL 34 0 4 1:56:24
13 828C Mike Hunter 744142 Honda Middleburg, FL 33 0 4 1:58:21
14 38C Mark Boris KTM Lake City, FL 32 0 3 1:29:02
15 919C Randy Bolen 987702 Kawasaki San Mateo, FL 31 0 3 1:32:55
16 26C Robert Ryan 941623 Yamaha Lake Mary, FL 30 0 3 1:33:43
17 251C Mike Warm 206868 Kawasaki Sarasota, FL 29 0 3 1:36:07
18 715C Brett Chase 743982 Honda Melbourne, FL 28 0 3 1:37:43
19 333C Bill Pitts 110733 Yamaha Orlando, FL 27 0 3 1:39:35
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