GS had 8 drivers pushing hard, which drove #123 Brent Vander Werf, in the 2017 Volkswagen GTI to lay down a 57.577, claiming the top spot for GS. When this run was converted to a PAX time, that gave Brent the overall fastest PAX of the day with a time of 45.716. Not too far behind Brett was his co-driver, #23 John Rappa, in second place with a 58.425.
Pro class had 10 drivers. Brian Kuehl in the STS #42 1988 Honda CRX took first place in PRO with his PAX time of 46.080. Not far behind him was his co-driver, Derek White, in second with a 46.213 and in third, Rachel Baker, in the AS #35 2015 Porsche Cayman S with a 46.628.
STS was another competitive class with 8 drivers all working to put down a fast lap. In first place was #67 Brian Levesque, in the 1991 Honda Civic with a 57.005. Close behind, in second place was #194 Brandon Dryer in the1991 Honda Civic Si with a 57.540.
Novices Came Out
By far our largest class today was our novices, with 13 drivers in attendance. You have to give a lot of credit to the NER staff for the support they provide novice drivers. Each driver saw improvements in their time throughout the day despite the rain. Click the link at the bottom for all the results. Last but not least, on behalf of all drivers I’d like to say thank you to the NER staff for a well-run event despite the adverse conditions. All our #funwithcars would not be possible with all your hard work and dedication.