Hickey hoodwinked on Alberni track

The dust was flying Aug. 27–28 with the Alberni Motorsports Park 4X4 races.

Carol Laverdure of Campbell River catches some air on the offroad track

The dust was flying Aug. 27–28 with the Alberni Motorsports Park 4X4 races.

The race was without serious incident until the main event on Sunday when Darryl Hickey’s hood took flight and covered up his windshield. Not being able to see didn’t work in this race and so he had to pull over.

Raymond Lover came back strong after last month’s blown gasket, looking like he’s still in the running.

If you want to find out how this ends, the next and final races of the 2011 season will be Saturday, Sept. 24 at 1 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 25 at noon.

The results of the two-day event:

Ladies Obstacle

1-Carol Laverdure

2-Elaine Ranger

Buggy Obstacle

1-David Winterburn

Short Obstacle

1-Todd Nyhuus

2-Gary Scheley

3-Darryl Hickey

Long Obstacle

1-Raymond Lover

2-John Nyhuus

3-Dave Hamilton

Quad Obstacle

1-Dave Hamilton

2-Tom Verbrugge

3-Craig Mitchell

Team Relay

1-John Nyhuus, Dave Hamilton and Raymond Lover

2-Brendyn Deederly, Darryl Johnson and Todd Nyhuus

3-Darryl Hickey, Gary Scheley and Dave Winterburn

Street Legal Drags

1-Pete Marchant

2-Todd Nyhuus

Buggy Drags

1-David Winterburn

2-James Wright

3-Darren Cithy

Quad Drags

1-Jerry Hovind

2-Tom Verbrugge

3-Dave Hamilton

Street/Trail B

1-Elaine Ranger

2-Ryan Deederly

3-John Nyhuus

Comp/Mod C

1-Marty Deederly

2-Carol Laverdure

Comp/Mod B

1-Marty Deederrly

2-Raymond Lover

3-Todd Nyhuus

X Class

1-Al Rowlison

2-Gary Scheley

Ladies W-W

1-Carol Laverdure

2-Elaine Ranger

3-Kylie Laverdure

Sportsman W-W

1-Dave Winterburn

2-Jim Wright

3-Darren Cithy

Heavy Metal W-W

1-Raymond Lover

2-John Nyhuus

3-Darryl Johnson

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