Off road racers on track in Alberni

Island Offroad Racing continues its summer series with two days of racing this Saturday, Sept. 7 and Sunday, Sept. 8 at Woodwards Pit.

An offroad racer gets some air in the back 40 during a July event at Woodwards Pit.

Island Offroad Racing continues its summer series with two days of racing this Saturday, Sept. 7 and Sunday, Sept. 8 at Woodwards Pit.

This is the second-to-last weekend event of the 2013 season.

Following are the results from the July 27–28 weekend:

Men’s obstacle short wheelbase — 1 Warren Johnson,  2 Ryan Deederly, 3 Tyler Cornhill.

Long wheelbase — 1 John Nyhuus, 2 Dave Hamilton, 3 Kyle Sanders.

Ladies obstacle — 1 Carol Laverdure, 2 Elaine Ranger, 3 Kristen Stephens.

Team relay — 1 John Nyhuus, Marty Deederly, Dave Hamilton; 2 Ryan Deederly, Arnie Henslow, Lawrence Ranger; 3 Pete Danneburg, Ray Lover, Darryl Hickey. Street legal drags— 1 Branden Antonichuk, 2 Ryan Deederly, 3 Steve Kurath.

Ladies drags — 1 Carol Laverdure, 2 Elaine Ranger. Buggy drags — 1 Arnie Henslow, 2 Bruce Duck, 3 Lucas Filmor. Quad drags — 1 Tom Verbrugge, 2 Craig Mitchell, 3 Dave Hamilton.

Street and trail C — 1 Warren Johnson, 2 Pete Danneburg, 3 Steve Kurath. Street and trail B — 1 John Nyhuus, 2 Lawrence Ranger, 3 Warren Johnson.

Comp mod drags — 1 Ray Lover, 2 Dave Hamilton, 3 Warren Johnson. Sportsman wheel to wheel — 1 Kyle Sanders, 2 Elaine Ranger, 3 Steve Kurath. Buggy wheel to wheel — 1 Arnie Henslow, 2 Lucas Filmor. Heavy metal wheel to wheel — 1 Warren Johnson, 2 John Nyhuus, 3 Tyler Cornhill.

For directions and more info on the racing club, go online to www.islandoffroadracing.ca.

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