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Old 01-06-2016, 08:06 PM   #1
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Optima Batteries - Ultimate Street Car Event - NJMP - May 21-22, 2016

I think this is the best sub-forum to post this on.


Anyone interested in going to (or participating in) the 2016 Optima Batteries Search for the Ultimate Street Car event this upcoming MAY 21-22 at NJMP (New Jersey Motorsports Park, in Millville NJ)

The optima event is growing each year, and if you have ever read a few issues of Hot Rod mag, Car Craft, Super Chevy, etc you have seen some type of coverage of this event. This is the first year that the event has come anywhere near NJ as far as I can tell.

a few basic links so I dont have to describe all the details of the event:


https://www.optimabatteries.com/en-u...-car-schedule/

https://www.facebook.com/DriveUSCA/

http://www.hotrod.com/events/1502-20...car-challenge/


I'm really seriously considering participating in the event just as a 1 day of events, not the 2 day, in the novice GTV class. Event is rain or shine. I'll actually be at NJMP the weekend before for the 24 Hours of Lemons event, but not racing, only crew cheifing my team.


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https://clubregistration.net/events/...cfm/event/7055



RULES:

http://driveusca.com/wp-content/uplo..._v10_final.pdf

http://driveusca.com/

Weekend Schedue:
http://driveusca.com/wp-content/uplo...t-schedule.pdf
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OOOOO.. Sounds like fun! What to bring, what to bring...
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Guess its time to rob a bank and thrash every spare hour I've got on that 84.... Larry, you know damn well what you'll be bringing. Though, not sure if you've got anything in the wings...

Maybe I'll get down there to watch at least.
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NJMP just added this event to their Events Calendar on their website. Its a rain or shine event.



Weekend Schedule can be seen here:


http://driveusca.com/wp-content/uplo...t-schedule.pdf


Not sure about the best lodging. I guess that would be for each person to decide for themselves. I know there are rooms available at the track, but sometimes they allow camping (as in using an RV or a tent). I camped in a tent there last year during 24 hours of LeMons and will be doing the tent thing again this year for the LeMons event. (which is the weekend prior to this event in May).
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Old 05-11-2016, 07:12 AM   #5
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just FYI this is next weekend. anyone else but me and PolarBear going to be there ?
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Old 05-11-2016, 08:19 AM   #6
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I plan on spectating
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I'll be there, trying to snap photos & videos of everyone on the track. This is the furthest Northeast the series has ever run. We've had some feedback from folks in the Northeast, that they'd like an event closer to their region. Given the physical requirements we need from venues, the size of our fields and pre-existing schedules, we're somewhat limited in where we can run. We're hoping to have a strong turnout here, so we can justify scheduling more events in the that part of the country.



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I will be in the AACA carshow saturday with my red 67Z
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just FYI this is next weekend. anyone else but me and PolarBear going to be there ?
Yes I will be going. Pm me if you want to meet up.
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ok, sorry that it has taken me so long to write all of this down and post it up here.. I have just been busy... but:



I'll do a short version for those who just want the quick run down, and down below I'll do a longer detailed recap


Short version: I competed in the USCA (Ultimate Street Car Association) event last weekend at NJMP (New Jersey Motorsports Park). It is an event that has been going on nationwide for years now and this is the first time it has come anywhere even close to NJ. There are 10 events in 2016 and the winners from each event get to compete against the winners of the other events in the Finals which is in Las Vegas in the fall. All 10 (plus the finals) will be televised with a 1 hour showing of each event on MAVtv late summertime. There is also usually a ton of internet coverage too, as this event brings out some of the best pro-touring, g-machine, street beast cars in the nation. I signed up as a novice since I have never done road-course racing or autocross. The car was put in the GTV class out of the 4 classes. I drove the car to the event in Millville (3 hrs south) with all the gear I assumed I would need loaded inside the car. I did not have a trailer so I packed my tent, jack, jack stands, tons of hand tools, sleeping bag, clothes, food, etc all in the car. When I got there I was blown away that I was even able to be involved with cars of this caliber. Saturday we ran the autocross course all day and also had the design and engineering judging panel. It rained HARD from noon on... despite that we had to do a "canonball run" type road rally where we had to leave the racetrack property and drive to a destination we only found out about minutes earlier. We were told to drive all the way to Wildwood NJ beach and had to get a photo in front of the WILDWOOD sign and be back in a specific time; despite POURING rain, with most of the cars in the group on race tires with slammed out performance suspension setups. I think almost everyone made it, some didn't and got a DNQ. Sunday morning after the driver's meeting we ran some practice laps on the actual racecourse (the Lightning track). A pro driver track instructor came along with me and taught me a billion things in those three laps which totally helped me out. Ran a bunch of laps in 3 out of the 5 hot-lap race sessions for my specific Novice class. Had a pesky electrical gremlin preventing me from laying down my best lap times, but had a freakin blast. In between these hot lap sessions we had another event to compete in: the speed-stop. basically launch, navigate a coned off course and come to a complete stop in the stop-box, for time. I did well and could have gone harder at it too, but just the same as Saturday... rain come down and kinda hindered me running the car balls out. I called it quits, packed up all my gear, my soaking wet tent and tools in the back of the camaro. They had the awards ceremony and definitely some super pro drivers with badass cars won their class awards. Then I drove the 3 hours home, a smile on my face 10 miles wide... despite half the trip being in traffic an the rain. Parked the car, kissed the wife, had a snack, and unloaded all the (wet) gear from the car. BY FAR.. THIS WAS THE GREATEST CAR EVENT/EXPREIENCE I HAVE EVER BEEN A PART OF.. possibly even my greatest life experience of all time.

((The L-O-N-G version will be below all of these links)))
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- Link to my photo album of photos I took during the event:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/123927...57668883451356

- Link to the Super Chevy Magazine event coverage:
http://www.superchevy.com/events/160...orsports-park/


- Link for NJ event writeup on Lateral-G website. (bad-ass website to browse too)
http://lateral-g.net/optima-ultimate...w-jersey-2016/


- VERY good writeup about this NJ event (below the photo you have to click the text "read more" to get the full article writeup
http://mylifeatspeed.com/category/op...te-street-car/

- Typical USCA weekend scheulde:
http://driveusca.com/wp-content/uplo...t-schedule.pdf

- Link to all 1 hour episodes that were on TV in 2015
https://lucasoilracing.tv/shows/optima/

-Link to the BADASS blue chevelle that was in my class . phenominal:
http://www.greatcarnews.com/one-car-garage-wonder/

- Web photo of my car:
http://image.superchevy.com/f/104536...gen-camaro.jpg
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https://scontent-ord1-1.xx.fbcdn.net...07&oe=57D61203
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http://lateral-g.net/optima-ultimate...carousel-23717



As I said above, there will be a 1 hour TV special on MAVtv in a few months; it is a pay-extra tv channel for most cable providers.. however just a few months after it is on live TV, it will be posted up for ANYONE to view for free on that lucasoilracing.tv link I posted above. That is free, but prob not uploaded until mid fall. Also, these events usually get 2-3 pages of actual paper-print magazine coverage, so it should be in an upcoming issue of Super Chevy Mag and/or Popular Hot Rodding Mag.
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Ok, now for the LONG VERSION.. if anyone cares!

So initially when I had found out that the Optima USCA event was coming to NJ for the first time in the event's short history, I knew I had to go.. and planned on just spectating. After a while, I figured this would be a whole lot funner to compete in it. I got registered months beforehand and spent a lot of time getting the car ready for the 2016 car show season as well as bolting up a whole bunch of speed parts like I do every winter. Before you know it, the event weekend was here.

Since I am low budget and do not have a enclosed trailer, I had decided to drive the car to the event (3hrs south to the bottom of south-western NJ). I had loaded up all sorts of tools, floor jack, jack stands, tent, sleeping bag, clothes, some food, more gear, a full tank of Nitrous-oxide, a spare wheel, etc. Made the drive to the track without a problem. When I pulled in around 3:30pm on Friday, it hit me; how awesome this was going to be. (I had just been down to NJMP the previous weekend for the 24 hours of LeMons event, but this was going to be very different). I unloaded the gear from the car, setup my tent, sorted out my gear and then brought the car over to the tech area where it passed. I was given the required event sponsor decals, so I spent about an hour putting them on the car, and talking to a a bunch of the other drivers who had arrived Friday. I took photos too, see the link to the flickr album. Also.. this weekend (Fri and Saturday) we shared the track/paddock with some NASA racers and with teams from the Champ Tuck world series. NASA cars are purpose built racecars, and champ trucks are big 12,000 pound diesel rigs converted to race. It is a blast to watch these huge machines tearing up the track!

Woke up Saturday morning for the driver's meeting where Jimi Day went over the weekend's schedule and the rules. My car was classed in the GTV class which is for any car 1989 and older which weigh in at 3,200 pounds or more. The other classes are GT, GTS, and GTL. GT is for any 3200 pound or heavier car 1989-present. GTS is for any car with 2 seats (corvettes, vipers, porche, etc). GTL is for any car lighter than 3,200 pounds. I weighed my car while I was there to find out that it weighs in at 3,467 pounds without me in it. So, despite my being a brand new novice driver, the way the points work, is simply by where you place against the cars in your Class,,, and not your driving level.

Saturday was the autocross in the infield, since the champ-truck and NASA cars were running heats on the actual track all day. We were lined up in the staging grid by class and one by one we rolled out, staged, and hit the course. Since the infield paddock at NJMP lightning course is somewhat small, the course was quick, tight, and we had to do two laps on it instead of the normal 1 lap. Having never autocrossed before, I had walked the course with some of the other experienced drivers and they explained a lot about turn-in cones, shifting the weight of the car before a turn, braking points, and driving lines. Learned a ton. After running the first pass and concentrating on not getting lost or missing a turn, I ran 2 more passes and was definitely getting better and was planning on really starting to lean on the car upcoming for the next few. However, it started to rain.. and by rain... I mean it was freakin raining and was not about to stop for hours. All of the cars continued to run in the rain, as did I... and I started getting much more comfortable with throwing the cars weight around in a controlled manner. In the videos the car seems slow, but I was focusing on hitting all the turn-in points etc, rather than just blasting the hell out of the course all out of control. At one point after lunch, Bill, the driver of the black 1979 camaro(with the 1970 front grill on it) took me for a ride in his car. I can't tell you how much I learned from that, and what he showed me. As a matter of fact, right after he took me out, I did another pass in my car and cut down my wet pass time by almost 2 full seconds. as it turns out, Bill and the black camaro took 1st place in the GTV class autocross... that car worked real well. good experienced driver too. Lots of the other super high horsepower cars had some difficulty trying to get the power down with the rain, standing water, and tricky conditions..so it was a real thrill to watch.

Also Saturday all the cars had to be brought through the "Design and Engineering" Judges panel, where a trio of judges look over your car and evaluate it for modifications, parts choices, aesthetics, streetability etc. They take 10 minutes per car and each driver is given a maximum of two minutes to tell them anything/everything important about the car to help the judges opinions.

At around 4:00 they shut the autocross down and there was another drivers meeting. At this point we learned the destination of our "mystery road rally", which is basically a cannon-ball run type part of the event. We learned that we would have to drive about 40 miles or so over to the beach at Wildwood NJ and have our photo taken to prove that the car made it, within a certain amount of time. Cars left at 5pm and we were not allowed to use any trailers, support teams, etc or else we would get a DNF for this portion of the event. The ride took a little over an hour, down wet streets, potholes, etc but I made it. Stopped for dinner with a few of the guys and was convinced to forgo the night in the tent because of extreme rain. Split a cheap hotel room with Buddy, (owner of the green/teal 4th gen camaro).

Got to the track early on Sunday and had another drivers meeting. We were informed that there would be three separate run groups on the track today, all at separate times. I was in the Novice class, which there is a NO PASSING rule. The intermediate and expert classes could pass eachother on the course. Each group was told to go out on the track for a few familiarization laps to learn the turns and layout, and I was lucky enough to have one of the pro drivers come with me. I forget his name but he taught me a ton about braking points, turn-in cones, apex markers, and how to use the whole width of the track. I was still freaking out being nervous, but when it came time to make a few laps under "hot track" green flag start, I spent the first half of the first heat making sure I wasn't going balls out full throttle and was paying attention to the turns and distances. What a rush! Each run group got 5 20 minute sessions on the track. I did session 1, 2, and 4. Session 2 I got on it a little more, but had an issue with the knock sensor falsely triggering the SES light when I would get into 4th gear and downshift to 3rd gear. This causes the computer to pull 20deg ignition timing and go into limp-mode.. which is not what you want when you are hot lap racing on a track. I was able to reset it by pulling into pit lane, turning the car off and back on and getting back out there. This false engine light caused me to drive differently and some laps I would just keep the trans in D (4th gear) and slug around the track. other laps I tried leaving it out of 4th and I ran out of rpms in 3rd gear. Regardless I had a blast each and every second of every lap. If I only had a few hundred more horsepower and a non auto-transmission I would be ecstatic.

I opted out of Session 3 on the track in order to do a few laps in the other event of the day: the speed-stop competition. Basically a marked off course where you launch from the start box, navigate the course and have to come to a complete stop in the stop box..for time. I made a few decent dry runs and on my last dry run I used a 2 second blast of the nitrous, which helped cut about .4 seconds off my dry time. I was really hoping to get into the 11's and I am sure I definitely could have; had it not started to rain again. I switched back to the race track and ran session #4 where there was some rain coming down, but not enough to slop up the whole track though. A mustang spun off and hit the tire wall towards the end of the 20 minute session and then the heat was black-flagged. It was raining more, and I did some more speed-stop passes, actually a bunch just one after the other. Some I didn't even record a time on, just went out there to flog on the car harder and push it more and more.

Since it was apparent the rain was not going to let up, I skipped session 5 and took down my tent, loaded up all the wet gear into bags and loaded stuff into the camaro. around 4:30 we had the awards ceremony, where the first place finisher in each class (GT, GTV, GTL, GTS) is awarded the honor of being invited to the 2016 championship event in Las Vegas. As I said, Bill with the black camaro won the GTV class, and the other class winners were definitely some great drivers with great cars. I hit the road and drove the 3 hours home, despite some areas of heavy traffic and rain even more. Parked the car, unloaded as much as i could; leaving the rest for tomorrow.

I could go on and on and on about how much fun I had and how much I learned and the cool people I met. What a phenomenal experience. I was hoping more people from NJFBOA would attend, but it was cool to hangout with Bill(BTK) and Scott (Bonzo) on saturday. Also, it was very awesome of polar bear, his son (whoops, I meant his nephew my bad!) , and a few buddies to volunteer their time to help out all weekend, running the timing booth and shagging comes... Way to go guys!!! There were some seriously well built cars there, almost all running race tires with roll cages, big horsepower engines and power adders, and hardcore suspension/chassis work to the max. Really cool stuff. Enjoy the photos and links above. Check for coverage on MAV tv in a few months time too.
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Read the short version, sounded like a fun time! I'll read the long one and check out the pics later. Do you think they'll come back next year?
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Read the short version, sounded like a fun time! I'll read the long one and check out the pics later. Do you think they'll come back next year?
I really hope they do come back next year. While talking to a bunch of people there, I learned that there was another big-time event in Ohio which may have drawn some of the badass cars that way instead of running the NJMP event. Also, there were some cars registered (I think 52 total registered 48 showed up?) which some never showed up or broke on the Friday test day before the event even began.
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Always wanted to go and/or participate in these! That dropped blue (purple?) Chevelle looks like a mean mother.
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Thanks for coming out David! We'll look forward to seeing you again soon!



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Dave,
I read the short version and am *definitely* coming back for the long read! Sounds like you had an awesome time!
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hey guys:

I know in my writeup above I had mentioned that MAVtv would be airing episodes of the
OUSCA events in the fall... well that time is here. Two of the events have aired already (Thunderhill and Las Vegas) and the next one to air is the one from New Jersey at NJMP.

IT WILL BE O AT 8:00 PM THIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 ON MAVtV.

Typically MAVtv is not included in most network's basic tv channel lineups. For Verizon fios, it comes as part of a package of channels, which costs a little extra per month. On fios it is channel 810 FYi. MAVtv is definitely cool for gearheads like us, as it hos pro-drag boat racing, tractor pulls, wild dirt track racing, etc.


Just giving you guys a heads up about this being on tv. K cya
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So you're saying you will record it for our enjoyment?
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So you're saying you will record stream it for our enjoyment?
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Yup. I'll be recording it. Unfortunately I will be in PA and MD this weekend and then when I come home on Sunday, I'll be heading over to island Dragway to spectate for the day with my cousin. Late Sunday is when I'll get to watch it. Sunday at island should be pretty cool; footbrake challenge racing day
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