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Rainier Auto Sports Club                                                                                                                            July 1999 

The Wishbone Alley Gazette



 
 RASC News

Minutes of the June Meeting -Reported by Mark Nolte, Secretary.
    Called to order at 7:47 by President Vince Plancich. Minutes of May read and approved.  Terry Simons will use the mailbox for Gazette return address, rather than her home address; mostly so it will get used.
    NWRC- NWRC has asked for help (workers) for the July Friday Niter. Kirk Simons responded affirmative, Mike Jones said he'd try. Pete Shelton (absent) could probably help make up the crew. It was noted that Kirk Simons won SOP at the May Friday Niter, with Pete Shelton also placing. Mark Simons appeared and got 3rd.
   SCCA- we were all awed that the recent Susquehannock Trail PRO-Rally had to turn away entries, since it was limited to 85 cars. Nolte covered the upcoming Wild West, saying that it looked like we had barely enough people to cover the 24-mile stage.
   Friday Niter- Mark Simons has pretty much settled on a route, and is exploring places to end the September event, probably at North Creek. He's planning on 4 CP's.  Trophies were discussed, with the idea of using small, toy cars on plaques being investigated. Vince volunteered that he had some tiny models of antique cars that he was prepared to part with- bagged and ready.
   Wenatchee Rally: Roy says its under control. The exact date was lost, but we agreed that it was going to happen the first weekend of November, not October. Discussion followed whether to reuse a Rainier rally name (Harvest Moon?), or let Paul Appel pick out a new name for the rally.
   Rainier Banner- Vince said he wanted it for the Wild West. He'd have it ready and deliver to the Jones to take to the rally.    Jerry Hines reported that the lawyer who he deals with needed us to renew our trademarks and state status. This would cost about $50.
   Alcan Rally: A letter from Alcoa had been received asking that the "Alcan" name not be used. Advice from counsel was not to respond, since litigation would be expensive. Jim Elder, the Alcan Press Liaison, has talked to Rod Hall about a Alcan entry. Gene Henderson contacted Jerry about a 3-car Subaru team, the 3rd car with Henry Joy and Katy Wood (a.k.a. Mrs. Russ Kraushaar). A rental car is being arranged for an Italian entrant. Isuzu had contacted Jerry concerning their "Alcan" Rodeo, which he is still using for Alcan tasks. He volunteered to dispose the vehicle and send them the proceeds. So it is for sale. Jerry concluded by offering a 1995 Plymouth Voyager for sale, new transmission, for $9000. Lucas needs seats for his Omni, but can't afford Recaro's.
   Vince reported that the SOVREN Historic races at SIR were July 4 weekend, and everyone should attend- it's a good show.
   Jerry Hines has volunteered to host our August meeting, with a barbecue at his home. The date we agreed on was the 22nd. This will replace the normal August (Monday) meeting.
   Meeting adjourned at 8:55.  We then went to the parking lot to look over Jerry's new, big Ford F250  truck.(white).isher

Questions:

Question 1:
At our last meeting we had a discussion on what would it take to get more people involved in  joining Rainier Auto Sports Club; either by attending meetings, helping organize an event, or working.

What would it take to get your involved?

Question 2:
Do you like the new look of the WAG?   Is their anything new and/or old that you would like to see added?

We would love to get your feedback on this question?  Please forward an comments and/or suggestion to our  Publisher.  Terry Simons 4029 228th ST SE  Bothell, WA 98021.  We would love to get your comments.

For those of  you who haven't received a newsletter in the last two months or so I'm sorry.  We were trying to get the cost down and those of you who had e-mails address. We were emailing the WAG, but since so many ask for both. I'm having to send out both again.

Special Announcement - New Fall Rally
 There will be a new TSD rally on November 6-7 (tentatively, depends on the ClubRally schedule) in the Pacific Northwest called "No Alibi". It will start on Saturday in North Bend, Washington (east of Seattle on I-90), overnight in Airway Heights (just west of Spokane), and finish in Wenatchee, Washington on Sunday. No traps, just straight TSD, and LOTS of gravel. It's late enough in the year that we'll have some night sections, and early enough that we won't be snowed out (a little snow won't stop us, by the way. In fact, a little snow will just make it more interesting!). This event will be put on by Rainier Auto Sports Club. So come on out, we'd love to see you there!

   Rallymaster - Paul Appel  ic706@televar.com
       509-663-6712
   Rally Chairman - Roy Ward  rallyroy@earthlink.net
     425-869-3836   Work: 425 882 2206
     KA7RZL



Trivia
Nothing to Report
 NWR Region News

Wild West ClubRally Results -
RANK CAR#   CLASS   TEAM                                              STAGE PTS
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 1         32         O              Paul 'Pablo' EKlund/John Allen               02:00:16
 2         90         O              Lauchlin O'Sullivan/John Oxord              02:04:41
 3         20         O              George Plsek/Renn Phillips                     02:04:52
 4      253           2              Noah Third/Jason Lane                          02:06:51
 5      207           5              Dave Hintz/Doug Chase                         02:07:23
 6      245           5              Carey Wright/Alan Wright                      02:10:34
 7      250           2              Jeff Call/Brent Dille                                 02:10:45
 8      445          O              Scott Trinder/Robert Trinder                   02:10:57
 9        61           P              Karl Scheible/Gail McGuire                     02:12:01
10       95          O              Tony Chavez/ken Cassidy                       02:13:01
11      201          2              Todd Hartmann/Shawn Callahan             02:13:03
12      555         G              Patrick Richard/Ian McCurry                   02:13:13
13      223         5               Greg Lingelbach/Steve Andrews              02:19:06
14        70        G               Kendall Russell/John Dillon                      02:25:46
15      240        5                Rick Hintz/Mark Swalley                        02:27:09
16      244        2                Marc Thielke/Catherine Roso                 02:31:14
17      271        2                Matt Tabor/Chris Hale                            02:41:40
18      127        2                Chad Dykes/Deborah Fuller                    02:43:25
19      556        2                 Dave Shrenk/Chad Little                         02:46:00
20      141        O                Rob Hansen/Ed Hill                                03:22:34
21      134        5                John Forespring/Tony Lemon                 RETIRED
22      248        2                Mike Mailman/Shelly Kruse                   RETIRED
23      198        5                John Lane/Scott Huhn                            RETIRED
24      202        G                Nao Hirata/Don Swier                          RETIRED
25      232        G                Mark Tabor/Kristen Tabor                   RETIRED
26      246        2                Gordon Gaude/Tim Maple                    RETIRED
27      272        5                 Robert Reaves/Tammy Reaves             RETIRED
28      284        5                 Christopher Sayers/Brad Haron           RETIRED
29      299        5                 Michael Leonerd/Leon Owens             RETIRED
30        45        O                Zeliko Dekovic/Dave McFarland         RETIRED
31      243        5                Chris Kouba/Gary Bockman                 RETIRED
32      172        5                 Doug Schrenk/Rob Walden                 RETIRED
33      260        O                Eric Eaton/Kenny Almquist                  RETIRED
34        10        2                 Bill Malik/Christian Edstrom                RETIRED
 

Northwest Region Rally Committee Minutes Highlights
Nothing to Report
 
 NWRC

Nothing to Report
 
 For Sale

1985 Dodge OMNI GLH.  Car completely striped.  Have the parts to put car back together.  Has roll cage.   $500.00  Also 1969 Pontaic GTO project. Have also all parts, except motor and transmission (Good Project Car).  $600.00.  and a 1969 Pont. Firebird runs, need some work and paint job. $3500.   Leave a message with  Kirk or Terry Simons at 425-806-1741

Please forward any items for sale to Terry Simons, e-mail: tjs9820@gte.net. or call 425-806-1741
 
 Wanted

Information made available from Ben's Rally Page
 
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 WAG

The Wishbone Alley Gazette is published for the members and friends of the Rainier Auto Sports Club. Subscription prices $10 per year. The NEW editor is Terry Simons, phone 425-806-1741. Contribution and paid / unpaid ad eagerly received at 4029 228th St Se Bothell, WA 98021 or e-mail to tjs9820@gte.net.
 
 Membership

It's that time of year again. Starting in January membership is due.

    Membership dues are:
    • Single Membership $17.00
    • Family Membership $20.00
    • WAG Subscription $10.00
RAINIER AUTO SPORTS CLUB Will meet this coming Monday, July 12 , 1999 at 7:30 PM at CoCo's in Bellevue, (520 112th Ave., between "NE8" and "NE45th" Exits of 405 on the west side of the Hwy.) We have a meeting room set aside in the back. Monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of each month. Past Members, visitors and spectators are welcome.

1999 Board Members: President: Vince Plancich; Vice President: Kirk Simons; Secretary: Mark Nolte; Treasurer: Terry Simons; Historian: Mike Jones; Board Members at Large: Pete Shelton and Jerry Hines

The Wishbone Alley Gazette is published for the members and friends of Rainier Auto Sports Club. Subscription price is $10 per year. The editor is Terry Simons, phone 425-806-1741. Contributions and paid/unpaid ad eagerly received at 4029 228th St SE, Bothell, WA 98021



 

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