2018 Round 19: Mexico City

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2018 Round 19: Mexico City

Post by DKurtis on September 13th 2018, 3:28 pm

The drivers head to a another different and diverse road course on the schedule, Mexico City. Ran by many other sanctioned events in motorsports, the country of Mexico seeked to find its place onto the HNS schedule, and with success they managed to snatch a date on the calendar for 2018. With several twists and turns, as well as the notorious straightaway that the Formula 1 venue tends to use as a DRS zone for overtaking opportunities.

TJ Martin currently holds a 10 point cushion over Jake West. Martin came off of a strong victory at New Hampshire, with West finishing second right behind him. Their sheer consistency has been mostly unbreakable, and it has really irked many drivers besides West and Martin, as they themselves are hoping the both of them would crack more under pressure. However, as like many other road courses, we can see some new faces, or even drivers that rarely showcase their potential, though the amount of straightaways will differentiate the sheer horsepower between the big and the small teams. With a new qualifying system for 2019, many teams are scrambling to put their cars inside the top 30, so that they can be safe for the 2019 season when it comes to the first 5 races of the season.

Entry list for Mexico City (HNS):

#0 - Hannah Allen (R)
#2 - Matt Daleo
#4 - Jake West
#5 - Jonathan Zoerlein
#6 - Sean Angel (R)
#7 - Caleb Farrell (R)
#8 - Alex Benyacko (R)
#9 - Chris Louviere
#05 - Alexander Rowe
#07 - Seth Cole
#12 - Blaze McKinney
#14 - Cory Williams
#15 - Jake Rogers (R)
#16 - Eric Demax
#17 - James Richardson
#22 - Jeffrey White (R)
#26 - Vince Freeze
#27 - Daniel Bouchard
#29 - Max Ludger (R)
#36 - Kyle Keith (R)
#39 - Daniel Olson (R)
#40 - James Shelly
#51 - Rob Evans (R)
#53 - Jon Bunnell
#59 - Jack Hallec (R)
#60 - Aidan Shepherd (R)
#61 - Bradley Bishop Jr.
#62 - Samet Ozkan
#65 - Patrick Smith (R)
#66 - Anthony Marchesi (R)
#69 - Paul Jackson (R)
#70 - Carlie McDowell
#71 - TJ Martin
#74 - Robert Harrison
#81 - Elisheva Stolarz
#82 - Jonathan Wong
#86 - Kyle Basaglia
#88 - John Arndt
#90 - Scott Roush
#92 - Will Lewis
#94 - Nick Samon
#95 - Jek Porkins (R)
#96 - Eric Monaco (R)
#99 - Vance Caldwell (R)

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Re: 2018 Round 19: Mexico City

Post by DKurtis on September 13th 2018, 3:32 pm

Cory Williams earns pole, lot of road ringers showcase their speed throughout qualifying

It is not surprising to see the sheer amount of talent the Hardee's National Series drivers showcase, but Cory Williams really stunned a few people as he earned the pole by a few hundredths over Eric Demax, who had just come off of a race in Super Formula during the off week. Road America winner Alex Benyacko qualified a solid 3rd, while Canadian Tire winner James Richardson would qualify 9th. Blaze McKinney has showcased some speed throughout the weekend, and gave the Fisher Motorsports entry a 4th place qualifying run, as the Toyota's are trying to gain more momentum for 2019. The top 2 in points of TJ Martin and Jake West weren't as fortunate in qualifying, but they would qualify literally next to each other, in 15th and 16th, respectively.

P # DRIVER TIME
1 14 Cory Williams 1:22.049
2 16 Eric Demax 1:22.074
3 8 Alex Benyacko 1:22.079
4 12 Blaze McKinney 1:22.091
5 6 Sean Angel 1:22.102
6 5 J Zoerlein 1:22.150
7 2 Matt Daleo 1:22.257
8 40 James Shelly 1:22.258
9 17 J Richardson 1:22.298
10 88 John Arndt 1:22.308
11 07 Seth Cole 1:22.318
12 95 Jek Porkins 1:22.381
13 66 A Marchesi 1:22.413
14 60 Aidan Shepherd 1:22.515
15 71 TJ Martin 1:22.536
16 4 Jake West 1:22.653
17 0 Hannah Allen 1:22.694
18 05 Alexander Rowe 1:22.696
19 86 Kyle Basaglia 1:22.774
20 7 Caleb Farrell 1:22.965
21 94 Nick Samon 1:23.019
22 70 Carlie McDowell 1:23.090
23 82 Jonathan Wong 1:23.102
24 61 B Bishop Jr. 1:23.180
25 92 Will Lewis 1:23.210
26 9 Chris Louviere 1:23.299
27 22 Jeffrey White 1:23.356
28 99 Vance Caldwell 1:23.453
29 27 Daniel Bouchard 1:23.582
30 65 Patrick Smith 1:23.680
31 90 Scott Roush 1:23.744
32 69 Paul Jackson 1:23.896
33 62 Samet Ozkan 1:23.900
34 26 Vince Freeze 1:23.975
35 81 E Stolarz 1:23.988
36 96 Eric Monaco 1:24.008
37 53 Jon Bunnell 1:24.045
38 36 Kyle Keith 1:24.089
39 29 Max Ludger 1:24.269
40 39 Daniel Olson 1:24.338
41 59 Jack Hallec 1:24.405
42 15 Jake Rogers 1:24.549

DNQ: #74 Robert Harrison

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Re: 2018 Round 19: Mexico City

Post by FitzwaterAustralia59 on September 13th 2018, 3:59 pm

41st yeeeeee. 4th for Blaize nice Quali lap for him
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Re: 2018 Round 19: Mexico City

Post by DKurtis on September 15th 2018, 4:08 pm


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Re: 2018 Round 19: Mexico City

Post by nhood53 on September 15th 2018, 4:11 pm

31st kept out of the wrecks

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Re: 2018 Round 19: Mexico City

Post by FitzwaterAustralia59 on September 18th 2018, 1:33 am

Bad day for Hallec
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