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American Rocksports delivers.

September 24th2012
 By Thom Kingston on 2012-09-24T07:55:32-07:00 | American Rocksports Challenge, Ultra4 |

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Last weekend marked the second ever American Rocksports Challenge (ARSC), an Ultra4 short course meets man made rocks endurance competition. This years ARSC absolutely delivered, following all of last years strengths while addressing any small issues that existed before. The short course action was top notch, and more importantly the rock section was incredibly challenging, with multiple lines and bypasses to chose from. In the end, when the dust settled, we’re confident everyone left Miller Motorsports Park pumped up and ready to race this venue again.

We have plenty of photos and stories to share, and as we have done in the past, we’ll be posting a few photos a day throughout the week so as to best retell the action. For now, we’ll kick things off with the official Ultra4 scores.

Pos No. Name Class

1

5

Shannon Campbell

4400

2

4421

Erik Miller

4400

3

4428

Loren Healy

4400

4

232

Brad Lovell

4400

5

8

Nick  Campbell

4400

6

81

Levi Shirley

4400

7

18

Brian Shirley

4400

8

4435

Kevin Sacalas

4400

9

13

JT Taylor

4400

10

4463

Rob Lynch

4400

11

4417

Matt Messer

4400

12

4138

Craig Ross

4400

13

4441

Darren Henke

4400

14

36

Ben Swain

4400

15

4407

Cottin Rodd

4400

16

4434

Kevin Yoder

4400

17

3

Wayland Campbell

4400

18

4505

Jeff Rector

4400

19

63

Nathan Unruh

4400

20

22

Robb Kaufman

4400

21

5252

Bill Baird

4400

22

4484

Casey Beach

4400

Top honors went to Shannon Campbell, but it was far from a landslide. The top four were essentially neck and neck the entire race, which made from an awesome spectator event. We lead today’s blog post off with a shot of Brad Lovell and his Spider 9 powered Ultra4, who finished with a 4th place spot. This position will likely cinch the Pro Series title (top honors for all three events in series) for him and his team. This is highly unofficial of course, but based on series points it’s looking pretty good.