Stotz AMA/Prostar Atlanta
The rained out Atlanta race was
a disappointment to eveyone. None more so than the Stotz Racing
team. With the RR running 7.40's in Valdosta, Stotz was eager
to get back on the liter bike and try for the 7.30's. The 7.47
was run with only a 1.38 sixty foot time and the little RR has
already been 1.28 sixty foot times. Put the 1.28 sixty foot to
the rest of the 7.47 time and you get a 7.37 or better. Needless
to say none of this came about. The only thing that came was rain
and we will have to wait for the Richmond race to see what the
little RR can do.
Stotz Racing hopes to have the
SuperStreet RR ready for the Richmond race. Glenn Stickels is
working feverishly to finish all the prototype pieces. So far
with the stock motor it has made 249 HP at 9 lbs of boost. The
chassis is done, but the body work needs to be painted and mounted.
With any kind of luck you will see two Stotz Racing RR's in Virginia
April 28-29 and in Englishtown NJ the following weekend of May
5-6 for the NHRA Sport Compact series.