Monthly Archives: September 2010

Windrow Hits Bullseye in Buckeye State, Closes in on Title

Complete with a long green flag run in the Buckeye 150, the drivers of the White Gate Services Modified Tour for East Coast Thunder were on their game on Sunday night at Toledo Speedway. The driver who brought the best plan of attack to the race track though was Jim Windrow as he led fifty-nine laps en route to his third victory of the 2010 season! Continue reading

Larkin Cruises to Victory at California

In a ultra competitive event which saw only four cautions and lots of door-to-door racing it was MRL Racing veteran Mikey Larkin taking the victory in the Price Motorsports 150 at the California Speedway. The veteran driver from Ontario, Canada out dueled the best in the Monday Night Super Speedway Series for the win in event number two of the season. Continue reading

Moore Picks Up Bonus Win in SRO Make The Chase 100

In a race that saw over 9 yellow flags Jon Moore and his #01 Shelby Cobra Ford made it count in the Southern Racing Online Make the Chase 100. Moore used pit strategy and conservative driving to lock in an extra ten bonus points going into the Chase for the SRO Cup Series Championship. Continue reading

Helmer WINS Rain Interrupted ECT Richard Tilley 250

Under tumultuous skies in a race for charity, Lee Helmer found himself first in the Richard Tilley Sr. Youth Athletic Association 250. In a race that saw over 20 lead changes under three yellow flags, Lee was able to keep his car competitive and in the first position when the thunderstorms rolled in to Daytona. “I really tried to just keep my car competitive,” Helmer said about his first win at Continue reading

Richard Tilley Sr. Youth Athletic Foundation 250

Mod – NR2003 Late Models
Track – Daytona TR
Logistics – 50%, Fixed Setups, Open to the Public
Presented by – East Coast Thunder
Richard Tilley Sr. Youth Athletic Foundation Richard Tilley, Sr., from whom the organization takes its name, was a man dedicated to his ideals. Of his many values, providing guidance and inspiration to the young was one he held most dear. Serving several years as a football coach, he lived his passion by helping students whenever possible. Whether in need of guidance, direction, or a shoulder to lean on, a person could rely on Mr. Tilley to provide. Unfortunately, he passed away in January 2009, and he will be sorely missed by a loving and grateful community. We strive each day to live up to the example that Mr. Tilley left us.!/RTFoundation?v=info

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