Ron Lummus Racing (RLR) has just renewed their sponsorship for the 2019 season. RLR has been an industry leader for over 30 years, offering the aftermarket drag racing industry the best in customer service, the latest in technology, and the most intensive research and development program.
They manufacture many components their selves, which allows for effective and cost-efficient research and development. They continuously update their product designs to provide the very best in racing components. All their products are track tested to provide you, the customer, with winning technology.
As many of you know I had the opportunity to do a shop tour last year and we have finalized his sponsorship video. Please take a few minutes and watch the video below. Also when you have some time please visit his NEW website. https://ronlummusracing.com/ Thank you again to Ron and his team for their ongoing sponsorship to support our racing series.
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Jack Sacchette at JayCee Enterprises has just confirmed that they will be the 2019 Heritage Series title sponsor. Jack and his team have been making Vw Parts since 1980 while he was still in high school. Many of you are familiar with JayCee and their industry leading parts for the aircooled Vw. But Jack has also been heavily involved in the Racing Industry for almost 30 years. He has built, driven, and tuned countless championships in the PRA, BRS, ECPRA, NHRA and numerous other organizations.
We had the opportunity to tour his shop and we will be releasing a full video soon. So please stay tuned for more information. In the mean time please visit his website at http://www.jayceevw.com/
On September 29th the V-Dub Drag Fest took place at Numidia Dragway. This was our 2nd stop in the International Motor Shop I/GAS class points series. We had over 15 of our members show up for the chase for the championship and a handful of other racers attending the event as well. Coming into the event current points leader Eric Hengstenberger had a target on his back. Eric was unfortunately knocked out in the 2nd round of eliminations by Rick Lazar.
In the finals it paired up Gene Ulrich against our 2014 I/GAS Champion Eric Hellmuth who took a few years off and has stormed back into the scene in a hurry. Both drivers were amped up and redlit as the tree came down but fortunately for Gene his redlight was not as bad as Erics. This is Gene's first ever win and we want to take a moment and congratulate him on his victory. He has done a lot of test and tune runs lately and is getting his rhythm in his new car.
Also a congratulations on Eric Hellmuth who just joined the series and jumped from last to 4th in the standings after just one event. Our final race of the season is on October 14th at Maple Grove Raceway and it should be a doozy. We look forward to seeing everyone in a few weeks for our final race of the season to crown our 2018 Champions.
Not only is Reggie Lee one of the fastest Vw Racers on the east coast running Nitrous. But he also owns one of the fastest moving companies in Maryland. Reggie Lee Trucking has been servicing the MD, VA, and DC areas for over 20 years. They have helped relocate not only residential homes but also commercial businesses as far north as NYC and as far south as Florida.
If you’re looking for a relocation moving company Reggie Lee should be your first phone call. Please support our sponsors that support our racing community. Contact Reggie Lee at 410-491-2553 for more information.
One of the east coasts fastest growing Vw Events is showing no signs of slowing down. Not even mother nature’s threat of rain hindered the event on Saturday August 11th at Mason Dixon Dragway. The weekend started off with the Legends Race on Friday night which consisted of drivers that were 55 years or older. It was meant to bring out some of the long-time racers such as Pete Peek, Henry Williams and a few other Legends of our sport. Unfortunately for Henry he was unable to make it at the last minute. Pete Peek was in attendance until transmission issues took him out. In the finals of the Legends race it was Doug Stewart in his dragster taking the win over Wayne Farquhar in his stock 2018 Jetta.
After multiple rain delays and countless hours drying the track the crew at Atco Dragway was underway with Waterfest 24. This was the first race of the season feaurting our Island Dubs sponsored A/GAS Pro Mod Class. At the conclusion of qualifying it was an air cooled sitting at the top spot against a tough field of watercooled cars. Stephen Hawes qualified at the #1 spot with a 8.64 @ 162mph.
Ricardo Tolay was #3, Mike Pauciullo #6, James Castellano #9, Todd Pavics #10 and Richie Weekes at #11. During Eliminations Stephen Hawes broke a fuel pump in Round 2 against Franky Criner who went on to become the runner up of the race against Chris Green from Florida.
James Castellano advanced to the 3rd round before being eliminated which puts him #1 in the points leading into our next race at Mason Dixon on August 11th. The shots have been fired by the watercooled cars and they're sitting at the top spot in points.
In 1978 Dave Folts Transmissions started out doing Vw and Porsche transaxles for off-road and drag racing vehicles. As the racing industry changed so has our business.
We still do Vw and Porsche transaxles but now we also build, race prep, and manufacture parts for various other types of transaxles. These include albins ,fortins, mendeola, and pbs transaxles. With all our equipment we can design a part, build a part and then use this part to hopefully make a much better transaxle. We are also distributors for the above-mentioned products.
Dave Folts Transmissions
1516 East Francis St.
Ontario, CA 91761
Phone: (909) 923-5970