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Howard Anderson: Quickest Blown Alcohol Coupe
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2017 Sierra Pipe Racing Schedule
March 2nd - 5th             Bakersfield, California
April 1st                         Sacramento, California
​May 19th, 20th               Woodburn, Oregon
June 3rd, 4th                  Boise, Idaho
June 24th, 25th              Woodburn Oregon
August  12th, 13th         Woodburn Oregon
October 20th - 22nd       Bakersfield California
Sacramento Raceway   Updated 4-3-16

​The track conditions at Sacramento Raceway were nothing like last year, as the team found out on the first pass.  A 1.06 60' time indicated the combination was not too far off.  Unfortunately the result was a back peddling 8.36 second pass.  Major clutch changes were needed for the second and final pass of the day.  It was amazing that the car responded with a 6.56 at 210MPH to take the event win over a red lighting Mike Molea.  Overall, I guess we can call this a successful outing.  
Updated 6-29-16

The season opener at Woodburn in May was rained out, making the Oldies But Goodies the first  AA/supercharged event at Woodburn Dragstrip.  84 degree high temperatures greeted the racers for Saturday qualifying.  When the day ended, the Sierra Pipe 38' Chevy was on top with a solid 6.52 second pass.  Scott White and Mitch Chamberlin were close behind at 6.57 and 6.60 respectively.  

Sunday had air temperatures north of 90 degrees and track temperatures above 130 challenged the high-horsepower AA/Supercharged race setups.  Howard fired the opening shot at 6.56, good for lane choice in the Semi-final match with Mitch Chamberlin.  With hotter temperatures facing the competitors, a nearly identical 6.57 was good for a trip to the finals.  Scott White earned a final round match-up with Howard, clocking 6.59 seconds.  Finally the temperatures reached the hottest levels of the weekend, making a tough job even tougher.  Close reaction times from both drivers made this a horsepower contest. The 38' Chevy did not disappoint, setting low ET of eliminations at 6.53, taking yet another Woodburn trophy back to Northern California.  
Quickest Run in History......Again
Woodburn Dragstrip             Updated 5-20-17

After struggles for the entire 2017 season, the first full-pull resulted in the quickest pass in history.  6.34 at 217 MPH.  A slight adjustment resulted in the quickest and fastest run in history.

6.31 at 221 MPH  
Special thanks to Co-Line for the new cylinder heads and we finally found a gear ratio that works.  With 117 degree track temperatures, the Sierra Pipe team is hoping for improvement  into the 6.20 zone.  Time will tell...... Stay tuned....
A Huge Crowd Witnessed the Quickest and Fastest Run in History