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PostSubject: Halfway Report   Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:32 pm

I have posted a big thread like this every year at the halfway point of the AERS season so I will be continuing for 2011.



Ritcher Dominating....again.

We are 9 races into the season, and Fred Ritcher is once again on top of the points standings. This year, however, may be his best yet, as he holds a massive 232 point lead over Tyson Lautenschlager, in 2nd position. Ritcher has dominated before, but has never had such a large lead. He will hold the lead until at least race 11. Why? He's already a full race and a quarter ahead, and with the pace he is going, there's no stopping him. His average finish is an amazing 11th, 3 spots from Herb Cilantro's 14th at this time last season. Ritcher has a series leading 5 top 5's and 5 top 10's and has completed every single lap recorded this year. While Ritcher has a comfortable lead, there's no telling as to what could happen. PREDICTION: Champion.

Top 5 Best Races:

1. Race #7 - McKinley 200
I know it may seem like I am just saying this because its the AARO's own track, but the race was 10 times better than 2010, which also got positive feedback. The racing that was not seen in the highlights was fantastic and was intense all race long. The hard charging Fred Ritcher in the end was absolutely epic and set off a frenzy with everyone cheering on their driver as Tim Averell eventually became the first one-off in AARO history to win a race. Racing was good and clean, something that we had not yet seen from the AARO at McKinley.
Rating: 9.0/10

2. Race #1 - Livonia 250
While the first 2/3rd's of the race were slowed by 7 yellows, the end of the race was fantastic. We had lead changes and battles all over the top 10. The key to the finish would be lap cars, when rookie Will Legge could not get around some slow cars and Greg Sauer swooped underneath to take the top spot and the win. He held off another hard charging rookie Mike Oppenheimer to take the victory, a much deserved win as he drove up from the 29th position after being spun early and only led 7 laps.
Rating: 8.0/10

3. Race #3 - Ford 200 @ Boston
This race was a typical race at the Boston International Speedway. A fast race with lots of green flag action. Herb Cilantro completely dominated the first 60 laps of the event leading into a debris yellow on lap 60. On the ensuing restart, Cilantro's car would suddenly fade out of the top 10, after leading the first 64 laps of the race. After a two car spin on the front straightaway, Cilantro's ignition would die and he would come home with a disappointing 38th place finish. Chad Lapinski came from absolutely nowhere to take his first career victory in his 3rd ever start. The track was very races and it showed all race. Two and three wide action occurred all race long, and the fans got their money's worth for this one.
Rating: 7.75/10

4. Race #2 - AAA 200 @ Daytona
This race proved to be quite the race, as it had two massive wrecks with 10+ cars and a wild finish. While cars were running out of fuel, it'd be Patrick Eichholtz passing Mikael Carter on the final lap to take the victory and at the time, the points lead.
Rating: 7.0/10

5. Race #9 - Verizon 300 @ Salem
While the racing on the track was not very exciting, what played out, was. After a mishap with Keith Davis' crew on the second pit stop of the day, Jalen Scransen, a guy who hates Salem, took the lead. Aaron Fisher made his way to 2nd and then took the 26 out! Fred Ritcher would cruise by with minimal damage to take the win and an even bigger points lead. 232 points over 2nd place Tyson Lautenschlager, who actually finished 2nd in this race as well.
Rating: 6.75/10

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