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  • Bonneville Travel Log – June 29th, 2007 – Day Four

    We had to get up relatively early this morning for check out and to drop off our bags for the charter.We had to drop off our bags by 9:00, but the bus didn’t leave for the airport until 11:00.We had just enough time to grab some breakfast at the Paradise Grill and drop some more money into the machines.Jon and I both agreed we are lucky we don’t live in Vegas.We’d be totally broke and probably divorced.

  • This is the proposed 3 course system at Speedweek 2007. And also the pre-stage procedures. Keep in mind this system is a work in progress and changes can and probably will be made before the final draft. This is a drawing to give you an idea of what is proposed for Speedweek 2007.
  • This was submitted to be by Glen Barrett.. The Rice Brothers put together a very informative list about your trip to a Bonneville Event. This list is a great one to print and read and keep with you. If you are a first timer as a racer or a spectator it is a must list for you. It will help get you pointed on what to expect and should be followed.


  • SCTA-BNI has released the pre-entry list of Bonneville Speedweek 2007. This will be the largest events I ever remember to happen on the Bonneville Salt Flats. An amazing total of 520 pre-entries for the seasons most spectacular event. 374 cars and 146 bikes. This year there is plans for 3 courses at Speedweek, and with this amount of entries lets hope it all works. It will be needed. Click below for the list of pre-entries.
  • June 2007


    The weather for the second meet of the year was the complete opposite of last month. Beautiful Spring temps, soft breezes and gentle evenings made for a very pleasant weekend.

  • SCTA releases the El Mirage weekend results. Click below on the "read more" link for the full results. The fastest car of the meet was Frontuto Bro's AA/FMR at 227.881 mph. The fastest bike was Scott Horner at 199.026 mph in the 1350cc A/BG class. 80 cars and 48 bikes capped the weekend with the opportunity for everyone to make 3 passes.

  • The Race for the Motorcycle World Land Speed Record
    Will be available at your favorite bookstore or online August 15th.

    This is Rocky Robinsons first nonfiction book, and is intended to put you in the drivers seat of one of, if not thefastest motorcycle ever built. Ever wonder what its like to go faster than anyone else has ever gone? Try 350 mph on for size. This is not your everyday, routine mystery or cookie-cutter thriller.

  • Impound Insights
    El Mirage June 2010
    By Dan Warner

    The June meet was a welcome change in weather from what we have been experiencing recently. The temps were a tolerable high 70s to low 80s and the wind, while present, was minimal.

    There were no new Dirty Two members, El Mirage 200 MPH Club, again this meet.

    There were 12 car and 4 motorcycle records set at the meet. Rick Yacoucci drove the Costella-Yacoucci XF/BFS to a second record and Top Speed of the meet at 238 MPH, a 9 MPH bump on the old record.
    Michele Brading drove the Costella-Dennee K/FL to record of 145.6, a move of 4.5 MPH and second in overall points. Jim Lattin’s grandson, Bill Lattin’s son, Billy Lattin made two passes. The first was a couple of tenths under the record, the second run added a solid 4 MPH to the V4F/Str class at 114. Ruth Lundring was in Eric Hannson’s XF/BGS belly tank and ran a fine 199.5 on her first run. Ruth ran into some trouble on her second pass in the late afternoon due to poor course conditions. She is well on the way to becoming only the second woman to qualify for El Mirage 200 MPH Club membership. John Rank and the Salty Dogs Racing AA/GMR showed up in the same class as last meet and upped their May record to 223.5. Tyler Osborn and Dad Monte ran their beautiful ’37 Ford two door with Ferguson Ardun power to a new XX/VGAlt class record for the Ferguson Osborn team. Dennis Mariani added 18 MPH to last month’s new F/StR record with a great 168 MPH pass. This meet it was John Beck’s turn in the Vintage Hot Rod C/BStr class and John got the team a solid 202 record. Russ Eyres had a chance in the Eyres Moreland Eyres H/BFR and ran a 152 against the 150 class minimum. Daniel Butler took over Doug Macmillan’s seat in the Hondata RSX in the G/BGAlt class setting the record at 185 against the old 179 mark. Assistant starter Miriam Macmillan took a few moments to drive her Hondata CRX to a new record in the F/FCC class at 168 MPH, an 8 MPH jump. Doug Kruse brought out his Cobalt for its debut run in the H/PS class and set the record at 135.7 MPH, just 7 tenths over the minimum.

    Over at the Motorcycle Impound we found Len Jones, 500-P-PP, setting the record at 113.3 a close .3 over the minimum. Derek McLeish was still stuck inside of the Team McLeish Bros 750-SCS-G streamliner so he decided to up last month’s record to 152 MPH. David Isley kept the same 1350-SC-PG configuration as last month and upped his record to 153 MPH. Kent Riches set the 750-SC-F record over 11 MPH higher than the minimum to 153 MPH.

    So far this year the record count has been somewhat down, the good thing is that some of those pesky minimums are being superseded. Congratulations to all record setters at this meet. The July meet is sure to be hot, from the weather standpoint and from the competition of the racers. Good luck to all on July 11th, I hope everyone has a safe and fast meet.

  • Since there's been a good bit of question in the past few days bout it bikes and such in the Bonneville pits -- here's a summary of the rules.  I got this from Mike Waters, the BNI chairman.

    Pit Bikes

    Here are a few common sense rules to be observed regarding the use of pit bikes while you are enjoying your Speedweek experience.

    All Riders must have drivers license

    Observe speed limits

    Yield to traffic, especially race vehicles being pushed or towed 

    If going into a congested area such as the starting line or staging lanes or any other area that will conflict with pedestrians,  PLEASE,  park your ride and walk.

    Go Karts are not allowed

    In the past pit bike injury accidents that required the services of our event ambulance personnel have halted racing while assisting accident victims. There are approximately 500 competitors counting on you to be safe.

    Common sense---use it!!

    Thank you, Your BNI Board of Directors



    End of rules -- but I'll see if I can post some more information, too.

  • El Mirage 200MPH Club by Dan Warner May 16 & 17, 2008. *70 years plus 1 day from the first SCTA dry lakes meet. And a meet it was!

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