Greg's Reynard John Felten's Reynard
HOMEWORK PAYS OFF – Greg Honeycutt logged a fist full of laps in his Reynard FS at several recent track days and the homework paid off with FTD on Saturday and 2nd overall on Sunday. FELTEN FLIES – John Felten assembled a perfect lap on his last run over Sunday’s longer, sweeping course to capture half of the weekend’s FTD honors in his 1986 Reyard.


FORT ASHBY, WV – Predicted rains held off for two consecutive days, allowing the 2006 Miller Lite Cumberland Airport Autocross Series to kick off under dry conditions, much to the satisfaction of 164 entries in the third annual May Icebreaker Autocross.

The B Modified Reynard formula cars of Greg Honeycutt and John Felten flew smoothly under the cloud cover to claim Fast Time Of The Day on Saturday and Sunday respectively…but not without drama as both drivers garnered their title on their last runs of the day.

On Saturday, fast rising BP Cobra ace Wade Chamberlain and the impressive DSP Impreza of Mike Moran laid down runs that earned top five spots among the open wheel racers, with Matt Felten and John Felten inserting themselves to in third and fifth overall in the family Reynard. Chamberlain still held FTD until Honeycutt’s last of five runs, when the Cumberland racer tripped the lights at 45.067 seconds to win by a mere .2 tenths of second.

On Sunday, a faster and longer course better suited the purpose-built open wheelers and they took to the top three spots. Ellicott City’s Dennis Howard squired his beautiful ASP Porsche RS America (repurchased after seven years in another owner’s hands) to fourth, gaining the day’s fender car crown for over Chamberlain. Matt Felten held FTD through most of the third session until Honeycutt’s last run, which, in turn, fell quickly as John Felten ripped off a 45.668 second final run to win Sunday FTD under darkening skies.

Double class winners for the weekend included Gary Hughes, Fairfax VA (SS Corvette), Les Davis, Raleigh NC (BS Mazda RX8), Alan Pozner, Lilitz, PA (DS Acura), Rob Robeson, Baltimore, MD (HS Dodge Intrepid), Dennis Howard (ASP Porsche), Doug Macy, Cumberland (CSP Audi Coupe), Wade Chamberlain, Warrenton VA (BP Cobra), Scott Pfeiffer, Cresaptown (DM Porsche 914) and Karl Loper (SM Camaro).

Local one-day class winners included Steve Hotchkiss (Saturday, AS Corvette), Will Lewis (Saturday GS Acura), Pete Harrison (Sunday AS Honda), Nathan Wilson (Sunday BSP Corvette) and Patrick Gerhaughty (Saturday ST, BWM).

Local drivers also in the Saturday Overall Top 25 included McCagh 7th, Hotchkiss 8th, Loper 11th, Steve Wilson (ASP Porsche) 15th, Scott Pfeiffer 16th, Bill Smith IV (DSP Porsche) 19th, Harrison 20th, and Ken Bane (SM Mustang) 24th.

Local drivers in the Sunday Overall Top 25 included Harrison 8th, Loper 10th, McCagh 14th, Wilson 15th, Tink Phillips (BP Daytona Coupe) 18th, Hotchkiss 20th, Scott Pfeiffer 21st, Bane 22nd, Mark Boggs (DSP Porsche) 24th and Fred Pfieffer III, (DM Porsche) 25th.

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Saturday Overall PDF
Saturday Overall HTM
Saturday Class PDF
Saturday Class HTM
Saturday PAX PDF
Saturday PAX HTM

Sunday Overall PDF
Sunday Overall HTM
Sunday Class PDF
Sunday Class HTM
Sunday PAX PDF
Sunday PAX HTM

Impressive Impreza Flying
IMPRESSIVE IMPREZA – James, Mike and Jennifer Moran drove this Impreza and the family Mini Cooper in this year’s Icebreaker with impressive results. James and Mike ran ninth and fourth overall in the Subaru on Saturday. FANS DROP IN – Local natives Bo and Paul Bowman remember the Cumberland Nationals from their boyhood. Catching wind of the Icebreaker, they attended as spectators, flying to the event in Bo’s Piper Archer.

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