us picking between KennethTsang and Brian Kuehl with acoin flip, which in this case goesagainst last year’s runner-up.
Stephanie Reynoso crusheda 13-car DSL last year. Wehaven’t heard of a car changefor her, so she’s our pick.
E Street history says pickingagainst Bartek Borowski is aterrible bet. We still have tomention fellow Miata driverCharles Matthews. If the
(LEFT) If he shows, we anticipate Tom O’Gorman to claimhis next National Championship in BSP. (BELOW) WillTamra Krystinik be the first woman to earn a repeat winin an Open class? We say yes, and DSP is where she’lldo it. (BOT TOM LEFT) Expect David Marcus back on topin B Street, albeit in a different car from last year.
course is favorable, DennisHubbard may be able toimprove on his second-placefinish last year in his recentlyacquired MR2 Spyder. He’llbe joined by Joey Green, IvanAustin, and Brian Tefft Jr.
Casey Coughlin was quick atthe early Dixie Tour this year,so it appears she hasn’t lostany speed after her ESL win ofover four seconds last year.
With its defending champ
now in a different class, we could
return to our traditional (and
usually correct) F Street choice
of Jeff Cashmore, but we’re
giving Thomas Layton the edge
this time in the battle of V8 M3s.
FSL should be a good battle,with Cindy Duncan hopefullyavoiding her traditional awfulluck to take a win in herMustang over Denise Cashmore.
G Street is Ron Williams’class to lose. We don’t expecthim to, but if he does itmight be to Eric Simmons.
Annie Gill is also a seriousthreat to add her name tothat short list of femalewinners in Open classes.
“D Street Prepared isset to be the first classwith a repeat femalewinner, as TamraKrystinik won last year”