1st annual Buick Bash at Quaker City Motorsports Park

Discussion in 'Other Buick Events' started by DMoore, Dec 12, 2018.

  1. ss4825

    ss4825 Well-Known Member

    Tagging along.
     
  2. rickmiller

    rickmiller Well-Known Member

    one of those BPG meets at quaker was back to back with my family reunion in California. I flew home to Maryland jumped in the truck with racecar in tow , drove to ohio and was racing within 24 hours of leaving Ca.
     
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  3. BQUICK

    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    I remember.....you needed a number of Coronas after all that!
     
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  4. 2tone-t

    2tone-t 73 Stage 1

    Looking forward to this event. Never been to this track before. Planning on taking my 73.
     
  5. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    Here is the hotel Information for the June 14th and 15th Buick Bash at the Quake.

    Hampton Inn
    7395 Tiffany Street
    Poland, Ohio 44514
    330-758-5191
    Rate is $90. plus Tax
    Mention Buick Club Event

    Fairfield Inn
    7397 Tiffany Street
    Poland, Ohio 44514
    330-726-5979
    Rate is $90. Plus Tax
    Mention Buick Club Event

    Red Roof Inn
    1051 Tiffany Street
    Poland, Ohio 44514
    800-733-7663 (main reservations)
    330-758-1999 (hotel direct)
    Rates are $63-$68 plus Tax
    Mention Group code Buick GS/GN or B253 Buick1

    These hotels are not big in size so please book ahead, there are other hotels in the are but these were the ones giving us discounts.
     
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  6. SpecialWagon65

    SpecialWagon65 Ted Nagel

    To the top.
     
  7. 2stg14spds

    2stg14spds Well-Known Member

    I was planning on camping anyone else doing the same?
     
  8. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    Just to let everyone know, we will have a section roped off for anyone that would like to sell stuff only or you may also sell at your spot where you are pitted. There will be no charge for swap meet spots.
     
  9. 67nitrouspig

    67nitrouspig Well-Known Member

    Working hard to try and get my car up and running so I can bring it to this event, this year will be the first year out for the car I'd love to be able to bring it to the first year for this event as well.
     
  10. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    OK Buick guys and gals, we are getting closer to the first annual Buick Bash. Just wanted to update a couple of things for everyone.
    1. You will be able to camp at the track from Wednesday thru Sunday if you like.
    2. There will be close to 200 spots with electric, there will be a small fee (maybe in the $25 range) to have this turned on for the event but there will be plenty of room if you require it. You will need to let one of the track officials know where you are parked so they can turn it on.
    3. There will be fuel and food available all weekend also
    4. We have the track from 9-5 on Friday, so we will run a test and tune of course and a gamblers race and maybe some other racing for fun (stay tuned for more info on that.)
    5. If the weather doesn't cooperate for us on Saturday we will be able to run the event on Sunday. Just wanted to let everyone know this so you could plan ahead if needed.
    6. Pets are permitted at the track, track rules are that they are to be on a leash thought.
    7. Quaker runs a regular Friday night program of a Box/No Box classes, along with test and tune and all Buicks are welcomed to run Friday night, you will just have to pay the entry fee for their event.

    I am sure there is more information that will be posted as we get closer to the event. We look forward to seeing everyone out here and having a fun and relaxing weekend of racing time spent with great friends. Any questions, feel free to ask
     
  11. 70skylark350

    70skylark350 Well-Known Member

    will there be Buick parking for the guys that want to bring their cars up and hang out and watch, but not race?
     
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  12. sriley531

    sriley531 Buckle up, this could get rough....

    I'm in the same boat and was just wondering the same. If my schedule works out, I'd like to drive the white car up and spectate. I dont have the time or desire to get the green car straightened out and run it this year.
     
  13. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    There is a grass area behind the stands where you will be able to park if not racing or any grassy area around the pits, this will put you easy access to the stands and also the pits and concession stand
     
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  14. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    So far here is a list of sponsors that have stepped up to help us with this event so far, please thank these companies when you see them or by using them for products.

    Finishline Motorsports (Bobb Makely)
    Autocentercc@gmail.com (John Csordas)
    V8Buick.com (Jim Weise)
    Quadrajetparts.com (Greg Gessler)
    Precision Billet (Rob Giroux)
    Cars,inc,
    Cotton Performance (Jack Cotton)
    Stage 1 Performance (Rob Chilinski)
    SRE Inc (Steve Reynolds)
    Surfside Auto (Vinnie Barbarino)
    TA Performance (Mike Tomaszewski)
    Summit Racing Equipment
    Torque Master Performance (Chris Skaling)
    Ultimate Convertor
    Harold Rolls (400 piece tool kit to the first Buick to cut a perfect light)
    Dave Burns ($50 cash to the best light in eliminations, must be Buick bodied/Buick powered to win this)

    More will be added as they come on board. I cant thank these companies enough for the support for our event.
     
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  15. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    Here is the new updated list of sponsors as of 04/26/2019

    Finishline Motorsports (Bobb Makely)
    Autocentercc@gmail.com (John Csordas)
    V8Buick.com (Jim Weise)
    Quadrajetparts.com (Greg Gessler)
    Precision Billet (Rob Giroux)
    Cars,inc,
    Cotton Performance (Jack Cotton)
    Stage 1 Performance (Rob Chilenski)
    SRE Inc (Steve Reynolds)
    Surfside Auto (Vinnie Barbarino)
    TA Performance (Mike Tomaszewski)
    Summit Racing Equipment
    Torque Master Performance (Chris Skaling)
    Ultimate Convertor Concepts (Lenny & Dawn Croteau)
    Harold Rolls (400 piece tool kit to the first Buick to cut a perfect light)
    Dave Burns ($50 cash to the best light in eliminations, must be Buick bodied/Buick powered to win this)
    Turbobuick.com
    DeCordre automotive and performance
    Scottys racing engines (Scotty G)
    HRPartsandStuff (Paul Ferry)
    Mr. 73 (Phil Roitman)
    Rockauto.com
    Kirban Performance.
     
    Last edited: May 5, 2019
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  16. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    Here is a preview of what the back of the event shirt will look like.
     

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  17. Homer

    Homer Active Member

    Hey Denny, I'd like to get two motorhome electric pit spots, but I don't know how. It doesn't appear on Quaker City's site that I can reserve them, how do I lock them down?
     
  18. DMoore

    DMoore Well-Known Member

    There are 250 spots on the grounds that have electric, there will be no problem with you getting a spot with electric. When you come in you will just have to let them know where you are parking so they can turn it on. I do believe there will be like a $10-$20 fee for the couple days (i am not sure but will find out from the track)
     
  19. Mark Demko

    Mark Demko Well-Known Member

    Im looking forward to going for Fri TNT, don't know if my GS will be able to make it uphill from the burn out box tho:eek:
     
  20. Homer

    Homer Active Member

    Thanks Denny, I'm glad it isn't too restrictive, I hope to be able to bring two cars with their associated old fat guys and don't care for the motel gig. So, we should be able to pull in and tell them we need pit electric motorhome for the Buick event and pay everything up there? Or do we pay for the spot then register and pay for the event at another location? I know we gotta pay for racin' somewhere.
     

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