13th Annual East Coast Buick Regionals

Discussion in 'Other Buick Events' started by BuickBuddy, May 21, 2009.

  1. Nailhead

    Nailhead Gold Level Contributor

    Is there any registration required to sell in the flea market?
  2. BuickBuddy

    BuickBuddy Registered V8 Offender GK

    Nope, just show up and hawk your wares. We're pretty informal but John Sr. always runs a smooth event. :TU:
  3. Jimmy Conway

    Jimmy Conway The Gent

    Less than an hours' drive?

    I'm there.:cool:

    There's no excuse for me not to be.

    SKIDMARKS Well-Known Member

    With the economy being what it is today, you have to choose where you get the most bang for the buck.

    The N.E. Mafia Cecil County event is a DO NOT MISS event. I made it last year and they even had some ProMod boys tuning their 230mph race cars for the Shake Down at E-Town event the next day.

    I'll be there again as this event is a BLAST ! :3gears:
  5. BuickBuddy

    BuickBuddy Registered V8 Offender GK

    Here's the track owner running the first 5 second Nitrous Pro-Mod run.

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  6. Rob_Gray

    Rob_Gray Well-Known Member

    I am a native of Cecil County and the area is not below sea level for what that is worth.
  7. BuickBuddy

    BuickBuddy Registered V8 Offender GK

    We know that.:Dou: But Cecil in October can bring below sea level barometric pressures. And that's all that counts. :TU:
  8. PhillyTurboSix

    PhillyTurboSix Buick Nut

    Howdy guys my first post on this forum and wanted to introduce myself for those of you that don't know me. I'm the PA rep for MAGNA. We are running the car show this year at Cecil. For the first time we have teamed up with John, the Tri-State Club & the Northeast GS/GN Club to put on the best possible car show for you guys on the east coast! Well after the fall of e-town's BOP event, this event in Cecil is now the ONLY ALL Buick show on the east coast! So clean those Buick's up and bring them out for the last time before the long winter sleep!

    This is our first car show but I've ran and judged many shows in the PA and NJ areas over the years. We are using a 100 point judging system and have 30 beautiful awards to give out. Good time to clean your Buick up before the winter nap and show it! I have door prizes for the show as well. I also have a ton of awesome goodies for the goodie bags we will hand out to the first 50 that enter the show. Kirban, Mickey Thompson, Glosser, Hemmings, Stoner, Meguires, Jeggs, and many more. We are doing a 50/50 as well for the event. Dennis Kirban will be at the event on Saturday he will have ZDDPlus and the ZPaste along with many used Turbo Regal parts to sell!

    In past years John had a "display" of Buick's but this is your time to shine in an official car show at this event. Here is the great part. For the cost of admission to get into the track ($15 bucks) you are in the show! So even if you have a older Buick daily driver why not put it in the show get some goodies and a chance to win! All for $15 bucks! You can put your car in the show and watch the racing all day. The goodie bags alone are well worth the $15 bucks to get in the show!

    Here is our time line for the show on Saturday...

    Gates open 9AM
    Show Registration: 9AM till NOON
    Door Prizes: Noon till 2pm
    Awards: 2pm
    50/50: 9am and winner will be called at 2pm after awards.

    Also if you want to race AND show no problem. Pay the fee's you need to pay for that and put your car in the show, find one of the judges, and have us judge your car before you race it. Then you can take it in and out of the show area and race it as you please. We have a few show cars coming that are going to take a few passes while they are there. So that's no problem!

    Any questions feel free to ask! I'm working my hardest to make this one great event all around so bring your show cars out and show em off! I will take many pics of the show event and have them posted all over the net! Hope to see you all there!!
  9. PhillyTurboSix

    PhillyTurboSix Buick Nut

    Also I can't post links yet (too new) but I have the pay out list for you racers if you haven't seen it yet!
  10. Hector

    Hector '79 Buick Limited

  11. PhillyTurboSix

    PhillyTurboSix Buick Nut

    That's it! Thanks! :beers2:
  12. Marco

    Marco Well-Known Member

    Welcome Jim!
  13. Joe65SkylarkGS

    Joe65SkylarkGS 462 ina 65 Lark / GN

    I only have a week to get my car back together!!!

    Figures I get busy at work right now! Been doing doubles for a week or two and still have at least another 2 weeks.

    Now I'll be taking two days off? I hope it's not a problem!!
  14. IDOXLR8

    IDOXLR8 Senior Member

    Well, I didn't make Paul & Lynn's event with the 68 Corvette and need to make this one with the 72 GS :beers2: , AL.
  15. ric

    ric Well-Known Member

    Yes that is true, but adding other weather factors (temp, Bar, humidity) the altimeter actually shows below sea level. Last years' event when the racing started my TAG Weather Station was showing about 100 feet below. Either way it is one of the closest to sea level tracks in the country without factoring other related weather results.
  16. ric

    ric Well-Known Member

    What I found relating to sea level, judging from this I would guess the track is somewhere between sea level and 534 feet above without other related weather factors.


    Cecil County is in the northeast corner of Maryland, south of the Pennsylvania line and west of the Delaware line. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 418 square miles (1,082 km²), of which, 348 square miles (902 km²) of it is land and 70 square miles (181 km²) of it (16.69%) is water.
    The southern part of the county is mainly flat. North of U.S. Route 40, the terrain becomes hilly, with the most rugged hills occurring in the northwestern and north central parts of the county. The lowest elevation is sea level along the Chesapeake Bay. The highest elevation is 534 feet just below the Mason-Dixon line near Nottingham, Pennsylvania just east of U.S. Route 1.


    Better yet straight from the track info. The standing non weather relating elevation 320 feet

    Track Size Quarter-mile racing surface with 1/2 mile shutdown area located on 100 acres.
    Track Type Asphalt and concrete with 550 ft. launch pad.
    Track Elevation 320 ft.
    Track Season Open March - November.
    Contact Cathy Crouse / Jim Halsey
    410-287-5486 / 410-879-1822
    Location 1916 Theodore Road
    Rising Sun, Maryland 21911
    First Race April 1963
    Spectator Capacity Bleacher seating for 4,000 people.
    Pit Capacity Room for 350 vehicles with trailers on pavement. Room for an additional 350 vehicles with trailers on 45 acres of grassy area.
  17. Joe65SkylarkGS

    Joe65SkylarkGS 462 ina 65 Lark / GN

    Well I got it back together yesterday. I let all the sealers cure overnight and fired it up today. I had too much crank pressure with the baffleless gromets on my evacuation system and it was pushing oil out my dipstick tube!! After figuring it out, I cut the gromets open and it looks good.

    And my bud brought me his open 20 foot trailer. Nice with a solid floor.

    So weather permitting, we will be there thursday night.
  18. RIVI1379

    RIVI1379 Well-Known Member

    i am planning on going up Saturday, but the forecast is looking like sh!t.
    figures, but that is still a few days away...let's keep our fingers crossed.
  19. Joe65SkylarkGS

    Joe65SkylarkGS 462 ina 65 Lark / GN

    Yea it's not looking good right now.
  20. 68TriShield

    68TriShield Have a Cigar!

    If a bunch of you are coming down,regardless of weather,we should at least meet up for dinner something...

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