Congratulations to Oliver Colteryahn in winning the GSE class in Bowling Green at the 25th anniversary of the GS Nationals. Ollie edged out Bruce Kent in an awesome side by side 9 second and some change final round. That is the first time a final round went in the 9's. On Saturday Ollie went on to win runner up in the Quick 16 Big Block class! Awesome! I have to say Great job to all that attended. This year was the fastest and one of the biggest fields ever. We had a few new comers to the class, Jeff Kitchen, all the way from Florida, Lawrence Clark, from the windy city and Jim Rodgers from Georgia, who has been a big promoter of the class over the years. Steve Steele, who has won the class the last two years, had the challenge of driving two cars this year. Tim Haefner was unable to attend due to a last minute obligation, and since his car was already in Bowling Green, arrangements were made to get it down the track. Gary Laughlin even came in to make few runs. Bobb Makley was trying to work out the bugs in his brand new car. By the 7th run or so on the new car (Saturday, too late for GSE competition) he was able to go rounds in bracket 1 dialing a conservative 10.10.