I'm sure the Gone Postal team was discouraged from the breakdowns, but at
least it will make for some good TV footage. Also, I was most impressed to
see the axle shearing, belt breaking torque! That much torque was even
beautiful than the great paint job.
I apologize for not knowing the names, but the two motorcycles that raced
I thought did quite well. Awesome burnout by the one with the skull and
cross bones, and times near 13 flat.
CA POP E ran near 14 flat. It is most impressive it still has most of its
front and rear trunks! Amazing how that thing can hide 20 batteries!
It looks like Current Eliminator was running steady 12.somethings,
apparently he was bracket racing.
I liked the production look of the 2 RX7s. The Fiero wasn't the fastest
car there, but I think you might be able to pick up its battery pack with
one hand! Well, that's maybe a slight stretch, but the pack is tiny, made
little lantern sized batteries. (Fieros are near and dear to me as I used
Most impressive underhood display: The Silver 280ZX with its three motors.
Are they supposed to be twisted a bit, or was that some metalwork courtesy
of massive torque?
The leaning three wheelers were neat to watch, and had impressive factory
There was a small sea of electric scooters in the pits.
Hopefully that touched on all the vehicles, my apologies for not knowing
names, or if any vehicle got left out.
My thanks to all the racers that came, it made for a great show. My 7 and
8 year old kids had a great time, too.
Crew Chief & Pilot: Rod Wilde, owner of
EV Parts in Port Townsend, WA,
pictured below, wearing the team shirt, for sale exclusively on his