May 9, 2009
Electrathon of Tampabay race at Tampa Bay Tech High School

All photos courtesy of Electrathon of Tampa Bay
    Green Fare Electrathon Festival Race Results                                                                                                                          May 9th, 2009
Race 1                                                                                Race 2
PlaceTeam                         Laps Place            Team                      Laps
1stTiger Racing #4              99    1st            USF ASME #132        104
2ndHCC Hawks #8030       98*    2nd           Tiger Racing #4          101
3rdBrandon Eagles #09      97     3rd            Brandon Eagles #09     97
4thUSF ASME #132            96     4th            HCC Hawks #8030       95
5thKing Lions #19               86     5th            King Lions #19              86
6thMiddleton Tigers #034   81     6th            Middleton Tigers #034  80
7thTampa Tech Titans #42       63    7th            Astronaut High#94        15
8thAstronaut High#94          27
*Includes 1 Lap Penalty

Overall Rankings                                                   High School Rankings
PlaceTeam                                Total LapsPlace     Team                  Total Laps
1stTiger Racing #4                       200              1stBrandon Eagles #09 194
1stUSF ASME #132                      200       2ndKing Lions #19          172
2ndBrandon Eagles #09               194       3rd Middleton Tigers #034    161
3rdHCC Hawks #8030                  193       4th Tampa Bay Tech #42 63
4thKing Lions #19                         172       5th Astronaut High #94     42
5thMiddleton Tigers #034                   161
6thTampa Bay Tech Titans #42     63
7thAstronaut High War Eagles #9442

Eight racers lined up on the track at Tampa Bay Tech high school.

Two races were run on this day; each one was an hour long.
Middleton HIgh School brought out a unique design!
This was the entry from Hillsborough Community College. 
Rodney "The Tiger" Schreck was back in action.  He is a privateer from the Miami area. Today Rodney ended up in a tie for the overall win with the USF ASME team. 
From the ASME chapter at the University of South Florida, #132 won event #2 and tied for the overall win. 
Tampa Tech gets their game face on!
The King HS Lions ended the day in second place among the high school teams.
Brandon High School had a pair of third place finishes, which gave them the win in the High School division.
Titusville's Jim Robinson had just completed another brand new, hand-built car.