Clubloose’s Game of Table

 Last Friday night I headed up to Englishtown Raceway in Old Bridge, NJ to hang out with Bill Petrow,  holder of the 2WD record at the Mount Washington Hill Climb, at Club Loose’s Friday Night Drift party and a Game of Table.  What is a Game of Table you ask? Well, you place a table in the middle of the track,  and the drivers drift at the table one at a time. The competition itself is bracketed and the driver whose car’s door handle is closest to the table without hitting it outside the designated area wins the challenge.  Each car enters at the same point, and is meant to rotate at cones roughly 40-50 yards away and maintain the drift until reaching the table.

During practice runs, Bill Petrow stopped just 11 inches from the table and almost perfectly parallel.

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Willie Ortega came in just barley too hot and knocked the table

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Hitting the Table looses the round

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Geoff Stoneback made it through and won.

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But before the Game of Table started there were a few hours worth of drifting for drivers from A, B, and C groups.

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Eugene Domnich

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AJ Muss

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Eddie Spivak

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Michael Brewer

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 Adeel Afzal

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Willie Ortega

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Rob Anderton

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Skyler Strohm

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 Geoff Stoneback

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Steve Angerman

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Jordan is a computer programmer and photographer based out of Atlantic City with a passion for stage rally. His photos have been featured in press releases by Ford Racing, Rally America, NASA Rally Sport, American Rally Cross, as well as articles in Hand Brakes and Hairpins, ByBillyWood.com and several other publications. Extremely dedicated to grass roots rallying, he aims to use his photographs to draw more competitors, volunteers, and spectators to US stages.