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Pro-Line Drivers on Top at LCRC Raceway for ROAR Region 2 Series


May 2nd, 2015 was the 2nd stop for the ROAR Region 2 Series in at LCRC Raceway in Oakland Mills, PA. The weather could not have been better for the top drivers in ROAR Region 2 to put in some fast laps on the track. This would be the first weekend out for the father and son team of Jason and Ethan Mackanick for the 1/8th season. With 154 entries for the event,  Pro-Line drivers were represented in all of the 1/8th classes. Those drivers included Devin Chesney, Anthony Mazzara, Brian Miskolczi, Jason Mackanick and Ethan Mackanick.

Ethan Mackanick would be making his debut in the 1/8th nitro buggy class this year. Running a Mugen MBX7r powered by the O.S. Speed B2101, he would qualify first in the B-Main and have to race his way into the feature event. Early on in the B-main race, Ethan would get some pressure from Brian Mikolczi, but was able to withstand the battle and continue to pull away with Zach Sinclair in chase. Ethan and Zach would bump into the A-main feature starting in the number 11 and 12 positions respectively. The 30-minute A-Main feature would start under the lights and this would be the first time for Ethan to run a longer main with fuel stops factoring into the equation. Ethan would progress throughout the race and make his way up the ladder to finish in the 4th place position running on X3 Holeshots behind Sinclair who finished 3rd. An admirable accomplishment for his first weekend out with the nitro buggy. Anthony Mazzara would put his Losi 3.0 buggy onto the podium in the number 2 position.

The 1/8th Nitro truggy class was dominated the entire feature by Anthony Mazzara. Brian Miskolczi would finish 2nd on the podium in the class behind Mazzara. Devin Chesney made it look easy in both of the 1/8th electric classes taking  the buggy (Tekno EB48) and truggy (Tekno ET48) wins. Anthony Mazzara would finish 2nd in the 1/8th electric buggy class behind Chesney. Rounding out the drivers in the A-main features would be Jason Mackanick in his Tekno ET48 finishing 6th in the 1/8th electric truggy double A-Main features.