Texas EOS


Round 1 Race Report

The 6th season of Texas’s premier electric on-road race series got underway this past weekend with the opening round at Banana Raceway in Dallas, Texas. This year’s series consists of 5 races across the best tracks Texas has to offer. To emerge as the coveted series champion at the end of the season, racers will have to conquer tracks ranging from small indoor high-bite carpet tracks to large outdoor asphalt circuits. This weekend, the best electric on-road racers in the state, featuring former national and international champions, descended upon the high-bite carpet track at Banana Raceway. The event saw a full field of 75 drivers across 6 different race classes.








In the premier Modified TC class, current national champion Chris Adams put on a clinic in the A-Main with a perfect run to back up his TQ position. In the largest class of the event, 17.5 TC, Chris Kemper drove the most consistent race in the final, which earned him 1st place ahead of TQ pace setter Andrew Doherty. The second largest class in the event was USGT where 6th place qualifier Chris Jones would mount a large come from behind charge to claim victory from the early race leaders. In the 17.5 1/12th scale A-Main, TQ setter Johnee Fenimore would post the fastest single lap time on his way to securing 1st place in the A-Main. In F1, A-Main winner Doug Bryson would be bested by Robert Bremer for fastest lap, but the unshakeable consistency of Bryson lead to a convincing victory. Finally, a first for the TEOS series, 25.5 TC made a successful debut, with Larry Meyers pulling away from the rest of the field for the win.


Modified TC Top 3:

    1. Chris Adams – Xray
    2. Steve Breuer – Xray
    3. Andrew Doherty – Xray













17.5 TC Top 3:

    1. Chris Kemper – Awesomatix
    2. Andrew Doherty – Xray
    3. Steve Breuer – Xray














USGT Top 3:

    1. Chris Jones – Serpent
    2. Billy Land – Xray
    3. Jeff Whiting – Capricorn
    4. TQ – Jose Moreno














17.5 1/12th Scale Top 3:

    1. Johnee Fenimore – Roche
    2. Doug Bryson - RSD
    3. Konosuke Koguchi - RSD















F1 Top 3:

    1. Doug Bryson - Exotek
    2. Robert Bremer - Exotek
    3. Jose Moreno – Xray















25.5 TC Top 3:

    1. Larry Myers - Gizmo
    2. Joe Maxey - Associated
    3. Steve Crane – Xray