2004 Carlisle Award Winners

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2004 Carlisle Award Winners

Post by webmaster » Tue Jun 08, 2004 9:17 am

Carlisle Productions Award Winners:

The following are Carlisle Productions Award winners. These are judged by a 'Public Opinion' ballot vote to determine the best car in each class. The "Fun Field" awards are then made in a drive through award ceremony at the main grandstand on Sunday afternoon. It's quite a sight to see several hundred best in class cars drive in front of the stand and get their award from Bill Miller.

Congratulations to all:

1985 XR Stock
1st Place: Sean O'Conner
2nd Place: Glenn Hipszer
3rd Place: Frank Cheh

1985 XR Modified
1st Place: George Schults
2nd Place: Simon Matthews
3rd Place: George Schults

1986 XR Stock
1st Place: Joe Gianello
2nd Place: Jeff Lynch
3rd Place: Jim Gosses

1986 XR Modified
1st Place: Ian Glyn Jones
2nd Place: George Schults
3rd Place: Phil Marshall

1987 XR Stock
1st Place: Rob MacDonald
2nd Place: Joe Gianello
3rd Place: Phil Dorsey

1987 XR Modified
1st Place: Steve Munk
2nd Place: Norm Tannehill
3rd Place: Jason Yancey

1988 XR Stock
1st Place: John Holliday
2nd Place: Larry Hallenbeck
3rd Place: Mike Oyler

1988 XR Modified
1st Place: Mark Hamilton
2nd Place: Mike & Matt Rutherford
3rd Place: Brad Anesi

1989 XR Stock
1st Place: Paul West
2nd Place: Tom Tocco
3rd Place: Scott Williams

1989 XR Modified
1st Place: Ushangy Khemsurov
2nd Place: David Godfrey
3rd Place: Phil Dorsey

1988-89 Scorpio Stock
1st Place: Al Lim
2nd Place: Saul Rivkin
3rd Place: Mike Ruth

1988-89 Scorpio Modified
1st Place: Steve Radosevich
2nd Place: Mike & Matt Rutherford
3rd Place: Saul Rivkin

Celebrity Pick Award: Steve Munk's 1987 XR


Award winners not present at the Sunday award ceremony will received their plaques in the mail.

Paul West

PS: Over the nine years of Carlisle shows, we have amassed a large database of both IMON/MCA award winners and Carlisle Productions award winners. I have done my best to organize these and display them on the web site, but the list is not complete. Is there someone who will volunteer to organize both the Carlisle Productions 'Fun Field' awards and the IMON/MCA awards? We may need to contact Carlisle Productions or search the old IMON list archives to fill in the missing data.

Contact me if you are interested.
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Carlisle MCA Award Winners

Post by webmaster » Tue Jun 08, 2004 10:55 am

MCA Award Winners:

George Schults and the team of judges did a great job on Saturday and 23 awards were handed out at the banquet. The innovative engineering and high standard of cars made the selection difficult and it's amazing to see pristine cars show up at Carlisle for the first time. Al Lim's 12,000 mile Scorpio and Dave Godfrey's V6 conversion are just amazing.

Daniel West put together a presentation for the awards dinner so attendees could see pictures of the cars as the prizes were announced. This presentation will be on the web site soon so everyone can see pictures of the winning cars.

Congratulations to all the winners and a special thanks to Larissa Khemsurov for all her work at the tent over the years. Larissa, from Miami, was the first recipient of the Eve Ziminski MCA Spirit Award.

XR4TI Stock Class:

1985 Best in Show Glenn Hipszer

1986 Best in Show Jim Gosses

1987 Best in Show Rob MacDonald

1988 Best in Show John Holliday

1989 Best in Show Paul West


XR4TI Modified Class:

1985 Best in Show George Schults (Blue Car)

1986 Best in Show Nathanial Williams

1987 Best in Show Steve Munk

1988 Best in Show Mark Hamilton

1989 Best in Show Ushangy Khemsurov


Scorpio Stock Class:

1988 Best in Show Johnny Hinkle

1989 Best in Show Al Lim


Scorpio Modified Class:

1988 Best in Show Steve Radosevish

1989 Best in Show Saul Rivkin


Special Awards:

Furthest Driven To Carlisle Johnny Hinkle

Best Work In Progress Sarah Rutherford

Best Engine Compartment Gerge Schults (Yellow Car)

MCA Member Of The Year Award Jerry Chandler

Roland Zuk Innovative Technology Award David Godfrey

Most Outrageous XR4Ti in Show Simon Matthews

Most Gorgeous Scorpio in Show Steve Radosevich

Best MCA Merkur In Show Phil Dorsey

Eve Ziminski MCA Spirit Award Larissa Khemsurov

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Post by jasonty » Tue Jun 08, 2004 6:40 pm

i was just thinking...... how about a 20 aniv. award for Russ H. maybe it would give him some perspective about how much we appreciate all of his efforts and that we do support HIM....if you know what i mean
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Post by XR4Timan » Tue Jun 08, 2004 7:58 pm

Where are the pics??
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Post by Ed Lijewski » Thu Jun 10, 2004 2:04 pm

"Best Work In Progress Sarah Rutherford"

Gotta agree with that!

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Post by Paschek » Sat Jun 12, 2004 2:08 pm

Ed Lijewski wrote:"Best Work In Progress Sarah Rutherford"

Gotta agree with that!

[P.S. How did her car do?]
I'd have to say I almost fell in love. A cute girl Merkur owner that seems very close to my age, with a nice award winning XR. What more could I ask for? :lol:

I was disappointed that I didn't get to mingle, meet, and congratulate as many owners as I would have liked to...tight schedule. But I did meet few over the Saterday. Next year will be different when I'll have more time and my XR with me!!

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Post by John Brennan » Sat Jun 12, 2004 5:38 pm

Is America ready for its first Merkur wedding? :D
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Post by DPDISXR4Ti » Sat Jun 12, 2004 7:47 pm

John Brennan wrote:Is America ready for its first Merkur wedding? :D
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Post by Colin » Sat Jun 12, 2004 7:58 pm

Stef and Sarah: till Guibo do us part. :shock:
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Post by Paschek » Sun Jun 13, 2004 2:58 am

Colin wrote:Stef and Sarah: till Guibo do us part. :shock:
Phil's prototype guibo looks like it'll last forever!! :lol: :lol: :oops:
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Post by John Brennan » Sun Jun 13, 2004 4:53 am

"With this guibo, I thee wed. You may now torque the bride." :lol:
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Post by mhamilton » Sun Jun 13, 2004 10:39 am

The MCA could add another award, Merkur Family of the Year Award. I think the Rutherford family would be the 1st winners. Plus they had "ford" at the end of their name. Can a whole family receive the MCA member award?

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Post by DPDISXR4Ti » Sun Jun 13, 2004 11:21 am

mhamilton wrote:The MCA could add another award, Merkur Family of the Year Award. I think the Rutherford family would be the 1st winners. Plus they had "ford" at the end of their name. Can a whole family receive the MCA member award?
I think pretty much anything is possible. More often than not, we make the rules up as we go! :lol:

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Post by Ed Lijewski » Mon Jun 14, 2004 11:30 am

DPDISXR4Ti wrote:
mhamilton wrote:The MCA could add another award, Merkur Family of the Year Award. I think the Rutherford family would be the 1st winners. Plus they had "ford" at the end of their name. Can a whole family receive the MCA member award?
I think pretty much anything is possible. More often than not, we make the rules up as we go! :lol:
Great; we've been waiting to hear that.

So, how 'bout adding some new classes to the runway, er, show field competition?

For example, the obvious one would be "Ms. Merkur".

Or, to differentiate a bit, Ms. Scorpio, and Ms. XR.

Then, picking up on how the showfield competition is organized, we could have Ms. Merkur, 1985, Stock (original, with tummy and cellulite).

And, Ms. Merkur, 1985 Modified (boob job, nose job, liposuction, e.g.)

And so on....

I bet we'd even draw contestants from the crowds at the other Ford marques present at Carlisle. The mind boggles at the potential. :shock:
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Post by mhamilton » Mon Jun 14, 2004 7:48 pm

[quote="John Brennan"]Is America ready for its first Merkur wedding? :D[/quote]

I think Erik and Taryn or Peter and Rose have that title
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