Where Are They Now: Doug Shanahan, Men’s Lacrosse/Football
How did the training camp invite from the New York Jets come about?
It’s the second day of the NFL Draft, and I was with my agent and my family at my brother’s house. As the rounds are going on, we’re waiting for the call. In the final round, the phone rang, and it was the Indianapolis Colts, and they said that they were going to draft me with their next pick. When I hang up the phone, the whole family starts jumping up and down. We’re watching the picks go by and then we see the Colts on the clock, and they pick a safety from Miami. So I’m thinking ‘Well, maybe they’ll select me with another draft pick’, and the draft ended. It was very disappointing, especially after speaking with the guy. Someone must’ve gotten overruled somewhere.
I got a call the next morning from the Jets, who were on the Hofstra campus at the time. My agent called me and said ‘Why don’t you go ahead and walk over to the Jets facility, they’re gonna sign you’. So I walked through the guard gate, which was the first time I ever did that because the Jets had their own security. I walked into the offices, and there was a secretary there who had my contract. She passed me my contract, I signed it, and I left a New York Jet.
The 2002 World Lacrosse Championship was around the same time as New York Jets training camp. What was it like splitting time between those two?
That was one of the best times of my life, as a competitor. When I was with the Jets, they originally weren’t going to let me go to Australia and play for Team USA. It had been close to a year since I’d played lacrosse, since I stopped playing after I won the Tewaaraton and had focused on just football going into that season. [Army Head Coach] Jack Emmer was the head coach for the 2002 Team USA, and lucky for me he was also drafted by the Jets in the 1960s. So the Jets had originally told me no, because I had asked, and because the way the World Games had fell was in the Fall, and I would’ve only missed a few voluntary sessions.
But the way things worked out, it being one year since 9/11 and having a West Point coach as your coach who had been drafted by the Jets, and long story short he had written a letter without me knowing. He had gotten the letter to Herm Edwards, who was the coach of the Jets at the time, and to this day I don’t know what that letter said. I had come out of a film session with my position coach at the Jets facility, and I’m walking down the hall, and Herm comes walking down the hallway and goes ‘Hey Doug, how are you doing? By the way, we’re going to let you go.’ I thought I was going to get cut! He said it was the right thing to do.
I remember Team USA training camp at Stanford, and I hadn’t had a stick in my hand for close to a year. I remember how tough those practices were, I was getting checked and losing the ball. Thankfully we had a week-long training camp, because I was able to find my footing.
So between training camp with the Jets and training with Team USA in California, I’ve also got my brother’s wedding in New York. The team goes to Australia without me, so I’ve got to fly all the way back across the country for his wedding, which was a great time, and then I have to fly to Australia all by myself.
Being a young kid at the time, I didn’t realize Australia’s seasons were opposite of ours. So I remember landing in Sydney from California wearing shorts and a t-shirt and it was snowing! I had to head outside in the snow and run to the terminal to fly to Perth, which is like flying LA to New York.
So I played in the World Games, and it was very successful for myself and the team. I was able to win MVP and be named All-World, it was a great time. I think to this day I’m still the only player to win the Tewaaraton and be named World MVP.
When I got back to the Jets, there was another form of communication between Jack Emmer and Herm Edwards, because after one of our team meetings and Herm called me up to the front of the room and gave a presentation to the room about me and all that I accomplished in Australia while representing the country.
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About Doug Shanahan: American lacrosse player (1975-)
Doug Shanahan (born January 11, 1979) is a professional lacrosse player who is a midfielder and faced off for the Long Island Lizards of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) during his professional career. He attended Hofstra University, playing both football and lacrosse in college.
From 1997 to 2001 Shanahan was a standout in both lacrosse and football. As a defensive back for the Pride, Shanahan was honored as a 3 time All American in football. In 2000, he was also a Buck Buchanan Award finalist which is given to the top defensive player in Division 1AA. Following his senior year, he was signed as a free agent with the New York Jets. Shanahan had an impressive tryout only to be released as the final defensive back on the last day of camp. During the same summer the Jets allowed Shanahan to go with Team USA and compete in the World Lacrosse Championships in Perth, Australia. Shanahan turned down several football offers from the Canadian Football League to pursue his career in the MLL. At Hofstra, Shanahan also was a 3 time All American in lacrosse, was named the NCAA National Player of the Year and won the McLaughlin Award as the nation’s top midfielder. In 1997, he was named the America East rookie of the year. In 2001, he was the inaugural winner of the Tewaaraton Trophy, which is presented yearly to the nation’s top college player.
Shanahan was a member of the 2002 U.S. World Lacrosse Championship title team, in which he received All-World and Championship MVP honors. He was also a member of the 2006 USA World Lacrosse team.
He was drafted by the Bridgeport Barrage (1st overall) in the 2002 MLL Supplemental Draft. He played with Barrage through the 2005 season, helping the Barrage capture the 2004 Major League Lacrosse Championship. He was acquired by the Chicago Machine in the 2006 Expansion Draft (1st round, 4th pick) from Philadelphia
Shanahan also played a half season during the New York Saints last year of the National Lacrosse League in 2002, where he recorded 7 goals and 4 assists in 8 games.
Doug Shanahan was head coach of the Glenbrook South Titans of Glenview, Illinois from 2006 to 2008. In his inaugural year as head coach, Shanahan led the Titans to a 4th-place finish in the IHSLA Lacrosse state championship tournament. In his two years at Glenbrook South, Shanahan lead the Titans to the playoffs and finished with an overall record of 26-10, the following year the Titans ended up with a 2-15 record. In 2008, Shanahan also coached lacrosse at the University of Illinois, where he took a 1-5 lacrosse team to an 11-7 record after he was named head coach. That year, the Illini finished in MCLA Division 1 with a ranking of 21st in the nation. In 2009, Doug Shanahan signed on as the new head coach for the Fort Lauderdale, Florida Pine Crest Panthers, leading them to a 12-6 record. Similar to his high school and college days Doug also was a part of the football squad as the Quarterback coach. In 2013, Shanahan left Pine Crest to coach at St. Thomas Aquinas as Asst Head Coach. Shanahan took the Raiders to the Final Four in 2014. Recently, Shanahan has accepted a position at St Brendan as Asst. Athletic Director and Head Lacrosse Coach in the fall of 2014. St Brendan a new program is sure to be a power house in due time.
Shanahan taught at Pine Crest Preparatory School in Ft.Lauderdale for 5 years(FL). He is a teacher and boys lacrosse coach. 2014- Currently at St Brendan High School Miami Florida, Asst Athletic Director. In June 2015 it was announced that Shanahan would be joining Legacy Travel Intl. as a lacrosse consultant.
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Who is Doug Shanahan:
Doug Shanahan is a famous American lacrosse player. He was born on January 11, 1979 and his birthplace is Farmingville New York.
On Buzzlearn.com, Doug is listed as a successful Lacrosse Player who was born in the year of 1979. He is also ranked in the richest person list from United States. His first name is “Doug” and his last name is “Shanahan”.
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|Full Name||Doug Shanahan|
|Date of Birth||January 11, 1979|
|Place of Birth||Farmingville New York|
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Doug Shanahan’s birthday is on 11-Jan-1979 and was born on Thursday. He is 42 years old. Doug sun sign is Capricorn and his birth flower is Carnation & Snowdrop.
|Day of Birth||Thursday|
|Year of Birth||1979|
|Birth Sign Duality||Passive|
|Birth Sign Modality & Element||Cardinal Earth|
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Doug Shanahan Net Worth:
Doug Shanahan’s net worth or net income is estimated to be $1 million – $5 million dollars. He has made such an amount of wealth from his primary career as a Lacrosse Player.
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|Annual Salary||Under review|
|Source of Income||Lacrosse Player|
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Western HC Doug Shanahan Featured By His Alma Mater! — Florida Lacrosse News
Author’s note: very nice interview with Doug from the Hofstra web site. To be simultaneously playing for Team USA in a World Championship while also nearly making an NFL team as an undrafted signing is quite the double and likely never happens again!
Where Are They Now: Doug Shanahan, Men’s Lacrosse/Football
By Nick Kapatos
Recruited out of Sachem North High School in Sachem, New York, Doug Shanahan enjoyed a distinguished career on both the football field and the lacrosse field as member of the Hofstra football and men’s lacrosse teams from 1997 to 2001. Shanahan was a part of six NCAA Tournament appearances for the Pride – three in football and three in lacrosse – including a quarterfinal appearance in lacrosse in 2001.
On the lacrosse field, Shanahan was a three-time All-American and took home the inaugural Tewaaraton Award for the best men’s lacrosse player in the country, the Lt. Raymond Enners Award for the most outstanding men’s lacrosse player, and the McLaughlin Award for the best midfielder in college lacrosse. Shanahan was a three-time First Team All-America East Conference selection and was named America East Most Valuable Player his senior season. Shanahan finished his illustrious lacrosse career at Hofstra with 95 goals and 44 assists for 139 points and a Hofstra-record 450 ground balls.
On the gridiron, Shanahan was a two-time All-American at the free safety position with 279 career tackles, 13 interceptions, and five defensive touchdowns. In 2000 he was named a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award for the best defensive player in Division I-AA. He was offered a training camp contract with the New York Jets and was one of the final players cut from the team roster before the 2002 season.
Shanahan was selected first overall in the 2002 Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft by the Bridgeport Barrage, and he enjoyed a 12-year MLL career playing in Bridgeport, Philadelphia, Chicago, Long Island, and Florida. He also represented his country at the 2002 and 2006 World Lacrosse Championships, winning the gold medal in 2002 and earning Most Valuable Player distinction.
Shanahan is currently the head coach of the Western High School boys lacrosse team in Florida, and was named head coach of Team England in September 2019.
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|Birth Date||January 11, 1975|
|Birth Place||Farmingville, New York|
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90,000 is it possible to build a wall on the southern border of the United States at the expense of the Pentagon – RT in Russian
US Army soldiers sent to the border with Mexico on the orders of Donald Trump in 2018 will remain there until September 2019. This was reported at the Pentagon. Earlier, the head of the White House said that he would be able to build a wall on the border with the help of the military with money from the defense department, introducing a state of emergency. Subsequently, he abandoned this idea. Experts do not exclude that the president will return to this option, but at the same time they note that the costs of building the wall will become too large even for the American army.
The Pentagon announced that the period for the deployment of US troops on the border with Mexico will be extended until the end of September 2019.
“In response to a request from the US Department of Homeland Security on December 27, 2018, Acting Secretary of Defense Pat Shanahan decided to extend US Department of Homeland Security assistance until September 30, 2019. The US Department of Defense will reorient efforts at the southwest border from strengthening checkpoints to mobile surveillance and detection, and will continue to install barbed wire between checkpoints. Air support will also continue, ”the Marine Corps Times quoted a statement from the US Defense Department.
Pentagon officials also said that they could not yet specify how many more troops will be sent to the border with Mexico.
There are 2350 American troops and about the same number of National Guards on the southern border of the United States. They were sent there at the end of October 2018 at the request of President Donald Trump and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to protect border crossings from infiltration, where caravans of refugees and migrants from Central America were soon to arrive.
Several US Army and Marine Corps units have been involved in border security by erecting barbed wire fences and providing support to IDF border agents in Texas, Arizona and California. Initially, the military presence at the border was supposed to be phased out by December 15, but then it was extended until January 31, 2019.
All or Nothing
The topic of illegal migration and the insecurity of the southern border of the United States is central to the presidency of Donald Trump. The American leader has repeatedly stated that he will not allow participants in caravans with refugees to enter American territory, and called the situation an “invasion.”
Having ordered to send the military to the border, he also stressed that he would give them the right to use military weapons in the event of clashes with refugees.
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In response, the president’s political opponents from the Democratic Party accused him of fanning xenophobic sentiments and fears of the midterm congressional elections, which took place in November 2018 – a few days after Trump’s decision to send the army to the border.
However, the main stumbling block between the president and his political opponents in the US Congress was the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico, which Trump promised his voters to build during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The refusal of the Democrats to vote for the draft budget, in which the White House included a clause on the allocation of $ 5 billion to finance the construction of the wall, led to a shutdown – the suspension of the services of the US federal government.
The current shutdown has become the longest in the history of the United States – it has been going on for more than three weeks.
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Earlier, a number of American media reported that, in addition to sending soldiers to maintain security at the border, the Pentagon was preparing for another scenario – building a wall with its own hands.
“The Department of Defense is investigating the available agencies and funding mechanisms to identify options that would enable the construction of the border fence. Since there was no announcement of a state of emergency, further comments on this issue will be inappropriate, ”USA Today quotes the words of the Pentagon spokesman, US Navy Captain Bill Speaks.
In the event of a state of emergency, Trump can order the allocation of funds for construction through the Department of Defense, for which he does not need congressional approval.The president himself stressed that he has every right to such actions.
- Trump during a visit to the border with Mexico
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“The law on this matter is clear – I mean that we have every right to impose a state of emergency in the country,” Fox News quotes him.
Soon after this announcement, Donald Trump went on a visit to the US-Mexican border. He was accompanied by the commander of the United States Corps of Engineers, Lieutenant General Todd Semonite. It is this military organization that will build the wall if the plan with the introduction of the state of emergency is implemented.
At the same time, The Washington Post, citing sources in the White House, reported that Trump “urged” the engineering troops to find out “how quickly contracts can be signed” and whether the construction of the wall can begin within 45 days.
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To implement such a project through the Pentagon, the adoption of a defense budget is required, which is part of the larger US federal budget, Vladimir Batyuk, chief researcher at the Institute of the USA and Canada, recalled in an interview with RT.
“It has not yet been adopted. So even the decision to involve the army in this venture may run into a lack of funds. The US defense budget for the coming 2019 does not include the cost of building this wall. Five billion is a lot of money even for the budget of the American army, ”the expert noted.
Members of the congressional armed forces committee from both parties opposed the possible introduction of the state of emergency. For example, Texas Republican Congressman Mac Thornberry said that he opposed the misuse of the military budget, and hoped for the president’s “prudence”.
Democratic Senator Doug Jones, in turn, noted that Congress and US citizens will regard such actions by the Trump administration as an abuse of power.
After that, Donald Trump said that he would not impose a state of emergency for the time being in order to implement his project, but again recalled that he had the right to do so.
“I’m not going to declare a state of emergency, it’s too easy. Now I have every right to declare it, but I am not going to simply because it is too simple, ”the US President said.
“Deepening the crisis”
Despite the extensive public discussion in the United States on human rights and refugee assistance, the problem with incidents on the border has not gone away, says political analyst Alexander Asafov. The expert added that, despite Trump’s refusal to impose a state of emergency, this option has not been removed from the agenda.
“Therefore, the presence of US Army personnel there will not be superfluous. It is worth remembering that American authorities and law enforcement agencies do not take on any business without careful planning and additional options.Despite the fact that Trump refused to introduce a state of emergency, the option of building a wall with the help of the military has not been removed from the agenda, ”the expert said in an interview with RT.
The current goal of Donald Trump is to “put the squeeze” on his political opponents and get it through the federal budget as it should be, Asafov notes.
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“Eta is saved, and he still plans the options and calculates them – not one can be discounted. He may suddenly agree to the introduction of an emergency regime, and then these military men will immediately find themselves in action. As for the period of their stay, it will be extended in six months, since the situation at the border will remain tense, even if Trump builds this wall, ”the expert said.
The fact that the situation has reached the point of talking about the introduction of a state of emergency, the use of the army and the military budget indicates a deepening internal political crisis in the United States, Vladimir Batyuk noted in an interview with RT.
“When the army begins to be drawn into internal political squabbles, this is evidence that the cold civil war that is now going on in the United States may at some point cease to be cold. Then the situation will be absolutely unpredictable and much will depend on the form in which the army will be involved in this internal political conflict. In any case, it will be the strongest demoralizing factor and a sharp weakening of the military-political positions of America, ”Batiuk suggested.
Dynamic Lung Tumor Tracking for Stereotactic Ablative Body Radiation Therapy
Promising early clinical trials with stereotactic radiosurgery led clinical trials investigating ablative radiation for the treatment of lung cancer 25.26. Experience has led researchers to use ablative radiation from various types of tumors to metastasize to the lungs 27.28. The new ESLT platform introduces a radiation delivery system especially adapted to the treatment of moving tumors.
The new platform provides ECLT with invisible X-ray treatment, which is created using a linear accelerator mounted in a rotating gantry O-ring. The gimbal allows the pan and tilt-move of the linear accelerator, providing dynamic tracking of tumor movement on time.Dual kV cross-plane x-rays are acquired before and during treatment to ensure 6 degrees of freedom for patient positioning. In one plane and non-coplanar, the unique degrees of freedom improve the delivery of a high dose of radiation to cancer targets while minimizing the radiation dose to critical internal organs. It is assumed that the treatment will sterilize the targets of cancer cells without irreparable damage to normal cells by reducing radiation associated toxicity. Future research on the new ESLT platform will document any gains in targeted control and any reduction in side effects.
Initial experience with new platform show ESLT promise 10. Nuances of dynamic lung tumor tracking continue to be explored; However, some generalizations are obvious. Lung tumors showing movement less than seven millimeters may be better treated with a composite ITV plus a 5 mm dilatation approach. For lung tumors showing 7 mm or more vertical translation, a dynamic tracking approach using GTVp plus 5 mm expansion may be better for treatment.Further research defining these boundaries is needed. In addition, 18 F-FDG PET images are superimposed on the 3D CT image of the datasets, usually increasing the volumes of the composite ITV. This approach assumes the volume of Expansion due to the 18 F-FDG smear signal occurs within 3-5 min of the bin PET scanner time. 40% cut-off 18 F-FDG clinical target volume was studied and was used in one of our programs 1. Further studies characterizing whether 18 F-FDG PET imaging adequately reproduces tumor hysteresis is necessary.Finally, up to 3 lesions in one lung may be considered for treatment at one time. Otherwise, a consistent approach is done.
Dynamic tracking on the new ESLT platform uses motion correlations of a lung tumor model to predict lung tumor motion up to 40 ms into the future. The position and speed of the infrared body and respiratory markers are included in the model. A marker detection rate of 70% in acquired kV X-rays is a prerequisite for dynamic tracking.Fiducials are tracked in three dimensions (i.e., X, Y, Z). Images taken with kV X-ray units are automatically recorded and compared in real time. Observed delays in dynamic tracking due to limitations in pan and tilt of gimbal-hardware, software processing and positional control work of x-ray kV units. Research investigators are working on improving tracking latency.
During delivery of radiation using dynamic tracking on the new ECRT platform, it is important to keep an eye on the fiduciary marker of drift.Trends in confidence marker drift beyond predefined 3 mm tolerances in either direction towards operator-driven treatment pause or in automatic beam hold. If a pause in treatment occurs, it is recommended that operators allow the resumption of quiet breathing for the patient’s next few breaths, and then treatment resumes until the recovery pattern correlates. If the pause is unsuccessful, repositioning the patient, motion detection infrared breathing marker, kV marker detection, correlation simulation rebuilding are done to continue treatment.In our experience, breathing model correlations are accurate for ir 7 min, often limited to patient tension or relaxation while resting on the treatment table.
Questions remain unanswered. What are the consequences and radiobiological mode of cell death in normal cells and cancer cells that occur after an ablative dose of radiation? Why was it so difficult to combine high-precision organ-preserving radiation with radiosensitizing chemotherapy? Although it is important to investigate other delivery conditions for organ-preserving radiation to the chest, it remains unclear whether ablative radiation can provide equivalent therapeutic efficacy as thoracic surgery.Indeed, thoracic surgery is more common and an approved technique for eradicating tumors in the lungs when conventional therapies are already being applied. Here, a new platform provides ESLT with innovative non-invasive therapies for women and men with lung tumors, showing movement.
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|Rachel Winkle-Wagner||University of Wisconsin, USA|
|Tara Yosso||University of California – Riverside, USA|
90,000 Acknowledgments. Protection against hackers of corporate networks
We would like to thank those who helped us create this book, in particular: Sondra Scott, Executive Editor, who solved many problems during the creation of the book; Laurie McGuire, our most patient editor,
Thanks to all the Hungry Minds staff, especially my editors: James Russel, who showed a lot of attention and patience with this book, and Jade Williams and Kelly Oliver. I am grateful to the company
We would like to thank all the technical people at Google who are tirelessly improving the quality of our products. We are delighted with the open and distributed culture of governance and technical organization at Google, which has allowed us to freely explore and
Acknowledgments for the Second Edition Common sense dictates that the second edition requires half the work of the first.But common sense is wrong. Although a significant part of the text of the book migrated straight from the first edition, even this part was
Thank you for assistance in writing this book to Artur Petrosyan, head of the Di Art design studio, as well as to Tatyana Makarova, a professional interior designer. The information provided by Di Art studio allowed me to fully disclose
Thanks to Aaron Kanda for posing the question that led to this article.Thanks also to Jack Reeves, Herb Sutter, Dave Smallberg, Andrei Alexandrescu, Bruce Eckel, Bjarne Stroustrup, and Andrew
Any work in our time is difficult to do alone. It is good when there are people ready to support the initiative.Therefore, I would like to name those without whom this book could not have been born. First of all, we must thank the publishing house “Piter”
This project would not have been possible without community involvement. The author admits that without outside help, writing this book would have been an impossible task and thanks everyone who provided all possible help.Philippe Martin – Translated this document into DocBook / SGML format.
Darren Crawford, Bobby Travis for their kind permission to host their systems as examples. Daniel Gold for his book “Evernote®: The unofficial guide to capturing everything and getting things done,” which was the inspiration. Erbol for the design of this book.Daria for
The authors are grateful to Olga V. Frolova and Victor Kustov. We also thank all employees of the publishing department of JSC “DIALOG-MEPhI”: Oleg Alexandrovich Golubev, Natalia Dmitrieva, Elena Vinogradova, Kuzminova
First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to the Database Systems (DBS) group of the Research Center for Informatics (Forschungszentrum Informatik, FZI) at the University of St. Karlsruhe, where I was lucky enough to work. This book was written mainly thanks to
I would never have written this book if it weren’t for Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt. Their book “The Pragmatist Programmer. The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master became a catalyst and inspiring force. If it weren’t for Dave’s support and guidance, I would be
I would like to thank the following people for their contributions to Pretty Good Privacy. Although I was the author of PGP version 1.0, the major parts of the subsequent versions were done by many people from different countries under my general supervision. Branko Lankester, Hal Finney and Peter Gutmann
This book is an indirect result of the foresight of Amit Göran. We are grateful to him for doing his best during his time at the Department of Homeland Security (and later) to raise awareness of software security issues.
90,000 IDC 2017 Final: Master vs. Master! – Drifting – Blogs
Watching the IDC and the BDC (British Drifting Championship) feels “close to the roots.”Yes, there are quite expensive cars and sponsorship of pilots, but there are also enthusiasts who travel every stage with literally their last money. And such a simple guy with burning eyes can really impose a fight on better-off competitors in doubles.
Just look at this photo from the final races of the second stage of IDC: Jack Shanahan vs. Chris Brady, who assembled his AE86 just a week before the stage. Yes, then Shanahan won, but Brady became a real hero among fans of the series.
One of the most famous cars in BDC and IDC is Phil Morrison’s (founder of the Driftworks brand) AE86 with a Nazar-made V8 under the hood.
Return of the Hero
The final stage promised to be especially entertaining and meaty, because two-time IDC champion and three-time Drift Allstars champion James Deane returned to play on his home ground. He was accompanied by his fellow BudMat Auto (Polish DMGP Championship) and Worthouse Drift Team (American Formula Drift Championship) Piotr Wenzek.
Peter rented Darren McNamara’s Silvia S13 for the show. There is a tradition in Ireland: invite foreign pilots, give them this “Sylvia” and offer to defeat the local guys.
Traditionally, IDC rounds are held on a three-day schedule. Friday is completely devoted to acquaintance with the judicial task and the track, on Saturday qualification and pair races of the “amateur” class Pro-Am take place, on Sunday qualification and pairs in the class Pro.Pro-Am participants who have made it to the Top-4 at a stage will be eligible to try their hand at the Pro qualification the next day. If a Pro-Am participant not only qualifies, but wins the Pro doubles, he will receive a Pro license ahead of schedule. The main opportunity to get the right to permanent participation in the top class is to take a prize in the Pro-Am overall standings at the end of the season.
Duane McKeever fatally killed his 200SX during Friday training.Friends came to the rescue and in one day (Saturday) they assembled a new 600-horsepower engine from scratch in the Stone Motorsport boxes from scratch, put it in Dwayne’s car and tuned it up.
The track configuration was well known to the regular IDC participants, but it didn’t make it any less complicated. During acceleration, the pilot sees from the car only the roof of the main stand. An error in setting in most cases led to an uncontrolled flight onto the lawn and into the fence. After the first shift, it was necessary to slow down and correctly go to the arc.If the pilot went too wide, the rear wheels fell from the asphalt onto the concrete shoulder, lost grip and the car either turned around or was carried out onto the lawn.
On Saturday (23 September) qualification and pair races of the Pro-Am class took place. Conor Shanahan won the 2017 IDC Pro-Am Champion with a Pro-Class license.
In Pro-class races, Conor needed to climb as high as possible, and ideally reach the final, defeating his brother, in order to win the DSS series, which combines the last two stages of BDC and IDC.
Alas, Conor was eliminated in the Top-32, and his brother Jack went further, first obtaining the title of the IDC 2017 champion, and then the victory in the DSS series.
At the semi-finals stage, young (17 years old) Thomas Kylie (second place in the season) tried to give the final fight to Jack and gave his best, but the elder Shanahan was already unstoppable on his way to the final with James Dean.
Just watch how close Jack came in in the first of the finals!
As the commentators clearly noted, if before the battle of Shanahan and Dean was called “student against teacher”, now it is “master against master”.
Note: Prior to the 2017 season, IDC and BDC canceled the One More Time races, replacing them with the One More Run, which must be run on the same set of tires. The owner of the best position in the qualification chooses whom to go – the leader or the pursuer. Although IDC / BDC encourages aggressive and close driving, in the two seasons, 50% of the OMR were won by the leaders and 50% by the pursuers.
Conor Shanahan won his first victory in the Pro class at the final stage of the BDC.At IDC, Conor took his first title. Jack Shanahan has added the IDC and DSS titles to his piggy bank. Three seasons, four titles.
If the Shanahan family can find partners next year to secure the brothers’ performances in other European series, they will be more than capable of repeating James Dean’s victorious stride.
James, after winning the IDC final, begins preparations for the final of Formula Drift 2017. At the beginning of the season, the Worthouse team did not count on serious results, considering the season as a sighting.Dean himself modestly hoped to bring home at least one podium cup. And … Four wins and 96 points of leadership over the closest rival in the championship (with a maximum of 107 per stage). In order for James Dean to become a Formula Drift champion, he only needs to qualify and start in the Top-32. But he got a taste again and is ready to swing for 5th victory in a season to become the Formula Drift record holder for the most victories in a year. It will be hot!
Photo: Irish Drifting Championship