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Thread: 2005 American Flat Track Worlds

  1. #61
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    HRK, You can count on it my Jedi brother, might come and see at your cart races too, I'll tell u my butt is still dragging.

  2. #62
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    dragging???

    Hey don't forget to lock your front door!!!!!!
    I've sent you a pm.
    Hey Brit, don't put away that sedan yet.
    Yea dragging aint the word.
    For others that might take the time to read these post, please
    help support the OWH by getting into the Mammoth raffle.

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    shamless plug for Paul.


    Kev
    Racer on ice!

  3. #63
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    Sedans Rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Keep in mind not for the faint of heart
    Last edited by returnoftheJedi; 06-21-2005 at 07:43 PM.

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    Ruler Jedi knight....

    Mike:

    You styling Jedi Aviar you.

    Raymond

  5. #65
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    Cool 2005 AFTW

    Well fellow racer's , I sure hope that that word is out on what
    a great event so many of you missed. Yeah the cost of going outa
    town keeps going up but try and schedule it for next year.
    You too could be a SpeedShop Boy!

    HRK
    Racer on ice!

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    I like the look of that sedan class... too bad slot racing is offizially dead There are no good roadcoarses anywhere anymore. I wouldnt mind picking up a controller if there was just a nice track around :-/
    www.idwurks.com

  7. #67
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    Cool

    Nice BIG turnout this year....LOL...maybe if you guys change to the new USRA body rules it will increase attendance at next years Flat Track Worlds....lol

  8. #68
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    Hey Ron, kinda rude don't you think, do you really think that's why the turn out was low, maybe it was Father's day....maybe it was money or maybe you wouldn't be fast enough....
    Last edited by returnoftheJedi; 07-01-2005 at 05:33 PM.

  9. #69
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    Cool

    Originally posted by returnoftheJedi
    Hey Ron, kinda rude don't you think, do you really think that's why the turn out was low, maybe it was Father's day....maybe it was money or maybe you wouldn't be fast enough....
    Wasn't trying to be rude, just pointing out the facts of the low turn-out.

    Yes maybe Father's Day had something to do with it. I would never schedule a race on Mother's Day let alone Father's Day.

    I think the turnout was low for several reasons. Less racing turnouts around the US, high travel costs, lack of promotion, etc.etc.

    Would I be fast enough? Hmmmmm not sure, racing is not my bag anymore, but the last time I raced at the Nats ( Portland 2004 the last time I raced ) I won, so I would think I could fast enough if I wanted to.

    Besides, how fast can you be not running USRA "Ultimate" bodies?? LOL

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    Question

    Ron:
    #1..maybe if you guys change to the new USRA body rules #2...how fast can you be not running USRA "Ultimate" bodies...#3...racing is not my bag anymore, but the last time I raced at the Nats ( Portland 2004 the last time I raced )

    You have me confused. You recommend classes with USRA Ulitmates or is it Nats 2006 USRA GT1 bodies but don't race anymore yourself? Tell you what if you make up some nice purdy looking legal GT1 bodies for next Nat's then keep the current rule. Swing OWH viewers some pictures of the two bodies you do have ASAP-- the 088 2k2 Mercedes and the 062 333 GT1. Make em real purdy now.
    Theres less than 30 days left for submiting some bodies for approval so carve and mold away. Need some help? You will never know the body rule may stick for years and two bodies selections is a shallow inventory. Who knows after the Euro race all classes may switch to GT1 bodies.

    By the way the Flats race was fun and low key which is nice in this day and age. You would have enjoyed it.

    Raymond
    Last edited by Slapshot; 07-02-2005 at 02:59 AM.

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