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Thread: Open G7 Main

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    Open G7 Main

    AFTER 4 HEATS:

    MSP - 552
    Jose Mario - 545
    Horky - 543
    Juha Yli-Sipola - 541
    Beuf - 534
    Forrest Watchers - 495
    Boyt Johnson - 484
    Josef Korec - 466

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    Open G7 Main FINAL

    1. Beuf - 1089
    2. Jose Mario - 1079
    3. MSP - 1068
    4. Juha Yli-Sipola - 1064
    5. Horky - 1043
    6. Forrest Watchers - 962
    7. Josef Korec - 959
    8. Boyt Johnson - 786

    Beuf was in 7th place after the 2nd heat and cranked it up to run 150 on orange and reel in the field. More news later.... :-)

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    Good Job to all the racers making the main

    what happened to forrest if anyone knows looks like he had some problems

    Congrads to Beuf 150 on orange looks like a pretty good heat
    what kinda race laps was he turning

    What about concourse im sure beuf took that too...

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    Thumbs up Congrts Beuf

    Way to battle back, This guy is a true warrior and a champ.

    Ron

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    That's it Baby Boy!

    Must've been a huge battle and I can't hold back....Beuf the ultimate World's Champ! 5 European & 3 USA in the main...must've been really tough. GREAT RACE PAUL!

    Thanks again to the Port Jeff crew for the show!
    Last edited by CruzinBob; 05-24-2004 at 10:41 PM.

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    Congrats to Beuf

    Also to all the racers who competed.. Thank you guys back there for all the updates and results. It's given me something to read after work this weekend. Like others, I wish I could have come to the race but the OWH helped ease the pain.
    Again congratulations to Beuf. Good job my friend. I guess that would be an all Koford car.
    What a field of racers!! Great week of racing. Safe trips home to all. Pat Ularte

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    Great Race!

    Congratulations to Beuf for an outstanding race. Watching him run 150 laps on orange was just staggering! But all the racers in the main deserve congratulations for making the main... good job guys!

    And many thanks to Doug and Erkle and the Port Jeff crew for hosting a great race, as they always do. I hope they take a day or two off!

    I have some pictures of the Open race that I posted on my web site for anyone who is interested.

    http://www.SBSlotcars.com

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    Re: Great Race!

    Originally posted by SkinnyBoy
    And many thanks to Doug and Erkle and the Port Jeff crew for hosting a great race, as they always do. I hope they take a day or two off!
    I showed up to watch qualifying and saw Doug looking quite refreshed. When I asked him how he felt after almost two weeks of race directing, he told me:
    "I got 11 hours of sleep and then got laid. I feel GREAT!"

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    Re: Re: Great Race!

    Originally posted by Jazzyj


    "I got 11 hours of sleep and then got laid. I feel GREAT!"
    Looks like I need to re-negotiate
    What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but anything you catch comes home with you!

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    Best Come Back Race you will EVER see!
    9x National Champion

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    Rpark:

    As I was pitting for Forrest, I can tell you what happened to him. It would probably be easier to tell what didn't.......

    Anyway, he bent the $hit out of the chassis, more than once. One of those times, required pulling the car during the heat, so I could get it straight enough that it wasn't bottoming out. He also had to do a mid heat change on the gear. He was using a metal gear, and the ring of teeth broke off the hub. He made it very easy on me pitting the quarter and the semi, but made up for it in the main.
    Scott

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    Scott

    thanks for the info im sure i will be taking to forrest sometime this week thats to bad look like he was running real good in the first two races

    Tough luck you know

    PS not sure if you remember me i'm the younger guy racing one motor open here in so cal and hopefully going to tulsa to race semi pro this year

    When are you going to come back down?

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    forrest had the fastest laps of the race just couldnt keep it together..he hit a few 1.8s in the race
    9x National Champion

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    1.8's in the race

    I know forrest has got some good motors probably has some of the best in the world

    robert park

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    I am deciding now, if I will be coming out to race for the June race. There is an RC race here, the same day. I am leaning towards slots, because there is RC racing a lot more regularly than slots. Trying to talk a friend of mine into coming out to race one motor as well...
    Scott

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