A friend of mine, (Mike K) whom produces under Dialedntv
was filming throughout the mains. I've checked the website out and unless I'm blind I can't see anything regarding that subject. Perhaps a video maybe in the works later down the road, I'll have to ask him later this week.
For those of you that do not know whom Mike was, he was the gentleman that was conducting interviews, questions and answer on both Friday and Sunday during the event. The Tent/Booth setup near the canopy section was Mike from Dialedntv. You can check Mike out and more every Thursday at 7:30pm EST via the live in call talk show.
On another note, I had a blast at the 2011 Nationals. Consider this is one of the larger events and the first national level race I've done I have a lot to learn before next time!
First and foremost, a huge thank you goes out to each and every single person that helped Jackson RC get to where it is today. Without your time, effortless dedication and support, this event would have not gone down as memorable. Thank you to all that spend hours, prepping, painting, mending and preparing the track for this event, I must say that your efforts have paid off tremendously.
Secondly, a sincere thank you to the following people over that weekend, (In no particular order) Mr. Jones, Mr. Horton, Mr. Hunter and Mr. Goncalves (Chassis support), and anyone else I've failed to mention.
Thirdly, a huge thank you for the effortless support and devotion of the RMT Team whom flew in from all parts of the country to ensure this event was a success.
Even though my end results weren't what I anticipated, the entire crew made the 2011 ROAR Nationals an event to remember. Hopefully more events of this caliper can emerge from this track. Take care everyone, and thank you sincerely, Jackson R/C for hosting the 2011 ROAR Nationals.