Where should I begin...
Scott K.: Man, the way you ran this Nationals you would think 301 is your home track! Much respect for winning again at 301 Raceway. We're always happy to have you run here and spread the word about the facility.
Mike S.: All the hopes of the Mugen faithful at 301 were riding with you man! You ran great qualifier times and had the lead, but time and unforeseen occurrences befall us all. Wish it could have been a better outcome, but you did us proud.
Paolo: I watched the A Main with 2 Serpent faithful drivers. Even being a Mugen driver myself, you did not disappoint. Congrats.
Eli: All week, the money in the Masters was between you and Keely. Even though he had some problems in the main, you still drive teh wheels off that car. Congrats and much respect.
Bob Van Wag: How you manage only to run the big events and still be right in the mix I'll never know, but it's a testament to being consistent. Great run.
Mike K: Although you were stoned faced most of the event, and it didn't end quite the way you wanted it to, you made 301 proud. Much props and respect for all your work on and off the track. a true gentlemen and scholar.
Vince: You're the main reason I made it to the track Sunday. After seeing you made the main online, I had no choice but to high tail it up there, regardless of what was going on at my house! The entire 301 massive was pulling for you. Even without the win, watching you drive on 3 1/2 wheels was something to behold. Congrats on representing 301 at the highest level.
To all the 301 crew and the NYC crew that came out (way too many to name right now) a healthy round of applause and THANK YOU for coming out to support the track maintenance before and after the race and putting on a show for everyone. Good to see that on road racing is not dead yet!
Ted X in the orange ROAR shirt: The best announcer in the biz. I can see you on the call at an F1 race or Le Mans. As usual, you made the race something special. Whether you were at the track or watching online, you knew what was going on in every heat, every main. Keep doing what you do, buddy!
Finally, the man with the plan, Mr. Chris Whitney. As often as you hear the tanks, it's probably never going to be enough. From having the dream and drive to get the Nats at 301, to all the work you had to get done before, during, and after the race to get the facility over the top, and all the help you gave to everyone that needed it, all while putting it down in a class you don't even run that often (remember, you're a SEDAN guy! We still need you to hold the fort!), it was a sight to behold. Your tireless work and attitude permeates thru everyone that runs at 301 and continues to have an impact felt across the nation. In a time where off road gets most of the attention, you've managed to put together a track and organization that has hosted and/or put on world class racing every year. From the seasoned pro to the beginner, everyone feels welcome at the track, and a large part of that is because of your hard work. Thank you, thank you and THANK YOU.