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FastCats FALL CLASSIC TROPHY RACE Nov. 11-13

FastCats FALL CLASSIC TROPHY RACE Nov. 11-13

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Old 10-21-2005, 08:27 PM
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Default FastCats FALL CLASSIC TROPHY RACE Nov. 11-13

check out the flyer http://www.fastcats.ca/FALL%20CLASSI...ER%20final.pdf and for registration and drivers list check out www.fastcats.ca
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Old 10-22-2005, 12:56 AM
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Awesome! I'll be going. If there's a track that is like the Indoor Champs in Cleveland, this is it.
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Old 11-05-2005, 08:02 PM
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please register by 6pm on Sunday....check out the drivers list....the Calandra gang is coming to join our 1/12th scalers!
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I just checked out pics of your track on your website, very nice. What do you use for the boards on the track?
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Originally Posted by Andrew Gray
I just checked out pics of your track on your website, very nice. What do you use for the boards on the track?
The track boards are made from a Teflon-based plastic ... assembled to create a seamless type barrier system. The really great thing is that the boards do not "catch" the wheel-nuts on your car when you make a mistake - rather, your car just grazes along - really neat design.

If you have the chance, you have to race at this place. We just finished running the Fall Classic - which was pretty well attended, and with the amount that the owners have invested (time and resources for the drivers) into this place, I'll go as bold to say that it must be one of the best purpose-built indoor tracks in North America.
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duckman996, you have a PM. Thanks.
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Sorry for the delay...I have now posted the results of the weekend race! We had a blast thanks to all who came, and raced or watched, for supporting the race and making it the Fall Classic! www.fastcats.ca
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for all you canadian guys i'm working on a special price with the canadian distributor for xray. if you pre order a T2 by dec 9, 2005 you can receive a free set of jaco tires(jac2160 and jac 2156) contact your local hobbyshops and pre order a T2 help support your local hobby shop. when pre ordering at your local shop tell them to ask their distributor about the special offer. canadians supporting canadians
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