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Old 08-18-2007, 04:14 PM   #31
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Yes but you were trying to set the mesh and it kept loosening up. Don't know why it kept doing that.
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Old 08-18-2007, 05:48 PM   #32
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i might try to make it down tomorrow for some 4wd action.
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Edited for language, and perhaps you should understand the content as well. Consider the harm these posts can have on the industry in general, a hobby that we all do enjoy.

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Yeah, that 's good news. But saizzz who ? I don't see the owner posting this infor. For all we know, it 's still month to month.

This could be just another publicity crap to bring back some business.

What are you getting out of this Frankie ? I never liked you or your driving.
you are never gonna be world class. Funny how you throw tantrums after getting beat fair and square.

Now, that Rookie boy is something else. After 1 year of driving, he can spank you driving with bald holeshots. And he doesn't look like a geek.

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Why so angry, can't you get along and be happy your track is not closing?

Open up a new track? good luck with that, take a page out of AZ's book, a new good track requires: Lots of money, and land far from this planet.

See Tuscon and East California aka The Nitro Pit (great tracks).
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Old 08-22-2007, 09:04 AM   #35
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Yeah, that 's good news. But saizzz who ? I don't see the owner posting this infor. For all we know, it 's still month to month.

This could be just another publicity crap to bring back some business. I 'd have preferred that they closed so some one else that cares can try to open a new track.

What are you getting out of this Frankie ? I never liked you or your driving.
you are never gonna be world class. Funny how you throw tantrums after getting beat fair and square.

Now, that Rookie boy is something else. After 1 year of driving, he can spank you driving with bald holeshots. And he doesn't look like a geek.

Not sure who this is or why you don't like me, but I am sorry for whatever I must have done to deserve this hateful slam.

If we don't race at Socal, there isn't anywhere else to race. They ARE OPEN, and having races weekly. I just want to see people out at the track enjoying the hobby I enjoy! See you all there!!
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Not sure who this is or why you don't like me, but I am sorry for whatever I must have done to deserve this hateful slam.

If we don't race at Socal, there isn't anywhere else to race. They ARE OPEN, and having races weekly. I just want to see people out at the track enjoying the hobby I enjoy! See you all there!!
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If there's a good turnout, socal will continue to have sucess. How many track owers post anything on the forums. It's up to us to keep others informed. The Supercross is one of the best races around.
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Yes but it's up to the owners to handle advertising and protomional stuff. Socal doesn't do any of that. I don't know how much longer they can stay in business.
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Yes but it's up to the owners to handle advertising and protomional stuff. Socal doesn't do any of that. I don't know how much longer they can stay in business.
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ya socal lives had 16 peopie on sunday 2 heats
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Socal is what it is because of its racers. Many track web sites haven't updated in a long time. We learn about events on the forums not from ads. Do you think track owers make a lot of money? They would if we support them by racing. Socal is almost a 2 hr drive for us or we would race there more often. You only get better by racing better drivers and Socal has alot of skilled drivers.
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Bob, what is going on with the local racers. If I lived in the area, this would be the place to race. Maybe they had to go to church.
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Even if you don't or can't commit the time to race, you can have a blast runnin your cars on either of the tracks just for fun.

You have offroad and onroad side by side like NO other place anywhere!
Practice days are some of the most fun I've had.

Racin is still the best but I just can't make the time to stay and race these days so I throw a car or two or three (got a 2w, 4w, truck and touring car ready to go) on either of the tracks when I get a chance to feed the Jones!

Gordo, you sound like a disease, bad for the hobby. You should stay away then. Did someone spoil your play day or something?
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Socal is what it is because of its racers. Many track web sites haven't updated in a long time. We learn about events on the forums not from ads. Do you think track owers make a lot of money? They would if we support them by racing. Socal is almost a 2 hr drive for us or we would race there more often. You only get better by racing better drivers and Socal has alot of skilled drivers.
I strongly agree. The owners would do advertising if they have enough money to do so. I think right now they only have enough to keep the track open. And like you said, it's up to us to spread the word and keep the track alive.
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