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Old 11-16-2006, 10:49 AM   #196
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VERY Hard to Believe.......
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Old 11-16-2006, 01:14 PM   #198
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Not really. Texas has A LOT of nitro racers that love Mike to death and that Region has always has a huge voter turn out.

I would have though Eddie would have more votes from a popularity contest standpoint but the end result is not much of a surprise.
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Not really. Texas has A LOT of nitro racers that love Mike to death and that Region has always has a huge voter turn out.
HA...I find that very hard to believe...Seems everything I read about gas racing, Texas and Queller in the same sentence is all bad

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Old 11-17-2006, 09:27 PM   #200
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Dawn you came in as the promo director under Rick Wilson who as I said he would did nothing, as promo director you did nothing, you have done nothing in your job now and your are telling us all here and now how great it is going to be. SO when are you going to do something good for ROAR except tell us good things are coming down the line for rank and file dues paying members? So sorry to say XX walks action talks.

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Old 11-18-2006, 03:55 AM   #201
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Texas has A LOT of nitro racers that love Mike to death and that Region has always has a huge voter turn out.
Are you SURE you want to say that? What percentage of membership did ROAR "report" voted?

ROAR needs an flushing. Look the fact is excom has made it harder for "fresh" ideas to come in by keeping people out with silly rules about who can be on the excom. You can get in if you served enough in the upper levels of ROAR to be elected give me a break those rules were designed to keep people like Dawn in who do nothing but crap on the sport for her own strange amusement.

Why is it that RC PRO has done SO MUCH better then ROAR has done with less people in a shorter amount of time? Because they do not have time for people who are there just to be there. The ROAR RMT is a joke rip off of RC PRO.

Tme for ROAR to sell out to AMA or RC PRO and get the ball rolling.
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Old 11-23-2006, 10:35 AM   #202
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AdrianM - This is a sugguestion from a newer member to R/C...

When posting the National locations, could ROAR include with the name, the address, phone number or web site...

Dirtburners - I have no idea what State or how to find out if this reasonable distance to attend or just to go and watch.

I'm sure that others that have more time in this hobby know the location of the bigger tracks, but in this case I know of a number of people in my area that would like to attend a race, if it is close to them... for some 700 miles may be ok, but others it may be only 200 miles...

Anyway, I think you get my request...
Nationals with track information is now listed.
http://roarracing.com/nationalraces.php
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