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Old 04-18-2007, 11:01 PM   #241
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AY, Mandy, Harsh, Scotty and several others literally "cleared" the bar. Within minutes, everyone (non-R/C) that was there had either moved or left.

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harsh--chevys?

...I was in a gang ese
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Old 04-19-2007, 07:14 AM   #243
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yes. You get one with entry plus you can preorder up to 2 additional sets.
Kewl thx ...that's what I thought.
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Got a few???

How big are the pits spaces?


Where can we see if my sign up are got there?

What is the handout motor for stock and 19t?


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Old 04-22-2007, 05:53 PM   #245
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Got a few???

How big are the pits spaces?
Bigger than a bread box, smaller than wisconsin

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Where can we see if my sign up are got there?
When you show up at the race, if you're not allowed in then they didn't get your signup

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What is the handout motor for stock and 19t?


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Old 04-22-2007, 06:14 PM   #246
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The pit spots are BIG right now, set up for offroad with plenty of room, but that could change for the nats.
I am going to talk to Eddie0 about pitting us Masters next door in the cheer leaders school, wouldn't be a good place for all those "young" racers. :sneaky

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Old 04-26-2007, 05:45 PM   #247
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So any work yet on pit size??


C_O: I do not think so; you do not want to give the old farts a heart attack.
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Old 04-27-2007, 07:41 AM   #248
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So any work yet on pit size??


C_O: I do not think so; you do not want to give the old farts a heart attack.
I would hazard to guess that most of us "old fart's" hearts can take a lot more than yours.
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I would hazard to guess that most of us "old fart's" hearts can take a lot more than yours.
Being a Master does not qualify one as an "old fart". It takes years of practice...
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Old 04-27-2007, 09:52 AM   #250
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Pits are about 30x18 or so.....not huge, but not small.....tons of power....pretty much impossible to blow a circuit.

We have extra room for additional pits as well if needed...


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Old 04-27-2007, 11:16 AM   #251
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Just level out the Offroad track and you can easliy seat another 250 people.....
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Good idea.. The plan is to cover the off road track though to eliminate any dust kicked up by the wind/airflow through the building.
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slow going so far on the entry count..... gotta get the entry flyers in so the tire order is accurate..

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Due to unforseen circumstances, the 2007 ROAR On Road Electric Nationals will not be held at Peel It Raceway as previously stated on the ROAR website and on the entry flyers.

The National Event will be held at Seattle Indoor Raceway. The same weekend as planned. This track is very close to the airport racers flying in will be using.


The venue will be held at Seattle Indoor Raceway.
Phone:: (425) 251-6119
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7633 S. 180th St.
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Website: www.seattleindoorraceway.com
Email: [email protected]

Hotel accomodations previously made in the Marysville area should be cancelled. Doug, the owner of SIR, will be emailing me soon a list of hotel contacts in the airport area and I will post it here and on the ROAR website for those needing to make arrangements.

The event WILL be held the same weekend and nothing else has changed. The tire selection will more than likely change and that information will be published in the next day or so as well.

The track owner of Peel It Raceway regrets the necessity of this change but for the best of ROAR and our racers, the event must be moved.

Each entrant to date has been contacted personally by telephone. If you have not received a phone call from me, this would indicate I do not have a copy of your entry flyer. Please check with [email protected] to see if it has arrived. (he emails me copies of the flyers so I have contact info)

I can be reached at [email protected] should you have any concerns or questions.

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thanks.. was just getting to that...

contact [email protected] or 425 251 6119 for track details and d[email protected] for other ROAR information.

All entry forms received have been contacted to notify the racer of the venue change and all entry flyers received after this point will be contacted as well.

Hotel accomodations are also listed on the RC Tech thread mentioned in the above post and a link is posted on the ROAR website as well.

This track is in the same region as the former host, in fact, much closer to the airport. The dates have NOT changed.
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