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Old 10-04-2007, 10:30 PM   #376
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btw....Teemu won the IIC mod/foam class running brushless/5-cell
And he was also on Parma tires!!!!!
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Old 10-04-2007, 10:33 PM   #377
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Teemu is a great guy. I wish I could have been there to watch the race but it sounded awesome!
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Old 10-05-2007, 06:12 AM   #378
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Motor City, New Jersey. It is with great pride and exuberance that Trinity Products Inc. announces that once again we will be the major sponsor for Mike Boylan’s Snowbird Nationals. It is being held at an all new hotel Jan 29th-Feb 3rd at the Radisson Resort in Orlando, Florida.

The Snowbird Nationals has arguably been known as the premier event in R/C Car racing for many years and Trinity is once again very proud to be associated with this premier event and the Boylan family.

The entire Trinity team as well as their Chief Executive Officer, Ernest Provetti will attend the event. Please stop by the booth to see all of our new products, free give-a-ways or just to talk! Stay tuned for more details coming very soon.
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Motor City, New Jersey. It is with great pride and exuberance that Trinity Products Inc. announces that once again we will be the major sponsor for Mike Boylan’s Snowbird Nationals. It is being held at an all new hotel Jan 29th-Feb 3rd at the Radisson Resort in Orlando, Florida.

The Snowbird Nationals has arguably been known as the premier event in R/C Car racing for many years and Trinity is once again very proud to be associated with this premier event and the Boylan family.

The entire Trinity team as well as their Chief Executive Officer, Ernest Provetti will attend the event. Please stop by the booth to see all of our new products, free give-a-ways or just to talk! Stay tuned for more details coming very soon.

Oh well so much for brushless rubber
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I am sure Ernie and Mike will come to an agreement to allow brushless motors in Modified as they did last year. There is no need for negativity or subjectivity
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I am sure Ernie and Mike will come to an agreement to allow brushless motors in Modified as they did last year. There is no need for negativity or subjectivity
Lesson learned from the Indoor Champs?
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Old 10-05-2007, 07:19 AM   #382
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Brushless motors were allowed at the Indoor champs last year!
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Old 10-05-2007, 07:40 AM   #383
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I am sure Ernie and Mike will come to an agreement to allow brushless motors in Modified as they did last year. There is no need for negativity or subjectivity

I was talkin about 19 turn class
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My apologies for misunderstanding your question. Brushless equilvant 19T's and Stock's are anything but 19T and Stock. Hand out motors is still the best way to control spec racing. Now If there was a brushless 19T class then I could see having that class.
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The L-main king is still looking for a masters class. Some of us old farts can't hang with the Nintendo/Playstation generation. Young whipper snappers reflexes are too good! Anyone who's bought 45's knows what I mean,,,
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There is also a 24 hour McDonalds 2 blocks from the hotel on 192.
Oh great....say it ain't so...!!!!
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Thanks Chad for the press. A big thanks goes out to Trinity for their support of RC racing and the Snowbirds. Trinity has always been a big supporter of the 'birds since the 1st carpet race at the Ramada seven years ago (and even back when it was in Tampa). We look forward to another great event with them on board, and with our new venue, possibly the best one yet!

I will be working on classes and don't expect any big changes. Last year was one of our best events yet. We did allow brushed/brushless last year in mod and will this year also for road. Handout stock has always been one of the biggest classes and 19 turn also. Always great racing! And the rubber classes went great last year so those will be coming back too.

New site coming soon. Counting the days! Entry will be out mid-late November.
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driving mini coopers doesnt sharpen reflexes...it desroys them!
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I will be working on classes and don't expect any big changes. Last year was one of our best events yet.
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Thanks Chad for the press. A big thanks goes out to Trinity for their support of RC racing and the Snowbirds. Trinity has always been a big supporter of the 'birds since the 1st carpet race at the Ramada seven years ago (and even back when it was in Tampa). We look forward to another great event with them on board, and with our new venue, possibly the best one yet!

I will be working on classes and don't expect any big changes. Last year was one of our best events yet. We did allow brushed/brushless last year in mod and will this year also for road. Handout stock has always been one of the biggest classes and 19 turn also. Always great racing! And the rubber classes went great last year so those will be coming back too.

New site coming soon. Counting the days! Entry will be out mid-late November.
The class list is the what I'm looking for first.. So I can start planning...

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If you had all the mini coopers in the same heat that would be pricless!! Hell, I'd bring mine down just for that...

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F1 would be great.....
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