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Old 05-05-2013, 08:02 PM   #391
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Thanks to Tim and the whole Village crew for the great event and track. I had a great time!
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Thanks to Tim and the whole Village crew for the great event and track. I had a great time!
what Seth said plus, thanks to all the sponsors that helped make this event possible

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So many thanks go out to the great team of people that helped to get the Nats accomplished.

Thanks to Bob for the great track work, always there before everyone else to make sure the racers had just the right amount of traction.

Thanks to Robert Cooper for so many tasks that he took care of.. from the permit to actually getting the Village to allow this race to happen.

Billy Dzama and Dependa...ble Electric. A ton of hard work to ensure all of the racers had power.

John Kwasigroh did a ton of heavy lifting, he was there early, doing the crap that people just don't like to do, and never pushing back. Then he spent the whole day taking shit from racers in Tech.

We could ALWAYS count on David Baptiste to be there to help with the track. If we needed something done, Dave was there.

My father in law Jim, he did an outstanding job in Tech, he was an important piece of the puzzle, to make the day flow.

Thank you everyone !
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And of course The racers that spent their hard earned money to attend the race. For the most part, the racing was clean and very close. We really appreciate that people chose to come to our event and would like to think that they will come again some day.
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And of course all of the sponsors to this event.

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Old 05-06-2013, 06:44 AM   #396
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Dear ROAR National,

Awesome racing this passed weekend. I had lots of fun. This was my first national race. And hope not to be my last.

I only raced 2 classes. VTA and WGT. I only made B main in VTA but placed 2nd in it.

In WGT I made it to the A main. I qualified 7th but managed to finish in 4th. Not bad for my first ever national racing ever.

Plus my first time ever touching a WGT car. I had just put the car together on Wensday night. Wanted to practice with it on Thursday but we got rained out. So had to wait til race day on Friday. Had some bugs in it. But got them worked out. I have to give a big thanks to Bull Frog Racing with helping me set up my WGT. I even had a few other racers give me props for this being my first national racing and placing how I placed in WGT. Thanks for the positive vibes.

I hope next time we could have an F-1 class. Thanks again for an awesome weekend and good times that I will never forget. 3 days of back to back racing. Now back to our local track here and tear it up. I am sure this event made me a better racer over all.

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Old 05-06-2013, 06:46 AM   #397
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Last but not least,

Jimmy Babcock, Nick Black and Steve McLaughlin. They ran the program clean and fast. Though there were some gripes on the internet about this and that, those call were not made by the team on site.

It really is a thankless job, and they did it well.
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Congrats Tim Potter and crew on the success of this ROAR nationals. You deserve to be recognized for all that you do for the RC community down there in SoFla.
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:57 AM   #399
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And JConcepts...Ha

We had a great time all weekend and the track was amazing! Thank you to Tim Potter and the Village crew for stepping up and taking on an event that nobody seems to want anymore and were willing to put up with all the nonsense that comes with an On-road ROAR National.

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PW... I must of cut and pasted an old list... but Jconcepts should have been in there...

I think the Scalpel class was a much needed injection of FUN !



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Thanks to Tim Potter and crew for a excellent job. We had a great time ! Congrats to the new champions ! Finally got to meet Tim's son !!!! What a good kid.
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Just wanted to thank the entire Village Raceway crew for the awesome race, track was great the entire time. It stormed all of Thursday and the track was ready for practice early on Friday morning.
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Couple of small gripes...yeah, I'm "that guy", but how are we gonna get better?

A/C in trailer was too cold, I almost needed a jacket.

Satellite was always on Speedvision, can't we watch 'Fresh Prince" once in a while?

Too many raffle prizes...it took forever to get my stuff!

The level of competition was intense, I got sunburned cause I didn't want to miss any mains.

Outside of those few things, the race was great! Thanks again!
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What was the hot 17.5 motor in TC since D3.5 where not allowed?
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And Team EAM.

Thanks for the awesome event! Great work by the entire crew to get the track ready after the downpours.

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