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Old 03-22-2006, 03:21 PM   #1081
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oopsseeee ...it was just the 1st 30 or so pics, they didn't get copied up to the server hehe. It's all good now.
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Old 03-22-2006, 04:19 PM   #1082
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After watching some video of race and hearing everyones comments I have an opinion of who is #1 driver in U.S.
Someone who specializes in just one class of this industry can be called NO. 1 but someone who not only wins in other classes and has done so for different manurfactures in my opinion is the best we have.

Resume. 2 time Roar National Champ one-eight gas /BMT
National Champ in one-tenth Carpet. Electric /Corally
National Champ in one-tenth Ashpalt Electric /Shumacher
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CHRIS TOSOLINI THE BEST WHEEL IN THE BUSINESS....

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Amen to that!!
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Old 03-22-2006, 04:53 PM   #1083
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We would like THANK RUBEN and his entire crew for putting on an awesome show all week. The tech crew was great. The race was run perfectly smooth without any hitches.

HUGE CONGRATS to all the Corally Team for their performances. Excellent way to cap off the season with Chris winning back to back and Jarrod getting his first win! Thanks Guys!
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Old 03-22-2006, 07:31 PM   #1084
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Yeah, great job Ruben and crew! The 2006 Nationals was my first big race and it was great! Well worth it and lots of fun

Looking forward to the Pavement Nationals at Speedworld! Billy has a great track, I've heard, and it's going to rock!

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Old 03-22-2006, 07:57 PM   #1085
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What batteries did Toso use?
They were checkpoint IB3800's.

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Old 03-22-2006, 08:56 PM   #1086
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I may start filming a movie about the roar nats if the thread goes a page or two more.....LOL
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Old 03-22-2006, 09:01 PM   #1087
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Yeah, great job Ruben and crew! The 2006 Nationals was my first big race and it was great! Well worth it and lots of fun

Looking forward to the Pavement Nationals at Speedworld! Billy has a great track, I've heard, and it's going to rock!

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STOCKTON, THE SEQUEL WITH NO EQUAL.
Oops! Except for outdoor racing at Speeeeeeeeeeeeeedworld...
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Old 03-22-2006, 10:28 PM   #1089
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Oh, wow, you guys were right about that A2 race. Checkpoint has to feel good about the rip that motor had on the last straight. :-)
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Old 03-23-2006, 08:50 AM   #1090
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Just remember to sign up early for the paved nats, we will not ask for a waiver on the 250 entry maximum, although the facility could technically support more, it just would make for to much crowd to be enjoyable.
Signed up today. Can't wait. How about a thread dedicated to the asphalt Nats?
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Old 03-23-2006, 09:05 AM   #1091
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Signed up today. Can't wait. How about a thread dedicated to the asphalt Nats?
there is one: http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=88226 ...futereal indicated he's "sticky it" when the race got closer.
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Toso is incredible. I told him at Vegas last year that I couldn't believe how close he cut a high speed corner lap after lap.

Hard to argue with Paul's success lately:

Cleveland TQ & Win
Novak Race TQ & Win
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Total: 10 wins in 13 races, 2 seconds, 1 third

The Mod A2 main was awesome, the main PC had the separation at .027 and the backup PC said .024 (they are on separate decoder boxes, results can vary slightly).

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WOW!!!!

What a great event. I can't say enough about how hard the track crew worked to make the race as great as it was. Tech was done quickly, thouroughly, and most of all fairly. Everything went off on schedule and you kept the open practice sessions from turning into a melee. The track layout was fast, fun, and really let the fast guys show how much better they are than us mortals. This was my first big carpet race and it definately won't be my last.

Special thanks to all the guys that helped me out this weekend. EA, Bruce, OD, TJ, Art, T-bone, Jim from Tekin, Dave May-hurl, Victor, and anyone else i'm forgetting.

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WOW!!!!

What a great event. I can't say enough about how hard the track crew worked to make the race as great as it was. Tech was done quickly, thouroughly, and most of all fairly. Everything went off on schedule and you kept the open practice sessions from turning into a melee. The track layout was fast, fun, and really let the fast guys show how much better they are than us mortals. This was my first big carpet race and it definately won't be my last.

Special thanks to all the guys that helped me out this weekend. EA, Bruce, OD, TJ, Art, T-bone, Jim from Tekin, Dave May-hurl, Victor, and anyone else i'm forgetting.

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Wow! Let's do it again! With maybe a South Lake Tahoe or Reno venue...Up for that???

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Old 03-23-2006, 12:18 PM   #1095
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Great race Ruben......Hope you were pleased with pitboard/plaques.

Best ROAR nats in sometime.

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