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Old 05-20-2015, 10:21 AM
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In need of a speedo for this weekend haven't got mine back from LRP yet!! Looking for a used rx8, ix8, hobby wing ect. Please PM me or Text me 732-429-9520
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Old 05-20-2015, 12:24 PM
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My Durangos are looking forward to this!
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Old 05-20-2015, 06:40 PM
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Originally Posted by TheRcKid17
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I have a hobbywing exrun 150 amp esc. Was selling the whole system with motor and box but will sell the esc for $80 pm me if interested. Ill be at trains tomorrow afternoon and at the sizzler. Down by the tree. Esc is like new and only races one race day.
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Old 05-21-2015, 06:52 AM
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Bring out the 4wd SC on Saturday love to see 2 heats of them but more than 4 or that is fine .

It's my 2nd class to run with the E-buggy .
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Originally Posted by cryofix
My Durangos are looking forward to this!
But your Durangos aren't looking forward to YOU driving them.
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Can't wait its only a couple days away!
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Originally Posted by schreff
But your Durangos aren't looking forward to YOU driving them.
They love me Schreff.

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Old 05-21-2015, 09:29 AM
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They love me SChreff.
They lied to you...

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Question: On the first page, first post, it says that there is no payout for Sportsman or Novice, yet only novice is listed as being a $10 entry fee. Sportsman drivers have to pay $25 and get no payout or is that a typo/mistake?



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Old 05-22-2015, 05:35 AM
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Traditionally sportsman classes never have payouts, that's the essence of sportsmans, otherwise ud have guys sand bagging just to win the cash.

I believe entry price is a bit higher for everyone because of all the work these guys put in getting the tracks, sponsors, etc ready and for the shirts(I think they are doing shirts again?)
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Originally Posted by Graham11
Traditionally sportsman classes never have payouts, that's the essence of sportsmans, otherwise ud have guys sand bagging just to win the cash.

I believe entry price is a bit higher for everyone because of all the work these guys put in getting the tracks, sponsors, etc ready and for the shirts(I think they are doing shirts again?)
I think what he's asking is why is Novice $10 while Sportsman is $25 when neither have payouts.
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Originally Posted by sduffy77
I think what he's asking is why is Novice $10 while Sportsman is $25 when neither have payouts.
Same reason there is child and adult prices at a theme park, make it easier for young kids to come and enjoy. Most races novice is cheaper even when there's no pay outs at all.

Novice is traditionally the young kids and sportsman is for the older folks that either want to just race for fun without the pressure of the pros or simply prefer to race amongst others their same skill level.
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But I do not speak for DAK so there may be another reason sportsmans is more than novice, I did not organize the event just what I know from experience at other races
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Old 05-22-2015, 06:25 AM
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Sorry guys. The sportsman class will not receive cash, but will receive some overall series award for the top finishers. The "sportsman police" will be out in full force, so leave the sportsman class for the newer, less experieced racers that truly belong in the sportsman class.
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Will there be controlled practice or is it a free for all?
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