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Old 05-07-2019, 12:53 PM
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ADAM SHELTON - If you are seeing this post, Volante HyperSoft tires are back in stock at TQ today. Order this week, and you'll have them by the 18th.
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Old 05-07-2019, 02:01 PM
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ADAM SHELTON - If you are seeing this post, Volante HyperSoft tires are back in stock at TQ today. Order this week, and you'll have them by the 18th.
Thanks. Ordering today.

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Old 05-16-2019, 05:20 AM
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Hello Racers,

Here is the signup for our round of the CTS in June.

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To all the f1 racers. Rebellion rc is releasing the wing to chassis mount for the f6. Just wonderingnif anyone is interested in one.
send me a Facebook message if interested

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Hello Racers,

Here is the signup for our round of the CTS in June.

Seatac CTS signup

Signed up!

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What is the control tire?
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Find it hard to believe there is 0% chance but hope it's true.
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Find it hard to believe there is 0% chance but hope it's true.
I wish for it to be true for you guys.

I was scratching my head at the same thing.
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What a crazy day yesterday. I was all excited to race, I was the first one there. It looked like it snowed, but it was worse then that. It was wet cottonwood seed everywhere. I fired the blower up and got to work. Jake applied his witch's brew. Moments later we were making laps. It was a special day for me. I had a F1 car on backorder and was really looking forward to the day. Most of you know my wife is going through breast cancer treatment. She is 3/4's her way through chemo. Any day I can scratch out personally where we are not running back and forth to the hospital or managing chores meant for two, is a gift to me. My car arrived Wed afternoon. I was like a kid at Christmas. I was excited to potentially race Sat. Initially the weather didn't look good, but somehow the conditions improved and it was "ON". We had to tolerate cottonwood seed flowing continuously, but the traction seemed good enough. What made the day special for me is the generosity of a few racers. Korey Harbke drove a servo from S. Everett to my house in Edmonds Fri evening to finish my build. I broke my car in practice trying to get tires to come in. Franco Roberts said; I have the part at home, would you like me to go get it for you? He drove an hour in bad traffic just to get me back on track. Even with enough cottonwood seed up my nose to knit a sweater, I thoroughly enjoyed my day. Gentlemen: thank you for making my day great!

The moral to the story is: if you see a racer struggling, reach out a hand. You may not know their back story. But you might find out it means the world to them.

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