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Old 03-07-2011, 02:28 PM
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Big Congrats to Casey for putting on another great day of racing! I also want to thank Ray K for checking all the motors all day long. I have done the tech gig and I know it's not any fun having to tell the racers that thier motor was too fast. Thanks to all who were involved in the race.

Congrates to Casey Young on two A-main first place finishes(M-chassis and FWD), Doc in GT2 and all the rest.
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another great tcs race in the books! always a great time racing with friends! good to see some old faces! thanks to casey for putting together a great show and congrats to all the winners! see everyone at glenn burnie!!!
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THANK YOU JOHN BROWN FOR THE TIRES! IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A TERRIBLE DAY OF RACING WITHOUT THEM! THANK YOU!
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An excellent weekend of racing at The C- they put on an awesome TCS event.

Best GT2 and Mini Mains I've ever raced in- congrats to Casey Young for figuring out how to make that M06 rock- I told you that you could do it (wish I had been wrong!)- and also to Austin Vacek, who was probably peddaling the whole time I was trying to pass him!
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Does anyone know the schedule for this weekend's Harbor Hobbies race?
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Originally Posted by breakerczar
Does anyone know the schedule for this weekend's Harbor Hobbies race?
Just spoke with Eric @ The Track. The schedule for this weekend will be:

Friday:
Doors open at 12pm and practice will run till 9pm. For those coming from out of town and arriving after 7pm, the track will be open to you until 10pm.

Saturday:
Doors open at 8AM, and open practice will run till 9AM. From 9AM until 11:45AM, there will CONTROLLED Practice. 11:45AM, the track will be cleared, heats posted, drivers meeting, etc... Qualifying begins at NOON.

Sunday:
Doors open at 9AM, and open practice will run till 10AM. Mains will kick off at 10AM.
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If any is in need of some weight savings, I will be at the TCS race weekend at Harbor Hobbies with blue aluminum screw kits for various Tamiya cars (417, 416, TA05, TB03, F104, FF03, M05, M06 and TT01). Stop by my pit area if interested.

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Here are some of the mains. For a full list of results including qualifiers please visit our home page. Here.

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Originally Posted by g12314
Just spoke with Eric @ The Track. The schedule for this weekend will be:

Friday:
Doors open at 12pm and practice will run till 9pm. For those coming from out of town and arriving after 7pm, the track will be open to you until 10pm.

Saturday:
Doors open at 8AM, and open practice will run till 9AM. From 9AM until 11:45AM, there will CONTROLLED Practice. 11:45AM, the track will be cleared, heats posted, drivers meeting, etc... Qualifying begins at NOON.

Sunday:
Doors open at 9AM, and open practice will run till 10AM. Mains will kick off at 10AM.
So how many rounds of qualifying, and are there triple A mains?
Any idea of how many entries are expected?
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Originally Posted by BP SHADOW
So how many rounds of qualifying, and are there triple A mains?
Any idea of how many entries are expected?
Since the sign-up only went live around Monday, he mentioned that 45 entries were already in...

Not speaking for Eric, but I would assume similar to the last two events at Trackside that the number of qualifiers will be determined by number of entries and how efficient the day runs.
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Originally Posted by g12314
Since the sign-up only went live around Monday, he mentioned that 45 entries were already in...

Not speaking for Eric, but I would assume similar to the last two events at Trackside that the number of qualifiers will be determined by number of entries and how efficient the day runs.
Without the off-road and rally classes (unlike @ Trackside) I think there is a very good chances THE TRACK can do triple A's....
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I found some rare video of Fred Medel running mini a few years ago hope you guys enjoy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUEzaeiJ14Q
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His first lap was his fastest. pretty cool huh?
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