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TRACKSIDE HOBBIES SUMMER FEVER SERIES

Old 04-19-2012, 04:21 AM
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Well now that the Winter Saturday Fever Series is in the books, it is time to look towards the Spring and Summer and make plans. I had a bunch of racers ask about us holding a Summer Series and I thought why not. Everyone had a great time during the Winter, so lets rock it. So here are the dates.

SUMMER SATURDAY FEVER SERIES AT TRACKSIDE

MAY 26TH
JUNE 9TH
JUNE 23RD
JULY 7TH
JULY 21ST
AUG 4TH
AUG 18TH FINALS. And I am sure we will have some.....TOPPERS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Best 4 of 7 rounds count towards the Championship.

All the normal classes will be run.

I planned these dates around my travel schedule so as of today, I am here for all but 1 of them. So I look forward to racing with everyone and having some fun this summer.

Thanks to everyone for their support and making Trackside a great place to enjoy this awesome hobby.

I hope to see everyone on Opening day of our Summer Series.

Thanks
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Old 04-19-2012, 04:33 AM
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Hope to make the first round and bring down the newest Trackside member!
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Do we need to pre-register for any of this?
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Originally Posted by M3Man03 View Post
Do we need to pre-register for any of this?
Nope, just show up like a normal race day. The SNF during this fall/winter was a blast!
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Summertime! Hope to make most of these!
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Same Here!
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Will there be mod Buggy or wheeler? Im gonna try to make a few.
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It just so happens that all but one of those saturdays im free. I may have to get up early a few saturdays. you guys run 17.5 blinky buggy and ST?
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NolanP - Yes on Blinky Buggy, no on ST. ST has been run as modified.

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Originally Posted by tufferwilde View Post
NolanP - Yes on Blinky Buggy, no on ST. ST has been run as modified.

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Haven't been to trackside since they ran touring car. What motor 9.5t to much to little for Mod St? Id be running a T4 if it makes a difference. As well as gearing help?
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Is there such a thing as 1:10 scale 4x4 blinky buggy?

I'd really like to run a buggy class, but would perfer to stay away from the 2wd buggies and mods.
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Is there such a thing as 1:10 scale 4x4 blinky buggy?

I'd really like to run a buggy class, but would perfer to stay away from the 2wd buggies and mods.
A couple of guys wanted to run 13.5t spec 4wd buggy at Streamwood and that flopped.. Too small of a class locally to break it up. I know some people do just fine running a 10.5t blinky, you wont be winning champioships but when you look at how fast stock buggy is at trackside, it is humbling. I would give it a try, mod motor or slower... Just have fun and upgrade when you are ready.
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Is there a reason you did away with the last date being sep.1st.
Either way can't wait for the series to start!!!!!!!!!
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can't wait! looks like i should be able to make most, if not all, of them!!
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Either way can't wait for the series to start!!!!!!!!!
Me Either.. I Just want to race!!
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