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Old 01-23-2006, 01:09 AM   #11
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This race was great. The building was packed. The air was thick with smoke and the action was fast. I didn't do well, but sure had fun trying.

Here is a link to the GRC photo gallery with pictures of the CRCRC event.
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Old 01-23-2006, 10:56 AM   #12
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1/8 scale had 19 mains(S)
unlimited MT had 10 Mains (J)
1/10 gas truck had 5 mains (E)
Lots of fun my only beef was ,not enouph track time .Practice was insane,20 + cars on the track at the same time.It was really hard to get a clean lap down .The best part of the weekend was hanging out with the folks that ran in the GLORCS last season.13 Canucks that I new from Ontario and Quebec + the guys from WNY 20+. Cant wait till the Glorcs season starts this year.I was happy to finish my main (E) ,no hardware but a finish is good enouph.Gareth took third in the unlimited mt(C),Droid took first in the 1/10 truck(E),and had several bump ups in unlimited mt untill he broke (good job Andrew).Aybie was on his way to a win in his MT main but got hacked big time in the last minute of the race (my poor revo)All in all it was a blast ,I'm going next year for sure
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Old 01-23-2006, 11:10 AM   #13
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It was a great event. Didn't have to much luck, but I loved my new ride, it's fast. Can't wait till summer to drive it more.
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Old 01-23-2006, 11:29 AM   #14
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WOW what a race!!! Canadian's did well considering we can't practice in the winter.

The whole day of qualifing sucked for me so I was in the last main and then once it started my truck had no traction but I got 3rd and 2nd and 1st bumped.

In buggy my steering servo went, I was in first when it happend. Also very slippery out. Must have been the set up or my driving lol.

I was breaking in my truck for the first 2 qualifiers and then I was set to go in the 3rd qualifier. There was a slower truck ahead of me and he was about to roll over a jump so I was going to jump him but he put the brake on right at the top of the jump and I hit him and it shot my up in the air and landed right on my lid. The marshal picked my up by 1 tire and then slamed the truck on the same tire and the rod end ball cup thing broke.

In the end I bumped up 3 times and then in the next main I was ahead by a lap and my servo died. Damn JR servo. I buying a Airtronics servo now.

I'm going again next year.

Does anyone know if there are any other big races coming up. I want to go to other ones.
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Old 01-23-2006, 02:44 PM   #15
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Sounds good. Glad to see the 13 Canadains go out. Thats a huge amount of racers. can't wait to see more pics and videos...

Congrats to all who went....
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Old 01-23-2006, 05:58 PM   #16
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yeah it was a awsome weekend! won the R main then bumped and got to carreyd away... the A mains were awsome, Drake took the 1/8 and truggy and Mayfield took the 1/10...
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Old 01-23-2006, 06:54 PM   #17
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it was a great race! fast and competive but the track was very small i blew up my new p5 motor congrats to joe parent he had a great run and made the c main and congrats to garth, damn them rg's were fast !!!
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great pics and glad you guys/gals had a good time and made it home safe
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Old 01-23-2006, 09:24 PM   #19
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Awesome weekend! It was nice to run nitro again, too bad its only January .
The X-Ray buggy held up well, with no broken parts. It was very loose at first, but with Donny and Ryan's set up help, it got much better. Still a little loose though. At the end of the weekend, we got the Wheeler brothers (A Main Drivers) set-up. A little too late though. My X-Ray/Helotes Truggy was pretty dialed, even with the OS RG!! It was fun running in the C Main, and getting some hardware. The Grand Stands were pretty full, I can only imagine how packed it was for the A Main. Big thanks to Abyie (ss_maradonna), John (Chewy), Donny, and Ryan for all their help. Also, congrats to Joe Parent for making the C in buggy and Unlimited Monster Truck. Can't wait for summer!!!
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i had alot of fun this weekend too, both my cars were hooked up, i wish i could have run my 30 in the truck thgouh, i had random motor problems all weekend with the fantom and RTR motor, i think i could have probally done a little better, but i had rough starts in the mains, and with everyone so close in speed, it was impossible to make any time up, dont know if i will go back next year or not, it was really expensive for very little run time, but i had alot of fun and it was a good expereicne to do it at least once, but i was there for 4 days, running two classes, and only used half a gallon of fuel,
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