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Old 06-01-2008, 09:17 PM   #1
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A job well done under obviously difficult circumstances!

Thanks to all the pushers to get us unstuck on Saturday night!

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Old 06-01-2008, 11:13 PM   #2
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re good job.

even though the rain pummelled down and turned everything into a mudbowl the track turned out really nice.

after the water was pumped off the track and all the track crew got it back in shape the track was hooking up really nice. running under the lights was a treat and i really enjoyed that.

too bad the rain destroyed my new tent friday night and then the winds the rest of the weekend pretty much finished it off. junk!!!!!

like jedd i also got my car stuck in the back where it was so muddy that even a buddy pitting beside me couldnt get me unstuck with his 4x4 . he was even nice enough to let me use his caa/aaa membership to call a towtruck to pull me out of the mud which had my car buried down to the frame .
the towtruck guy shows up an hour later and refuses to pull my car out saying since its not a paved road its not covered under autoclub. the wanted to charge me 85.00 plus winch time to get my car out of the mud. needless to say i told him to go his hat and a bunch of guys helped to push me out.

thanks to derek and darren from barrie for helping me out of that jam.

see you guys at the glorcs at the 5.
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Old 06-02-2008, 05:13 AM   #3
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I had a BLAST... it reminded me of country camping on a may 24 weekend wen i was a little younger... cause it always rains on a may 24 weekend. i never got the fun of getting my vehicle stuck though cause my van never mooved all weekend since i camped on sight....
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it was an intresting weekend for sure and i still had fun racing and talking to all my friends! see you guys soon
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Originally Posted by lukel View Post reminded me of country camping on a may 24 weekend...
I've been "country camping" a few times but I have no memories of those dates. :GRIN:
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Old 06-02-2008, 09:29 AM   #6
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it was an intresting weekend for sure and i still had fun racing and talking to all my friends! see you guys soon
great job c-low and crew on the track, you guys always put toogether a fun layout to race on,c-low hope you get that scapula fixed up soon! see what happens when you try to get in extra practice time on your bike
the guys were thrown some huge hurdles to overcome with all that rain, awesome job getting the track back to a raceable condition, the racers looked like they were having fun in all the quals and finals, the night qualifier was challenging,your lights looked great but it sure is really hard driving at night, i think the funniest thing i saw all weekend was when i was pitting for mac and he looked down at me in pit lane during the warmup for his night qualifier and said "dude, where's my car?" !!! i coudn't stop laughing (i've lost mine at night too!)
those of you who can make sure to check out ftr's upcoming pro series race, the track will be a winner
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Old 06-02-2008, 09:32 AM   #7
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The crew at Full Throttle definitely put on a heck of an event in lieu of the rain, and I want to say thank you also, so...THANK YOU!
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