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05 May 2012 07:01 PM
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I know the marathon is tomorrow is that going to be a problem getting into the coliseum?

A gazillion thank-you's for pointing this out! Towing the Batcave to the event, I would have driven straight into the heart of their course coming off of Stewart Ave. with limited space to turn the trailer around. Guess I'll have to stay on Glen Cove/Clinton all the way down to Hempstead Turnpike and then make a left. Here's the course map:

http://www.run-li.com/2011/assets/images/coursemaplg.jpg

According to their web site, they will be closing the roads at 7:30 AM for a six hour duration. Since the start is on the north side of the Coliseum, hopefully they will open the roads near us once the last runners clear them.

Please, lord, let the Coliseum have the Hempstead Turnpike (south side) main gate open for us tomorrow, because I might have to crash it to turn around if it is closed and I don't make it there before 7:30 AM.....


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06 May 2012 12:26 AM
Remember that there are red light cameras surrounding the property. I expect the side entrance to the Coliseum to be open as usual.
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06 May 2012 07:06 AM
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It's going to be a good one. Almost half of those entries are STX as well.

Joe, wasn't your Miata a ST car?

Because of the door bars and no soft top its not really a STR car so I was being bumped to DP this year lol. He is going to be running novice as it is his 2nd auto x. He told me he put the soft top back in so I told him to run STR novice but it was to late.

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Provisional Results, #2 - NYR2012-2 - 2012-06-25
Total Registered: 79, with Times: 71


S R T P B L N
'Stock (pax)' - Total Entries: 4 Trophies: 2 Car Color Times Total
1T GS 689 Kemal Denk 2008 Honda Civic Si Blue 58.129 55.227+2 55.771 54.313+1 55.895 44.099
54.336 54.176 -
2T GS 18 Joe Donaggio 2010 Volkswagen GTI Black 57.702+2 56.594 56.189+2 55.776+1 57.955 46.067
My Awesome GF 55.796+1 55.393+1 56.856+2 56.856+2 1.968
3 DS 93 Richard Motycka 2006 Mini S-JCW BRG 77.893+DNF 53.080+DNF 70.200 57.634
11.567
4 BS 409 Randolph Cheung 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Grey DNS
'Road Tire Stock' - Total Entries: 6 Trophies: 2 Car Color Times Total
1T GS 117 Jared Morrison 2011 Civic 57.280 55.077 54.818 53.282+1 53.514 43.072
53.150 52.915 52.915 -
2T DS 51 Will Majerres 2005 Chrysler Crossfire 58.368 56.474 57.540+1 54.727 58.972+DNF 44.399
414599 55.097+51 54.646+1 54.080 1.327
3 BS 97 Dan Griffith 2000 Honda S2000 56.924+1 57.535+1 54.512+2 53.427+1 52.428+2 46.725
54.496+1 55.943 2.326
4 DS 16 Arthur Emerson 2000 Audi TT-Q none 60.121+DNF 59.644 59.644 48.967
HUOA Navy 2.242
5 GS 217 Joachim Fik 1989 Ford mustrang white 66.880 64.729+1 64.695 62.816 63.136+1 51.132
62.816 90.935 62.931+1 63.147 2.165
6 FS 310 Dave LaBue 1995 Lexus SC300 Blue DNS
"ASR Motorsports, Long Island Speed Freaks"
'Street Touring (Pax)' - Total Entries: 19 Trophies: 6 Car Color Times Total
1T STR 87 Joseph Ottofaro 2007 Honda S2000 Blue 53.999+1 52.367+1 52.243 50.948 50.413+1 42.231
J.W.R 51.106+1 50.577 64.347 -
2T STX 211 Jonathan Fischer 2008 Mazda Speed3 Grey 53.702 51.614 51.450+1 50.950+4 52.628+2 42.426
KNS Brakes 51.851+1 52.084+1 51.839 0.195
3T STR 58 Alex Kang Wong's S2000 52.722+1 52.899 51.808 51.714+DNF 51.223+1 42.583
50.998 999.999+DNF 56.852+1 0.157
4T STX 151 Brandon Tasso Subaru WRX 58.676 56.023+1 58.545+1 54.235 54.560+1 42.990
54.018 54.549 52.300+RR 53.854 0.407
5T STX 171 Michael Loprieno 2008 Honda Civic Si Red 58.570+2 53.863+3 53.495+1 53.813+3 53.221 43.338
Hondata 52.723 53.254 53.254 0.348
6T STX 321 keith sturm 2004 Volkswagen R32 black 57.506 51.193+DNF 51.846+1 51.932+1 53.475+2 43.359
52.836 52.665+1 52.749 0.021
7 STR 85 Joseph Wong 2007 Honda S2000 Blue 55.787 55.030 54.137 52.764 52.103 43.506
My Wallet 53.953 58.015+DNF 0.147
8 STX 9 Fritz Flores 2008 Audi TT Quattro Black 54.924 53.900 53.084+1 53.877+1 52.700+3 43.655
53.109 53.275 53.347+1 0.149
9 STX 77 Heidi Ellison BMW 325i 56.384 54.690+1 53.457+1 53.643 53.542+1 44.094
53.795 55.334+1 53.907+2 0.439
10 STX 517 Antonio Pilato 2007 Volkswagen GTI Silver 57.257+1 55.963 54.665+2 54.512+1 55.317 44.828
54.536 54.707 55.523+1 0.734
11 STS 36 Danny Ilioiu 1995 Mazda Miata BK 54.800 54.823+3 53.425+1 54.630+2 55.548+2 45.319
54.782+1 56.094 54.896 0.491
12 STU 39 Santiago Garcia 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Black 56.912+3 61.615+DNF 54.097 54.621 55.075+3 45.495
Larsen's Biscuits 54.083+DNF 53.846+DNF 53.159+1 0.176
13 STU 677 Paul Vinas 2004 Subaru Impreza Blue 57.245 56.524+1 54.546+1 54.955 76.065+DNF 46.217
None 55.109 55.125+1 63.902 0.722
14 STX 501 Edwin Rosa 2002 Subaru WRX Sta./Wag. Silver 61.247 58.722 58.819+2 58.687 59.478 47.559
58.956 57.859 57.858 1.342
15 STS 89 Basil Matychak 2000 Volkswagen New Beetle 1.8t Blue 64.622 59.713+DNF 59.165 60.118+1 60.416+1 47.603
my family 58.361 57.562 58.241 0.044
16 STR 134 nin tam 2005 Honda S2000 RED 65.867+DNF 65.877+1 60.841 60.715 63.659 48.033
58.759 57.525 65.971+1 0.430
17 STX 59 Wu 2005 Chrysler Crossfire 59.568+1 57.038+2 57.583+1 56.254+2 56.902+1 48.417
414599 67.934+2 56.137+6 0.384
18 STU 83 Michael Devito 2010 Subaru Sti 59.568+DNF 59.244+1 57.806 55.336+DNF 54.954+DNF 48.614
56.037+1 52.967+DNF 52.967+DNF 0.197
19 STR 73 Henry Martinez 2008 Honda s2000 GrandPrixWhite DNS
'Street Prepared (pax)' - Total Entries: 13 Trophies: 4 Car Color Times Total
1T ESP 456 Adam Gershowitz 2008 Subaru FSXT Tiger's Blood 54.023+DNF 52.581 51.993 50.777 52.233 42.747
Performance Auto Solutions 50.988 50.516 50.410 -
2T DSP 477 Matthew Fullum 2009 Mini CooperS hardtop dark silver 57.785 52.541+1 52.107+1 53.027 45.126
2.379
3T CSP 7 Jonathan Cohen 2001 Mazda Miata Green 54.444+1 54.238+1 53.923+1 52.724+1 53.970+2 45.535
Pcyhiatric Advice: 5cents; Lynmor Motorsports 53.806+1 53.134 53.547 0.409
4T DSP 41 Hai Nguyen 1995 Nissan 240sx Red 57.464 54.516 53.655 54.003+1 57.279+1 45.660
52.982+2 53.151+1 53.151+1 0.125
5 DSP 111 Micahel Albanese 2008 MazdaSpeed3 56.811+DNF 56.502 54.053+1 54.298 53.575+1 46.207
54.141+1 52.935+2 52.935+2 0.547
6 DSP 241 Kai Kao 1995 Nissan 240sx Red 57.992 63.514+4 57.574 57.205+1 60.674+1 47.707
58.295 56.060 58.260+DNF 55.149+1 1.500
7 CSP 21 Bryan Jesia 2001 Mazda Thanks Jon! Green n Dirt 59.559+1 58.880+4 56.607+1 56.592 56.745+3 48.138
JnJ Associates 56.171 54.762+3 55.784+1 0.431
8 CSP 69 Christian Lopez MK I MR2 59.465+1 58.376+1 57.185+1 57.293 57.417 48.535
56.972+2 56.740 56.634 0.397
9 DSP 300 Steven Kritzberg 2010 Mazda Speed3 Black 51.343+DNF 63.482+DNF 60.720+DNF 59.355+DNF 60.081+1 49.627
60.070+1 58.317 57.127+1 1.092
10 FSP 161 Nater Kane 1990 Volkswagen Golf Blue 73.397 64.597 62.254 64.499+1 62.743+1 49.972
Limp-it-Home Racing 61.236 59.633 59.633 0.345
11 ESP 606 Kevin Hamel 1991 Ford Mustang Black 67.723 68.363 67.272 66.477 66.341 54.938
64.792 64.786 67.515 4.966
12 SSP 411 David Dixon 2011 Nissan GT-R Red DNS
13 SSP 441 Steven Dixon 2011 Nissan GT-R Red DNS
'Street Modified, Prepared, Modified (pax)' - Total Entries: 10 Trophies: 4 Car Color Times Total
1T DP 697 Charles Sudano 1999 Mazda Miata red 50.965+1 52.199 52.561 51.695 50.387 43.735
50.397+1 50.387 50.397+1 -
2T SM 416 Dwight Nesbitt 2008 Forester XT 53.236+2 51.923+1 51.423 50.923 51.597 44.099
53.665+1 52.137+2 51.423 0.364
3T FP 311 Danny Gomes 1997 BMW E36 55.321 53.595+DNF 51.380 51.269 50.396+3 44.860
50.180+1 49.495+3 0.761
4T EP 666 James Flynn Nissan 240sx 55.155 54.431+1 54.274 53.282 54.507 46.355
414599 54.691 53.852 1.495
5 DP 76 John Tures MGB 62.953 58.566 58.213 60.034+3 59.373 47.903
57.001+3 82.754 56.871 55.188 1.548
6 SSM 313 Keith Callahan 1994 Mazda Miata 56.740+1 56.718+1 55.222+1 55.434 48.726
0.823
7 SMF 817 Mark Clarke 2005 Ford Crown Victoria 1996 Acura Intergra 63.028 58.961 57.407+1 57.705+2 55.943+2 49.208
59.753+1 57.756 58.018+1 0.482
8 CP 567 Joe Lalina Ford Falcon 64.013+1 62.382 60.697+1 59.517 60.083 50.015
60.310 67.678 58.158 0.807
9 CP 798 Nicky Stunnen 1980 Camaro 69.592 63.300 62.724 60.985 61.027 51.612
61.333 59.642+3 60.014 1.597
10 CP 911 Thomas Smith 2005 Ford Crown Victoria Black 63.747 63.473 63.244+1 61.172+2 61.889 51.633
60.851 61.639 60.039 0.021
'Ladies (pax)' - Total Entries: 1 Trophies: 1 Car Color Times Total
1T STS 22 Michele Gershowitz 1991 Mazda Miata white 61.149 64.251+DNF 58.191 56.829 58.370+1 46.221
57.089+1 55.891 56.458+1 -
'Novice (pax)' - Total Entries: 26 Trophies: 6 Car Color Times Total
1T DS 746 Greg Jaronczyk 2012 Subaru WRX 57.812 54.452+1 54.497 55.511 53.721+1 44.742
55.466 55.187 -
2T AS 709 Antonio Laureiro 2007 Audi RS4 65.472 61.474+DNF 57.519 55.439 55.209+2 45.089
55.894+DNF 53.424 53.424 0.347
3T STX 718 Serafin Tinapunan 2004 Nissan SE-R Spec V Molten Silver 65.642 64.759+1 63.784+1 60.989+1 60.981 46.373
60.179+DNF 56.415+RR 59.438+1 1.284
4T CS 942 Stephen Yablonski 2006 Mazda MX-5 grey 59.013+4 58.201+1 56.930+2 57.230+2 57.687+1 47.072
57.458 56.839 56.510 0.699
5T STR 708 Jonathan Greenberg Honda S2000 76.835+DNF 68.019+DNF 60.423 58.013 64.984+DNF 48.254
57.790 56.346+2 57.081+1 1.182
6T ASP 741 Christopher Wong 2011 Subaru Sti 66.407+DNF 67.755+1 63.291 55.986 60.268+1 48.315
60.171 56.467 58.201+DNF 58.201+DNF 0.061
7 SMF 724 Brian Piazza 1994 Honda civic black 82.951 59.913 58.406 58.918 57.379 48.808
57.287 57.091+2 57.091+2 0.493
8 FS 705 Mike Martin 2005 GTO 65.178+I 60.526+DNF 59.469 59.245 60.174+1 48.877
59.836 59.999 59.999 0.069
9 STX 815 Arian Oveissi 2012 Hyundai genesis coupe white 68.589 61.708+1 61.674+1 60.988+1 60.454+1 49.243
59.907 60.906 60.906 0.366
10 HS 710 Matthew Weitzman 2008 Honda Fit 77.223+DNF 65.023+1 63.422 62.987+1 59.797+1 49.375
59.894+1 60.365+1 60.365+1 0.132
11 STR 706 Christopher Wong 1999 Mazda Miata 67.397+2 63.530 61.393+1 59.152 60.917 49.391
60.403+DNF 60.338 74.209+4 0.016
12 HS 702 Michael Alarco 1991 Acura Integra Blue 66.108 65.221+1 63.225 61.131+1 61.890 49.450
60.786+1 62.082 62.082 0.059
13 STR 824 Bryan Martinez 1994 Miata 64.491 66.384+2 57.588+1 55.562+DNF 58.936+1 49.756
61.131+DNF 64.883+DNF 58.045+DNF 0.306
14 STS 729 Louis Tong 1994 Mazda Miata Red 68.145+DNF 64.384+1 70.364+DNF 62.236+1 63.752 49.845
63.655 60.273 60.432+1 0.089
15 FS 723 Alexander Kovalenko Infiniti G35X 69.640+DNF 66.968+DNF 72.843+DNF 63.055+1 63.254+2 50.525
61.243 64.763+7 62.408+DNF 0.680
16 DS 713 Dan Cicalo Volvo 740 82.686 65.479 66.151+DNF 88.385 83.840+DNF 50.920
77.611 65.913 62.919 62.322 62.023 0.395
75.662 73.018 71.220 70.030
17 STX 777 Elliot Weiss 2004 Subaru Forester XT Silver 75.460+DNF 69.946+DNF 62.310+DNF 62.912 66.805 50.994
62.037 62.746 66.246+DNF 0.074
18 DP 629 Justin Rosciszewski 2002 Mazda Miata Gray 62.706 60.499 60.453 59.000 59.393 51.212
57.825+1 64.537 57.623+1 0.218
19 DS 712 Thomas Helou Audi A4 76.178 72.934 66.103 64.721 65.270 51.269
64.074 64.844 62.448 0.057
20 ES 717 Gil Carrera 1988 Toyotq MR2 75.556+1 68.540+1 68.280+1 65.046+DNF 66.313+DNF 51.386
64.853+DNF 64.820+DNF 62.061 0.117
21 ES 704 Natalie Mayo 1990 Mazda Mayo 93.357+1 77.078 71.138 65.114 63.129+1 51.813
62.577 60.974+2 59.115+2 0.427
22 STX 749 Safraz Khan 2003 GTi 68.717 67.229 64.297+DNF 64.916+DNF 62.299+1 52.853
62.299+1 1.040
23 SM 676 John Franco 1997 Nissan Pickup 63.001+1 62.004+DNF 64.359+DNF 61.693 53.426
0.573
24 SSM 721 Justin Dorsa 1995 Mazda Miata Blue DNS
25 BS 888 Tom Carlin 2005 Honda s2000 white DNS
26 SMF 933 Brian George 2002 Volkswagen gti silver DNS


Top Times Of Day Time Class # Driver
Raw time 50.387 BDP 697 Charles Sudano
Pax 42.231 TSTR 87 Joseph Ottofaro
Stock 43.072 RGS 117 Jared Morrison
Street Prepared 42.747 PESP 456 Adam Gershowitz
Touring 42.231 TSTR 87 Joseph Ottofaro
Street Modified 43.735 BDP 697 Charles Sudano
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07 May 2012 07:41 AM
Love the course design!!!!! Great job!
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07 May 2012 08:57 AM
How is the pebble situation on the lot? Did you guys still sweep the course?
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07 May 2012 11:17 AM
Sho Torii wrote:
How is the pebble situation on the lot? Did you guys still sweep the course?

it actually seemed much more pebbly than it was two weeks ago in the rain.

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07 May 2012 12:04 PM
It is much better this year. We only swept between heats yesterday. Last Fall we were also taking breaks in a heat for some sweeping. Obviously, getting off line is very punishing when that happens.
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07 May 2012 12:17 PM
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Obviously, getting off line is very punishing when that happens.

It was like that at HPT where 2008 &amp; 2009 Nationals were held. It was like ice skating once you were off line.

Looks like I will pay a vist to one of your events soon.

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07 May 2012 02:09 PM
NYR Solo wrote:
It is much better this year. We only swept between heats yesterday. Last Fall we were also taking breaks in a heat for some sweeping. Obviously, getting off line is very punishing when that happens.

In June i SWEAR i'll get there early enough to help setup... and to do some sweeping ahead of time. as long as street tire cars run in the first heat, it does help a bit it seems.

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07 May 2012 02:59 PM
Sho Torii wrote:
NYR Solo wrote:
Obviously, getting off line is very punishing when that happens.

It was like that at HPT where 2008 &amp; 2009 Nationals were held. It was like ice skating once you were off line.

Looks like I will pay a vist to one of your events soon.

I thought HP was bringing up sand on the driving line as well. I think that's the point where the lot is now. The large stuff is pretty much gone. It will be great seeing you and Keiko back on the Island again.

Missing a post from last night I though I put up...

Issues to fix:

#713 was being run by 2 cars

77 STX - interior removal

708 NSTR - interior removal, possible fuel cell.

76 DP - reclass to GP.

Correct Tim Wu's name/car/#

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07 May 2012 03:20 PM
Some folks have identical times for two runs (not concerned by the ones that show 9 runs but that some have identicals in runs 7 and 8).

I have to review my Vids again, but I could swear I ran 2 53s in the AM, both dirty, so that does not affect final standings, but Keith in the R32 was in front of me and he was running 51s and his times look ok. Hmmm? Maybe I was hoping for faster times and my mind was playing tricks.
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07 May 2012 05:00 PM
Great time guys. The course was pretty tough with all of the transitions and directional changes. That last slalom was AWESOME. Definitely love the idea of an optional slalom with that amount of cones to F with you, lol. Big thanks to Joe O. for that last instructor run who's line helped me knock 2 seconds off my next run (albeit dirty.)
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07 May 2012 06:43 PM
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Great time guys. The course was pretty tough with all of the transitions and directional changes. That last slalom was AWESOME. Definitely love the idea of an optional slalom with that amount of cones to F with you, lol. Big thanks to Joe O. for that last instructor run who's line helped me knock 2 seconds off my next run (albeit dirty.)

Glad I was able to help Joe. Your brz is going to be a great car to build your skills man.

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Great time guys. The course was pretty tough with all of the transitions and directional changes. That last slalom was AWESOME. Definitely love the idea of an optional slalom with that amount of cones to F with you, lol.

What slalom? I went to the left of the first cone wall, and the remainder of the course into the finish was a long, full-throttle sweeper.

Kudos to Randy and Jon for having the courage to create a course that separated the men from the boys. There were several places on the course where the two options each presented different benefits, and it wasn't clear which way would be better until you tried both. Definitely a national-style course, both in speeds and the available options from not marking mandatory slaloms or obviously correct options. I know that the school of thought at regional (local) events is to err on the side of caution and over-mark / over-simplify everything to keep the novices out of trouble, but this course showed that it can be done without creating the off-course fest that everyone expects. I just wish that I didn't bring the short-track car to the only C-Prepared course I've seen in many years.

Regarding the results, the double-times thing appears to have lost one of my three times, unless I was driving so consistently that I dialed up back-to-back identical times. Did you run "re-import staged timing data" before printing the results? That usually fixes flaky things like this.....


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07 May 2012 07:49 PM
I went to the left of the first cone wall, and the remainder of the course into the finish was a long, full-throttle sweeper.

Kudos to Randy and Jon for having the courage to create a course that separated the men from the boys. There were several places on the course where the two options each presented different benefits, and it wasn't clear which way would be better until you tried both. Definitely a national-style course, both in speeds and the available options from not marking mandatory slaloms or obviously correct options. I know that the school of thought at regional (local) events is to err on the side of caution and over-mark / over-simplify everything to keep the novices out of trouble, but this course showed that it can be done without creating the off-course fest that everyone expects. I just wish that I didn't bring the short-track car to the only C-Prepared course I've seen in many years.

Regarding the results, the double-times thing appears to have lost one of my three times, unless I was driving so consistently that I dialed up back-to-back identical times. Did you run "re-import staged timing data" before printing the results? That usually fixes flaky things like this.....

I loved the finish, but wish we had more run-off after the finish. I also did a left and flat through finish but skidded to a 20mph roll into paddock. It took me 3-4 runs to modulate the brakes past the finish so as not to scare myself anymore. Those spectators and parked cars worried me some. 2 months ago I was at GPNY and took off from the pits full throttle and it stuck. I plowed head on into the tire wall at about 20 mph at the first hairpin. Ouch! I also loved the optional slalom, but my buddy said I should have done a right instead of left start. My results indicated that I should have tried the right of first instead of just lefts. Also the LH sweeper was awesome, and I loved getting the car loose there and varying drift angles and lines at same time. Great course! Lots of fun!

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07 May 2012 09:04 PM
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Sho Torii wrote:
NYR Solo wrote:
Obviously, getting off line is very punishing when that happens.

It was like that at HPT where 2008 &amp; 2009 Nationals were held. It was like ice skating once you were off line.

Looks like I will pay a vist to one of your events soon.

I thought HP was bringing up sand on the driving line as well. I think that's the point where the lot is now. The large stuff is pretty much gone. It will be great seeing you and Keiko back on the Island again.

Missing a post from last night I though I put up...

Issues to fix:

#713 was being run by 2 cars

77 STX - interior removal

708 NSTR - interior removal, possible fuel cell.

76 DP - reclass to GP.

Correct Tim Wu's name/car/#

car number #708 doesn't have a fuel cell. just gutted interior because the roll bar doesn't allow the interior to stay in.

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07 May 2012 09:06 PM
I was left for all my runs on the first optional slalom and I did the left/right for the finish.
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07 May 2012 09:07 PM
where can i find pictures from sundays event?
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07 May 2012 09:46 PM
Great course layout - I had a blast - Thanks again!!
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