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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 9:40 am 
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We have a great entry for this weekends Majors Double SARRC races scheduled at Roebling Road, 195 cars. We had 49 entries in the prod/GTL group. I asked the Chief Steward to move T4 & B Stock into the SRF 3 group who only had 14 entries and he has agreed. This still leaves us with 42 cars.

Don't forget this is book and t shirt exchange weekend. Bring your old ones and take some you want. We will have free bottled water, ice cream and watermelon all weekend at the hospitality tent plus a roasted chicken dinner Sat night with entertainment. There's toys, coloring books and games for the kids.

Here's the current entry list.

Bell, John E Production Mazda RX7
Cooke, Michael E Production Mazda RX-7 roadster
Cooke JR, Dwight K E Production Triumph TR4
Garrison, Robert E Production Mazda Miata
Guest, Charles E Production Mazda Rx7
Ira, Greg E Production Datsun 240Z
Norton, Peter E Production Caterham Seven
Van Steenburg, Kip E Production Porsche 914-6
Young, Jeff E Production Triumph TR8
Ahrens, Don F Production Mazda Miata
Anderson, Richard P F Production Fiat 124 Spider
Baucom, John F Production Fiat 124 Spider
Chaney, Les F Production Acura Integra
Church, Keith F Production Toyota Corolla
Coker, Charles F Production Porsche Speedster
Morton, Peter F Production Lotus Super 7
Starkweather, Rick F Production Mazda Miata
Wagner, Terry F Production Acura INTEGRA
Wright, Andrew F Production Triumph Spitfire
Hewell, John Grand Touring Lite Austin Sprite
Lewis, Harvey Grand Touring Lite Datsun 510
Nealon, James Grand Touring Lite Nissan Sentra
Pharr, Robert Grand Touring Lite Datsun 510
Stephens, David Grand Touring Lite Datsun 510 g
Duffy, Robert H Production Honda civic
Fullgraf, Charles H Production Honda Civic
Harris, Patrick H Production MG Midget
Kinsey, David H Production Mazda Swift 016a
Miller, Michael H H Production Austin Healey Sprite
Silegren, Vesa H Production Honda CRX
Vlasak, Evelyn H Production Austin Sprite
Wright, Leanna H Production Mini cooper
Kellogg, Jim Super Production Under BMW Mini-cup
Leigh, John R Super Production Under JL Special Thunderbird
Segars, Tad Super Production Under 600 Racing thunder car
Seifert, Bill Super Production Under Mazda Miata
Azan, Paul Super Touring Under BMW 328
DeShong, Christopher Super Touring Under BMW 330i
Flynn, Mike Super Touring Under BMW 328
Guzman, Jeronimo Super Touring Under BMW Z4
Phee, Willie Super Touring Under Acura Integra
Philibert, Raymond Super Touring Under Mazda miata

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:23 am 
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FP Racer wrote:
Kinsey, David H Production Mazda Swift 016a


I don't know about the rest of the HP crowd, but I gotta believe a Swift in HP might be a bit of an overdog. You'd think an FA driver could navigate MSR and pick the right class.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 6:41 am 
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Dayle Frame wrote:
FP Racer wrote:
Kinsey, David H Production Mazda Swift 016a


I don't know about the rest of the HP crowd, but I gotta believe a Swift in HP might be a bit of an overdog. You'd think an FA driver could navigate MSR and pick the right class.

Dayle

Just hip check him on lap 1 and he won't be a problem.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 6:58 am 
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Post race tech will be ready if needed. :D

But, we've got some fast HP cars down here getting ready for VIR. Maybe he is the weekend rabbit.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 8:04 am 
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FP Racer wrote:
Post race tech will be ready if needed. :D

But, we've got some fast HP cars down here getting ready for VIR. Maybe he is the weekend rabbit.

A Formula Atlantic running in HP would certainly be a rabbit to chase.. ;)

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:28 pm 
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I’d like to see tunnels and wings on Spridgets.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 6:07 am 
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Already have tunnel, the transmission tunnel. As for a wings, all of us familiar with Sprites/Midgets know the fenders are called the wings. I'm starting to worry about the FA getting lapped!

Back in the day, Billy Coates who prepped Tony Drum, Charlie Guest and Ken Pergurson's Sprites/Midgets built a rear wing and would often send the car to the grid with it in place. One of the true characters in the SEDiv saga of HP racing. And then we had John Stamps plus the Alabama gang. And we never knew what would materialize from Florida. Fun time with 12 HP cars trying for 6 Runoffs positions.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 6:55 am 
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Why is it so hard to find official results for this race?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:24 am 
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Mostly due to the fact that the regions dont use the proper titles on Race monitor . If they all included" SCCA" at the front of the listing we could find most of them.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:04 am 
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It was a Majors Race, why don't the results show up on SCCA's main page for the Majors results?

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