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 Posted: Mar-05-2012 11:38AM
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Last post: Jun 4, 2018
Member since:Aug 22, 2010
Great day of racing perfect weather. Stock slash class was fun can't wait for next mounth. See you at the races.

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 10:48AM
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Member since:Aug 7, 2007
PBR, that's cool.....hope you had a good time and will come back....

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 10:46AM
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Member since:Aug 7, 2007
What you saw is what we'll be running....no interior (unless you wanna), non adjustable 25.5 brushless, non ramping esc, spec tires, 3.4-3.7 overall ratio and vintage body. It was kind of a mish mash because some of the parts aren't yet available but should be shortly.

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 10:45AM
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The ROAR rules for VTA are slightly different. The weight is 1450g and there are three motor types. Check the ROAR web site for the break down on the class. Gary, Dan, and David ran silver cans on Sunday to see if they would be fast enough to run with the 25.5 motor that I ran. Dan's car was fast enough to give the 25.5 a fun race, but the draw back is the high temp the silver can produced. Yes, the VTA web site encouages classic Trans Am muscle cars from late sixties to early seventies and to have a driver included.

Sunday was warm and the racing hot. The 360 wingless sprints were outsanding, a good turn out for the new class. I had fun racing the VTA class. Dan your car is cool, and fast it was a great race right down to the finish. See you all at the water distric on April 1.

Gordon.

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 09:01PM
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Last post: Jun 5, 2017
Member since:Apr 9, 2011
Great racing, good fun! Thanks everybody that was a blast. Had a chance to run my new TC6 that car is sweet! I have a question about the new VTA class, when the point series starts are the rules Going be as tight as they are on this link here ?(http://www.usvintagetransam.com/rules/index.html) It says you have to have a painted interior with a driver. And has it been decided that it will be a running silver cans or 25.5 brushless? I'm just curious because I think I'm going to build one.

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 08:54PM
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yes a great day of racing...good to see everybody enjoying there day of racing ...weather was GREAT....how many entries 80 or so?? the sprint cars were exciting and fast cya at the next one

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 08:05PM
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Member since:May 7, 2002

Big thanks to the Ground Pounders for a great day of racing and fun!!

The VTA Class is great I had a blast Racing with Gordon, Gary and Dave.

Those were some good Battles Gordon, that was a lot of fun!!!!

See ya at the next race,

 Dan.

 

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 Posted: Mar-04-2012 07:54PM
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WOW!!! What a day! The track was set up super early so there was lots of practice...thanks to all involved. Everything got started on time, beautiful weather and new classes....the sprints were the big story of the day with two heats, 17.5 NR oval had lots of cars and Trans Am had four entries...lots of fun.

Thanks to all who helped run the race day...still need a few more announcers...its a piece of cake to do and there are plenty of GP's there during the day....please step up and give it a try.

Next race is April 1 at the same site!

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 06:05PM
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Last post: Jun 1, 2012
Member since:May 5, 2007
Really fun day! Thanks to the GP club for introduction of the wingless class, I learned a lot and tried a lot of things which definitely paid dividends in the A main.

Big thanks to Kevin and Mike for all their help with my 17.5 car. I was super happy with a 3rd place for my fist time running an oval pan car, it was a ton of fun and can't wait to wheel it again!

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 02:51PM
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Member since:May 5, 2007
Didnt see it this morning, now I did that I went back further and looked harder.

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 07:43AM
 Edited:  Mar-04-2012 12:00AM
Total posts: 873
Last post: Jun 21, 2018
Member since:Aug 7, 2007
The warm up race is normally a 'club members only' event but we opened this one to everyone and if you scroll back a page or so in this very thread we posted the entire year's schedule with locations and addresses

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 07:26AM
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Last post: Jun 1, 2012
Member since:May 5, 2007
No offense to the people running this show. But if you want people to come out and support the club, you need a schedule WITH RACE LOCATIONS AND ADDRESSES! pencil that topic into the next board meeting.

I just figured I'd look on the ground pounders site to figure out where to go this morning = NOTHING

Then I looked on here = NOTHING

Finally I searched my back emails because I remembered one of Jake's Newsletters (which I just signed up for about a month ago) having a blip about it = 404 Aviation Blvd.

This really should be the simplest and most important part of the deal.

Rant over, I'll see you guys in an hour.

ford.

 Posted: Mar-01-2012 10:13PM
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Member since:May 5, 2007
As long as none of those "ignorant mistakes" are full throttle wall shots, then it should be all good!

Can't wait for Sunday!!!!

 Posted: Mar-01-2012 09:57PM
Total posts: 2757
Last post: Oct 2, 2014
Member since:Apr 25, 2003
ABR: I do now and this is officially the first tip that rectifies an ignorant mistake with this car. The first of inevitable thousands!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Posted: Mar-01-2012 09:30PM
Total posts: 202
Last post: Jul 10, 2012
Member since:Feb 23, 2009

Wow, eric. I would have guessed it to be red, but this is totaly left field.

Nice.

 Posted: Mar-01-2012 09:08PM
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Last post: Jun 1, 2012
Member since:May 5, 2007
Looks great! you know the little edges on the hood look way better tucked behind the side panels though

 Posted: Mar-01-2012 04:31PM
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Member since:May 7, 2002

Edub,

 the Sprint car looks amazing!! Well done

See ya Sunday

Dan

 

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 Posted: Mar-01-2012 03:12PM
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Last post: Oct 2, 2014
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RC Wingless Sprint Car update: Painted, stickered, solid five-footer FTW!

Need to install the gizmos and dial in my setup (read make WAGs) next.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Posted: Mar-01-2012 08:41AM
Total posts: 58
Last post: Oct 31, 2012
Member since:Nov 12, 2006
Hey Sherman I have a half gallon of one of the ingredients of the super-sauce, shall I bring it?

THE  GREENMOMBA

MR. EIGHTEEN WHEELER

LEAVE IT TO BEAVER

THE  GREENMOMBA

MR. EIGHTEEN WHEELER

LEAVE IT TO BEAVER

 Posted: Mar-01-2012 06:19AM
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set up time ? 6:45-7:00 am see ya there---- I got the sauce and sprayers

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