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    Racing, going to lake, playing softball, playing bass guitar at church

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  1. Raymond DelaHoussaye Drivers

    Here is a list of drivers I have come up with so far that have raced a car for Raymond's team on Asphalt. Some raced several races and others one or two. Originally I was going to attempt to put together both dirt and asphalt along with wins for each driver, but I quickly noticed that was next to impossible... Even the wins on asphalt alone is a very large amount. I know I personally won (10) for Raymond and JC won (12). Jake Kruger had (5) wins. Seeley, Hausler, and Luza had several as well. No clue on wins for Chris Davidson, John Heil, or Howard Willis, but those numbers will be way up there for sure. Feel free to tell me who I am missing, or if you want to add comments on win totals too. What an honor to have known Raymond, but also to be lucky enough to be on this list of drivers. Raymond's Drivers (Asphalt) Aramendia, Joe Bendele, Brandon Berryman, Brandon Burton, Denny Crofford, Michael Davidson, Christopher Davidson, Greg Hausler, Zak Heil, John Hogan, Christopher James, Colt Kruger, Jake Lancaster, Garrett Luza, Ryan Marshall, Jason Merrell, Matt Michael, TJ Schild, Jerry Seeley, Brent Self, Austin Wayne Starr, David Swenson, Chris Umscheid, David Umscheid, JC Umscheid, Michael Watson, Gary White, Paul Willis, Howard
  2. Friends and Family, Services for Raymond DelaHoussaye, Jr. At St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church 8200 Roos Rd, Houston, TX 77036 December 27th 11:30am Rosary 12noon Celebration Mass 1pm Reception with cake and coffee 2pm Departure for burial service 3pm Burial service at Forest Park Lawndale
  3. Friends and Family, Services for Raymond DelaHoussaye, Jr. At St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church 8200 Roos Rd, Houston, TX 77036 December 27th 11:30am Rosary 12noon Celebration Mass 1pm Reception with cake and coffee 2pm Departure for burial service 3pm Burial service at Forest Park Lawndale
  4. RIP Raymond Delahoussaye

    Friends and Family, Services for Raymond DelaHoussaye, Jr. At St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church 8200 Roos Rd, Houston, TX 77036 December 27th 11:30am Rosary 12noon Celebration Mass 1pm Reception with cake and coffee 2pm Departure for burial service 3pm Burial service at Forest Park Lawndale
  5. Prayers for Raymond Delahoussaye requested

    Prayers needed for Raymond as he is back in the hospital today and not doing well at all.
  6. Snowball Derby Unofficial Results

    Travis Braden is the official winner
  7. 52nd Annual Snowball Derby Unofficial Results Pos. # Driver 1 51n Stephen Nasse 2 26b Travis Braden 3 35 Jake Garcia 4 53b Cole Butcher 5 30 Jesse Dutilly 6 48 Preston Peltier 7 51s Chandler Smith 8 22 Casey Roderick 9 18 Hunter Robbins 10 36 Dan Fredrickson 11 53j Boris Jurkovic 12 119 Dalton Zehr 13 12G Derek Griffith 14 91 Ty Majeski 15 9C Jeff Choquette 16 43 Derek Thorn 17 81 Giovanni Bromante 18 7d John DeAngelis 19 2 Derek Kraus 20 54c Matt Craig 21 9m Brad May 22 51a Michael Atwell 23 20m Cole Moore 24 75 Jeremy Doss 25 16 Lucas Jones 26 26p Bubba Pollard 27 10 Kaden Honeycutt 28 54g David Gilliland 29 112 Augie Grill 30 57 Josh Berry 31 14c Connor Okrzesik 32 7 Corey LaJoie 33 21p Jeremy Pate 34 11 David Rogers 35 15 Rodrigo Rejon 36 4 Kyle Plott 37 78 Corey Heim Kaden ran in the top 15 all night and a lot of the race in the top 10. Didn’t get the finish he deserved.
  8. Well they finally did....not since 1960

    I agree every Nascar team’s shocks being used today have progressively become several times more aggressive than in the past and that it has a high probability of being the cause. I’m just also saying they might have just missed it on their guesstimating of what the track was gonna do. Maybe they were anticipating the track loosening up over the course of the race so wanted the nose planted at the beginning. They then would be lowering the back of the car while adjusting which would raise the nose. Minimizing that would be a necessity for sure. Also, the traditional way of loosening the car would still lower the LF nose as you raise the RR and lower the LR which adds weight to the LF. Anotger thought has to do with aero adjustments which we don’t have to worry AS MUCH about while averages 90-95 at tracks like Kyle or HMP. I know for a fact they raise both rears to loosen the car overall but get the spoiler in the air a little more so the entry stability stays relatively close. Just some thoughts. I am also glad they are actually cracking down on this as they already allow a tolerance (yellow) which every team immediately could care less about the green zone anymore. If you roll through and in the green everywhere, someone is getting a talking to about why they aren’t winning...
  9. Well they finally did....not since 1960

    Might not be the shocks fault though. Maybe the shock/spring combo was designed to be right at tolerance but didn’t factor in enough leeway for the chassis changes throughout the race. Let’s say the crew chief decides to put 2 turns of “wedge” in the RR on the first stop, a turn in both rears on the second stop, and another half turn in the right rear on the last stop. At the end of the race the RR is 2-1/2 turns higher and the LR is a turn higher. Never touched the front heights on pit stops but what happens to the nose heights? The nose is past the front pivot points and you raised the back of your “flat line” of the ride heights. The front of the flat line will go down. If you start the race with zero tolerance room to spare, you run this risk over the course of a race with multiple adjustments.
  10. Truck Confiscated

    https://m.nascar.com/news-media/2019/07/16/no-additional-penalties-halmar-racing-52-truck-confiscated/
  11. Truck Confiscated

    That truck was a “new generation” truck for GMS. That is why no $ or suspension penalties. They probably should’ve just brought that one as the backup or dropped a new gen truck off at the R&D center before bringing it to the track. Nothing deemed illegal yet but as a precaution, it wasn’t allowed on the track until looked at thoroughly.
  12. Too Many Rules

    I’m not telling my name either...childish
  13. K & N East

  14. I vote run ‘em. They used to let them run and just required radios. At this point car count should be the most important thing right? See y’all on the 19th and 20th.
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