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Looks like the only class to which the ASA rules apply is their late model class. THR doesn't have a late model weeky class, so they wouldn't have any reason to adopt ASA rules. Or does ASA offer rules for other classes also?

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they have speed trucks, super modifieds, modifieds and some super late stuff, at least thats what on their website, www.asaracing.com

 

big john

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Looks like the only class to which the ASA rules apply is their late model class. THR doesn't have a late model weeky class, so they wouldn't have any reason to adopt ASA rules. Or does ASA offer rules for other classes also?

|You're probably right tho....Does'nt seem like it could be used for them

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they have speed trucks, super modifieds, modifieds and some super late stuff, at least thats what on their website, www.asaracing.com

 

big john

 

Different ASA I believe I read that the monroe track were using ASAlatemodel rules which Ron Varney's group runs same touring that ran at SAS and the ASA sanction that THR and HMP are a different organization

all together

 

Thats what i was told at least

 

Doug

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When talking about ASA cars and tracks, remember that the ASA Late Model Series are a separate entity from the ASA Member Track program.

 

Tha ASA LM cars run a basic similar rules package.

 

The ASA member tracks can run anything class or rules they want.

 

Yes, it can be confusing with the name similarity.

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