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Late Models - $4,000

Street Stocks -

Bombers - $1,000

????????

 

2-Day show on Friday and Saturday with Practice on Thursday.

 

We will be announcing the rules and the full purse in the next couple of weeks.

 

The intention of the rules will be to allow Late Models from TSRS, SA, Houston, and Kyle. The Street Stock rules will be formatted to allow the Kyle Street Stocks, SA Sportsman, and the CC Super Streets to run competitively.

 

Keep watching for additional information.

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Truck99    0

The payout for the SS class is not shown on the postings. Is it still being formatted, or do guys know already?

 

Thanks

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slysnake    0

uhhhh....where are the Thunders in this thing? We like money too! :huh:

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SS99 - it is still being formulated, probably in the range of $2000 to win with a good payout all the way down.

 

Slysnake - See the ??????? on my first post? That is the Thunder class, I am still trying to decide if the Thunders are going to be involved or not.

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Mel    0

Perhaps u could invite the Texas Pro Sedans, and the locals could run with them.

 

That is, if there are no conflicting dates.

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poorboy    0

Maybe CC could do something for the Thunder class but the other tracks don't run four cylinders so there probably won't be a need for a "big money" race.

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Mel    0

How about......Thunders, TPS, Allison's......all together to race for 50 laps!

 

I'll bet 40-50 cars show up for a show like that!

 

Yessir, that would be cool!

 

Mel

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Jason    0

I would have to say in my opinion no to the texas thunder races for that weekend. You guys have had the oppurtunity to race against TPS at each of the TPS races this year. These are special races and the TT would not have a draw from the same areas as the other car classes. If sas and thr had minis then ya but nope. Sorry.

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Mel    0

Shadykid14,

 

Top TPS cars run laps at about 1/2 second faster than the top allisons. I don't know what lap times the top thunder cars run. Maybe crew chief 21/73 can lend us a hand. 77, 21, 26, 73 are these the fastest thunders? Please help me out.

 

Thanks, Mel

 

I did some research, CC Track Record

Texas Pro Sedans .......... 15.56

Texas Thunders ............. 16.60

Allison's ................... around 16.00 (no official track record)

The allison times were from our last race there.

 

I also wonder how much The Texas Thunder cars would speed up with the options the TPS allows them to run. I sure would like to see a few of the local Thunders bolt on those Hoosiers and give it a try.

 

Oh, BTW, Allisons run Goodyear treaded tires. They are very hard and have very little grip, but...they do last for a long time. lol :P I would love to bolt those Hoosiers on the Allison cars. Come by and check them Goodyears out the next time we race in CC.

 

Thanks, Mel

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Mel    0

No need to worry about hurtin the fiberglass. I believe it would be a good race.... and I'll race em' all clean. I'm sure fun would be had by all!

 

BAD BOYZ 4 BANGER SHOOT-OUT!

 

TEXAS PRO SEDANS VS. TEXAS THUNDER VS. ALLISON'S

 

WOOOA YEEAAA!

 

WHAT YOU GONNA DO WHEN THEY COME FOR YOU! :D

 

 

Dude, I know I'm dreaming.

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OK, looking for some comments from the Late Model drivers out there. Race format for the Texas Stock Car Championships, Looking at running 75 laps then taking a mandatory stop, the leader at 75 laps will get 500 or 1000 of the 4000, then resume the race after we role for a mandatory invert for another 75 laps. Winner of the second 75 wins the 3000 or 3500. Looking for critisism, remember this type of format is fan freindly and we are trying to put on a show for the fans.

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Jason    0

Sounds perfect. No tire changes during that stop. Line them up on the front straight and let a crew member come out to make adjustments but no tire changes. I agree with Larry on the competition caution with 15 to go. How about yellows do not count in those 15 to go either or in the last 75 laps?

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Double A    0

Hey shadykid414, EJ and Bobby are running low 16's because of the stroker motors they have, if they're soooo fast they should run with the Pro Sedans Series, where

stroker motors are illegal. Plus slicks wont get them much faster than you think it

will, it will also change they're handling.

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OK, looking for some comments from the Late Model drivers out there. Race format for the Texas Stock Car Championships, Looking at running 75 laps then taking a mandatory stop, the leader at 75 laps will get 500 or 1000 of the 4000, then resume the race after we role for a mandatory invert for another 75 laps. Winner of the second 75 wins the 3000 or 3500. Looking for critisism, remember this type of format is fan freindly and we are trying to put on a show for the fans.

im thinking at the very least 1000 to winner for the first segment, to eliminate the sand-bagging, and the 2nd half should be a 100 lapper. i would like to see that format possibly ran in the SS race also. btw great idea and it should be a helluva race.

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shadykid414    0

Double A neither one of them cars have stroker motors in them and they dont run low 16s cuz of them its cuz of how the cars handle the 21 is prolly the best handling car out there and the 73's driver can drive the crap out of his car

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