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USLMA at Altus results, 4/22/06


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Time Trials

1) 71 Dusty Tutten

2) 87 John Webb

3) 56 Danny Burson

4) 161 Keaton Feller

5) 28 Dusty Fielden

6) 04 Cory Roper

7) 81 Jeff Larsen Jr.

8) 41 Scott Blevins

9) 17 Jenny White

10) 27x Joe Ross

11) 3 Robert Schorr

12) 94 Trent Phillips

13) 23 Jim Gress

14) 92 John David

15) 20 Calvin Mathews

16) 2 JR Fanelli

17) 46 Mark Orth

18) 44 Robby Ybarra

19) 11 Bryan Waldroop

20) 63 Charlie Daniels

21) 18 Bill Driscoll Jr.

22) 27 Mike Hathaway

23) 40 Daryl Duke

24)

 

Quick Six Dash

1) 04

2) 161

3) 87

4) 28

5) 56

6) 71

 

Heat 1

1) 81

2) 17

3) 3

4) 18

5) 11

6) 46

7) 40

8) 23

9) 20

 

Heat 2

1) 27x

2) 41

3) 94

4) 92

5) 2

6) 44

7) 27

8) 63

 

Main Event

1) 56

2) 28

3) 04

4) 27x

5) 92

6) 2

7) 3

8) 17

9) 41

10) 27

11) 161

12) 18

13) 81

14) 71

15) 87

16) 23

17) 63

18) 40

19) 94

20) 11

21) 44

22) 46

23) 20

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They have several things going in their favor--

 

Geography. Look at where the racers are from, and at the tracks available to them. A guy living in Colorado is down to about 2 or 3 tracks (asphalt) within a few hundred miles. The 3 number would include Sandia. Then think about the expense of driving down here.

 

Here is a list of the bodies they can run:

The following are examples of approved models eligible for competition: Buick 1996-1999 Regal, Chevrolet 1996-2006 Monte Carlo, Dodge 2001-2005 Intrepid, 2005-2006 Charger, 1996-1999 Avenger, Ford 1998-2005 Taurus, 2006 Fusion, 1996-1997 Thunderbird, Oldsmobile 1996-1998 Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac 1996-2006 Grand Prix

What does that have to do with it?

They don't make someone stay home because they don't have the ABC body.

 

They also have a few other cost items, such as a requirement for a point ignition. No crank trigger. maybe a little primitive to some, but cost effective to the guys who race them. (We ran 'em for years with no problems)

They also have a tire purchase rule that keeps the "new tire practice" down to a minimum.

 

I know a few guys in that series, and they like the way they are treated by the series, the officials are not afraid to make calls, and the tech officials make their calls without interference from series management.

 

NOTE-I am NOT implying anything here. Just posting what I am told by guys i know who run there.

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