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NOTE: THIS IS A TEST TO COMPARE UNEDITED AND EDITED SUBMISSIONS. THIS THREAD WILL BE REMOVED AFTER THE TEST IS COMPLETED

 

THANKS FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING

 

 

 

Texas Super Racing Series September 2, 2005 ThunderHill Raceway

Position No. Name Laps Best Spd Best Tm Start Pos Points

1 16 Cody Smith 75 86.413 15.831 1 185

2 9 Tommy Gural 75 85.854 15.934 5 170

3 25 Teresa Gural 75 83.834 16.318 15 165 Scratched

4 5 Bill Hamilton 75 84.06 16.274 13 165

5 7 Chris Schild 75 86.119 15.885 4 155

6 3 David Snokhous 75 84.674 16.156 10 150

7 38 Craig Sellman 75 85.292 16.039 11 146

8 28 Leland Waddell 70 85.287 16.04 7 142

9 34 Ricky Gavin 69 83.04 16.474 17 138 Scratched

10 49 Robert Walton 69 84.283 16.231 8 134

11 3 Bobby Joe New 67 86.304 15.851 3 130

12 12 Adam Haugh 67 84.112 16.264 14 127

13 55 Mike Cullen 67 84.99 16.096 9 124

14 14 Gary Chancellor 66 83.267 16.429 16 0 Scratched

15 24 John Hernandez 65 80.061 17.087 18 0 Scratched

16 9 Kyle Sirizzotti 58 85.994 15.908 6 121

17 13 Ian Webster 56 85.79 15.946 2 118

18 22 Shane Harris 52 84.439 16.201 12 115

19 32 Jay Turner Jr 13 78.015 17.535 19 112 Scratched

 

 

 

Fastest Qualifier # 16 Points awarded 5 points

Hard Charger Car # 5 Improved 9 Positions awarded 5 points

All Cars Pulling From impound Choose to Start Scratch and are NOT eligible for Hard Charger

 

No Points were awarded to Cars # 14 and 24 because they are NON registered drivers

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THIS IS THE EDITED VERSION OF THE ABOVE RELEASE. THIS THREAD WILL BE DELETED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS TEST.

 

 

 

Texas Super Racing Series at Thunder Hill Raceway Results, 9/2/06

 

Place, Car#, Name, Laps, Fastest Race Lap, Starting Pos, Points

 

1. (16) Cody Smith, 75, 15.831, 1, 185

2. (9) Tommy Gural, 75, 15.934, 5, 170

3. (25) Teresa Gural, 75, 16.318, 15, 165

4. (5) Bill Hamilton, 75, 16.274, 13, 165

5. (7) Chris Schild, 75, 15.885, 4, 155

6. (3) David Snokhous, 75, 16.156, 10, 150

7. (38) Craig Sellman, 75, 16.039, 11, 146

8. (28) Leland Waddell, 70, 16.04, 7, 142

9. (34) Ricky Gavin, 69, 16.474, 17, 138

10. (49) Robert Walton, 69, 16.231, 8, 134

11. (3) Bobby Joe New, 67, 15.851, 3, 130

12. (12) Adam Haugh, 67, 16.264, 14, 127

13. (55) Mike Cullen, 67, 16.096, 9, 124

14. (14) Gary Chancellor, 66, 16.429, 16, 0

15. (24) John Hernandez, 65, 17.087, 18, 0

16. (9) Kyle Sirizzotti, 58, 15.908, 6, 121

17. (13) Ian Webster, 56, 15.946, 2, 118

18. (22) Shane Harris, 52, 16.201, 12, 115

19. (32) Jay Turner, Jr., 13, 17.535, 19, 112

 

Fastest Qualifier: Car #16 Awarded 5 points

 

Hard Charger: Car #5 Improved 9 positions - awarded 5 points Note: Cars #14, #24, #25, #32 and #34 pulled from pre-race impound and chose to start scratch and were not eligible for the Hard Charger Award

 

No Points were awarded to Cars #14 and #24 because they are non-registered drivers

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damn nick you waited too long to follow up......................we were already heading for the shelter , and i saw buddy beat an old lady down for the last case of water at the HEB.

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OK.. since y'all are so anxious to take a test:

 

1) What came first, the chicken or the egg? (This question is for racing promoters only)

 

2) Why did the chicken cross the street? (This one is for Super Late Model drivers only)

 

3) If a plane crashed on the OK - TX border - I mean exactly on the border so half the plane was in TX and the other half was in OK - where would they bury the survivors?

 

4) If one train started in San Francisco and headed east at 43.2 Miles per hour and another train started in NYC and headed west at 46.9 MPH, and if we assume that NYC and San Francisco are exactly 2930.6583 miles apart, how many politicians would call for a congressional investigation after they met head on?

 

5) How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

 

6) Spell the word "CAT" (this one is for Oldtimer only)

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a chicken and an egg are laying in bed after a very passionate moment...........the chicken rolls over and lights a cigarrette............the egg says "guess that answers that question."

 

..........self edit...................

 

 

i'm sorry , i'm not a race promoter..........

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So, did the test work??

Lloyd,

 

I intended to only leave it up for a few minutes so that the TSRS staff could evaluate which format they would prefer.

 

But the thread got too much fun to take down...

 

Nick

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So, did the test work??

Lloyd,

 

I intended to only leave it up for a few minutes so that the TSRS staff could evaluate which format they would prefer.

 

But the thread got too much fun to take down...

 

Nick

So which one did they like better -

 

Sample A or Sample B

 

Creamy or Crunchy

 

Tastes great, less filling

 

:unsure::unsure: :unsure:

:blink::blink:

:lol:

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bigfat Posted on Sep 6 2006, 03:11 PM

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If you have a hole that is 1 foot deep 1 foot wide and 1 foot long. How many square feet of dirt do you get out of it????  

 

None, but you would get 1 square foot of air.

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