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Thunderhill Raceway Website under construction


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We are in the process of updating our Thunderhill Raceway website, and it's currently unavailable.

 

Until the website transition is completed, please stay tuned to Lone Star Speedzone for all THR news and updates.

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Chase, I'll correct your age!

 

I'll add Jeff's picture link to the website. That's the great part about this new site. It's really easy to add and changes things.

 

Let me know, please, if y'all see something else that needs to be added. I also want to add a section that gives a short description (and possibly a picture) of each class. Do I have any volunteers on wording the descriptions?

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Chase, I'll correct your age!

 

I'll add Jeff's picture link to the website. That's the great part about this new site. It's really easy to add and changes things.

 

Let me know, please, if y'all see something else that needs to be added. I also want to add a section that gives a short description (and possibly a picture) of each class. Do I have any volunteers on wording the descriptions?

 

I'll send you something on the SS class soon.

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Oh my, look at that mug shot in the grand stocks. :o Now that looks like a shady character right there. :lol: Wouldnt want to meet him in a dark alley. :lol::lol:

Just kiddin Floyd!!

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I had to use Floyd's picture in the website rollout. He calls himself our FGSD. If you can't figure out the abbreviation, I'm sure he'll share it with you.

 

I might just add the staff pictures later - think I have most of them anyway . . . somewhere! Thanks for the idea, Papa.

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For some reason they (newsstreams) force using port 8082 to access the thr site when almost always http uses port 80. Most likely your work's IT department has blocked all non essential ports for security purposes. The usual ports we use every day are 80 (http), 443 (https), 21 (ftp). Maybe they (newsstreams) are trying to run their own inhouse server???? Professional web hosting is dirt cheap these days so not sure why..if they are going this route. Just shedding some light on why some may be having trouble accessing that site. Get the THR site running on the proper http port and problem solved.

 

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We are looking into the port issue. I didn't notice it was still pulling from the development address until Jason pointed it out. Please stand by.

 

Davad...

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We have plans to include the Pro Trucks, etc., on the website. It just takes a while to input the pictures and data (have only done a few so far).

 

I'm glad you like the new format. It's so much easier to make changes and additions.

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Well it comes up on my phone ok still cant get it from work. it use to load just fine but maybe they figured out I was on there all dayand blocked me. Now what am I gonna do at work all day? :lol:

 

Sorry, there has been a glitch from the new site development migration to live. I need to fix the port issue for you guys without interrupting the service too much. Now to figure out how to stop time...hmm....

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