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Old 09-08-2009, 11:57 AM   #1
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CMRA Cresson mini Endurance Thanks

"No Comment" would like to Thank CMRA and TMGP once again for putting on a great event @ Cresson. While we all have our differences with minis and Ninja 250s - the 3 Hour race went relatively smoothly and finished cleanly. I must say the F4 guys were more friendly this round out with their passing.

We had a great time at the track and would like to thank the officials and volunteers for putting it on for us. The corner workers for putting up with the heat and keeping an eye on us.

I'd like to congratulate all the podium finishers - it made for some tight racing, with all of F4 1st,2nd and 3rd finishing within 1 lap of each other.

For F5 - TMGP took home all podium positions.
For F6 - TMGP took home 1st spot
For F7 - TMGP took home 3rd, with the OSB taking 2nd - finishing on the same lap as 1st

Close fights in all classes.

Here's something I found really interesting in the F5 fastest laptimes:

The leading F4 teams on their Ninja250s were putting down nice 1:12s-1:17s, which is plenty fast!
However our TMGP F5 teams managed to put down a:

Best Laptime of 1:15.189 in lap: 45 by No Comment
Best Laptime of 1:16.291 in lap: 107 by Not As Fat Guy Racing
Best Laptime of 1:17.133 in lap: 10 by Ninja CHP

All 3 teams averaged over 70 mph according to the CMRA transponder detail... Yes over 70 mph was the average, including the SLOWER guys on the teams .. :shock:

Really goes to show you the level of riders, level of builders, and how much potential a 135-150lbs bike really has... :lol:

As always I'd like to Thank the officials, cws, our families, friends, visa/m/c sponsors, our sticky tires which gave out after the 2 hour mark :P, and ofcourse our engine builder "Lucky" @ LCS Reloaded for providing us with a reliable and fast motor...

See you guys @ the last Endurance round
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Old 09-08-2009, 01:28 PM   #2
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"No Comment" would like to Thank CMRA and TMGP once again for putting on a great event @ Cresson. While we all have our differences with minis and Ninja 250s - the 3 Hour race went relatively smoothly and finished cleanly. I must say the F4 guys were more friendly this round out with their passing.

We had a great time at the track and would like to thank the officials and volunteers for putting it on for us. The corner workers for putting up with the heat and keeping an eye on us.

I'd like to congratulate all the podium finishers - it made for some tight racing, with all of F4 1st,2nd and 3rd finishing within 1 lap of each other.

For F5 - TMGP took home all podium positions.
For F6 - TMGP took home 1st spot
For F7 - TMGP took home 3rd, with the OSB taking 2nd - finishing on the same lap as 1st

Close fights in all classes.

Here's something I found really interesting in the F5 fastest laptimes:

The leading F4 teams on their Ninja250s were putting down nice 1:12s-1:17s, which is plenty fast!
However our TMGP F5 teams managed to put down a:

Best Laptime of 1:15.189 in lap: 45 by No Comment
Best Laptime of 1:16.291 in lap: 107 by Not As Fat Guy Racing
Best Laptime of 1:17.133 in lap: 10 by Ninja CHP

All 3 teams averaged over 70 mph according to the CMRA transponder detail... Yes over 70 mph was the average, including the SLOWER guys on the teams .. :shock:

Really goes to show you the level of riders, level of builders, and how much potential a 135-150lbs bike really has... :lol:

As always I'd like to Thank the officials, cws, our families, friends, visa/m/c sponsors, our sticky tires which gave out after the 2 hour mark :P, and ofcourse our engine builder "Lucky" @ LCS Reloaded for providing us with a reliable and fast motor...

See you guys @ the last Endurance round


I really think you need a life buddy! By the way you didnt thank me for putting up with your ch1t!
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Old 09-08-2009, 01:52 PM   #3
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Old 09-08-2009, 01:56 PM   #4
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Thanks Moe, the race was fun. It was a good and very bad day for Dawg Pound but that's part of the game I guess. I just wish Jon could have been with us.
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Old 09-08-2009, 01:57 PM   #5
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Thanks Moe, the race was fun. It was a good and very bad day for Dawg Pound but that's part of the game I guess. I just wish Jon could have been with us.
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Congrats on your 1st in F6.

Don't worry Jon will be up and running in no time . Your really liking that KX frame I could tell...
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