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Old 04-12-2010, 11:18 AM   #1
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TWS (Texas World Speedway) Results?

I heard from a client of mine that there were a lot of red flags and some bad wrecks at TWS (Texas World Speedway) yesterday. Did everyone from here fare alright?
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Old 04-12-2010, 12:04 PM   #2
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Here's the stuff I found out about the ones I saw. Copied from another forum. Also a prov nov got rear ended by a nov on the grid, but I heard they were both alright.

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Who was the rider on the blue bike that highsided on the horseshoe and landed in the middle of the track? Anyone know if he ended up being ok? He never stood up, and I know they took a while getting him on the stretcher. To add insult to injury, when they were pulling off I guess they didn't tie his bike down good and it fell over on the trailer. Hopefully he heals up quick whoever it is!

There was also a rider that went off on a white 09 (r6?) it was in turn 8/9, he got up really quick and seemed to be fine. But there was also a guy that went down in 8 at around the same time and he was standing as well, but did his bike come apart? :eek: I was looking through the binoculars and I could have sworn they picked up a front end and threw it in the back of the truck. Maybe I'm way off though haha

Hope everyone else that went down is doing alright too. That ish has gotta hurt..
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James Camacho. He is ok. Pretty gnarly gash to his thumb from my understaning. Up and comer on in the 600 expert ranks for sure.
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your eyes did not fail you.... that was James Keenan and yes they had to load the front end separate. Frame broke.... he's fine though.
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I wasnt there but it had to be one of the A races or Formula 1.... he was on a K6 GSXR 1000.

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There were lots of reds yesterday, and I was not even there all day. My son raced on Saturday and rolled on pretty good. 3rd in F6 and 6th in F5 on his NSF132. I heard that JC Camacho went down on his 600 and severed a thumb. Not sure how bad it was, but I really hope he is OK!!!

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!!! That bike is toast....I hope all the downed riders turn out alright. Crashing sucks.
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!!! That bike is toast....I hope all the downed riders turn out alright. Crashing sucks.
No joke! I was trying to watch them through the binoculars, and I saw the guy stand up so I knew he was at least somewhat ok. Then I watched the corner workers and everyone in the crash truck just sort of look at the bike on the ground, as if confused what to do for a minute. Now I understand why
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