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Old 03-26-2008, 12:20 PM   #1
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LSTD @ MSR-Cresson, 04/28: Update...!!!

Just a quick heads-up.... our event on Monday, April 28th @ MSR-Cresson will now be running the full 3.1 mile track! If you haven't ridden the full track you are really missing out so now is the opportunity!

As usual, we thank you for your support.
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cool deal....i always wanted to try out the full track....

has anybody worked out the kinks with the radios being relayed from the old to the new track?
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Old 03-26-2008, 12:43 PM   #3
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Radio issues

Yep,

The operations staff for our event will have people manned at both parts of the track to relay pertinent information. We will not have any issues.
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Old 03-26-2008, 01:18 PM   #4
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Sweet!

Jeff, remember running those dozen or so laps as the first people allowed to run the 3.1? I had a blast that day!

I really like this configuration, I can't wait for the day when it's feasible to race the 3.1.
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I might get in on this. Always wanted to try out cresson
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very fun tracks seperately, i'm sure that combined they'll be excellent.
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very fun tracks seperately, i'm sure that combined they'll be excellent.
I had a blast on the short track....I'm hoping GSS is just as technical minus the elevation changes. Either way, I'm sure I'll enjoy GSS. I wish I could make this one...maybe later in the year.
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.I'm hoping GSS is just as technical minus the elevation changes.
You're wasting your time comparing GSS to MSR. It's a whole 'nuther world at MSR.

Not bashing GSS, I really had fun there, but MSR is a big difference... huge. GSS is technical, MSR brings "technical" to another level of the definition of the term by comparison.
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You're wasting your time comparing GSS to MSR. It's a whole 'nuther world at MSR.

Not bashing GSS, I really had fun there, but MSR is a big difference... huge. GSS is technical, MSR brings "technical" to another level of the definition of the term by comparison.


Tom is correctamundo.....they are two VERY different tracks in every different aspect. apples to oranges danny.....
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