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Old 06-27-2008, 02:26 PM   #1
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TMGP Results going into Round 5

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F5 Class

1. Team Ninja 2 1120
2. Taking Care of Business 1107
3. Fat Guy Racing 1071
4. TMGP 959
5. HiZoot Racing 929
6. JMJ Racing 285



F6 Class

1. Team Ninja 1027
2. JSK Racing 979
3. AW Tooling 542
4. Teeth First 528
5. Team Loctite 396
6. Ring of Fire 265
7. GodSpeed 256
8. AF1 170
9. Loctite 153
10. San Antonio PowerSports 79


F7 Class

1. Mad Season 959 - Novice (1st) - MotoHouston Team
2. Que Paso 939 - Novice (2nd) - MotoHouston Team

3. Mark & Jeff 912 - Expert (1st)

4. No Redline Essay 865 - Expert (2nd) - MotoHouston Team
5. Sikk 100 865 - Expert (3rd)

6. Monkey Wrench Gang 824 - Expert (4th)
7. APA Racing 689 - Novice (3rd)
8. Team RideSmart 649 - Novice (4th) - MotoHouston Team
9. Reddy Racing 482 - Novice (5th) - MotoHouston Team
10. Dawg Pound 439 - Novice (6th)
11. NSRS-R-US 279 - Expert (5th) - MotoHouston/TSBA Team
12. NorthWest Honda 272 - Expert (6th)
13. Sitting Duck Racing 226 - Novice (7th) - MotoHouston Team
14. Haley MotorSports 224 - Novice (8th)
15. Branyon Racing 220 - Novice (9th)
16. RoadBlock Racing 210 - Novice (10th)
17. Moe Had Questions 200 - Novice (11th)
18. BullDog Racing 171 - Novice (12th)
19. Hobby Racing 121 - Expert (7th)


Talk about close battles for "podiums" in F7!
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Old 06-27-2008, 03:02 PM   #2
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Very close race. One flat tire or a blown motor could change the whole thing! We need an advantage. I'm gonna start droppin' banana peels on the track!


Looks like 2 or 3 MH teams might carry a single-digit number plate next year.
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Old 06-27-2008, 04:10 PM   #3
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Very close race. One flat tire or a blown motor could change the whole thing! We need an advantage. I'm gonna start droppin' banana peels on the track!


Looks like 2 or 3 MH teams might carry a single-digit number plate next year.
Advantage!

Dude, you got 2 of the fastest F7 riders on your team. Heck they are running lap times faster then the EXPERTS!

I'm lucky if I can just heal up, once again I'll be riding injured with no team mate.

I'm going all out this year - next year I'll probably just stick to sprints or get on an F5 team. Those things look scary fast!
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Old 06-27-2008, 04:14 PM   #4
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Moe da Pro...are you allowed anymore riders on your team this year and need someone? I wanna race so badly!
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Old 06-27-2008, 09:57 PM   #5
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Moe da Pro...are you allowed anymore riders on your team this year and need someone? I wanna race so badly!
You any good at crashing...., only crashers that can sustain injuries need inquire.
Keep up the good work Moe! KEEP IT ON THE RUBBBBBER!!!!
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Old 06-28-2008, 05:07 PM   #6
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i can crash with the best of them, but I have been pretty good lately about keeping the bike upright lately.

i hope you guys are having a great time right now!
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Old 06-29-2008, 08:57 PM   #7
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Keep up the good work Moe! KEEP IT ON THE RUBBBBBER!!!!
Could have used that advice yesterday!
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Old 06-30-2008, 12:10 AM   #8
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Twas a lil wet sat night. Fun racing tho in the rain
Everyone slows down quite a bit and tries to keep the bike upright. haha
I had ppl spinnin round in front of me........ probably due to fear of my mad minibike skillz.
On a serious note, the racing in the rain was a blast and it dried up for the sprints on sunday. I had a GREAT weekend.
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Old 06-30-2008, 07:42 AM   #9
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Although we are a 7E team, this is my first race season. I was a little concerned about the rain at first. Once I figured out the slick spots, it was actually a lot of fun.
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Good Race. Rain riding sure helps !

will update results in new thread sometime later on today.

Congrats to all the podium finishers!
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I had a blast. It was my first attempt at riding motard style. I think I like it!!!

Congrats to everyone.
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Old 06-30-2008, 09:43 AM   #12
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yeah I had a blast too... I felt great in the rain and I was rippin it out there sliding every which way. I even got a chance to get around several kx65 on my little 110! its not every day you get a chance to do that!

much fun and congrats to all who finished!
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Old 06-30-2008, 09:44 AM   #13
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I had a blast. It was my first attempt at riding motard style. I think I like it!!!

Congrats to everyone.
Yea it was funny to see the NSR50 guys with their legs sticking out in corners.

The rain really leveled the playing field! For some reason I never figured out the motard style leg sticking out, knee out made more sense and worked best for me, I wonder if it has anything to do with me being on 17s? You guys on 12s with legs out looked hella good!

Specially Gianni for QPR - he was the Chris Vermeulen of F7N in my books!
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Old 06-30-2008, 05:26 PM   #14
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I hate ridin in the rain. Only two things are are good in bad weather, surf and , even better when done in that order.
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You guys are kicking .

The lil red devil will hopefully be back together for the next katy race.
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The lil red devil will hopefully be back together for the next katy race.
Cool! where have ya'll been hiding?
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Just wanna give you guys a fair head start.

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The rain really leveled the playing field! For some reason I never figured out the motard style leg sticking out, knee out made more sense and worked best for me, I wonder if it has anything to do with me being on 17s? You guys on 12s with legs out looked hella good!

Specially Gianni for QPR - he was the Chris Vermeulen of F7N in my books!
thanks man... yeah I felt super comfortable in the rain. That bike was sliding all over the place and I was able to make passes on the guys with kx65s! the whole time I was out there I'd say I can count the people that passed me in 1 hand. I don't think it was the 17s it was probably just lack of practice using that method that feels so weird the first few times you do it.

That's only my 2nd time riding in the rain, but I was able to adapt pretty quick after some number of laps. I had some very near highsides, lowsides, and a crash which I think put a light sprain on my knee because it still hurts.

we managed to hang on but it was so close as we ran out of gas with about 8-10 minutes to go and lost a few laps. luckily Carlos made it to the pits and we gased her up and off she went.
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