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Old 11-17-2008, 02:51 PM   #1
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I would just like to thank CCS South for a great season. With it being my first season and for the most part first time on a road race bike it was a total blast! I met some great people that most of you know like Fred, Joanne, Bill Drake, Buck Beasley, Elias, Dennis, Eric, John and many others.

I have been around racing most of my life and was wondering if this type of racing was going to be like the other types that I have done. Where people are friendly (for the most part LOL) and will lend a helping hand if it comes right down to it. And, I have to say yea these guys are great. By the end of the season it was like one big family. It was a wonderful experance.

I had some problems in the first part of the season and then at Barber had a huge problem. But, somehow still ended up with a class championship or two. When I had my miss hap at Barber the "family" was there to help me through it. With helping my 69 year old Uncle load the trailer there all the way to calling me about every week checking on me just to see how I was doing. Helping with bike set up, riding tricks, and much more.

I can't thank all of you enough.

Have a great winter and see you all next year.
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WOOT! See you out there next year, hopefully there wont be any "problems" next year.
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Old 11-19-2008, 03:45 PM   #3
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Old 11-19-2008, 05:03 PM   #4
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other than being on mostly different tracks,what is the big diff from CMRA?
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Old 11-19-2008, 05:12 PM   #5
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other than being on mostly different tracks,what is the big diff from CMRA?
Umm you get to ride barber and then daytona twice, b ut it was first season and grids were a smaller then CMRA. Its all good fun once the green flag drops.
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what about cost and requirements,thinking of doing some of it next year......
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Old 11-20-2008, 01:12 AM   #7
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I've kept track of standings all season, and considering it was your rookie season on a race bike you did extremely well. Huge congrats to you! I wish you the best of luck next year. Hopefully bigger fields and bigger payouts! Good Luck!
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