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  1. Let me take off the red hat and throw on the blue hat... Here is who we are expecting: Matt Tanner, Shawn Donath, Jeff Cook, Kelly Hebing, Dave Axton, Parker Evans, Dylan Swiernik, Denny Peebles, Scott Holcomb, Chad Miller, Kyle Moffit, Tommy Wickham, Tyler Cartier, Kyle Fraser, Edward Kelley. And most likely 2 more. We are looking at 16 total. The event in the past has been very entertaining, our first one we had 12 cars and when we got done with the A-Main you could here the buzz from the crowd. We have a special autograph session just before the A-Main where we bring the entire crowd down on the track which is a big hit. And of course, the entire event will help out the Kevin Ward Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund. You should make a trip, the Gill family is working hard on upgrades and hope to have the track running for many years to come. Thanks!
  2. I was going to say, if they can't get the events right this is not helpful at all.
  3. I actually got to Brookfield twice. Once was 1985 when Phil Bennett promoted an enduro (which I scored and painted numbers on the cars, I believe just shy of 60 cars) and they also had an ESS exhibition. I was in college at Morrisville and his son Dave was in my computer classes so they brought me along to help. I guess my first ever racing job! Then back in I believe 94 or so when the ELS Sprints ran an event there. I stayed until they put a sprint in the trees off turns 1 and 2. I knew it was going to be a while and I had to be somewhere that night. Be cool to see the old covered grandstands filled with some racing folks again.
  4. Mr. C's... Mallett, you go there? I have a few times, try the beef, fries and gravy. Mallett is right about the Speed Limit, my last speeding ticket (honest) was about 13 years ago in Knoxville. I had the ESS Pace Vehicle and the cop was IN FRONT OF ME!. He pulled to the side, got behind and flipped on the lights. Do this day I still say I wasn't doing the speed he said (since..he was in front of me!). I am not sure if this was a "local cop vs. a far out of towner who won't come back to fight this thing." type of deal but it sure felt that way. So....yes, do the Speed Limit!! Or actually, in my case, maybe under it
  5. Eeek. But what happened to Tessio? Lol. Almost as bad as our local hockey team in Syracuse using a quote from 300 for motivation. And what happened there.
  6. My butt ain't that big, but those seats up top were a bit odd and for a butt smaller than mine. But (that's 3 but(t's) in two paragraphs) glad Lenny has most likely found his third venue he has been searching for with the TQ's. The only part I cringe is that sometimes the State will book other events depending on size and of course, money to be paid on a date you might had. With Saturday's crowd I would hope he is safe annually.
  7. Our SDS trailer was parked right across from Bloomer. So got to see his pit area for 6 days strait. Its definitely "different" for lack of a better term... but two aspects set in. A.) I wish I had that hair to screw up. B.) Was disappointed that he didnt have his hauler. It looked like a rental actually according to the sign that was displayed. But it was entertainment.
  8. Dean Reynolds

    raceflix

    I just watched the 1999 SDS event at Drummondville...Holy, need anymore tear-offs!?!? Gary, I saw you pulled in while leading?
  9. Dean Reynolds

    some upgrades

    Kinda been a cell phone "guy" for a while, but the only change I see on my phone is that the CAPS button doesn't work for George??
  10. I was there on the day it was filmed (1982), as you can see during the show it was try #3 to get the actual races in. On this night they actually had the move the modified feature way up in the program (just about halfway) as weather was moving in again. It was cool to see an actual NYC TV station (it was either 2 CBS, 4 NBC or 7 ABC, can't remember) but for the fans it was mixed emotions. Brett was just about on top of his game and lets just say he wasn't the favorite from all in the grandstands. So when Eurich won the night (he had the very fast Troyer Mud Buss) you can bet the crowd cheered pretty loudly. The Chris Berton deal did put a hush over everyone as it was a pretty scary accident right in front of the grandstands. When you watch the show, it's actually pretty amazing this was over 35 years ago. I thought they did a damn good job and back then you can bet most in the production of it had no idea what this sport was/is.
  11. I might have some experience in this and have done with a few... There are many that really enjoy having a drink or few and sitting back to relax, tell stories, etc... Some would surprise you and it's really fun to see "the other side" With that said... I will pick a gentleman that I haven't had the pleasure to do so with. Mr. Jack Hewitt.
  12. Yes, Brent Marks, Kraig Kinser, Ian Madsen and Jason Sides looks to be doing the tour again. As of now, Aaron Reutzel will not be following. Look for Kasey Kahne to do about 50 races next year. Greg Wilson will do most but not all.
  13. Thank god cell phones and social media weren't even thought of!
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