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I thought I'd post a link to some pictures of me on the track last weekend. I won one of my heat races in the rain on Saturday. On Sunday I got a third in Sportsman Lightweight, fourth in Vintage A (P1vsP2) and tenth in Vintage B (P3vsP4). Here's the link
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BANDIT

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god damned....another cb350 rider!!

nice riding, way to go. just be glad olmstead didnt go.

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We were running on the long track. 2 1/2 miles of fun, well except for the long back straight, the bigger bikes would pull away. I sure closed up in the twisty stuff though. My best lap time was 2:15.5 in the dry. Here are the sheets from the finals, they're kinda hard to read but I just cut and pasted them from another page.




<center>2006 RACE Superseries, RD #4 RACE
A VINTAGE CHALLENGE - Results
Pos Lic.# No. Name Hometown Bikes

1 2006197 560P PETER HURST MANOTICK TRI/KAW
2 2006364 286A JOHN DUNLOP STITTSVILLE HON
3 2006027 32P RALF SCHOLTES ASHBURN YAM/HON
4 2006117 666A GRAHAM CHARNOCK LONDON HON
5 2006503 812A STEVE KNOWLES ASHBURN HON
6 2006231 525A DAN BLEICHMAN OTTAWA HON
7 2006464 769A BRIAN BURLIE INNISFIL KAW
8 2006277 767A WAYNE RAYNARD ST. CATHARINES
9 2006157 208A JIM BARTON CAMBRIDGE KAW
10 2006499 361A BRIAN LACHER MISSISSAUGA HON
11 2006115 786A TIM STOVER OAKVILLE HON

DNF 1
DNS 1


Generated On: 24/07/2006 9:28:21 AM

2006 RACE Superseries, RD #4 RACE
B VINTAGE CHALLENGE - Results
Pos Lic.# No. Name Hometown Bikes

1 2006081 396A SCOTT RUPERT GADSHILL SUZ
2 2006270 469P STEVE SHREEVE AJAX YAM
3 2006196 56A STEVE BROWN BETHANY YAM
4 2006086 57A CRAIG GOODWIN BURLINGTON YAM
5 2006202 17A TOIVO MADRUS TORONTO SUZ/YAM
6 2006105 87A JOHN CROSSLEY FENLON FALLS YAM
7 2006237 87P BILL WATSON TORONTO KAW
8 2006197 560P PETER HURST MANOTICK TRI/KAW
9 2006292 7A LAIRD SHINGLETON GUELPH HON/SUZ
10 2006117 666A GRAHAM CHARNOCK LONDON HON
11 2006309 262P NEAL HOWES OTTAWA YAM
12 2006271 244A DAVE FREEMAN HAMILTON HON
13 2006364 286A JOHN DUNLOP STITTSVILLE HON

DNF 1
DNS 4


Generated On: 24/07/2006 9:28:56 AM

2006 RACE Superseries, RD #4 RACE
SPORTSMAN LIGHTWEIGHT - Results
Pos Lic.# No. Name Hometown Bikes

1 2006063 156A SIMON FEUILTAULT MISSISSAUGA SUZ
2 2006086 57A CRAIG GOODWIN BURLINGTON YAM
3 2006117 666A GRAHAM CHARNOCK LONDON HON
4 2006270 469P STEVE SHREEVE AJAX YAM
5 2006292 7A LAIRD SHINGLETON GUELPH HON/SUZ
6 2006271 244A DAVE FREEMAN HAMILTON HON

DNS 3
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Nice going!

Ummm, about that number....<img src=icon_smile_evil.gif border=0 align=middle>
That number started out as a "I wonder if I can get it idea". The other reason is my VRRA number is 999, so when I go from one meet to the other all I have to do is turn my plates upside down. Saved me about $60.00 or so for a second set of plates and numbers.
"Racers are not cheap....they are THRIFTY"




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Cool man, very cool. Which configuration did they run?

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This is what the track looks like.

Corner #1 ^^^START/FINISH^^^

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Bandit,
I've raced a few times at Shannonville, and I think they've always used the Long track when I was there. Fun circuit; that set of lefts goes on forever. And yea, it pissed me off how the fast bikes would get away on the back stretch. That hairpin is fun, but it would be good to have a more technical corner lead onto a straight that size.

Z
 
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