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what happened at v.c.?

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yo dudes! wazzup?


"dude, my boots feel like they are filled with rain slushies!"
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Dave Evans crashed in T3 on an 88s and went to hospital, puntured lung. The cars spread oiil all over, it was sunny, it rained, it was sunny, it rained, it hailed on the way home.

JB crashed twice in 200 GP (and finished!!), Aaron took 1st. Frank C. crashed once.

Marcus took a first.

More anon.
2nd in singles. haha. there were only 2 bikes in the race. But that's all it takes. 8 were registered. 2 didn;t show, 2 had head gaskets blown, and two were out because of the rain.

JD's PVL never made it. JB and I worked on it for a few hours. to no avail. He'll supply details, I am sure.
Where is Craig Hirko anyway? Is he coming back to race?
hawk is june 6th. George, i might have the original battery (stock) cage around that you could put back on. I'll take a look. I took it out because I liked that open space.
it's not the kill switch. I just want to state that right here and now.
Pete T. That's who I am blaming it on.

I was behind Flach for the first lap of the singles race. Scary. Out of T1 his rear tire was all over the place . . .
It's not the kill switch because all it does is ground out the circuit. each one of those red leads does nothing else. IF they did do something else, then the small amount of electronics I proclaim to know is for shit. But think about it. They are hooked up to a switch. They are not carrying any current/voltage/amperage. It is when they are grounded that the circuit is switched to the bike and not the ignition.

If I am wrong, tell me. But JB and I went through the diagnostics. Very weird.
exactly. There was no kill switch even mounted. But someone kept saying that there had to be a kill switch to run the system. Let's beat a dead horse.
that funny.
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