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Post by Kyler » Thu Feb 06, 2014 12:35 pm

Bryan R wrote:We're looking forward to getting on the track again and seeing how we measure up against the current crop in F2.

I'll be back....
sweet! one more rig on the grid next year!

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Post by Bryan R » Thu Feb 06, 2014 11:59 pm

I'm not sure how many rounds are possible right now but the Shannonville dates are the most likely, I don't think time or finances will permit any US action... Loudon sure sounds like fun though...
Right now the priorities are parts, licenses and a fresh set of Hoosiers!

Cheers,
Bryan
One good turn deserves another!

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Post by Kyler » Fri Feb 07, 2014 12:12 am

Bryan R wrote:I'm not sure how many rounds are possible right now but the Shannonville dates are the most likely, I don't think time or finances will permit any US action... Loudon sure sounds like fun though...
Right now the priorities are parts, licenses and a fresh set of Hoosiers!

Cheers,
Bryan
I'm planning on making the first Shanny round - see you then!

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Post by Russ » Mon Feb 10, 2014 1:26 pm

Jeff Gillard, Gary Steele and I broke the winter blahs by going to Detroit and seeing Fran Hall's Super Lite Cars facility.
Holy Cow!!!!!
Very impressive!
Cars, bikes and sidecars everywhere.
Fran not only will be racing with us this year but manufacturing F1 and F2 sidecars.

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Post by Peter Essaff » Mon Feb 10, 2014 2:11 pm

Russ wrote:Jeff Gillard, Gary Steele and I broke the winter blahs by going to Detroit and seeing Fran Hall's Super Lite Cars facility.
Holy Cow!!!!!
Very impressive!
Cars, bikes and sidecars everywhere.
Fran not only will be racing with us this year but manufacturing F1 and F2 sidecars.
Great to here you all made the trip to see Fran's shop.
Good news for our sport that he is interested to help put more rigs out there!
Sidecar Pete

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Post by steelegreen » Tue Feb 11, 2014 2:36 am

Fran definitely seemed a little more than just interested. What a great facility, and fabulous selection of rare, exotic projects on the go. Could have stayed there for a few more hours.

Lots of good discussions and bouncing ideas off each other.

P.S. Russ, I know i am fairly new to the club, but my last name is Green...not Steele!
Gary Green

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Post by Russ » Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:22 am

Hey Gary what's your face. Sorry about that. I know it's Green!
Typo or Roz put me up to it :)

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Post by bfd » Wed Feb 12, 2014 2:09 am

Ok
I thought Gary was doing a some exotic dancing on the side. Good stripper name for you Gary though

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Post by FRAN HALL » Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:37 am

Its was a pleasure having you lads come by and I am glad you liked the shop and what we do ..
I am excited to be building the outfits and being on track with you all.....

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Post by steelegreen » Wed Feb 12, 2014 4:22 am

Bill: Hmmmm Stripper Name? I guess I could use a little extra cash, Just remember....that which has been seen...cannot be unseen!
Gary Green

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Post by Russ » Thu Feb 13, 2014 1:49 am

Out mental picture. OUT!

Those aren't pillows!

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