At about 2:00 p.m. Central time zone open Yahoo messenger. About 1/2 hour to an hour before the race begins you will be invited to the Audio Conference, and about 15 minutes or so after that you will be invited to join the video conference. The invitation will simply pop up on your computer screen and remain open until you either accept or decline it, so you don't have to stay glued to the computer. If memory serves me the races usually start around 3:00 p.m. Central. Hope this helps.
Last Edit: Dec 8, 2007 11:52:28 GMT -6 by ProQuest
Sorry for the incovenience of our internet trouble today. It was a great race with a couple records set in Hot Rod and Pro-Mod. above are the results (sorry they may be a little difficult to read) Warren should get the pdf versions posted soon.
Barga's Wishbone (Hot Rod) set a single run record of 2.8999 sec
Warthog's Gumpy (Pro-Mod) set a single run record of 2.8478 sec
Awesome Job Warren and Scott. Don't know how you do it month after month. Even though we couldn't see the action, the race went quickly.
Congrats to Lucky for the Rookie win, docb and D&M in Stock, Slkr in Pro-Stock, Barga in Hotrod, B&B in Mod and Warthog in Pro-Mod. Three new records: HR66, Mod and Pro-Mod. What a great way to wind up the year. Way to go guys.
Last Edit: Dec 16, 2007 1:35:25 GMT -6 by ProQuest
Post by slkrnsntracing on Dec 12, 2007 22:12:37 GMT -6
Scott and Warren,
Sorry you guys had so many problems Sunday, but you got through it like the champs that you are.
You guys had a great first year, we all appreciate your efforts to make the races the best they can be.
Congratulations to all racers, but especially Scott and Bob Barga on their records.
Thanks to Bob (lucky 13) for all the work you did on the boards this week. Listing the winners and new records was a big job. We also appreciate the work you guys have done to finish the 2008 rules. I don't even know where to begin thanking you for the work you did promoting and helping at the Lima Race this summer. It would not have been the same without you.
Thanks again to not only the guys who put on the shows, but to all the racers who made it so enjoyable.