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Discussion in 'Racing' started by DogBoy, Dec 4, 2013.
Knoxville races live streaming:
Looks like the "old airheads" are not dead yet on the 1/2 miles.... First 6 on HDs per AMAProRacing. I see no Ducati under JJs' name at Knoxville . Says he was on an HD. Nothing has changed as long as the track is shorter than a mile and the schedule favors 1/2 mile races. The Kawasakis are in trouble still/again.
Pictures from the event have Jake Johnson running a Kawi for a bit, then racing a XR. No sign of the Ducati. A real shame. Glad to see Shana make a final. It's the first step to being competitive. No Johnny Lewis?
and dave waters getting her dialed in..
Love that photo of JL10 ^^^. Watching the live stream from the cushion at Lima, OH. Excellent racing in the heats. Looking forward to the mains.
Here is a list of things that are better than a cushion track:
Great races at Lima. Bad luck hit Halbert, he had the place wired. Love cushions, makes for more lines and passes. Too bad Santa Rosa cancelled, but new promoters put Calistoga back on the same weekend. Sac, Calistoga and Pomona all within driving to, yes!
Anyone have photos of Mikey Martin from Knoxville? I was helping them that weekend (my home track/national), and would like to find some more photos.
You might try asking on Facebook. Somebody following FTL or AMA Pro Flat Track's Facebook pages (thats a lot of people) might be able to help.
Hagerstown live streaming today! http://www.fanschoice.tv/watch-live/ama/flat-track
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Just met an cool old guy on a tenere in the middle of nowhere today who told me the sac mile is back on!!!!!!!!! Been so busy working I just lost all hope and stopped checking.
Buying tickets Wednesday. The track is about 6 mins from where I live in midtown.
If the wife can't get off it may just be me, gonna try to reserved tickets in turn 1
. Made my night!!
GNC Main from last night in Hagerstown.
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It was a good night for racing in Hagerstown, well attended event, good racing, very few red flags, try to make every year, met some nice people from NJ who sat behind us, if you live anywhere near the national series, it's worth attending. Hope to make the mile in August in VA, my flat track racing friend in CO, says the mile is where it's wild, one of the best shows in motorsports.
I caught the Hagerstown race on Saturday night and the Barbara Fritchie Classic in Frederick, MD on Friday, so it was two days of good race spectating for me!
Hagerstown was great, as usual, but it was a shame to see Kenny Coolbeth break while in the lead. The racing was competitive in both classes, and the "show" seems to be stepped up a notch. I thought Barry and Scotty did a great job in years past, but the quality of the program definitely showed improvement. I especially like that they are explaining some of the rules of the sport and some of the class structure details during down time. That helps people who don't follow it religiously and people new to the sport. Great job Barry, hope to see you at another one this year.
Mtneer - go see a mile, you won't be disappointed. When those bikes are uncorked, they make a truly wonderful sound. You hear the rumble in the distance, and when they come by in a pack the speed is hard to fathom. Go stand by the fence and you'll be amazed.
Yeah, the announcers do a good job, if Coolbeth's bike would have lasted The Piper and Jammer would have been racing for 2nd, it's always fun to watch, especially when it's close bar to bar racing. I try to go every year, my good friend lives outside of Cumberland, so we always go and look at the bikes, watch the races, ride together on Sunday. My friend in CO, has a track on his property, knows several Pros, he is my go to source for technical info, the year Joe Koop won, we were in the pits, I called him and handed my phone to Joe, he got a kick out of it. That was also when they let Al Wilcox flag the dash for cash, we knew Al from WERA at Summit Point and pitting by him and his wife Julia, two special people(RIP). My buddy son got killed in 89 at Road Atlanta, the following year, the first WERA race at Summit was dedicated to him, Al gave my friend his checkered flag in tears, his son was only 17, the first time Al saw him run, he told my buddy, that boy is a racer. Al passed in Febuary the following year from complications after falling at home, wished the AMA would have inducted him in the hall of fame while he was living, sorry to get off track.
Great story, thanks for sharing it. Shame about your buddies son, RIP.
I really like these pre and post event videos that AMA Pro Flat Track puts together. Track walks with top racers and interviews with podium finishers. The interviews after the races are just great. Such genuine reactions the racers and great action mixed in.
Is this the work of Will Fulford and Thunder Mchaffie? If so, tell them great job. I really look forward to these each race.
For anyone who hasn't seen these short videos, here's a sample:
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Thanks so much! The encouragement means so much. Especially nice to hear specific things you are liking. Went to a hockey match once and had no clue what was happening. I never forget that.
Nice interview with new Sacramento Mile promoter Steve McLaughlin in the new Cycle News.
Just bought my tickets.
AMA Pro Flat Track 1/2 mile tonight at Gray's Harbor, WA. Live Streaming on FansChoice.TV
Double weather curse for AMA Pro Racing today. Mist is delaying the start of practice tonight in Washington.
Times for start to follow ...
practice 10:00, opening ceremonies at 1pm, heat races 1:30