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My car was sent Out Priority Mail on Airforce One, USPS said it will be there by Saturday?
Hello mr blue line I hope my car makes it in time I did send a message to you but I found a different way here to reach out to you I am with uncle Joe Speedway I had a situation where I was put in the hospital for a couple of weeks and it put me behind schedule so I hope you get in my car in enough time and don't disqualify me I apologize for that sir
Red Pill is on the way.
The last pickup at the post office for cars is Tuesday afternoon. I have 30 cars here now and I know of a few more coming in. We start racing Tuesday night and the video race will be up on YouTube April 29th at 10:00pm EST
Haven't heard from the following teams and tomorrow is the deadline. Speedy_T
White Knuckle Racing
Big Race coming Thursday night at 10pm
Stick me on the waiting list please!
Premiers tonight at 10pm EST on the BlueLine Racing YouTube channel. Subscribe and click the bell to be notified 30 mins before the race starts. Good Luck everyone!
Kinda curious as to how well the bottom eighteen did in the racing.I suppose it doesn't really matter, since we were all eliminated, but I was curious as to how well people did on their runs. I'm actually kinda happy with a 1.932 on a car that was a peg warmer.EDIT: Decided to go through the video and write down all the times of those who didn't make the cut on the top eighteen.
Bottom 17 Teams:
01. RLo Racing - 1.900
02. MakersBox Racing - 1.901
03. GoldenOwl - 1.902
04. ND Racing - 1.904
05. Penguin Racing - 1.912
06. Scale Racing - 1.916
07. Uncle Joe's Speedway - 1.918
08. Big Mac Racing - 1.925
09. Aces High Racing - 1.932
10. Big Poppy Racing - 1.949
11. Dubious Diecast - 1.953
12. 5-0-Tree Racing - 1.956
13. Crazy Canuck - 1.962
14. It's Diego - 1.968
15. Uncle Elvis Racing - 1.973
16. Redline Salvage Inc. - 1.987
17. Ca$hMoneyBoy$ - 1.989
Very true Matt, I've taken many more beatings than wins or top finishes. You have to start somewhere. I didn't post the bottom 17 because I didn't want to embarrass or discourage anyone. I remember watching my car get beat by 2-3-4 car lengths just last summer. For some it's a reason to quit but for a select few it's a motivating factor to get better each race.
Thanks for posting that Spy Dude!
The hardest part for me as a newbie is knowing what went wrong or less good.
Did I polish the axle enough? Did I have bad wheels? Did I graphite enough? Did I have the wrong amount of weight? Was my weight distribution poor? Was my casing one that doesn't work well no matter what?
Without knowing what is good and what isn't, it feels like blind/educated guessing. I know a good deal on what makes a fast car but don't know which aspect was the reason for being slow.
The June leg of the 60g Championship will kick off sometime in the next week at Scale Racing Channel. The track specs are in the track directory but it is going to be a scale quarter mile but with a 24" ramp height. 15" shorter than the last leg at the Northeast Beast. While fast is fast we could see a real mix up in the top 10 and hopefully some cars that didn't score in round 1 will do better this round and pick up some points on a different track. There have been a few changes to the schedule.
The guys over at Low Country Diecast decided to take "The Drop" over at MAC Racing out of the rotation. That track is only timed at hundredths of a second and they were worried there would be too many races registered as ties.
Also, the cars will not be racing at Nick Deavers track in Oct due to a personal scheduling issue but we still have Scale Racing Channel, Red Pill Hill and then two races at Low Country Diecast before the cars come back here to the Northeast. In my second event, instead of the top half of times moving on, it will be a random bracket event. Good Luck everyone, plenty of racing to come.