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EMMR Winter Open House

Post by BLT 777 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:47 pm

A show of hands...who will be at EMMR for the open house this weekend? Saturday is drag racing day, sunday is the Fred Rahmer Roast.
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2014 Race Counter:
(as of 11/30)
Oval
9 - Lincoln
7 - Williams Grove
3 - Indy (IMS), Kokomo, Port Royal
2 - Susky
1 - Hagerstown, Trail-Way, Selinsgrove, Mercer
1 - Duck River (TN), Boyds (GA), Bridgeport
1 - Lawrenceburg, Knoxville, Path Valley, Cleveland (TN)
Drag Racing
1 - Beaver Springs
Misc
1 - Harrisburg Farm Show Complex

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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by felix12 » Tue Nov 26, 2013 10:56 am

:thumbleft:
Nothing beats the old points based handicapping system.
Draw and TT shows suck.


2015 Races
Lincoln 4
Susquehanna 2
Williamsgrove Fri 1
Williamsgrove Sat 9
Selinsgrove 2
Hagerstown :(
Big Diamond 1
Path Valley wingless 4
Path Valley 410 1
Port Royal 1 (Super Sportsman show)
Michigan International 1
Richmond International 1

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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by SLINKMASTERC » Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:53 pm

I thought about going for the Rahmer roast.
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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by Brent Leach » Wed Nov 27, 2013 3:50 am

What's he cooking?
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2015 races : 37

Port Royal 12
Williams Grove 14
Lincoln. 5
Path Valley 2
Hagerstown 1
Selinsgrove 2.
Susquehanna 1

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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by JTR13 » Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:32 am

Brent Leach wrote:What's he cooking?
A roast duh! LOL...
All "FOUR" Fun!!!

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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by Brent Leach » Wed Nov 27, 2013 11:07 am

Pork or beef?
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2015 races : 37

Port Royal 12
Williams Grove 14
Lincoln. 5
Path Valley 2
Hagerstown 1
Selinsgrove 2.
Susquehanna 1

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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by jonboat15 » Wed Nov 27, 2013 3:20 pm

i'll be there. Should be a fun weekend.

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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by zepplinrox » Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:49 pm

Brent Leach wrote:Pork or beef?
Outlaw rump roast!
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Re: EMMR Winter Open House

Post by Warthog » Mon Dec 02, 2013 4:14 pm

A good time was had by all. I wonder what it would be like if they just had Lynn and Lee swapping stories - those two both seem to have plenty of stories about a whole lot of familiar people, and the knack for telling them, even if their experiences cover different timespans in the Central PA racing scene. Toss in Van May, and it could get really amusing.

I was surprised that more drivers weren't there, but on a holiday weekend, I guess that's not a big surprise. Lots of people (not just drivers) probably had other family commitments, and there were probably others who might have come, but didn't hear about the event until it was too late to alter other plans.

In all, though, I think it was a nice close to the racing season, and a nice kickoff to the holiday season for the Central PA racing community.
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A: In Central PA, the Outlaws try to catch The Posse!

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