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Post by Guest on 2/19/2013, 8:57 am


RACE #6 - Infineon Raceway - 38 Laps

Born out of the ideas hatched in a Mexican restaurant in Northern California in the late 1960s, Infineon Raceway has grown from a quaint regional track to one of the largest and most respected motorsports destinations in North America. Close to the heart of California’s Sonoma wine country, Infineon Raceway enjoys beautiful weather year-round, making it an ideal spot for the wide variety of racing that occurs on its varied ribbon—in fact, it’s one of the most utilized courses in the world, with events being held nearly 340 days each year. Infineon Raceway opened its doors under its original name, Sears Point Raceway, in 1968, and became the host of various SCCA and other local races. Over the years, it has hosted a long list of different race series, including Trans Am, IMSA GT, and the ALMS series. In 2002, the German company Infineon Technologies became the primary track sponsor and the name was changed to Infineon Raceway, which currently hosts the IndyCar, Formula D, AMA Superbike, and NHRA series of races, among others. It is probably most famous as only one of two NASCAR road races when the Sprint Cup Series’ Toyota/Save Mart 350 race is run on the special NASCAR circuit, which bypasses the tight carousel, instead using a route known as “the Chute.” The ribbon itself is known for its challenging banked turns and significant elevation change, from the highest point at Turn 3a (174 feet) to the lowest point at Turn 10 (14 feet). In between, the course has several variations that change the course to best suit the race event. From the white-knuckle Turn 1, to the blind crest of Turn 3a, to highly technical chicane at Turn 9a, it’s a course that challenges even the most experienced drivers. But that’s one of the charms of a course that’s just as suitable for fine Sonoma wine and vintage Ferraris as it is for the thunderous action of stock car racing.



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Post by Guest on 2/19/2013, 11:45 am

Not sure I am going to make this one. I have people coming into town for the 500 this weekend, so it will depend on their travel times.

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Post by Guest on 2/19/2013, 12:02 pm

It's all good. One less gs car for me to get out of the way on Friday! Lmao. Damn VW

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Post by RR Cole Trickle on 2/19/2013, 1:48 pm

Damn VW, he says.
Rolling Eyes
It won't turn, he says.
Rolling Eyes
It rolls too easy, he says.
Rolling Eyes
Well, that last one is in fact true, but still. Cool

On a side note, I guess it's a good thing I always planned on qualifying on Thursday's anyway.
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Post by Guest on 2/19/2013, 1:52 pm

I am just using this season to realize just how much I hate FWD wagons!

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Post by RR Cole Trickle on 2/19/2013, 2:00 pm

It's a Minivan! Jeez!
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Post by Guest on 2/19/2013, 2:13 pm

not one race in it that car that I have not flipped in! I know it is just an adjustment in turning radius in the FWD "minivans" to make it turn, but I almost always drive RWD or AWD. Still getting used to it! Finally on a track that I like though, so we will see!

affraid me in this car every Friday

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Post by RR Cole Trickle on 2/19/2013, 2:50 pm

This is how I feel in this car every Friday
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Post by Guest on 2/19/2013, 3:30 pm

RMFAO

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Post by forstsc400 on 2/21/2013, 12:13 pm

ok who is ready to get there butts kicked in this race?.....LOL
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Post by Guest on 2/21/2013, 12:15 pm

Will anyone be on around 6:30 to qualify? Not sure I am going to make the race, but we'll see.

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Post by forstsc400 on 2/21/2013, 12:15 pm

RR Xman77 wrote:
RACE #6 - Infineon Raceway - 38 Laps

Born out of the ideas hatched in a Mexican restaurant in Northern California in the late 1960s, Infineon Raceway has grown from a quaint regional track to one of the largest and most respected motorsports destinations in North America. Close to the heart of California’s Sonoma wine country, Infineon Raceway enjoys beautiful weather year-round, making it an ideal spot for the wide variety of racing that occurs on its varied ribbon—in fact, it’s one of the most utilized courses in the world, with events being held nearly 340 days each year. Infineon Raceway opened its doors under its original name, Sears Point Raceway, in 1968, and became the host of various SCCA and other local races. Over the years, it has hosted a long list of different race series, including Trans Am, IMSA GT, and the ALMS series. In 2002, the German company Infineon Technologies became the primary track sponsor and the name was changed to Infineon Raceway, which currently hosts the IndyCar, Formula D, AMA Superbike, and NHRA series of races, among others. It is probably most famous as only one of two NASCAR road races when the Sprint Cup Series’ Toyota/Save Mart 350 race is run on the special NASCAR circuit, which bypasses the tight carousel, instead using a route known as “the Chute.” The ribbon itself is known for its challenging banked turns and significant elevation change, from the highest point at Turn 3a (174 feet) to the lowest point at Turn 10 (14 feet). In between, the course has several variations that change the course to best suit the race event. From the white-knuckle Turn 1, to the blind crest of Turn 3a, to highly technical chicane at Turn 9a, it’s a course that challenges even the most experienced drivers. But that’s one of the charms of a course that’s just as suitable for fine Sonoma wine and vintage Ferraris as it is for the thunderous action of stock car racing.


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Post by forstsc400 on 2/21/2013, 12:16 pm

also an srt-4 and a acura rsx
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Post by Guest on 2/21/2013, 1:05 pm

The only sports car pic I could find.

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Post by forstsc400 on 2/21/2013, 1:06 pm

yeah, yeah
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Post by forstsc400 on 2/21/2013, 1:08 pm

I'll be on later to qual guy's for about 2 hr's
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Post by TyrannicCymbals on 2/21/2013, 7:03 pm

Available to qualify anyone.
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Post by Guest on 2/21/2013, 7:10 pm

Will be on around 9 ET. Driving back from Charlotte. Well riding...

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Post by RR Cole Trickle on 2/21/2013, 7:57 pm

Ha, Charlotte. What a dumb city... Oh wait, I live there scratch
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Post by Guest on 2/21/2013, 8:06 pm

I know...right

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Post by Guest on 2/22/2013, 7:35 am

QUALIFYING RESULTS

GS
1. Raceboy 1.18.572
2. RoscoePCotrain 1.20.381
3. Noggles 1.20.599
4. CMR Watkins 1.20.753
5. volta 1.20.921
6. Sublime 1.21.013
7. BMeazy 1.21.059
8. Forst 1.21.695
9. CMR A Sykes 1.23.879
10. Convoy 1.25.434
11. Luongo DNQ
12. OneWickedDSM DNQ
13. WCR Hazardous DNQ
14. Snowman DNQ
15. CHAOS II DNQ

ST
1. RR Goose 1.22.016
2. Gunzablazin 1.23.088
3. Miata Gen1 1.23.180
4. Fastlane 1.24.685
5. RR XMan77 1.25.784
6. WhiteTire22 1.25.788
7. TyrannicCymbals 1.29.145
8. Aliensrreal1122 1.29.688
9. KikRox DNQ


A ROOM - HOST FORSTSC400
GS
1. Raceboy
2. RoscoePCotrain
3. Noggles
4. CMR Watkins
5. volta
6. Sublime
7. BMeazy
8. Forst
9. CMR A Sykes
ST
1. RR Goose
2. Gunzablazin
3. Miata Gen1
4. Fastlane

B ROOM HOST RR XMAN77
GS
1. Convoy
2. Luongo
3. OneWickedDSM
4. WCR Hazardous
5. Snowman
6. CHAOS II
ST
1. RR XMan77
2. WhiteTire22
3. TyrannicCymbals
4. Aliensrreal1122
5. KikRox


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Post by raceboy77 on 2/22/2013, 8:10 am

Woah lol

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Post by Guest on 2/22/2013, 8:58 am

Yeah Roscoe...NeinShiza represent!!

Raceboy you are an Alien!!

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Post by Guest on 2/22/2013, 10:25 am

@raceboy77 wrote:Woah lol
TEAM HAS BRO'S CUDDLING THE FRONT ROW!!!

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Post by Guest on 2/22/2013, 11:25 am

snowman529 wrote:Yeah Roscoe...NeinShiza represent!!

Raceboy you are an Alien!!



there used to be a message here but due to.......
unknown censership it has been removed

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