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Old 03-17-2011, 06:08 PM   #1
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Old 03-17-2011, 06:43 PM   #2
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We watched the whole race on SPEED, including the final 15 laps which showed at 10pm. Highly entertaining. Too bad about the delay for the tire swap, but, as they said, it was probably in the best interest of the rider's safety. We're looking forward to next year's race.
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Hope your doing good there Wolf!
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Lame, lamer, lame-o. It's bad enough they more than doubled ticket prices; but to screw up two races in a row is really inexcusable. They've had all year to get it right.

At least they ran the race on the best day at the best time...or at least they tried to.
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Lame, lamer, lame-o. It's bad enough they more than doubled ticket prices; but to screw up two races in a row is really inexcusable. They've had all year to get it right.

At least they ran the race on the best day at the best time...or at least they tried to.
Unlike WSB at Miller, racing on Monday...
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