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      09-02-2009, 07:03 PM   #11
larryn
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Working conage patrol will be a bit longer a jog than at the BMW events. I spoke with our course designer this afternoon, and he has some devious ideas, but it should be a bit longer than most are used to.

Mike signed up? Awesome!

One thing about NESHOC events is that they do not allow hopping in other cars, like the BMW events do. I think that is a fault, but it is their rules. The other thing is that instructors cannot compete.. so I'll just be doing some fun runs. I'm even debating putting on the R Comps. That's is a good bit of work to swap them out and back for a few runs that don't even count.
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