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Re: Casey Track

Post by rangerracing722 on Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:03 am

and from what i heard we didnt get that 10% every time either not sure if that is true or not hey thanks rooster for the push at the race that darn flipper up to number 4 on it now lol
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Re: Casey Track

Post by Rooster Synthetics on Tue Oct 13, 2009 9:07 pm

$200 the whole weekend? what a lying sack of crap!!!!!!!! Do the math $10 per person per day times 2!!!!!! And Maora gets 10 %. He sure don't spend much on fuel doing 30 minutes of prep. He tells so many stories he cant even keep them straight. Tells one member one thing and another something different. He loves to keep things stirred up at the track and in town!!!!!! Track was good last year cause he isnt the one who prepped it. He wasnt the one who spent 80 hrs on it. Can you tell the difference?
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Re: Casey Track

Post by Guest on Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:10 pm

I do not know for sure ,if it was the truth but T.J. said to me that all he makes with maora racing there is $200.00 a weekend and he said that all the money that really comes in, is on the motorcycle side he can make more on it in one day.Than all weekend of are race.just more people can buy and hall the little 2 wheels around.He also menchand that he was being nice to the club for providing a place to race.I do not have a answer on why he did or did not do on what everyone expected him to do.He is the owner and my guess is what he wants to do there is for him to decide.

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Re: Casey Track

Post by Racebug1098 on Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:52 am

The last time the track was good was fall classic last year. scratch
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Re: Casey Track

Post by rangerracing722 on Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:39 am

i agree good day of racing but the short course needs some attention in the corners getting whoops in them bad my e truck get a foot or two in the air in the rear on them that isnt good when you are sliding needs a grader or doser to clean them up not just push the dirt back into the holes when we get done turned out good for all the rain dryed out fast
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Post by Wyoming 1 on Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:35 am

I do not know what the track owner gets in terms of $ but he sure acts like we are bother to him. With minimal out lay and effort he could build a bridge across the creeks and make that side always avalible. 30 min. of track prep on both tracks with some equipment would have done wonders. Still good racing and glad to have a place to race.
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Re: Casey Track

Post by Racebug1098 on Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:39 am

short course track could have been prepped a bit more, but the race was great!
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Casey Track

Post by Rooster Synthetics on Sun Oct 11, 2009 6:46 pm

3 month's to build a truck to run a track that had maybe 2 hrs prep. what a waste!!!!!!!!!!!! Worst track ever!!!! Good lay out but track prep was almost nonexistent. With a minimal effort the whole enduro track could have been ran but that would require an effort!!!
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