12/18 #12 Rob Cobb ASRX Cup 12/18 #88 Marc Cohn ASRX Cup 12/16 #2 Tim Miller ASRX Trucks 12/14 #05 Floyd Broadley ASRX Trucks 12/14 #57 Larry Norman ASRX Cup 12/11 #3 Brian Pace ASRX Cup 12/10 #78 Mark Satkowiak ASRX Trucks 12/09 #78 Mark Satkowiak ASRX Cup 12/08 #40 Rob Partridge ASRX Cup 12/06 #3 Brian Pace ASRX Trucks 12/03 #29 Kevin Yates ASRX Cup 12/03 #6 John Richards ASRX Cup
Hey Larry, i'm actually in Burleson down the road off I35. Staying at the Best Western. Shoot me an email @ rusty212002@gmail. com. Maybe we can do dinner? Me and my girlfriend are down here till the 18th.
Rob Partridge won at New Hampshire on Sunday 12/14 in the NSR Nortex Early Bird at GTRL Fall Series. Congrats first to Rob Partridge, the winner of the Early Bird Trucks
fall season. For most of the season Rob Partridge and Rob Cobb were
running neck to neck for the title, but with a couple of races to go,
Rob Cobb was unable to complete the season due to back problems. Second
place overall went to Rob Cobb, third to Brian Kenney, fourth to John
Richards and fifth to Cole Barnes. From 3rd place to 7th, there was only
a 4 points difference. Great racing by all. It was a fun season for
sure. I will give Chris Sercombe a certificate of accomplishment for
having started with us at the beginning of this season with zero laps
under his belt. He did quite well, considering. I know there were many
mismatches, updates, etc... but at the end it is all well worth it.
Should be better in the future as SVN updates won't happen any longer.
As a foot note, do not do anymore SVN updates, or you will lose tracks
and updates done in the past. To get back to today's race, New Hampshire
as always had its share of challenges, but all drivers did quite well.
Rob Partridge took the pole and never really looked back. Cole Barnes
that was giving him a serious challenge towards the end of the race had a
lazy spin and was forced to take "the dreaded extra set of tires" which
put him at the end of the drivers on the lead lap. The race was
punctuated by a few cautions but we did not see any major wrecks. Thanks
to all drivers for showing up and making Sunday mornings quite
interesting. We have a great bunch a good, great, and very respectful
friendly drivers. A hard recipe to beat. We have two fun races over the
holidays, and on January the 4th, we'll start the winter season at Iowa.
I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Be safe on the
roads if you have to drive.
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