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Mike Stout
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 56
posted July 02, 2000 09:31 PM
I am looking for as many responses as I can get. I am trying to find out how many of you really use this forum.

Back when Jammin first worked his butt of to get this site up, I thought it would be the most active anywhere. I mean, it is as smooth to operate as 4m and does not get edited to remove what they don't want to hear.

Next week I will try advertise this forum to as many people as I can find. If you want more and more info on here then help make it active.

If you have anything to say, do so within the next week, so we have alot to offer when others join.

I feel we have a very good forum here and we can make it as good as we will.

James has done alot of work, Let's help make it work.

x13jc
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 134
posted July 03, 2000 07:33 AM UIN: 27426975
As a sponsor of this website, I like the way Mr. Harrison presents this site, as well as keeping things inline. Very professional and very good for our image.
From a drivers point of view, I like to read the forums and responses about tech issues from the users. Even if I am not having that particular problem that week, I try to keep it in the back of mind so if it does happen, I know to try a couple things. I run a modified. Never know what you may find.

loudpedal61
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 9
posted July 09, 2000 05:37 PM
I'm fairly new to this forum, but I think its one of the best places to out there to talk to people who understand and enjoy racing. It's nice to to get honest and straightforward answers to questions and or problems your having, and know that it is coming from folks that have "been there,done that". Keep up the good job.

bundle049
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 2
posted July 10, 2000 08:10 AM UIN: 33020262
quote:
Originally posted by Mike Stout:
I am looking for as many responses as I can get. I am trying to find out how many of you really use this forum.

Back when Jammin first worked his butt of to get this site up, I thought it would be the most active anywhere. I mean, it is as smooth to operate as 4m and does not get edited to remove what they don't want to hear.

Next week I will try advertise this forum to as many people as I can find. If you want more and more info on here then help make it active.

If you have anything to say, do so within the next week, so we have alot to offer when others join.

I feel we have a very good forum here and we can make it as good as we will.

James has done alot of work, Let's help make it work.


I just wanted to tell you that I just found this forum this morning after going to Speedway Junky to list my home track. I love Dirt, clay track racing and have been a fan or worked with and for clay track racers and promoters for almost 40 years. Always my home track will be: Sycamore Speedway in Northern Illinois. That is why even though I live south near Hueytown, Alabama now; I offered to do their website. This is my 2nd year attempting this and it gets better all the time. Here in the south we get to see and hear more about racing than up north. However now with the building of that huge track outside Chicago, near Joliet, Illinois; that could change the way racing press handles things in that area. I was lucky with my 5 years a PR/Sportswriter for Sycamore; I was able to do radio, some cable tv and many 40 + press releases each week.
I am going to add your logo onto my Sycamore pages located at: www.geocities.com/kathyanewton/sycamore.html
Maybe we could exchange links. I really like the design of this site. Wish I was not such a novice, and I could set up something like this. I also have my own small home business going. Check it out at: www.bundle-of-joy.net/index.html.

You will be hearing a lot from me. Hope you all don't mind. LOL

P24Crew
unregistered Total posts: 2
posted July 10, 2000 01:13 PM
I look at this forum fairly often. I'm just starting to learn about setting up a car to turn left. I really appreciate this site. It has been extremely helpfull. Thanks

nightcrawler3
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 9
posted July 28, 2000 01:56 PM
i stumbled onto this site last night it is great to see people actually talking about racing unlike some other sites. keep up the good work...NIGHT CRAWLER CHASSIS do it in the dirt!!

VIPER000
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 151
posted July 28, 2000 02:01 PM
LOVE THIS SIGHT BEST DIRT TRACK SIGHT I KNOW OF

Sidebite
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 96
posted July 28, 2000 04:59 PM
I visit often and have found this to be the most useful technical forum with the least amount of flames.

RACEFAN1932
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 6
posted August 08, 2000 08:04 AM
NOT BAD BUT THE PRINT IS KINDA SMALL FOR US OLD F**TS

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