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September 19, 2005, 09:14 PM

Sunday Summit Point Turn 10 Race 1, lap 1





The bike and its rider cartwheeled and tumbled a lot but they were fine. I saw him racing again later in the day.


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September 19, 2005, 09:15 PM

Travis is making a funny!!!




sidenote: that shit must have hurt.


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September 19, 2005, 09:18 PM

it just shows Buellers are not pussies, we get up when we get down.
and BUell has the number 1 plate at summit thank you very much.
by the way thanks again for helping me with my old blast way back.


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BUell has the number 1 plate at summit
since when is buell spelled SUZUKI? last time he heard about a record being broken the guy was on a gsxr. not to pick ya man but come on atleast try to get the facts right.


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September 19, 2005, 11:25 PM

the picture is kinda blury.was it a hardly ableson....er..i mean a buell
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September 19, 2005, 11:44 PM

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it just shows Buellers are not pussies, we get up when we get down.
and BUell has the number 1 plate at summit thank you very much.
by the way thanks again for helping me with my old blast way back.
Cause he was going slow enough to be in the sme frame as his boat anchor. And to second an aforementioned question Which plate does leakalotoson own at Summit? Maybe it was thundertwins? A class made for American bikes so 1990 fzr 400s couldnt kick there ass. I have to say that the BMW guys have done a good job of it in thier first crack at it.


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September 20, 2005, 04:26 AM

The overall CCS champion is always whoever spends the most money and does the most races, thus getting the most points. It is not even necessary to complete the entire race. Doing this is easiest on a lightweight class bike because you can race in nearly every class.

That was the case with Art last year and Nate Kern and his BMW this year.


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