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Offline snapper

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #15 on: December 30, 2009, 09:47:22 AM »
I see the CCS website back up this morning.  :o More news to follow in Jan 2010. It'll be interesting to see how things go in 2010. Arnie and his team made some great strides at trying to bring CCS back from the dead. Hope everything works out for you motorsports freaks in Eastern Ontario :o

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #16 on: January 01, 2010, 12:38:53 AM »
Ok first, yes the last name is Coulter....yes there will be racing.....the race director will be a surprise to everyone if it follows thru....Drummonds had to buy the website from Arnie.....any other questions?......sorry for being so vague but I don't have permission to go any further

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #17 on: January 01, 2010, 12:22:47 PM »
Ok first, yes the last name is Coulter....yes there will be racing.....the race director will be a surprise to everyone if it follows thru....Drummonds had to buy the website from Arnie.....any other questions?......sorry for being so vague but I don't have permission to go any further
I assume the ACT date was with Arnie so that will have to be renegociated, assuming the track will continue with an ACT late model class

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #18 on: January 05, 2010, 09:48:06 PM »
Website is back up with more information.  Meeting Wednesday Jan 13  at 7pm.

"There will be a drivers meeting on Wednesday January 13th, 7pm at the Drummond Shop.  The address is 30 Rideau Heights Drive in Nepean.

Please spread the word.  We would like to hav"e a great turnout as we announce the new management for 2010."

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #19 on: January 13, 2010, 11:41:55 PM »
may be old news but thought I'd post. Heard the new promoter is a legend car guy named Jeremy. Frank Johnston is selling off all his Legends stuff. Kenyon racing is closing up shop.
Heard that apparently enough drivers convinced Drummond's not to renew Arnie's contract. He would have renewed. I am sure there are many sides to this story.

this was posted on ccs website
"The Rumour is not true".  Kenyon racing products does have their building up for sale but are looking to relocate.  Kenyon's is open and it is business as usual."

I had heard the closing from a pretty reliable source. Said not enough business to support 3 families and at least one of the sons had taken another job already and they would sell the building. Time will tell.

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #20 on: January 16, 2010, 07:15:38 PM »
any driver feedback from the meeting?

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #21 on: January 17, 2010, 09:36:18 AM »
I think everybody is looking forward to the future.  At the meeting, I did not hear any negative feedback, minus the fact the ACT Castrol race is not coming back which is understandable.

Besides that, the atmosphere was a very positive one.  I am looking forward to the driver's meeting and having the schedule posted.  It will be nice to race only one Wed nights and bringing the focus back to local wednesday night racing!




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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #22 on: January 17, 2010, 01:50:13 PM »
I think everybody is looking forward to the future.  At the meeting, I did not hear any negative feedback, minus the fact the ACT Castrol race is not coming back which is understandable.

Besides that, the atmosphere was a very positive one.  I am looking forward to the driver's meeting and having the schedule posted.  It will be nice to race only one Wed nights and bringing the focus back to local wednesday night racing!




Personally I am disappointed that there will be no ACT castrol race and no LUCAS sportsman cup. I can't make it to the track regularly on Wed. nights and liked to take in the weekend specials. I end up spending my dollars to go to the bigger races to the west or maybe take in some dirt stuff.

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Re: Who's promoting Capital City in 2010 ?
« Reply #23 on: January 17, 2010, 02:43:39 PM »
I think everybody is looking forward to the future.  At the meeting, I did not hear any negative feedback, minus the fact the ACT Castrol race is not coming back which is understandable.

Besides that, the atmosphere was a very positive one.  I am looking forward to the driver's meeting and having the schedule posted.  It will be nice to race only one Wed nights and bringing the focus back to local wednesday night racing!




Personally I am disappointed that there will be no ACT castrol race and no LUCAS sportsman cup. I can't make it to the track regularly on Wed. nights and liked to take in the weekend specials. I end up spending my dollars to go to the bigger races to the west or maybe take in some dirt stuff.

The saturday races were fun, but I am sure they will be back in the future.  Given the fact they are only starting right now in January, I can understand them wanting to drop some of the bigger stuff and get it back to building a weekly program and then look at bringing in series or bigger races in years to come.  I think just having the track re-paved will be a great thing for the weekly program and am very excited as a driver and fan for the future of CCS! 

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