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OSS at Cayuga
« on: June 20, 2007, 08:40:10 PM »
Ontario Sportsman Series
Pro Cup Lites

12:00pm - Pit Gate Opens
1:00pm - Spectator Gate Opens
1 - 7pm - Time Trials & Ceremonies
7:30pm - GREEN FLAG

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OSS at Cayuga
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Re: OSS at Cayuga Schedule
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2007, 03:43:32 PM »
 Schedule of Events for The OSS and Pro Cup Lites


Friday, June 22nd
 
12:00 pm
Camping Gate Opens
 
Saturday, June 23rd
 
12:00 pm
Pit Gates Open
 
1:00 pm
Spectator Gates Open
 
4:00 pm
Pro Cup Lites - Practice
 
4:20 pm
Late Models - Practice
 
4:40 pm
Pro Cup Lites 2nd Practice
 
5:00 pm
Late Models 2nd Practice
 
5:20 pm
Late Models Qualifying Heats
 
6:00 pm
Giveaway Rides (Drawn from ticket stub)
 
6:30 pm
Autograph Session & Meet the Drives
 
7:15 pm
Opening Ceremonies
 
7:30 pm
Pro Cup Lites Qualifying Heats
 
7:45 pm
Late Models 1st 50 Laps
 
8:15 pm
Pro Cup Lites 2nd Qualifying Heats
 
8:30 pm
Intermission
 
8:45 pm
Pro Cup Lites Feature Race
 
9:00 pm
Late Models 2nd 50 Laps
 
10:00 pm
Winners Circle
 
10:15 pm
Entertainment
 
10:30 pm
Track Secure
 
Sunday, June 24th
Rain Date

 
Subject to change without notice
Enjoy the show!!!



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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2007, 06:01:31 PM »
Thanks Racewomen (CatWomen)... I didnt know if we were running 2- 50's or 1-100 lap show.
For all you adults that are reading this, please bring the kids and stop by to see me at car #71 as I have a treat for the kids, as well, bring your Camera so we can get a picture of them sitting in the Drivers seat of the #71 Cathcart Trucking Chevrolet.
Thanks, and kids if you are reading this, tell Mom and Dad your not going to clean your room unless they take you to Cayuga Speedway Park this weekend.... I'll back you up and you wont get in trouble !!

Worse case deal.... I have to come help you clean your room which will be cool if Mom gives us home made cookies and milk !!

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2007, 07:23:35 PM »
Thanks, and kids if you are reading this, tell Mom and Dad your not going to clean your room unless they take you to Cayuga Speedway Park this weekend.... I'll back you up and you wont get in trouble !!

LOL

"Ok kiddies, clench your fists and stamp your feet
....all together now.
We wanna go
We wanna go
We wanna go see Midamerica at Cayuuuuu - ga!"

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2007, 07:45:47 PM »
Your welcome (Bat-Mid)

Darn and I just finished cleaning up too.  ;)
Have a great time remember be safe have fun and drive fast!

Oh and GO! Shawn GO!

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2007, 07:18:48 AM »
:) :) :)

You guys just made my day!!

Why can't everyone get along like this on the board?

Greasemonkey.

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #6 on: June 22, 2007, 10:59:21 AM »
This is fun, Iam going to bring twinkies for all the kids.. what are you going to bring??

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2007, 07:13:07 AM »
I plan to go tonight, but may be going alone because my son has other stuff on today.  Does anyone get together in certain sections of the stands that I might sit nearby?  I am 50 and well behaved, so i shouldn't embarrass anyone. :)

GG


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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2007, 01:14:32 PM »
:) :) :)



Why can't everyone get along like this on the board?



  I am not sure but it would seem if you mention that the OSS only has 13 cars and does not run the 100 lap race that they advertise or dare to mention that Ashley Taws qualified last and is very slow some people get very angry .

 Go figure

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2007, 09:34:41 PM »
Boy you seem to think negative about everything?? Is there anything you can say good about racing or a driver  ???


  I am not sure but it would seem if you mention that the OSS only has 13 cars and does not run the 100 lap race that they advertise or dare to mention that Ashley Taws qualified last and is very slow some people get very angry .

 Go figure

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2007, 10:47:45 PM »
 Just got back from Cayuga. The Robblee's were the class of the field with Steve taking the overall win and Matt leading the first 50 lap segment. Car count was 16-17. The racing was pretty good at the front for the low car count. Unfortunately the crowd was very sparse.
 I tried to go over to the pits after the race to try and find Midamerica and introduce myself but the #71 car had misfortunes in the first 50 lapper and the hauler was pulling out when I got there. Maybe next time. I had a quick chat with Ashley Taws after the race. She said she's still getting used to the stock cars. Nice girl. I hope that she can prove the naysayers (read:pinecrest) wrong and be successful. The Cup Lites were OK. Again, a low car count (12-13).

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2007, 11:24:25 PM »
Yes it was good night of racing and the crowd was pretty sparse.   I sure hope this series gets some more cars and attention because it looks very promising.  It would have been nice if some of the NCTS teams would have showed. 

I was hoping to meet Midamerica also, but was too late.  That was a hard hit that he took and really put a dent in his car.   His hauler is a very nice looking rig.

GG 

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #12 on: June 24, 2007, 12:16:07 AM »
Well we know DJ was not going to be there as he qualified and raced in the Busch race tonight.  But at least there were a couple more cars from the first race.  I'm not sure why Cayuga continues to bring the cup-lites back as they have yet to have a solid car count besides the first show years ago.  It's not fair to the fans or the drivers that make the effort to get to the event and yet still only have a small car count as I'm sure the drivers want to put on a show just like the main series they are with that night.

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #13 on: June 24, 2007, 12:23:19 AM »
I counted 16 cars that started the 1'st race. McGlynn had the 18 car there as well, but it didn't start the race for what ever reason?

I was sitting in front of Dave's spotter, that was a hard lick he took, I hope you're okay Dave. Your spotter mentioned you lost your brakes.

Yes, the crowd was sparse. I heard they were charging $40.00 to get in???

Kenny Forth was coming on like gang busters in the 2'nd race when his rear end broke. Too bad, with McGlynn's misfortune he had a good chance to advance to 2'nd in the points. McGlynn was probably the only car that had something for the Robblee's.

I noticed Steve's car seemed better at the start of the races, and Matt's got stronger at the end of the races!

Billy Innes was running better this race too, but he still seemed to have a push.

I was hoping that Bob would put the car on the podium in the 2'nd race, it looked like he might, for a while and Ashley did another good job imho.

All in all, it was worth the drive from Burlington. I was hoping for a few more cars to show up and it's a shame about the crowd?

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Re: OSS at Cayuga
« Reply #14 on: June 24, 2007, 12:47:44 AM »
I I heard they were charging $40.00 to get in???

You gotta be kidding. The ACT show at ottawa had 4 qualifiying races,2 consis and a last chance race followed by 100 laps with 29 starters for $25.

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