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    Daytona 125: Race One

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    Cody Kerr
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    Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Cody Kerr on Mon Jun 27, 2011 7:50 am


    This Sunday, the Revolutionary Racing league rolls up to the line and waves the green flag as Season 2 of Sprint Cup action takes shape. The first NASCAR Heat league to bring you online cautions comes back with their revolutionary concept for another championship season.

    What's new this year? How about almost an entire field of quality approved paint schemes? Sounds good, right? But, be sure to welcome all of the subtle changes to the league. Such as the addition of new admins, including the likes of Cody Kerr and Mustangman. There are also a handful of rule changes, new means of in-race communication, and many other subtle additions that help you feel the real simulation of a 200mph traffic jam!

    Starting THIS SUNDAY, you too can experience the modernization of Heat's online racing environment. Before you get too hyped up, you still have a couple steps in-order to join us.

    1: You must install G2 2011 Cup, have Heat patched up, and install the tracks we run
    2: You must sign-up at RevRacing (see links below)
    3: Now that your signed up, your going to need to pick a car (see links)
    --3A: If you've chosen to use a custom car, you'll need to submit it to an admin for---------approvall. In the event that you are a rookie, you'll need to slap rookie stripes on
    4: Download and install all of the custom paint schemes we use
    5: PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE
    6: Show up in the server (TBA) on Sunday nights with your A game

    Sign-up for RevRacing here
    Get the mod, tracks, and game here
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    Bmxtwins
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Bmxtwins on Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:13 am

    great post and banner cody!

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    race 1

    Post by racingrick on Mon Jun 27, 2011 10:24 pm

    very nice post cody!!! gets me fired up to join the league and race!!!!!!!!!! HOLD ON!!!!!!!!!! I AM AREADY SIGNED UP!!! JUST NEED TO RACE!!!!!!! LOL Very Happy
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Cody Kerr on Tue Jun 28, 2011 12:17 am

    Laughing Thanks Ray and Rick! I think we'll put the last races' winner as the featured car on the next races' poster. And if Mr.Cocky from last season starts winning over and over, I'll just become bias on the cars that go on the poster XD
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by nathan246 on Tue Jun 28, 2011 8:28 am

    Nice poster Cody Surprised

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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by thetrev2 on Tue Jun 28, 2011 9:10 am

    yeah it looks nice I can't wait
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Bmxtwins on Sat Jul 02, 2011 10:22 pm

    See you all tomorrow for the action!!
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Bmxtwins on Sun Jul 03, 2011 10:44 pm

    Thanks to grumpy for pointing out a typo,

    Race will be next SUNDAY July 10th due to server crash.

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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by DusterLag on Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:40 pm

    Do I recall that someone pulled a 45.0 Q time, that sounds impossible! I was 3rd or 4th with a .7 or .8 with mustangman.

    Unless I recall incorrectly.
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Mustangman759 on Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:46 pm

    pole was .709 by patch

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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by DusterLag on Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:49 pm

    I bet I misread it, it was probably someone with a 46.0 Smile
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Mustangman759 on Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:48 pm

    yep top 5 was
    1.Patch
    2.racingrick
    3.Tim
    4.Duster
    5.Me .828
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Breeze on Tue Jul 05, 2011 9:23 pm

    I was wondering why you postponed the race when you had so many drivers show up (I believe 20 showed up,with 18
    actually starting the race) Most wanted to either finish the last 25 or even restart it. Whats gonna happen if
    server crashes (or someone commands it to end) again? Postpone it!..I started 15th ,was running 6th when server shutdown,and still would have rather restarted over from the back of the field, rather then postpone it. All I'm saying is,if you've got that many drivers ,you should run the race,rather than postpone it.

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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by DusterLag on Tue Jul 05, 2011 9:27 pm

    Breeze wrote:I was wondering why you postponed the race when you had so many drivers show up (I believe 20 showed up,with 18
    actually starting the race) Most wanted to either finish the last 25 or even restart it. Whats gonna happen if
    server crashes (or someone commands it to end) again? Postpone it!..I started 15th ,was running 6th when server shutdown,and still would have rather restarted over from the back of the field, rather then postpone it. All I'm saying is,if you've got that many drivers ,you should run the race,rather than postpone it.

    I agree with you, it was a 50/50 from what I saw. But in the end it is up to the officials/admins to decide and it is what they decided.

    Hopefully it will be another great race this weekend, a server will hopefully be selected/tested and not changed. (Always a pain when that happens.)

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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Grumpy on Tue Jul 05, 2011 11:01 pm

    DusterLag wrote:
    Breeze wrote:I was wondering why you postponed the race when you had so many drivers show up (I believe 20 showed up,with 18
    actually starting the race) Most wanted to either finish the last 25 or even restart it. Whats gonna happen if
    server crashes (or someone commands it to end) again? Postpone it!..I started 15th ,was running 6th when server shutdown,and still would have rather restarted over from the back of the field, rather then postpone it. All I'm saying is,if you've got that many drivers ,you should run the race,rather than postpone it.

    I agree with you, it was a 50/50 from what I saw. But in the end it is up to the officials/admins to decide and it is what they decided.

    Hopefully it will be another great race this weekend, a server will hopefully be selected/tested and not changed. (Always a pain when that happens.)

    If you remember the server did crash again after everyone had left, meaning it would have probably crashed in the middle of the last 25 laps or so.
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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Mustangman759 on Tue Jul 05, 2011 11:52 pm

    didnt crash then Wink
    Future races will abide by a Postpone if less than XX% completes and official if more than XX % is run

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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by Grumpy on Wed Jul 06, 2011 1:24 am

    Hmmm, Sorry but I thought it disconnected everyone why we were just sitting in server. I guess I was wrong.

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    Re: Daytona 125: Race One

    Post by DusterLag on Wed Jul 06, 2011 6:55 am

    Grumpy wrote:Hmmm, Sorry but I thought it disconnected everyone why we were just sitting in server. I guess I was wrong.

    Bmx closed it, he was looking for the log.

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