<VV> Gingerman/Tweety Time
paulvair at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 20 12:49:36 EDT 2013
What is really needed is a Tweety for the fastest old blind guy in a White Corvair from Indy. LOL
How about a tweety for fastest Time Trial (track day) novice? Might spark some interest.
From: Warren LeVeque <levair at aol.com>
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Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2013 11:10 AM
Subject: <VV> Gingerman/Tweety Time
First, good luck to all of the racers at the Corvair Olympics. I have missed last years Convention, this year's MItty and the Olympics all due to home upkeep expenses and car repair/preparation.
But I am determined to make it to this years Convention, starting with the Gingerman track event.
The track event on Monday of the Convention is ridiculously low priced at $150 entry. The Mitty entry is 4 times that! Spectators are free.
All safe cars can enter, ie, battery hold downs, brake lights and good seat belts.
It's a rare chance to be on the track with other racers and no chance of car to car contact.
It's been a tradition to offer Tweety (underdog?) unoffical trophies for categories not necessarily covered in the class rules. Many people have generously donated Tweeties to the cause---they are very hard to find.
Besides the obvious Top Tweety (fastest time of the day)
There have been Tweeties for:
Fastest 90% prepared car
Fastest councours car
Best looking racer
Fastest street driven
And my favorite; Tweetie's Choice where I ask the racers and spectators for their choice--
I am open to any suggestions.
Hope that you don't pass up this rare opportunity. Come out an support us, we are going to support all of the other Convention events.
I raced Gingerman(non Corvair event) once in 38 deg. rain. My Corvair was the overall fastest car in the rain.
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