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2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by crl on Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:45 pm



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Rest of results
13 9 19 F Azzaretto, Jr. -12.53 100 0 124 Running
14 7 98 B Waterhead -12.94 100 0 121 Running
15 16 44 A Hill -13.14 100 0 118 Running
16 19 14 S Williams -13.28 100 0 115 Running
17 15 73 L Mills -13.39 100 0 112 Running
18 13 79 T Souza -13.75 100 0 109 Running
19 17 753 F Kaminski -14.55 100 0 106 Running
20 22 21 E Molina -15.29 100 0 103 Running
21 24 12 C Carpenter -1L 99 0 100 Running
22 21 36 D Olivier -1L 99 0 97 Running
23 23 46 J Stud -1L 99 0 94 Running
24 18 00 J Goshen -5L 95 0 91 Running

Points

Spoiler:
Driver of the Race: Miranda Leckliter
Reject of the Race: The dumbass CRL officials
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by day500champ1 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 2:28 pm

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Fischer scores top-10 in debut

Daniel Fischer was all smiles as he exited his #2 Juneau following the opening event for the CRL DD at Irwindale. His first comment after exiting the car?

"I wish I had about 10 more feet," Fischer said with a laugh. "But, we had a great run today and got a top 10 out of it. I would've liked 7th, but 8th is just as good and I'll take that. Can't wait for Portland. This was fun."
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by f1fan12 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:25 pm

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Jancoson was too busy telling everyone how bad the Democrats are running the country to comment on his 2nd place finish.
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by Jahgee1124 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 4:45 pm

OOC: Just so you know its pronounced j-ah-G

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Jahgee Happy With His Drivers
After watching the CRL Developmental Race tonight, Jahgee posted a vlog, here is the transcript below

Good job fe all of i-man team members today, Nneoma crucial overtakin' de i-man will be a star in whatever series de i-man decide fe do your career in. Sif, nice quiet run in de points, nothin' more I kyan expect from a person who has never driven on any form of pavement before de race weekend. Feliks, make sure next race dat de i-man don't clap di pit wall, very embarrassin'. Dank di i-man Nemoto for lettin' i-man field dese cars and dank de i-man fe our sponsors for allowin' dese talented drivers fe race tonight.

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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by JMac525 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 5:05 pm

Spoiler:
Carl Minor Finishes 5th in a Solid Debit

"The car was solid all day. Everyone around us was racing smart, and so were we. Good to see us getting off to a good start."
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by Tanrar on Sat Feb 25, 2012 5:45 pm

Spoiler:
Souza has very mediocre debut in CRL

"Well, this is quite the adjustment from GT Cars, but I'll get the hang of this eventuallly." Trevor Souza said, scoring an 18th place finish in the season opener at Irwindale.
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by Chives2112 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 7:29 pm

Spoiler:
Goshen Upset With Motor Troubles and CRL Officials

Jared Goshen and his #00 Goshen Family Racing entry thought they would have the car to beat after posting a pretty fast time in practice and avoiding all of the carnage that was the pit road wall. However, Goshen ended up qualifying 18th and after his run on the radio, he stated that he felt the engine going sour. The team thought they fixed the problem and would have a great run in the first ever CRL Developmental Division race at Irwindale Speedway.

After the green flag dropped, Jared was picking cars off one-by-one in the first two turns, but his engine died on him after crossing the start/finish line. Even though his car stopped on the track, the CRL officials did not through the yellow flag. Goshen was obviously frustrated.

"I have no idea what the officials were thinking! My car was stalled out there, still in the racing groove, I couldn't move the damn thing at all and they decided to keep racing? Ugh, that just stinks! Stinks for Dunkin' Donuts and for Which Wich. Man, and after we fixed the engine on pit road, we had a fast car! Just a shame. On to Portland, I guess," stated Jared Goshen.

After finishing 24th (last) in the race, the team will take the journey to the Pacific Northwest for the second race of the CRL Developmental Division season, looking to score some points.
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by navycook75 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 8:20 pm

Spoiler:
with all due respect crl, I'm going to disregard the burnouts you did you'll see why is you read on....

Miranda Leckliter wins first ever Developmental series race

"I had to turn down the volume on the headset when she won, but I'm proud of her." says Team Owner John Leckliter.

"I can't believe this! my first ever race in a modified and I win. I stalled the car a few times trying to do burnouts, but I'm just wondering on how I managed to lead every lap." She then proceeds to get a hug from her boyfriend Nathan. (OOC: I retconned the whole crew chief thing)

also, is it bad that I predicted this?
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by racingfreak1999 on Sat Feb 25, 2012 11:27 pm

Spoiler:
Azzareto has quiet run, just misses points

Frank Azzaretto's debut in racing went pretty smoothly at Irwindale. After starting 9th, Azzaretto ran a quiet race going on to finish 13th, the first driver not to score points. "I'm still trying to get use to these cars. Sucks that we didn't get points, but today was more of a learning experience. Going to a road course should be an exciting experience. Frank has been giving me advice on road course racing and it should be fun."

The next race is at the Portland International Raceway. Azzaretto has never raced on a road course before. FAC Motorsports owner Frank Azure, who had a successful sports car career, has been instructing him on road racing.
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Re: 2012 CRL Developmental Division - Round 1 - Irwindale

Post by Rykia on Sun Feb 26, 2012 12:39 pm

Spoiler:
Suzuka Please with First Week, Hayden and Mills Not

After a tenth and seventeenth place finish for the two SuzukaCorp. drivers, team owner Sean Suzuka said he was 'pleased' with their mediocre finishes. "The goal of this was to get Hayden's performance and confidence up, while Mills gains experience. They did that. It's the first race of the season, and I'm not going to put extremely high expectations on them. Certainly, Hayden has higher expectations than Mills because of his CRL Modified Championship, but regardless, expectations for race one were met."

However, despite their owner seeming satisfied, the two drivers of the SuzukaCorp. cars were less than happy. They had this to say:

Liman Mills, "I was honestly expecting something better than 17th. I was hoping to score at least one point, but I didn't, and I'll move on."

Rallen Hayden, "I'm extremely disappointed with the run. True, I finished tenth, but I was expecting better. I'm in no was saying I'm better than everyone, but I thought my experience would play out and get me a better finish than tenth."
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