2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

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2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Blake Camphausen on Thu Jul 26, 2012 5:08 pm

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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by conrail1990 on Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:22 pm

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Kaslow furious with Watts

Phillip Kaslow was non too pleased with going double DNF in the first 2 races of the season. But was more dis-pleased with the way Jordan Watts ran his car into Kaslow's car that was already dead on the track. " My car was already dead on the racetrack, for a good amount of time. He had enough time to go around, but as to why he decided to confirm my day was over is beyond me. He could have killed me or himself. He needs to rethink whether he belongs in racing or not.""
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Chives2112 on Thu Jul 26, 2012 8:15 pm

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Nash Down But Not Out After Early Wreck at Rockingham

Thomas Nash had a decent qualifying run, slotting him 18th on the grid. However, he was not able to take advantage of that starting position, because on lap 8, he was involved in a wreck that was, and at the same time, wasn't his own doing.

"I think we might have cut down a tire. It must have happened after the race started, because I didn't feel a puncture during the warm-up laps. Once I realized I had a problem, I tried to get out of the groove as quick as possible. I was almost clear of the rest of the field when I got hit by behind, and the next thing I knew, there were a good 4 or 5 cars spinning around me. I want to apologize to those involved in the wreck. It sucks for them, and it sucks for us, but we'll go to the next track and try to do better than what we did today," said Nash after he came out of the infield car center at the Rockingham Speedway.

Nash now sits 25th in points, 41 behind points leader and Rockingham race winner Joe Olenick. The 40th place finish for the rookie from Texas really hurt his points running, but Nash believes he can rebound, and follow up this setback with a performance like he had at the Texas 500. That performance included a pole and a 9th place finish.
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by SnakePlissken on Thu Jul 26, 2012 8:16 pm

I finally got some screen time, but they called me "Bigsby Foote" by mistake," said a disheartened Jim Kidd.

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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Blake Camphausen on Thu Jul 26, 2012 8:55 pm

SnakePlissken wrote:I finally got some screen time, but they called me "Bigsby Foote" by mistake," said a disheartened Jim Kidd.
Major apologies on this one. Especially since I got every other name correct.
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by SnakePlissken on Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:05 pm

Blake Camphausen wrote:
SnakePlissken wrote:I finally got some screen time, but they called me "Bigsby Foote" by mistake," said a disheartened Jim Kidd.
Major apologies on this one. Especially since I got every other name correct.

It's no big deal, I thought it was pretty funny actually. Laughing
Real announcers do that stuff all the time. Very Happy

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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by BlueThunderfan on Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:07 pm

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Bill Calhoun happy after another good run
Bill Calhoun, after winning the Texas 500, fowllows that up with a good 9th today in Rockingham.
"we had another quiet run, and that's really important. i'm happy with the team. cut it really close with one of the wrecks, but i'm pretty happy. and i might be catching the attention of one of my old teams..."

Calhoun is currently 2nd in the ASCC point standings.
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Kornography on Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:48 am

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Jonser proud of fifteenth place finish
After falling many laps down as the green flag waved, Craig Jonser was able to get all his laps back and rally to a fifteenth place finish at Rockhingham, keeping him in the top ten in points.

"We busted my ass off to get back on the lead lap, and it paid off. Kinda reminds me of when I won at Brazil in Lights a few years ago. If we keep this up, I can see us with a win by seasons end."

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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Cardinals5 on Fri Jul 27, 2012 2:49 pm

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Olenick "Ecstatic" About Win
Connecticut native Joe Olenick followed up an impressive 7th at the Texas 500 in dramatic fashion, passing Travis Marshall for the lead - and the win - with just over six laps remaining. An ecstatic Olenick, when asked about the commentator's remarks about him "sweating bricks", laughed and said "Bricks? That's putting it mildly. This is unreal right now."

The young rookie currently sits atop the standings, just one point in front of Texas 500 winner Bill Calhoun
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by JPR9192 on Thu Aug 02, 2012 4:03 pm

Ive been gone for a very long time but im glad to see the series is still here and running and running very well. Love the racing and the awsome looking cars, ill try to be more active on the site as much as I can.
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Rykia on Fri Aug 03, 2012 12:22 am

Anderson to Run Rest of the Season in the 89

After Skullcandy requested Ike Durbin run the first two races of the ASCC season, it was announced that Seth Anderson would run the rest of the season in the 89. The 20 year old from Ohio has been very fast in regional late model leagues, and is expected to run well, though he says he is just looking for experience and seat time.

"I don't expect to do great in the car, I'm just looking to bring the car home in one piece."
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Blake Camphausen on Fri Aug 03, 2012 1:02 am

Rykia_RKXK wrote:Anderson to Run Rest of the Season in the 89

After Skullcandy requested Ike Durbin run the first two races of the ASCC season, it was announced that Seth Anderson would run the rest of the season in the 89. The 20 year old from Ohio has been very fast in regional late model leagues, and is expected to run well, though he says he is just looking for experience and seat time.

"I don't expect to do great in the car, I'm just looking to bring the car home in one piece."
I've already run New York, so I'll have him in for race 4.
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Re: 2012 ASCC Wrangler Cup Series Race 2 (Rockingham 200)

Post by Rykia on Fri Aug 03, 2012 1:58 pm

Blake Camphausen wrote:
Rykia_RKXK wrote:Anderson to Run Rest of the Season in the 89

After Skullcandy requested Ike Durbin run the first two races of the ASCC season, it was announced that Seth Anderson would run the rest of the season in the 89. The 20 year old from Ohio has been very fast in regional late model leagues, and is expected to run well, though he says he is just looking for experience and seat time.

"I don't expect to do great in the car, I'm just looking to bring the car home in one piece."
I've already run New York, so I'll have him in for race 4.

Alright, that's fine.
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