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Post by bsoyuz on Wed Jul 20, 2016 1:19 pm

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2017 SEASON INFORMATION:
GENERAL OVERVIEW:
Two series will compose NAAC, the Championship Series and National Series.

The Championship Series will have up to 44 full-time cars, while the National Series will have up to 24 full-time cars.

All weekends will feature a single race format, with up to 40 cars starting, and qualifying sessions will define the starting fields for the race.

points system:
Points System

1. 125
2. 100
3. 95
4. 90
5. 85
6. 80
7. 76
8. 72
9. 68
10. 64
11. 60
12. 56
13. 53
14. 50
15. 47
16. 44
17. 41
18. 38
19. 35
20. 32
21. 30
22. 28
23. 26
24. 24
25. 22
26. 20
27. 18
28. 16
29. 14
30. 12
31. 10
32. 9
33. 8
34. 7
35. 6
36. 5
37. 4
38. 3
39. 2
40. 1

Led a Lap Bonus: 5
Led Most Laps Bonus: 10
Pole Position Bonus: 10

The maximum of points a driver can score is 150. The minimum is 1.

RATINGS SYSTEM:
This package applies to both NAAC series.
 
For those that don’t have NR2003, each AI car has its own set of ratings that determine how competitive the car is. There are three ratings categories:

Ratings Categories:
CATEGORY 1: Driver Style

Aggression
Consistency
Finishing
Qualifying

CATEGORY 2: Driver Skills By Track Type

Road Course
Short Track
Speedway
Superspeedway

CATEGORY 3: Car (This will be determined by the team owner, and all team cars must have the same ratings)

Aerodynamics
Chassis
Engine
Reliability
 
Ratings are stacked based on accomplishments.
 
DRIVER RATINGS
 
Drivers are separated into 4 different classes, each with their own base ratings for all 8 fields in the Driver categories.
 
Characters that fall under a certain class may be placed in a lower class by their creator if they feel that the character shouldn’t be in their default class.
 

Driver Classes:

CLASS A (50-80 in all fields in categories 1 and 2)
-Drivers with at least four victories in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
-Drivers with a top-5 points finish in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
-Master Cup/TM Lights/Dash Cup(only the main series) regulars
-FARC championship winning drivers
 
CLASS B (50-70)
-Drivers with two victories in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
-Drivers with a top-10 points finish in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
-FARC race winning drivers
 
CLASS C (40-70)
-Everyone else
 
CLASS F (0-40)
-Bad drivers for comic relief

During the 2017 season, drivers could be promoted to the next class if they fulfill the next class’ requirements.
 
CAR RATINGS
 
Car ratings are separated into 4 classes with their own base ratings like drivers. These ratings are submitted by the team owners, and each car on a team is to carry the same ratings.
 
Team Classes:

CLASS A
 
Aero: 50-80
Chassis: 50-80
Engine: 50-80
Reliability: 30-70
 
-Teams with at least six victories in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
-Teams with a top-5 points finish in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
 
CLASS B
 
Aero: 40-80
Chassis: 40-80
Engine: 40-80
Reliability: 40-80
 
-Teams with at least three victories in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
-Teams with a top-10 points finish in any PART series (except for the 2017 season)
-Teams who have won in major series previously (Master Cup and Dash Cup--Main series only)
 
CLASS C
 
Aero: 30-80
Chassis: 30-80
Engine: 30-80
Reliability: 50-80
 
-Everyone else except cars in Class F.

CLASS F
 
Aero: 0-40
Chassis: 0-40
Engine: 0-40
Reliability: 0-80
 
-Bad teams for comic relief

TIRE WAR INFORMATION

The 2017 season of NAAC will feature a tire brands war between Bridgestone, Hoosier, BFGoodrich and Cooper. Each tire brand will have their own advantages and disavantages, which will affect the cars slightly or radically, depending on the car ratings.

TIRE RATINGS -- I WILL BE THE ONE APPLYING THEM, NOT YOU:


Bridgestone
No Changes (base)

BFGoodrich -- Better on Faster Ovals
+12 Pit Crew Speed
+6 Superspeedway
+3 Speedway
-3 Chassis
-6 Finish
-12 Road Course

Cooper Tires -- Better on Road Courses
+12 Road Course
+6 Qualifying
+3 Chassis
-3 Superspeedway
-6 Speedway
-12 Pit Crew Speed

Hoosier Tires -- Better on Slower Ovals
+24 Pit Crew Speed
+12 Short Track
-12 Everything Else (Finish, Qualifying, Road Course, Speedway, Superspeedway and Chassis)

THE RULES
 
For each of the three categories, submit 3, 6, 9, and 12. (remember: do not send team ratings if you do not own the team) These numbers are the amount added to each base rating (both MIN and MAX), and each number may only be used once in each category. Alternatively, you can stick with the base ratings without adding anything, but let me know it, if not, you'll be out into Class F.

The same ratings are to apply to the character and team across all NAAC series. Sending different sets of ratings for a character and/or team competing in multiple series forces me to pick one set of ratings and apply it to the other entries.

All pit crews are rated 50-70.

You must choose a tire brand, so I can adapt your ratings to it.


RATINGS SPLITS (DRIVERS):
Class A
Championship Series
Matt Stern
Ben Atkins
Naomi Baldwin
Thomas Tucker
Kelly Ashcroft
Flannery Moore
Jack Patterson
Rebecca Pellerin
Tammy Barnton

National Series
Megan MacDonald


Class B
Championship Series
Aaron Beckett
Charlie Smith
Taylor Matthews
Michelle Overton
Ryan Walker
David LeBlanc
Tony Long
Lucy Barnton

National Series
Emilie Potvin

Class C
Championship Series
Parker Levitt
Joey Sinclair
Andrew Atwood
Rachel Jackson
Daniel Sanchez
Taegan Roberson
Jeb Lacy
Boyd Abbott
Mason Yokoyama
Stan Gustaffson
Kirk Jones
Johnny Harrison
Alex Constantine
Benjamin Dangerfield
Austin Sanders
Lee Schmidt
Jamaal Schmidt
Seamus Rourke
Ross Curry
David Hetzel
Keegan Mallory
Brittany Henderson
Ben Schneider
Lorne Stevenson
Troy Griffith

National Series
Andrew Atwood
Parker Levitt
Joey Sinclair
Ty Potter
Ashley Elliott
Adam Patterson
Neville Chadwell
Kellie Henderson
Ellie Schneider
Lonny Rawlins

RATINGS SPLITS (TEAM):
Class A
Ashcroft Family Racing
Matthews Atlantic Motorsports
Ernest Lewis Racing
A.J.A. Racing

Class B
Speed Enterprises
Jack Patterson Motorsports
Ike Durbin Inc.

Class C
Oliver Killam Racing
Matt Stern Motorsports
Mason Yokoyama Racing
United Canadian Racers
TurboSports
Gailey Enterprises
David Hetzel Racing Enterprises
H2 Motorsports
Reach Motors
Desert Star Motorsports
Tony Long Autosport

PAINTING RULES AND INFORMATION:
Car files and skins are to be submitted via GOMA TeamSpeak or in a PM. For convenience, I prefer that people send me rated .car files, any physics will do because I have a car converter. Targa files (.tga) are okay too. I will not accept anything else, and I have the right to reject any paint scheme.

The minimum age for drivers is 16. For the sake of realism, I'm going to ask that team owners have to be at least 25 years old.

You cannot change ratings after the character's first race has been run.

MOD INFORMATION

NAAC Cisco Championship Series
DMR IROC Z28

NAAC Zippo National Series
PWF GNS

PAINTING RESOURCES

Omecha M17 Template: >>>Here<<<
Championship Series Contigency Set: >>>Here<<<

Zippo National Series Template and Contigency Set: >>>Here<<<

All cars are due by August 31st

Approved teams will be present in the charts on this page: >>>Here<<<

2018 Season Information

TO BE ADDED STAY WOKE


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Re: 2017 North American Auto Club

Post by Ben Atkins on Wed Jul 20, 2016 4:41 pm

Desert Star Motorsports to enter NAAC in 2017 season

Desert Star Motorsports, formerly known for winning championships in several lower tiers of motorsports, as well as having a FARC Elite Series win to their name at Toledo in 2015, have announced they will enter the inaugural season of the North American Auto Club series with cousins Lucy and Tammy Barnton driving for the team.

Both the Barnton's have enjoyed success in their racing careers, as Lucy Barnton finished 2nd in the 2012 ARLA Trucks series, as well as earning a best finish of 2nd at Mosport in the ARLA Elite Series in 2013. Tammy Barnton managed to win the 2013 ARLA Trucks championship, and followed it up with a Rookie Shootout and Smash Beer 500 victory in 2014. Barnton also won a FARC Elite Series race at the Tulsa Expo Center with Tom Delgado Racing.

The team have had experience with the Omecha body before, having participated in the 2014 NRC season, interestingly with Caitlin Richler and Riley McKee, who are currently set to continue their careers as sophomores in the PART series on the other side of the split.

The teams cars will see Tammy Barnton in a familiar #83 Bitter Pills machine, while Lucy Barnton will drive the #87 sponsored by Lewis and Ricky's. The team have elected to use Saar engines, but have yet to confirm what tire they will use in the series.

Atkins to race Superspeedway events?

While Ben Atkins is a team owner on the other side of the split, there is a rumour going around that Atkins could be participating in the Superspeedway events at Auto Club and Talladega for a team not owned by himself. While Atkins has yet to mention the rumour, a source has said that the team he runs for could be a factory team for one of the tires companies participating in the series.

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NR2003 Online Poles: 79 (Latest - GOMA F5 at Vancouver [03/24/17])
iRacing Online Offical Wins: 18 (Latest - NASCAR Trucks at Watkins Glen [08/03/16])
NR2003 Championships: 6 (2013/2014 GOMA Trucks, Formula 5 Season 12, 2014 GOMA Trucks, Formula 5 Season 13, Formula 5 Season 14, Formula 5 Season 16)

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Post by Rovenami on Wed Jul 20, 2016 5:11 pm

Reach Motors to enter NAAC
Team owner, Lorne Stevenson announced his intentions to return to stock car racing with the NAAC as a base. Stevenson and Reach Motors were last seen at what would have been the 2011 finale to the now-defunct VSCC. No other information regarding the team is announced other than their intention to run a 2-car operation with Lorne Stevenson himself running the #71 machine with the use of Inglesby engines and Bridgestone tires. The only information about the team's other entry is that the car number will be #90.
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Post by Lucstar88 on Wed Jul 20, 2016 6:54 pm

Ernest Lewis Racing moves to NAAC in 2017

Major PART team, Ernest Lewis Racing has jumped ship to the NAAC in 2017. The top-tier team is considered the major player, with tough competition from Matthews Atlantic Motorsports.

Ernest Lewis: It's going to be a great season hopefully, not just for us, both this whole league.

Rebbeca Pellerin had some interesting comments on this.

Pellerin: Since I first joined PART, they would never listen, I remember the Watkins Glen race, where people kept crashing, and nothing was done about it. Some people that day needed to be gone for a long time, but PART is all about getting the views, and it caused a lot of crap in the garage. Look at how many drivers got hurt, it's was way more than it should've.

Q: Is this reaction because of your failed attempt at the PART title?
Pellerin: We've heard rumors about a split for a while, and talking to Ernest, we wanted to be in this new sanction ever since, our cries for safety and competent officiating was not listened. I wanted to win a PART title, really badly, especially for my family, but it wasn't meant to be. I want to be the first champ here. It would leave a lasting legacy on the sport. I plan to make NAAC better, I want the best competitors in the world in here, a series I believe in. That's why I made the jump.
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Post by RaceCamera on Wed Jul 20, 2016 7:21 pm

Mason Yokoyama plans to enter two cars in NAAC

Owner-driver Mason Yokoyama plans on entering the NAAC Cisco Championship with cars 12 and 76. Though Mason Yokoyama was planning on sharing the 76 car with numerous drivers there was no word on who'll be driving the 12 car at the moment. He will be using Cooper tires and Saar engines in both cars. He was planning on driving the 76 car on the superspeedways and road courses only.
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Post by RyanB06 on Wed Jul 20, 2016 7:42 pm

M2 Development rebrands as Matthews Atlantic Motorsports, joins NAAC:

In a bombshell announcement, M2 Development, which carried Flannery Moore to the cusp of the 2016 PART title, declared it would leave PART and join the North American Auto Club for 2017.

Team boss Ryan Matthews made the announcement in a series of Tweets, in which he detailed a meeting with PART officials over their partnership with Hanmore. According to Matthews, one of the higher-ups told him to "get over" his objections to the alliance, adding that "it's been five years," in reference to the 2012 Hanmore World Championships in which five drivers, including Matthews' late wife Tiffany, lost their lives.

"That did it for me," he said in a phone interview. "The fact that one of PART's execs had the gall to tell me that was all I needed to hear. I couldn't get to Paul Martin's office fast enough."

The team will be rebranded as Matthews Atlantic Motorsports, to coincide with the parent organization that currently competes in Dash Cup. They have announced that Taylor Matthews and Moore will be retained for 2017, and that negotiations are ongoing with Andrea-Lynn Caldwell despite her losing Octan Energy sponsorship at the end of 2016. Sponsors Escargo Express and Saturn Springs are signed for the 06 car, but there is no guarantee Caldwell will return to that ride. Swedish rookie Kerri Sjoberg will return to Europe, presumably to pursue a Dash Cup ride, either with Matthews Atlantic or elsewhere.
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Post by NASCARLOVER427 on Wed Jul 20, 2016 8:06 pm

TurboSports numbers, engines, tires, and sponsors

Along with TurboSports and Nemoto reuniting and Cooper joining the team, and Benjamin Dangerfield will be sponsored by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games which just announced that they were adding auto racing to the sports, TurboSports will also have another reunitation as one of 2014 Sonoma winners Austin Sanders returning to racing after Microtransaction Motorsports was destroyed by their own hubris and ego, in the #007 Nintendo car and 2014 Waltham sweeper Ryan Walker will also get a chance in the TurboSports equipment in the #41 RKO Self Defense car. Along with that, Alex Constantine will run all one off events, Quincy, and COTA in the #24 car sponsored by VGCW.
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Post by The_Wall_91 on Wed Jul 20, 2016 9:06 pm

Tony Long to Enter NAAC Cisco Championship Series

Tony Long will expand his opportunities as he will enter NAAC Cisco Championship Series.

Tony will enter his Dash Cup team, Tony Long Autosport, as a single car team using Saar as the manufacturer. He will plan on using tires provided by Cooper.

His car number will be 919 with sponsorship provided by Mobil 1.

EDIT: Tony Long will enter 7 races including the following:
Auto Club
Colombia
Ohio Motor Speedway
Trois Rivieres
Mid-Ohio
Circuit of the Americas
Talladega


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Post by Mother of Invention on Thu Jul 21, 2016 1:14 am

David Hetzel announces jump to NAAC full time, also bashes PART

David Hetzel announced the his David Hetzel Racing Enterprises team w ill move from PART to NAAC. "We like the NAAC and what they stand for, I'm sure their officiating is already way better then that joke at PART. Unfortunately I will not be able to run Gesslers, but instead will run a pair of SAARs"

Its been stated the team will run two full time teams and a third part time car at Super Speedways and Roadcourses. The teamw ill retain the same driver line-up as the PART team was going to have with Seamus Rourke and Ross Curry leading the fulltime efforts and David Hetzel and Keegan Mallory splitting the third part time car. They will run Hoosier tires


Said Roster will be.
#46 Seamus Rourke Oakwood Homes
#64 Ross Curry Ice Break
#466 David Hetzel Denon Audio / Just-Q (Road Courses only)
#466 Keegan Mallory Old Style (Super Speedways only)
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Post by kensethfan on Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:02 pm

Gailey Enterprises announces entry into NAAC

In an attempt to capitalize on the split of PART and NAAC, car owner Roger Gailey has announced his decision to field cars in both divisions of NAAC under the Saar label. In the Zippo National Series, 21-year-old street stock racer Lonny Rawlins has been signed on to drive the #8 with sponsorship from Crest. In the Championship Series, 25-year-old speedway ace Troy Griffith will drive the #39 with sponsorship from DHL. Gailey confirmed that BF Goodrich would provide tires for the team. When asked if Rawlins would make a Championship Series start in 2017, Gailey was vague but said he did not discount the possibility that there could be a second part-time team added to the roster.
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I'm bored, so what the hell, let's do this. Gailey, Rawlins and Griffith are all American.
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Post by Rykia on Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:01 pm

Ike Durbin, Inc. Planning NAAC Entries

With the formation of the new North American Auto Club and partnership with Omecha, many teams from both PART and other national racing leagues have announced their intent to expand or defect to the NAAC. One of those teams, apparently, will be Ike Durbin, Inc., a team that primarily has competed in FARC and the NRC.

In a small press conference held in the team's shop, competition director Joel Lepland was asked about their decision, stating, "With the partnership between Omecha and the NAAC, and their intent to use re-purposed and updated Omecha M-14 bodies in the Championship Series along with older style TM Master Cup bodies in the National Seires, we felt it would be a great opportunity for the team to expand into the NAAC for 2017. Ike Durbin, Inc. plans to field at least one car for the entire season in each division, and we feel that this will help the team continue to grow. Our goal is to update both our old M-14 chassis and our old Master Cup bodies to NAAC specs and compete with those."

In 2012 and 2013, the National Racing Championship used pre-2012 TM Master Cup Series bodies before signing a deal with Omecha to run their M-14 spec chassis, which ran through the conclusion of the 2016 season. Having these cars around the shop may explain the team's motivation to expand into the NAAC.

It was later announced that the team plans to run one full-time car, numbered 86, in the Championship Series, while also fielding one full-time car in the National Series, numbered 93. Drivers and sponsors have not yet been announced.
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(OOC: I'm not sure what I'm going to do with drivers yet. If anyone is interested, feel free to PM me. I plan on having a rotation of drivers in the National Series car, though.)
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Post by bsoyuz on Fri Jul 22, 2016 6:38 pm

Assigned all team/driver classes and All painting resources
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Post by RaceCamera on Sun Jul 24, 2016 11:46 pm

Yokoyama still looking for driver of 12 car

Mason Yokoyama managed to secure sponsorship from his longtime sponsor Bush's Chicken from his car and MHL sponsorship for the 12 car but is still trying to find a driver for car number 12. Yokoyama also was planning on running both Texas races and is not running the international road courses and Watkins Glen. He is also trying to find drivers to share his 76 car.

(OOC: PM me if anyone wants a ride. As for the 76, tell me what races you want to run.)
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Post by PRAWBLEMS on Mon Jul 25, 2016 10:59 am

Formula B team rumored for interest in NAAC: Both series?
JAF Motorsport, an American start-up that fields cars at the Formula B and C level, has recently announced their plans to apply for two teams in the North American Auto Club's Zippo National Series, and rumors abound that they plan a move to the Championship Series in 2018. Team owner John Fischer, a former open-wheel driver himself, made the announcement Monday in front of fans and media at the team's home base in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Expected to be in the cars will be Matt Mazzatelli, an Italian-American 22 year old from Carlisle, Massachusetts, and 29 year old Reynaldo Dominguez, the team's lead driver, originally of Mar De Plata, Argentina. Dominguez seems likely to run with the ever-popular Cerveza Quilmes, and it is certain that Mazzatelli will bring Boston-based DraftKings.com onboard. Mazzatelli will pilot the #79, and Dominguez will run the #97. The team subsequently released a statement announcing their partnership with Bolden Motors (a product of Inglesby) and excitement for the upcoming season.
(OOC: Gambling sponsors are o.k, right? DraftKings is sorta gambling but sorta not, so just want to make certain.)
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Post by RyanB06 on Mon Jul 25, 2016 3:36 pm

That's bsoyuz's call, but there's no prohibition in the canon on gambling/gaming sponsors.
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Post by bsoyuz on Mon Jul 25, 2016 4:51 pm

And my rule is literally is, if there's no canon prohibition, no problem.
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Post by day500champ1 on Mon Jul 25, 2016 6:42 pm

Rykia_RKXK wrote:Ike Durbin, Inc. Planning NAAC Entries

With the formation of the new North American Auto Club and partnership with Omecha, many teams from both PART and other national racing leagues have announced their intent to expand or defect to the NAAC.  One of those teams, apparently, will be Ike Durbin, Inc., a team that primarily has competed in FARC and the NRC.

In a small press conference held in the team's shop, competition director Joel Lepland was asked about their decision, stating, "With the partnership between Omecha and the NAAC, and their intent to use re-purposed and updated Omecha M-14 bodies in the Championship Series along with older style TM Master Cup bodies in the National Seires, we felt it would be a great opportunity for the team to expand into the NAAC for 2017.  Ike Durbin, Inc. plans to field at least one car for the entire season in each division, and we feel that this will help the team continue to grow.  Our goal is to update both our old M-14 chassis and our old Master Cup bodies to NAAC specs and compete with those."

In 2012 and 2013, the National Racing Championship used pre-2012 TM Master Cup Series bodies before signing a deal with Omecha to run their M-14 spec chassis, which ran through the conclusion of the 2016 season.  Having these cars around the shop may explain the team's motivation to expand into the NAAC.  

It was later announced that the team plans to run one full-time car, numbered 86, in the Championship Series, while also fielding one full-time car in the National Series, numbered 93.  Drivers and sponsors have not yet been announced.
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(OOC:  I'm not sure what I'm going to do with drivers yet.  If anyone is interested, feel free to PM me.  I plan on having a rotation of drivers in the National Series car, though.)

(OOC: Got the ok from Ike, so I guess I'll let the cat out of the bag, lol.)

Familiar Face returns to IDI for NAAC Championship Series entry

IDI has found a driver for their #86 Champion Series NAAC ride.  And it's a familiar face.  In fact, IDI's maiden FARC Elite Series win came with this driver, Ryan Griffin.  

Griffin, who has run in the TM Lights and run for the IT in the TMMCS, ran the FARC Elite Series for IDI from 2013-2015 scoring the team's maiden series win at the Karl's Superstore event at Riverside in 2014.

However, Griffin does have a controversial history.  He had his TM Lights license revoked after causing an accident at the New York Autoring in 2012, and his Dash Cup license revoked for causing an accident in that series at the same track in 2013 (though Dash Cup did end up resending that suspension about a year ago).

But nevertheless, Griffin and IDI will partner up again for a run in NAAC in 2017.  Which Griffin will show up here?  Only time will tell.
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Post by alovose on Tue Jul 26, 2016 12:11 am

Great Plains Motorsport to enter NAAC

After moderate success in small midwestern racing leagues, Great Plains Motorsport is ready for its next step. "At first, a virtually unknown team such as ours might not look ready to compete at a national level, but I trust our boys to give the public some real surprises", said team owner William Gray in a press conference at the team headquarters. The Topeka- based team plans to run one driver on the Championship Series and two at the National Series; 27-year old Brazilian Jorge Brabo will run number #28 at the former, while local talents Dennis Akers and Bryan Waldrop will participate at the secondary series, running numbers #74 and #10 respectively.

Great Plains Motorsport will use Saar engines and BFGoodrich tires, but has not announced any sponsors. "At the moment, we're in negotiations with several potential sponsors to our team in this series, so we can't make any announcements", said Gray.

(OOC: I'd like to at least try to draw some fictional sponsors for the cars, but I'll edit this post or make a new post when i finish/give up on trying and use an existing one Pacman )

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Post by Dexter249 on Wed Jul 27, 2016 3:31 pm

Alex DeFranco to join NAAC For 2017 after Great AST Voltson Super Trucks run with Genesis Engineering
Alex DeFranco driver of the #95 Air Herler Lycoia in The AST Voltson Super Trucks has joined the Genesis Engineering Firm (The Midwest Motors and Genesis Racing owner company) Alongside Bill Jones the newest rising star in BAAR. Both Drivers will be competing on their respective Midwest tours for 2017 as well. The team will be fielding a full time effort in the championship series. Genesis Racing driver Bill Jones has seen shimmers of hope in BAAR for 2016 he will be driving the #94 car for the upcoming season although the teams tires are unknown for the time Being.
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Post by Rovenami on Thu Jul 28, 2016 11:30 pm

Reach Motors recruiting for second car
Team owner Lorne Stevenson is looking for a driver and possible sponsorship for the team.

(OOC: PM me if you are interested.)
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2017: A Rebuilding Year

Post by JINXaPHRENIC on Fri Jul 29, 2016 12:38 pm

"After the split with PART, A.J.A. Racing and JINX Racing Development decided to switch over to the newly formed NAAC. Nothing really against PART. PART is making necessary changes for the series that the officiating body feels is necessary for improvement. They need to do what they feel is necessary for the series. Unfortunately, we do not agree with the changes and choose to 'defect' over to the NAAC. I will still be watching PART races and may even drive in a couple of races for teams should they ask me. I do feel however that at this point in time, NAAC better fits the AJA and JRD structure. I do have friends who wanted to try or stay in PART so I've extended my sponsorship and assistance to them. Hopefully they have a great 2017 season. On our end, we have a big year ahead of us and hope to perform to standard. We are still looking for 2 drivers for the #75 and #85 for the Cisco Championship Series. Oh yeah, and I want to give a shout out to Ryan Griffin over at IDI. I still remember our showdown in 2014. Hopefully you can pop down to the National Series at some point and race me again." -Jinx Rodriguez

NAAC: JINX Racing Development
Zippo National Series
Driver Seat 1: Jinx Rodriguez
Number: 86
Manufacturer: Lenard
Sponsor: TBA and JINX Motor Works
Notes: 2016 PART Racing Series Race winner at Watkins Glen, Former FARC driver, Former TM Lites driver, TMMC driver

Zippo National Series
Driver Seat 2: Tina Ashby
Number: 85
Manufacturer: Lenard
Sponsor: TBA and JINX Motor Works
Notes: 2016 Threat for the PART Cipriani Challenge Championship with multiple wins(and ROY?), Trey's Sister

Zippo National Series
Driver Seat 3: Adam Ramirez
Number: 84
Manufacturer: Lenard
Sponsor: TBA and JINX Motor Works
Notes: Former PART Truck Series Driver and AST Series driver running double duty. Jinx's Nephew.


Joel "JINX" Rodriguez joins the full time lineup from the TML and TMMC to work on driving and having some fun.
Tiny Ashby returns after a stellar 2016 season in PART.
Adam Ramirez joins the full time lineup and will run double duty with his AST obligations for the team
All three are hoping to continue the momentum from 2016 and be Championship threats.

NAAC: A.J.A. Racing
Cisco Championship Series
Driver Seat 1: Trey Ashby
Number: 45
Manufacturer: Lenard
Sponsor: TBA
Tires: TBA
Notes: Winner of a 2016 PART Racing Series Race, Former FARC driver, Former DASH Cup driver, Co-Owner of A.J.A. Racing, Tina's brother

Cisco Championship Series
Driver Seat 2: Steven Arroyo
Number: 65
Manufacturer: Lenard
Sponsor: TBA
Tires: TBA
Notes: Former PART Racing Series driver-Massively bad luck. Jinx's adopted brother.

Cisco Championship Series
Driver Seat 3: TBA
Number: 75
Manufacturer: Lenard
Sponsor:
Tires: TBA
Notes:

Cisco Championship Series
Driver Seat 4:
Number: 85
Manufacturer: Lenard
Sponsor:
Tires: TBA
Notes:

Trey Ashby joins the full time roster in the main series to hopefully expand on the 2016 Atlanta win.
Steven Arroyo stays on the full time lineup in hopes to improve his rough run in PART.
Both drivers are looking to have championship seasons.
Tires are being tested and will be decided on soon.


Sponsorship will be decided shortly as AJA and JRD want to "Add some Color" to the cars.

(OOC: if you are interested in joining the team, you have until August 21st to message myself or Trey. Realistically I'd like everyone interested in the rides to message both of us as one seat is for him to sign and one is for me to sign. One of us might pick you.)


Last edited by JINXaPHRENIC on Fri Jul 29, 2016 12:41 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Adding seat ranks and driver notes.)
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Post by V8fan12 on Wed Aug 03, 2016 1:52 am

RaceCamera wrote:Yokoyama still looking for driver of 12 car

Mason Yokoyama managed to secure sponsorship from his longtime sponsor Bush's Chicken from his car and MHL sponsorship for the 12 car but is still trying to find a driver for car number 12. Yokoyama also was planning on running both Texas races and is not running the international road courses and Watkins Glen. He is also trying to find drivers to share his 76 car.

(OOC: PM me if anyone wants a ride. As for the 76, tell me what races you want to run.)

Jesse Simon will throw his hat into the ring for the #12 seat

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Post by bsoyuz on Mon Aug 22, 2016 5:25 pm

cars are due in 9 days.
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Post by bsoyuz on Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:55 pm

Since there's a large amount of cars that I haven't received either ratings or flats, I decided to extend the due date by a couple of weeks. So the due date is September 10th. If I still don't get stuff by then, I'll start the season and whatever happens, happens.
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Post by day500champ1 on Sun Aug 28, 2016 3:49 pm

bsoyuz wrote:Since there's a large amount of cars that I haven't received either ratings or flats, I decided to extend the due date by a couple of weeks. So the due date is September 10th. If I still don't get stuff by then, I'll start the season and whatever happens, happens.

Kind of hard to send driver ratings when said driver isn't listed in drivers rating split, yet listed in accepted entries, lol.
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Post by bsoyuz on Sun Aug 28, 2016 4:57 pm

day500champ1 wrote:
bsoyuz wrote:Since there's a large amount of cars that I haven't received either ratings or flats, I decided to extend the due date by a couple of weeks. So the due date is September 10th. If I still don't get stuff by then, I'll start the season and whatever happens, happens.

Kind of hard to send driver ratings when said driver isn't listed in drivers rating split, yet listed in accepted entries, lol.

Has a FARC win, therefore he's Class B. There is actually little to no need to disclose driver classes, as you only need to add 3, 6, 9, 12 to the ratings categories.
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Post by bsoyuz on Mon Sep 05, 2016 7:08 pm

5 days until final due date!

I need the following cars/ratings

Championship Series

45 - Trey Ashby (ratings)
46 - Seamus Rourke (ratings)
64 - Ross Curry (ratings)
65 - Steven Arroyo (ratings)
466 - Davd Hetzel/Keegan Mallory (ratings)

National Series

84 - Adam Ramirez (ratings)
85 - Tina Ashby (ratings)
86 - Joel Rodriguez (ratings)

If I get at least half of what I need (If I only get ratings -- I'll do a provisional scheme, not really a work of art; If I only get the flats -- I'll keep the class base ratings, no additions or subtractions.)
If I do not get either ratings or flats, I will keep the teams on the series, but bear in mind you will miss the first couple of races, maybe more until you send me the stuff I need.
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Final Two Signings for A.J.A. Racing for 2017

Post by JINXaPHRENIC on Sat Sep 10, 2016 3:20 pm

"I would like to announce that we've finally settled on which tire brand we will run in 2017. I'm also happy to announce that we've finally settled who will be piloting our final two entries. The #75 and #85 will be driven by drivers who have been on the racing stage before but have run into a couple issues over the years. I would like to officially welcome Bianca Dawson and Lucas Calhoun to the A.J.A. Racing family. I feel as though they will help round out our team and help the organization in 2017." -Jinx Rodriguez

Roster for 2017:

#45- Trey Ashby
#65- Steven Arroyo
#75- Bianca Dawson-(29 years old, 3 career wins in PART/NAAC/APRS, short track specialist)
#85- Lucas Calhoun-(32 years old, 2 wins in PART/NAAC/APRS)

JRD Roster For 2017:
#86- Jinx Rodriguez
#85- Tina Ashby
#84- Adam Ramirez
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Post by Dexter249 on Sat Sep 10, 2016 3:41 pm

Genesis Racing to enter NAAC Zippo National Series
Genesis Racing has been driving in the BAAR Super pro series in 2016 but after coming close to a possible championship victory the team will field a National effort with Bill Jones and Alex DeFranco behind the wheel of both the #94 and #95 cars the signings go as followed.
Genesis Racing
#94 Bill Jones
#95 Alex DeFranco
Stepping up to join Bill Jones and Daniel Evans in BAAR is the relatively unknown Canadian Ryan Pritchard who attempted the 2015 Tryhard 500. Bill Jones will be competing On the center stage as the team's main driver and will be competing alongside Ryan Pritchard in BAAR on conflicting dates for both schedules, Both drivers will still be competing in their respective Midwest short track series but will be competing for the championship, Bill Jones may be taken out of his seat if a win in BAAR occurs in the final 2 rounds and Daniel Evans will get the #94 seat.
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Post by bsoyuz on Wed Sep 28, 2016 6:06 pm

Race 1 - California

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Post by BlazingEmpireHD on Wed Sep 28, 2016 11:27 pm

Is it too late to sign drivers up?
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Post by kensethfan on Sat Oct 01, 2016 12:53 am

Troy Griffith Race Summary:

Spoiler:
(TG#39): lol whoops
(TG#39): Damaged and off pace.
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Post by bsoyuz on Fri Oct 14, 2016 7:18 pm

Race 2 - Willow Springs

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Post by bsoyuz on Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:11 pm

So, since it's October and I'm already in canon year 2017, what honestly confuses me, I will put the series on a "hiatus", basically I will not do any more videos for either NAAC or PART until the actual 2017 year starts, mostly because I want to get back on stuff I've never started or stopped halfway through, like the Gibson's Dirt Series which I've ran races for but never actually started to makle any videos and the IPRC non-canon clusterfuck that I want to finish. So yeah, NAAC and PART will enter a quick hiatus to make sure I don't get too much ahead of everyone canon-wise.
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Post by RedViperGaming on Thu Nov 10, 2016 9:26 pm

Is The Nationals Series going to Begin After the Championship?
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Re: 2017 North American Auto Club

Post by RyanB06 on Sun Dec 11, 2016 3:20 pm

Spoiler:

Matthews Atlantic brass: Pellerin should not be credited with Albuquerque win
After the smoke cleared and dust settled from a controversial Albuquerque 150, Matthews Atlantic Motorsports' director of North American Competition David Fitzgerald made his opinion clear on Rebecca Pellerin's victory.

"She doesn't deserve it," Fitzgerald said. "Pure and simple. How a driver on probation does all that Pellerin did and escape with only a 40-point penalty is bizarre. We understand that Desert Star Motorsports is lodging a protest of the result. We, too will be protesting the result."

It should be noted that MAM driver Andrea-Lynn Caldwell finished second in the event, a fact not lost on Fitzgerald.

"Of course Andrea-Lynn stands to benefit from a successful protest," he said. "We'd be foolish to say otherwise. But it's not about getting Andrea-Lynn elevated; this is about sending a message that Pellerin's antics on-track can't be tolerated."




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Post by bsoyuz on Sun Dec 11, 2016 4:17 pm

Spoiler:
North American Auto Club's official statement following Albuquerque

"Following the conclusion of the Albuquerque 150 at At The Speedbowl, NAAC officials brought Rebecca Pellerin into the stewards office where the 40 point penalty was delivered, this is her second strike under the three incident rule, in which the first strike is a temporary probation for 3 or more events, if a driver causes a incident under probation, this will be his second strike, followed by a 20 point penalty, if more than a incident occurs during the course of the race, the incidents merge into a single strike, but the points penalty gets increased accordingly, therefore, Rebecca Pellerin has gotten her second strike.

If the driver of the #27 Ernest Lewis Racing Saar causes a major incident in the next 6 races, she'll be suspended for 5 to 8 events."
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Post by Lucstar88 on Mon Dec 12, 2016 4:05 pm

Oh boy.:
Pellerin takes controversial win at Albuquerque.

In what was a wacky race at the track, the garage was livid with some of Pellerin's actions.

On lap 79, Pellerin had contact with the 32 car, and sent him spinning in front of the field.
On the radio, Pellerin was livid, saying "That 32 has been ignoring blue flags, and the officials won't do shit." She seemed unapologetic, as asked after the race, she said "I feel bad for the others, but how many damn times, has someone been wrecked like that, involving us. 32 wouldn't follow the rules, so i had to move him, it could've way better, and for that I apologize.

On the second incident with the 84, wrecking the car across the line into the path of the 06, she had this to say. "100% on me, I was impatient with the lack of blue flags, and my temper got the best of me. Ernest told me if the 84/02 want to send their repair bill, he'd gladly pay that, and i'll chime in two, cause i wrecked two good race cars."

Asked about the second strike. She said "California should've not been one, held my line, broken car came down and destroyed us, and the only reason I can see that is because they brought some of the idiots in the tower from PART. So if I do get a 3rd, I'll be fighting that one for a while. It's like that whole Watkins Glen thing all over again."

"Running PART for the last 3 years made me think, that I'm the bad girl, people who just didn't want me to win. Is it because I win too much, or I drive aggressive, i don't know. But I'm in my prime, and I'm here to race and win.

Ernest Lewis did not speak to the media, but only left this soundbite for the media. "Don't involve me in any of this s***"
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Post by bsoyuz on Sat Jan 14, 2017 7:51 pm



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Post by bsoyuz on Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:57 pm



Spoiler:
disregard the audio quality, i was just testing a mic
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2017 NAAC

Post by JINXaPHRENIC on Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:15 am

A.J.A. Racing 2017

Steven Arroyo- "I cannot believe the tease of a year we're having yet again. Bianca is crushing it and already has 2 wins. All of us are running pretty well in the points. I'm hoping that I'll catch a break soon. We're only 6 races into the season and hope to improve to be a serious championship threat."

Lucas Calhoun- (TBA)

Bianca Dawson- (TBA)

Trey Ashby- (TBA)

JINX Racing Development 2017

Tina Ashby- (TBA)

Adam Ramirez- "2017 is off to an amazing start a top 3 sweep in the season opener and good finishes in 2 of the other 3 races has me in a good top 10 points position early this year with hope to improve. I cannot believe my uncle Jinx had such a monster of a start to 2017. This team is great and we don't intend to slow down anytime soon."

Jinx Rodriguez- "I know this team looked to be strong this season and I looked to be a championship threat, but I never expected that the season would start off 3 for 3 and with two of us leading the points. 2017 is looking to be a banner year for JRD."

Steven Arroyo- "Holy crap. Our JRD program is unbelievably strong and it clearly shows in this division. First 3 races and 3 straight wins for my brother and owner Jinx Rodriguez. I can't wait to see what happens throughout this season."
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Post by RaceCamera on Fri Feb 03, 2017 12:16 pm

Yokoyama announces 76 car to attempt in Danville

Mason Yokoyama, the owner of Jesse Simon's 12 car announced that the second Mason Yokoyama Racing car number 76 will attempt the Virginia 150k in Danville. Because of his AneriCar commitments, Yokoyama was unsure if he'll drive it, he said that he'll find a driver for the 76 if he can't drive in Danville.
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Post by bsoyuz on Thu Feb 23, 2017 6:51 pm



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VERY FUCKING IMPORTANT, READ IT:
Since I'm a lazy asshole, later today I'll post the results of the last two PART races, including the champion. Either way, i need that the PART team owners give me a heads up on if their teams are joining NAAC immediately or not, as teams will be allowed to join NAAC when for the 2018 season anyway (you do not need to resend your ratings, I still have them, and given it's the same system for both series, it will not make a difference; however REMEMBER THAT THIS SERIES HAS A TIRE WAR, INFORM ME IF YOU ARE USING BRIDGESTONE, COOPER, HOOSIER OR BF GOODRICH TIRES.
NAAC ALSO LIMITS ITS MANUFACTURERS TO SAAR, CALTON-MOREL, INGLESBY, LENARD AND NEMOTO)

Also, due to the obvious amount of number conflicts, I'll fix them as teams get confirmed (I'll also put an asterisk right next to any PART entry in the list below that has a number conflict in NAAC. Since triple-digit numbers are legal in NAAC, you can use it at will, but for the love of everything that is sacred to you DO NOT START THEM WITH 0, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD. I USE THOSE TO SETTLE LETTERS, SO PLEASE, HAVE SOME DISCRETION AND READ THIS. I WILL NOT SAY THIS AGAIN

CONFIRM YOUR POSSIBLE CHANGES UNTIL I POST RACE #12 (WATKINS GLEN), I THINK THREE-FOUR WEEKS IS MORE THAN ENOUGH TO SET THIS UP

List of PART teams at the conclusion of the 2017 season

Blue = Going to NAAC Championship Series Immediately
Orange = Going to NAAC Zippo National Series Immediately
Green = Joining NAAC in 2018
Black = Destination Unknown
Red = Folding

Pete Williams Motorsports (#0, #73)
Lanigan Auto Group(#1, #92, #94) - The #92 and #94 will transfer to the Championship Series, however the #1 will go to the Zippo National Series, and will not have Grant Carsons on the wheel. Manufacturer and Tire provider have yet to be defined
HQS Racing (#2*, #02, #20, #22*) - Since the #2 and #22 are under conflict it was decided by Ben himself that the numbers will get changed to #122 and #222. The team will make use of Saar engines with Bridgestone tires
Phoenix Autosport (#3*, #19, #21, #32*, #36)
Kane Enterprises (#4*, #5*, #6*) - All cars are under conflict, if there is no opposition they'll be changed to #34, #35, #36, manufacturer is assumed to be Lenard, no tire provider has been defined
Kouyama Enterprises (#7*)
Yán Motorpsorts (#01*, #71*, #81, #91) - Since the #01 and the #71 are under conflict, if there is no opposition they'll be changed to #31 and #51. Manufacturer is assumed to be Inglesby, no tire provider has been defined.
SHIELD Motorsports (#04, #79) - Will transfer over to the NAAC immediately. Manufacturer and Tire Provider to be defined.
The Racing Team (#05, #50)
Marcus Stanton Racing (#13, #26)
Madrid Motorsports (#15, #45*)
Pure Imagination Racing (#16*, #24*)
Lucstar Motorsports  (#25)
Racing for a Good Cause (#29) - Going from the #29 to the #427 (Lenard/Cooper)
CJK Racing (#33, #58)
Rocky Mountain Racers (#40, #72) - There is no number conflict, however Manufacturer is assumed to be Lenard and tire provider has to be defined
Sizzler Racing (#42)
Explosion Motorsports (#44)
Team Nuka Cola (#47, #51, #62*)
Dan Francis Motorsports (#56)
Lesley Stage Motorsports with Jack Ashcroft (#60, #66)
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Re: 2017 North American Auto Club

Post by bsoyuz on Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:35 pm

NAAC President Paul Martin's Press Conference Transcript

Paul Martin walks in, together with Cisco executive of marketing Richard Conway, both sit down and test the microphone

Paul Martin (PM) "Okay, can we be heard around this room? Yes, okay, thanks for cooperation....so we'll cut cut down the small talk and go forth with what we called you down to it, and to help me with it, Richard Conway, director of marketing for Cisco"

Richard Conway (RC) "Exactly, thank you Paul, so, Cisco and NAAC have started a healthy partnership ths year, and we are here to announce the extention of the contract for a additional year, aside from that, there's not much we, here at Cisco will talk about, so I'll hand it back to Paul, for somethign that us both and possibly everyone in this room will deemmore important than to announce a extentionthat was already pretty much dead set...Paul..."

PM "Alright, so, we had a meeting before qualifying with both Teams and Drivers, to sort out what we can do as PART teams join the North American Auto Club. We explored diverse possibilities, but the one that everyone here was able to agree upon, will be the following........we will reinstate the duel race system, used in PART prior to the split. We are doing this to help the smaller teams to compete, while allowing a bigger amount of competitive top tier teams to participate as well. Any questions that you'd like to have sorted?"

Isaac Milburn (RaceCast.Com) "How will this affect the championship, given that this decision was taken halfway through the year?"

PM "We consulted the teams and drivers and they were willing to bring this format back, as they also believe from what we have been talking during that meeting, that since not only most championship contenders and higher tier teams can benefit from this, smaller teams can try to join the championship fight as well. We don't know how teams that haven't qualified as much will do, as an example, David Hetzel's team, they haven't qualified for most of the events, but whenever they had, they have been extremely quick, getting their two cars respectably inside of the top 20. I can also point out the Albuquerque race early in the season, when multiple heavy-hitters failed to qualify for the event. We are trying to bring a better show to the fans and put the animosities to rest. This system, where no one gets left to dry after qualifying can and we are it will produce the best possible outcome for the championship, which is a multicar fight for the title at Talladega."

Eric Burns (North Sports Network) "Hello Paul, Eirc Burns right here from North Sports Headquarters and I have a simple question for you that can be a headscratcher..."

PM "Sure Eric, what will be such question?"

Eric Burns "I think the announcement of the new system is a shock to many people, but I think as we go, we'll get used to it, given it was a system PART and NAAC fans followed and enjoyed since 2012, when it was first introduced with the same field Battle and Reverse Races, but I digress, since the question is, with no one failing to qualify for races, what will be the purse system, and how will teams get rewarded for their finishing positions.

PM "This is also the reason Conway is here, as Cisco was part of this agreement, and they are willing to increase the amount of money invested in NAAC as they have faith in what we can do after this split that just hurt both us and PART, but this is a time to fix the mistakes done in the past and hopefully look forward to what we can do starting at New Hampshire. Is there any other questions by any other parties........no, okay, that was surprisingly short (Martin laughs) but yeah, I hope I have cleared the reasonsing of this conference and what we will go through in the future. Thank you and may all of you have a pleasant day"

Martin and Conway get up walk off the conference room
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