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Post by Ceej on Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:09 am

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Re: (LDS/SS) Race 4: Prismriver 100

Post by Groribe on Wed Aug 02, 2017 11:47 am

Ruiz walks away with redemption:
Timothy Ruiz scores his 3rd top 10 of his career,
finishing 8th in this chaotic race. Last time we saw him, his crew failed him and he finished in the back. He gave them another chance to redeem themselves, and they certainly did. "This top 10 is more sweet" Ruiz said "Considering this is the third start we made and the first two wasn't that great." Ruiz had scored not only his 3rd top 10, but had gotten 3 straight top 5 starts (including a pole), showing that Ruiz is quick in qualifying. If he can translate that into finishes, then Ruiz might be a future contender for the championship. His brother, Xavier, will attempt to make next week race to back up his claim as the better driver. Considering in the first race he failed to qualify, not a lot is expected from him. Ryan Ruiz and Linda Paul did not comment this week but did say "Xavier is a terrible driver." We tried to get more out of it, but they refuse to comment. We'll see next week.
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Re: (LDS/SS) Race 4: Prismriver 100

Post by TPGRacing75 on Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:27 pm

Rick Forest Racing slow but steady:

A mid pack starting spot is usually not a good omen, especially if it's the points leader. But despite getting involved in a few tussle ups, Rick forest comes home with another solid top 10 finish, showcasing the team and drivers consistency, something magnified in a wreck fest derby like this week. Even more important for the team is that they finished ahead of their championship rivals, who fell foul to some unfortunate luck.

"We may not be the flashiest, or the fastest, or the wildest, or the brashest, but in a series like this, consistency matters, and that is what this team was built upon in 1978. My grandpa said that if you can't outrace the big boys, you got to outlast them. I'm grateful that we did not end up like many other cars out on the track, and we hop to keep this streak going into next week," Said your points leader after the race.

This is the teams 4th straight top 10 finish, and with points rival Zack Webster having a rough day, Rick maintains his ground going forward.
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Re: (LDS/SS) Race 4: Prismriver 100

Post by UndyingLight on Sat Aug 05, 2017 5:13 pm

LLSS - Decent showing for MSM:
Maret claims second as Herrington fails to finish
After a great qualifying for both Herrington and Maret, both qualifying in very strong cars,
lap one proved to be a killer for the two top cars as in lap one of turn one, both Brillon team-mates were collected in a crash. This bolted Maret and Herrington both into the top 3(?).

Shortly after the restart, Maret took the lead as Herrington was close second behind him. Their cars would prove to be two of the three very very fast cars within the race -
the other being the #2 car of Pearson.

The entirety of the race saw these three men swap 1st-3rd over again until a late race caution collected Maret and Herrington would succumb to shifter problems and fall out of the race. Maret would finish second after a one-lap shoot-out with the nose of his car dented and kicked up.

"D*mn. My car was great all day. I made a mishift coming out of the pits and it ruined my transmission. D*mn. So close. Proud of my team mate, however.

The Master Sport boys claimed to officials that they would show them next time. We'll have to see them there!
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Re: (LDS/SS) Race 4: Prismriver 100

Post by bsoyuz on Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:21 pm

super series:
Trueman Ellison: "I inspire myself, I like racing better than anything else, but, you know, building is good. I'm going to race more races and travel."

lowe dollar series:
Kenny George: "It's really unfortunate people kept running into our stuff all day, uh, not gonna, erm, name any names, but being able to finish drving that was a feat in itself. We hope we can, uh, finish more races, score more points and, erm, try to end our year with a win if possible. But so far, I'm liking the car, and we are on the, um....right track right now, just not in the position we'd prefer to be on. But that's racing, sometimes you win and most of them you lose."
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Re: (LDS/SS) Race 4: Prismriver 100

Post by UndyingLight on Sun Aug 06, 2017 4:11 pm

Big news shakes the MSR paddock
After much controversy of the driving of the #53's Cedrik Waalwer, a 21 year old rookie in the FARC series, Waalwer's hopes of stardom have been dashed. His contract with Master Sport Motorsports - Racing has ended abruptly after Waalwer showed little skill, and lacked the patience or wisdom to not be angry all day long.

Oliver Lapertinum, the owner for the #53 car stated in a press release "-We've got the unfortunate task of terminating Cedrik Waalwer's contract with our team after he failed to finish races, wrecked left and right, and generally was rude to all in our paddock. - We at race quarters were ridiculed for terrible driving and had many complaints sent our way about the driving of Waalwer. We as a whole decided to warn Waalwer about his possibility of losing his contract. We gave him one chance to make it up to us at Nashville. That being said to him caused an improper reaction of him punching one of our head staff officials. After which, police were called and Waalwer received a 3,450 pound penalty from police officials. This led to his termination."

"It's unfortunate even further as the #53 car has also been terminated from it's 16-race schedule. However, to brighten our topic, Alexa Lake has been elected by race officials to take replace for Waalwer in her #26 car and run the rest of his races. With the approach, she accepted after a bit of thought. Officials elected her after her stunning performance after only one of four potential starts at Texas World, to come home sixth.
What is being done to the #53 car is basically a schedule swap. Also elected, was Wes Maret, the 54 year old who strutted out victoriously in a maiden second place in the Larry Lemon Super Series. He will take place in the #53 car for three more races, yet to be decided. He will also be in the #26 two other times to relieve Lake of the stress of racing, and helping a family out."

"Alexa Lake's implementation as full-time will take place hopefully next race weekend, if not, for Nightvale - Her sponsor, Binco, will remain on car for the next four race weekends she partakes in; as her contract with said sponsor ends then.
At this time, we're uncertain whether Binco, or another sponsor will be aligned for the #26 car in a few short weeks, but that is to be held for further notice.

It's a shame to us that Waalwer had to be terminated, but we're more than glad to have Lake, a proven great driver at the wheel, alongside her, Wes Maret. More information will arrive shortly about further news, stay tuned!" Lapertinum ended.
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