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Post by NascarAwesomeSquid24 on Tue Feb 19, 2019 10:16 pm

NascarAwesomeSquid24 wrote:Car Number: 95
Sponsor(s): Rust-eze Medicated Bumper Ointment
Team Name: Dank Memes Racing
Team Headquarters: Indianapolis, IN.
Team Owner: Nathan Ormond
Owner’s Age: 19
Owner’s Hometown: Indianapolis IN.
Engine Supplier: Lenard
Driver Name: Nathan Ormond
Driver’s Boost: Consistency
Driver’s Age: 19
Driver’s Hometown: Indianapolis, IN.
Driver Info: Former 5 time go-kart champion and a 3 time modified series champion, Nathan Ormond is determined and ready for the 2019 RROL NOMAD.
Hey Woody, do you like my team name? It is amazing or what?
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Post by Mother of Invention on Tue Feb 19, 2019 10:16 pm

I'd like to see part time (Maybe 5 races max) cars.
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Post by Woody on Wed Feb 20, 2019 6:30 am

NascarAwesomeSquid24 wrote:Hey Woody, do you like my team name? It is amazing or what?

It is definitely unique... lol

Mother of Invention wrote:I'd like to see part time (Maybe 5 races max) cars.

That’s pretty much what I’m thinking, 2-4 races for the part-timers. Their involvement would be encouraged in the New England area races - especially the two events at New Hampshire.
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Post by zfitzwater599 on Sun Feb 24, 2019 10:11 pm

Car Number: 59
Sponsor: Shell V-Power
Team Name: Fitzwater Australia Racing
Team Headquarters: Sydney, Australia
Owners Age: 27
Owners Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Engine Supplier: Lenard
Drivers name: Zachary Fitzwater
Drivers boost: Qualifying
Drivers Age: 27
Drivers Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Drivers Bio: Multi Champ in V8 Supercars known as a Road Course Ace will participate in the 2019 RROL Season
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Post by Woody on Sun Feb 24, 2019 11:12 pm

zfitzwater599 wrote:Car Number: 59
Sponsor: Shell V-Power
Team Name: Fitzwater Australia Racing
Team Headquarters: Sydney, Australia
Owners Age: 27
Owners Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Engine Supplier: Lenard
Drivers name: Zachary Fitzwater
Drivers boost: Qualifying
Drivers Age: 27
Drivers Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Drivers Bio: Multi Champ in V8 Supercars known as a Road Course Ace will participate in the 2019 RROL Season

Considering this series is meant to be more small-time and all the races are on the East Coast of the US, I would prefer that the team was based in at least the continental United States. I hope you aren't upset with me asking for that. I asked the same of UndyingLight for his first entry....

With that said, I don't have a problem with you using this exact entry (as is, based in Australia) as a part-timer/one-off.... the same goes for UndyingLight's entry based in Japan.
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Post by zfitzwater599 on Wed Feb 27, 2019 3:07 pm

Woody wrote:
zfitzwater599 wrote:Car Number: 59
Sponsor: Shell V-Power
Team Name: Fitzwater Australia Racing
Team Headquarters: Sydney, Australia
Owners Age: 27
Owners Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Engine Supplier: Lenard
Drivers name: Zachary Fitzwater
Drivers boost: Qualifying
Drivers Age: 27
Drivers Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Drivers Bio: Multi Champ in V8 Supercars known as a Road Course Ace will participate in the 2019 RROL Season

Considering this series is meant to be more small-time and all the races are on the East Coast of the US, I would prefer that the team was based in at least the continental United States. I hope you aren't upset with me asking for that. I asked the same of UndyingLight for his first entry....

With that said, I don't have a problem with you using this exact entry (as is, based in Australia) as a part-timer/one-off.... the same goes for UndyingLight's entry based in Japan.
cool
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Post by zfitzwater599 on Wed Feb 27, 2019 3:07 pm

Woody wrote:
zfitzwater599 wrote:Car Number: 59
Sponsor: Shell V-Power
Team Name: Fitzwater Australia Racing
Team Headquarters: Sydney, Australia
Owners Age: 27
Owners Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Engine Supplier: Lenard
Drivers name: Zachary Fitzwater
Drivers boost: Qualifying
Drivers Age: 27
Drivers Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Drivers Bio: Multi Champ in V8 Supercars known as a Road Course Ace will participate in the 2019 RROL Season

Considering this series is meant to be more small-time and all the races are on the East Coast of the US, I would prefer that the team was based in at least the continental United States. I hope you aren't upset with me asking for that. I asked the same of UndyingLight for his first entry....

With that said, I don't have a problem with you using this exact entry (as is, based in Australia) as a part-timer/one-off.... the same goes for UndyingLight's entry based in Japan.
cool I'll do part-time
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Post by Woody on Sat Mar 09, 2019 8:34 am

So far I have received 9 of the 28 submitted full-time entries. Several of the entries I have not yet received, I have seen renders but don’t have the schemes myself. And further several entries include plans for how they would get painted.

I do not have the following entries and I don’t know if they have been painted, or who will be painting them.
Woody wrote:#2 Faber - Steven Wallace, Jr. [Gearhen Racing Industries] (UndyingLight)
#57 Faber - Jeff Gearhen [Gearhen Racing Industries] (UndyingLight)

#7 in-house - Nathan Smith [7 Islands Racing Team] (TheRealNathNath)

#8 Saar - Dan Bowsher [Dan Bowsher Racing] (bsoyuz)

#19 Saar - Frank Azzaretto [KAT Motorsports] (racingfreak1999)

#95 Lenard - Nathan Ormond [Dank Memes Racing] (NascarAwesomeSquid24)
UndyingLight’s original entry (the #3) and zfitzwater599’s #59 entry are acceptable part-time entries (and idk who is painting these as well....).

The only additional information I am requesting for part-time entries is which of the races on the schedule they would like to enter (4 races maximum). The schedule can be found in this thread.

I would like to get the season started by the end of March, so I’m setting a deadline of Sunday March 24th for paint schemes. I feel that gives plenty of time.

I am personally willing to help anybody that needs assistance in getting their cars painted, and there a lot of great painters that participate here on the forum. There’s no reason why a request can’t be posted. If you have at least posted a request, I will look out for you and get your entries completed before I start the season.

If I don’t have the paint scheme for a specific entry when I get up on March 25th, for which a request was not posted, nor was an update given for how the scheme will be painted, then I will prepare to move on without that entry and consider them a no-show.
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Post by Woody on Tue Mar 26, 2019 1:16 pm

Rounding up the last few paintschemes now....

For any interested part-time entries, fill out the entry form and send it to me as a PM, along with up to 4 races to enter (the races at New Hampshire in particular are encouraged, as these will be two of the bigger events). I’m not going to wait in limbo for part-time entries that haven’t at least been requested, however; I will definitely be fair to you if I see you are putting effort into getting it done (even if you cannot paint it yourself). If you want to make sure your entry gets in, I strongly suggest posting a request, start painting the car, or asking me to paint it when you send me the PM.

Expect an entry list for Middle Georgia to be posted in the next week. 2019 RROL NOMAD - Page 2 4276145973
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Post by Woody on Mon Apr 01, 2019 11:29 am

Peach County Premiere 100 Middle Georgia Motor Speedway (0.548 mi) 182 LAPS
Entry List:
#2 - Steven Wallace, Jr. (Gearhen Racing Industries)
#4 - Cris Cole (Old Dominion Racing South)
#6CT - Christine DeRosa (Quinnipiac Motorsports)
#7 - Nathan Smith (7 Islands Racing Team)
#8 - Dan Bowsher (Dan Bowsher Racing)
#00 - B. J. Brozembek (SCM Racing)
#07 - Maxwell Tender (Reach Motors with Forkner Performance)
#08 - P. J. Endersen (Reach Motors with Forkner Performance)
#12 - Chip Pasteur (Chrome Horn Racing)
#19 - Frank Azzarretto (KAT Motorsports)
#23CT - Jessica Olenick (Quinnipiac Motorsports)
#24 - Matt A'dore (Chrome Horn Racing)
#25 - A. J. Hayward (Little Mac Racing)
#27 - Mike Falls (Rick Jarrett Racing)
#28 - Caden Peralta (Peralta Motorsports)
#35 - Freddy Klein (Klein Racing, LLC.)
#36 - Tip Dover (Chrome Horn Racing)
#41 - Jonathan Cox (WTF Racing)
#43 - Chad Birch (WilsonTech)
#44 - Jeff Wilkens (WilsonTech)
#52 - Summer Whitten (Little Mac Racing)
#54 - Jerry Richson (Richson Motorsports)
#57 - Jeff Gearhen (Gearhen Racing Industries)
#66 - Jonathan Douglas (David Hetzel Racing Enterprises)
#74 - Nathan Salim (Skeez Antifreeze Racing)
#77 - Josh Miller (Skeez Antifreeze Racing)
#82 - Clay Cooper (CC Racing)
#95 - Nathan Ormond (Dank Memes Racing)


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Post by Woody on Wed May 08, 2019 12:15 pm

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Post by Woody on Sun May 12, 2019 4:16 pm

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Post by Woody on Mon May 13, 2019 1:24 am

Post-Race Comments:
Cris Cole Laments "Neutered" Nomads
Just one race into RROL NOMAD competition and there's already a critic - and the criticism comes from perhaps the most well-known driver in the series. Former RROL Elite Series and TM Lights driver Cris Cole expressed his opinion about the Nomads to reporters after a disappointing result in the season-opener. Cole looked to be the favorite going into the race, qualifying on the pole and showing 3rd-fastest in practice.

He lead the first 4 laps before ending up 21st out of 28 competitors.

"These cars feel neutered, they need more horsepower... The speeds we ran here this week - Master Cup was running those speeds in the early 70s."

"What's separating us from the weekly modified tour here? Literally nothing because the specs are just about identical. If you ask me it makes us look amateurish."
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Post by Woody on Tue May 14, 2019 12:30 pm

Official Results
Point Standings
NOMAD Voyager:
Poorly-timed caution, late-race fuel fiasco mark first-ever NOMAD race written by Scott Bigsby
BYRON, GA. The first-ever RROL NOMAD race was an event full of twists and turns along with several impressive performances; although arguably what will be most remembered about this race is the poorly-timed caution that left all but two cars on the lead lap after 134 of 182 laps, and the late-race fuel fiasco due to gambles taken by several teams during the second pit cycle.

Polesitter and one of the favorites going into the race Cris Cole led the first 4 laps before performing a disappearing act. Cole was anonymous for the remainder of the race, finishing 21st of 28 competitors - 3 laps down. Another experienced driver that fell well short of expectations was Jerry Richson, who started 10th and never appeared to have competitive speed in race trim. Richson would be the first driver to go a lap down, other than Steven Wallace, Jr. who stalled on the apron on lap 3 and had to be towed. Richson would also later on be involved in the two most significant cautions of the race.

Quickly the Reach Motors with Forkner Performance team, cars #07 and #08 - driven by Maxwell Tender and P. J. Endersen, showed a lot of strength. Both charged up to the top-5 during the first run of the race after starting 28th and 24th. Tender and Endersen would each go on to pick up a bonus point for leading during the race. Rick Jarrett Racing driver Mike Falls had an impressive performance and lead the most laps in the race (84).

Chrome Horn Racing's Tip Dover in car #36 was the only retirement from the race after a clutch failure on lap 121. Dover's teammates fared better in the race overall than Dover, who struggled; however, neither Matt A'dore or Chip Pasteur scored any points. A'dore fluctuated just outside of the top-10 for most of day. On the other hand, Chip Pasteur ran in the top-10 for a significant portion of the race but wound up losing fuel pressure at the final restart of the race and a late emergency pitstop resulted in a 26th-place finish for Pasteur.

A. J. Hayward came to life after the first pit cycle and the caution that followed it. He restarted a lap down, 2nd in line behind then race-leader Maxwell Tender. Hayward got the jump on Tender, was back on the lead lap, and during the green flag run, raced all the way around to the end of traffic and worked his way back into the top-10. Hayward and the 25 team decided to stay out as long as possible when the next pit cycle started and it wound up paying off big time. Jerry Richson and Chip Pasteur collided on the back-straight as one attempted to enter the pits and the other attempted to exit the pits. This caution left Hayward in the lead, with only Mike Falls (who had just pit from the lead) on the lead lap with Hayward.

The pit strategy gambles made during the 2nd pit cycle seem odd, but there isn't really another explanation for why the cars would have been running out of gas at the end of the race.... and the bigger head scratcher - why didn't anyone pit during the final caution of the race if those teams and drivers knew they would be close on fuel since they had gambled?

Nathan Salim overcame a lot during this race and probably could have ended up with a top-5 had things gone his way. The Canadian youngster was involved in the race's first caution and then utilized an early pit stop strategy. Unfortunately, Salim passed Chip Pasteur on the inside before crossing the start/finish line while taking the final restart of the race - and had to serve a stop-and-go penalty. Salim was scored in 7th at the time.

Mike Falls, Chip Pasteur, A. J. Hayward, Jonathan Cox, Maxwell Tender, Nathan Smith, Nathan Ormond, Jeff Wilkens, P. J. Endersen, and Steven Wallace, Jr. all had to come in and make late pit stops at the end of the race. Falls, Hayward, Smith, Ormond, Wilkens, and Endersen all pit from top-10 positions.

Frank Azzaretto held on and crossed the start/finish line with his car's dashboard showing no fuel pressure to win the first-ever NOMAD race. It truly is a success story for Azzaretto who had been chasing his first professional win and struggled to find the little sponsorship he has coming into this season.
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Post by Woody on Tue May 14, 2019 4:34 pm

Boyd's Ferry 250 South Boston Speedway (0.400 mi) 250 LAPS
Entry List:
#2 - Steven Wallace, Jr. (Gearhen Racing Industries)
#4 - Cris Cole (Old Dominion Racing South)
#6CT - Christine DeRosa (Quinnipiac Motorsports)
#7 - Nathan Smith (7 Islands Racing Team)
#8 - Dan Bowsher (Dan Bowsher Racing)
#00 - B. J. Brozembek (SCM Racing)
#07 - Maxwell Tender (Reach Motors with Forkner Performance)
#08 - P. J. Endersen (Reach Motors with Forkner Performance)
#12 - Chip Pasteur (Chrome Horn Racing)
#19 - Frank Azzarretto (KAT Motorsports)
#23CT - Jessica Olenick (Quinnipiac Motorsports)
#24 - Matt A'dore (Chrome Horn Racing)
#25 - A. J. Hayward (Little Mac Racing)
#27 - Mike Falls (Rick Jarrett Racing)
#28 - Caden Peralta (Peralta Motorsports)
#35 - Freddy Klein (Klein Racing, LLC.)
#36 - Tip Dover (Chrome Horn Racing)
#41 - Jonathan Cox (WTF Racing)
#43 - Chad Birch (WilsonTech)
#44 - Jeff Wilkens (WilsonTech)
#52 - Summer Whitten (Little Mac Racing)
#54 - Jerry Richson (Richson Motorsports)
#57 - Jeff Gearhen (Gearhen Racing Industries)
#66 - Jonathan Douglas (David Hetzel Racing Enterprises)
#74 - Nathan Salim (Skeez Antifreeze Racing)
#77 - Josh Miller (Skeez Antifreeze Racing)
#82 - Clay Cooper (CC Racing)
#95 - Nathan Ormond (Dank Memes Racing)


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Post by Woody on Wed May 15, 2019 6:16 pm

RROL Competition Director, Founder respond to Cole's Comments
Owen Clarke, the RROL Competition Director who oversees the North-Atlantic Open-Wheel Modified Asphalt Division, was questioned by reporters just prior to the start of the 30-minute open practice session at South Boston Speedway. "Right now our primary goal is the financial health of this division and the organizations competing in it. It is well known the struggles over the past decade to maintain a large-scale asphalt modified tour - and so that is something the members of the Competition Committee agree is an extremely important factor - and we've outlined it as something we're focusing on this year."

"I understand Cris' perspective; however, the season is still young, and I am confident as the season goes on performance in general will improve. The nuances of these Faber Acromions will be better understood and teams will be getting the most out of their engines."

Owen's father Robert, the founder of the RROL, supported his son's response during a phone interview on Scott Bigsby's Nomad Voyager podcast. "Owen handled it well and he makes several good points - things will improve over the course of the season. I spoke to Cris privately and I hope he can be patient, understanding, and perform to the best of his abilities while this division grows."
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