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    Default Paint drying

    It's 10pm and on my TV is literally street stock qualifying at Cherokee before WoO redraw and their calling up 604 crate late heats. Y'all breg places like this up too. Track looks nice but absolutely absurd the time management

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim11h View Post
    It's 10pm and on my TV is literally street stock qualifying at Cherokee before WoO redraw and their calling up 604 crate late heats. Y'all breg places like this up too. Track looks nice but absolutely absurd the time management
    Dont watch it then. Go do something else then come back and check in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HIGH ROLLER View Post
    Dont watch it then. Go do something else then come back and check in.
    Some folks expect productivity because they are productive... You on the other hand are like a crack whore, always JUMPING around looking for quick satisfaction and completely unproductive in this world.
    It is what it is, until it ain't... 😎"

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    Who doesn't like super sportsman qualifying at 11pm on a National racing tour race night?? At least the Woo feature is 1st

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    Wait until they do Thunder bomber qualifying before the WoO feature.

    If your doing a two day show with a National tour the first day. Stick to basic under card show. 2 classes hotlaps, heat races and features. Keep the side show for the next day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedforLMspeed View Post
    Wait until they do Thunder bomber qualifying before the WoO feature.

    If your doing a two day show with a National tour the first day. Stick to basic under card show. 2 classes hotlaps, heat races and features. Keep the side show for the next day.
    And then the run what ya brung enduro race !

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    I like how they did Thunder bomber hot laps then like 3 hrs later they qualify. Then 2 hrs later they run a 6 lap heat race. All that time and they only run like 12 laps total. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BloomerWon View Post
    Some folks expect productivity because they are productive... You on the other hand are like a crack whore, always JUMPING around looking for quick satisfaction and completely unproductive in this world.
    Thanks always great to see your proud of your offspring dad

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    I wouldn’t go to this eventually. When specials are in town, one support class period.

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    Cherokee does need to speed things up. Yes yes.

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    These promoters just don't get it they I've got a local track that runs between 8 to 10 classes every week I see people all the time just get up an leave because they got young kids or just tired but all the tracks I use to go to they ran late are all out of business.

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    Run the beginner classes at 4pm. Run the big series races starting at 7 ish.

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    Yea after the track is all used up, great idea.

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    This is the reason I no longer go to Cherokee, and for that matter, a lot of tracks around NC and SC. One of my favorite NC tracks feels the need to run at least 7 classes, and up to nine, on one night, and I simply won't stay for that. I have seen no pictures from last night, but I feel sure the stands were full, so that just tells the promoter to keep doing what you are doing.

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    I've been to a few tracks that run their special and 1 or 2 supports classes first and when those classes finish their entire program, then they run several more support classes. Seems like a simple solution, but I don't see many promoters do that.

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    Yes, Cherokee gets so crowded that nobody goes there anymore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtcrazy4u View Post
    Yea after the track is all used up, great idea.
    Couldn't be any worse than the last 15-20 laps last night.
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    Seems like running 54 different types of classes during a national touring event is a southern thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nc mudcat View Post
    This is the reason I no longer go to Cherokee, and for that matter, a lot of tracks around NC and SC. One of my favorite NC tracks feels the need to run at least 7 classes, and up to nine, on one night, and I simply won't stay for that. I have seen no pictures from last night, but I feel sure the stands were full, so that just tells the promoter to keep doing what you are doing.
    Agree 100%-would that NC track have 3 numbers in it???

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    I can't even fathom 6 support classes. I'm skipping Fall Nats @Lincoln because of 4 support classes in 48 degree temps.
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