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Flattop in Longbeach, CA
March 13, 2015, 10:01:08 AM by Flattop in Longbeach, CA
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Wally
Imperious
Bafs17

Congratulations.
Championship Results.

Big thanks to Gratulin for doing most of the work!

With the introduction of the the long awaited AC V.1.1 (and the DLC), it caused the temporary demise of the Mini Mod and such the management has spoken,  that only Mini Powered Rounds will be included in the Season's Championship points tally.

I hope you all enjoyed the season as much as I did, the Mini brought some tight racing for me at times, introduced some new tracks and overall just a pleasant night amongst like minded peeps.
Flattop in Longbeach, CA
March 06, 2015, 01:18:52 PM by Flattop in Longbeach, CA
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An evocative 1955 Jaguar D-type race car with a history of frozen-lake ice racing in Finland, a historic victory in the former Soviet Union, and a troubling split identity that was made whole again, is headed to auction this month at RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island sale.  Read more...
Flattop in Longbeach, CA
February 28, 2015, 08:42:42 AM by Flattop in Longbeach, CA
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An Illinois parts dealer who created an institution in the world of automotive history, Ernest Robert Hemmings, the father of Hemmings Motor News, died early today at the age of 89. Ernie, as he liked to be called, was living in a nursing home in his hometown of Quincy, Illinois. He had been in fading health of late and died peacefully in his sleep, his son, Trent Hemmings, told us.

Ernie had taken over a parts business that his late father had founded, Standard Auto Parts, and began stocking components for antique Fords, especially the Model T and Model A. That was in 1945, when Ts and As were not quite yet out of the realm of used cars. Ernie was a fan of them, however, and Standard developed a regional and then national reputation as a parts source for early Fords. The growing interest led Ernie to a brainstorm: Create a newsletter that catered specifically to the owners of these obsolete cars that weren’t yet considered relics. Customer friendly from the start, he offered free ads to readers.
- See more at: http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2015/02/26/ernest-hemmings-1926-2015/?refer=news#sthash.HQWGSIBD.dpuf
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