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  1. #31
    Join Date
    May 2011
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    Gatineau, Quebec Canada
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    Hi

    As age is no barrier I wish to give this a try. Looking at some of the aged competition I may find some success. I am at that age where each lap feels like a new experience. P3000 Alfa Romeo Tipo looks like fun

    Michael
    Age 69
    Might Is Right. Speed Rules

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    Welcome to the Senile Set, Michael, don't forget , drive a P3000 car to be eligible for Senior points.

  3. #33
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    Jan 2008
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    San Francisco Bay Area
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    Sign me up. The 917 didn't like me. The little Ferrari is a kick.
    blue skies, jerry

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    Pass carefully - Driver chews tobacco

  4. #34
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    Dec 2006
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    Steamboat Springs, CO
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    Haha told you that 917 was a handful Pops....you might also try the 908 3000cc car

    Ch
    CMS #52

    sent from knee deep in snow
    Chris Hamilton - Hamilton Motorsports Inc.

    headed back out - trailing white smoke. I was hoping it was contrails and I was going faster...


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    Many of our MNRL Veteran drivers know and remember Bill Kaiser who has not raced
    with us for quite a while.
    I heard from Bill recently and, with his permission, am reprinting his email to me,
    here it is:




    Hi Norm,

    I'm still around but I am still traveling the world. After I last wrote you we spent almost two months in Europe (mainly France but two weeks in Lisbon). We then headed back to the States to see my daughter and her husband in NYC.

    The big news is she is pregnant with her first and this will be our first grandchild as well. So we decided to go back to Australia and return to the U.S. at the end of April.

    At that time we may rent an apartment in NYC for 3 - 4 months. Not entirely comfortable with this east coast thing - -ha ha ha. But if that happens I will bring my computer and wheel to the east coast and start racing again. Maybe make out your way in Pennsylvania after things settle down.

    Anyway, that is the Kaiser update.Cheers mate!


    Bill


    PS: I have pictures of various trips on Instagram under @wpkaiser

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    Feb 2017
    Location
    Rockford, Illinois USA
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    Ed Jones - 61

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    Chuck Napoli Guest

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    Update: now am a 59 year old senior driver

  8. #38
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Location
    Danville, California; Near San Francisco
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    Tony Boynton 75

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    Mar 2009
    Location
    Surrey, BC Canada
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    Unfortunately for me you'll need to update my age to 63 and I'll be racing this season for sure
    Last edited by DaveS; 01-02-2018 at 11:40 PM.
    Dave Slee (DaveS) #38


  10. #40
    Join Date
    Nov 2014
    Location
    Fort Myers FL USA
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    Just passed the 65 hurdle last week, so add me to this distinguished list please!
    Mark Ruggiero
    DiamondDog/Red Dwarf Racing

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