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Hey i just was wondering if you all would or are considering offering any more of the HPV classes that IKF is going to be offering? Like HPV-4 Jr, HPV-3, HPV 4 Sr and Heavy?? Any comments from anyone else?? We would love to run the 4 Jr. there considering we will be racing i think twice there next year with IKF. Would you all consider??


Mon Nov 10, 2008 10:55 am
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Dan I would hold on what is going to be run at the region next year there will be alot of changes coming down the line.


Mon Nov 10, 2008 3:39 pm
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chris latorre wrote:
Dan I would hold on what is going to be run at the region next year there will be alot of changes coming down the line.


Hope they don't change the Jr stuff that would be tragic. :(


Tue Nov 11, 2008 7:33 am
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I’d love to see HPV 4 in 2009; I love to race but can’t afford to convert to TAG


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rhyatt wrote:
I’d love to see HPV 4 in 2009; I love to race but can’t afford to convert to TAG


Well here we go we have some discussion. HPV is a very affordable class, anyway hope you can.... we shall see.


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i might be able to do some hpv4 also if that is provided


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I would like to give HPV a go if I could make weight.


Thu Nov 13, 2008 9:49 pm
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If we add HPV-4 then who do we tell to stay home????Can't add any more class's we already run into overtime as it is and don't take a lunch break in the winter months so we can finish before dark.


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chris latorre wrote:
If we add HPV-4 then who do we tell to stay home????Can't add any more class's we already run into overtime as it is and don't take a lunch break in the winter months so we can finish before dark.


Tilt ooopss sorry for the discussion hey dillon i will email you and let you know where you can do that.


Fri Nov 14, 2008 10:24 am
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chris latorre wrote:
If we add HPV-4 then who do we tell to stay home????Can't add any more class's we already run into overtime as it is and don't take a lunch break in the winter months so we can finish before dark.


Just so all the HPV racers know, we are no way "Against" any HPV 3, 4 classes. But in the '05 - 06 seasons when the classes WERE offered, hardly anyone showed up on a regular basis. Last season HPV 4 had only 2-4 racers who showed up regulary. How does a club continue to offer that class when the current classes are getting 10 - 20 participants each month. Would make it really tough to tell the class of 15 they are being replaced by a group of 4. Perhaps some of you Sr. HPV 4 drivers could look at the Tag or Rotax classes. Yeah the cost is more at the front end. But I know first hand you get more bang for the buck in the long run. The competition isn't half bad either. Just my 2 cents. 8)


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Sorry, I meant the '07 season. We had a TOTAL of 36 entries for the ENTIRE season...10 races = 3.6 drivers per race. OUCH !
(The '06 season was actually pretty good) :shock:


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we change as the times change.


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Cool thanks a bunch for the input and for listening. Good luck and look forward to next year.


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