HDRA and ADRA Partner for Night Race at Primm

F.A.S.T.clothing

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V6 and v8. Or do it by like under 200, under 400 and over 400 lol. Anything works just do nightime contest. Im so ready to huck it. We hit it at RAS as fast as truck would go. Now we can go at least 6 mph faster so def can go longer and will take all our spare stuff off for jump
 

AZBadseed

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Someone get Roger on the phone...that night time jump idea is AWESOME! Duel at the Dyke! (HAHA)
 

F.A.S.T.clothing

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Someone get Roger on the phone...that night time jump idea is AWESOME! Duel at the Dyke! (HAHA)
Ill contact him tomo. Phone
Is a put to die out herd in dez.
 

desertlady

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Roger, Robert, and the Race Operations team are currently focused on bringing you an awesome Fireworks 500. I have started a list of your suggestions to provide them as soon as they can focus on the Dusk-Till-Dawn race. Keep your ideas coming! We love to hear your suggestions.
 

AZBadseed

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I am convinced that "desertlady" doesn't sleep! You guys are awesome out there! Go get some sleep! haha
 

J Prich

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Oh man, i didnt think about that. LOL... OOPS.:eek:
LOL helo shots in the dark aren't quite as cool! In cars probably aren't as sexy either. Even so, maybe the night race isn't really primed for tv coverage but at least they are pulling off a race somewhere versus scrapping a date altogether. Bummed about Parhump, would have been really cool.

So to clarify the schedule, this will just replace the October date making the next race after this the final race of the HDRA season in November at Laughlin right?
 

l.e. shank

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So to clarify the schedule, this will just replace the October date making the next race after this the final race of the HDRA season in November at Laughlin right?
HDRA is planning two races after the Eldorado 500 to complete the 2012 season. The "Dusk-to-Dawn race at Primm in August and the season-ending ""Rockin'-on-the-River" Laughlin race in November.
 

B-Dub 1020

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Heck you find an old huey helo and I have a friend that flew them in Nam and we are good to go. We dont need any stinkin permits and we will just hang one of the crazy arse photo guys out the side. Primm long course is great as long as you dont let graders out there lol
 

Robert HDRA

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What if there was a spot light on the helicopter?.....hmmm
Prior to release of the info, all aspects and issues of this being the first night raced filmed for Network TV were addressed and they were not that bad:
1. Pilot has to have night flying certification - check, got that.
2. Pilot has to fly and GPS all locations and altitude of the existing power poles and mountains prior to the race - check, in process
3. Pilot has to get bad a$$ lights hooked up to the bottom of the Helo - check, working on it
4. Pilot has to maintain all filming from the rear of the vehicles - no brainer
5. AND ONE HELL OF A CAMERAMAN WITH NO FEAR - GOT THAT

Besides that it is no big deal, LOL, see ya either in Reno or at Primm
 

dan200

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Prior to release of the info, all aspects and issues of this being the first night raced filmed for Network TV were addressed and they were not that bad:
1. Pilot has to have night flying certification - check, got that.
2. Pilot has to fly and GPS all locations and altitude of the existing power poles and mountains prior to the race - check, in process
3. Pilot has to get bad a$$ lights hooked up to the bottom of the Helo - check, working on it
4. Pilot has to maintain all filming from the rear of the vehicles - no brainer
5. AND ONE HELL OF A CAMERAMAN WITH NO FEAR - GOT THAT

Besides that it is no big deal, LOL, see ya either in Reno or at Primm
You forgot one...

6. Pilot needs to be able to drop shrimp cocktails when flying over retrieval guys posted up on the course. Especially ones in dark blue broncos. ;)
 

Moneypit

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Prior to release of the info, all aspects and issues of this being the first night raced filmed for Network TV were addressed and they were not that bad:
1. Pilot has to have night flying certification - check, got that.
2. Pilot has to fly and GPS all locations and altitude of the existing power poles and mountains prior to the race - check, in process
3. Pilot has to get bad a$$ lights hooked up to the bottom of the Helo - check, working on it
4. Pilot has to maintain all filming from the rear of the vehicles - no brainer
5. AND ONE HELL OF A CAMERAMAN WITH NO FEAR - GOT THAT

Besides that it is no big deal, LOL, see ya either in Reno or at Primm

Wow awesome!
 
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