Laughlin Schedule?

btshannon

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Can any one tell me what order the classes are set to race this weekend? I'm thinking about driving down Sunday morning to specticate, or is that make a spectacle? I'd also like to know what beer will be available for mass consumption. Thanks for any info.

My own taste for the hops is very powerful, and I had no intention of spending a beerless weekend...
 

Jeepspeedster

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This is from SCORE:

Listed below are the number of laps for each class:
4 LAPS – Trophy Truck,1,1/2-1600,5,5-1600,7, Protruck, 8 9,10 and SL
3 LAPS –3,7s,SM & SF and Sportsman Buggy
2 LAPS-11

GROUP # CLASSES & STARTING ORDER STAGING START TIME LIMIT

#1 5,5-1600, ½-1600 & 9 6:00 am 6:30am 85 minutes
Spts. Buggy 6:00 am 6:30am 80 minutes
Class 11 6:00 am 6:30am 65 minutes

#2 3,7,7s,SM & SF 7:35 am 8:05am 85 minutes

#3 10 9:10 am 9:40am 80 minutes
#4 TrophyTruck 10:40 am 11:10am 70 minutes

#5 1 12:00 pm 12:30pm 75 minutes

#6 Protruck 1:25pm 1:55pm 85 minutes
Class 8 1:25pm 1:55pm 85 minutes

#7 SCORE Lites 3:00pm 3:30pm 85 minutes


Race a limited class, life is too short, make it last<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by Jeepspeedster on 01/13/03 10:18 AM (server time).</FONT></P>
 

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With a $16,000 purse, the Laughlin Leap will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 16, while the $10,000 Pit Crew Showdown is set for 4 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 17. Both events will be held at the Laughlin Events Park in the shadow of the nine Laughlin resort hotel/casinos.


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elcaprerunner

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Why don't they have the leap and pit crew compitition on Friday night? It really seems like there would be more people there to watch it especially cause for most people it's hard to get one day off before a weekend, and trying to get two is even worse. Is it because the race will be two days after so they have a day in between so if they break something on the leap they have time to fix it before the race? Or are you allowed to work on the truck between the leap/contingency and the race?

I would really like to see the leap compitition just once, but no matter really, I go because it is a desert race, not to see desert trucks hit man made jumps. It would be fun to see though.

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