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    Please Blog!

    1. What's a Blog?  - For starters...200, 300, 400, or more words about any subject one can relate to racing.

    2. How Do I Post A Blog? - Go to your profile page. Your profile has a second tab bar just under your header image.  Click on the "Blog" tab on your profile tab bar (not the Blog tab at the top of the page) and then click the + sign just under that tab bar on the right side. Add a Title, Category, and start writing....or pasting if you have your content already in a word doc.

    Let Us Know if your have any problems or need some help. Use the Forum  for, that please.

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    Friday December 2 2016, 11:04 AM welcome
    Thank you for installing Jamroom! Jamroom is an easy to use, and easy to customize CMS that centers around User Profiles . With excellent media support, thousands of sites have been using Jamroom to power their social media needs for over 10...
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    Wednesday November 23 2016, 7:54 PM
    Some may have heard this year's California Hot Rod Reunion wasn't the same or as good as in the past. That's true. Here's my take on what went wrong with the annual 'Cacklefest' as observed from 1000 feet. More Old B.S. Later Badco...
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    Wednesday August 17 2016, 6:17 PM
    Robert Franklin Bobby Glass, 82, of Spotsylvania County, originally of the Hoadly area of Woodbridge, passed away Monday, Aug. 15, 2016, at Mary Washington Hospital. Mr. Glass had retired from Baird Concrete and then became a farmer. He was a...
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    Monday August 8 2016, 10:59 AM
    The racing community has lost another great talent at such a early age. Brian Clausen has passed away from injuries he sustained in a crash over the weekend. Brian was a very talented wingedsprint car driver and had competed in the truck race at...
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    Looking for some actual photo's of tiny lund 1959 shook's transfer #88 chevrolet. Thanks, Randy
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    I amseeking information about, or pictures of, Russell Roland Wiese, a stock car driver who raced for Bang's Bee Line in Spencer, Iowa in at least, but not later than, October 1954. Mr. Wiese was living in Spencer at the time of his unfortunate...
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    Friday July 22 2016, 10:30 PM
    Both Ed Jr and Jean Lynch were mainstays in the racing world. To wit, Sprint car racing, where Ed Lynch Jr, pulled near 220 wins. Mostly at Lernerville and PPMS in Pittsburg. I worked with Jean Lynch for over 25 years and have become a...
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    Wednesday June 29 2016, 7:30 PM
    Some various thoughts on the world of auto racing. My latest Speedway Report column. http://speedwayreport.com/nobody-asked-me-but/
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    Thursday May 12 2016, 5:30 AM
    We lost another great one. He was sick for a couple months. He will be missed. He was always there to lend a hand or if you were from out of town he would open his shop for you. RIP my friend.
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    Saturday April 2 2016, 12:00 PM
    Im going to paint a picture here for you, lets say Tim Leeming (The Legend ) has signed all the correct papers this year at Daytona and is gearing up for a run at the Daytona 500 and the points Championship. He has a few others that are...
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    Friday March 18 2016, 2:30 PM
    I ran across the following ads for the Cleveland County Speedway in Shelby, NC from 1957. At first I thought they were posted in the paper by fans commenting on events that took place at the speedway but the more I found it seemed clear they...
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    Richard Petty takes out several rows of 4th turn and straightaway catch fence with the rear end of his car courtesy of a tap from Bobby Allison, slid back off guardrail still in front of Allison and won the race. I was a kid in 4th row grandstand...
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