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I'll get the points updated this weekend when I get back home
That was a learning experience to say the least. For all the other first time race hosts, maybe a 64 car field is not the race to start with. Even with hosting being twice as much work than I thought it would of taken I still had a blast racing all the cars and also feels good that we got to contribute to Mustang Summer. The hardest part Is editing the race footage for sure. Next time I have to find a better way to organise my cloud of race footage, they all look like the same video in my cloud. Finding the correct video ended up being the most annoying part. But at the end of the day I’m happy with the end product, but will have nightmares thinking about what 3D has to go threw to produce his films.
Just joined redlinederbyracing and love these races! I have a question that I am sure has been asked before and answered but I see that the finish line the Red_Pill racing track is not even, or at least it looks that way to me. One timer mark looks an inch longer than the other which to me would make a big difference but I am sure there is an explanation and is made equal some way. Thanks
RLD’s Mustang Summer rolls into Southern Utah. In this first round action cars have to win two in a row in alternating lanes to advance to the next round. I split up the first round into two videos, odd numbered cars and even numbered cars.
Round 2 action!
This wraps up Mustang Summer from D64 in Southern Utah. Action from the Sweet 16 thru the championship race. Enjoy!
Mustang's have arrived back in Houston ready to take on the 'Htown 1/8th Mile Hustle'.
Good luck racers. Glad to have everyone at the Bayou City Diecast Raceplex again. -MDG
I'll get the points updated before Friday...two races left.