Concerning the tattoo... I think you need to be bathing more often than
every other leap year...
Alexander Joseph H wrote:
> I heard you were actually really fast at Road America from the onset,
> but kept stopping to get a Johnsonville Brat.
> It was either that or you kept getting lost and had to stop for
> Although, I think I have a picture somewhere of a Brat being thrown
> the fence to you.
> BTW, my Team Thicko Tattoo just wore off last Saturday night. Have you
> got anymore?
> > ----------
> > From: Wm. Severin Thompson[SMTP:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 1997 5:53 PM
> > To: Wrtr@aol.com
> > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; vintage-race@Autox.Team.Net
> > Subject: Re: Bugeye Sprites w/ 1275cc at SVRA
> > To all,
> > When I first ran my time capsule Stage V Sprite in vintage racing 5
> > years ago, it ran exactly as run in 1961.
> > Many races I couldn't keep up on the pace lap. Sad to hit the start
> > line
> > at Road America while the leaders are already in turn 5....
> > That car ran 3:42s there. My current 948 MKII Sprite which has been
> > consistantly the most legal car in the organizations I race with
> > including VSCDA, SVRA, and CHR, runs 3:02. It's legal, but they
> > look or run like that in '62.
> > WST
> > Team Thicko
> > WST
> > Wrtr@aol.com wrote:
> > > Hi Mike;
> > >
> > > <Snip> Off and on I have been doing this for 16 years and,
> > > after a time in the beginning trying too hard to modify my cars to
> > > make them
> > > go fast, I have learned to do a bunch of research, find out what
> > > car
> > > would have been like in the years it was built, and prepare it
> > > way. It
> > > means drum brakes and skinny street tires and lever shocks and it
> > > means I run
> > > around the track in the back half of the grid, frustrated
> > at
> > > the
> > > guys who park in the corners after rocketing by me on the
> > > But at
> > > the end of the day, I've always had fun and that's really why we
> > > this.
> > >
> > > Kevin Clemens
> > > 1952 MG TD
> > > 1927 Chrysler Model 70 (A new project for VSCDA Group One!!!)