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    1. #1
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      RTOS (Run to the Ole South) Registration is OPEN!

      Hey guys-
      I just wanted to let you know that RTOS Registration is now open: http://americanstreetcarseries.com/?page_id=886. We will be camping out under the stars for this one at Carolina Motorsport Park! You won't even have to drive to the track; you'll wake up there! Camping space is available for Friday and Saturday night; prices are as follows: 20 amp or less: $10/night, 30 amp: $25/night. Showers and restrooms are available. On Friday, starting around 5pm, we will be Go-Karting... karting is limited to the first 30 people who sign up!! On Saturday, we will have our 'At the Track' which will include autocross, speed/stop, track time, and one dinner. Saturday night's dinner will be a Low Country Boil; please feel free to invite friends and family to participate! If you have any questions, please email me: [email protected]. THANKS!




    2. #2
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      I'm signed up !!
      Jeff Tate
      U.S.A.
      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

    3. #3
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      Jun 2011
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      St. George, Utah
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      I found the date, looks like I'll miss this one by only a couple of weeks, but plan to be there next year. Have a blast everyone!
      -Ben, Your friendly neighborhood Rendering dude

      SRD on Facebook

      79 Cutlass wagon build


    4. #4
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      Jul 2006
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      Signed up! Now I have to get busy working on the car!
      Michael Tucker
      Project "Trouble" 1969 Camaro DSE subframe, quadrilink, 13" wilwood brakes, Rated X Rushforths, LS2/T56
      1968 Camaro

    5. #5
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      geez! i'm gonna be broke! it seems like i just paid for RTTS!

      drive it like you stole it!
      1971 duster "deb"
      2016 GMC duramax tow rig
      1975 AMC matador coupe-long term project

    6. #6
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      I hope it doesn't fill up before payday...I will be I-L-L!
      GeoffP
      68 Camaro - LS1/T-56

    7. #7
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      for those that will be spectating, I assume the only fees will be for camping and low-country chow, correct?

    8. #8
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      Signed up !!! Now I've got to get a trans in mine !!!!

    9. #9
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      signed up!!!...got get busy putting my motor back together!!..just hope dont go broke with all upgrades and doing GG Nashville event too....
      1971 Chevrolet Camaro RS-Detroit Speed Equipped
      1966 Chevrolet C-10-Driver/Project truck

    10. #10
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      I think the camping is gonna be cool ..
      Jeff Tate
      U.S.A.
      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

    11. #11
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      Registered, I'm in !
      David

      Current rides:
      1970 Firebird FORMULA 400
      1964 Pontiac Tempest
      1986 Mustang LX 5.0 coupe

    12. #12
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      Apple Pie !!!
      Jeff Tate
      U.S.A.
      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

    13. #13
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      I'm in!!!!
      Bobby Jones
      68 Z/28
      72 Camaro RS SS PT
      73 Camaro RS project

    14. #14
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      paid up!!

      drive it like you stole it!
      1971 duster "deb"
      2016 GMC duramax tow rig
      1975 AMC matador coupe-long term project

    15. #15
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      yes, spectators are free. If you want to camp or attend the dinner, you'll still need to register, so that we can reserve your spot and have enough dinner for everyone!

      Quote Originally Posted by SparkyRnD View Post
      for those that will be spectating, I assume the only fees will be for camping and low-country chow, correct?

    16. #16
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      ill be there, but unfortulately only as a spectator. had some financial trouble hit us in the midst of a job change, so im not spending ANY extra money we dont have to. sucks too, as CMP is my home track.

      michael
      Michael Crawford

      1970 plymouth Duster back under construction:
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      1987 GMC S15 https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ct-drivabeater

    17. #17
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      What's the registered users vs. available spots count so far? I've managed to sell a computer that'll cover my registration costs as long as I can get paid for it before the event fills up!
      GeoffP
      68 Camaro - LS1/T-56

    18. #18
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      that is correct!
      Quote Originally Posted by SparkyRnD View Post
      for those that will be spectating, I assume the only fees will be for camping and low-country chow, correct?

    19. #19
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      Registered and Paid! I'll be onsite all weekend with my car and camper in tow!
      GeoffP
      68 Camaro - LS1/T-56

    20. #20
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      I'm tentin' it ..
      Jeff Tate
      U.S.A.
      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

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