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Old 11-11-2008, 08:06 PM
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Guys, what do you think about using the photos for a Calendar and perhaps even an event poster?

Any interest? With cars like these, I think a photo montage poster of them would be outstanding.

Put the sponsors names on it along with the forums who sent help.
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I have photos.. could easily pull 12 PT type cars for it. Or a poster.. Hot Rod gets first dibs but I have HUNDREDS of photos (some of them are even good).
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Old 11-11-2008, 08:34 PM
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Guys, what do you think about using the photos for a Calendar and perhaps even an event poster?

Any interest? With cars like these, I think a photo montage poster of them would be outstanding.

Put the sponsors names on it along with the forums who sent help.
David

I think that is a great idea - both the calendar and the poster.
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Old 11-11-2008, 09:00 PM
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I think that is a great idea - both the calendar and the poster.
Calendar is easy.. just need 13 killer shots... for the poster we need someone good enough to do the layout.

I have the event logo file already and there will be several hundred shots left over after Hot Rod and CP take their share.
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Just want to point out that second place overal was the other Lateral-G car, the 69 Vette owned by Scott Mercer and built by Campbell Auto Restoration with Mark Frazier driving.

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Old 11-11-2008, 09:19 PM
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Yes, he was DQ'd for no brake lights and for having shaved tires. Even so, it wasn't running right and I heard his times were in the low 2.xx range. He didn't try the autocross.

The ZR1 went off track a couple of times.. the driver wasn't as good as the car.
Yeah, the car sounded wicked, but way out of tune. Cool car. I knew it wasn't competing just was curious as to his times.

The ZR1 looked like it had been 4 wheeling, LOL.
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Just want to point out that second place overal was the other Lateral-G car, the 69 Vette from Campbell Auto Restoration with Mark Frazier driving.

Kevin
What's interesting is that it didn't place in either the autocross or the big-track sections.

BUT... it was very very consitently good in both.

Congrats man.. it's a "one/two" victory for team Lateral-g
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There was a video company filming the event, they got lots of shots of the cars both on and off the track!

I'm going to see if we can do some kind of poll here and at Pro-Touring.com and come up with a potential order number. Once they see how many they might sell, they can figure out the price. They would sell them to participants for $150. each but if we can generate some volume, the price would come down. I doubt it will go to $20.00 but hopefully less than $50. We'd have to see.

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There was a video company filming the event, they got lots of shots of the cars both on and off the track!

I'm going to see if we can do some kind of poll here and at Pro-Touring.com and come up with a potential order number. Once they see how many they might sell, they can figure out the price. They would sell them to participants for $150. each but if we can generate some volume, the price would come down. I doubt it will go to $20.00 but hopefully less than $50. We'd have to see.

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$150 seemed crazy.. but I would certainly be willing to spend $50.. maybe even a bit more if it was done well.
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$150 seemed crazy.. but I would certainly be willing to spend $50.. maybe even a bit more if it was done well.
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