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EVents/2006 05 12

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High Voltage Nationals

  • SEVA_Maillist:2006./4./41 BOY - Is it TRUE you guys are all going WAY OUT to Ill.
    • Schedule and Registration
  • EAA-PHEV_Maillist:2006./3./30
    • By the way, to all you folks on the west coast, please consider attending the 5th EVer in Joliet, IL (outside of Chicago) in May 12th-14th this year. PHEVs will be the dominant topic in our seminar. The saturday EVent is the AFV race day at the Route 66 Raceway, a premier racetrack here in the midwest. It promises to be a fun-filled weekend! *

Shawn M. Waggoner writes [1] Hi Everyone, Just got back this evening from Joliet and wanted to post some pictures and a video of this past weekend's event so everyone could share in the fun we had.

We got rained out, the racing was canceled and it was really friggin' cold! However, none of these things could stop everyone there from having a blast!!! Nothings gonna rain on our parade -- pretty much the overall attitude from everyone who attended.

While the track may have closed, the parking lot at the local Pep Boys was open and was glad to have us hang out for the afternoon (and now seriously needs a new black top to cover up the yards and yards of rubber we laid...)

The highlight of all this fun was getting to meet everyone from around the country (and of course watching Joule Injected and White Zombie go at it back to back in a burnout competition and parking lot race!)

I will follow this post up with a better write-up, once rested, but in the meantime - enjoy!