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2009 Racing: What are you looking forward to?

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I'm looking forward to seeing if anyone can knock the Yamaha duo off the top....Bill Ballance will be going for his 10th GNCC XC1 Championship while Traci Cecco will be going for her 8th GNCC Women's Championship...

They've definitely got some hot talent coming up to bump them off the podium...

I'm looking forward to seeing if Dustin Wimmer can continue to hold of the "Old Timers"....Natalie, Byrd, Gust..etc

but most of all....I'm looking forward to MY RACE SEASON...both WNYOA and GNCC....I'll be racing Women's classes in both series...my husband, Nick, will be racing the AA Quad Pro class in WNYOA and the XC2 Pro Am class for GNCC:cute:

(ps. considering possible sponsorships for 2009 still bahhahaha:laugh::biggrin:I even have a resume!)

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im interested on how ole johnny boy is gunna do this year on the can am, since he probbly has it tuned compeletly in by now.

and im looking forward to racing the sorcs series. now that my quad is semi up to par :biggrin:

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I wish they would have a racing circuit in Co. The closest H/S I can find is about 11 hours of drive time each way. I don't even know how far the closest GNCC race is???

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Bot, you can go to

The New GNCC Racing Online

and that will give you a list of the places they'll race in 2009....they haven't posted the schedule yet, they should within the next couple of weeks so keep it handy....

if you go to the gncc page though and go to the 2008 results you can see where they raced this past season...

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