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 2018 AERS Race 14 - Pikes Peak (Coors 200)

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PostSubject: 2018 AERS Race 14 - Pikes Peak (Coors 200)   Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:04 pm



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PostSubject: Re: 2018 AERS Race 14 - Pikes Peak (Coors 200)   Fri Jul 06, 2018 8:02 pm

Richson has cracked ribs and broken fingers on his left hand, but plans continues to keep on racing, not taking a week off. Concerned for Cortez. Jefferson, back in the top 10 after his first good run in a long time and Knee displeased with being called to the Hauler

Jerry Richson, was desperate in for a good race and he was in a race of desperation but not for the race he wanted to be in. Richson was involved in a very serious accident with Steven Cortez in which saw Richson hit the wall hard but sent Cortez go for a wild series of flips and come to rest barely on Richson's car. Richson, got out of his car, wincing in pain, looking into Cortez's car and waved over for medical crew for Cortez and himself as he sat down next to his car after the accident. Richson was checked and cleared from the medical center but with splints on 3 of his fingers and he was still holding his chest.

"I got some cracked ribs and broke some fingers, got to see if the officials will clear me or not to race. I really don't want to take a week off, would knock us out of being locked in but right now my main concern is Cortez, he took a wild ride and I saw it all. He didnt reply when I called for him so he wasn't responsive as of now. Just sucks again...I can't say anymore."

Jack Jefferson, who had a lot of bad luck recently, finally gets another top 10 and launches himself back against the mountain in the top 10 in points.

"Feels good to get that monkey off our back. Good run for us today, we managed to keep our nose mostly clean and got 6th. We gained the most spots in the race so really proud of the team and effort today."

Greg Knee, who didn't have an ideal day, caused some accidents and was collected in a few and he was called to the Hauler but wasn't happy about it.

"Really? I get called to the Hauler for accidents? I see these more as a racing deal rather then me being homicidal but to hell with it."
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PostSubject: Re: 2018 AERS Race 14 - Pikes Peak (Coors 200)   Sun Jul 08, 2018 12:46 pm


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