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    FV thunder at the ridge

    A few of us are planning to make the Canadian Vee invasion again next month, any conference Vees coming out to join us ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MawdsFV87 View Post
    A few of us are planning to make the Canadian Vee invasion again next month, any conference Vees coming out to join us ?
    I won't be racing as I'm not licensed this year - but I'll likely come out and work a corner and get some more credits for next year.

    On another note, my Vee is for sale (cheap :-) as I plan to switch classes next year - not sure which yet, but CF and FC are most favored. Maybe FM depending on tire cost as there are more of those now than previously.
    Jim Phoenix
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    "For a little more, you can do it yourself." - Ed Hollingsworth

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    I may make it out. What tires are you all planning to use?
    Andy Halbert FV #69

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Phoenix View Post
    I won't be racing as I'm not licensed this year - but I'll likely come out and work a corner and get some more credits for next year.

    On another note, my Vee is for sale (cheap :-) as I plan to switch classes next year - not sure which yet, but CF and FC are most favored. Maybe FM depending on tire cost as there are more of those now than previously.
    Go for CF. The 50th is at Road America next September. There will be hundreds of CF/FF's. CF is making a comeback.

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    Hi Andy ! That’d be great ! Probably older Hoosiers with quite a few heat cycles ..
    Last edited by MawdsFV87; 13 Aug 2018 at 09:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MawdsFV87 View Post
    Hi Andy ! That’d be great ! Probably older Hoosiers with quite a few heat cycles ..
    Perfect, that's exactly what I have on the car.
    Andy Halbert FV #69

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAndyalbert11 View Post
    Perfect, that's exactly what I have on the car.
    Old is a subjective term ‘round these parts would be great for you to come on out Andy, running with more than 2-3 vees is pretty fun

    FYI there’s 17 registered at Mission this upcoming weekend... 18 if you could make it and 19 if Jimmy showed up!! You know FV is where it’s at, keep the car!
    1989 Lazer MKII Formula Vee #67
    Grandson of Al Ores, Son of Scott Arthur
    Canadian and proud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Phoenix View Post
    I won't be racing as I'm not licensed this year - but I'll likely come out and work a corner and get some more credits for next year.

    On another note, my Vee is for sale (cheap :-) as I plan to switch classes next year - not sure which yet, but CF and FC are most favored. Maybe FM depending on tire jobs cost as there are more of those now than previously.
    Is it still for sale?
    Last edited by Jamestheone85; 18 Nov 2018 at 08:09 AM.

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    Yes, send me a message at jphoenix13@me.com
    Jim Phoenix
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    So, slight thread drift here, my FV no longer for sale as I’ve decided to run it again next year, with new disc brakes that are now allowed by the new SCCA rules.

    There are some really nice FV’s for sale locally, a Protoform P2 is available from Andy Halbert, an excellent buy at $4500 for fast car AND enclosed trailer!

    The Canadians are active (and fast) so if you’re thinking about an inexpensive open wheel class, get an FV and let’s go racing!
    Jim Phoenix
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    "For a little more, you can do it yourself." - Ed Hollingsworth

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