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Rumble at Russellville, 10/29-10/31

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bryan lively

09-11-2020 14:13:20

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With the cancellation of the Mason, Michigan and Wauseon, Ohio NATPA events this fall, I have put together an event for the weekend of October 29th-31st.
This one-time event, the "Rumble at Russellville" is two days of NATPA points competition and the evenings will be bracket pulling qualifying and elimination rounds. I will post more information as I get it sorted out, this has been in the works only since the Summer pull at Sigourney. My goal in the end is to have a good venue for folks to pull at when others unfortunately have been able to do so. Stay tuned.

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09-14-2020 21:31:20

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 Re: Rumble at Russellville, 10/29-10/31 in reply to bryan lively, 09-11-2020 14:13:20  
I guess I can bring my D17 Diesel and pull it in the bracket 5150 pull. But I just read 5+ rules and it says no Diesels. I pulled at zRusselville this spring nice facility. Guess natpa is scared of White Pines winner last year a 460 Diesel. There is at least 6 Diesels pulling down here, maybe more. Have to bring the 435 to have something to do during the day 2T. It's a diesel too.

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Bryan Lively

09-15-2020 04:07:24

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 Re: Rumble at Russellville, 10/29-10/31 in reply to VicS, 09-14-2020 21:31:20  
Vic it isnt a matter of being afraid of diesels it was an exhaust/smoke issues in some of the barns NATPA runs in.

Be glad to see you come on down!

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09-15-2020 07:05:42

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 Re: Rumble at Russellville, 10/29-10/31 in reply to Bryan Lively, 09-15-2020 04:07:24  

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09-11-2020 17:17:36

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 Re: Rumble at Russellville, 10/29-10/31 in reply to bryan lively, 09-11-2020 14:13:20  
NATPA hooks $35? What if any is the payback on those hooks?

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Bryan Lively

09-14-2020 13:20:38

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 Re: Rumble at Russellville, 10/29-10/31 in reply to MSD, 09-11-2020 17:17:36  
$35 on-site, 30 pre-paid/pre-registered. I think this is a concept long overdue. Doing it like this to encourage taking care of logistics before the pull, I don't know of anyone who likes to wait in line anyway. Our covid-19 mandates from the state require events to limit face-to-face transactions as much as possible. There are online and mail-in registration options also.

Deciding on payback for NATPA. The Full Cut and Bracket classes, qualification and elimination rounds, are paying back 60%, Top 16 in qualifying get paid, top 32 in eliminations get paid.

Come on down Mel, its a heck of a track, bring your nose weight!

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09-14-2020 14:49:39

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 Re: Rumble at Russellville, 10/29-10/31 in reply to Bryan Lively, 09-14-2020 13:20:38  
Got the rooms already booked. Looks like a nice facility to pull in. Thanks for getting it put together for us pullers. Mel

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