Sorry 'bout that, Derek! The Honda's done (turn me over . . !). Steven is set on getting a new car built in time for Oregon Trail. "Low water bridges" are not my friend!
The TW/100AW roads are awesome! (Did I mention the low water bridges?!) Things are a bit different than running here in the northwest, but we had gotten all that figured out, too.
Congratulations to Brian and Dave for taking home the win! We sure were having fun running with you and Randy!
Thanks to Sweep, Medical Sweep, and Jeep Sweep members who took care of us out there in the Missouri woods. You were all just great. And thanks to all the organizers, volunteers, and communities who put the event together and made it happen. It was a lot of fun up until about instruction 10, Stage 4!
And BIG THANKS, Pete, for building us an amazing rollcage! It saved us from certain greater injury. You'll be getting a call from Steven soon!
I'll be looking for you seeing all you Northwest-types at Doo ****!
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>If I might make a design suggestion, could you make the top
>navigation/banner frame not take up half the screen (240px)
>for those on 800x600 displays? It's very poor design.
You mean of course RallyAmerica site, right?
Maybe a new thread is in order and see what people think.
I think it is incredibly poor layout but I don't know what to call things not being a computer type guy.
We are working on a new design for the web site. Time has been our biggest issue, considering the scoring system has been built from scratch.
Although web design is not his field, Al has done a considerably good job. He would probably consider some help if anyone should volunteer.
We want your input because you are the ones looking at the site.
We only ask that you direct suggestions to our web site so we can archive and view them more easily. Just put it in the feedback section and we can discuss all of your ideas. http://www.Rally-America.com
The thread started out (and is still headed) "Club Rally National Championship Online". I think John is suggesting moving this subject to a separate thread, as some folk would only find this discussion by accident, while others who are interested in the CRNC would find it annoying. Given the wide variety of browsers, versions of browsers, and video configurations there are out there, it is worth discussing.