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Originally posted on 12-17-02

jeff burmeister
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149 posts 10-28-02, 07:54 AM (PST)

1. "RE: Doug Havir, I'm going to go out on a limb here"
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Don and Others!
Would it be better for everyone if SpecialStage.com did a story on the Group that Doug is leading up?
 

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Sorry Don

Those damn day jobs that we all have are getting in the way...

Perhaps I could sway you into a position as a staff interviewer... I can think of at least one outstanding project that you seem interested in... :)

We are trying our best. But the offer is serious to anyone out there that might be interested in doing some reporting. Please contact our editor, Ben Bradley.

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>Perhaps I could sway you into a position as a staff
>interviewer... I can think of at least one outstanding
>project that you seem interested in... :)
>
Sorry, I've never been very good at that and I'll readily admit it. Now if you want help with a mainframe computer ;) or an engine rebuild.

But this post was 2 fold. 1, we were sort of promised an interview. And 2, Rally America has been kind of laying low (I know it's early in the season yet) and I am really suprised that no one else is curious to know more about Doug and them. Thanks.
 

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>>
>>Perhaps I could sway you into a position as a staff
>>interviewer... I can think of at least one outstanding
>>project that you seem interested in... :)
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>Sorry, I've never been very good at that and I'll readily
>admit it. Now if you want help with a mainframe computer ;)
>or an engine rebuild.
>
>But this post was 2 fold. 1, we were sort of promised an
>interview. And 2, Rally America has been kind of laying low
>(I know it's early in the season yet) and I am really
>suprised that no one else is curious to know more about Doug
>and them. Thanks.

I know what you are saying, but it does seem we have a good idea of what they are doing/have done at Sno*Drift and 100AW.

They have helped with scoring, and giving people not at the events pretty good information on what is happening.

Seems like 100% positive thing for the sport of Performance Rally in the USA to me. There website also has a bit of information about them also.
 
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