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    Chris Kenner - PS681
    I personally want to say a big thank you to Patrick & Dian Breazeale, owners of the K66 Blown Brothers K - Boat. Words can’t express my sincere thanks and appreciation for the great opportunity you continue to give me. The amount of money and hard work it takes to put a competitive & quality race boat on the water is huge & you guys do it absolutely second to none. Having someone as knowledgeable, meticulous, resourceful & helpful as Bob Goettel on our team is just totally amazing. Bob, thank you for all of your time & efforts you put in behind the scenes to get the boat to Long Beach & for taking the time to be at the race track for the weekend to insure everything is where it needs to be on the boat. We greatly appreciate it!!
    Thank you to our great sponsors & supporters that allow us to go racing:
    Precision Graphics - www.azprecisiongraphics.com
    Apex Refrigeration & Boiler Company - www.apexrefrig.com
    Goettel Racing - www.goettelracing.com
    General Metals - www.generalmetals.com
    SRP Race Products - www.securityrace.com
    Revenge Boats ¬Ė ¬ďThe Time Has Come Again for Revenge¬Ē
    KenaPak Flexible Packaging
    Huge Thank you to our great crew:
    Dian Breazeale
    Andrea Beaumont
    Scott & Fay Davidson
    Jeff
    Nathan Barry (Little Culprit)
    My sincere thanks must also go out to Jennifer & Mike Lee for offering me their PS89 ¬Ė Flat Crazy Pro Stock boat to drive at Long Beach. We had a tough weekend, but in the end we came out with a pretty damn good result all things considered. To the PS89 crew: Ray, Rick and all the other guys, I greatly appreciate all of your hard work over the weekend. I had a bunch of fun driving the #89 boat. Thanks very much guys. Mike, hope your finger is doing OK!! :jawdrop: OUCH!!!
    To Ross Wallach & his entire SCSC team. You guys put on an awesome event at Long Beach this year yet again. Without you Ross, all of the Officials, Team Rescue, the great volunteers etc¬Ö that you have, events like this are not possible for us racers to attend. Thank you ALL very much.
    Congratulations & thank you to all of the other racers in all classes on a great weekend of racing.
    Most importantly, here’s wishing John Willoughby of SS44 a very healthy & speedy recovery. We’re thinking of you mate & can’t wait to see you at the races in the very near future!!!!!
    CK

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    Noce post Chris... It is nice to see the people that do the work and spend the money get some recognition... I'm sure they will appreciate it, like they apprecitae your efforts too...
    Steve

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    Moneypitt
    Chris, thank you for a splendid job driving the Flat Crazy entry, Considering you had never even sat it this boat until Friday night, you did a fantastic job. Sorry for the motor glitches on Saturday, but as you know, shit happens. Sundays results made it all worthwhile. Seeing Mike Lee on the ramp watching his boat run for the first time was a treat as well. I have to thank my guys, (crew), Jim, Gary (e ticket), Cliff, the BHC resident addition Rick, as well as help and advise from the man, Art Anderson.....Bakersfield is a remote "maybe" at this time as the heads are now truly dead......Oh, and a big thanks to Gordy and the Rankin team once again, without the slings to weigh the boat we would've been DQ'd out of the National Final............Ray

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    GofastRacer
    as well as help and advise from the man, Art Anderson.....Bakersfield is a remote "maybe" at this time as the heads are now truly dead....
    Thank you and you're welcome Ray, as I said before I can yank mine off if you want to make Ming, all you need to do is put your springs on!..

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    Moneypitt
    Thank you and you're welcome Ray, as I said before I can yank mine off if you want to make Ming, all you need to do is put your springs on!..
    Thanks for the offer Art, I'm kinda looking around for castings, but it will be hard to replace those old, (late 80s) AFRs..........

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    GofastRacer
    Thanks for the offer Art, I'm kinda looking around for castings, but it will be hard to replace those old, (late 80s) AFRs..........
    Anytime, just let me know!...

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