The T.I.S.CO. Racing amateur team will continue to compete in amateur events across the country. The amateur team consists of Reece Dunlap, Drake Dunlap, Dylan Marsh, and Jack Bridges.
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Lots of loose ends started to be tied up during this past week, which resulted in a better than average week. The greatest thing about this week was that it ended with a very important holiday "Mother's Day". The mothers of the world do not get enough credit for the job that they perform and I for one would like to extend a super "Thank You" to all mothers out there. The thing to remember is, Mothers love their children no matter what, even when other people turn their backs. The fact that they are born with this characteristic is what sets them apart.
Last week featured what will most likely be the last cold weather that we will have around here for quite some time. Texas is about the only place where you will have multiple days in the high 80 degree range and "whammy" it hits you with high 30 degree days in a matter of just a few hours. I assume that I have told everyone my thoughts on cold weather, but by the chance I haven't, I will. I feel that Gov. Rick Perry should make it a state law that it is illegal to have to experience any temperatures less than 60 degrees in the confines of the Texas borders.
In the world of TiscoRacing.com, last week started off great, hit a small speed bump mid-week and then finished out with an event that let us do what we love best and that was to have a lot of fun.
After a 20hr drive we made it to Lake Elsinore, California late Thursday night. Fridays practice consisted of a lot of shock, tire, and clutch testing. After Friday we thought the car was dialed, but after qualifying 7th on Saturday we realized we had some more work to do. we then changed our tires, tuned up the clutch, and got our Walker Evans Racing Shocks dialed in.
Jake and I just returned from Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele Utah. We had a great race weekend. Jake finished 1st and I finished 2nd. We arrived at the park early to do some testing and practice, which turned out to be a good thing.
Another week, along with another month, has just passed right on by. I cannot get over how time just seems to fly right on by. When I was younger all I wanted was for things to hurry up and get here, but now that I am a little older I would like for things to move a little slower so everything can be enjoyed to the fullest. When you are young you don't give much thought about only having a limited amount of time to live and learn and always seem to stay in a hurry.
Wow, how about this weather we have been blessed with. Just enough rain to keep the soil moist , but enough that it makes keeping the track in good shape for our relentless riders a challenging situation. You noticed that I called it a situation and not a problem, as we don't have problems at TiscoRacing.com. We have challenging situations, that we find solutions for.
We made it to Lake Havasu Friday morning and got the cars ready for a day of practice. During the practice session, we realized that the track had hardly changed from the previous year. It was still just as rough and rocky as it always was. At the end of the day we had no broken parts which made for an easy evening….