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http://energiczniej.pl/robots.txt Myers Motorsports Welcomes Lee Grimes of KONI-NA to the Driver’s Seat

http://mhs.se/produkt/kavajn†l-med-40-mm-n†l/ Centerburg, OH - Looking to build on a podium finish in the Sunday afternoon race at this event last year,  Myers Motorsports is again taking its ’91 CRX Si to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to compete in the I.T.SPEC-tacular in the Improved Touring A class.  This event is being hosted by the Cincinnati Region of the SCCA and is also a primary stop of the CoolShirt Systems IT National Tour.  Long time friend and coleague of the team Lee Grimes will be handling the driving duties this year.  Lee has been involved in motorsports for 20+ years, racing in several classes including IT and Production, and now also hosts Track Days with his One Hundred Speed track day group.  Getting Lee back behind the wheel of an IT car is great to see, and we are very honored that Lee chose Myers Motorsports to help.

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Near Record Temperatures Make for HOT on-track Action!

Lexington, OH – The Myers Motorsports crew made the trip toThe Mid Ohio Sports Car Course for the 2nd time in the 2012 racing season, this time with 2011 PTE and TTE National Champion Brian Makse behind the wheel of the #133 CRX Si.  This would be Brian’s first time on track with NASA in 2012, and despite the near record high temperatures, he picked up right where he left off in 2011 on Saturday in grabbing the pole and taking the win in the PTE class, charging out to over a 10-second lead and cruising to the win.  In TTE, Makse was able to go out and thow down a fast lap early in the day and sit on his time, and as the track went cold at the end of Saturday’s competition he would walk away with the win in TTE as well.

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