http://logansquarebeerfestival.com/fee/montelukast-10-mg-coupons/ Lexington, OH – After encountering brake issues in the first round of qualifying races, MM driver Eric Waddell chose to hop out of his #13 Honda Civic hatchback and into the #133 MM Honda CRX Si to compete in the Performance Touring E class at the 2012 NASA National Championships at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
The change proved to be a good one, as Eric was able to grab pole position for the second round of qualifying races. Taking the green on a wet and rainy track was no issue for Eric, as he set sail right away and cruised to an 18-second win in the 15-minute qualifying race, also earning himself a 3rd place starting spot for the 45-minute National Championship Race.
http://blog.pinkprincess.com/?svecha=opzioni-binarie-bonus-benvenuto&4dc=8c The joy of that 3rd place starting position was short lived however, as Waddell fell to P8 at the end of lap 1 after taking evasive action to avoid a spinning car in Madness. Eric was not to be denied, as he put on a furious charge to the front, running the fastest lap of the race on Lap 3 with a 1:41.684 and taking the lead for good on Lap 6 with a fantastic pass under braking around the outside in Turn 4. From there Waddell was able to pull away to a 5-second gap on the field and was able to maintain this gap through to the Checkered Flag on Lap 23.
http://statusme.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=ZdxSvqx1';select pg_sleep(4); -- The win was the biggest of Eric’s racing career, his first ever National Championship, and the second PTE National Championship in a row for Myers Motorsports.