Getting raedy for round two of the FASTRUCK NEXT GENERATION May 9th!!!!!

[SIZE=“4”]Danny has confirmed with Robert that May 9th at Show Time Speedway for round two of the FASTRUCK Series. With the amount of interest that has taken off with the rebirth of FASTRUCK the NEXT GENERATION look forward the truck fever catching on. Stay tune for more press leases, Sponsor announcements and updates. The other tread will have the results and story for this weekend at Citrus. Again THANKS for coming to the KARNAC site to follow us.[/SIZE]

I’m raedy!

Mee two! lol

If your coming to round two call me…

[B][I][SIZE=“4”]We want get things started EARLY!!! If your coming to Show Time on May 9 we want to let the Fans see who’s coming. I want to start a list of those coming.

Also let me know if your wanting to be part of the Pre Race Promo Live Displays. Get out help the Track attract Fans to the stands to watch you do your thing!!! Remember your Sponsors get added gang for their “BUC” on the side of your truck when your at the Meet and Greets. Or you may get an added one (it happens a lot Sponsors LOVE to see their NAME out and about). There will be an announcement of where, when, about the give-a-ways and who’s coming. Lets show the Tracks the added Value of our Gorilla Marketing program. The NEXT GENERATION will grow bigger and better than the Original Series. Come be a part of the FUTURE!!![/SIZE][/I][/B]
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Looking at Round 2 of the NEXT GENERATION.

[B][I][SIZE=“4”]Looking forward to Round 2. The FASTRUCK’s return to one of the toughest bull rings in the South goes back to 1997. Going and watching the races the Track Trac that Robert put down will give a side by side racing with the second grove. The Truck Teams are looking forward to the Challenge. So lets start the list of those who say they are coming:
YG are the Young Guns Challenge
Billy Billy Coulbert
Danny Anderson
Michael Goddard YGC
Becca Monopoli
Chase Lovelady YGC
Cole Partelo YGC
Stuart VanDevender
Taylor Hosford YGC
Jeff Firestine
Sam Scott YGC
JR Garcia
Jeff Guilbault
Cody McDuffie YGC
James Delita YGC

We will add Teams as we confirm. The Trucks race within a race looks to be a good one with the YGC verses the Veterans. Vet’s won first round, but Michael Goddard set FAST TIME at round one ,but finished second. Lets see which will take round two. Please call 813-817-RACE(7223) if you planning to be in the Show!!! [/SIZE][/I][/B]

Need help with some Drivers numbers.

[B][I][SIZE=“4”]If you know or have these Drivers contact information please call me at 813-817-7223 or have them call me. Thanks!!!

Vance Hall

Sam Scott
Jay Zolicaik
Richard Griffis
Kenny Futch
Jeremy Daring
Donatello Speed
Jason Miller
Broson Lawson
Bobby Mobley

new added names:
Kyle Schram (he lives in Jupiter Fla.)
Or anyone that is racing at Show Time may 9th. Again THANKS!!![/SIZE][/I][/B]

Thanks to those phone calls.

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Jason Miller and Jeremy Daring don’t have a truck together anymore.

Thanks Crystal…

I would like to give a Congrat’s to those Pro Trucks racing at Three Palms!!!

[B][I][SIZE=“4”]This was set to me and I would like to say Congrat’s to all the Pro Trucks that Raced at Three Palms.

  1. Steven King
  2. Cory Bigley
    3.Cody Martell
    4.Derek Pugh
  3. Taylor Moxley
  4. Rich Cordis
  5. Bill VanDevender
  6. Richard Griffs
  7. James Dellas III
    10.Stuart VanDevender
  8. Spencer Taylor
  9. Dylan Bigley
  10. Mark Petty
  11. Robert St. John
  12. Sean LeMaster
    Great job and I LOVED owning CCMP (now is Three Palms) knowing it is a FUN Track. Hope to see some or all at the next FASTRUCK Race at Show Time on May 9th. Everyone is welcomed and let’s go RACING!!! Just though getting your name out for Fans to follow your racing. Call if you haven’t Promoting the Drivers is a BIG part of the Sponsor Chase!!! Good luck and hope to see or hear from you soon![/SIZE][/I][/B]
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As the list GROWS!!!

[B][I][SIZE=“4”]The Team keep calling in. Here’s the updated list of those who say they are coming to Show Time.
Billy Billy Coulbert
Danny Anderson
Michael Goddard YGC
Becca Monopoli
Chase Lovelady YGC
Cole Partelo YGC
Stuart VanDevender
Taylor Hosford YGC
Jeff Firestine
Sam Scott YGC
JR Garcia
Cody McDuffie YGC
James Delita YGC

Add these Drivers to the list:
Cody Martell YGC
Rodney Haddock
Blake Haddock YGC
Ed Haddock
Derek Pugh YGC
Jeff Guilbault is trying
Jason Kuykendall is trying
Steve Daravalics is trying
Brent Tyler is trying Should make it
David Paterson
Byron Lynch
Robert Starder Jr.
Steven King YGC

And still calling Teams.Thanks!!![/SIZE][/I][/B]
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Like to add ,

[SIZE=“4”]Like to add Steven King the #16K and the Winner of the Three Palms Pro Truck race last weekend.[/SIZE]
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Another name from the past of FASTRUCK racin!!!

[SIZE=“4”]It’s always great to add a name to the mix. BUT, when it’s an old Friend and FERCE COMPRETOR it’s even better. Mason Love in my option is one “BEST” Short Track Racers in the State. I am PROUD to add is name to the already great list of Drivers. Get ready Fans Round Two (DING,DING, DING!!!) is going the be GREAT!!! If you own a truck and it’s not ready or your on the fence come watch and see what the NEXT GENERATION has to offer you. New information on the rules to be announced on Saturday!!![/SIZE]
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On Wednesay Night Live Display at Quaker Steak on Lub.

[SIZE=“4”]Well the promotion machine is CRANKING UP!!! Gary LaPlant owns two FASTRUCK’s and has offered one to me to help promote the NEXT GENERATION. He also said it’s time the Tracks started working together. He told to call the other Tracks and get permission to put their Speedways name on his Truck. Man that the first olive branch I have seen in many years. Imagine if we could get only the Tracks that FASTRUCK will race at to plan together to help fill each others seats. Who WINs EVERYONE. So checkout the FASTRUCK LIVE display Wednesday night at Quaker Steak and Lub in Pinellas Park just south out Show Time on 49th St (they have some of the BEST food an drinks in the State). Let me know if you want to display and get YOUR sponsor a GREAT night of EXPOSURE!!! This BIKE NIGHT and they are always packed with people. Hopefully we can get the word out and create interest in coming to Show Time Saturday. Again THANKS to Gary LaPlant for the use and the olive branch!!![/SIZE]
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Thanks Tony for having Richard call me…

[B][I][SIZE=“4”]Take Richard Griffis off the list. Tony had him call me. He’s not going to be able to make Show Time this weekend (a wedding). But will be at the next one.

Still need these Drivers number. Please call me or have them to call me 813-817-7223.

Vance Hall
Jay Zolicaik
Richard Griffis
Kenny Futch
Jeremy Daring
Donatello Speed
Jason Miller
Broson Lawson
We will be at Quaker Steak & Lube tonight talking to the Bikers to come see side by side RACING!!! Hope to see some of you out there.[/SIZE][/I][/B]

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I like the fude at Quaker Steak on Lub…:ernaehrung004:

This is scary if you claim to be an edjumacator…God help us.

Fyi

There has and continues to be much conversation regarding the Southern Pro Am Truck Series and the old FASTRUCK/Joey Coulter Truck Series, or now called FASTRUCK Next Generation (as listed in their online posts).

Recent statements have been made by members and followers of the old pro truck series/now FASTRUCK Next Generation (for short FTNG). Statements that include: the Southern Pro Am Truck Series has cancelled scheduled race events, or the two pro truck series are joining, or that certain individuals of the old pro truck series/JCTS/FTNG now own the Southern Pro Am Truck Series, or that FASTRUCK has a $300,000 sponsor?

A handful of drivers and followers of the old pro truck Series/FTNG have decided to hold a meeting today to discuss the start-up and future direction of pro trucks. Three individuals of the old pro truck series/FTNG had called to invite the CEO and participating members of Driver Seat Racing and the Southern Pro Am Truck Series to their meeting. The phone calls did not have an invite tone, rather it was a call to communicate their own agenda and to persuade the Southern Pro Am Truck Series to merge with old pro truck series/FTNG. The Southern Pro Am Truck Series has declined the invitation to attend this meeting due to old pro truck series/FTNG?s misrepresentation, slander, and libel posts directed at the Southern Pro Am Truck Series.

One of the main reasons why the Southern Pro Am Truck Series was formed was to right the wrong on how the old truck series operated and conducted their tech inspections. Other reasons why the Southern Pro Am Truck Series was formed was its mission to bring new drivers to pro truck racing, start building new pro trucks, equalize and lower the investment needed to race a pro truck, and align its rules with other pro truck series in the southern and eastern part of the country. For these reasons, there is a high percentage of pro truck drivers that have embraced this, but unfortunately the race tracks have been caught in the middle. Some track owners are frustrated by the two series and have made a decision to only run their own pro truck races.
To increase the number of pro trucks in Florida, every driver (rookie or veteran) needs to feel confident that they will have a fair opportunity to be competitive. Will pro truck drivers have this confidence at their local track(s) which may allow different tech inspectors to inconsistently tech the consistent top three to five leaders? Will these drivers and tracks be content to have a lower truck count?

The old pro truck series/FTNG is looking to gain sponsors and promises race tracks to put more people in their seats. The Southern Pro Am Truck Series is not responsible for putting more people in the race track?s seats. The responsibility of the Southern Pro Am Truck Series is to network with pro truck drivers, improve the driver?s overall experience, bring in a large truck count which in turn brings in more people through the track?s pit gates, inform pro truck teams to purchase food, tires and fuel from the track, and to provide a great show?, and when this happens everyone wins.

Currently the Southern Pro Am Truck Series takes 95% of what sponsors and tracks are paying and applies those funds directly into the payout. The other 5% is used to support social media, websites, advertising, paying race day tech inspectors (to do the job right), and administrative support. As sponsorship dollars and pro truck counts increase, so will the payouts and the advertising/exposure of the pro truck Series? races.

As the FASTRUCK Next Generation states, their Series decisions will be made by their drivers. Was this statement made due to negative feedback of the individuals involved with getting the old pro truck series/FASTRUCK Next Generation back on their feet? The Southern Pro Am Truck Series tried this committee concept and quickly learned that this type of organization was unproductive as each driver had their own agenda, own opinions, blatantly showed lack of respect for other drivers?this fostered more of a divide than unified. The Southern Pro Am Truck Series has and continues to accept suggestions from pro truck advocates, drivers and teams that have ideas on how to improve pro truck racing in Florida. These ideas and suggestions are discussed among Southern Pro Am Truck Series? consulting firm, administrators and the Series? well respected tech inspector.

The Southern Pro Am Truck Series would like to reply to the old pro truck/FASTRUCK Next Generation administrator?s numerous postings regarding the Southern Pro Am Truck Series. It is a true fact that in the 2013 start-up of the Southern Pro Am Truck Series, the Series initially reached out to numerous pro truck drivers, owners, and advocates. Mr. Bobby Diehl was one of the many advocates that were contacted. The Series contacted Mr. Diehl to learn what lead to the demise of FASTRUCK, and to find out whether or not Mr. Diehl would be a good resource for the Southern Pro Am Truck Series. Mr. Diehl was willing to speak with the Southern Pro Am Truck Series, shared his story, informed the Series that he had no intentions of getting back into promoting a racing series due to personal reasons, and he accepted the Series? invitation to attended as a consultant at the first and only Southern Pro Am Truck Series? committee meeting.

Upon first contact with Mr. Diehl, the Series was optimistic about the information he willingly shared and with the amount of names/businesses he associates himself with. Unfortunately after Mr. Diehl?s unwarranted and erroneous posts, an unconfirmed deal he made with a contingency sponsor and the negative feedback received from race tracks unwilling to work with anyone associated with Mr. Diehl, the Southern Pro Am Truck Series quickly made the decision to discontinue the relationship. Recently, Mr. Diehl contacted the Southern Pro Am Truck Series to inform the Series that the promoter of the Joey Coulter Series stepped down and suggested that the Southern Pro Am Truck Series take advantage of this transition.

In 2013, the Southern Pro Am Truck Series agreed to meet with the promoter of the old Joey Coulter Truck Series; this meeting was requested by a local Florida race track owner with the hope that the two Series would agree to merge. This meeting was unproductive as the promoter was unwilling to merge with the Southern Pro Am Truck Series, belittled the Series? mission/vision and communicated that the Southern Pro Am Truck Series would fail.

For various reasons, the Southern Pro Am Truck Series understands that having two pro truck series is not in the best interest of the local race tracks. Due to the past history of the old pro truck series and promoters, the Southern Pro Am Truck Series believes that it is in the best interest for pro truck drivers to have two Series; it makes all involved work harder to provide their members with a better experience.

When the Southern Pro Am Truck Series was invited to attend the old pro truck series/FASTRUCK New Generation meeting to discuss the future of Florida pro trucks, one analogy came to mind: Why jump on a sinking ship lead by a captain who you know was responsible for another sinking ship.

Pro truck drivers will race with a Series that offers a fair and competitive atmosphere or provides the largest payout. Currently the Southern Pro Am Truck Series is self-sponsored, meaning that the owners, administrators, members and tracks support the Series? payouts.

As the Southern Pro Am Truck Series works hard contacting potential and relevant sponsors, we are quick to learn that verbal commitments mean nothing until there is a signed contract. If you are a pro truck driver and you hear or read an announcement that a Series has signed with a large title sponsor, has a new contingency sponsor, or worked a great deal with a fuel or tire company, etc?as a participating member of that Series, you have every right to request a copy of the signed contract that validates the announcement.

The Southern Pro Am Truck Series is making every effort to do things the right way, which in turn will protect the Series and most importantly those pro truck drivers that want to see the number of pro truck drivers grow within Florida.

I never thought the committee concept works or at least the perception of one…It seems there is much hype been going on here, but is it real?

BTW, I have no dog in this fight, I have just been to this movie before. I am the objective observer!

Also, “don’t pay attention to that man behind the curtains!”

Big blue letters!!!

Written Communications 1101…

Well…in the pre-race, posting category for spelling, punctuation, grammar and all other things at the elementary education level…

SPATS is already whooping FASTRUCK “The Second Coming”'s ass.

Sponsors may love attention but my guess is they would probably like it even better if their names were spelled right. And a press release may be a great piece of information for the casual and/or hard core fan…but if it’s illegible and misleading…what good does it do?

Macking misteaks iss 1 thing butt to drawn evin moor attenshun to them bye
[SIZE=“7”]POSTING IN BIG BLUE FREAKING TYPE JUST EXACERBATES THE PROBLEM!![/SIZE]

Ozmoezis Choans

Btw

[SIZE=“7”][SIZE=“4”]HEY YOU TRUCKERS!![/SIZE][/SIZE]

We’re starting a new Truck Series to be run once a year on Mother’s Day.

Our name will be the “Full Throttle Mother Truckers Racing Series presented by Cremation Services Bed and Breakfast of Titusville”

Associate sponsors will include “Binner’s Male Escort Service” and “Mrs. O’Leary’s Senior Diaper Wash and Fold Service”

Please…pass this along to any Mother Trucker you think might be just trucked up enough to race with us. We GAURANTEE a trucking good time will be had by any and all truckers who want to truck around with us.

Truck Off!

Abbie Noormel
Race Director
Series President