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Old 10-31-2008, 12:04 PM   #1
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This weekend at Carolina Motorsports Park is a Porsche Club of America Roadrace.

There will be 100 or so Porsche Racecars from around the country coming in to race in three sprint races and a 90-min Enduro. I will be driving in a Porsche Boxster in the GT4-S Class in the sprint races and GT5-S in the enduro.

If you are interested in coming out, and interested in perhaps helping out by crewing on the Boxster, make a post and I can send you the info needed.

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I just did a Carrera GT as well, but I didn't make it big enough and it hasn't turned out as well.. grr..

since this weekend is Halloween, the Porsche Club is doing a paddock trick-or-treat and also sad we should try to decorate if we wanted.. so my co-driver is bringing candy, and I told him I would do a couple of jack-o-lanterns.

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I think Koto's still got them beat.
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I think Koto's still got them beat.

The emblem's not too bad, he didn't get a very great transfer and needs to dig out some areas more to get the light through. Also, always cut out the bottom instead of the top, it's better in every way.
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That is awesome.
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I always like to poke around the bottom of the pumkin as well.

I actually tried to carve one last year. We did the clasical witch. It was pretty cool. But as with my Forums story, no pics.

I'll try to do it from the bottom next year. that does make sence.
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Not the best picture in the world, but this is what I carved for my last pumpkin:

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