Though we still enjoy warm temperatures at and around our Tampa, Florida, and Los Angeles, California, offices, many parts of the country start feeling the effects of fall.
Labor Day weekend is supposed to be the unofficial end of summer. The leaves are starting to change, and temperatures are about to fall like a Kobe Bryant turnaround jumper.
Usually, the NMRA's stop in Columbus, Ohio, Labor Day weekend brings with it falling records. However, this year warm temps kept that from happening.
Columbus was all about heating up the points races or prepping for next season. Many racers not within striking distance were busy getting a head start for 2010. Many figured why wait and chance any lack of testing during the off-season. Better to know now, and the NMRA know their plans, as well.
For their sake, we hope they left a little on the table or they might've accelerated a mid-season rules revision. We know some eyebrows are raised.
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