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9/26/22, 9:57 PM   #1
Wayne Co - Sept. 27 - High Limit Racing - $32K win $1K Start
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Wayne County Speedway
Orrville, Ohio

Track Website - http://www.waynecountyspeedway.com/
Track Facebok - https://www.facebook.com/waynecountyspeedway
Series Website - https://www.highlimitracing.com/
Series Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HighLimitRacing
Series Twitter - https://twitter.com/highlimitracing

Tuesday, September 27th, 2022
"Buckeye Brawl"

High Limit Racing 410 Wing Sprints - $32,000 to win & $1,000 to start. 35 Laps.

Sugarcreek Cartage Co. has put a $3,000 bounty on anyone who can win and beat Kyle Larson

MORE INFO:
Mufflers are required.
Weight rule- 1425 w/driver.
Teams are welcome to bring their merchandise trailer.

Tire Rule


Times
Pit Gate - 2:00pm
Grandstands - 4:00pm
Drivers Autograph Session - 4:00pm-5:00pm (Drivers Signing at merch Trailers)
Drivers Meeting - 5:30pm
Engines Fired - 6:00pm
Hot Laps - 6:15pm
Opening Ceremonies - 7:00pm

Prices
Pit Pass - $45.00
General Admission - $40.00
Kids 6-12 -$20.00
Kids 5 & Under - FREE

Format
Sprint Car Heats - 8 Laps
Sprint Car C-Main - 10 Laps
Sprint Car Dash 6 Laps
Sprint Car B-Main 12 Laps
Sprint Car A-Main - 35 Laps


RACE CAN BE SEEN LIVE ONLY ON FLO RACING.



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9/27/22, 4:03 PM   #2
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9/27/22, 4:44 PM   #3
Re: Wayne Co - Sept. 27 - High Limit Racing - $32K win $1K S
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The outlaw drivers need pseudonyms All I got to say about that.
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9/27/22, 4:59 PM   #4
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WoO drivers need a good lawyer to challenge their "right to work". Be interesting to see if they could negotiate a change in the WoO system. I'm no legal expert, but the future will be interesting.

A right-to-work law is legislation that restricts the ability of employers to impose their own rules on their workers. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that employers cannot compel employees to join a union. As a result, employees can choose whether or not to become members. Once members have joined a union, they can choose to resign.
 
9/27/22, 5:12 PM   #5
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WoO drivers need a good lawyer to challenge their "right to work". Be interesting to see if they could negotiate a change in the WoO system. I'm no legal expert, but the future will be interesting.

A right-to-work law is legislation that restricts the ability of employers to impose their own rules on their workers. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that employers cannot compel employees to join a union. As a result, employees can choose whether or not to become members. Once members have joined a union, they can choose to resign.
Good luck, why don't you take the case and see how far you get? The WoO is not an employer by the way, and the drivers and teams are independent contractors. It's no different across any sanctioning body.

There is no "forced union". WRG has agreements/contracts with certain drivers who committed full-time to the series. They didn't have to. There is no requirement to sign the contract to race with the Outlaws, though I'm sure there is a financial reward for doing so. That's not much different than any other contract any other athlete might sign. NFL contracts could certainly bar a football player from playing in a rival league.

These drivers had a choice-sign the contract or don't. Once you sign a contract, the expectation is that you live up to the deal.
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9/27/22, 6:11 PM   #6
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9/27/22, 9:09 PM   #7
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Why is the WOO LM allowed to race at other events? Thats what Larson was ******** about because the LM can race wherever with whoever.
 
9/27/22, 10:19 PM   #8
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Weíve probably been over this before but I believe this will be resolved in a reasonable manner. I would say at this point the Outlaws stand to loose their about to become 4 time champion and perhaps their most exciting driver in Sheldon. Those are 2 pretty big holes to fill. I donít see it hurting their brand with 12 non conflictive races a year
 
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9/28/22, 9:50 AM   #9
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The WoO teams make more money in point, bonus and tow money than most teams do in purse money. As was stated above, you donít have to sign this agreement to race a WoO race, but if the series and indirectly the race promoters are paying for exclusivity, then thatís what is expected.

I hope there is some middle ground as High Limit is paying some good money and the WoO donít want to lose good cars. Maybe they could do a limited number of exemptions per year to allow the teams to race the $50k to win shows and a few others.
 
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9/28/22, 10:06 AM   #10
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We've been down this road before. The WoO does not care about losing star drivers. New stars will be made and this High Limit Racing will die.
 
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