May 7, 2002
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Copyright 2002, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.<BR><BR>Delays in operation of timing and scoring monitors along pit row and in the press room last weekend at Sears Point were not the fault of AMA Timing and Scoring, AMA Pro Racing's Ron Barrick said on Tuesday, May 7.<BR><BR>In a phone call to roadracingworld.com, Barrick said "It was a house feed problem and it was the same at Fontana. As far as our providing feed, it was there at the start of practice for the track to pick up and distribute wherever they wanted to distribute it, to suites and the press room and so-forth."<BR><BR>Barrick made the comments in reference to two previous posts, which ran May 3 under the following headlines:<BR><BR>05/03/2002 AMA Timing And Scoring Monitors At Sears Point Went Live At 11:40 a.m.<BR><BR>05/03/2002 When Official Practice Started, AMA Timing & Scoring Was Not Running At Sears Point National <BR>